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A Classic styled steel motor yacht, built as a mussel cutter in 1959. Professionally converted from a commercial fishing cutter into a practical, contemporary motor cruiser, she offers accommodation for up to six persons. A cruising home/ pleasure craft, she could be used for commercial survey or charter work.
She has the capabilities to go practically anywhere and can be run self sufficiently off grid. Modifications and the re workings of her domestic arrangements were completed, 2018.
She has spent the last couple of seasons cruising inland water ways of Holland. Last out of water whilst ... read more
|Price:|| £125,000 Tax Paid|
A Classic wooden cruising Folk boat,1962 kept afloat "in commission", kept in same ownership for 22 years. Long keel, Fractional Bermudian Sloop, carvel planked. A major restoration in 2002, since there has been a rolling programme of maintenance and refitting.
Built in the Isle of Wight, 1962.
List of Works, carried out.:
New Yanmar 1GM10, diesel engine.
Mikuni diesel cabin heater installed. new separate diesel fuel tank
New aft deck in marine ply.
Glass and epoxy deck covering for the entire deck.
New bespoke 3/4” bronze sheet horse.
New stainless chain plates.
Ru... read more
|Length:|| 25' 10"|
"Quality Street" she is a one off and something rather special. She was purchased in a very sorry state 1990's. Her professional engineer owner stored her away as his project and set about having her professionally restored. She was totally stripped out of all her original outdated interior, re- engined, and the 2 moulds of the hull and the deck were re fastened and re sealed. A mammoth task. All new gear, fixtures and fittings were installed. The main bulk of the work carried out between 2001 -2002.
LOA 7.90m LWL 5.63m, Beam 2.59m, Draft Min 1.40m
Stood ashore on marin... read more
|Price:|| £5,550 Tax Paid|
Macwester 26 GRP cruising yacht , presently used as a caravan afloat, she offers good headroom and spacious accommodation for her 26ft length.
Tidily presented, a great as an overnighter. She has the benefits of a relatively recently installed Beta Marine 20hp diesel engine.
Carries a simple Bermudan Rig. In the water and ready to go....... read more
|Price:|| £4,250 Tax Exempt|
Ro An Mor a well-maintained Traditional gaff cutter, a robust GRP moulded hull with a wooden deck (painted epoxied marine ply and decks beams). Her lines taken from the Falmouth working boats. She was one of the first of her design built in 1978 by Treve Marine in Penryn, Cornwall.
Old Gaffers Member No: 843. Small Ships Registered SSR No: 06786
Found to be ideal for coastal cruising and the Thames estuary. Last year, 2022, she cruised through Holland via the ‘mast-up’ route. She’s been regularly sailed between London and the East Coast. Used fortnightly in the Sailing... read more
|Price:|| £12,500 Tax Exempt|
Nordic Folk boat, built in 1964 nr. Stockholm. Sweden. Clinker Larch planking, all varnished inside and out with Oak frames. The cabin housing and covering boards are of Honduras Mahogany. . Much work was carried out on her 2018-2020. Updating her electrics, decks and coach roof were clothed, and painted. Solid fuel stove installed, a double burner stove was added. works carried out on her transom and boom.
To be sold with 9ft wooden dinghy and a long shaft Honda 2.3hp outboard.
A beauty in her simplicity, a dream to sail. Kept in wonderful condition.
In commission, on the water, pre... read more
|Price:|| £9,500 Tax Exempt|
A 80ft engineless, wooden Thames Sailing Barge, 1881. Registered in Rochester, Kent. 1882. Built for carrying a cargo of bricks from Medway to the Thames.
She crossed the Channel over to France and Holland, around the coast as far south as Southampton and Devonport.
Re surveyed in dry dock June 2022, all was found to be in good order. She was at this time re-antifouled.
George Smeed has been completely rebuilt / restored over last 30 plus years.
The present restoration was started back in 1976, with a continuous maintenance programme continues to date.
A National Historic Vessel, has a w... read more
|Price:|| £325,000 Tax Exempt|
A Salcombe Yawl, an open wooden varnished sailing dinghy, in very good condition. Number:129 on the Register of Salcombe yawl Owners Association.
She requires a coat of antifouling and a re brightening of the varnish. She has a natural Teak laid decks, Teak grating and sole boards. She is fully equipped with a single axle road trailer which has been overhauled. bearing / tyres etc.
A very attractive and cherished day sailer with a detachable cuddy/ hood, making her rather unique, yet she remains eligible for Class racing. Several years ago, Shipwright, Fabian Bush of Rowhedge was commiss... read more
|Price:|| £6,500 Tax Exempt|
A very simple, practical GRP sail cruiser with twin bilge keels, Bermudian Rig.
Standing headroom below, accommodation for four. She has been stood ashore for several years. The present owner is working his way through her, refitting her rather than sailing her. She has is a complete inventory of gear, albeit that some updating and cosmetics are required.
Inboard diesel engine, a deck stepped alloy mast and boom. Sails two of, her mainsail is of a deep purple/ black as in her name, the rig standing and running all of an age....... read more
|Length:|| 27' 2"|
|Price:|| £6,000 Tax Paid|
Martine is a 40m Belgian Spitz motor river barge, built in 1956. Constructed of rivetted and welded steel, hull, decks, crew accommodation aft, the wheel house alone is constructed of wood and glass. She was bought straight from trade.
The huge hold area has a headroom of over 2m. It is covered with removed able aluminium hatch covers. The hold is currently being used as a wood store, partial filled with ton bags of ballast too.
She has been sitting on the present mooring for approx 9yrs. She was motored to Essex under her own power.
Accommodation, offered at present is a Timonerie sty... read more
|Price:|| £65,000 Tax Exempt|