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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 53 total matching current filters.
Built: Cornwall
28.40 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Salcombe

THETA - Tamarisk 29 Gaff Cutter,built 1982 by North Cornwall Marine to a hull design by Percy Dalton closely based on the Falmouth Quay Punts of the late19th/early20.th century..Strong GRP hull by Cygnus Marine,swept teak over ply deck,mahoghany coachroof and coamings and spruce spars.,In current

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Built: Mylor Bridge
28.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Pembrokeshire

Like all Heard 28s 'Sally J' is a seaworthy and reasonably fast yacht, often admired. She was built in 1981 as a Falmouth racing open boat based on the famous Falmouth oyster dredging work boats. Later she was converted to a cruising yacht, utilising solid hard wood timber.

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Built: Mylor Bridge
20.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Ispwich

'Hester' is a Martin Heard 20ft Tosher, build no 19, launched in 1994.

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Built: Maylandsea
35.00 ft Bermudan Cutter
Lying: River Wyre

One-off classic yacht. 35’ LOD, 10’ beam, 5.6’ draft. Designed, Francis Jones, built 1952, mahogany and iroko on oak. In hands of current owner since 1975. Age (of owner) now forces sale. Well maintained, afloat and in commission lying River Wyre, NW England.

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Built: Crabinton,
40.25 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Falmouth

Mermaid was originally built for racing and raced again at the Falmouth Classics in 2018 following her rebuild. 

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20.83 ft Lug Sloop

Diamond is a replica of an 1897 Sibbick fin and bulb keel half rater. Built in strip plank in 2011, she is 21’ long with the original style lug rig. Diamond is fast, fun and easy to sail. She is ‘as new’ and comes with a road trailer making her ideal for classic regattas.

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Built: Boston
32.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Holbrook

Built as second of three sister ships in 1932, Boston (Lincs.) by AM Gostelow for WH Johnston, she has had six owners to date, including a period in the Netherlands.

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Built: Topsham
22.50 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Hamble

'Roma' is a very pretty gaff cutter, with a nice sized cockpit and 2 berths. She has been well maintained and since we bought her she has had a new mast, boom and bowsprit, new sails and had a new inboard Yanmar GM10 engine.

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

Reduced £7,000 - 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: Rock Ferry
27.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Deganwy

The only Royal Mersey Restricted Class yacht afloat, Phyllis, is a 27ft gaff cutter rig (34ft overall).  Completely rebuilt in 2010 professionally by David Moss Boatbuilders to a specification stating to last another 100 years.

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Built: Falmouth
28.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Chichester

Molly Oxford is a Heard 28 professionally fitted out by Robertson's at Woodbridge in 1989, based on a GRP hull built in Falmouth.by Terry Heard. 

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Built: Faversham
15.00 ft Gaff Sloop
Lying: Portsmouth

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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