to WoodenBoat.com or

Cape Cutter 19


Category: Sailboats Cruising
Cape Cutter 19
Cape Cutter 19
Cape Cutter 19

The Cape Cutter 19 is a production GRP boat in the UK but can also be built by amateur builders from plans. The lapstrake plywood hull is traditional English workboat in image, with long waterline and gaff rig. It is a surprisingly fast little boat and very seaworthy. It has a raised sheer with flush deck to give excellent interior volume for weekending or short holidays afloat. With 4 berths, a small galley and stowage for a portable heads, the Cape Cutter 19 suits a small family for coastal cruising and gunkholing. Powering is with a small outboard that stays permanently in a well just forward of the rudder. It has lead internal ballast and a steel centreplate for windward ability. The Cape Cutter 19 is sized to fit inside a shipping container, allowing it to be shipped to distant parts of the world for expanded cruising options.



DESIGN SPECS
Designer:
Dudley Dix
Year of Design:
2000
LOA:
19' 0"
Beam Length:
7' 3"
Draft Length:
1' 6" plate up, 4' 0" plate down
Displacement:
2425lb to DWL, 1920lb light
Materials:
Wood
Propulsion:
sail, outboard in well
Skill Level to Build:
semi-skilled
Cost:
Plans US$400, study pack $35, plus shipping. Hull and deck panel patterns optional extra
Website:
Contact Information:

1340-1272 N Great Neck Rd #343

Virginia Beach VA 23454
Phone: (757)962-9273

<< VIEW ALL BOAT PLANS & KITS