As of July 16th 2019, Meander has been sold to continue her adventuring in the hands of her new custodians, Peter and Maureen. I wish them all the best for their future cruising in her.
In the meantime, I will leave these pages on the site which bears her name, whilst I embark on my new project, details of which you will find on a separate page.
Meander was built as a liveaboard ocean cruising yacht and as such offers comfortable accommodation for a couple or two friends with space for occasional guests. She was re-engined in 2014 and much love, attention and money has been lavished on her by the current owner to keep her in ocean-going condition.
Builder: Robert G. Grimson
Designer: Robert G. Grimson
Year Built: 1990-1992
Registration: (British Registry) SSR 46501
Hull Material: Ferro-cement with encapsulated galvanized steel armature.
Length On Deck: 37’0” / 11m
Length Overall: 45’0” / 13m
Beam: 11’6” / 3.5m
Draft: 5’6” / 1.7m
Displacement: 12 tonnes approx
Engine Type: Beta Marine diesel 43hp
For an article from Classic Boat’s December 2003 issue about marine artist Bob Grimson, Meander’s designer and builder and the story of Meander, click here: