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Velira here.

Last updated Febuary 2014
Boat class: Cavalier
Boat name: Velira
Sail Number: 512Y
Build date: 1967
Owner: David S Burns
Current location: Crinan, Argyllshire, Scotland
She was owned by her first owner for 20 years, I am her third owner and have owned her since 1987.

Velira was built to Lloyds 100A1 and maintained in class till 2007. She is in first class condition. She is powerd by a Yanmar 20GM engine.

Last updated September 2014
Boat class: Cavalier
Boat name: Fawn of Chichester
Sail Number: 453Y
Build date: 1966
Owner: Unknown
Current location: Milford Haven Pembrokeshire UK
We have owned her for over thirty years, we bought her from Roger Morgan, who moved out to Australia, and had spent about six years sailing her round the world, he also did the Azors and back single handed race, we still keep in touch and when he comes to the UK we go sailing together.

Fawn has been a fantastic yacht, and we have done lots of miles in her and never had a worry , I don't think you would find a better boat for two people to go crusing , great sea keeping and yet not too big to handle
* When the owner is stated as "unknown" It means that we know that the boat exists but have not made contact with the current owner as yet. This boat will also not feature on the map until it's location/ existence can be confirmed.
If you are the current owner or have seen this boat please get in touch :-)

Last updated September 2014
Boat class: Cavalier
Boat name: Tramp royal
Sail Number:
Build date: 1966
Owner: Unknown
Current location: Portsmouth
Tramp Royal is the 2nd of 6 Cheverton Cavaliers built in the 1960's in the Wing on Shing's shipyard, Hong Kong, three of which were commissioned by Lords of the realm and two of which have circumnavigated the world

Commissioned by Baron Coleraine of Haltemprice, Tramp Royal, was built to Lloyds 100 A1 classification in priceless Burma teak and named after Kiplings evocative poem.

The Poole family have owned her for 34 years, cruising in home waters as well as Holland and the Mediterranean via the French canals and Bay of Biscay