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lugger

Nautical a small working boat rigged with a lugsail
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I sat outside the almost perfectly located Lugger Hotel in the tiny cove at Portloe on the Roseland Peninsula and watched -while sipping a long,cool G&T -a couple of fishermen sorting out their catch.
In September 1990, the late Dave Sinnet-Jones and I sailed a Drascombe lugger named Celtic Circle (18'6'long) from Aberaeron Yacht Club, clockwise around Wales, back to Aberaeron.
CORNWALL: Lugger Hotel (01872 501 322)in fishing village of Portloe offers three-night summer break for pounds 300, including dinner, breakfast, champagne served on terrace and tickets to Eden Project, untilJuly 31.
And if you are looking for something a little special, then The Lugger Hotel nestling amid the rugged coastline of picturesque Roseland Peninsular village, Portloe, could be for you.
Pete Goss, 46, his brother Andy, son Eliot, 14, and brother-in-law Mark, left Newlyn in the self-built 37ft Spirit of Mystery, based on the original lugger Mystery.
Our destination was the Lugger Hotel, once the haunt of seafaring ne'er-do-wells and now a hip hideaway.
LITTLE GEM: 206 SW is not a huge load lugger - more a leisure vehicle that offers a family plenty of scope
Address: The Lugger is at Portloe, Truro, Cornwall, (01872) 501322, www.luggerhotel.com
The build quality of the Czech-built load lugger is up to parent company Volkswagen's high standard.
Prices for this champion lugger start at just over pounds 16,000, rising to pounds 25,100 for the flagship version.
CORNWALL: Enjoy a break at The Lugger Hotel, Truro priced at pounds 230 per night for two people including breakfast and dinner.