All Classic Boats for sale
Domingo was built by Seacraft in 1961 to a design closely derived from the Maurice Griffiths' Tidewater class. She is an auxiliary Bermudan cutter rigged sailing cruiser.
She is a comfortable yacht of considerable character with good performance under both sail and power.... read more
|Price:|| £13,950 Tax Paid|
A very well looked after yacht in excellant condition inside and out. 5/berths with standing headroom throughout.
Viewing is a must, Recent survey available... read more
|Price:|| €34,900 Tax Paid|
North Sea 24, Kim Holman designed long keel classic built in 1965 by Uphams yard, Brixham. Hull is splined Mahogany plank on Rock Elm closely spaced with some laminated and Oak structural items. Planks are all copper fastened. Yanmar 2QM15 inboard dieselLocated Liverpool.... read more
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|
Bush Baby is a very good example of the classic South Coast One Design.
Designed by Charles Nicholson and built at Burnes of Bosham in 1961, in our ownership over the last 5 years she has been well maintained, with specialist work by Nick Gates of Emsworth.
As to be expected with a SCOD, she sails very well for her size, and never fails to turn heads and attract compliments wherever we go.
* New bunk cushions 2015
* New standing rigging 2017
* New Elvstrom mainsail and genoa 2019
* New headsail furler 2019
* Exterior varnish professionally renewed 2020
* De... read more
|Price:|| £10,000 Tax Paid|
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|
Schooner 'Westflinghe', Sea going vessel, by. 1883, dim. 21.70 x 5.00 x 2.35/4.20m. John Deere 240HP built in 2009, 10 running hours, schooner rigged, compl. new luxe interior, bridge with seat, beautiful galley with Boretti equipment and dining area, cozy saloon with view over water, 3 x double cabin, luxury bathroom and Finnish Sauna. Very well maintained. Complete rebuikt in 2010/2011... read more
|Price:|| €795,000 Tax Paid|
14 ' Walker sailing dinghy in need of restoration with mast sails and rudder.London SW17.Best offer secures.... read more
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
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