Built in New York in 1934 to a design from Starling Burgess, a highly acclaimed engineer and naval architect. The design was heralded by Uffa Fox in the yachting press of the time. Her first owner wanted a seaworthy boat, easily handled by two and a fast passage maker. She was relaunched in 2015 after a total professional rebuild including a lot of planking and structural timber, new interior, engine, systems and rig. She has been cruised to the south coast and Orkney since completion and attracts attention wherever she goes. A very beautiful classic yacht in superb condition.
Colin Archer type yacht built in Denmark in 1978, designed for a round the world voyage and built accordingly with a very strong hull. Bermudan cutter rig making her easy to handle. Professionally maintained to a high standard, sailed every season around Scandinavia, a very solid and safe cruising boat with 4 berths plus a pipe cot, plenty of headroom and lots of deck space.
Designed by C.E. nicholson as a fast and comfortable cruising boat that could be easily handled by a small crew, this fine yacht has a long detailed history of voyaging and adventure. Planked in Pitch Pine on oak frames with a solid laid deck. Over the last 28 years the current owners have visited New Foundland, Labrador and Greenland as well as most of northern Europe. Thorough 2018 refit including a new Yanmar engine. 9 berths including 2 doubles with plenty of storage space. Recent survey and refit work list available. A very fine yacht in smart and ready to go condition.
Mevagissey lugger FY317 built in Porthleven in 1920 as a sailing fishing boat. Largely rebuilt in present 20 yr ownership.
6/8 berths. Kubota 62hp diesel. Gaff cutter rig to replace the traditional lug. The doghouse gives a vast amount of extra space and makes her a very practical and comfortable boat. In very sound condition with all the history and pedigree of a working fishing vessel..
Large volume bermudan cutter designed and built by Woodnutts and Co. IOW in 1938 and in current ownership for over 40 years. Pitch Pine hull all copper fastened to oak timbers. New teak on plywood deck in 2000. 6 berths in a spacious interior which has been largely rebuilt in present ownership in solid panelled hardwood. Very spacious and deep safe cockpit ideal for the family. Bermudan cutter rig with a boomed staysail and roller furling on the jib making her relatively easy to handle. Perkins P4 diesel recently removed and overhauled. Professionally maintained every year and regularly sailed.
The Danegeld was a very successful design from well know naval architect David Cheverton. The first boat of the class won nearly every race in her first season an was voted Yacht of the Year. This example was built in 1960 and raced successfully for the first 12 years. Current owners have cruised the Channel, North Sea and the Baltic in comfort. 4 berths including large double, full headroom throughout. Attractive, fast and well maintained cruiser racer with great pedigree.
Designed by Norman Dalimore and built by Kings of Burnham in 1936. Pitch Pine planking on oak timbers. Grown oak floors, lead keel and bronze keel bolts. Major work in last 2 ownership's which has involved keel bolts, hood ends, new engine rigging and sails, all systems and major cosmetic work. This beautiful yacht is a first class example of how a classic yacht should be and has been refitted from stem to stern. 4 berths in a comfortable and warm interior. Bukh 24hp diesel, new sails and recent rigging. A very easy boat to sail, she is very well equipped and no doubt one of the best classic yachts afloat. NEW VIDEO
Designed by Fred Parker for the original owner as a replacement for his first boat. He wanted a very comfortable yacht with lots of space her for length, capable of long distance cruising if necessary but also with enough performance for round the cans racing. Cold moulded Iroko hull, very robust construction. Massive internal space with 7 berths in 3 cabins plus the saloon. A very capable and impressive yacht in nice condition. NEW VIDEO
Alan Buchanan yawl designed as a comfortable long distance cruising yacht and built to Lloyds100A1 in 1966. She has covered many miles in the present ownership with trips around the Med and across to the Caribbean and back. Updated with good sails and equipment, she is a high volume yacht for her length and easily handled by one or two people. 5 berths including a double forward, 7' headroom in the saloon. In regular use and ready to sail.
Staysail schooner known as a Lello 38 and built in Cape Town in 1990. Sailed extensively through the north and south Atlantic, Baltic Sea and the Arctic and has many thousands of blue water miles logged. Immensely strong construction using strip plank Afromosia overlaid with Makore and resorcinol glued. Staysail schooner rig makes handling her very easy. 7 berths in a comfortable interior including 2 doubles. New Volvo diesel fitted 2005, recent rig and sails. Comfortable and capable offshore yacht in fine condition.