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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 1 - 12 boats of 47 total matching current filters.
Built: Faversham
15.00 ft Gaff Sloop
Lying: Maldon

16' dayboat built by Dick Dadson of Faversham, 1968. Mahogony clinker on steamed oak frames, teel centreplate and cast lead ballast, she’s the first afloat in the yard, but sails well with all the family on board.

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Built: Barrow in
Gaff Cutter
Lying: St Monans

'Fidelity' has been taken out of the water after a sucessful sailing season. She is fully equipped and ready to sail. Happy to help any purchaser with the first set up and sail. Prepared to be a little flexible on price and reduce if all contents are not required. 

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Built: Penryn
16.50 ft Gaff Sloop

16 ft GRP Tela Day Boat with 2.5 outboard, cover and road trailer.  Excellent condition, lovely iroko thwarts, combing etc. Very reliable outboard. Moored river dart. Bluebell is s super boat, did very well in OGA regatta. Sails as single handed or family boat. Priced to sell.

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Built: West Mersea
26.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Weir Quay, Plymouth, Devon

'Pleione' is a gaff cutter designed by John Leather and built in West Mersea by William Wyatt in 1960. Her hull is mahogany on steamed oak frames. A teak deck was laid and a new cabin and cockpit coaming, all in teak, was added in 1992.

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Built: Wivenhoe
20.42 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Brightlingsea

This is your chance to acquire a great family boat. A gaff cutter with a large self-draining cockpit for all the family plus a two berth cabin for the odd night away. Designed and built by Malcolm Goodwin, originally for his own family, Sara is No. 2 in the mini fleet of three.

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Built: Rock
24.50 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Beaulieu

'Black Jack' is a Cornish Crabber 24 Mk3, sail number 17, from 1995, with black hull and cream deck. She has been wintered ashore annually for maintenance, including mast inspection. She is in really good shape.

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Built: Bordeaux
38.17 ft Gaff Yawl
Lying: Greenwich

'Gwenili' is a beautiful classic gaff rigged yawl, very much admired. Built in France, 1910, by A la Gorce Fils at Bordeaux Bastide. LOD 38ft 2ins draft 5ft, beam 9ft 10ins waterline 32ft 6ins Displacement 11.8 tons.

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Built: Rock
22.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Emsworth

'Katie Morag' a Cornish Crabber 22, designed by Roger Dongray, no. 32, built 2002. She is offered for sale including trailer and many extras. She is well maintained, in an excellent condition and ready to sail away.

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Built: Camborne/St
27.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Fowey

A Salcombe Trader, 27ft Gaff cutter with auxiliary, Beta Marine 29hp, diesel engine. A top quality traditional cruising vessel with character,  a very capable passage maker. She has a ‘Classic/ Traditional’ look with the advantage of a GRP hull and stainless steel fittings.

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Built: Long Eaton
22.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Fron Goch nr. Aberdovey

'Jaunty' is offered for sale with reluctance, due to ill health of her owner. Ashore at Smugglers Cove Boatyard Fron Goch Aberdyfi, she was built over a period of ten years by her first owner.

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24.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Fenit Co Kerry

'North Star' is a fiberglass 1978 long keeled, encapsulated ballast, gaff rigged Tamarisk 24. Extensively cruised and well cared for. She is a real head-turner and receives much attention wherever she goes. More importantly, she is in sound seaworthy condition.

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Built: Mylor
28.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Naarden

'Ragamuffin' is a Falmouth working boat, oyster dredger, Heard 28, built 1970 by T.R. Heard at Mylor Creek, Cornwall.

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