Brixham Heritage Sailing Regatta and Rally
A celebration of vessels from a bygone era
Regatta 2023 Entrants
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"Little Tern"
Launched in 2005, Little Tern is sailed by Lin and Dave Dickens and is based at Noss on the River Dart. 
She was built by Dartmouth boat builder, Pete Nash who modelled her hull design on Claude Worth’s Tern III. 
Her rig was designed by Ed Burnett and she carries a mainsail, staysail, jib and topsail. She displaces 12 tons and her length on deck is11.3m. 
She has traditional carvel construction with larch and pitch pine planking on grown oak frames.

"Pilgrim of Brixham"
Built by JW & A Upham in Brixham in 1895 and fished out of Brixham until 1912.

She was then sold to Swedish owners and until 1999 was in Nordic waters as a fishing, cargo, private yacht and sail training vessel.

She returned to the UK and was fully restored between 2009-2012.

Now charity owned and operated undertaking seasonal sailings April-October each year.

Sailing area is South West England and North West France.