Built as a yacht by William Anderson of Cumbria in 1912, her history has been well documented with many years cruising and racing the waters around the UK. Pitch Pine hull with a recent Teak on plywood deck, 6 berths including a double up forward, all solid varnished teak interior joinery. Ford Mermaid 48hp diesel new in 2014. Good rig and sails. Sailed single handed quite often, she is a fast yacht with many cups to her name but also a comfortable cruising boat in very smart condition.
Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter built at the same yard and in the same year as the large Olga. One of the smallest in the Pilot cutter fleet which makes her no less seaworthy but means she is easier to handle and sail with a small crew. Sailed extensively around Arctic waters in present ownership with adventures in Greenland and Svalbard, recent professional refit with a new mast, lots of deck planks, frames, wiring and other jobs. 7 berths including large double, good headroom throughout. Beta diesel, great rig and plenty of gear. Ready to sail away on the next Tillman inspired adventure.
Designed as a stretched 12 tonner offering a little more space and sweeter lines. Previous owner carried out a lot of work including new keel bolts, engine rebuild, new mast and rigging, upholstery and a good inventory of modern equipment. An ideal cruising boat with her centre cockpit which has a wooden canopy and can be completely enclosed with a canvas back. 5 berths including an aft cabin. 2016 survey available. Looking a little untidy and in need of some minor work, she recently undertook a 250 mile coastal passage.
Designed and built by McGruers in 1929, originally called Rowan II she was built for a Dr Carlslaw who was well known for his cruising books, 'Leaves from Rowans Log'. An elegant yacht with a large cockpit and nice counter stern, she has been with the present owners since 2017 in which time she has been cruised and lived aboard between Ireland, France and southern England. Planked in Pitch Pine on oak frames with 5 berths and good headroom throughout. A lovely pre-war yacht with good pedigree.
Believed to be a Manx Nobby and built as an engineless fishing boat. Major rebuild in the mid 1980's. Deck re-caulked and payed in 2017. Gaff cutter rig on wooden spars. Volvo 29hp diesel. 5 berths with large saloon. An eye catching big boat with a huge amount of deck space and very comfortable at sea. Currently in the midst of a spring refit, will shortly be ready for the season.
Built by Camper and Nicholson in 1960, she is typical of their boats from this period with a pretty sheer, short counter and small dog house aft. Major refit in present ownership including a big professional job in 2016. Recent mast, sails and new Yanmar engine. Thorough 2017 survey available. Competed in the 1009 Fastent and won the Iolaire Trophy for the oldest boat. A smart yacht, very well equipped for cruising and racing in sound condition and ready to go sailing. Executor sale hence the low asking price for such a superb pedigree classic yacht
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.
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.
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.
Inspired by Claud Worth's Tern III and built in 2005, she is truly superb in every way. It is very rare that we are able to report a yacht as being truly right, from her build quality, design and finish to the way she handles. Her lines steal the show wherever she goes with a stunning sheer sweeping up to the trademark Claud Worth counter and rich varnished Burma teak deck structures. Cruised and raced by a husband and wife crew since her launch she is a very easily managed yacht and has performed extremely well in the various classic regattas, turning heads wherever she goes. NEW VIDEO