'Sea Pig' is an Everson Cherub built on the River Deben at Woodbridge, Suffolk in 1930. One of the few boats to have entered all the OGA East Coast Races since 1963, she was winner of the Cup for Trying in 1967 and the pedal prize in 1968 when she led the outgoing fleet for some time.
In earlier races she sailed under the number CC19 but in 1964 when sailed to the Deben it was discovered that only 18 Cherubs had been built and 'Sea Pig' was actually CC4. An extra suit of sails had been cut, but no hull built.
In the summer of 1939, when owned by Surgeon Commander Curjel of Woodbridge, she cruised to Portsmouth, but on her return was caught by the onset of war and laid up at Dover where she was damaged by enemy shells. Refitted after the war and bought by Mr. Titheridge in 1948, she was sailed extensively in home waters during pub closing hours and occasionally as far as the Isle of Wight.
Winner of the OGA Seamanship Cup in 1969 and 1970.
She was lying in Heybridge Basin for several years, in need of someone to complete her restoration and in 2017, she was taken on by Thomas Morley and moved to Devon.