… a fast, two person, non-trapeze dinghy designed in the 1960’s which is a joy to sail!
this Seafly Memories web site describes the development of the Seafly design from the smaller Mayfly dinghy, the various Seafly boat builders, the original Class Associations in the UK and Australia, and the places where Seaflys were sailed. There is also a register of existing and past Seafly dinghies in the UK and Northern Ireland, Australia, and Elsewhere.
Seafly Today… new Seaflys are being built by John Claridge Boats and a new UK Seafly Class Association was formed during 2016.
News and Adverts… in future, with the Seafly Class Association becoming established, the Seafly Memories web site will only show summaries of News items and very occasionally Adverts. You are directed to the Class Association Facebook Page for News Items, Seafly adverts, photo galleries and more!
- Save a SeaflySeptember 23, 2020Save a Seafly! We have one of these increasingly rare old boats at our club (no 231 – more details). Owner deceased. Boat desperately needs saving. Its all there with sails and spinnaker equipment & a good cover. Bad news is the floor is gone in places and other tails of woe. Is it viable? I hate to scrap a boat that could be saved. Contact: Godfrey Clark Phone: 07713 871802 [...]