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
For those who require more room, the greater length and beam of the Drascombe Longboat provides an even roomier day boat than the timeless Lugger… ideal for exploring the coast, or more energetic sailingSee more
The Drascombe Coaster is a small cruising yacht. based upon the hull of the Longboat. With the addition of the cabin the rig has been slightly reduced, providing an ideal long weekender for two people, with longer cruising available for the more adventurous.See more
The Drascombe Gig is the largest boat in the Drascombe range, originally designed for use as a naval sail training vessel. Sea cadets, colleges and naval training establishments all train crews in the Drascombe Gig.See more
Introduced in 2006 the Drascombe Drifter 22 is a relatively new addition to the fleet. Retaining the distinctive yawl rig the Drifter has developed John Watkinson’s original design incorporating many features creating the ideal trailer sailor.See more
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