Very tidy bermudan sloop built in 1973. Continually updated and well maintained in present 11 year ownership, this is a very smart, fast and capable little boat. 4 berth accommodation and 6' headroom under the raised coachroof. Massive inventory including good sails. Very reliable original petrol engine which is quiet and smooth. This is a great boat for the money, ready to sail away and looks very smart indeed. August 2014 survey available! Owner must sell, negotiable to a good home!
9 ton Hillyard built in 1955. Converted to a bermudan cutter with a bowsprit and roller furling jib. 4 berths including a large double in the aft cabin and 2 saloon settee berths. Beta diesel fitted new in 2008. New standing rigging fitted 2008. She appears to be a solid yacht but needs some cosmetic attention. Full list of equipment and electronics aboard. Perfect small cruising boat, very safe and comfortable. Now berthed in Dartmouth, Devon.
Kim Holman designed Sterling built by Uphams in 1963. Pitch Pine and mahogany planking on CRE frames. Perkins 35hp diesel. 5 berths including a quarter berth and a double forward. Good rig and sails including a recent mainsail. Another nice example of this fine yacht design, very capable, comfortable at sea and very pretty, she is easily managed by one or two people. A well equipped yacht afloat and in commission.
Built by Woods in Norfolk in 1930 as a yacht, she is a well known boat in her home waters on the east coast. Planked in Pitch Pine on oak frames with lead keel, she is a very pretty boat with a well proportioned rig giving her good speed and looks. Cruised extensively by previous owners as well as racing in Old Gaffer events. Second hand Yanmar diesel fitted by present owner. 3 berths, heads and galley. A fine little boat with good pedigree in very nice condition. NEW PHOTOS AND VIDEO
The Dee 25 was a highly successful yacht designed by Peter Brett, more widely known for the Rival range of yachts. The Dee 25 won acclaim in many offshore races including the Fastnet and proved itself as a fast and sea worthy design. This boat has been in long family ownership and is in good sound condition with documented survey reports over several years. 5 berths including a huge double across the saloon, good headroom throughout, Volvo Penta diesel. A solid and well thought out and capable cruising yacht for sensible money.
A very nice example of the popular Griffiths design that opened up yachting to a much wider market. Iroko planking on Canadian rock elm timbers, teak deck and doghouse. She had a complete boatyard refit in 2002/03 including a new Yanmar engine, new standing and running rigging 2005, and has been well maintained in present ownership.
A classic cruiser/racer, teak bottom and mahogany topside planking. She has had several refits since 1991 in the present ownership but needs some further work to re-commission her. Lister 30hp diesel. 6 berths in original varnished mahogany interior. A pedigree boat at a price which allows for the further work necessary. Reduced in price dramatically due to the owners circumstances, a bargain price for a true pedigree yacht. Contact us for details of work required.
9 ton Hillyards were built in huge numbers and are still extremely popular cruising boats as they provide 2 separate sleeping cabins , a saloon and a sheltered cockpit. In present ownership since 2005, she had a full refit in 2011 prior to a 3yr trip down the French canals to Italy and back. Yanmar 36hp diesel, 5 berths. Bermudan sloop rig. Price dramatically reduced due to owners advancing years and inability to use the boat any longer, must sell.
Designed and built by Harry Feltham although the year is unknown. Rescued from the beach by the present owner, a retired shipwright, and rebuilt by him including work to the hull, new deck, bulkheads and interior, new mast and replacement rigging and a complete new cockpit. Fitted with a twin cylinder Albin petrol engine. An interesting boat with a very spacious and comfortable cockpit and good space below decks.