A 1930 BERMUDIAN CUTTER designed by Warrington Smythe and built by Ponshardon Shipyard, Falmouth, Cornwall


Boat Details

Overall Length: 18ft
Waterline: 17ft 4ins
Beam: 6ft 6ins
Draught: 4ft 2ins
Displacement: 4 Tons TM
Engine: 12hp Dolphin (1998)
Berths: 2
Sail: Three-Quarter Bermudian Rig
Designer: Warrington Smythe
Builder: Ponshardon Shipyard
Year Built: 1930's
Location: Isle of Wight


A circa 1930 Bermudian Cutter designed by Warrington-Smythe and built by Ponshardon Shipyard, Falmouth, Cornwall.

Carvel pitch-pine on steamed bent oak timbers and grown oak frames. Teak deck with marine-ply sheathing and treadmaster finish. Teak brightwork.

Deck stepped 28ft spruce mast (2002) 10ft boom, 4ft 8ins bowsprit. Stainless steel standing rigging. Quay terylene sails (2002) Slab reefing main. Three quarter rig sets about 245 sq. ft.
Large Cruising Shute, Trisail, Small Spinnaker, Main, Jib, Staysail.
12hp Dolphin two cylinder petrol engine, 1998, about 500 hours since manufacturers overhaul. Last serviced 2014. Two blade propeller. 4.5 gallon fuel capacity.
Seavoice VHF Radio, GPS, Heath Marine Compass, Nasa Sounder, Nasa Log.
Danforth anchor, Full Winter Cover, Inshore Pack.


A most attractive traditional ‘pocket cruiser’ offered for sale for the first time in nearly a quarter of a century. Carefully maintained and sailed in the current ownership.
Summer 2015 exterior re-paint and anti-fouling.
Guide Price: £5,950

Lying: Isle of Wight
Viewing: Through the brokers
Classic Yacht Brokerage – 01905-356482 /

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