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Latham 23 Classic Motor Boat - SOLD

  • Designer: K. Poole Latham
  • Builder: Ken Latham, Poole Dorset
  • Year: 1965
  • Location South Coast
  • Length on deck: 23'
  • Beam: 8'
  • Draft: 2'


REF: 12728

Full Specification

Wooden Ships Comments

A classic motor yacht, known as the Latham 23,  designed and built by Ken Latham of Poole, Dorset.  He went on to build another and a total of six were built, of which five are still around.  Ideal for estuary and coastal cruising.



                                              Length on Deck          23’

                                              Beam                           8’

                                              Draft                           2’

                                              Built                            1965                           



Carvel African mahogany planking on oak frames.  Planks are splined down to the waterline and caulked below, Laid teak deck.  Transom hung rudder.



Perkins 4107 47hp 4 cyl diesel inboard. 1965.  Shaft drive.  This is the original engine which is reliable and easy to maintain, with parts still available.

10 gal fuel tank.

2 batteries

80 amp generator



Four berths.  Chart table.  Galley with a new hob, oven and grill.  Galley sink.  Baby Blake heads compartment forward.





Garmin Fishfinder

Sestrel compass


Brass Clock/barometer



Bilge pumps


Inflatable dinghy


Other gear

Anchor/chain and warp

Full cockpit cover in blue

Cockpit cushions

Boarding ladder


Cockpit table




Full specification and details available upon request





These particulars have been prepared in good faith from information provided by the Vendors and are intended as a guide, Wooden Ships cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. The Purchaser should instruct his agent or surveyor to validate all details as necessary and satisfy himself with the condition of the vessel and its equipment.



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