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Eastwood 24
Cave Adsum was an Eastwood 24, built on the Senior 23 fibreglass hull, in the late 60's. She had a BMC 1.5 diesel engine with a conventional shaft drive. Fitted with a large keel, with a true displacement hull, she had very good directional stability at slow speeds.

Hardy Pilot

Red Pepper was a 20ft Hardy Pilot with a Suzuki 50hp four stroke outboard.
A very attractive boat, she was very easy to maneuver, but the accommodation was a little cramped for us. (Especially the Loo !)

Hampton Safari

Harmony is a 25ft ex-hire Norfolk Broads inland motor cruiser. She has four berths and is very well fitted out for her diminutive size, thanks to the full headroom throughout. A floating 'Cottage', with central heating and hot water system etc.

Hampton Boats History Page

After I bought the Hampton, I researched the class and was very forutunate to meet Mrs Hampton, wife of the late designer, Alec. I am most grateful for her assistance in supplying most of the material.

Shetland Cadet Weekender

The Cadet is rather like Dr. Who's Tardis. She is a complete mini-cruiser, with 2 berths, galley & loo, seats 4, and yet is only 15 feet long and is easily trailed.

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