David Cheverton was one of Robert Tucker’s rivals in the small boat market, and this design was one of the most popular small wooden boats of the early and mid-1960s. Built of mahogany, she had a
compact, easily-handled rig, and four berths in a practical cruising interior. A Mk II version, launched in 1966, had a more powerful rig and improved specification.

LOA 7.47m (24ft 6in), LWL 5.79m (19ft), beam 2.44m (8ft), draught 1.15m (3ft 8in), displacement 1,227kg (2,700lb). Price guide: £2,500 to £7,000.