Welcome

LOA website

We hope you enjoy this Legend Owners Association website. It is exciting times for Legend Yachts at the moment with the aquistion of Hunter Marine by Marlow Hunter, a change of branding, new yacht designs rolling off the production line and a new UK distributor and support network its all go. It is also an exciting time to be part of the LOA with new membership growing and more and more memebrs attending functions both ashore and out on the water. This website hopefully gives you a feel for the association however to get the most from the association simply join and get access to the link forum where you will find a wealth of information and help.

Please take your time and have a good look around the website, there are a number of useful links below to get you directly to points of interest. If you are not already a member we hope you will consider joining and we would love to see you at future events.

 

 A message from our Commodore - Joe Coleshill

Commodore
Hello,

Welcome to the Legend Owners Association. Established in 1995 the LOA has a strong Membership of Hunter Legend boat owners throughout the UK and across Europe. The LOA has local representation on the East Coast, South Coast and West Country and a growing group down in the Mediterranean. The LOA is a source of information for Legend Owners and holds a number of events throughout the year. If you own a Legend Yacht and are not yet a member then you really are missing out.

As the first female Commodore I'd like to take this opportunity to tell you a little bit about myself and why I think the association is so special. I've been the LOA Secretary for the last 2 years and I am really pleased to take on the role of Commodore. I've been sailing for nearly 7 years having been introduced to it by my partner Gavin (who is the LOA Webmaster). We currently sail aboard our Legend 41, Certa Cito, this is our second Legend having previously owned a L38 foot bilge keel. Living in Southampton we sail frequently in the Solent, and along the south coast. We have been down to the West Country and across the Channel to Saint Vaast and Caen. Last year we were lucky enough to spend the summer exploring the canals of Holland, falling in love with the people, the country and the waterways. Having wintered the boat just outside Amsterdam we are hoping to explore more of Holland this year, heading North East and possibly up to Kiel and beyond. Being part of such a friendly and welcoming club has enabled these adventures to take place. We have, and continue to make some great friends along the way and enjoy some fantastic events. I look forward to meeting many of you at the upcoming events and seeing what 2017 brings. Happy and safe sailing!

Joe