Cape Cutter 19


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Standard Specification

Note a detailed specification is held on our Cape Cutter 19 site HERE

Standard Boat Price:

24750.00 Including VAT at 20%

Trailer Price:

2995.00 Including VAT at 20%


RCD Category "C"


GRP Hull and Deck (Oxford blue/Ivory)

Hull biscuit tin type sealed, with balsa cored epoxy bonded deck. Includes 2 bilge runners for drying out

300Kg internal lead ballast

Galvanised rudder on 6-1 purchase winch

First quality hardwood trim
Douglas fir spars

Suit of terylene tanbark sails- Main, genoa (wire luff furling- furler included) and hanked staysail

Synthetic cordage
Spinlock halyard jammers
2 no 6 Lewmar winches
2 316 Stainless Steel cleats in cockpit (all stainless steel fittings are 316 grade)

GRP balanced rudder with laminated tiller with Stainless Steel tiller head

Bomar fore hatch hatch
Bilge pump fitted

complete upholstery pack, cabin fitted out with canvas storage packets


Vital Statistics:


Length Overall:

7.20m (23ft 7.5in)

Waterline Length:

5.50m (18ft 0in)


2.20m (7ft 2in)

Draft (Centre Plate Up):

0.45m (1ft 5in)

Draft (Centre Plate Down):

1.22m (4ft 0in)

Weight (Complete)- excluding engine and passengers:

1150Kg (2535Ibs)


Sail Areas



10.20m2 (109.8 Sq Ft)


4.58m2 (49.3 Sq Ft)


13.32m2 (143.4 Sq Ft)


28.10m2 (302.5 Sq Ft)


The Cape Cutter 19 is a pretty gaff cutter with an exceptional turn of speed. Stiff in a breeze due to her lead ballast she is much admired where ever she goes.

She may be tuned up to race or down for family sailing, as the mood suits. All lines lead safely back to the cockpit so is ideal for short handed sailing.

She has gained an incredible following in such a short space of time for being a sea kindly boat- one Cape Cutter sailed around the UK in 2008, another sailed over 3000 miles around Singapore.

She has also won the world famous "Round the Island" race, (Isle of Wight) two years consecutively in class in 2009 and 2010. This is partly due to being a modern boat, she has benefitted from recent developments in Computer Aided Design in creating a slippery underwater profile.

Chris and Kathryn Wicks keep a diary on the Association web site about their Cape Cutter 19 "Kaliope" adventures (Tales from the Aegean) which epitomises what fun owning a Cape Cutter 19 can be, from regatta racing to just having a great time with friends! The page includes some fantastic picture albums, along with a great narrative. Some of these photographs appear in the album below.

With a positive stability to 110 degrees she offers a very stable platform, for both beginners and experienced sailors alike. For a full specification please visit the dedicated Cape Cutter 19 web site by clicking the image below. For pricing and options click HERE or click on the picture in the bottom of the left hand column.

With the addition of the custom designed trailer she is ideal for trailing to new destination to explore new waterways and with her retractable centreboard can reach into creeks and coves unreachable by other deeper keeled craft

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