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Camper and Nicholson Gaff Yawl

€95,000

Designed and built by C&N in 1892, she is the oldest C&N yacht afloat. Found in the mud in 1976 she underwent a total rebuild by the IBTC, Lowestoft, and was launched in 2013. 6 berths including a double aft. Vetus 42hp diesel with a hydraulic drive. Pitch pine planking on sawn oak frames with teak on ply deck. A magnificent yacht in as new condition. Just launched with new paint and ready for the season.

  • Designer: Nicholson
  • Builder: Camper and Nicholson
  • Year: 1892
  • Location France
  • Length on deck: 42'
  • Beam: 9'5"
  • Draft: 6'9"
  • Tonnage(TM): 11 TM
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Luke Powell Gaff Cutter

£165,000

Lizzie May was the second of Luke Powells boats he designed and built, following on from Eve. Bigger, faster and more elegant, this second boat was a different beast entirely and proved herself as a fast and weatherly vessel, easily managed by 2 experienced crew and with superb lines. Planked in Larch, all bronze screw fastened. 8 berths in total, 2012 Vetus 42hp diesel. Commercial code ticket until recently, could be easily reinstated. A fine looking vessel,easily handled and ready to go, in good sound condition, requiring only a little paint and varnish at present. NEW VIDEO

  • Designer: Luke Powell
  • Builder: Working Sail
  • Year: 1999
  • Location Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 42'
  • Beam: 12'6"
  • Draft: 6'7"
  • Tonnage(TM): 16.5 TM
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41′ Gaff Cutter

£44,000

Built in California in 1904 and rebuilt in America in 1983. Imported to the UK where the present owner sought professional advice to re-design the rig and get the boat balanced and manageable. This was achieved and she is used regularly in the Solent for weekend sailing and classic regatta racing. An impressive looking boat with 8 berths, separate heads and galley and decent headroom. Traditional set up on deck with tackles and belay pins. An unusual and fine yacht, sensibly priced and ready to sail. June 2017 survey available.

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Year: 1904
  • Location Hants
  • Length on deck: 41'
  • Beam: 9'
  • Draft: 8'
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Woodnutts Bermudan cutter

£67,500

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.

  • Designer: Woodnutt & Co
  • Builder: Woodnutt & Co, Isle of Wight
  • Year: 1938
  • Location Sussex
  • Length on deck: 41'
  • Beam: 11'
  • Draft: 6'
  • Tonnage(TM): 17
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40′ Sole Bay Ketch

£42,000

A much admired Motor sailer ketch and 1 of only 3 built. Iroko on oak, copper fastened. Underwater hull is copper nickel sheathed. Perkins 6 cyl 120hp diesel. 6/8 berths in 3 cabins. She had a major refit in 1989 and has been maintained to the highest standards since 1996 in present ownership. NEW SEPTEMBER 2014 PHOTOS AND VIDEO. The owner would be prepared to deliver her to a new owner. APRIL '17 SURVEY AVAILABLE.

  • Designer: J Francis Jones
  • Builder: Gordon Armstrong Marine, Scarborough
  • Year: 1964
  • Location Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Length on deck: 40'6
  • Beam: 12'
  • Draft: 5'
  • Tonnage(TM): 22
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Robert Clark 8m Cruiser Racer

£44,000

Designed by Robert Clark and built by Millers of St Monans in 1939. Believed to be built to the 8m Cruiser/Racer rule hence her long elegant counter and fine under water sections. In the present ownership for nearly 30 years, thorough refit in 2018 and a recent survey. Currently afloat and in commission ready to sail. Beta diesel, 2011, with hydraulic drive, 5 berths and good headroom throughout. Mast new 2011 and rigging new 2013. An interesting pedigree yacht with pretty lines and a good turn of speed.

  • Designer: Robert Clark
  • Builder: Millers
  • Year: 1939
  • Location Devon
  • Length on deck: 40'
  • Beam: 9'2"
  • Draft: 6'7"
  • Tonnage(TM): 12 TM
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Linton Hope Yawl

£38,000

Built by Aldous of Brightlingsea in 1914 to a Linton Hope design, originally a gaff yawl with flush decks. Bought by present owners in 1976 and cruised extensively since with trips across the Atlantic and all round northern Europe, including Iceland in 2016. Teak on oak hull, well maintained and upgraded by present owners. Perkins 2004 diesel, lots of new sails in 2016. 6 berths in 2 cabins and saloon, masses of internal volume and fully equipped for cruising. NEW VIDEO

  • Designer: Linton Hope
  • Builder: Aldous, Brightlingsea
  • Year: 1914
  • Location Scotland
  • Length on deck: 40'4"
  • Beam: 11'6"
  • Draft: 6'6"
  • Tonnage(TM): 16TM
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Starling Burgess Bermudan cutter

£85,000

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.

  • Designer: Starling Burgess
  • Builder: Julius Peterson, New York
  • Year: 1934
  • Location Gloucester
  • Length on deck: 40'
  • Beam: 10'
  • Draft: 6'2"
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Colin Archer type Gaff Cutter

€35,000

Built in Norway as a fishing vessel in 1932, she worked until 1978 when she was sold into private ownership. Major refit in the 1990's with further periods of work since in present 25 year ownership. 6 berths total with a spacious saloon right forward. 60hp 4cyl Lister Blackstone engine with variable pitch propeller. Very traditional gaff cutter rig. In present ownership she has cruised the Baltic and Scandinavia, northern Europe, Spain and Portugal. A very eye catching yacht in tidy condition. Layout plans available.

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: K. Christensen & Co. Moen, Norway
  • Year: 1932
  • Location Portugal
  • Length on deck: 39'2
  • Beam: 14'9
  • Draft: 6'2
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Norman Dallimore Ketch

£39,000

Designed by Norman Dallimore and built by Tucker Brown in 1947. Mahogany and larch on steamed oak timbers, sheathed decks and teak superstructure. Ford 80hp diesel rebuilt 2013 gives 8 knots cruising speed. 5 berths plus childs berth with owners cabin and forward cabin. Good headroom throughout. Bermudan ketch rig gives very acceptable sailing performance. An attractive and purposeful yacht with comfortable interior space in tidy condition.

  • Designer: Norman Dallimore
  • Builder: Tucker Brown
  • Year: 1947
  • Location N France
  • Length on deck: 39'3"
  • Beam: 10'2"
  • Draft: 4'6"
  • Tonnage(TM): 10TM
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