4 ton Hillyard built in 1959, one of the smaller boats built by Hillyards but still a very capable and easy to handle local cruising boat. Sailed easily by one person but with 3 berths, separate heads and galley. Well cared for in present ownership, offered at a low price due to owner circumstances. A lot of cheap fun on the water
Harrison Butler designed bermudan cutter. She is the hull of a Z4 tonner with raised topsides. This variation of the Z4 was designed by Cpt O.M. Watts and created a small manageable boat with far more internal volume, only 10 boats were built like this. Major refit in 2013 with a new mast and new deck sheathing, hull stripped to bare wood, re-caulked and repaired as necessary. Sailed from Shetland to Cornwall in 2016 and used extensively around the Cornish coast. Very solid structural condition, 2013 survey available.
The Lymington Slipway 5 tonner was a bermudan sloop designed for coastal cruising and competitive one design racing. This boat was built between 1977 - 1979 as a retirement project and sailed every summer in her early years to the Baltic. Major refit in 2012 with new engine, electrics and a major cosmetic overhaul. 5 berths with good headroom, she is a smart and easily handled yacht in tidy condition.
Laurent Giles Columbia Class sloop designed by Laurent Giles as an affordable, capable and easily handled cruising boat. She is a mini blue water cruising yacht and far more capable then her dimensions suggest.