13 boats are already signed up for this year’s rally, and there’s room for more. We will launch at Largs in the Firth of Clyde on 27th May, and (weather permitting)sail via the Crinan Canal to Oban and Dunstaffnage on 5th June. We will be staying overnight mostly in marinas, but there will be at least one night on moorings and one at anchor in the glorious Puilladobhrain Anchorage, so a few of us will be towing our tenders. The route takes us through some of the most beautiful sailing areas in Britain, and with rapid tides and narrow channels there’ll be plently of chances to hone our seamanship. If you would like to bring your Cape Cutter (or Cape Henry)to join us, please register via the thread on the Forum
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!
To join the Association contact the webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org
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