The Rustler 24 and Piper 24 are the very antithesis of modern light-weight racing boats… The first Piper was launched in 1966 and the last in 1977, built by the Robertson yard in Scotland. The yard went into receivership and the mould was destroyed. In 1988 the MD of the Cornish Crabber company was so […]
18 Foot Restricted
The 18 Footers face a desperate shortage of willing sailors which has grounded the whole fleet of these beautiful little classics..
Falmouth Working Boat
Known for their brightly coloured topsails at village regattas and during Falmouth Week… Evelyn Historic Working Boat website
Sunbeams first raced in Carrick Roads in 1924 and have been racing locally ever since…
The Ajax 23 One Design is a three person keelboat providing excellent fleet racing…
St Mawes One Design (SMOD)
St Mawes One Designs Frank Peters designed, built and raced the first of 45 St Mawes One Designs in 1923 and the class is still sailed in St Mawes Link to Tim Lowe’s Film celebrating the StMOD 90th Anniversary
International Folkboats (IF-Boats)
Traditionally called Marieholms but now renamed to the trendy IF-Boats, the fleet is very active for both racing and cruising. The National Championships are hosted by St Mawes SC.
Cruisers (Handicap) The cruiser class caters for a wide range of boats racing in the Handicap Yachts class (YTC).