The Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter “Breeze”, built in 1817, is the only known surviving example of a cutter built by Cooper's yard at Pill. She is also one of the smallest and handiest of the surviving skiffs.
This was a ground up restoration, though we did manage to save some of the original vessel which includes her heavy pitch pine mast.
On her sea trials we took her out into the Bristol Channel, and in an uncomfortable Bristol Channel chop, she went to windward like a rocket!
LOA: 37ft 6 inches
Beam:12ft 6 inches
Draught: 6' 6"