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Tucker TL90

Brief details


E. C. Landamore & Co. Ltd., Wroxham, Norwich

An early GRP cruiser-racer by Landamores to a Robert Tucker design. The hull form is reminiscent of earlier Tucker ply chine designs, with a very firm turn to the bilge amidships and a relatively flat floor, whilst the coachroof has a curved moulded cone entrance instead of a sliding hatch, as in the Contessa 26 and Pandora designs of the same era


30' 9"

Sail area

300 sq ft


21' 0"




8' 2"




3' 9"




3,920 lbs


originally Vire petrol or Volvo diesel inboards


1,200 lbs



Keel type

Bulbed fin

The TL90 was an early GRP yacht, designed by Robert Tucker as a racing boat in 1966, and built as a production cruiser-racer by Landamores until the mid-70s. With long overhangs and relatively narrow beam the accommodation is very small compared to typical modern 30-footers, with standing headroom only for the extremely short. Nevertheless, she has four berths, a large vee/double in the forepeak and two 6' 6" long quarterberths, galley, separate heads, and fold-down chart table. When built the TL90s were usually fitted with 6 hp Vire petrol inboards, or occasionally 7 hp Volvo Penta MD1 inboard diesels, or outboards.

In comparison to modern 30-footers the accommodation is small and headroom is low, but she does have all that is needed for two to four people to cruise

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The cockpit is long, with a large lazarette locker aft. The domed hatch makes getting below rather more difficult than with a sliding hatch, but is simple, strong and cannot leak

Below: The accommodation consists of a forepeak with vee-berth convertible to double, small galley, a separate heads with basin and marine WC, and two quarterberths in the saloon, above one of which is a folding chart table

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