the Hurley range. One of the most popular small cruisers of all time,
Robert Tucker's diminutive mini cruiser arrived in 1959 and by 1967
had tempted over two thousand customers. Early (Mk 1) boats were plywood
(hence the chines); most Mk IIs were GRP while the Mk III was moulded
by Hurley Marine to a radically revamped design. Her low cost, good
looks and predictable handling have won her many friends.
also designed the Corribee, Coromandel, Silhouette S21, Caprice, Fantasie
19, Ballerina, Madeira 17, Matilda, White Squaw, Contessa (not the
David Sadler Contessa 26 or 32 but the one built by Bridge Marine
out of mahogany) plus many other fantastic small boats.