Pretty rowing dinghy built by Hillyards in the late 1940's, most likely as a tender to one of their bigger yachts. Mahogany on oak with mahogany thwarts. 2 rowing positions. Comes with a pair of oars and rowlocks, all over cover and launching trolley. Sound and smart dinghy in tidy condition.
A rare survivor of a little known class by the great Alfred Mylne. Designed in 1898 for the Royal Tay Yacht Club in Perth Scotland. Fully restored in Scotland over the past few years. Now ready to launch and race.
Gunter rig, long keel. Road trailer.
A classic Swedish designed half-decked day sailer, mahogany on oak, copper fastened. Laid teak deck with mahogany cockpit coamings, coverboards and kingplank.
The present owner bought her in 2005 and she was re-launched in 2012 after a major refit.
Built by Edgar Cove of Salcombe as a sailing launch. This is an unusual concept for a boat and very practical as she has a modern powerful inboard diesel plus a manageable gunter sailing rig making her very flexible. She is a stable and comfortable boat, capable of sailing at sea as well as inland rivers. Recent refit with all new cosmetics. Very pretty, unusual and well built boat in ready to sail condition.
Designed by Paul Gartside and built by Tim Loftus for the owner, the design was commissioned by him after an exhaustive search for a beatiful boat in which to explore the creeks and estuaries of Devon. Clinker planked in larch on oak timbers, finished and maintained to a very high standard. Simple gaff yawl rig. Complete with a custom road trailer, electric outboard, oars and covers, this is a totally unique and very special boat in superb condition at a very sensible price. Currently in undercover storage but ready to sail.
The Caledonia Yawl has become one of Ian Oughtred's most popular designs, known as seaworthy and capable boats with the elegance and pleasing sailing characteristics we would expect. Being half decked, they are capable of taking far more weather than a normal open dinghy which is why they are known for their coastal sailing exploits. Built by Johnny Burke in Scotland, this is probably one of the best quality boats of her type to be found, finished to a very high spec and complete with a new road trailer. Used only a handful of times, she is as new and ready to go
A very smart and tidy example of this well known and highly regarded day boat which is still raced today with active fleets in Suffolk and Scotland. Recently updated with new sails, new covers and a roller furling headsail, she comes with a recent galvanised road trailer and everything needed for sailing this summer.
Pretty river launch with a GRP hull built in Bristol in 1986. Originally fitted with a steam engine she was converted to diesel in 2004 with a 3cyl Perkins fitted. Fitted out in varnished mahogany trim with comfortable seating for 8 people. Well maintained and ready to go. Comes with a road trailer and fitted winter cover.
A traditional little cabin cruiser in pine on oak which had a lot of work done in 2003 by a previous boatbuilder owner. She is a capable boat and suitable for coastal cruising. She has a sheltered steering position, Yanmar 30hp diesel, 2 berths and heads.