All Motor Boat Classic Boats for sale
Lady Christina 1938 – a 39ft Teak on oak - Fairwind Class.
Built by master boat builder Graham Bunn (Windboats, Wroxham) in an epoch when quality was of the highest standards, Lady Christina is constructed of the ultimate boat builder’s timber, Burmese Teak on solid 2” English oak frame.
She recently underwent a complete renovation to bring this Classic motor cruiser into the 21st century and had a complete refit with modern systems under the classic look of a true Gentlemen’s cruiser. With her dual position controls and super flying bridge, she is a river cruiser... read more
|Length:|| 39' 6"|
A typically classic and elegant Silvers motor sailor - to a John Bain design, built in 1938.
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Built in 1928 at Bert Shutlers Yard in Poole Dorset . Length : 27ft 6in, beam : 8ft 2in , draught : 3ft. Shower room with sink and toilet . Kitchen facilities, sleeps 4. Beds convert to table plus seating area. Full winter cover included. A truly beautiful classic wooden boat of its era and shows off stunning classic lines when sitting in the water. Offers in the region of : £21,000... read more
|Length:|| 27' 6"|
Fully restored to its former glory tug. Equipped with a comfortable home and guesthouse. Four takt slowrunner engine, in a new condition. Registered as a sailing monument.
Engine is completely reconditioned/overhauled (in factory)... read more
Roeboats are delighted to offer you Ninigret a 22’motor boat designed by John Atkin. The Ninigret has a large cockpit that comfortably seats 6, two berths and a sea toilet (head). The Ninigret has many great features that you will come to love, one of these was that the motor is housed in a covered well thus reducing noise and protecting the cockpit from following seas. Keeping you dry and comfortable no matter what.
Roeboats have been building beautiful custom wooden boats for over ten years and if you would like to discuss having your own boat built please don't hesitate to con... read more
|Location:||Co Cork Ireland|
- Stock #113937 -
Custom Yacht Tender Built by the New York Yacht Service in 1950. Restored in 2008.
Powered by Universal 4 cylinder engine, this solid runabout is a classic handmade wooden tender with a bulletproof Sea Flex keel. She is classic in her design with modern touches like, current analog gauges, lighting, battery and custom hand varnished seating. Her 4 cylinder engine can be hand cranked in the case of an emergency.
She sports a classic 6 spoke ships wheel that turns the 16 inch rudder for excellent control. Seating for 6 and optional rowing ability.
Her hull is all Cypress ... read more
|Price:|| $12,500 Tax Not Paid|
VENEZIAN TAXI BOAT - CANTIERE CELLI VENEZIA
Original 1956 reconstructed, according to the original design according to the guidelines and techniques of the Italian Cantieris Artisans.
Origin and Year
Venice - 1956 (one of the rare in the world)
9.20 meters in length by 2.30 meters in the mouth and draft of 60 cm
NEW Shaft Line Engine, Mercruizer MAG, 5.9 Liter V.8
Motorization, connections and wiring
Electrical wiring and connections to the pressure gauges and engine, completely new, in compliance with current. regulations.... read more
A fully restored classic, British,Fairey Huntsman 28. Exhibited in the Earl’s Court boat show by Fairey when first built, fully restored over the past 8 years of our ownership. New pair of Perkins 215c engines fitted in 2017 with low hours. Hull stripped right back and fully refinished inside and out. Beautiful teak cockpit with plenty of seating. Cosy interior heated by webasto blown air heating. Waeco fridge, 2 burner hob and sink, coffee maker and microwave. Seating converts to double bed. Large head with Blake victory. Fully rewired with battery charger and inverter. Hot and cold r... read more
|Location:||Isle of Wight UK|
Great former rescue lifeboat, perfect to sail to the beautiful habours of Scotland or the Baltic sea.
Last hull survey april 2015
Sailing area waterways and seagoing... read more
Yachting Brokers are pleased to present a beautiful 1923 classic motor yacht that has been lovingly restored. Registered on the National Historic Ships, she was built to private order in 1923 and subsequently purchased by the post office to operate in the Shetland Isles. Rumours abound that she was used for clandestine operations in World War II which resulted in her capture and scuttling. Thankfully she was raised by the Royal Navy and purchased by HM government in 1947. Her whereabouts after that are a bit murky but she appears to have been used as a houseboat until being purchased by the cu... read more