Used Boats: 29 Adverts Displaying: 21-29
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
One of the most popular Westerly designs, the Fulmar is slightly longer, more streamlined and faster than her predecessors.
Seaworthy, strong & safe, over 400 were built. As a good all rounder, that is both forgiving and easy to sail, it’s easy to see why so many were used as training vessels.
This example is currently being upgraded. The heads compartment has been modernised, most of the windows have been resealed and she was anti-fouled in Summer 2020.
Set up for short handed sailing with the lines leading aft to a roomy cockpit, she also has the added benefit of bilge keels.
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This popular Jeanneau cruiser was designed with long distance cruising in mind. Equally at home on the open sea or in coastal waters, these strongly built yachts are known to be swift, seaworthy and good passage makers.
They proved themselves in 1981 when they performed particularly well in the TWOSTAR, two handed Trans Atlantic Race. Beamy and well laid out, these 40 footers have acres of space both below and above deck.
With the main sheet traveller situated across the coachroof, the large cockpit is uncluttered and has plenty of room for family or friends. The deck with non slip pa... read more
If you're looking for a capable, blue water cruiser that is well proven, won't let you down in testing conditions and has just had over £20k invested in all the important stuff, look no further.
This lucky Nic Mk V has been spoilt rotten over the last 12 months with an extensive refit programme, including new standing & running rigging, a suite of new Jeckells sails (a fully battened main, genoa & cruising chute) and new canvas work consisting of a new flat pack with lazy jacks, a new spray hood and a new integrated cockpit tent.
To top this off, there's also an excellent new navigati... read more
Designed by David Feltham and built by Cobra/Seawolf Yachts, this pretty pocket cruiser manages to pack a lot into her beamy 23ft. This is the fin keeled version which is said to be speedy, manoeuvrable and sea kindly.
This example is tidy & dry down below and with berths for four, a small galley and a private sea toilet, she presents an ideal first time buyers boat.
Well maintained, this vessel comes with the added benefit of a reconditioned engine (in 2015) and a dinghy / outboard to complete the package.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking pr... read more
The Morgan Giles 30 has a good reputation for sea keeping qualities. Built to Lloyds exacting standards, it is renowned for safe, swift, passage making, has great lines & is pretty to look at too.
A classic family cruiser/racer with long keel, this example is set up for short/single handed sailing. The lines lead aft to the cockpit and there is an Aries Self Steering Wind Vane fitted.
Practical and cozy down below, the interior has a traditional wooden finish with a Taylors paraffin heater for warmth. There are berths for 5. The forward cabin has a double berth (or two singles), the sa... read more
The Princess 30 DS was created back in 1980 through a collaboration between John Bennett and Bernard Olesinski. It’s testament to them that the classic lines still look good today. They created a great platform for family coastal, inland or river cruising, and these vessels are still very popular.
This example has been used as a live aboard ashore for the last twelve months and has been kept clean and tidy by it’s current owner.
The accommodation on this boat is cleverly set out in four areas. The lower deck has a forward cabin with two single berths that can easily be converte... read more
This strong, seaworthy, twin engines fishing boat could soon be ready to go.
As far as a project goes she is coming on nicely. Most of the expensive work, such as improvements to the wiring, the engines and the drive legs, has already been carried out by professionals under the current owner but due to a change in personal circumstances, the owner has now decided to sell her on as she is.
Although she might appear a bit rough and not quite ready at the moment, this could soon change in the hands of an enthusiastic new owner.
For a twin engined craft of her size, build and price, ... read more
This is an excellent example of a Nicholson 32 Mk X. Highly sought after, the Mk 10 benefits from extra head height and a more comfortable accommodation lay out. This is on top of all the usual Nic 32 excellent qualities, (one of Camper Nicholsons' most successful boats). Strong, stable and fast, these blue water racer cruisers, with long encapsulated lead keels, have great seakeeping qualities. Quite often, the serious sailors yacht of choice.
This example, has been maintained to a high standard and is fitted with quality Owen sails, a fully working wind vane system, a bow thruster, a g... read more