4 Berth Lullaby Class Cabin Yacht

Sleeps 4 or 5

These gaff sloops are built of bright-varnished mahogany and are comfortably furnished for a party of four people in two cabins, separated by a companionway and toilet compartment.

All four berths have 6ft 2in mattresses and spacious drawers underneath.  The lifting cabin top gives headroom of 5ft 9in

4 yachts are available:
Lullaby – 1932
Lustre – 1932 – With ‘Electric Quant’ (use is optional)
Luna – 1933 – With ‘Electric Quant’ (use is optional)
Lucent – 2007 – With ‘Electric Quant’ (use is optional)

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Please contact us on 01692 678263 during office hours, or email us

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Lullaby Class Specifications

Berths:  4 single bunks with an optional 1 extra person
Bedding:  Mattress protector, fitted sheet, duvet in a duvet cover and pillow in a pillowcase (NB Youth groups and schools have blankets and a pillow in a pillowcase)
Extra Gear: Bedding and mattresses on the floor between the bunks (additional charge*)
Life Jackets:  4 Self-activating jackets are allocated to the boat (crewsaver style also available)
Rig:  Gaff Sloop with self-tacking Jib
Mast lowing:  Counter weight
Length:  LOA 28ft – (8.6m)
Beam:  8ft 6in – (2.6m)
Draught:  2ft 6in – (0.76m)
Keel:  Fixed Ballasted
Bridge clearance:  Minimum 6ft – (1.85m)
Headroom:  5ft 9in with cabin top raised (aft end) – (1.75m)
Cooking:   Propane gas with 2 rings, grill and oven
Utensils: Crockery, Cutlery and Cooking utensils
Water:  3 x 10 ltr containers (kept in the aft locker)
Lighting:  12v LED battery lights
Engine:  No engine on Lullaby – just a Quant
Sail Area:  Main sail 378 sq. ft – Jib 50 sq. ft

**LUSTRE, LUNA and LUCENT – Electric Engine: Torqeedo Cruise 2.0FP 5HP, folding propeller electric engine with side mounted throttle. The folding propeller is fitted closely behind the keel, so as not to affect sailing.  You do not have to use the electric engine; this is an optional extra with an applicable charge of £10 per day or £50 per week for the key.  Please select the boat name with an E when making your boat selection.

Please note – Lullaby has no engine, just a quant; so if you’re a purist, this is the girl for you.

All yachts are supplied with over boom awnings that cover both Cabin and Well areas
Bunk sizes are normally approx. 6’ 2” – except Lucent which has 6’ 6” bunks

Find below some more information about our Lullaby Class yachts you may find interesting


Lustre is the oldest boat in the Fleet having been completed in early May 1932. She unfortunately lost her keel during a hiring and later, in the mid-1980’s, she was restored and the topsides re-planked in iroko instead of mahogany. She has been hired out every season from 1932 except during the war years from Aug 1939-1943 – so about 5,500 have enjoyed holidays on her.


Luna was the first of our Lullaby Class yachts to have the peak halyard and topping lift brought back to the cabin top. Now, all 4 of our Lullaby Class yachts are rigged this way. Since being built over 5,400 people have enjoyed holidays on her.


Lullaby was the second boat to be built by the Hunter family and was completed on 13th May 1932 a few days after Lustre. The log of the maiden voyage is available to read in the yard. Lullaby became Teasel for the BBC when Arthur Ransom’s Coot Club and The Big Six were filmed in 1983. The transom of Teasel is still at the yard. Over 5,500 people have enjoyed holidaying on her since being built.


Lucent was built by Graham Cooper and the yard staff at Ludham between 2001 and 2007; following a design by Percy Hunter. To cater for taller customers, Lucent was built with 6ft 6in bunks, rather than the standard 6ft 2in. She was launched during the 10th Anniversary celebrations of the Norfolk Heritage Fleet Trust on 30th September 2006 and was completed on 13th September 2007. Joining our hire fleet in 2008.

New in 2018 – Electric Engine – Torqeedo Cruise 2.0FP 5HP, folding propeller with side mounted throttle

Sails and Awnings

LullabyJul 2014Apr 2021
LustreApr 2014Apr 2020
LunaApr 2015Apr 2021
LucentApr 2015Apr 2017

As a rule of thumb we try to change our sails and awnings every 4 seasons. This period may vary to longer or shorter depending on the boats usage.