Lifestyle & UseA great day boat for the family for fishing, picnics and exploring. Sails well in light airs and has two deep reefs for those blustery days. With is shallow draught you can explore the upper reaches of a river or anchor close in to a secluded beach. Easy to launch and recover.
Details & Close UpThese traditional boats benefit from modern materials with low maintenance, so more time for sailing. Extra attention is given to good storage in water tight lockers, quality stainless steel fittings, stainless steel strips protecting the gunwales against chafe and the anchor stowed out of the way on the bowsprit, ready to be deployed.
Design & BuildPractically designed, beautifully built, benefiting from being constructed from modern materials, whilst keeping the classic traditional style.
Prices & ProcessClick on the Pdf's below to view prices and boat information. Also happy to cater for bespoke requirements.
Recommended Outboard Engine - 2.5 to 5hp
Gaff rigged Collars Wood spars with Stainless Steel standing rigging
|Reefing mainsail||Jeckells, 125 sq. ft. - SlabLazy Jacks, 2 Reefs|
|Headsail||Jeckells, 40 sq. ft. - Furling|
Traditional gaff rig with tan sails, the foresail has UV protective strip added.
TOTAL SAIL AREA: 165sq. ft.
TOTAL length of boat with bowsprit rigged 21'
|Underwater profile||Shallow Long with Bilge keel|
3.00m of chain
20.00m of rode
Boat comes with 2 x fenders, 2 x warps
1 bilge pumps (1 manual / 0 electric)
These classic looking gaff rigged, shallow draught boats are perfect for exploring creeks and coastal inlets, plus sail well in light airs. The hull design originates from the traditional working sailing boats of the North West and Scottish coastlines. These traditional Day Boats can take up to 7 people on adventures and picnics.
The Coastal Day Boat has the same hull as the Coastal Weekender, if you are looking for over-night accommodation then check out the Coastal Weekender with twin quarter berths.
RCD Category C - up to 7 people.
These boat details are subject to contract.