Achterwasser with Katrina

Many thanks to Frank in Germany for providing us with a great video of his trip with ‘Katrina’ to Achterwasser in North East Germany last summer. It looks like a fabulous place to sail; I can feel a Cape Cutter 19 CA week coming on, if Frank will organise it. ūüėČ  

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Small Craft Advisor – July edition

US magazine, Small Craft Advisor, carried two Cape Cutter 19 articles in it’s July 2012 issue. We’re a bit slow at finding out about these things, hence only being able to report it now, but the magazine is available to download for a few dollars, and well worth it. It features¬†Martin Stretch at the helm […]

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Design and Stability

The Cape Cutter 19 design originates from¬†the¬†classic old gaff cutter work boats and successfully combines old world charm with advancements in construction, performance and comfort. As a modern design she is faster than many of her contemporaries, and, because of lead ballast, stiffer in a blow. The Cape Cutter 19 boasts a high peaked gaff […]

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History

The Cape Cutter 19 was developed by Nick & Lyndsay Voorhoeve. Their mission was to provide an outstanding classic yacht for sailing pleasure. Their love of traditional boats developed in¬†the¬†Caribbean¬†where¬†they purchased and renovated a¬†Dudley Dix¬†designed Shearwater excursion schooner for day sailing. Impressed by her good looks and sailing ability, Nick and Lyndsay contacted Dudley on¬†their […]

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Zephyr

Zephyr is sail number 47 and was built at Cape Yachts in South Africa in 2003. She was then shipped to the UK in a container. By late 2003 she was living on a mooring in Lymington and sailed on and around The Solent. She was then sold and moved to Stranford Lough in Northern […]

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