How to find us

For those who are particularly interested in Multihulls, Pip and Debbie Patterson’s Multihull Centre with Richard Woods designs and Darren Newton and his Dazcats are just a wander down the beach at Multi Marine Composites.  Millbrook is the home of the Multihull in the South West. There are about fifty cats and trimarans moored here.

How to get here

There are 2 alternatives. Come down the A38 to Plymouth and either carry on over the Tamar bridge into Cornwall. By pass Saltash and carry on down the 38 until you come to the Trurulefoot roundabout. turn left ontothe A 374 then right on the B3247. roads get smaller so go slow! but straight forward enough.

Or you can come off the A38 at Plymouth and head into the city centre. Follow signs for the Torpoint ferry. Come over the ferry (free this way). Follow the road when you get off and after about three miles you will come to Anthony, turn left on th B3247 for Millbrook and Cawsand. If you get lost just give me a ring. 07974 779298

There are good rail links to Plymouth and a 5 minute taxi ride takes you to the Cremyl Ferry, where the ferry’s run 1/4 to and 1/4 past the hour. Then its a bus or  taxi to us at Voyager Yachts. ( ten mins)

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“Blue Moon” is on the pontoon. She has “Top Cat” written down her top sides.
If it is low water, you may be asked to join us at the marina.

When you get to Millbrook, turn left at the small church. Follow the road into the village, it is a bit twisty. Go past the garage and the Mill lake, Turn right at the mini roundabout then just follow the road towards South down Quay (Its a dead end road). You have to make a left turn which looks like straight on by a sign about Southdown Marina. When you get to the end of the tar road turn right over the speed bump (be careful) 100 meters brings you into “Voyager Yachts” yard where I will meet you.