Orkney Boats have been building small working and leisure boats for well over years and their tough seaworthy craft can be found in harbours from Iceland to the South Pacific.The hull designs, despite their conservative shapes and apparent simplicity, are the result of thousands of hours of prototype testing in a wide range of demanding sea conditions.
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Fishing and Day Boats
The Spinner 13
The Spinner 13 features the stability and strength that have made this boat a favourite with hire fleet operators and will give the family confidence.
The Longliner 16
In production for over 30 years, over 3000 of these classics have been built and it has become first choice of serious fisherman who appreciate the great seakeeping and long keel which enables Longliners to drift comfortably and lie well at anchor.
The relatively high freeboard and wide beam give the orkney 440 a deep secure cockpit and plenty of stability. The perfect choice for those looking for a proper little sea boat that is light enough to launch and recover easily.
Developed from the Strikeliner 16, arguably the most successful 16 foot fishing dingy ever with over 1700 built. The 520 has slightly more V in the forward sections and more waterline beam for a smoother ride and greater stability at anchor.
The new 522 is the latest thinking from Orkney and TT Boat Designs. Compact enough to tow and launch and big enough and tough enough to take a moderate seaway in her stride. The self draining cockpit has high coamings to enhance security and there is plenty of well thought out stowage.The 522 is certain to become a popular edition to the Orkney range.
The new 592 is the first of a new generation of designs from Orkney amd TT Boat deigns. The 592's powerful hull ensures a smooth, dry ride in a seaway as well as being comfortable and stable at rest. The optional Orkney multi roller trailer makes the 592 easy to tow and launch. Plenty of stowage space and a big cockpit combined with superb seakeeping must make the 592 the ultimate open 19 footer.
Pilot House Models
Pilot House 20
Developed from the highly regarded Day Angler 19, many of which are still in use with harbour authorities and police forces, the 20 has more beam along the waterline spray chines than the 19 which gives it even greater stability without sacrificing the ability to perform well with relatively small engines.
Pilot House 24
Designed to comply with RCD offshore category B and to be capable of meeting workboat requirements with little modifcation, the Pilot House 24 is a fine sea boat capable of serious passagemaking and more. A wide range of factory fitted options are available including stanchions and guardwires, hot water supply and shower, ducted heating and a variety of cockpit covers and canopies.
The Vanguard 170, easily trailed behind a family car and with space for the family, friends and gear.
The Vanguard 190, a big boat feel within dimensions that are compact to tow and launch with ease. The powerful hull with self draining cockpit and big reserves of built in buoyancy inspire confidence when cruising offshore.
Dory 424 Custom
Standard equipment; stainless steel bow eye, stainless ski eyes, stainless steel bow and stern mooring cleats, stainless steel side rails, inner and outer transom plates with alloy capping. Heavy duty fender with stainless steel and caps, quick release transom drain. GRP side mounted steering console with battery and kit stowage within, wrap around stainless steel grab handleon console, stainless steel steering wheel.
Dory 424 Tender
Standard equipment, stainless steel bow eye, stainless steeel bow and stern mooring cleats, inner and outer transom plates with alloy capping, heavy duty fender with stainless steel caps, quick release transom drain, twp GRP thwarts, forward seat locker with hinged lid. Suitable for tiller steered long shaft outboard engines, maximum 20hp.