Can be identified by her black hull.
Yseult is a 46ft Gaff Cutter built in GRP in 2000 by Martin Heard’s Gaffers and Luggers at Mylor Creek near Falmouth. The lines are based on a St Malo Pilot Cutter designed by Francois Lemarchand in 1891.
Hull is GRP, 2.5ins bilge decreasing to 1.5ins at the bulwarks. Decks are Aformosia on GRP on marine ply (2 1/8 ins) supported by rim shelf and Iroko beams (5 ¾ ins high 3ins wide) at 2ft intervals. Her is keel is lead shot encapsulated in GRP. She has Afrormosia laid decks on GRP and marine ply on Iroko beams. Her superstructure is of Iroko and Teak.