28-31 August 2014

Amelie Rose

Based in north Dorset, the Amelie Rose was launched in 2009 by two people who quit their City jobs in IT to reconnect people with Britain’s maritime heritage and island story. The charm of this boat is obvious as soon as you see her bobbing in the harbour. With wide, flush decks this lovingly built wooden ship offers plenty of space for its crew, despite being smaller than some others. Below decks she is light and airy, with an open-plan arrangement and a reading light for each bed. A wood-fired heating stove and glowing oil lamps makes the big oak dining table a great place for the crew to gather to dine together on the hearty fare prepared on board and spin tall tales of exotic lands and foreign ports. The captain is also of the considered opinion that there is no such thing as too much tea!


Country of Registration UK
Class B
Year built 2009
Rig Gaff Cutter
Length 13.41m

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