Westcountry fishing tosher built in Mevagissey. used as a Mackeral and pilchard driver for many years before being used for angling trips. Owned by the same Mevagissey fisherman for her entire working career until his retirement at 81 years old. A big solid boat that is ready to steam away but in need of tidying up. Main and auxiliary Lister diesel engines, lots of open deck space and a sheltered wheelhouse.
This bawley type yacht was built in 1997 as the proto-type for a traditional production yacht and is in fact the only one built to date. Strip plank epoxy hull, traditional gaff cutter rig. Inboard diesel. 4 berths, separate heads. 5'10" head-room.
After 4 years laid up ashore under cover she needs a refit prior to recommissioning. In addition, the owners know they will not sail again and want a good new owner more than the money, hence a very sensible price.
Broads One Design known as the Brown Boats. The class takes it's nick-name from the varnished mahogany hulls. 24' gaff sloop designed by Linton Hope with the first boats delivered to the Royal Norfolk Yacht Club in 1901.
No 13, built 1912. Elegant , decked day sailer. Refitted 1988.
Lying in Wales on a good road trailer, ready to launch and sail.
A smart little 23' half decker gaff cutter day boat. A rare survivor of only 16 built for the Royal Mersea Yacht Club. Rebuilt for the present owner and sailed from the Isle of Man. New rig and sails and a little diesel engine to get in and out of harbour. Trailable - keep her at home for the winter. Enormous fun!
One of 4 boats built by the Falmouth Marine Boat Building School in 2007 based on the Cornish sailing fishing boats of the 1900's. Traditionally built, planked in larch. Standing lug rig. Inboard diesel added in 2010.
In regular use on the River Fal.
Lovely little gaff cutter presented in superb condition with a full inventory. Complete professional rebuilt finished in 2005. New deck, engine and rig with any necessary hull work. Large open cockpit, 2 berths under the foredeck with inboard Yanmar diesel. Great concept of boat that will give a lot of fun and hassle free sailing at an accessible price.
Dallimore sloop for refit. A pretty little yacht which was quite smart and in commission only a few years ago prior to the death of the later owner. Basically sound, she is all there but suffering mostly from drying and looks worse than she actually is. No obvious rot and some wonderful features. Foir sale including an excellent 4-wheel road trailer at around her breaking price but too good to burn. Where are all those Dallimore enthusiasts?
Fast yacht tender built by Campers for the cutting edge race yacht 'Istria' in 1912. Stunning sleek lines. Part finished rebuild that now requires new ownership and new enthusiasm. Hull has been repaired and stabilised. No Engine. Lots of original bronze fittings remain with the boat including propellor, fuel tank and deck fittings.
Delightful little centre board yawl rigged day boat. Designed and built in 1920 to race in Torbay, Devon, one of only 11 to have been built, there are now only 2 known surviving boats. New sails, Honda outboard engine, custom road trailer. This boat has had significant structural and cosmetic work done in recent years, she is the perfect boat for those 'Swallows and Amazons' adventures. A real joy to sail and own.