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Our well maintained sailing yacht was built by the Feltz shipyard in Hamburg as a Scorpion III, designed as a motor sailor, made of solid steel. These series of boats are well known for their stability and ocean going ability. An ideal boat for circumnavigation and cruising.
The whole interior is a unique professional design, almost exclusively using teak wood. The layout is designed to accommodate five. Permanent living on it as a couple is quite comfortable. So we still do.
We are cruising in South East Asia, actually between Langkawi, Malaysia, and Phuket, Thailand.... read more
|Location:||Langkawi Kedah Malaysia|
|Price:|| €68,000 Tax Paid|
Miller Fifer Motor Sailer Built 1965 By Millers of St,Monance... read more
|Location:||Eyemouth Borders UK|
|Price:|| £18,500 Tax Paid|
The 1932 9-Ton Hillyard 'Billy Blue' offers a wide array of sailing opportunities due to her versatile Bermudan cutter rig. She embraces in abundance the sailing pleasures of a bygone era. Enthusiastically restored by the current ownership, 'Billy Blue' is now presented in excellent cosmetic condition. It is rare to find wooden boats of this age in such condition. Hillyard’s of Littlehampton are part of boat building folk-lore and these hand crafted vessels continue to find favour with the 'traditional sailor' entertaining the charms of solid wood constructi... read more
|Location:||Newhaven East Sussex UK|
|Price:|| £9,500 Tax Paid|
Overall Length: 27ft 6ins :: Waterline: 23ft 5ins :: Beam: 7ft :: Draught: 6ft :: Displacement: not known
Engine: 8hp Vire Auxilliary:: Designer: W Starling Burgess:: Builder: Herreschoff Manufacturing Co. USA:: Location: East Coast
Sail: Optional Gaff Rig / Marconi Rig :: Berths: Two / Three Berths :: Year: 1921 :: Price: £25,000
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
Sheila was the first boat built at the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company that wasn’t designed by Capt. Nat Herreshoff. Starling Burgess, an aircraft designer and close friend of Herreshoff, designed Sheila for Pau... read more
|Length:|| 27' 6"|
|Price:|| £25,000 Tax Exempt|
A FIRST CLASS, CLASSIC YACHT.
RESTORED TO NEAR NEW Ready to sail or just turn the key to motor.
MEREWIF - Sovereign 32 Class Yacht
This class was designed by Kim Holman in 1963 and two were built for the 1964 season, Hull no 1 was LIBRAE built for a Mr Foster. MEREWIF was hull No.2. There were about eight built the last one in 1971. (Information from Mr David Cooper of Holman & Pye, West Mersea)
Merewif's 1st appearance is in Lloyds Register 1965.
Merewif : 9 ton. TM Aux Bmu Ketch.
Engine Perkins 43HP diesel 1964 (Now fitted with new Beta 37.5 HP 4 cyl... read more
|Location:||Pinmill Suffolk UK|
|Price:|| £20,000 Tax Exempt|
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
Maurice Griffiths was a great influence in post-war yachting and as editor of Yachting Monthly for many years, he persuaded numerous people to take up yachting at that time. In his designs, he took much of his inspiration from the East Coast working boats built for those shoal waters but was also influenced by some American designs.
Maurice is certainly most well known for his smaller shoal draft designs which appealed to the growing number of new yachtsmen at the time. His designs were built in quite large numbers by the small East Coast boatyards and several... read more
|Length:|| 38' 6"|
|Price:|| £28,500 Tax Exempt|
Sparkman & Stevens, SS 48 sloop - Et klenodie for kenderen.
Sparkman & Stevens bådene er legendariske. I årtier har deres design og sejlegenskaber været anset for det ypperste af det ypperste, og S&S´erne har bevist det ved igen og igen at rydde kapsejladsbanerne overalt i verden.
Dette eksemplar, Bohemia, har ikke gjort sin fornemme slægt til skamme. Den blev nr. 3 i Admirals Cup to gange – og har flere andre fornemme placeringer i store, klassiske sejladser som fx Gotland Rundt, hvor den gentagne gange er løbet med førstepla... read more
Constructed in Italy in 1963 this distinct mahogany 15 metre motorsailer has recently undergone extensive restoration and is awaiting a new loving owner. Built at the famous Picchioti shipyard, it is a one-off design created by F.A. Boretti who loved classical and interesting proportions. A new 320 HP heavy duty Daewoo engine is the powerhouse behind this traditional boat, with a cruising speed of 12 Knots. Many extras include separate service batteries, dynamo, beautiful canopies, rear platform with shower, completely kitted out cockpit, fly bridge, solar panels, a long teak deck, davits, as... read more
|Location:||Lefkada Ionian Islands Greece|
|Price:|| £90,000 Tax Paid|
Sadie Dalton is an earlly (Mk1) design -built in early 1980s by Terry Heard in Tregatreath Mylor Bridge yard and named after her designer: Percy Dalton's daughter.She was raced by the Heard family for some years until Terry's death when she was converted to a yacht. whilst retaining the original outsized racing rig. I bought Sadie in Jan'18 as a winter restoration project when she was kept at Sam Heard's yard: Gaffers & Luggers in Mylor Bridge when the cockpit was removed and he installed an inboard diesel & running gear. A new cockpit was then constructed in mah... read more
|Location:||Falmouth Cornwall UK|
|Price:|| £13,500 Tax Exempt|
Laxey Gander is a Tamarisk 29, gaff rigged cutter built in 1980. Laxey Gander is equipped and ready to sail. She has a GRP hull made by Cygnus fitted out by North Cornwall Marine with plywood decking, wooden mast and spars. She has a full suit of red sails and an additional No1 Jib, all of which are in good condition. Sail area 583 sq ft. Below decks are comfortable saloon and forward cabins with varnished hardwood features, rope handholds and bronze opening portholes. Laxey Gander has the look of a traditional sailing boat with the advantages of a GRP hull, a powerful Buhk engine and a ... read more
|Length:|| 36' 4"|
|Location:||Lytham Lancashire UK|
Hannah of Rock Cornish Crabber Mk1 CC3 Built 1975. For Sale £3000.
The last of only 4 wooden crabbers ever built 1975 and used as the mould template for subsequent fibreglass hulls. Following a stroke last year and 4 grandchildren it's time to change to a larger boat. Over 9 years of ownership based at Felixstowe Ferry on the river Deben we have enjoyed sailing the surrounding rivers and estuaries with a lifting centerboard able to entre even the Deben at any state of the tide. During ownership we have made good the hull and all wooden parts which with continued care are good for ... read more
|Location:||Bawdsey Quay on mooring Suffolk UK|
We're looking for a new owner for this beautifully restored, traditional wooden sailing boat.
The present owner of this lovely little yacht has many years of experience and knowledge of working with historical, wooden sailing craft of all sizes. This shows clearly in his attention to detail.
Purchased in 2009 as a retirement project, he has applied these skills tirelessly over the last 7 years to repair, restore and bring this vessel up to a very high standard indeed.
She has been completely stripped out, has new decks, new beams, a new mast, the cabin & decks have all been fresh... read more
|Location:||Near Plymouth, Devon, UK (by appointment only) Devon UK|
Built in Cowes IOW in 1960. 4 berth Bermudan sloop. Yacht needs fresh paint job to bring back it's glory. Hull and cabin in sound condition no bad timbers, built to last. Hull is wood coated in woven Matt and epoxy from new and still solid. The Engine is a 1 cylinder BMW but unfortunately solid does not turn over and needs replacing. The mast , boom and rigging have been taken off to reduce windage, easy put back up, unfortunately no sails. Yacht is a black canvas in need of paint and modernisation.
The mooring is none residential , but still free for rent .... read more
|Location:||West Sussex UK|
Wooden Folkboat built North Wales 1964.
Mahogany clinker hull on oak backbone with sheathed plywood deck, mahogany coachroof and iron ballast keel.
Deck stepped Aluminium mast, slab reef boom, s.s. wire rigging, s.s. pushpit/pulpit and stanchions, sails.
Two blade prop, shaft and stern tube. No engine.
This boat requires a complete rebuild/restoration and is free to a good home...
Road trailer in photos not included in sale. I can deliver subject to negotiation.... read more
LOA : 7.62m (25ft 0in)
Wood carvel construction
Believed built in early 1950s
Nearing end of 10+ year renovation
Shed stored until summer 2019
Rigging & Sails
Bermudan Sloop rig
Wood mast/spars and rigging all currently in shed storage (believed complete but not yet fitted to boat)
Mainsail (good condition)
Jib (good condition, hanked on)
Mechanical & Electrical
Choice of outboard engines (six available!)
Outboard mounted inboard on transom (with deck cover when outboard not in use)
Accommodation... read more
Alan Buchanan design, built 1964. Wood hull and deck. In excellent condition ready to go cruising.
I am getting a bigger boat so need to move this one on, hence selling at a bargain price.
Comes with Medina River pontoon berth till end of year.
This boat is excellent for doing Classic Yacht regattas. I also did the Round the Island race this year. It has a current IRC Certificate (0.801 TCF)... read more
|Location:||Cowes Isle of Wight UK|
|Price:|| £7,000 Tax Paid|
Vera May, a Norfolk Gypsy number 72 built in 1996. Lying on her mooring at Potter Heigham, Norfolk Broads, where she has been for the past six years being sailed extensively by her present owner and his wife in the Northern and southern broads.
Similar to the Cornish Shrimper but built locally in Norfolk. A traditionally styled cruising yacht offering low maintenance with a seaworthy design ideal for exploring the shallow waters of the east coast and beyond. With the addition of a road trailer (not included in the sale) she would also be well suited to trailer sailing, and her shallow draf... read more
|Location:||Potter Heigham Norfolk UK|
|Price:|| £19,500 Tax Exempt|
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
The International Dragon One-Design needs little introduction as one of the most successful racing designs of the twentieth century.
The Norwegian design, by Johann Anker dates from 1929. In 1948 the Dragon was accepted as an Olympic class and the rest, as they say, is history. The Dragon Class has since been established throughout Europe and is still a competitively raced class.
DRAGONFLY – Dragon number GBR 453, SSR 15100 Part Three registered is one of the later Borresen built boats which are noted for their speed and craftsmanship build.
Out ... read more
|Length:|| 29' 2"|
|Price:|| £6,500 Tax Exempt|
1973 Contessa 26ft for sale. Yanmar 1GM10 engine. Priced to sell quickly, as I've bought a new boat. I've had her 5 years. She has plenty of sailing left in her and should be pretty trouble-free.... read more
|Location:||Maryport Cumbria UK|
Steel rebuilt one design of last century working boat, based on the lines of a racing smack and a big fishing smack ( Skellinger).
Brandaen is a real eye catcher with her more than 200 sqm of sail and her size overall of 22 meter.
She is fast, stable and in spite of her size easy to handle with 2 persons.
Skipper and wife made many seatrips along the coast of Europe , from the Azores to Norway and joined in several festifals as Yarmouth, Brest- Douarnenez, Falmouth.
Brandaen is very well equiped and able to sail allover the world
for more info and specifications you must see website... read more
|Location:||Edam Noord-Holland Netherlands|
|Price:|| €195,000 Inc. Tax|