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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. Members should log into the website and edit the 'For Sale' section for their boat or contact the Editor, log [at] oga [dot] org [dot] uk for guidance. Boats listed here may also be advertised in the OGA Members' Newsletter, Gaffers Log.

Displaying 13 - 24 boats of 51 total matching current filters.
Built: River Camel
24.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Felisxstowe Ferry

A Cornish Crabber Mk1 CC3, built 1975, 'Hannah of Rock' is the last of only four wooden crabbers ever built. She was used as the mould template for subsequent fibreglass hulls.

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25.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Rochford, Essex

'Alice' is a 25' Itchen Ferry (32' with bowsprit extended), built in 1980. Combining the grace and power of traditional gaff rig with the convenience of a GRP hull, she is a safe and sturdy sea-boat with a deep cockpit and well-maintained Yanmar 2QM15 inboard engine.

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Built: Pin Mill
35.50 ft Gaff Ketch
Lying: Lochaline, Argyll

Centreboard gaff ketch 35’ 6” x 10’ 4”, draft 4’0” – 6’0”. Designed by Fred Shepherd MINA, built by H.King and Sons, Pin Mill in 1936. Registered at Lloyds no. 165040. All my family have learnt to sail in this lovely, cosy, classic yacht over the past 40 years.

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Built: Belfast
26.50 ft Gaff Yawl

After a full restoration by professional shipwright John Krejsa "Mist" now seeks a new owner. This is a rare oportunity to own and sail a fabulous classic gaff yawl yacht.

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Built: Isle of Man
38.50 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Southampton

‘Harbinger’ is looking for a new custodian.  She is a gaff cutter yacht (originally a Manx Nobby fishing boat) now kept in Southampton, 38’6" LOD, 50’ LOA, 11'6” beam with a max draft 5'6”.  The deck and interior date from a major refit in the late 1970s to mid 1980s.  Deck recaulked and new rudd

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30.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Bradwell on Sea

Built 1930 by David Hillyard in Littlehampton, 'Iskra' is a powerful sailboat capable of good passages and extended cruises. 30ft LOD, 10ft beam, 4’6” draft.

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Built: River Bure
Lying: Bawdsey Ferry, Suffolk

Three years ago Robert Simper (one of the founder members of the OGA) persuaded me to take on, as a retirement job, the restoration of 'Boy Frank' a 1957 Yarmouth shrimper. 

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Built: Rock
24.50 ft Gaff Yawl
Lying: Emsworth

Only 45 Cornish Yawls were built between 1988 and 1994 as successors to the Cornish Crabber Mark 1 and 2. Built in 1989, 'Glory' has been restored including new electrics, mast and Coppercoat.  All lines lead back to the cockpit making this a very easy and safe "gaffer" to manage.

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18.50 ft Gaff Sloop
Lying: Salcombe

An interrupted project - cracked timbers have been replaced or had new sections scarfed in, rotten deck beams have been replaced and a new tongue and groove pitch-pine deck has been laid in anticipation of canvas being laid.

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Built: Conyer
30.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: River Medway

Lazy Wind, a 30' gaff cutter, was built for me in 2002 by North Quay Marine, owned by Ted Spears, who also designed her to my specifications.

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Built: Bursledon,
16.50 ft Gaff Sloop
Lying: Forder, Nr Plymouth

This popular dayboat, a 'Tela' 16'6" gaffer with topsail, was built in 2007 by Salterns, Burlesden. She is based on the  'seeking boats' of the Bristol Channel. 'The John and Elsie' has been well maintained and improved as shown by the comprehensive inventory.

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Built: Dartmouth
19.25 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Dartmouth

'Prawle' is an approx. third scale (20ft+ sprit) replica of a Breton fishing boat, professionally built at the former Ferris and Blank boatyard in Dartmouth in 1965/66, She is still resident in Dartmouth and well known and appreciated by locals.

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