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These boats are offered for sale by OGA members. The OGA takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the descriptions and the seller should be contacted directly.

Displaying 1 - 12 boats of 51 total matching current filters.
Built: Bromley
29.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Maldon, Essex

Rugged go-anywhere shallow draft East Coast cruising boat, 'Masquerade' is a Bruce Roberts ‘Spray 28’ gaff cutter built on a GRP hull from Humber Boat Builders Ltd., 1997. Large galley & nav area. Three full length berths in two cabins. Hull underwater epoxied from new.

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Built: St Columb,
23.83 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Kircudbright

Florence emerged after a two year complete refit inside and out as 'Daisy'. Like a Phoenix from the flames, she is now totally waterproofed, looks beautiful and sails like a dream.

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Built: Burlesdon
19.00 ft Gaff Sloop
Lying: Rougham, Bury St Edmunds

'Punka' is one of the last Bursledon built Memorys, a lovely boat with many extras. She's great for overnight trips and set up for simple single-handed sailing. With two berths below, she is the cabin version with an extensive inventory included in the sale.

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Built: Ponsharden
Bermudan Cutter
Lying: Cowes

A beautiful cutter, 'Calypso' was winner of the Bermudan section of OGA Solent 50th celebrations in 2013. Built Falmouth in he 1930s, she is offered for sale with a £2,000 discount.

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Built: Waterside
26.40 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Portugal

Reduced price on this tough small GRP cruiser, designed by John Leather and inspired by Colin Archer, 'Sula' has sailed to Norway and to Morocco.

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Built: Baltic Wharf
30.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Walton-on-the-Naze

'Katie is a 30' (LOD) gaff-rigged cutter, built 1990, with hull and deck in GRP. The plug was an original Victorian Gentleman's Cutter, 'Fortuna' (circa 1880).

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Built: Guernsey
40.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Grimsby

Classic ‘one-off’ gaff cutter with remarkable history. Built 1897 by James McKane, Guernsey, as a monumental stone carrier, converted by Camper & Nicholson to a ‘gentleman’s yacht’, 1926.

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Built: Mylor Bridge
28.58 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Poole

A Heard 28 Falmouth Workboat hull, built by Gaffers and Luggers in 1991, and fitted out by Traditional Yacht Services in 1992 on the Isle of Wight. One previous owner, sleeps five. Sale includes extensive list of Raymarine instruments chartplotter/radar. VHF Navtex and more.

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45.00 ft Gaff Yawl
Lying: Woodbridge

'Dusmarie' is an oyster smack, built in Brightlingsea 1884 by Aldous & Sons. She was originally called 'Daisy'. Bought by Douglas and Mary Dixon from Zebedee Milgate in 1932, she was converted to a sailing cruiser, 1933, and re-named 'Dusmarie'.

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Built: Wargrave

Komodo class sailing skiff conceived, designed and built to sail and row the Thames from source to tideway. Length 5m/16’ Beam 1.3m/51” Draft 0.2m/8” Construction cedar strip planking plus glass fabric and epoxy coating. Built in buoyancy lockers bow and stern.

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Built: Walsall
18.00 ft Gunter Yawl
Lying: Basingstoke

'Egret' is a Higlander 18 design by Selway Fisher Design, built in 2000 for her builders, who for personal reasons were then unable to sail her.

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Built: Malpas
16.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: South Brittany

Oysterman 16 gaff cutter built  Bar Creek Yacht Station, 1979. Two berth cabin version, spirit stove, portapotti loo, Lombardini 8/10 hp diesel inboard engine (rebuilt 2014), full suit of sails including jack yard topsail. All in good order and fully equipped for cruising inc. Zodiac inflatable.

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