Contact

(Please note that in February 2016 we were informed that the COA is formally dormant and the address for returning the application form has been removed at the COAs request)

The Corribee Owners Association (COA) might be found here although the site has not always been available:

www.corribee.org.uk

Please note that this web site is not operated by the COA although it contains information and files from them and reproduced with their permission. Any enquiries about membership and membership dues should be taken up directly with the COA in writing via their postal address.

Contribute

Do you have a story, information, brochure, manual, link or other relevant content that should be on this page? If so, we would be very grateful if you would leave it as a comment or email corribeeeditors@googlemail.com so we can post here – thanks!

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14 Responses to “Contact”

  1. Sam Miller Says:

    Grateful anyone can tell me the hight of bilge keeled Corribee on a basic trailer.Would it fit into a 40ft container for Falkland Islands.

  2. Guy Waites Says:

    I’ve just acquired a twin axle trailer to modify for a fin keel Corribee.

    Can anyone help with measurements for the support pads? Height, position relative to the keel and one another?

    Many thanks indeed,

    Guy.

  3. didier métayer Says:

    hello,

    I am the happy owner of a corribee he is called “skipjack”, alas I do not manage to find the n° series engraved on the back of the boat. it is one mark 2, I would however like that it is referred, that it has a number of veil. how can you help me?

    Thank you for your answer

    bonjour,

    je suis l’heureux propriétaire d’un corribee il s’appelle “skipjack”, hélas je n’arrive pas à retrouver le n° de série gravé sur l’arrière du bateau. c’est un mark 2, j’aimerais pourtant qu’il soit référencé, qu’il ait un numéro de voile. comment pouvez-vous m’aider ?

    Merci de votre réponse

    • scorribee Says:

      The hull number is moulded into the top left hand corner of the transom. It may have been covered over with filler and/or paint so you may have to resort to abrasive paper to find it. You may also be able to find some information on the boat register if you have the sail number – this should help you decide on the approximate year of manufacture.

  4. keith lewis Says:

    Hi,

    My wife ordered a copy of The Corribee Manual online a few days ago.

    Unfortuantely she has not had any comfirmation of the order from yourselves.

    Could you please inform me if you have actually recieved the order?

    Sincerely

    Keith Lewis

    • ja Says:

      Orders are handled by Lulu.com and we do not have any insight into their order process other than a daily summary of the number of orders. An order is showing as being placed on the 30th November which might be yours. You should check your spam filter in case the order confirmation is there, otherwise please contact Lulu.com directly and they will be happy to help.

  5. John Tompkins Says:

    About a month ago I sent an application and cheque to join the COA, and I’ve heard nothing from them. Is there a problem?

    • ja Says:

      Other than kindly providing permission to reproduce some of their content on this site, the COA is nothing to do with us, so I’m afraid we can’t speak for them – sorry.

      • Simon Jackson Says:

        Hi John

        I’ve recently purchased a corribbe and have received the Corribbe Manual. I was thinking of joining the COA and wonder if you had a response to your application.

        Cheers

  6. Tom Sanders Says:

    Hi, Corribee people.
    A recent chance remark by my father sent me to your website looking for ‘our’ boat, Razorbill, no. 17. He bought it new in the late 60s, I named it and learnt to sail in it. I see it’s at Topsham. Is there any way anyone could contact the owner and put us in touch?
    Thank you.
    Tom.

  7. Sarah Price Says:

    Hi, sail no 74 is shown as moored in Dundee on the website. This is an early Corribee, name: “Two Seasons”. The boat’s never had a mooring in Dundee. I’ve owned the boat since about 93, before that a previous owner kept it in Fisherrow and, before that, in Aberdour. All these places are in the Firth of Forth. Now my boat is moored in Burntisland, which is Firth of Forth again, but on the Fife side. We changed the boat name a few years back: MudSkipper – a good name for a bilgekeeler. Maybe you can change the online record? Thanks.

  8. Eduardo Murcia Says:

    This is to inform you that corribee mkII number 170 named Twocan is in Spain but not in Madrid but near Calpe at Les Basetes a small harbour.

    At this page you can see her at the picture in the bottom not in water.

    Thus at 38º 39′ N 00º 05′ E (not as you put her in Madrid)

    I am the actual owner since 2001

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