HALLOWE’EN was built by William Fife III in 1926 on the Clyde in Scotland. As the Yawl – rigged COTTON BLOSSOM IV she dominated ocean racing for many years, and has held important records.
During the winter of 2008/9 she went to the UK, where the expert craftsmen at Fairlie Restorations carried out some important structural work to the hull and keel.
She is considered the most beautiful Fife ever built and is still winning classic regattas whilst at the same time able to make fast passages across the oceans. With her new and intelligent deck layout she is able to be sailed by only two people for short deliveries, and can race with six crew, yet maintains all her traditional beauty and charm.