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Price reduced from £1750.00 to £1500.00


This delightful mini-cruiser designed and built originally in plywood in 1960 by Stanley Smith of the Isle of Wight and they were known as West Wight Potter sailboats. The original West Wight Potters were 14 feet in length overall, had a beam of five feet-three inches and weighed 540 lbs.

This delightful example is the later GRP design trailer-able sailboat and is circa 1965/1980. It is at home inland and of shore. It was originally designed to cross the Atlantic It is very well presented and we understand it is ready to sail. Affectingly known as “Potter Yachters” these sailboats are easy to rig and launch, and can be parked and stored in a typical garage.

Boat Details:

West Wight Potter 14ft C Type

Boat name: Trekka

Propulsion; Sail, outboard and oars

Designer: Stanley Type C

Boat dimensions

LOA: 14ft; LWL 13ft; Draft 7/8ins keel up & 3ft Keel down; LWL 13ft; Beam 5ft 3ins

Storage; 3 cockpit lockers and inside cabin: Dry weight approx 540lbs


Hull Moulded GRP; Cabin Moulded GRP; Finish Gel-coat; Lifting Keel Steel


Berths 2; Cooker, single burner. Much gear and equipment included.

Mast and Rigging

Spars; aluminium: Type of rig; Yawl: Standing Rigging; stainless steel recent and in good condition: Spinnaker gear; Yes:


Head sail Yes; Head Sail; Yes: Reefing Roller-Boom; Additional sails and much gear

Deck Gear

Anchors; 2: Anchor Chain; yes not measured:

Warps, fenders, boat hook, Life jackets, Bilge pump


Engines; British seagull outboard; 2: Cruising Speed knots


Single axle road trailer, rubber torsion suspension, jockey wheel and winch

Particulars are intended only as a guide and do not form or constitute a term of any contract. Prospective buyers are strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey. No guarantee is implied or given. “South Ferriby Marina Ltd” as agents is acting only for the vendor who is not selling in the course of business