One of the larger Fleur de Lys yachts built by Dagless Ltd. She had a major rebuild in previous ownership which included a new deck and superstructure, new interior, engine rebuilds, all new systems and a lot of work to the hull structure. recently updated with new heating and electrical systems, now in top class condition and ready to go. Three separate sleeping cabins and two heads, deck saloon and lower snug saloon. Twin generators, original Lister 100hp diesels rebuilt. A very smart and comfortable yacht extremely well presented.
Built by Philips of Dartmouth, she is one of a number built to the same design and one of two examples currently on the River Dart. Teak and mahogany hull on laminated frames, all copper fastened. Twin Perkins 140hp diesels plus a new diesel generator. 3 sleeping cabins with 6 berths, large saloon and two heads. Large aft deck with seating. A fine yacht in nice order and well maintained and soon ready to go. 2018 survey completed with all works carried out to rectify the few issues raised in the report.
Built for the Admiralty in 1944 and served her time mainly in the Mediterranean as a harbour tender before coming back to the UK where she used for training Sea Scouts. Converted to a yacht in 1974. Spacious wheehouse with seating around a table. All accommodation forward with 3 sleeping cabins giving 5 berths. Large saloon and a good galley. Foden FD6 diesel engine. Ideal live aboard or long term cruising. Very smart trawler type yacht, in commission and ready to use. Relocated to the North East of England.
MFV built for the Admiralty but with little service history. Professionally rebuilt in present ownership and launched in 2016. Lots of new planking and frames, all new systems and wiring plus a recon generator. Deck saloonwith a galley making a light and spacious living area. 4 sleeping cabins below decks including a large double. Foden 120hp diesel in good order. A very smart example with thorough well documented rebuild in recent years. NEW VIDEO
Designed and built by Dartmouth shipwright Brian Pomeroy, launched in 2014 and hardly used, with only about 4 hours on the engine. Recently completed cosmetic refit bringing her up to super condition. Purposeful looking motor yacht with hints of a Scandinavian fishing boat in the design, sheltered wheelhouse, stunning saloon, large double berth and separate heads compartment. Perfect for a couple to go cruising or to explore the European canals. Vetus 42hp diesel with plenty of power. A really attractive and very practical small motor yacht in superb condition, absolutely ready to go.
Bought by the present owner in 2010 and she then had a 3yr refit. She has twin Perkins of 105hp each, giving a cruising speed of 10kts. Mahogany planking on CRE frames, solid teak deck. Accommodation of galley, heads, dining area/double berth. Large aft cockpit. 2017 survey available.
Wooden Ships Comments on this 40' Classic Gentleman's Yacht
Built in 1947 in Buckie, Scotland by Heard and MacKenzie known for building commercial vessels since 1903. This ship differed in that she was purpose designed as a gentleman's motor yacht for Mr Lea, a descendant of one of the founders of Lea and Perrins Worcestershire sauce.