October 2020

The all new Clipper 160

The Clipper is a 50-metre 3-masted gaff schooner with a capacity of 6 hi-cube TEUS plus 2 40-foot containers.

Built in steel and aluminium, the new schooner follows the same principles established by the Clipper 100 and the Clipper 64. The new ship has a crew of 10 plus 12 passengers, a sail area of 814 square metres and twin electric auxiliary motors.

All major concept and design work is complete. Details soon.

The all new E-Cat 50

This vessel is a 15-metre sailing cargo catamaran or solar-electric tourist or ferry boat.

The hulls are specially developed low-drag fibreglass modules with custom aluminium decks and superstructure. The vessel has a cargo capacity of 15 pallets plus 8 passengers or 80 plus passengers as a ferry. The new cat has a solar input of 13kW and is a zero emission, zero pollution boat, designed to be entirely self-sufficient, low maintenance and able to be beached with front end loading.

Designed with inter-island Pacific trade in mind, the new cat will be available as a kit shipped out in prefabricated components for local assembly. Drawings and full specifications available soon.

The Clipper 100 MKIII

This boat has been developed and enlarged after extensive consultation. The boat is an evolution of the original with an increase of cargo capacity to 4 X standard TEUS plus 24 pallets or 100 pallets. There is increased accommodation, a lightering pontoon, increased deck space and a safer, more efficient cargo handling system. Link: Clipper 100.

For more information contact Derek Ellard derek@scruffie.com

"When the wind of change blows, some build walls, others build windmills."

— Chinese proverb

"We build sailing ships."

— Go Sail Cargo


Contact Derek Ellard derek@scruffie.com