Archive for South Coast

Hawkwind

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Owned by Vaughan Gibson

Home Port  –  Southampton

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Rebellion

SR off Jurrasic Coast

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Owneed by Tony Hepworth, Secretary of TOA – used to own Tomahawk Bumble B,

Home Port  –  Gosport

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Tumeegum

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Owned by Brian Cairns

Home Port Brighton

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Alchiefs

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Owned by  –  Paul Davies

Home Port  –  Netley Cliff

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Hoka-Hey

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Owned by –  Richard Allum

Home Port  –  Emsworth

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Haida of Wareham

Named Haida prior to registration in 1983 the name is derived from the Haida, a tribe of North American Indians indigenous to the Queen Charlotte Islands off the West Coast of British Columbia. They are renowned for their craftsmanship, in particular carved totem poles and their sense of conservation. “If you need two fish for breakfast then catch two”. Skilled travelers and navigators, a significant number of the HAIDA are complished sea plane bush pilots. Apart from being pronounceable the name seemed appropriate for a Tomahawk “of Wareham” because Redclayffe Yacht Club is at Wareham and I was born there.

Mahaska

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Owned by  –  Imogen Makepease and John Somerville

Home Port  –

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Megiala

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Owned by  –  Clive Hookham

Home Port  –  Hythe

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Pintail

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Owned by  –  Geoffrey Ashton

Home Port  –  Hythe

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Moccasin (ex Murdo)

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Owned by  –  David Pugh

Home Port  –  Portsmouth

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