Hilary : Scottish Hillyard
Hilary's eye catching green hull made made her a striking boat in Scottish waters around 2009 when she was owned by Ian Crystal who worked for Western Horizon Yachts. James Jagger now (May 2017) has her under cover awaiting a fairly extensive renovation which will include new wooden keel stepped masts, deck and keel bolts.
Current owner, James Jagger, working on Hilary in Camustianvaig, Isle of Skye
Built : 1933 by David Hillyard at Littlehampton, England
LOA : 33' 6"
LWL : 26' 0"
Beam : 9' 0"
Draught : 4' 0"
Displacement : 8 tons TM
Lloyd's Register : N° 163067
Signal Letters : MBCT
Hilary Custodians & Home Ports
James Jagger (2009-2017...) Isle of Skye, Scotland
Ian Crystal (?-2009) Tarbert, Scotland
AM Mylne (?-1973-1980-?) Port Bannatyne, Scotland
Gilbert R Booth (1965-1969-?) Port Bannatyne, Scotland
Mr & Mrs R Douglas Watson (1959-1964) Port Bannatyne, Scotland
Henry S Short (1958) Littlehampton, England
PR & AP Hart (1952-1957) Littlehampton, England
MH Taylor (1950-1951) Littlehampton, England
Group Captain HA Constantine CB CBE DSO (1948-1949) Littlehampton, England
Cecil Howard (1938-1947) Littlehampton, England
Comdr TA Jolliffe RN (?-1936-1937) Littlehampton, England
I McL C Power (?-1934-?) Littlehampton, England
Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Constantine
He owned Hilary just after the Second World War
Photograph courtesy of Barrie Woodward
Page last updated : May 2017