Welcome from Cornish Crabbers

Dear Members

Please use this site to enjoy the company and experience of your fellow owners and Cornish Crabber addicts. There are just two things that we would ask of you.  First, please take care not to write anything, or post photos, which might cause offence to other members.  Secondly, please do not use the forum as a means of buying or selling.

If you have an interest in purchasing spares or complete Cornish Crabber products please contact us directly on info@cornishcrabbers.co.uk .
Happy sailing.
Peter Thomas

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Further Advice Required

Started by Malcolm Radley in Crabber Mk1 and 2 yesterday. 0 Replies

New head rig arrangement

Started by Ben McKee in Pilot Cutter 30. Last reply by Iain Dickie on Saturday. 4 Replies

Pilot Cutter furling gear

Started by Gordon Fraser in Pilot Cutter 30. Last reply by Iain Dickie on Saturday. 8 Replies

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Created by David Thomas Jul 10, 2013 at 10:52am. Last updated by David Thomas Jul 10, 2013.

Your Cornish Crabbers Club

This is the official members’ section of the Cornish Crabbers Club website.

As well as being able to  use it to contact other members, you will find that our forum offers a wealth of useful information about Crabber sailing and maintenance.  If there is something you would like to know but can’t find, just post a question.  Before acting on advice that you find within the members’ section, please make yourself familiar with the Club’s disclaimer:
 
CCC members should be aware that the information and advice contained within the CCC website or given by the Club’s officers or event organisers, has been provided by members on the basis of their own personal understanding and experience.  While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that all such information is correct, the CCC, CCLLP and their contributors cannot accept any responsibility for the way this information and advice is used.  Anyone undertaking work on their boat, or setting out on the water, should satisfy themselves that they possess the necessary knowledge, experience and expertise to carry out the work or plan and complete their journey in safety.  If in doubt, members are urged to seek professional help or ask for advice from appropriate sources before putting their boat, themselves and their crew at risk.
Thank you.

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