Built as a fishing boat in NOva Scotia for the tough waters of the north Atlantic, she worked on the Grand Banks for 20 years before being retired. She was then rebuilt and converted to a yacht with an impressive gaff schooner rig and has been sailing commercially since 1997. Well equipped and smart, she is fully licensed under Canadian flag. An impressive big boat in long very professional ownership has meant she has been very well maintained. Call for further details.
A stunning high specification yacht, inspired by a St Malo pilot cutter from 1896. First sailed in 2013, she has an immensely strong GRP hull, spacious interior with large ensuite double cabins fore and aft + 4 single berths, and a comprehensive inventory which allows for long passages at sea in great comfort. Gardner 6LXBM 127hp in dedicated engine room.
Traditional rig with modern refinements to make life easier. Hatch over the saloon and removeable furniture gives her a cargo carrying capability. A one-off design built for adventurous sailing.
Built as a fishing vessel in Denmark in 1933, converted to a yacht in her current form about 20 years ago with a new interior, new deck, superstructure and a lot of replacement of the hull structure. Very nicely built interior with large double forecabin and a twin aft cabin plus a large central saloon and spacious deck house with galley and interior helm. Hundested 2cyl diesel installed new in 1972, a very smooth continuous running engine with a variable pitch propellor giving ahead and astern. Although she looks a bit rough on the outside, she is a very solid vessel and is in running condition so can quite easily be steamed away for the work to be completed. A great opportunity to obtain a vessel of this type which has a manageable project element rather than a complete rebuild.
Converted gaff ketch originally built as fishing boat in Denmark in 1928, now converted to a gaff ketch yacht with comfortable interior with berths for 10 people. Manageable size rig making her easy to handle for a small crew. Gardner 6LX gives economical cruising under power. This is a nice traditional looking boat with all the systems normally expected and everything in working order. She comes with her own mooring in Portugal and is now well aclimatised to the warm temperatures.
Replica Ancient Greek sailing ship built for use as a film prop. Used in two films and laid up since. Heavy construction of the hull and decks. Complete rig except for sails. Yamaha 40hp outboard for propulsion.
One of the original Danish fishing boats which convert so well to sail and have the lovely elliptical counter stern. Massively built of oak on oak, this boat was rebuilt 2001 - 2007 with extensive replanking, new deck and a completely new interior and systems installed. 10 berths. Mercedes diesel. She has been chartering since 2009.
An enormously powerful and capable cruising ketch with a impressive ocean racing and world cruising history. Fast, seaworthy and incredibly strong, this yacht has proved herself time and again over the years. 9 berths, large doghouse saloon, good engine. Brand new rig installed last year with all rigging and naviagtion equipment. A lot of boat for the money and a real blue water opportunity. NEW VIDEO
A fine big yacht designed and built to a high standard, all teak planking, recently refitted by the present owner including a new solid teak deck, new rig, interior, systems and many extras. Used for a long time as a charter yacht in the Mediterranean, now eminently suitable as a gentleman's yacht with a luxurious interior and acres of deck space. Powerful bermudan rig, Volvo Penta 145hp diesel, 8 berths including a twin aft cabin and a double en-suite cabin forward. A comfortable, eye catching yacht with masses of interior volume and ready to sail.
51' Nordia van Dam steel ketch. 1981. 7 berths in 3 double cabins + passageway berths. Large sheltered center cock-pit. 125hp Volvo. Bowthruster. Generator. 7 year world cruise in previous ownership. Complete equipment. Rosewood joinery. 6'+ head-room. 2 showers. Recent surveys. Many updates in 2014. A fantastic blue water cruising boat.
Baroque was owned by the infamous Bill Tillman for a number of years and was used as his expedition vessel to undertake voyages to the Arctic where Tillman set out to climb various mountains previously not climbed. Baroque has had a varied career, serving as a pilot boat for the first 20 years of her life and was also commandeered by the navy for duty during World War II. In recent years she has had a major rebuild where the majority of her framing and planking was replaced, as well as a new deck, deck beams and bulwarks. A rare opportunity to purchase an original pilot cutter with the reassurance of a new sound hull.