Welcome to the Parker and Seal Sailing Association
The PSSA is the class association for owners of Parker and Seal yachts. It is an active friendly club with almost 350 members,
which organises rallies, social events and an annual race around the Isle of Wight. It's organised into 6 regions around
the UK, plus a trailer-sailer group.
On this website you'll find boats for sale, a calendar
of events, a discussion forum and more.
Our interests cover:
Pottering, cruising and racing
Young and old
Family crews to single-handed
Short hops to extended cruising
Novice to expert
Join the PSSA
to get more out of your yacht:
Enjoy cruising in company, on weekend rallies and longer cruises
Enjoy social events on land and at sea
Access the technical library
Get club discounts
Stay in touch via the newsletter and internet
The annual membership fee is £12, including 3 or 4 newsletters and a members handbook.
Seals and Parkers
are British-built yachts, ranging in length from
21' to 33', mostly with lifting keels.
They started with the Seal 22 in 1970, built by John Baker, and followed by the Seal 28 and Super Seal 26. In 1981, Bill
Parker took over the range and added the Parker 21, Parker 27 and Parker 31. These then evolved into a high-quality range
of cruiser-racers built by Parker Lift-Keel Yachts - the trailable Parker 235, the Parker 285 and the Parker 335.
In 2009, Parker Lift-Keel yachts ceased trading, so the only model still in production is the 235, which is now being built
by BP Sailboats.