The Cape Cutter 19 Class Association is pleased to announce the schedule for the International Cape Cutter 19 Week in Mylor, between 24th and 31st May. Saturday 24th – Arrivals. Free sailing. Sunday 25th – Late arrivals. Free sailing / exploring. Class dinner at Castaways, in the company of Mike Brooke, Class President. Monday 26th […]
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The Cape Cutter 19 Association has comissioned a batch of burgees. They are 12″ x 8″ and are of triple leaf construction (so that the light does not show through). They are available for members to purchase (£10 + £2.50 p&p) by contacting the treasurer (Greybeard) on the forum.
Two young Cape Cutter sailors, Aimee Erb (12) and Alice Erb (8) were recently awarded the “Grumpy II” cup at the AGM of the Old Gaffer’s Association, held at Greenwich Yacht club in London. The award was a complete surprise for the girls, who were so proud to receive the cup. The award was nominated […]
The first International Cape Cutter 19 Week will be held in Cornwall for Spring Bank Holiday, commencing on Saturday 24th May. Based at Mylor Yacht Harbour, we’ll be at the heart of the fabulous Carrick Roads, with easy sailing access to Falmouth, St Mawes, Restronguet, Malpass and Truro. These sailing waters are some of the […]
The January 2014 edition of the magazine Sailing Today has a three page article on the Cape Cutter 19. The article features Don Cousin’s boat “Dipper” which was taken for a sail by Don and Jake Frith the author. As you would expect the article is complimentary, it gives a short history of Honnor Marine, as […]
Fight for Sight on Theo’s Future Colonel Mike Brooke has published an account of his voyage around Great Britain in a Cape Cutter 19 to raise money for Moorfields Hospital and the UCL Institute of Opthalmology to research gene therapy to combat congenital blindness, which has affected his godson among thousands of others. The proceeds […]
The latest Cape Cutter 19 in build is Drift. She’s going to have a blue hull and cream sails, and will go to Lymington as soon as she’s ready. Her owner has created a blog in which he will share with us the progress of the build. Click here for Drift’s blog.
The Cape Cutter 19 designer, Dudley Dix, blogged about the Cape Cutter 19 on 9th September, 2013. Click here to read what he had to say.
There’s a very nice blog about the Cape Cutter 19 and siblings on the SA Yacht Blog. Click here.
A stunning image by Stewart Grant of Caperberry and Moth, resting at East Head, Chichester Harbour. Click the image for the full size version. Thanks for this Stewart!
The Cape Cutter 19 Association
The Cape Cutter 19 Association was formed by a group of enthusiasts dedicated to this great little yacht. The design of the Cape Cutter 19 is based on a traditional hull form which has been proved over a very long period of time to be sea kindly and rugged.
The Cape Cutter 19 can be tuned up or down depending on the owners requirement. It has proven to be a fast, capable, brave pocket cruising yacht.
This site is designed to act as a resource for both owners, potential owners and anyone interested in the Cape Cutter 19. ANYONE is welcome to join the Association!
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