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Location: Grenada, West Indies
Asking price: $55,000 USD 
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S/V Snowflake is a 1987 35 foot Richard Woods Flica F3 catamaran, production boat built by Palamos Boatbuild Ltd in Cornwall, England. A 1988 South West Export Award Winner, the Flica was designed and built for comfort and crossing oceans. 

Snowflake is fitted out for long distance cruising, has sailed across the Atlantic multiple times, most recently with the current owner in December 2017. (EU VAT has been paid) 
Many upgrades and extras added from 2014 through 2019. 
NOTE: Starboard engine is Yanmar 2gm20, raw/salt water cooled (needs replacing) 
Port engine is Yanmar 2gm20fc (fresh water cooled, good condition)
*Asking price reflects needed replacement of engine in starboard hull. 
All lines are lead aft to the cockpit (all running rigging new 2017), enabling ease and safety of sail handling. The Furlex headsail furler (new 2014) makes reefing or furling in the Genoa (new 2017) a snap and the lazy bag system (new 2014) allows the captain to quickly drop the mainsail (new 2017) when necessary. The two backstays (rarely found on other catamarans) offer greater strength to the rig, and her whisker pole (new 2015) reaches the genoa out fully to take advantage of downwind trades. Her smaller rig (all standing rigging new 2015, inspected Jan 2018) makes her easy to handle by a couple. 

In the cockpit, a sturdy stainless steel Bimini frame with canvas offers protection from the elements and an excellent location for 3 solar panels (new 2018) totaling 885 watts, which provide Snowflake with copious amounts of energy to run all electrical systems and charge devices. This catamaran is NOT a dock queen – Snowflake has not been plugged into shore power since October 2017

Storage lockers aft, and forward provide more than enough space for fenders, lines and other items.

Inside, headroom is 6’4” throughout and the spacious design is equivalent to that of a 50’ monohull. 

The windows in the saloon allow for full visibility and plenty of light (curtains all new 2014) throughout and the large seating area provides room for eight people to comfortably enjoy a meal or play a game of dominos or cards. (All cushions recovered 2014.) Below the seating area is ample storage and the saloon table can be raised in order to allow unlimited access to the storage if completing a large provision. Ample bookshelves provide room for a generous library for those lengthy passages. The teak floor (new 2014) provides a classic look and warm feeling in the saloon. 

Two generous double bunks, each located in the starboard and port forward cabins offer privacy and comfort to the owner and guests. (Mattress in port forward cabin new 2014.) Storage spaces abound in both cabins, with the added luxury of having large hanging lockers in each cabin. If a 3rd bunk is needed, the starboard aft cabin can be used (currently no mattress in place).

On the starboard side, the extensive counter space in the galley provides excellent space to create meals, while offering sizable storage for dishes, cookware, and provisions. While spacious, the galley is extremely safe when under way, with many places to brace oneself while prepping meals or washing dishes. The 2 burner Eno stove and oven (new 2018) provides the chef with many options for preparing meals. A Waeco refrigerator (new 2013) offers great space for food, drinks, and its small freezer has room for several ice trays and ice packs. The 45-liter-per-hour water maker (new 2015) ensures that the crew never runs out of fresh drinking water onboard. 

A large navigation table located in the port side offers space to lay out full sized charts, while also can be folded up and out of the way when not in use. Just behind the navigation table you will find a large work surface that is handy for any project and is next to a hanging wet locker. 

The head is located in the port aft and contains a C-Head compost toilet (new 2017). Pull out faucet at the sink can be used as shower. 

A total of four 50-liter water tanks reside in the bilges (2 located in the center of each hull). Throughout, plentiful storage is found in lockers, drawers, and in the bilges. Easy access to all bilges. 

Hatches (replaced in 2014) and port lights (all re-bedded and seals replaces 2017) offer excellent ventilation. 

Word from the owner: “I purchased Snowflake because I was looking for a comfortable vessel that could take me far and keep me safe. After looking at several other makes of catamarans, it was obvious that Snowflake was the boat I was looking for. Sailing her in the Mediterranean, through heavy storms in the Gulf de Lyon, across the Atlantic Ocean, and through dark squalls in the Eastern Caribbean, she never let me down. Snowflake has been my home for 6 years. She’s great fun to sail and extremely comfortable at sea and at anchor. The designer, Richard Woods has always been very responsive to my emails whenever I had questions when refitting the boat. It’s been a hard decision, but I’m deciding to sell her so I can follow my dreams and do a different type of sailing in higher latitudes.” 


  • 2-full sleeping cabins 
  • 3 berths 
  • 1-head located in port hull 
  • Galley with pantry located in starboard hull 
  • Eberspächer diesel central heating system 
  • Freshly painted 2018 
  • Freshly varnished 2018 - 2019 


  • Large U shaped settee with expandable rotating table sits 8 
  • Nav Station 
  • Large forward looking windows with shelf area. 
  • Storage under all settee 


  • double stainless steel sink (new 2017) 
  • Waeco 12 volt refrigerator with small freezer (new 2013) 
  • Eno 2 burner stove and oven (new 2018) 
  • one 10# composite propane tank (new 2019) 
  • one 17# composite propane tank (new 2019) 
  • Xintex solenoid and gas detector (new 2018) 
  • Whale foot pump (fresh water) (rebuilt 2017) 
  • Thruhull in place for salt water pump. 
  • Pots, pans, dishes, utensils, etc 

Navigation and Communication:

  • Garmin map 182C 
  • Standard Horizon VHF GX1700 with DSC (new 2014) 
  • Autohelm ST3000 autopilot (Variety of spares included) 
  • AdvanSea S400 wind unit (new 2014) 
  • Windex (new 2014) 
  • Nasa RadioTelex Weatherman  
  • Nasa Depth Instrument 


  • Genoa (new 2017) 
  • Spare Genoa (requires re-stitching) 
  • Main (new 2017) 
  • Stack Pack for mainsail with lazy jacks (new 2014) 


  • Sloop rig with furling genoa 
  • All running rigging replaced 2015 
  • All standing rigging replaced 2015 (inspected by certified rigger 2019) 
  • Whisker pole (new 2015) 
  • All lines lead to cockpit  
  • Furlex furler (new 2014) 
  • Stainless Lifelines (new 2014) 
  • Barton traveler system for main (new 2017) 
  • Bosun’s seat 


  • 1 Harken self-tailing winch, #40 (new 2018) 
  • 1 Lewmar self-tailing winch #43  
  • 1 Lewmar self-tailing #30  
  • 1 Lewmar self-tailing #44 
  • 4 Lewmar winches #16 

Deck and Hull:

  • Construction is reported as 600/300 GRP fiberglass 
  • woven rovings and chopped strand matt over 12mm Divincell foam. 
  • Bridge deck and cabin top are of GRP and over laminated plywood. 
  • Hull is given additional strength by overlaid plywood floors and part / full bulkheads. 
  • Low aspect ratio keels protect semi-balanced rudders and sail drive units 
  • Non-skid pattern across all deck surfaces, including coachroof. (Will require painting, paint has already been purchased and is included with sale.) 
  • Teak steering wheel with Edson steering system 
  • Aluminum rub rail (new 2017) 
  • Stainless steel stern ladder (new 2018) 
  • Seven stainless steel cleats. 
  • Stainless steel framed bimini with sunbrella. 
  • Trampoline (new 2014) 
  • 2 Comfort Seat cushions 
  • Bench helm seat (new 2014) 
  • 5 Lewmar low profile hatches installed (2014 - 2017) 
  • 8 Fixed windows replaced (2014) 
  • All portlights re-bedded and seals replaced (2017) 
  • Most deck hardware re-bedded (2017) 

Ground tackle:

  • Primary anchor Mantus 55lb (new 2017) with Mantus swivel (new 2017) and bridle hook (new 2017) 
  • 35 foot long nylon bridle (new 2017) 
  • 190 feet 3/8” High Test Galvanized Chain (new 2019) 
  • 40 feet of rode. 
  • Lofrans X3 Project 1500 watts 12 volt anchor windlass (new 2019) with 1/0 wiring (new 2019 
  • 100 amp breaker (new 2019) 
  • Secondary anchor CQR 35lb with 30 feet of chain and 100 feet of rode. 
  • Stern anchor roller mounted on aft port side. 


  • House Bank: Four 12 volt 110 amp hour Victron AGM batteries - total 440 amp hours (new 2015) 
  • Starter Batteries: Two 12 volt 70 amp hour West Marine batteries (new 2018) 
  • Victron BMV-712 smart battery bank monitor, with bluetooth (new 2018) 
  • Morning Star MPPT 60 solar charger with Tri-Star TS-RM-2 remote meter (new 2016) 
  • 2 Victron Cyrix-ct 12/24-120 intelligent battery combiner (new 2018) 
  • One 55 amp alternator (new 2017) 
  • One 50 amp alternator 
  • Three 295 watt Canadian CS6K-295MS solar panels (total 885 watts) (new 2018) 
  • 1 Sirocco II 12 volt fan (new 2018) 
  • 1 Caframo Bora 12 volt fan (new 2018) 
  • All lights converted to LED (2018) 
  • New deck light (2018) 
  • Inverter 2000 watts (EU/220) 
  • Shore power plug-in is EU/220. 

Engines & Mechanical:

  • 2 x 18hp Yanmar Diesel Engines with SD20 saildrives 
  • Starboard engine is Yanmar 2gm20 (needs replacing) 
  • Port engine is Yanmar 2gm20fc 
  • All sail drive seals and rubber boots replaced (2018) 
  • Complete engine maintenance March 2019 
  • Aquagiv 45 liter 12 volt DC water maker (new 2015) with 12 volt fresh water pump (new 2015) with test nozzle at galley sink (new 2015). 
  • Carbon filter installed for fresh water flush. 
  • 12 volt deck shower pump (new 2017) with new hose and nozzle added in 2018. 
  • Tank Tender monitoring system, 9 station, plumbed to water and fuel tanks.  
  • DC operated bilge alarms, total 4 (new 2017) 
  • 2 manual bilge pumps 
  • 2 electric bilge pumps 
  • One portable 12 volt emergency bilge pump 
  • Fuel Tank: 100 liters 
  • Fresh Water Tank: 200 liters 


  • Wet head with shower sump pump 
  • C-Head compost toilet (new 2017) 
  • Whale foot pump (fresh water) (rebuilt 2019) 


  • Zodiak 8’ inflatable dinghy with fiberglass bottom 
  • Yamaha outboard, 2stroke 5 HP, with 3 gallon external tank 
  • Small spare folding dinghy 

Safety Gear:

  • Kannad Marine safe link, sports pro + GPS EPIRB (new 2017) 
  • Plastimo TransOcean 4 ISO 9650 4 person life raft (new 2017) 
  • LifeSling with rode 
  • Horseshoe lifesaver. 
  • Flares 
  • 2 PFD’s with harness attachments 
  • Jacklines and harnesses  
  • 3 fire extinguishers, with 2 additional: 1 in each engine compartment 


  • 3 diesel jerry cans  
  • 1 gasoline jerry can 
  • 8 total fenders 
  • 1 boat hook 
  • Docking lines 
  • *Personal property will remain with the owner.

Brand New Eagle!  Brand new sails! Boat is ready to motor, but still needs a rigging to sail.  Can be purchased completed and ready to launch or "as is" daggerboards still need profiling and glassing. Rudders are completed but just in storage. 

Extras available include two brand new 5hp Tohatsu Propane outboards and tanks, one outboard cart,  New Harken 0 single foil roller furling. 
Located in Milton (west of Toronto) Ontario Canada +1905-691-4033  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

More pictures here

More information on the Eagle design here
Price is yet to be determined, all items available separately.

MOULDS for building Woods Transit Catamaran 38

(further information here )

Hull and side deck moulds, built under Richard Woods’ supervision in Millbrook, Cornwall (home of Woods Catamarans) and recently inspected by him.
Outstanding opportunity to build your own cruising catamaran or to create a business supplying mouldings or building boats for sale at various stages of completion. Full drawings and back up from the designers, subject to a royalty payment on each boat sold.

Storage possible by arrangement.

4 boats successfully completed, one from mouldings shipped to USA, fitted out on the east coast and then sailed through Panama Canal and onto Alaska, mainly singlehanded.
Lots more photographs available of finished boats, and visit available to one of the Transits in Millbrook, Cornwall (recently back from the Med).

Transits are spacious, performance cruisers... owning the moulds is a tremendous opportunity! £12,500.

Contact Kim Gale, 07952 661648, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 01752 823153 in Cornwall, UK. Reason for sale: Owner retiring

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

Email for more details: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
+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.

Off Les Sables, heading for Belle Isle - plenty of room for a dinghy on the trampoline

I’ve just returned from 3 months coastal hoping from Falmouth to Bordeaux and back in “The Allotment”. The return journey was my first solo 100 mile crossing of the channel.


She was great fun and handled a range of weathers. She was easy to steer in harbour and easy to manage when I was sailing single-handed. Her draught is an enormous benefit, giving easy access to harbours, rivers and nature reserves, which other boats could not use. 


Afloat till the end of October for potential buyers to experience the joy of sailing this “classic” Woods Strider.

Unbelievably still afloat in such little water (25cm draft) - Bonne Anse, Gironde


At 24’ not too big to be tucked in at the end of a pontoon in a busy marina.

With the twin dagger boards up, she has very little water resistance, which obviously is ideal for downwind sailing but also means she is very economic with fuel. 1L per hour at a steady 5 - 6kn. 

If you are into small cat sailing, you won’t be disappointed. She’s a goer, responds well, is easy to handle solo and offers a surprising amount of storage and accommodation.

Previous owner looked after her well and gave me £6000 worth of 2013 receipts to prove it. I have also lavished £££ on her (see below), so you won’t need to do the same for a few years.

The Allotment is a “standard” Strider 24 professionally built in glass-fibre by Palamos in 1989.

• SPEED Previous owner, “16 knots recorded on a reach in a flattish sea, but typically 7-11 knots in comfortable airs), and she points quite high with her twin dagger boards and bigger rig giving enhanced performance over the Club.” We’ve only reached 12kn in Falmouth but she is certainly capable of more. Maybe more importantly for me, has been the ability to reach port, without using the engine, in light airs!

• Amazingly seaworthy for a small catamaran. We negotiated 3m overlapping swells from 2 different directions when leaving the Gironde.. and, later the same day, surfed 2m swells approaching La Rochelle.


Travelling West around Isle d'Oleron – easily handling 2m swell on the beam



• Four single berths – 2 in each hull. We use the aft 2 for storage and the bunks’ mattresses in the cuddy for a double. In the warmer weather, we also sleep on the trampolines and in the fiberglass cockpit tray.

• If there’s water in the bilges, you’ve spilt your tea. Otherwise, she’s dry as a bone.

• Previous owner renewed standing rigging, running rigging, trampolines in 2013.


Just before Channel Crossing: Falmouth - Roscoff


• Previous owner added Plywood decking aft of the mast with a professionally designed and manufactured removable canvas cuddy (2013), “Makes the boat so much more comfortable when it's nippy!” I replaced one half of the ply deck in 2015. The other half is in good condition. However, the original aft-of-mast trampoline will come with the boat, if you want to reduce weight for racing etc.

• Tohatsu 6HP Sail Pro extra-long shaft (new August 2017) with alternator (we don’t use the power from the alternator, as the PV is more than adequate) and new (2017) external fuel tank.

• Sails serviced 2016. Elastic batten pockets replaced in main.

• Raymarine self-steering makes singlehanded sailing a doddle, while you shelter in the cuddy, or stand in the companion way of either hull.

• The internal accommodation in the hulls is finished with soft carpet lining.

• Twin solar panels (2016) easily provide power for: self-steering, mobile phone charging; LED nav lights (2017) and LED domestic lights (2017).

• Bimini. Removable poles bolt into tubes attached to the end of the aft beam. Using these plus the mast and shrouds, a large lightweight Bimini can be erected. Ideal for sun or rain shade.


Les Glenans - bimini a great asset - can be rigged below boom in stronger winds or for better rain protection


  • 80% of external wood (rubbing streak, useful long handrails and companionway features) replaced 2016.
80% of wood work replaced by carpenter 2016 – rain just after an oiling


• Rewired 2016.

• Starboard hull: Fitted Chart table; “built-in” Porta Potty; shelved and strapped domestic battery; cupboards.

• Port hull: hinged fitted table; removable fitted cooking surface; cupboards.

• Portholes all replaced 2016

• Kick-up rudders (serviced and sections replaced 2016 & 2017)

• Interiors re-painted. Bilges GRP’d 2016

• Canvas Cuddy redesigned and kicking strap added (2017)


Crossing Audierne Bay - 22 mile spinnaker run



Mainsail, mainsail cover (new 2015), furling genoa (new sheets 2017) and spinnaker

Anchor with 50m chain and plaited anchor warp

Fenders, mooring ropes, mooring bridle and boat hook (2016)

Raymarine 1000 self-steering – fluxgate compass replaced August 2017

Combined LED Tricolour and Anchor Masthead lights (new 2017)

(Also new 2017) 22mm Main Rail, Train and Jamming Cleat Ends

Tohatsu 6hp, Sail Pro, power prop with ready to use wired alternator (August 2017)

Twin PV solar power panels (2016) on raised backing panel.

Set of spare mainsail battens

Mast beam replaced 2017

3 Self Holding Barlow Winches, 2 winch handles

3 Jack Stays: port, starboard, cockpit (new 2017)

2 Silva compasses (one of them new 2017)

Anchor ball sign

Horse shoe lifebuoy


Plastimo tubular radar reflector (2017)



Trailer collapses to a few cm wider than a standard car (see below)


There is also a bespoke Galvanised Trailer available - no extra charge. 

The whole boat is loaded onto the expanded trailer.

The boat can be floated onto or off the trailer but would need thorough fresh water washing after use!

Once the decks and beams have been dismantled, the hull cradles slide towards the centre of the trailer.

Decks and beams then stand on edge between the hulls.

The trailer requires both axles replacing. I have the parts but not yet replaced them. 

Estimated weight 1.5T including all gear, trailer and personal effects for sailing. So, 2L+ car needed to pull the boat and gear.


Currently in Devoran, Falmouth Estuary, Cornwall (Till end of October).


Price: £10,000. 


Many more photos available.


David Gard

078 1234 3354

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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.

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

Rig - Z-Spars with twin-grooved furling gear. Bomb-proof rig with caps, intermediate and lower shrouds and diamonds - all renewed 2008. Sails - Fully battened mainsail (Westaway 2006) plus original Dick Batt sail (1997), re-furbished 2006, as spare. Twin headsails (Solo 2015/Osen). 82 sq metre Spinnaker (Solo 2015), set from bowsprit or bow turning blocks.

Electronics - Aero4gen charging 3 x 80amp hour domestic batteries. 240v 500w inverter (2007). Icom DSC VHF radio (2011), Nasa Target dual frequency Navtex, Raymarine RL70C Pathfinder Plus colour radar/ plotter with overlay and MARPA (upgraded 2008), using C charts electronic charts. Lowrance X25B fishfinder/depth (2008). Nasa Target wind and speed instrumentation. Raymarine X5 wheel auto-pilot (2014).

Galley - Fresh water electric pump to sink. Rose LPG oven and grill plus 4 burner hob and s/s sink, all with flame failure. 3 way top-loader 'fridge with 'Fridge Mate' control. Fire blanket. Sheriff gas detector with dual sensors in galley & heads.

Saloon - 'Fridge and heater controls. 3 band radio/CD player. 2 heater outlets. 2 opening forward hatches. Removable table transferable to the cockpit for al fresco dining or to form king-size berth. 2 fire extinguishers.

Heads - 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 a service). Whale electric Bilge/shower pump. Gas sensor.

2 Quarter berths - 6' 2" doubles + opening hatches. 150litres fresh water beneath. Side tables, courtesy light over, 12v and heater outlets. Net and canvass wardrobe storage.

Navigation station in Port hull with ½ size Admiralty chart desk. Barometer and chronometer. Raymarine colour radar/plotter screen (also visible from helm) AIS engine and Seame active radar (2008), DSC fixed VHF radio with remote fist mike.

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.

Cockpit - 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.

Ancillary. - Zodiac 2.6m inflatable with Suzuki 2.2 outboard (2007). Four person life raft (in bag) next service due Sept 2018.

Spring 2008 re-fit included :- All standing rigging and guardwires (plastic covered) renewed. New main halyard and topping lift. New trampolines. New stackpack and lazyjacks. New fishfinder/depthsounder and transducer. Addition of AIS engine with dedicated aerial and SOB Max software, Seame active radar, Echomax passive reflector and 4 mast steps atop mast. Complete gas installation check and verification.

Spring 2014 maintenance included new hardwood sacrificial keel shoes.
Spring 2017 maintenance included new trampolines. Repaint of cockpit floor and seats. New marine ply wash boards. New Teleflex extreme outboard control cables. New Dyneema reefing lines. New wind transducer, new speed/log paddle wheel. New galley water pump. New bearings in Aero4gen.

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 Isles of Scilly.

Contact: Jeremy Gilbert This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 07711 980586

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.

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2008 Strider 25 for sale with asymmetric spinnaker. Hardly used, kept out of the water most of the last 3 years. In beautiful condition as it's only been sailed a handful of times. It's a 2008 boat where as most Striders are 1985-89, it has the big rig and the grp deck (like the Club) which makes it much nicer to sail or stay on than the original Strider.

Hulls beautiful condition, mast rigging/running rigging all very very good condition sails in very very good condition, large asymmetric like new recently antifouled. Ready to go sailing!

£14 000 ONO Lying Millbrook, Cornwall, UK Contact Richard Clarke Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 01752 822348