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Based on a 1936 design by Laurent Giles, the Vertue II is the latest GRP version of this classic small cruiser. After winning the Vertue Cup, Laurent Giles entitled the class the Vertue, making minor modifications to the hull and coachroof design. There were various 'tweaks' to the Vertue lines over the years, including different coachroof designs, and slight alterations to the sheer. Above: Behind the hanging space opposite the heads is a bank of drawers for bosuns stores etc.
We’re delighted to be launching this new website with information about the Laurent Giles designed Vertue Class of small cruising yacht.
As well as some essential background detailing the History and Design of Vertues and their creator Laurent Giles, at the heart of the site we have started building a database of known Vertues. We are already in touch with a number of Vertue owners all over the world and hope to widen the scope of this communication. Still to come, we’ll be building a bibliography of published material on all aspects of Vertues, including books and magazine articles, and adding to our Links page with addresses of other Vertue-related sites around the web. We hope that our enthusiasm for these fantastic boats comes across and inspires some new connections with Vertue owners around the world, and that the site will remain interesting and entertaining for many years to come.
This Vertue II has been personally photographed and viewed by Suzzanne McDonald of Boatshed Medway.
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Used Sail boat Vertue Vertue Mark II for sale named Poppy, located in Rover Tamar, Devon, United Kingdom, founded in 1989 and disigned by Laurent Giles. The Vertue was designed by Jack Laurent Giles before the war and has become probably the most celebrated small cruiser ever, largely due to the amazing voyages made in these tough little ships. It was Humphrey Barton who made the design’s reputation in his blue water voyages in Vertue XXXV and Hiscock spoke highly of the design.
15 boats were built in teak by Cheoy Lee of Hong Kong and Speedwell of Hong Kong further confirmed the Vertue reputation by sailing home to England from Hong Kong and again sailing to the Caribbean, down to Cape Town and back home. Since these first extended voyages in the 1960’s proving that a well-designed and built small yacht could sail safely off-shore, many Vertues have made similar and longer voyages and a Trans-Atlantic voyage in a Vertue is nowadays regarded as totally normal though still just as challenging.

Galvanised steel strap floors on every second frame with several straight grained, deep throated     yacal floors in way of the mast for additional strength in this high stress area. Large bronze mushroom vent on the after deck and on the fore deck to give important ventilation into the ends. 2 fixed windows each side in the dog-house, one small fixed light each side in the coach-roof and 2 in the fwd face of the dog-house.
These Cheoy Lee Vertues have some very nice little features like the rounded corner posts of the coach-roof and the teak beading round the edges of the roof.
Stainless steel standing rigging, 14 years old, with swaged terminals and distinctive bronze rigging screws to internal bronze chain plates. Lazy inner fore stay from upper spreaders to a Laurent Giles designed over-centre, quick release lever on the stemhead fitting which when set up makes the rig into a cutter. Nanni Diesel 14hp 2-cylinder diesel engine, installed new 2003 with new fuel lines and fliters. Double varnished teak doors in the forward bulkhead + double teak doors in the saloon cabin bulkhead for a lobby in way of the stbd heads compartment and port lockers. With both pairs of doors closed, a reasonable ablutions compartment is enclosed making the heads useable in private from either cabin. The twin bulkheads form the compression members under the deck-stepped mast and add to the strength of the hull. Galley in the after port corner with rectangular, deep stainless steel sink, drains overboard.
Next owned  by one family- grandfather, father and son – for 30 years based on the Helford River.
This is a very nice example of the teak Cheoy Lee Vertue presented in smart condition, afloat and  ready to sail. Used boat Laurent Giles Vertue Ocean for sale located in United Kingdom, founded in 1990.
By modern standards the Vertue is heavy displacement, but this makes her a reassuringly solid and stable yacht.
These Vertues became the classic small boat of choice for the single-handed long distance sailor. In the late 1970s the Vertue II was created for GRP production, these again had slight alterations to the original design, including a simpler sloop rig and about 4" more beam than the original Vertues.

With this in mind, we very much invite input from both current and past owners of Vertues, as well as from other interested people.
A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. He engaged Laurent Giles to design his Wanderer 2 and 3 both designs owing much to the Vertue.
After the war, the topsides were raised by a plank and a much bigger coach-roof added extending forward of the mast and raised to a dog-house aft so that Vertues are often identified as “long” or “short” dog-house models, there being a few inches difference but seen as a one window or two dog-house. The extra few inches length in the dog-house make a noticeable difference to the space below.
Deep varnished teak coamings all round with a capping rail, nicely radiussed after corners. One battery forward under the fore peak sole, the second engine start battery alongside the engine. Present ownership since 1997, berthed in Suffolk from where she has cruised to the Ijslemeer, Ostend, Normandy, all  the East coast rivers and down to Cornwall. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. With laid teak decks and quality joinery, plus expensive detailing such as closed fairleads set into deep toerails, the Vertue was an expensive yacht when built - the first owner in 1994 could have had a new Sadler or Moody 34-footer for very similar money. With laid teak decks and quality joinery, plus expensive detailing such as closed fairleads set into deep toerails, the Vertue was an expensive yacht when built - the first owner in 1994 could have had a Sadler or Moody 34-footer for very similar money. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. The teak decks are still in excellent condition, and over 75 years since the design originated, the Vertue remains an excellent choice for safe short-handed cruising.

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