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Seafly 231 – Chloe

Nigel Izzard writes (May 2018): My father Alan Izzard recently passed away, I am trying to find a solution for our Seafly. My Dad hand made the boat...

Seafly 425

I bought unnamed Seafly C425 from a member of Exe Sailing Club earlier this year. Little is known of its history, it was very the worse for wear...

Seafly 414

Leandro Tramma from Dundee Sailing Club writes: “My wife Elisabetta and I are happily reporting that we are new proud owners of a Seafly, sail number C414. We...

Seafly 378 – Puzzle

“Seafly 378, ‘Puzzle’ was of composite wood/fibreglass resin construction, manufactured by South Devon Boatbiuilders.  I  bought it from a chap who sailed it at Chew Valley and used it...

Seafly 639 – Waterloo

Waterloo is now sailing at Chew Valley Lake Sailing Club. A couple of recent pics are attached – one from the 2017 Nationals alongside 701. Tom Skailes, March...

Seafly 346 – Arry

Arry was built by Capital Industries and first owned by Reg Gillard of Canberra Yacht Club; Moulded, White GRP hull with brown deck. Australian National Champion, 1979 sailed...

Seafly 340 – Leah

Seafly 340 Leah was built by Brian Lay; First owned by Barry Schick (Canberra Yacht Club). At sometime later it would appear to have been named Seaweed.