A very rare, original Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter at a very manageable size. Same ownership for last 20 years, she has been continually maintained and has undertaken lengthy voyages every year. Recently commissioned for the season and ready for her next adventure.
Designed by Alan Buchanan for Sir Maurice Laing as a contender for the Admirals Cup. Buit by Priors of Burnham in 1963. Planked in mahogany and teak on oak timbers with bronze floors and lead keel. Beta Marine 43hp diesel fitted in 2000. Major 1995 refit. She has been cruised extensively in present ownership but now needs a new home. Various work required including attention to the deck. A powerful, comfortable and fast cruising boat.
New build Holman yawl, constructed in strip plank with all bronze fastenings and fixings. Superb quality yacht, with a finished hull, laid subdeck and all the teak to make the coamings, coverboards, toe rails and to lay the deck. She is at the stage now where the new owner can tailor the interior and systems to suit personal requirements, so she will be a new build boat without the wait. Original plans are for a bermudian yawl. NEW PHOTOS.
A top quality yacht from one of England’s best known designers of the period and built by one of our most famous yards to the highest standards. All teak hull and decks, recent engines give her 10 knots, bow thruster and generator. 5 berths in 3 separate sleeping cabins outside of the saloon which is very unusual for a motor yacht of this size. Deep sheltered aft cockpit with access from the aft owners cabin. Two heads and showers. An immaculate yacht with stunning looks, present owners have had a super season covering a lot of miles but have decided to move to a sailing yacht. NEW VIDEO. Recently launched and moved to Dorset.
An elegant custom built sloop from the drawing board of Steve Dalzell, she is well presented and equipped with all the gear required for serious offshore cruising. She has proved herself a quick and comfortable passage maker capable in all conditions, being the first boat home in her class on the 2003 ARC. The boat was commissioned by and built for a discerning owner who spared no expense creating their dream boat capable of undertaking any blue water cruising dream. She comes fully equipped and ready to take somebody on another adventure be it to the icy cold or balmy heat!
Built by Camper and Nicholson in 1960 to Lloyds 100A1 as a Class 2 racing boat. Honduras mahogany hull on Rock elm timbers. Solid teak deck new in 2003. Large amounts of refit work carried out in recent years. 8 berths in original and smart interior. A fast and powerful yacht in smart condition. Out sailing this season and competing well at classic regattas.
A fantastic Colin Archer designed yacht, with lines refined by London marine architect WM McC. Meek. Relaunched in 2008 after a complete rebuild, this is now virtually a new boat in first class condition. Retaining many of her original features and fittings, the rebuild has produced a fine yacht. Immensely strong, powerful and very elegant.
Bermudan cutter built in France in 1936 with exquisite classic lines typical of the era. Flush deck with a sweeping sheer and long counter stern. All Burma teak planking on oak frames with a new yacht laid teak deck in 1995. Several major refits over the years to replace strap floors, deck, keel bolts, garboards, stem and stern posts, engine and some interior joinery mean she is now in superb condition. 6 berth accommodation, full inventory, absolutely ready to go cruising or compete on the classic yacht circuit.
Designed by David Alan-Williams for the present shipwright owner who built the boat for himself. The owners were looking for a comfortable, long legged and capable boat to cruise with as a couple. With an acute eye for detail and quality, there was nothing on the market that quite suited so he built his own. The construction of the hull is unlike any other cold moulded boat we have seen, she is immensely strong and well built with the capability to sail anywhere in the world. Comfortable interior with a very high quality finish to the joinery, all the usual systems and electronics, ready to cruise south this autumn.
Looe Lugger built by Pearce of Looe in 1904 as an engineless fishing boat for a local family. Her fishing career spanned 70 years in which time she had various engines fitted in order to keep up with the changing fishing industry. Converted to a yacht in the 1980's, returning to her powerful two mast lug rig with a sympathetic interior making the most of the interior space. Twin Nissan diesels installed new in 2011/2010. This is a very sound original boat with a fantastic history in nice condition and ready to sail away.