Monthly Archives: October 2019

The Final Post

Over the past few years, we’ve had less and less time available to go sailing. Very sadly, we put the boat up for sale with Boatshed Plymouth (https://plymouth.boatshed.com/). Surprisingly quickly, the boat was sold and this is the last entry on this blog.

However, we are going to be downsizing back to a dinghy. The Skipper will be building a plywood lapstrake gaff rigged cutter around 15 to 16 ft long from the designer Francois Vivier (http://www.vivierboats.com/en/), the favoured boat is an Ebihen 16 (http://www.vivierboats.com/en/product/ebihen-16-clinker/)

I started a new blog (https://yottienick.wordpress.com/) that will describe the build.

Many thanks to the many people who have helped with the refurbishment of the Sadler, in particular, Vyv Cox (http://coxeng.co.uk/) who owns a Sadler 34 himself and is very knowledgable.

Fair winds and tides

Nick