February 17, 2022 Cockwells nominated for Classic Boat Award for first Hardy to be launched in Cornish waters: please show your support and vote

Cockwells Modern & Classic Boatbuilding could win a coveted industry award if boating enthusiasts take part in a public vote between now and 9am on Monday 28 March 2022.

Following Cockwells’ acquisition of the Hardy Marine brand in 2020, the first Hardy to be completed by the Mylor-based boatbuilder and launched in Cornish waters – the Hardy 42 – has been shortlisted in the New Powered Vessel category of the 2022 Classic Boat Awards.
The Classic Boat Awards, in association with Classic Marine, celebrate the best newly-built boats and restorations in the world of classic and traditional boatbuilding.
Blending elegant looks, enhanced systems engineering and luxurious accommodation, the traditional Hardy 42, designed by Andrew Wolstenholme, has long been the serious cruiser’s choice and offers a smooth ride at more than 25 knots with her standard twin 440hp Yanmar installation, even in adverse weather conditions.
Wide, safe, walkaround decks with a generously-proportioned aft deck and flybridge provide plenty of outdoor living space for relaxing and taking in the view. Read more here.
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