The very first Corribee (sail number 1) designed by Robert Tucker and built at Tommy Mallon’s yard by Loch Corrib in Galway, in 1963.
Rebuilt in 1999 at Lallow’s yard in Cowes in mahogany on oak, and restored to pristine condition in 2013, again by Lallow’s, and stored undercover since.
A truly classic yacht, Corribee has lent her name to the whole class of “Corribees”, renowned for their sea-keeping abilities and traditional characteristics.
Corribees have been to the Arctic Circle, across the Atlantic and back, and of course, around Britain with Dame Ellen MacArthur in her Corribee “Iduna”.
A delightful classic yacht in pristine condition with an historic pedigree. There is more information about Corribees on line, Corribee 1 has her own entry on Wikipedia, and I can email much more information if required…