European Regional Development Fund
- Superyacht Tenders
- Sail and Motor Yachts
Type: 48ft Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter
Designer: Cockwells | Replica of the Pilot Cutter, Peggy
Merlin is three feet longer than Peggy to provide a larger saloon and workshop space.
Crafted over two years, we followed traditional methods, constructing her hull from an oak frame and larch planking cut from the round, and casting bespoke bronze fittings to the highest standards.
Merlin’s build was featured over seven monthly issues of Classic Boat magazine in 2010.
Her owner uses Merlin for corporate and private charters, wildlife expeditions and charitable work in the UK, Brittany, the Baltic and further afield. You can read more about her here.
Length Overall: 14.6m
Length Waterline: 13.1m
Beam Overall: 4.11m
Design Draft: 2.29m
Displacement: Approx. 26tonnes
Speed: 7 knots
12V DC system and sockets
240V AC system shore power and sockets
VHF antenna and GPS aerial
Hot and cold running water
Galley with fridge, hob, oven
Oak rudder fitted with wooden tiller complete with bronze fittings and copper strap
Rig Mast type: Nobel spars
Sails (SKB Terylene in off-white)
Deck and cockpit finished in teak
Aft cabin with en-suite
Starboard double birth
Mirror and shallow drawer with shelves as dressing area