Contacts and Charter
Jolie Brise sleeps ten people (plus the skipper and first mate).
Cost of Charter - to be negotiated by Skipper and interested party - includes skipper, first mate, diesel, mooring fees, use of Henri Lloyd waterproofs (if required) and food, but does not include alcoholic drinks.
Launched at Le Havre in 1913, Jolie Brise was the penultimate Gaff Cutter in the Pilot service before the changeover from sail to steam.
- Gaff-rigged pilot cutter
- Length with Bowsprit - 22.5m
- Length overall - 17.06m
- Length waterline - 14.63m
- Beam - 4.63m
- Draught - 3.1m
- Tonnage - 44 T.M.
- Construction - 2 inch oak on 5 inch grown-oak frames. Iron keel with lead internal ballast.