Welcome to the Fairey Marine Atalanta Owners Association
The Fairey Atalanta Owners Association exists in support of the Fairey Marine yachts and their owners. If this is your first visit to the site, the About page provides an overview of and links to the content of the site.
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Recent Boat Blog Posts
Atalanta 26: A9 Ereina £2000 ono
06/05/2018 Robbie Cormie
A138 picture in Guernsey 5th May 218
Our Secretary Richard has been on his travels, sailing tupperware yachts and popping in on unsuspecting Atalanta Owners.
Richard visited Chris Berry in Truro. Chris has taken on A117 Turtle – ...
22/03/2018 Chris Green
Above: 100W “Fuji Wave” panel – delivers a high voltage with exceptional low light energy capture. Mid afternoon March last w/e measured input was 300V+.These are designed for commercial solar ...
06/03/2018 Bernard Marshall
Today, the 5th March 2018, A86 was moved on her trailer and repositioned in the barn so that all round access was possible. Many thanks to Mike Dixon for coming ...
This is a test of a Front End Post.
25/02/2018 Nick Phillips
These photographs relating to A110 Turnstone (now Trientje P, being restored in Germany) were kindly provided by Richard Slater. [One of the pleasures I get from the website is connecting ...
21/02/2018 Paul Jones
So I have finally got round to writing the final instalment of our journey from Isle of Man to Portsmouth.
We had a fairly uneventful journey from Lizard to Portland Bill ...
The 2018 AGM was held at the Tamesis Sailing Club on the River Thames in Hampton Wick. It was an excellent day with a suitable mix of ‘business’ and pleasure, ...
A memorable time for the family which we did not regret.The tide was running out fast in the Zandreek. so we went aground not exactly where we would have wished!. ...