Life on Board Our Daddy

Whether you wish to sit back, enjoy the scenery and relax with a cool drink or take the helm and get involved in sailing the vessel, either end of the spectrum or anywhere in between can be accommodated.

Guest comfort, choice and enjoyment are at the forefront of Our Daddy’s offering. Whether you wish to sit back, enjoy the scenery and relax with a cool drink or take the helm and get involved in sailing the vessel, either end of the spectrum or anywhere in between can be accommodated.

Our day usually starts over a freshly prepared breakfast and a crew briefing as to the day’s plans. Before hoisting the sails and setting off to our chosen destination.

Lunch is freshly prepared on board each day, utilising wherever possible locally sourced produce and freshly caught fish. Tim can usually be found scouring the local markets, gathering the ingredients required for the day.

Each evening when able, we aim to find a suitable harbour, or anchorage and build in as much time as possible for guests to go ashore and explore. When we spend evenings under sail dinner is also provided, however, we tend to let our guests experience eating ashore in the evenings as a rule and can always recommend good places to eat and drink.

Whether joining Our Daddy as a single person or as part of a group, as a novice to sailing or a seasoned sailor, Steve and Tim ensure you are as comfortable as possible and the trip delivers all you hope it will.

Skipper profile

Steve Styles and Tim Sunderland

Jointly owned and skippered by Steve Styles and Tim Sunderland. Both have been hands on doing all the renovation work so know almost every single nail and bolt on the boat.

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Life onboard

Our Daddy

Whether you wish to sit back enjoy the scenery and relax with a cool drink or take the helm and get involved in sailing the vessel either end of the spectrum or anywhere in between can be accommodated.

Read Our Daddy's Adventure Logs
The History of

Our Daddy

Our Daddy was built in Looe Cornwall in 1921 by local boat builder Dick Pearce. She was commissioned by the Pengelly family and built to join their fleet of fishing boats.

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