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Welcome to the Cornish Crabbers Club
For owners and admirers of all boats built by Cornish Crabbers
Based in Scotland, a former long term Shrimper owner who currently owns a Crabber Mk1 called Ruach. He can usually be found sailing around the Clyde or even further afield.
Peter Thomas - Builder's Representative firstname.lastname@example.org
Julian now owns a Crabber 26 Summer Breeze, having upgraded from his earlier Crabber 22 - Coco, previously having upgraded from a Shrimper just four years ago. His boat is moored in Bosham Channel, and his sailing these days is predominantly in the Solent and points West. He enjoys organising events and hopes that he can spread the enjoyment to other owners around our coast!
Michael owns a 1987 Shrimper 19 called 'Henrietta' (Sail number 262, Green hull with white sails if you see him out on the water) moored at Mylor near Falmouth, Cornwall. Actively taking part in local racing but also exploring the various creeks throughout the Carrick Roads with fellow Cornish Crabbers and Shrimpers.
Julian Biggs - Events Co-ordinator
Zoe has worked at Cornish Crabbers in an Accounts role for several years. But outside of this she lives in Cornwall, by the sea, and all of her pastimes are based on the water and around our beautiful coastline.
After a full marine industry apprenticeship under the guidance of his yacht designer father David Thomas, Peter joined Cornish Crabbers as a salesman in 2003. Now as owner and Managing Director He is keen to promote the importance of the Cornish Crabbers Club and offer support and advice to members and the committee where appropriate. Happy Sailing!
To give you an idea of who is responsible for what within the Committee here is brief description of what each role entails:
Committee Members Role Outlines
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Chris is a Marine Engineer who has been sailing since being a cadet at the age of sixteen. He currently own a Crabber 26, after previously owning a Crabber 22, Chris is also a regular participant, along with his wife, at the annual Crabber rally.