The Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter Owners Association

Only eighteen Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters survive out of a fleet that once numbered into the hundreds. The Association was founded in 1997 by the owners of the last remaining Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters with the aims of…

To encourage the restoration, preservation and ownership of original Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters with historical accuracy

To represent the interests of Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter owners whenever this becomes necessary

To organise an annual race and meet in the waters of the Bristol Channel for original Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters

To encourage individual research into all aspects of Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters

You do not have to be a Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter owner to become a member of  the Association.

The Last Few Cutters

Eighteen Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters survive out of a fleet that once numbered into the hundreds.

The Last Few

BCPCOA Membership

You do not have to be a Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter owner to become a member of  the Association.

Become a Member

The Wave Magazine of the Association

All the latest news

All the latest race results and updates from the BCPCOA