Sailing yachts

‘Lone Gull 11’ Bermudan cutter

(REF: 18203)


  • Designer: Griffiths, Maurice
  • Builder: Whisstocks of Woodbridge, Suffolk.
  • Year: 1972
  • Location: Southampton, Hants
  • Length on deck: 28'
  • Beam: 9'
  • Draft: 3'6

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Wooden Ships Comments on this ‘Lone Gull 11’ Bermudan Cutter 


The Lone Gull 11 is a Maurice Griffiths design from the 1960’s, ideal for shallow draft areas or to take the ground.  Spacious accommodation with standing headroom due to the raised topsides.  A well kept boat, regularly maintained.

‘Lone Gull 11’ Bermudan cutter


Carvel iroko planking on sawn oak frames, copper fastened.

Marine ply deck, sheathed and painted.

Teak coachroof and cockpit coamings, varnished.  Sheathed ply coachroof deck.  Marine ply washboards.

Self draining cockpit.  Tiller steering.

Iron external ballast keel with twin bilge plates.



Bermudan Cutter

Deck-stepped built wooden mast, varnished.  Varnished wooden boom, slab reefed.

Self-tacking varnished wooden staysail boom.

Stainless steel standing rigging 20 yrs old.  Galvanised rigging screws.

Sails:  Mainsail, jib, staysail and balloon jib.



Perkins 15hp diesel.  Approx 1985. Single lever control.  3 blade prop.  Cruising speed 5 kts, max 6 kts.

2 x 12v batteries

Bilge pumps:  1 manual, 1 electric.

Engine has been maintained annually by Emsworth Shipyard.




4 berths.  Double forecabin + 2 saloon berths.

Baby Blake heads.  Gimballed paraffin galley cooker.  Charcoal cabin heater.



Sestrel compass, sounder/log.  DSC VHF.  Autopilot. Windvane. GPS. 3 anchors.  SL manual windlass.  Sprayhood, cockpit cover, winter cover.


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