Sybil of Cumae

Built in the Fairlie yard of William Fife and Son to the 36’ Linear Rating of 1900. Sybil of Cumae, originally named Ensay was designed by William Fife 111 as a gaff cutter and was one of four. She is constructed of mahogany on oak with cedar below the waterline. She was last restored at Mashfords Yard, Plymouth in the 1980s.

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