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Built by David Hillyard in 1933



Hilary : Scottish Hillyard
Hilary's eye catching green hull made made her a striking boat in Scottish waters around 2009 when she was owned by Ian Crystal who worked for Western Horizon Yachts. James Jagger now (May 2017) has her under cover awaiting a fairly extensive renovation which will include new wooden keel stepped masts, deck and keel bolts.

Current owner, James Jagger, working on Hilary in Camustianvaig, Isle of Skye

Hilary Statistics
Built : 1933 by David Hillyard at Littlehampton, England
LOA : 33' 6"
LWL : 26' 0"
Beam : 9' 0"
Draught : 4' 0"
Displacement : 8 tons TM
Lloyd's Register : N° 163067
Signal Letters : MBCT

Hilary Custodians & Home Ports 
James Jagger (2009-2017...) Isle of Skye, Scotland
Ian Crystal (?-2009) Tarbert, Scotland
AM Mylne (?-1973-1980-?) Port Bannatyne, Scotland
Gilbert R Booth (1965-1969-?) Port Bannatyne, Scotland
Mr & Mrs R Douglas Watson (1959-1964) Port Bannatyne, Scotland
Henry S Short (1958) Littlehampton, England
PR & AP Hart (1952-1957) Littlehampton, England
MH Taylor (1950-1951) Littlehampton, England
Group Captain HA Constantine CB CBE DSO (1948-1949) Littlehampton, England
Cecil Howard (1938-1947) Littlehampton, England
Comdr TA Jolliffe RN (?-1936-1937) Littlehampton, England
I McL C Power (?-1934-?) Littlehampton, England

HA Constantine
Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Constantine
He owned Hilary just after the Second World War
Photograph courtesy of Barrie Woodward

Hilary Links
Hilary For Sale in c2010 including many photographs

Page last updated : May 2017


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