The Dabber is the smallest boat in the Drascombe range. At 4.72 m (15’ 6”) in length,it is small enough to fit in the family garage but is still big on performance.See more
Where it all began - The Drascombe Lugger, originally designed by John Watkinson in 1965, the Lugger has become synonymous with the Drascombe name.See more
The wooden parts on all of our Drascombes are now made from Iroko, a hard wood which is incredibly versatile. We are proud that all of our woodwork is hand machined, and then hand crafted to get the correct fit, we pride ourselves on the finished products which come out of our workshop.See more
From the drop plate rudder to give extra steering on the Dabber, to a curved laminated tiller to clear your engine, these along with the Roller conversion kit, are all available to bring your Dabber up to the latest spec. Some have added a tabernacle to make raising and lowering your mast easier, these are just some of the options available.See more
Here we have for sale a Drascombe Drifter (No. 081, Year 1979). Comes with a white painted hull, duck egg blue deck and has been anti-fouled.See more
Here we have a 2003 Drascombe Dabber (No. 002) with a white hull with blue painted topland, black antifoul and duck egg blue decks.See more
Designed for the basis of the original Drifter, the D22 was the creation of the late Stewart Brown, with its twin keels, and spacious cockpit and cabin area, she is a spacious boat which sleeps two in the cabin, we want to give the owners space to move, and not feel cramped, unlike some boat designs.Read more
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