Shaula is a Loch Fynne Cutter built by Alun Edmunds on the Island of Skye. Alun named her Rachel Anne and fished from her for two seasons. In 1989 Dominic Partridge bought her and changed the name to Shaula. Dominic converted her to a sailing yacht and spent the next twenty years cruising her extensively travelling to Norway and the Mediterranean. In 2015 the current owner, Stephen Greig, bought her and replaced the mast and rigging. He sailed her from Dartmouth to Liverpool and then Milford Haven where she is based now.
Shaula is robustly built with a generous beam, long keel, straight stem, distinctive pointed stern and steeply raked stern post with the rudder hung on the back. She is planked in 1 ¼” larch on 5” x 2” sawn oak frames.