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Staysail Schooner


Danish fishing boat built in Esbjerg in 1958. Refitted and converted to a yacht in 1993. Staysail schooner rig with bermudan mainsail and a wishbone on the foremast. 10 berths with heads, galley and large saloon. 5m x 5m cargo hold with hatches over. Interesting big boat, apparently in sound condition, needing cosmetic work to bring back the shine. Very realistic price due to a change in circumstances for the owner. NEW FULL SPECIFICATION and RECENT PHOTOS

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Esbjerg, Denamrk
  • Year: 1958
  • Location Denmark
  • Length on deck: 66'
  • Beam: 17'6"
  • Draft: 9'

Danish fishing boat


A now rare example of the traditional counter-sterned Danish fishing boat, originally built with sail. Lots of work done in the last 20 years by current but ill health has put a halt to the project. Completely rebuilt Gardner 6LXB, Watamotor generator. New deck and some new planking. Interior fitted out with 4 cabins and large saloon. The rig has been started. Potential to make a fine gaff ketch sailing ship.

  • Designer: Traditonal
  • Builder: Bjorn and Jacobsen, Denmark
  • Year: 1935
  • Location London
  • Length on deck: 64'
  • Beam: 16'
  • Draft: 7'6"

International 12 meter


Built in Italy in 1985 as the Italian challenge for the 1987 America Cup in Australia. Built in aluminium to Lloyds rules, fin keel with wings. She has been adapted and fitted out by the present owner for cruising with a small crew and long distance racing, with the addition of an engine, 4 berth accommodation and some modifications on deck. Bermudan Sloop rig

  • Designer: Valichelli A
  • Builder: Arsenale di Venezia
  • Year: 1985
  • Location Sweden
  • Length on deck: 63.5'
  • Beam: 12.25'
  • Draft: 9'

Danish Gaff ketch


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.

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Hjorne and Jacobsen
  • Year: 1928
  • Location Portugal
  • Length on deck: 62'
  • Beam: 16'2
  • Draft: 6'7

Steel Bermudan cutter


Built in Norway as a blue water cruising boat, this is a heavy displacement and immensely strong boat. She is spacious and has all the equipment one could ever need for extended cruising. Large master cabin en-suite, double guest cabin en-suite plus crew cabin. Lower and upper saloon dining areas. Large and comfortable cockpit. Immaculately maintained.

  • Designer: Ludwig Saxe
  • Builder: Ludwig Saxe, Norway
  • Year: 1988
  • Location Hampshire, UK
  • Length on deck: 60'
  • Beam: 14'2
  • Draft: 8'4

59′ Bermudan Ketch


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.

  • Designer: Kurt A.H. Oehlmann
  • Builder: Louw & Halverson, Cape Town
  • Year: 1961
  • Location Devon
  • Length on deck: 59'
  • Beam: 16'5"
  • Draft: 6'6"
  • Tonnage(TM): 35 Tons displ

Laurent Giles Bermudan Yawl


Lutine of Helford, one of the most famous English yachts, was built for the Lloyds yacht club by C&N in 1952. All teak planking with solid teak decks and superstructures. Complete rebuild in present ownership, she was re-launched in 2001 in time for the Americas Cup Jubilee Regatta where she came third in Class 1. Recent complete professional cosmetic refit, she is now looking absolutely stunning. Provenance, pedigree, history, beauty and incredible sailing performance

  • Designer: Laurent Giles
  • Builder: Camper and Nicholson
  • Year: 1952
  • Location Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 58'6"
  • Beam: 13'4"
  • Draft: 8'6"
  • Tonnage(TM): 33TM

Gaff Cutter Charter Yacht

£360,000 VAT PAID

This gaff cutter was based on the Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter Margeurite T and was built in steel by Appledore Ltd of Falmouth in 1995. Originally a private yacht, she has been a successful charter boat for many years now and is sold as a complete business. 11 berths in a superb paneled mahogany interior. Coded MCA Cat 2, potential for Cat 0 if required. This is a ready to go business with promising bookings for 2014 and an impressive history in recent years, why settle for the mundane day job when you could earn a living on the high seas in a stunning replica pilot cutter!

  • Builder: Appledore Ltd/ Bridgend Boat Company
  • Year: 1995
  • Location Hants
  • Length on deck: 54'10"
  • Beam: 14'
  • Draft: 7'10"
  • Tonnage(TM): 38tons disp.

Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter


An original Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter built by Halford of Gloucester in 1899. Her working life was short and she was sold off as yacht in 1907, subsequently voyaging many thousands of miles with various owners. The current owners have undertaken a major yet sympathetic rebuild in recent years and she is now a glowing example of the majestic Pilot Cutters.

  • Designer: W.H. Halford
  • Builder: W.H. Halford
  • Year: 1899
  • Location Canada
  • Length on deck: 50'
  • Beam: 13'
  • Draft: 8'
  • Tonnage(TM): 28 tons Disp.