The Boatyard, St Just in Roseland, Truro, Cornwall TR2 5JD
50°10'52.64"N, 5° 1'22.22"W
T: 01326 270269
mail: office@pascosboatyard.co.uk
   

People at Pascos Boatyard

CRAIG BROWN
MANAGER, RIGGER
Craig is fairly new to the Roseland having worked at Mylor since finishing ‘A’ levels many years ago! An eighteen year career as a rigger has given Craig a very wide knowledge of all aspects of rigging all types of vessels from dinghies to ocean-going yachts both cruising and racing. Alongside this his ownership of a yacht and dinghy sailing school have given him a very wide knowledge of all aspects of maintaining boats. In between work and family life boating is often Craig’s choice to relax, either racing or cruising.

HUGH NOOTT
ASSISTANT MANAGER, SHIPWRIGHT
Hugh trained at Falmouth Marine School at the beginning of the last decade and has now been at Pasco’s for nearly 14 years. His knowledge, skills and customer relations have grown to deal with many aspects within the yard, ashore and afloat and most importantly overseeing the workshops. Working in both GRP and timber and with a detailed eye for coatings, Hugh’s skills also cover inflatable boat re-tubes and repairs. Whilst boatbuilding and being a dad takes much of Hugh’s time he still finds time to squeeze in a game of rugby or two!

GRAHAM CHURCHILL
MOORINGS AND YARD ASSISTANT
Graham joined Pasco’s Boatyard in September 2014 having come from a long career in water sports tuition, with windsurfing being his specialist subject! He is also a keen yachtsman when time allows. Graham’s skills and expertise on the water have been a great asset in dealing with all aspects of the business afloat. When ashore his eye for detail has produced some lovely restoration work.

LIAM STACPOOLE
WORKSHOP AND RIGGING ASSISTANT
Liam joined Pasco’s Boatyard in September 2014 having come from skippering “Pinnucia” the classic Eight Metre yacht based in St Mawes. Prior to this Liam combined a career in water sports tuition with undertaking a photo-journalism degree at Falmouth University’s Tremough campus. Whilst Liam’s camera and media skills have been useful it is his knowledge of all aspects of boating, including rigging and bosun work, which have made Liam such a valuable member of the Pasco’s team. In his spare time Liam races his International 14 and is often found on the foredeck of “Pasco’s Jaguar”.

SAM STACPOOLE
YARD AND WORKSHOP ASSISTANT
The brother of Liam, Sam has also spent many years dinghy racing in Falmouth Harbour. Whilst music is a big passion of Sam’s the fresh air and beauty of the yard have reeled him in allowing him to expand his marine skills.

 

JACK LECKIE
ENGINEERING AND YARD ASSISTANT
Jack is the most recent recruit to the yard. Having spent three years working all around the world on Super Yachts he has decided that Pasco’s Boatyard is the best place in the world to be. Jack is a keen motor boater and what can only be described as a true Land Rover ‘geek’. His love of all things mechanical has provided the yard with skills which benefits customers and keeps all the yard machinery in good order.

CHRIS DE GLANVILLE
DIRECTOR
Chris’ enthusiasm for sailing led to him purchasing Pasco’s Boatyard in July 2013. As a customer of the yard for many years he knew exactly what it was that he loved about the place. He also knew that there were a few changes which he could implement which would enhance the pleasure of boating from the creek. The provision of customer facilities as part of Chris’ plans have been very widely well received.