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Wanted - Strike 16

I am looking to purchase a Strike 16. I would prefer a professional build but would consider anything that is sound. I would prefer a complete trimaran with a trailer if possible. Please send details to Tony Bertram email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For sale: Woods Strider catamaran 24ft “Cat too”
Launched : 1984

This grp Strider was built by Palamos Boatbuilt in Cornwall.

“Cat too” was sailed from the south of England to Zeeland in 2017 and thereafter fully overhauled and provided with new equipment. She got a new set of sails, a fresh coat of 2-pot paint + anti osmosis treatment and some Raymarine instruments.
A 6hp Mercury outboard is included.

This attractive catamaran with sporty performance is now offered ready to sail, in the south of the Netherlands.
Asking price: €7500,- but is negotiable.

For more details please call:
Tel +31 6 48808058
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11.6m x 6.7m Richard Woods design ‘TRANSIT 38’ catamaran.


 Built 2008-2009. Launched: 2009 in Cornwall, United Kingdom

 EU and UK:  VAT Paid

 Lying: Yacht Port Cartagena, Cartagena, Murcia, Spain.


 DAMSIS is one of only four Transit 38s built to date. Her hulls were built by Dennis Gale Builders at Millbrook in Cornwall and the fit out completed by his yard and her first owner.

She is built of solid GRP to the waterline, with a compressed foam core of vacuum packed Divinycell introduced after the knuckle and continuing through the topsides, deck and coachroof. (Further details on the build are available from 2019 survey on request)

DAMSIS has Nanni 3.75HE 21hp 3-cylinder diesel engines, connected to shafts and 3-blade folding props. Engine hours approx. 1800. Twin 80L diesel tanks give her a great range under engine if required.

DAMSIS has stub keels with sacrificial shoes for taking the ground, but she also has dagger boards to allow her to point to windward and track true, these increase the draught from 0.85m to 2.2m (approx) and are operated by lines led back to the cockpit. She really will sail like a yacht and tack happily with no intervention even at one knot (no dumping the main or backfilling the genoa required)

Her sail wardrobe consists of a Calvert fully battened main (overhauled 2020); Calvert genoa (100%), Quantum screecher and a symmetrical spinnaker (brand unknown)


DAMSIS has a deep and safe cockpit with a cavernous aft locker that can house the watermaker, generator, BBQ and outboard engine. The helm position is to right of centre with morse engine controls, Raymarine wheelpilot, a TODD helmsman chair on an adjustable pedestal mounted over a raised box with useful storage under. All control lines are led aft to the cockpit and the winches (6) are all located for ease of use by the helmsman. 

She has wide side decks making it easy to move forward for deck work. Her trampolines are of net construction so she doesn’t ship water even in a big sea. She has a wide trestle between the nets giving safe access forward to the bowsprit and anchor.

She has three lockers across the forward bridgedeck: gas locker (currently housing 3 large gas bottles, 2 x 20L fuel cans, 2 x 20L water cans and several smaller fuel cans – to give you some idea of the size of the lockers) , anchor locker, sail locker (holds symmetric, drifter and stormsail); and two forward deck lockers which are big enough to store the passarelle and all fenders  & lines in summer and a deflated dinghy and outboard in winter.

She has davits aft to take a 3m dinghy. She has a Quick 1000w vertical windlass and carries 50m 8mm chain spliced to 50m 20mm octoplaid to give plenty of scope for the 20kg Spade anchor. She has a spare 20kg Delta and a Fortress as a stern anchor.

The current owners have completely stripped back all old paint from the deck, cockpit and coachroof and repainted her in high strength 2-pack paint, she sports a traditional grey and white design on deck where all her grey paint is anti-skid for safety. The coachroof is all white but has anti-skid panels where one is likely to stand to work or climb down.

DAMSIS sports new navy blue canvas (2020) including UV strip on the genoa, stack pack and uniquely a detachable boom tent which zips to the sides of the stack pack rather than having to move the stackpack lines to set up. The sides cover the cockpit and aft decks and tie to the guardrails for simplicity, the whole system can be deployed in 5 minutes.



DAMSIS has three double cabins, one aft in each hull, and one forward in the starboard hull. Each aft cabin houses an engine bay, accessed via removeable floor panels (no need to dismantle the bed). There are small day-seats, mirrors, a bedside shelf/drawer unit, hanging lockers and shelving units in both aft cabins. Whilst the forward cabin has a day seat, hanging locker and shelving unit, it also has copious amounts of over and under bed storage (currently used to store boat spares, materials, etc).

She has two heads both with manual toilets with holding tanks (60L), showers with new fittings and teak gratings. One head is forward in the port hull and has ample shelf storage, and there is a ‘jack and jill’ head mid-ships in the starboard hull. Both heads have sealed sump units that take the grey water to the tank and overboard.

The comfortable saloon area has a drop-leaf table with internal storage around which 7 can sit for dinner or 9 for drinks. The port side settee is a full-sized sea-berth. Under the seating area you will find the battery compartments and associated equipment, as well as a spare freshwater tank and the grey water tank. To starboard, in between the fwd and aft hull steps, is the stand-up chart table. There is a double hanging locker on the rear bulkhead with access to the helm console and steering system, the shelf above houses the chart plotter and navtex units.  All windows and hatches have roller blinds for privacy.

The port hull hosts a superbly spacious double-sided galley with ample storage (including three bilge lockers), two fridges (front-loader set into the cabinet by the hull steps, top-loader opposite the workshop), SMEV oven with grill and 4-ring hob, Dometic CF40 fridge/freezer box and a double sink unit. The galley is fully equipped with crockery, cutlery, utensils, glassware, pans & bakeware, storage containers, kettles (gas & electric) and toaster.

There are 12v and mains power sockets throughout (European and UK). There are storage lockers and storage compartments throughout the boat. Pressurised hot water (new pump 2020) is supplied via an immersion heater or the calorifier (port engine) feeding a 25l tank (2022) housed under the floor in the port aft cabin. 100L freshwater tanks are located in each hull (fwd of the aft cabins) and there is an additional 100L tank forward if required (currently unused)

DAMSIS has had new foam cushions in the saloon, new flooring throughout (carpet and lino), many vinyl head-linings replaced, including new vinyl covered window frames in the saloon.  She has had her engine bays and internal lockers painted and sports LED lighting throughout including inside hanging lockers and shelves.


DAMSIS has 4 domestic AGM batteries giving 720Ah (new 2020), charged by 70Ah engine alternators (new 2020/2021), Victron 60amp intelligent mains charger (new 2019) or 390w solar panels (new 2021/22). She has new engine batteries (2020/2022). She also has an 800w Victron inverter to provide 220v power.

She carries a Honda 2000w suitcase generator that is primarily to run the watermaker but is capable of powering the Victron battery charger and house circuits whilst away from shore power.

She has a Simrad CP300 chartplotter and a Furuno Navtex unit. She has a new Furuno DRS4W wireless Radar which is operated from an iPad or iPhone. All navigation equipment is Raymarine ST6000 range (wind/close hauled, Autopilot, Log/Depth) and 2 x handheld VHF radios.

Rainman 70L/hour portable watermaker (AC version) which runs off the Honda generator.

Honda 2.3hp 4-stroke outboard engine (new 2021)

Full safety suite: horseshoes, danbuoy, MOB recovery system, bolt-croppers, flares, grab bag, PLB (epirb), lifejackets.

DAMSIS carries a comprehensive inventory of equipment and spares and has an impressive list of refurbishment jobs that have been completed in the last three years with her current owners. She is now sadly for sale due to changing family commitments and is looking for new owners to love her as much as her present ones do.

Offered for sale at £137,500.

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Miriam is moored in Penzance, Cornwall, UK for this season. Construction - Professionally built at Foss Quay, Millbrook, 1997 in Western Red Cedar Strip/Epoxy hulls with Marine Ply decks and superstructure, all coated in epoxy and glass fibre as per Woods Designs. LAR keels. Unsinkable. Anti-osmosis treatment - epoxy construction - plus Copper Coat 10-year anti-foul 2015.


 Yamaha 9.9hp extra-long shaft high thrust (June 2011). Steerable with the tillers or wheel, charging 25 amp hour starter battery. 3 x 12 litre fuel tanks in cockpit locker.


Z-Spars with twin-grooved furling gear. Bomb-proof rig with caps, intermediate and lower shrouds and diamonds plus front beam whisker stays- all renewed April 2021. Sails - Fully battened mainsail (Westaway 2006) plus original Dick Batt sail (1997), re-furbished in 2006, as spare. Jib headsail (Solo 2015). 82 sq metre Spinnaker (Solo 2015) and 45sq metre spinnaker, set from bowsprit or bow turning blocks.


Solar panels charging 3 x 80amp hour domestic batteries. DSC VHF radio (2011).

Chartplotter. AIS. Autohelm connected to wheel drive unit for self-steering.

Wind, speed, depth units with display.


Fresh water electric pump to sink fed from 60 litre rigid tank under starboard quarter berth. New LPG oven and grill plus 4 burner hob and s/s sink, all with flame failure. 12v front load fridge (2021). Fire blanket. Sheriff gas detector with sensor. LED lighting.


Two opening forward hatches. Removable table transferable to the cockpit for al fresco dining or to form king-size berth. 2 fire extinguishers. LED lights above table.


Jabsco toilet (2008) with new twist & lock pump 2016. Wet locker housing Carver P4 lpg heater supplying warm air to saloon and quarter berths (not used for many years so needs servicing).

Fresh water pump for basin fed from 60 litre rigid water tank beneath port quarter berth.


Two quarter berths. 6ft 2in doubles with shelf unit in each plus netting for clothes etc. Side tables, LED lighting, USB phone charging outlets.

Navigation Desk

Port side ½ size Admiralty chart desk. Barometer and chronometer. Full standing headroom in quarter berths, nav. station, galley, heads and cockpit tent.

Ground tackle

12kg CQR on 10m chain and 50m' 18mm anchorplait warp. Aluminium Danforth-type (from Richard Woods' original Sagitta) on 5m chain and 30m 18mm anchorplait warp.


2 Lewmar 30 main winches plus 2 Lewmar 15 Spinnaker winches. Wind, speed and depth instrumentation. S/s wheel alongside Yamaha engine controls. Steering is detachable to enable tiller steering from either port or starboard seats when sailing. 2 x Navico compasses. Life ring. All lines led back to cockpit for reefing without leaving the safety of the cockpit. Full-width pram hood connectable to full cockpit tent to extend living space for dry winter warmth or summer bimini shade. 6 cockpit drains. 5 lockers with fenders, warps and spinnaker lines. Manual bilge pump. 3 Propane gas bottles with regulator. The cockpit tent has not been used for 12 years.


Zodiac 2.6m inflatable with Yamaha 2.5 4-stroke outboard (2012). Four person life raft (in bag) service due 2021.

Low and sleek, the Woods' Sagitta is classified as a Cruiser/Racer, however, Miriam is fitted out for cruising, but is still capable of consistent beam reaching at >10 knots (max achieved 14 knots) under spinnaker. She returned from cruising the coasts of NW Spain and the French Atlantic coast in 2008 and has since been maintained and sailed in Mounts Bay and the Isles of Scilly.

Price: Reduced to £39,000

Contact: Jeremy Gilbert This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.(at)


Woods Elf 26 for sale.

 Recent re-rig including forestay and furler
Garmin 750 Chartplotter 
Hob / Grill
90ah Battery
Yamaha 9.9 HT (7 years old)
Main and jib, age unknown, but good condition. North G2 Asymmetric Spi
Jabsco Marine Toilet 
Recent tramp
Stowe instruments, recent transducers. 
Lewmar anchor and kedge chain and rope.
Good Boat; sailed extensively in the Channel Islands.
Reason for sale - time for a bigger boat! 
Viewing in Jersey CI
Offers around  £18k
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Strider Club YETA Price £4000 ono - Strider Club with an enlarged rig.


Made famous in "A Day Sail to Russia" and is Richard's old boat.


Built 1989. Fully battened main (Dolphin Sails) and almost new barely used jib. Spinnaker 2003 by HK sails, good condition. Mast replaced 2002. Main traveller system and jib Barber haulers and spinnaker sheets. Various ropes and fenders & elderly boom tent (still functional, but never used by us). Ropes, halyards etc are generally in good condition. There is an auto-pilot for easy single-handing - I have sailed up our relatively narrow twisting estuary at speeds of up to 10 knots single-handed with all 3 sails flying as the system is very simple to adjust.


There is a 6HP Suzuki 4 stroke outboard with alternator; an elderly battery;  switch panel; instruments: wind speed & direction, speed/log and depth; Lowrance colour chart plotter with GPS and charts covering northern Europe; nav lights; sea toilet; radar reflector; stainless steel platform connecting front beam to bridle; additional cleats and a new aluminium forward beam to increase jib tension. 


The boat has been stored on land for the past three years and both hulls have been taken back to gel coat - and given 5 layers of Hempel High Protect epoxy coating. Photo proof of all preparation and layers available. I also have the survey report from when I bought the boat in 2010 - the general boat condition is much the same now as then apart from the work on the hull. The hull is very dry and the inside of the boat never seems to take in water no matter what the weather outside - I have recent moisture meter measurements.


It has been a great boat to sail with my family. Speeds of 10 knots are easily achieved and we have seen 15 knots with 2 sails on a reach. My family are all grown up and I have returned to dinghy sailing again so Yeta must be sold.


She is ashore on the north coast of Northern Ireland (I brought her over from England on a flatbed trailer) and is priced to sell quickly. I have many recent photos of her hulls, sails, etc both before and after the epoxy coating and the 2010 survey from when I bought her.


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Strike 20 Trimaran



2015 built, French registered on 08/12/2015, category C with 4 crew, used from April 2016 mostly on fresh water

Pictures :


Speed to windward 11/12 kt , 15/16 kt downwind as attested by video records (Camera with GPS Garmin VIRB X :

Construction :

Mainhull Okoume marine ply/Oregon pine/glass/époxy, hull exterior, cockpit and decks sheathed with glass / epoxy.

Aluminum 6061 T6 anodised swinging beams , 100 x 3 mm sections .

Vectran waterstays covered with polyurethane. (4 x 6mm each)

Outriggers and daggerboard from Nacra 5.80, F18 central rudder.

Custom Bainbridge trampolines .

9,60 m rotating mast from Hobie Cat 21, 150 x 80 mm section . Carbon boom and tang.

Sails :

Tri-radial mainsail 19,5 m² , two reefs (2016, Tri-lam PXT 15/20, 1/10 purchase mainsheet Harken blocks on 2 m Harken track) , 8 m² jib (2016, tri-radial PXT 15, Harken furler) made by VB Sails.

18,5 m² Gennaker from Forward Sailing on Ronstan furler, 30 m² Spi 2019.

Equipment :

Foblight mooring warp



Trailering :

Road trailer ROCCA, rolling weight 650 kg, registered new 12/2016

Trailering possible by swinging beams and outriggers above mainhull (high center of gravity)

or lying outriggers on berths alongside the mainhull, only beams swung (lower c.g.)

Price as described above 12500 Euros

Available on 08/12/2020. Boat is lying in Sanguinet, 40460 France. Contact Patrick at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mobile phone number is 0033683191075

Optional :

Suzuki 2,5 CV 4 strokes long shaft 2016 (mostly fresh water use). 700 Euros

F18 Marstroem Rudders on outriggers, carbon heads + coupling tubes,700 Euros

GPS Velocitek speed Puck and Tacktik fluxgate compass 200 Euros

Havcat 27 light weight cruising / racing catamaran, APATAKI designed by Lars Oudrup (Denmark). Sail number D24M

2019 update
FULL NEW COPPERCOAT antifouling applied (four coats)
Most exterior surfaces repainted, undercoat plus two top coats 
Battery Monitor fitted
new 120 watt solar panel system 
Afloat Ionian sea for summer
REDUCED PRICE 19,250 GBP or OFFER for early sale - you can sail her this summer from mid July.

8.3m x 4.5m x 0.5m (dagger boards up). Lifting rudders.

Built 1980 Number 23 of production Series of 25 boats in Denmark. Solid GRP layup beneath the waterline, foam sandwich GRP elsewhere. Anti-fouling is a copper system.
She had a full interior refit in 1995/96 including new floors, cupboards, light fittings, wiring, plumbing and deck cleats. New polycarbonate sliding main hatches and new marine ply washboards were fitted for 1999 season. The boat has been continuously maintained and improved by present owner.

The boat is equipped with large daggerboards enabling good upwind ability. The 1996 ones were professionally rebuilt in 2015. Rudders and housings, and front crossbeam have all been upgraded, ie. Replaced with stronger Mycat 28 units in consultation with Lars Oudrup the designer.

Owned by a friend since 1989, and present owner since 2000. Previous owner sailed the boat from Kiel to Swansea, stopping at Ramsgate Harbour to pay UK VAT.

In 2001 present owner sailed her to Spain, wintered afloat for two winters in Mar Menor, Murcia, then ashore at Almerimar Marina. In 2004 she was sailed to Balearic Islands, Sardinia and on to Malta where she has wintered ashore each year until June 2017. For winter 2017/2018 she was in the very sheltered Porto Turistico Marina di Ragusa, Sicily and cruised Ionian Islands of Greece in summer 2018. She is now ashore at Preveza, Greece.

Open air living is the feature of this design with large T shaped cockpit, to which can be added the wooden folding dining table (stored against hull side in navigation area) when not sailing. Below large double berth on bridge deck is accessible from each hull. Starboard side has sitting / dining area and galley plus quarter berth (currently used for fridge and storage).

Port hull has navigation room with large chart table and electrics control panel Also a storage place for an outboard motor for dinghy (there is no motor), heads / toilet with sink and vanity unit., sail locker and stowage, plus quarter berth.  Standing headroom in the hulls. Galley has two burner SMEV stove and grill. Galley was professionally rebuilt in 1995/96 including stainless steel sink with hand pumped water tap, and storage cupboards and spaces. New galley floor (2017). Each hull has a flexible water tank.

Fully battened main, 1998 Ratsey sets well, Jeckells genoa, 2004 (UV protection strip replaced 2018) – good condition, No.1 (very good condition), inner staysail, spinnaker. Approximate sizes main 18 sq m, genoa 23 sq m, jib 15 sq m, staysail 10 sq m.

Sailspar genoa continuous line roller reefing system – 1996
Standing rigging was replaced in 2005.
MOTOR - NEW 2018 YAMAHA HIGH THRUST 9.9 hp longshaft, electric start, tiller steering / controls kit, alternator (cost about 3700 euros).
New 2.5 m RIB (2016)
2 x 105 amp hour leisure batteries (2017). Charging by two solar panels. Isolator switch allows one, other or both to charge and be used. One panel is fixed, one can be angled to the sun.
New Garmin Chart plotter / gps (2016), new Lowrance VHF radio (2016)
Autohelm, Davits, various equipment. Full cockpit sun awning can be erected when not sailing.
Present owner added 4 opening Lewmar ports (opening to cockpit) and Lewmar catamaran escape hatch in bridgedeck.
Improved Interior includes replacement of most headlining with higher insulation material.  Much other work was done in winter 2017/18
New genoa sheets 2017. New mainsheet track control rope 2018
New spinnaker guy – 2018
Main anchor Bruce with chain and warp.
2nd anchor 10 kg Hall with 15m chain and warp (new 2018)
New 50 km distress flare pack 2017, valid 4 years.
Two new mattresses for quarter berths (2016) - 207 cm x 87 cm (max).
Waeco 35 litre portable fridge, mains and 12v. (2017)
Ashore Greece from September 2018 – ready for Mediterranean / Adriatic sailing.
Asking Price 23,500 euros VAT Paid

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+356 79913726 – David
For comparison of value please note that another Havcat 27 from 1979 (sail number D25M) was offered for sale at 30,000 euros, lying Denmark with broker Evecom and featured as June 2018 boat of the month. She was soon sold.

Sold from this advert!
"Seabean” is a Richard Woods designed Saturn o.a.l. 29ft o.a.b. 18.5ft.  4000#empty weight,the boat was built to designers specification and is in new condition, recently launched, Nov. 2014, see pictures of the launch on flickr photoalbum on the Saturn design page.
Seabean has accommodations for up to 6 , there are 2 bunks in each hull and the centercabin table drops to make a comfortable double bunk.

The boat features safe and comfortable walkways all around and has a large comfortable cockpit.

The mainsail is fully battened 300 sq.ft., genoa is 145 sq.ft. hanked to forestay with a jibbag and a 600 sq.ft. triradial spinnaker,it has a large cockpit awning and ATN  super comfortable bownets.
All deck hardware ,vangs, blocks, tracks,are Lewmar, Garhauer, Harken, Colligo, lewmar winches and Spinlock and Antal rope clutches.Standing rigging 1x19 s.s. headstay,7mm Dynex Dux synthetic shrouds with Colligo deadeyes.
For ground tackle there is a 22#Delta and a 15#FX-23 Fortress anchors with various lengths of chain and anchor lines, there are various lengths of docklines, mooring lines, fenders.
Engine is a 2014 9.8hp long shaft electric start Tohatsu with 6amp alternator, a 4 blade prop, racor fuelfilter and 6.5 gallon fueltank,
a marine deep cycle battery, 12 voltDC electric system, all circuits to switches on controlpanel, all interior lights and nav. lights are LED, there is a Ritchie bulkhead mount compass, GPS, and handheldVHF .
This catamaran is for sale by the builder, my asking price is negotiable at USD$ 34.900,for more information,details, construction pics. Lying Punta Gorda, Florida, USA please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Professionally built 1997 in cedar ply epoxy. Fitted out for fast cruising and can easily be sailed single handed with all controls led back to the cockpit.

Extentively repainted in 2009 with new windows and new mainsheet traveller. Also fully battened main with some extra roach and Ruttgerson batten cars and 2 jibs (one smaller) all by Hyde 2009. The boat has a bowsprit for an assymetric spinnaker with snuffer by Hyde 2010 and a screacher with Karver KF1 furler by Dolphin 2008.

Trailer professionaly built, galvanised but never been immersed 2008.

Raymarine ST40 log, echosounder, wind monitor and ST100+ autopilot all intergrated with Furuno GPS and Raymarine ST6000R remote control. All LED lighting in cuddy and hulls as well as nav lights. Rutland 503 wind generator.

Yamaha 8hp 2stroke with custom well cover which doubles as seat, picnic table etc. Custom awning which can be seen in the Yearly Review 2007. The boat also gets a mention in Oct 2010. There is a launching trolley and all the usual stuff, anchor , cooker, sink, water tank, fenders, battery, bilge pumps etc.

This boat has been maintained to a high standard, is fast, comfortable and a huge amount of fun to sail. Located SE Scotland UK

Price £20,000

SOLD from this advert! Wizard 22 foot catamaran.

Completed and launched in 2012.

2012 Tohatsu Sail Pro 6 hp outboard extra long shaft with charging alternator. Calvert mainsail and roller jib both new in 2012. Harken furling drum. Also has removable bowsprit with endless loop roller for light air screecher sail on wire luff included.

GPS, Depth sounder, handheld VHF radio, LED navigation lights all around, LED cabin lights, One marine battery with switch, fuse and distribution panel and switches for all circuits.

Center cabin table drops down to form double bed for a couple. Also sleeps three more in single berths in hulls. 11 gallon water tank with Whale flipper pump and small sink. Marine head with 11 gallon holding tank and pump out.

Safety equipment: flares, horn, fire extinguisher, docklines, fenders.

Includes heavy duty custom built trailer with double axles and surge brakes. 14" wheels. 2 inch ball. Boat folds up onto trailer for transport and storage.

"Bombay Duck II" is a very easy to sail, responsive, and comfortable catamaran. I am the builder of this boat. I am selling due to change in life plans.

For a walk around video of this boat click on link

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