Myfanwy on the Orwell

Myfanwy with cruising chute set

Myfanwy waiting to float off, Pin Mill hard

Historically she has sailed the south coast and made channel passages on many occasions. We think she will become a firm favourite for members who are looking for a practical, safe yacht to sail with the family.


Children Sail Myfanwy

Caressa

Of great importance to the club is the idea of river sailing. Drifting along on the ebb and flow, finding a safe anchorage as dusk sets, deep into one of the rivers of Sussex and Essex. To follow in the wake of Maurice Griffiths, Myfanwy is the ideal little ship.

With only 3'6" of draft she can take you further up the creek than most and allow you to take to the mud for a truly perfect opportunity to enjoy the local scenery and wildlife.

Myfanwy has an excellent pedigree. Built to Lloyds 100A1, she was runner up in 1965 Lloyds yacht trophy for outstanding design, workmanship and materials.

Seafood lunch in cockpit of Myfanwy

Myanwy has real character. On board she presents a large, spacious, deep cockpit with room for four to take part n sailing. When moored, her large, bespoke cockpit cover makes the cockpit useable ina ll weathers. Her tan sail, raised cabin and round bronze portholes running below the rubbing strake set in a band of varnished iroko lend her a distinguished line and appearance.

Saloon in Myfanwy

Inside her beamy accomodation makes the saloon light and airy with two berths and an ingeneous pipe cot that magically appears from beneath the deck. Forward separate heads and a forecabin with two bunks.

Myfanwy galley

 

Look at Hampshire Maid
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