Sailing yachts

43′ Holman Yawl – NEW BUILD

(REF: 17974)


  • Designer: Holman
  • Builder: Cornish
  • Year: in build
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 43'
  • Beam: 11'6"
  • Draft: 6'4"

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Wooden ships comments on this 43′ Holman yawl design

A new build, currently under construction.
The original design is for  bermudian yawl. Ed Burnett has designed an efficient gaff yawl rig which on this fine Holman hull we think combines the advantages of the pinnacle of the modern hull form design with the charm of vintage sailing.

She has the classic counter but not as exaggerated as the older boats, she has the beam we expect of the modern yacht which gives generous volume inside, she has a large cock-pit so you are not perched on the deck like so many of the older yachts and she has  interior volume for a comfortable cabin.

Built by one of Cornwall’s traditional old boat-builders for himself with the maximum attention to detail, nothing spared when time was not a consideration but time and the years have caught up with him and he is now not going to be fit enough to sail her when finished.

She is at the stage when she could be finished as the original bermudian yawl or to the new gaff yawl plans.

Hull is complete and has now been faired and painted.  The deck is partly laid with deck beams and carlings in place.

43′ Holman Yawl – NEW BUILD

Built of strip plank epoxy with all bronze strap floors and fittings.

Lead keel and bronze keel bolts.

Yacht laid solid teak deck.

Plans for interior layout, mechanical systems and electrics can all be tailored to suit the new owners needs.

The detailed Ed Burnett fit-out specification is available.

Do phone us for more information about this is fantastic opportunity to get a new build yacht without waiting for one to be built,  whilst still being able to stamp a personal mark and adapt the plans to suit individual needs.


These particulars have been prepared in good faith from information provided by the Vendors and are intended as a guide, Wooden Ships cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. The Purchaser should instruct his agent or surveyor to validate all details as necessary and satisfy himself with the condition of the vessel and its equipment.