Sailing BoatsCuttersCape Cutter MarineWindward Cutter 14
Windward Cutter 14 - from Cape Cutter Marine
A great opportunity to purchase an almost brand new ex demonstrator show boat with a saving of over £4000.
Off the original plans of the Bill Bailiff Lune Pilots! Snoopy has a shallow long keel making her ideal for beaching, fishing, picnicking and camping, Plenty of room for all the family to play Swallows and Amazons in!
The Windward cutter is a 14-foot gaff cutter with a traditional jib and staysail rig, paired with a high peaked main carrying a generous sail area.
Main Sail: 7.5 m2
Jib Sail: 1.6 m2
Stay Sail: 1.5 m2
The hull is double chine with a raked transom and a long shallow keel with bilge runners which give extra purchase through the water when sailing to windward. The hull is finished in white, with hempel red anti-fouling.
Sapele hardwood for the gunwale, thwarts and foredeck. The thwarts are all sealed and foam filled for buoyancy.
The long keel and built-in ballast negates the need for a centre plate which permits a large spacious cockpit complimented by wide thwarts both across and down the sides of the boat.
There is a large easily accessible stern locker which is both waterproof and lockable and there is also a large covered storage area under the foredeck.
The hull, deck and mast fittings are all in high quality 316 stainless steel. Additionally, the keel and bilge runners are in stainless steel. The standing rigging is all in stainless steel and the running rigging in high-quality braid on braid rope, also includes rowlock sockets and rowlocks.
The boat comes on CE certified trailer (that has only been in the water twice), with easy recovery rollers and bunks and a powerful easy to use winch.
Includes a 3hp Mariner 4 stroke outboard. Two covers, one for when rigged and one when the mast is un-stepped.
The boat was built in 2018 and displayed at the 2018 Southampton Boat Show. Stored until launched in May 2019, it has been used a couple times only under outboard power. The classic burgundy sails have never been raised or out of the sail bag. ...Read full description