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Boatshed Lancashire are delighted to offer this piece of maritime history. She was built in 1938 by Berthons of Lymington number thirteen of sixteen. She has been in the same ownership for 63 years, yes that is correct she has been owned by the same family for 63 years. She has cruised many thousands of miles from the West Coast of France to the North of Scotland and unfortunately the time has come to let her go to another family that will hopefully look after her as she is has been accustomed to. For the last 20 years she has been stored undercover for 6 months of the year, professionally mai... read more
|Location:||Lancashire Lancashire UK|
|Telephone:||+44 (0)1772 286300|
First impressions usually last and this one looks great with her typical Colin Archer curved stem and canoe stern. As you go below she is just as good. Massively built for blue water cruising the interior is largely unspoilt and has been kept in original condition over the years. With her long keel and heavy displacement she should be a most comfortable sea boat. If you are looking for a classic, this one from the famous Norwegian Christiansen yard, could well be it.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
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|Location:||Bristol Bristol UK|
|Telephone:||+44 (0)1179 114 761|
25ft Folkboat, built in 1975 and launched in 1977. It is very rare to find a boat of this age which is in such fabulous condition, Smokey has been raced successfully for many years in the Solent in IOR class, Solent points, jog and club racing, she was measured by the Royal Ocean Club Racing Office and given the number K559 and a racing measurement of 14.81 feet handicap. In 2000 she had a complete refit undertaken by Mr. John Perry; she was stripped back to deck level and fitted with a strengthened forward bulkhead, new deck beams and a reinforced deck covered with the West System. Viewing e... read more
|Location:||Chichester West Sussex UK|
|Price:|| £22,500 Tax Exempt|
|Contact:||RBS Marine |
Fredonia is 51' 6" on deck gaff schooner. Built of wood of strip plank construction and sheathed in epoxy. It was built to a 1932 Fenwick Williams design and launched in 2009. Since then I have sailed the boat from England to Sardinia and have spent the last 3 years in the Mediterranean (mostly around the Balearics). The boat has been measured and has a CIM rating certificate enabling it to sail in all the Classic Regattas in the Mediterranean circuit ( not as Spirit of Tradition but with the Vintage Class of Yachts).
I am now nearly 64 and finding a boat of this type too difficult ... read more
|Length:|| 51' 6"|
|Location:||almerimar spain Almeria UK|
21’ Westmacott design, built Woodnutts Yard 1928.
Gaff rig, epoxied seams, traditional wooden spars
Full racing spec
Main & tops’l, jibs x 3 (Spargo)
Spinnakers x 3 (Mountfield, Batts)
Sheets & halyards all replaced in last 3 years
Equipment: Road trailer, Electric bilge pump, Silva compass, Sail cover, Anchor, Flares
Immaculate condition, anti-fouled and painted, ready to launch... read more
|Location:||Mylor Cornwall UK|
|Contact:||Mandy & Dave Owens|
From the drawing board of James McGruer and Built by Harry Feltham in Portsmouth, who built 8 yachts to this design between 1954 and 1962. Albertine is a fine little 8-ton (Thames Measure) sloop. She is quite narrow with a fine underwater profile and a large wetted area, and as such is very seaworthy, with her solid construction adding to the feeling of a very well-found yacht. She also has a good turn of speed.
She has generous standing headroom throughout down below for 6-feet+, and she is nice and dry despite lying outside this winter. The varnish looks really good and the deck paint is ... read more
|Length:|| 31' 10"|
|Location:||Crinan Argyll and Bute UK|
|Price:|| £15,000 Tax Paid|
New 26ft Dark Harbor 17.5 classic yacht built by Floatsjackson.
Saving over £20,000 on extras plus the VAT is paid. You can not build a yacht of this size and quality for the price I am asking. Original asking price was £69,500. This has recently been lowered to £54,500 and now due to me starting a new project I am asking for offers. First to see her will fall in love.
This yacht is currently up for an award. Classic boat awards new spirit of tradition under 40ft.
Best construction. Cedar planking sheathed in West system epoxy and biaxel glass over Laminate... read more
|Length:|| 25' 10"|
Clinker built - Larch on grown oak frames. Built 1982 by Elton Boat Building Co., Kirkcudbright. Length 22', beam 8', draft plate up 2'3", plate down 4'3". She has been recently fully restored and equipped with a large new inventory i.e 2 sets of sails one new, covers, fenders, navigation equipment, lifejackets, flares, completely rewired professionally with all paperwork, inflatable dinghy little used, folding launch trailer, Honda 3 hp outboard not run in, yard trailer, 4 wheels + 2 spare, fully equipped below decks ready to sail away. Everything new and many mo... read more
|Location:||Kirkcudbright Dumfries and Galloway UK|
Run Free is a Colin Archer 40 12m gaff ketch
Being a heavy displacement (19 tons) with deep keel is suitable for long distance ocean cruising.
Grp hull & deck, Alloy mast and spars to original plans from Swedish Colin Archer Club mould by Robert Ives of Christchurch in 1979.
Perkins 4236 72 hp. 4cyl. diesel. Muir vertical windlass 100 m 1/2 inch chain,75ab.CQR.
195 gals. Fuel in three tanks ,400 gals. Water in two tanks.
Strong construction throughout.Good stability and easy motion due to hull form and balance. Age 82 forces sale .
in commission St. Mawes. £64,0... read more
|Location:||Falmouth/St. Mawes Cornwall UK|
|Price:|| £64,000 Tax Exempt|
Morphée was built in 1964 in La Rochelle
Bermudan sloop of French design and build. Immensely strong glued strip plank construction with 6 longitudinal stringers and oak floors. Thorough refit in present ownership. Spacious interior due to generous beam and a big safe cockpit. Good solid cruising yacht with the benefits of speed and manageability.
Isuzu 36 HP 4L 35 diesel auxiliary engine (2008)
3 x 12v batteries
Limited mains circuit plus charger and shore power socket
Navman navigation equipment including
Speed and Distance log
Wind ... read more
Based on a 1936 design by Laurent Giles, the Vertue II is the latest GRP version of this classic small cruiser. By modern standards the Vertue is heavy displacement, but this makes her a reassuringly solid and stable yacht. With laid teak decks and quality joinery, plus expensive detailing such as closed fairleads set into deep toerails, the Vertue was an expensive yacht when built - the first owner in 1994 could have had a new Sadler or Moody 34-footer for very similar money. The teak decks are still in excellent condition, and over 75 years since the design originated, the Vertue remains an ... read more
|Length:|| 25' 8"|
|Location:||Isle of Wight UK|
|Price:|| £29,000 Tax Paid|
A classic Maurice Griffiths cruising design, the Golden Hind 26 is a tough little shoal draught cruiser. This is an absolutely exceptionally well fitted out and well maintained example of these yachts. She has a GRP hull, epoxied before launch and since coppercoated, with an encapsulated lead long keel and galvanised steel bilge plates. There is a GRP cockpit moulding, and the decks are epoxy-sheathed ply. The coachroof is timber. The interior is beautifully finished, with details such as a Corian worktop in the galley, and quality fittings throughout.... read more
|Price:|| £39,950 Tax Paid|
Heard 35s are a modern version of a traditional Falmouth Quay Punt, a type noted for seaworthiness. With as much ballast in the long deep keel than many modern 35-footers weigh in total, they are an immensely solid and powerful yacht - and surprisingly fast. This example has a low-profile deckhouse giving very attractive looks. Unlike the smaller and lighter built Cornish Crabbers, the Heard 35 is genuinely derived from a class of traditional working boats, though with a GRP hull and epoxy-ply decks there is far less maintenance. Additional and larger photos and a detailed inventory on our own... read more
|Location:||ashore Cornwall UK|
|Price:|| £57,700 Tax Paid|
1930 - "Sirius Star" is a beautiful, classic, 8-ton cruising yawl built in 1930 by Elkins Boatyard of Chrisrchurch, Dorset. Constructed of carvel pitch pine on an oak frame with mahogany planking above the sheer line. She is gaff rigged and sail suite includes main, foresail and mizzen/stay sail. Mechanical propulsion is by a Perkins 50hp 3-cylinder diesel engine and stability is by way of significant ballast on the centre line and two small skegs. Four berths in two cabins, fore and aft of the central cockpit. Saloon with large central drop-leaf table and galley with gas hob, ov... read more
|Location:||Poole Dorset UK|
|Price:|| £30,000 Inc. Tax|
This boat, built in the 1950s, is constructed of strip mahogany which is sound It has a long keel, a replacement aluminium mast and a Dolphin 12hp engine. The fore sail is about 5 years old and is on roller reefing. The mainsail is a lot older but still usable and is on one only slab reefing. There is a windvane and anemometer with a display in the cabin, there is also a depth sounder... read more
|Length:|| 23' 6"|
|Location:||Ipswich Suffolk UK|
East Anglian 28 for sale.
La Simpatia is a 1962 East Anglian MK1. In present ownership since 1993. She was bought as an unfinished project and over the course of a few years made seaworthy again. Her owner is a keen sailor. She has been well looked after and benefits from her replacement Vetus Diesel engine, regularly serviced. Her owner is approaching retirement age and would like to replace her with a more modern, fibre glass yacht as he plans to spend more time sailing.
1962, carvel wooden construction to Alan Buchanan design, built Dixon Kerley, long keel, Vetus 14hp diesel (1990... read more
|Location:||Blythe Northumberland UK|
|Price:|| £4,950 Tax Paid|
Built 1971 in the solid manner typical of this class. ‘CARENDA OF OBAN’ has a cleverly planned interior layout with fresh paintwork and new upholstery, it sleeps four comfortably. Sails, rigging, hull, fittings are in excellent condition. These boats have sailed the world and are reliable and safe. Moored Tayvallich.
Designer: Alan Buchanan
Builder: Seamaster and Offshore Yachts
Engine:Volvo MD7B two cylinder 17HP inboard diesel
Sail No. 368C... read more
|Length:|| 31' 8"|
|Location:||Tayvallich Bay Argyll and Bute UK|
These boat details are subject to contract.
This twin screwed gentlemans yacht was described by the surveyor as 'coming from a stable of an early proven design range and is considered to be a well built seaworthy yacht of its time. He said that her basic structure was good & she had retained her overall sturdiness. He also noted that the colossal refurbishment that was taking place could not be faulted. He also praised the engine calibre & installation, the program is on going. A potential purchaser can take over and put their own stamp on this fabulous vessel or the current owners will com... read more
|Location:||Kent Kent UK|
|Telephone:||+44 (0)7940 583396|
Moya is a custom designed, steel gaff rigged ketch, inspired by the Bristol Pilot Cutter type and based on a design by Bill Harris.
Moya was designed by Ernst Van der Laan and built by MOF Boat Builders, Cape Town, South Africa and she was launched in September 1997. She was designed to carry cargo under sail, although a change of plan meant the hold became a saloon before she left South Africa, as a cruising ketch. She travelled to South America, the Caribbean chain, to New York, back to the Caribbean and then over to Europe in 2012. She is proven, self sufficient, safe and a tall ship ca... read more
|Location:||Liverpool Merseyside UK|
|Price:|| £135,000 Tax Paid|
'OUR LIZZIE' A classic boat, built in 1920 by JW Oliver of Porthleven, Cornwall, and well known in the west country, she is a handsome and seaworthy vessel, available to purchase later this summer following her return visit to Dunkirk, 75 years after her first trip as part of operation Dynamo in 1940.
She has spacious accommodation with 8 berths in two cabins and saloon area, galley, heads and engine room. The deck house contains a chart table and instrumentation, including VHF, chart plotter, fish finder, depth sounder, switch consoles and engine instrumentation. She is fitted ... read more