Sea Scamp

Sea Scamp is a classic Bermudan sloop, built in 1936 for the German Luftwaffe. She was brought to the UK in 1945, raced by the Royal Marines, then operated as a training ship by the Royal Navy and the Sea Scouts.

In 1984 she was bought by two enthusiasts who set up the Sea Scamp Syndicate to sail and maintain her.

The Syndicate welcomes anyone keen to sail a classic yacht with a rich history.

To find out more about Sea Scamp, or to book a weekend sail, send us an email to mail@seascamp.org.uk

Sea Scamp Sailing

2022 season

The 2022 season is subject to change, depending on Covid restrictions. The current plan is to launch Sea Scamp at the start of April and sail weekends from Shamrock Quay until the end of June. Then,  Sea Scamp will go West for classic racing from Brixham to Paimpol, then along

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Sea Scamp has been adapted for weekend and week-long cruising, but retains her 1936 shape and structure, including the original wooden mast. She is a fast and exciting boat to sail.

 

Video courtesy of Eddy Jackson.