All Classic Boats for sale
The boat as it is, is a fibre glass copy of a Sheringham boat called the Golden Jubilee. We build them to a pleasure boat finish using iroko hard wood and marine ply throughout. The engine we fit is a Beta 14hp 2 to 1 reduction gear box coupled to a 1¼ “stainless steel shaft and a bronze propeller. They have a 6½ gallon stainless steel tank, using copper pipes to feed the engine. The boat also comes fitted as standard an electric bilge pump, solar panel to charge batteries, anchor, chain and fenders.
The boat is available as a new build for £18000 plus VAT.... read more
|Price:|| £18,000 Ex. Tax|
Great Coastal Cruiser and Liveaboard, Offshore passages no problem
'Sea Laughter 2' is a spacious 45' Motor Sailor, built in 1960 by Miller&Sons in Fife to fishing vessel standards. She has been commissioned as a pleasure yacht, with extra ballast keel for sailing. Initially rigged as a sloop, she has now been re-rigged as a ketch and has remarkable sailing abilities. Originally built from Pitch Pine on Oak Frames, large sections of the topsides have been re-planked with Teak in 2008. Substantial structural repairs to the stern and deck in 2018/19.
LoA 13.72m, ... read more
|Price:|| £50,000 Tax Paid|
Cognac is a South Coast one Design 7.7 metres long keeled cruiser /racer designed by Charles Nicholson in 1955
sail no SC14, built by Woodnutts in 1956
she has a full set of sails, redecked in 2009.
engine yanmar 1 gm 10... read more
A unique opportunity to acquire one of the earliest classic yachts afloat.
Sorceress a 60ft Gaff Cutter designed and built by Arthur E Payne in 1878 for Captain Lynch Staunton a member of the Royal Yacht Squadron.
Captain Lynch Staunton also owned Mermaid 1860 built by Arthur Paynes father Alfred.
Sorceress was launched in the year of Alfreds death so one could imagine her being on the cusp of the evolution of yacht design with Arthur Payne going on to produce yachts such as Cariad, Javelin, Wayward and Artemis.
At 60ft LOD 13ft Beam and 9ft 6ins Draft, Sorceress is a very hand... read more
|Price:|| £85,000 Tax Exempt|
14 ' Walker sailing dinghy in need of restoration with mast sails and rudder.London SW17.Best offer secures.... read more
This classic pram sailing dinghy is ideal as a yacht tender or sailing boat for youngsters to learn to sail or row. She is in nice condition, fully equipped to sail or row and light enough for youngsters to handle ashore or afloat. There is a launching trolley but no road trailer. The sails are in perfect condition as this boat was seldom used
This boat was built by the Owner who was a profesional boat builder to the design of Malcolm Goodwin, a renowned East coast sailor, designer and boatbuilder. It is being sold on behalf of the Owner who has retired, his grandchildren have grown up and... read more
Built in England in 1972 in fibreglass (25 mm) with frames and stringers as a “one- off” designed by Sparkman & Stephens.
An extremely safe and seaworthy sailor for world wide cruising.
Length over all 57 feet
Length on deck 54 feet
Beam 4, 1 meter
Draft 2, 1 meter
Total weight 24 tons
Gross tonnage 16 tons
Net tonnage 6 tons
She has 3 double cabins and 3 beds in the main saloon. There are two separate toilets, one with shower. Seating for 10 persons below deck and up to 25 in the cockpit and on deck. New interior during 2000-2009. Also new Lew... read more
|Price:|| £69,500 Tax Paid|
Fearnought is a beautiful 36ft. (29' 6" LWL) Gaff Cutter designed by Arthur Payne and built of Teak at Luke brothers yard, Hamble in1897. Her hull is of Carvel Teak on oak frames and is almost entirely original. She has a bolted on ballast keel with a with a cut away forefoot.
There is a huge amount of provenance with this boat including original extracts from The Yachting World from 1896/7 detailing her build progress. She was pictured sailing on the November 1998 cover of Classic Boat.
National small boat register.
She is currently laid up and available to view in Cornwall.... read more
Lovely little Sailing Cutter lying in the Canal-Du-Midi in the South of France. This German teak built boat is beautifully restored to present a sound and fun sailing boat actually cruising the inland waters the boat has recently been out of the water for antifouling and inspection. For the connaisseur or enthusiast of classic lined vessels.... read more
|Price:|| €12,500 Tax Paid|
Leander is a cutter-rigged gaff yawl, hull Nº 32, hand-built in 2000 by Roger Wilkinson of Kittiwake Boats.
She is built in the “Classic” layout and has a simulated clinker hull in moulded GRP. The interior of the boat is fitted out in iroko and mahogany wood with brass and bronze fittings. The masts and spars are of varnished Colombian pine.
She comes with a hanked foresail, furling jib, gaffed main with 2 reefing points, mizzen sail and cruising chute.
She has a small foredeck beneath which is located a substantial locker. Buoyancy tanks are built-in to the hull und... read more