All Open Boats Classic Boats for sale
Clinker launch "Thrombosis" built 1935 27ft.Ex British lightship vessel and yacht club workboat.The vessel is Honduras Mahagony on oak frames is in Exellent condition for its age and well looked after with interesting history and one of a kind.There was a big restoration project done between 2005-2008.The boat comes with new engine box 2020,Nav lights anchor, cooker sink with fresh water ,fixed toilet 2 bunks,Winter cover.... read more
|Location:||Co Cork Ireland|
This beautifully restored traditional clinker planked wooden launch with steamed oak ribs was originally built as a Looe Ferry and would have been licensed to carry 12 passengers.
Loa 19ft 6"
She has recently been completely refitted by Butler&Co near Truro and is fitted with a 16hp Yanmar inboard diesel engine, solar panels and full cover. Her paint and varnish work is also in excellent condition.
A rare opportunity to purchase a lovely little run around for exploring creeks and rivers.... read more
LOA : 4.4m (14ft 5in)
Wood carvel construction
Cedar planked (thus suggesting that she was almost certainly a sailing vessel originally)
Original builder and date of build unknown (probably 1950s)
Professionally restored to very high standard
Last afloat 2020
Mechanical & Electrical
1.5hp Stuart Turner inboard petrol engine (overhauled 2020)
12V battery (2020)
Single axle road trailer (2020 at cost of £1,500, trailer board with integrated waterproof lighting)
Bespoke fitted cover with two stainl... read more
|Length:|| 14' 5"|
Traditional clinker wooden rowing boat/ tender. " Smack's Boat".
She was built in the 1950's by the renowned Boat builder Cyril White of Brightlingsea.
She has a skulling notch too. Used as a work boat to fish from.
An All-painted finish, stripped back to bare 3 years ago.
She would make a lovely sailing dinghy with a simple rig.
Launching trolley available, if required. (separate negotiation).... read more
|Price:|| £1,500 Tax Exempt|
Beautiful original design and build by Cruisemaster of Eel Pie Island. Built in 2019 by Dave Johnston. Clinker glued and riveted ply, Sapeli decks and interior seating. Grating floor boards and tiller steering. Seats 5-6 people.
This is a very pretty boat, with nice classic lines, she is very stable and smooth in the water and creates virtually no wash. Rope fender rubbing strake and brass trim. This is a one off design, built lovingly by Dave and now for sale as we need the space for the next one. This is ideal for river or estuary and is a very attractive boat.
Since her build she has bee... read more
‘Lady Mary’ has been in same family ownership from new. A much loved and well looked after wooden day launch which was built by Maycraft of Potter Heigham in 1959. Perfect for family days out.
Fitted with a new Tohatsu 9.8hp engine in 2018, and a new canopy/cover this boat is ready to begin a new adventure with new owners.
This 1959 traditional wooden launch in very good condition, built in mahogany with oak ribs by a single boat builder at Maycraft of Potter Heigham
Unique design, central steering position
2018 Tohatsu MFS 9.8 EPL four stroke outboard engine
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Includes custom galvanised Trolly and Trailer with less than 100 miles of use.
Boat construction: Clinker marine ply and epoxy. Low maintainance as a result. Very good condition. 2 rowing positions, correct length oars, bronze rowlocks. Built as a tender to a 65ft schooner. Sweet boat that rows exceptionally well.... read more
Builder : Stanley Goodwin and Son of Kidderminster
LOA : 4.27m (14ft 0in)
Wood clinker construction
Transom hung rudder
Mechanical & Electrical
Diesel inboard engine (believed to be ~11hp)
Engine turned over but not ran under current ownership
Single axle road trailer (believed only used for storage to date)
Manual bilge pump
Cover (poor condition)
Purchased recently as a project by the current owner (a professional boat builder), this traditional motor launch is now again fo... read more
Harriet (No 1 of several) was built by the Ocean Yacht Company at Penpol Boat Yard in 1996 (see brass plaque) and first shown at the Earl's Court Boat Show, now completely renovated and refitted by Polvarth Boatyard (St Mawes) in 2020 and showing as virtually new. The original wood Harriet (from which a mould was taken) was built around 1935 by (reputedly) Percy Mitchell of Mevagissey and at one time was owned by Admiral Woodward - Captain of 'Britannia'.
She is an extremely elegant launch (elegant enough to be seen at Henley) but built and equipped for use in coastal w... read more
|Price:|| £27,500 Tax Paid|
Victorian Replica Steam Launch Built to Very high standard, lots of brass work , Windermere Kettle, Fiberglass Folic 21ft . Hull. And roof can be used on or off. coal fired . Stuart engine, just had lots of work done ,value in 2012 was 43k. Has been running this year, but I will need to have the boiler retested this year, , I have plenty of photos, put on here to test the water so to speak .... read more