Excalibur 36

In her day, the Excalibur was regarded as a large ocean cruiser and offshore

racer. Designed by E G van de Stadt in 1964, 52 were built by Southern

Ocean Shipyards in Poole on Tyler mouldings, with a sturdy masthead rig

stepped on the coachroof. She is long, slim, weatherly and sea-kindly with

a comfortable motion in a seaway and has a number of serious ocean

passages to her credit, as well as being highly successful in RORC Class II.

She was built to the exacting Lloyds

+100A1 standard and, like most

Tyler hulls, has lasted well and

there’s a low risk of osmosis.

She has traditionally designed

accommodation for six. The layout

works well at sea, though with

just 10ft (3m) beam, space is

restricted. She is a good option as

a first offshore cruiser and prices

are reasonable.

LoA 10.97m (36ft) LWL 8.01m (26ft 3in)

beam
3.01m (10ft) Draught 1.82m

(5ft 11in) Displacement 6,567kg (14,448lb)

YM report
December 1994