Flying Kiwi

Flying Kiwi was originally called Eos A Trevor Banks 35 same as Limelight and Solar Heat She has gone through many changes over the years She still Rocks a lot of changes since my wife and i have owned her A lot of thanks to Wayne and Ian Carlson and Tim Poustie plus the crew of Bad Kitty for all there help


A very well built Farrier built in balsa core(Durakore) and epoxby Colin Haigh of Vancouver; a sister ship to Sauterelle of Victoria, built at the same time. Fitted out in 2008 with racing rig and all new carbon tape drive sails, new Anderson winches, nets and 9.9 motor by Dennis Morgan of Victoria Seldom used thereafter. Purchased 2010 by Peter Walford of Hornby Island and interior gutted and reformatted, and deck layout upgraded to match the bigger sails. 18 knots first time out.Features 2-sink galley, salt and fresh foot pumps, 3 burner stove, cabin heater, composting toilet (no holding thank= no weight),better ventilation, new windows,new LED interior lights and new electronics,reconfigured seating, galley table and nice lightweight wooden interior. Everything core/epoxy in the upgrades. Still floats high.


Simone is one of 8 Jeffcats built near Brest. Her previous owner sailed her to the Med, then the Caribbean where we bought her. As with most boats, she’s a work in progress with continual upgrades, we’ve enjoyed sailing her immensely.


Susurumba has been a live-aboard for 15 years and during that time we completed a 10 year circumnavigattion. We currently live on a floathome in Maple Bay.

Green Flash

Custom designed and build; fast (24 – 38 knot) cruising boat. Cold molded wood construction, twin diesel out-drive power.

Mustang Sally

Mustang Sally is an offshore sailing catamaran. Its is a very stiff boat with a strong overbuilt rig designed for challenging offshore passages. Lots of carbon fibre to increase strength and minimize flex and a modest rig to help stay out of trouble when wind and waves get kick-up. Comfortable accommodations as sea or at anchor for one to three couples. See web site for details.