Yard: William A. Souter and Son.  Year: 1964.

Designers: John Illingworth, Angus Primrose.

L: 31.66 Ft.  LWL : 24.5 Ft.  B: 9.34 Ft.  D 5.83 Ft.  D : 5,3 tons.

Ensign: UK.  VAT paid.


Genoa on roller.

Slab reefing mainsail.


Originally, 18 sails would power this wonderful boat which ended up 3 rd in its RORC Class III of the 1965 Fasnet Race (created by John Illingworth) under her original name Green Highlander III..

Since, the boat has been cruising with a roller genoa and a slabreefed main. The cutter stay is removable.


YANMAR 2 GM 20 HP lightly used, has replaced the original petrol engine.

Tank:  ca 50 l.

Two blade propeller.


The boat is not much equipped by modern standards. Buying such a boat means being motivated by an aesthetic interest. The main thing being that the boat is in good structural condition. Which is what we believe. A survey is recommended.

Illingworth and A. Primrose were the designers for prestigious boats such as Oryx, Outlaw, Gipsy Moth IV, the Maïca, all boats from an era, and what an era…

The hull is made of 5 or 6 plies of mahogany. Teak decked.

Loch-speedo : RAYMARINE.

Wind force and direction : BROOKES and GATEHOUSE HENGIST.

Autopilot : RAYMARINE.

Automatic battery charger.


Standing and running rigging have been changed. Double spreaders. Lever running backstays.

Since the present owner bought her, some 9 years ago, Green hackle has undergone many maintainance works.

Every winter the boat has been taken out of the water and winterized under a shed.