In addition to the Boat Registers and Histories the AOA maintain a rich Archive of information about the boats’ construction, use and maintenance.
At the heart of the Archive are original Fairey Marine drawings, brochures and other documents. It also includes the AOA annual Bulletins and technical papers, and references magazine articles and books. Click on the images below to access the Archive and below that are links to indexes (PDF) for each class of boat.We hope you enjoy browsing the archive. And don’t forget the Forums which are rich source of questions and comments on a wide range of topics.


Access Archive Content by Document Type

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AOA Bulletin 1959-60 Cover
Annual Bulletins
Since 1958 AOA Annnual Bulletins have have provided a concentrated source of advice, guidance and ideas. Fully indexed, every bulletin is available online to Members.
AOA Drawings
Drawings
Design drawings for hull, deck, interior, rig and fittings.
Over 250 drawings, indexed by boat and subject.
Atalanta Brochure
Brochures & Ads
Original brochures, sales literature and magazine advertisements from Fairey Marine.
Technical Paper Example
Technical Papers
Advice built up over the years on popular topics. Essential reading for Owners.
All of the AOA papers are available to AOA Members’
Magazine Cover
In the Press
The boats have attracted a lot of interest in the Yachting Press over the years. We hope to make much of this available online, with the permission of the magazine editors.
Magazine Cover
Books
The boats have attracted a lot of interest in the Yachting Press over the years. We hope to make much of this available online, with the permission of the magazine editors.

Archive Indexes by Class (PDF)

Click on the image to see an index of items relevant to that class.

Atalanta 26

Titania

Fulmar

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AOA Members may also access an interactive, searchable on-line index.
We are always looking for additional material to share with everyone interested in the Fairey Marine yachts. If you have any documents you think may be of interest please do contact the Association using the Comments form below, or the Contact form.