Building Alice Rose

Alice Rose was built in 2008 by one of the UK’s last wooden boatyards

Alice Rose was built in Cornwall

Alice Rose, designed by Andrew Wolstenholme, was built in 2008 in Cornwall by Cockwell's boat yard in Mylor Creek. With a displacement of 8.25 tonnes she has been beautifully built with a cedar wood planked hull over CNC-cut frames and bulkheads with teak decking and joinery.

The bow of Alice Rose, The Nare's motor launch.

She is powered by 2 Volvo D4 engines (225hp each) and is capable of 24 knots. A very stable vessel, she is ideal for taking 8 guests and the crew. Quite simply she is a very comfortable and elegant launch.

Close-up details of a boat.

The country house hotel by the sea