Tigger Too

Tigger Too is a 3-cabin Feeling 36 built by the Alliaura yard in France. She is of traditional lines and has the feel of a quality small cruising boat that handles particularly well with an easily balanced rig and wheel steering. Whilst she has theoretically got eight berths, we have coded her for six with a twin/double cabin in the forepeak and two decent sized aft cabins.

Tigger Too under sail in the Inner Hebrides Tigger Too alongside her berth at Ardfern Tigger Too at anchor

Like all of our boats Tigger comes with a tender and complimentary outboard, plus all of the safety equipment required to ensure that she fully complies with the MCA code of practice for charter vessels. This includes items such as liferaft, flares, emergency grab bag, first aid kits, fire extinguishers, lifejackets (all manual gas inflation type with integral harnesses) etc. She has a full folio of both Admiralty and Imray charts for the west coast of Scotland, together with all of the necessary pilot books, tide tables and almanacs.

On deck she has teak decks and an electric anchor windlass, together with furling genoa and slab reefing mainsail, with lines led aft to cockpit protected by sprayhood. She has wind, speed, log and depth instrumentation together with twin chart plotters (helm and chart table) and a quality autopilot.

Down below her well equipped galley has double sinks, electric fridge and three burner cooker with oven. The heads is to the rear on the starboard side, aft of the chart table. If required the saloon seating can be used to provide further berths if the aft cabins are used for single occupancy.

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