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Lochin 33 motor boat – Plymouth, Devon

SeaRegs have a Lochin 33 available for charter either from our Plymouth base or further afield can be arranged for an additional fee. The Lochin 33 is a work boat, commonly used as a dive boat or fishing charter boat. Our Lochin 33 has spent the last 15 years working as a Committee Boat in the Solent. She has many uses for charter whether it’s as a support vessel, committee boat, media boat or just for exploring rivers.

The Boat

In the 1980’s, the R.N.L.I. chose the Lochin 33 as the basis for the ‘Brede Class’ Lifeboat and these craft served them well for almost 20 years. The same craft were adopted by the South African equivalent of the R.N.L.I. known as the National Sea Rescue Institute (N.S.R.I.). The Lochin 33s were also built for pilots, police patrol craft and passenger carriers as well as many charter and leisure vessels. Our Lochin 33, ‘Knights Challenge’, was built in 1990 and has a long wheelhouse, safe stable working deck and twin Yanmar diesel engines on shaft drives. She is equipped with chartplotter, colour radar, AIS, Navtex, intercom, autopilot and twin VHF radios. She is Category 2 commercially coded (up to 60 miles) for up to 8 persons. She is a training boat, so she has some knocks and scratches, but we keep her mechanically well maintained, clean and with an ample supply of tea and coffee.

Discover the beauty of Plymouth Sound, the tranquility of the Rivers Tamar and Lynher, anchor in ‘Dandy Hole’, one of Britain’s top anchorages.

Click to view the RYA Guide to Navigating the Tamar or the RYA Guide to Navigating the Lynher

Booking

‘Knights Challenge’ is available for skippered charter and can accommodate up to 7 people.

Daily rate:  £450 including skipper and vat,

1/2 day rate: £350 including skipper and vat.

Charter fee excludes fuel which is charged at cost.

Further information and booking please email Vicky Jinks or call 01752 408270

Day Boat Yacht Charter available in Plymouth Sound, Devon. Explore the River Lynher and Tamar or enjoy lunch ashore in Cornwall. Saltash is on the Cornish side of the River Tamar nestling under Brunel’s famous bridge.