our Gigs: Buller
Cadgwith Pilot Gig Club race with our four gigs. "Buller", "Socoa", "Rose of Cadgwith" and "Tamarisk”
The first of Cadgwith's gigs is the "Buller".
"Buller" was built by the Devoran Shipwright, Ralph Bird in 1986. She is a copy of the famous gig "Treffry". She got her name from a local, Richard Redvers Arthur, otherwise known as Buller.
Above BULLER at very wet Buller Day 2008, photo by Ben Dodson
photo by Ben Dodson, (Greg writes i love this photo, the cliffs, waves and getting ready for a quickdecamp), it was a stormy Buller day 2008, with no gigs out except this one by Cadgwith in Buller,
photo by malcolm Veale, Buller Day 2008
photo by Greg 2008
photos by malcolm 2008, (Wunderful pic,into the storm!)
Above: In 2006 she has a spendid new paint job with the lettering BULLER is a shinney colour, before it was the dark blue with a red outline.
Above: with the lettering BULLER, before when it was the dark blue with a red outline.
Thanks to your support”
Cadgwith Pilot Gig Club would like to thank all of you who help and support us, those who sponsor us, it really helps, the costs are high, maintaining the Gigs, the Clubhouse running costs, transport to the events, safety and clothing and a lot more.