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Established in 1993 Classic Yacht Brokerage is recognised as the country’s leading traditional yacht agencies specialising in the sale of vintage, classic and thoroughbred motor and sailing yachts throughout the UK and Europe
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8 Wheatfield Avenue
Worcester
WR5 3HA

Telephone: 01905-356482 / 07949-095075 Email: info@classicyachtbrokerage.co.uk

All types of wooden sailing and motor-yachts are required to replace those recently sold. Where-ever your boat is presently located if you are contemplating selling this Autumn we should be pleased to hear from you.

Classic Yacht Brokerage offer competitive 'no sale no fee or costs' terms aimed at producing the best possible results whether marketing a former Royal Yacht or Clinker Dinghy with informative fully illustrated details and specialist advertising on all vessels.

Marketing can be tailored to suit an owners individual requirements and time-scale.

Occasionally vessels are sold directly through our clients register, so contact us with your particular requirements as often we know of vessels which could be for sale to the right buyer or that are shortly coming on to the market .


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42ft. TRADITIONAL SHPOUNZT CENTRE-BOARD SCHOONER Overall Length: 53ft 9ins (42ft on deck) :: Waterline: 38ft :: Beam: 14ft :: Draught: 5ft / 7ft 9ins :: Displacement: 4,900 Engine: 80hp Vetus Diesel :: Designer: Daniel Bombigher :: Builder: Ultra Marine :: Location: Southern Spain Sail: Schooner Rig :: Berths: Six Berths :: Year: 1983 :: Price: £124,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: The Shpounzt 38/42 Centre-Board Schooner design was first introduced in 1976 by the well known French naval architect Da... read more
40ft. LOOE LUGGER - steel built 2002 - Lying: Bristol HISTORY & CONSTRUCTION: ELEANOR B was built at Bristol Marine between 2000 and 2002 of rolled steel plating to the classic lines of an Alan Pape design. This replica Looe Lugger design is based on the West Country lugger TALISMAN FY242 built in 1898. ELEANOR B is configured for solo sailing having a slightly reduced rig for ease of handling, with all sheet leads and controls operated from the aft cockpit. Steel plate hull, flush decks and bulwarks. Accommodation: Traditional s... read more
37ft VASHI CLASS MASTHEAD SLOOP - Exceptional Example CAPELLA OF BURNHAM – HISTORY & CONSTRUCTION Build: 1960 Yard: Sutton, Great Wakering, UK Design: Alan Buchanan Type: Vashti Class Sloop RORC Class II Materials: Teak / Oak and rock elm frames/ bronze and SS fittings and frames/ lead keel Class: Lloyds 100A1 Winches: Produced by H& M Engineering, Gillingham, Kent Dimensions: LOA 37.2’ LWL 26.4’ Beam 9.5’ Draft 6.2’ Displ. 11TM Water tank 120 ltr /ss Diesel tank 60 ltr /ss CAPELLA of ... read more
60ft. DANISH GAFF KETCH with Adriatic Charter business BENTE DORTE was built in Skagen, Denmark in 1926 to the traditional Danish Haikutter style dating from circa 1900. These were principally motorised fishing vessels the larger of which carried a ketch rig. By 1940 over 6,000 examples had been built for North Sea fishing. Today a relatively small number survive. BENTE DORTE was discovered in Sjotorp, Sweden and fully restored with a tall-ship style rig and retaining her traditional exterior look whilst sympathetically fitting out the interior for ... read more
18ft ITCHEN FERRY GAFF CUTTER - built 1870 HISTORY & CONSTRUCTION: BLACK BESS was built in Portsmouth circa 1870 by Harry Feltham to a traditional Itchen Ferry working boat design. Registered for shrimp and oyster dredging she was bought in 1900 by the Chatfield family of Wooton, Isle of Wight and registered CS32. BLACK BESS fished for three generations of the Chatfield family and was only sold on the death of Charles Chatfield to Norman Gaches in 1974. Norman, a competent carpenter restored BLACK BESS to her original design. In... read more
BLUE LEOPARD - 112ft. Laurent Giles Ketch Motor-Sailer HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: BLUE LEOPARD is a legendary design from the board of the talented naval architect Jack Laurent Giles, who in the early 1960s was asked to produce a design, merging both a motor and sailing yacht equally. With a light displacement, BLUE LEOPARD is easily driven with a sail area ratio comparable with the famous J-Class racing yachts. In 1962 Desmond Molins of Eaton Square, London chose William Osborne of Littlehampton to build BLUE LEOPARD to the same exacting standard... read more
65ft SILVER BROWN OWL CLASS 11 MOTOR-YACHT FLORA of GREENOCK – HISTORY & CONSTRUCTION: Twin-Screw Motor Yacht Builder: Silvers of Rosneath 1936 Designer: John Bain Length: 65 ft 60.9 ft wl Beam: 14 ft 6 in Draft: 6 ft 6 in 50TM Berth: 6 guests in 3 cabins Construction: Pitch Pine planking on heavy oak frames with teak superstructure Motive power: 2X Gardner 6LW 96 HP diesel Cruising Speed: 8,5 knots Official Little ship from WW2 Built by Silvers of Rosneath, Scotland in 1936 to the rare Brown Owl Class 11 desi... read more
41ft DUNKIRK LITTLE SHIP - MOTOR-YACHT 41ft FORMER ROYAL NATIONAL 'WATSON CLASS' LIFEBOAT designed by G L Watson and built by Groves & Gutteridge, Cowes, Isle of Wight. Sold out of service in 1973 and converted to a private motor yacht by T B Lawrence AUTHENTICATED DUNKIRK LITTLE SHIP Overall Length: 41ft (12m) :: Waterline: 40ft :: Beam: 11ft 8ins :: Draught: 3ft 8ins :: Displacement: 15 Tons Engine: Pair Ford Parsons 47hp Diesels :: Designer: G L Watson :: Builder: Groves & Gutteridge :: Location: ... read more
45ft. HISTORIC LOOE LUGGER - Charter Opportunity HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: OUR DADDY was built in Looe, Cornwall in 1921 by local boat builder Dick Pearce. She was commissioned by the Pengelly family and built to join their fleet of fishing boats that included “Our Boys” and “Our Girls” hence the name “Our Daddy”. A 45ft Standing Lugger, she was the last lugger to be built to sailing lines and to work out of Looe, Cornwall. Originally skippered by Alfred John Pengelly and more recently his son, she f... read more
80ft. LUXURY GAFF SCHOONER built 1995 & re-fitted 2012 Overall Length: 80ft (24.36m) :: Waterline: 67ft (20.29m) :: Beam: 21ft 6ins (6.51m) :: Draught: 6ft 9ins (2.05m) :: Displacement: 57.18 Gross Tonnage Engine: 350hp Cummins Diesel :: Designer: Daniel Bombigher :: Builder: Metur Yachts :: Location: Turkey Sail: Gaff Schooner Rig :: Berths: Six Guests plus Crew :: Year: 1995/2012 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: DREAM was built by Metur Yachts of Turkey to the Daniel Bombigher 'Schpoundtz' design. Built... read more
27ft. HERRESCHOFF SIX METRE - Exceptional  Condition Overall Length: 27ft 6ins :: Waterline: 23ft 5ins :: Beam: 7ft :: Draught: 6ft :: Displacement: not known Engine: 8hp Vire Auxilliary:: Designer: W Starling Burgess:: Builder: Herreschoff Manufacturing Co. USA:: Location: East Coast Sail: Optional Gaff Rig / Marconi Rig :: Berths: Two / Three Berths :: Year: 1921 :: Price: £25,000 HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Sheila was the first boat built at the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company that wasn’t designed by Capt. Nat Herres... read more
38ft. MAURICE GRIFFITHS KETCH MOTOR-SAILER HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Maurice Griffiths was a great influence in post-war yachting and as editor of Yachting Monthly for many years, he persuaded numerous people to take up yachting at that time. In his designs, he took much of his inspiration from the East Coast working boats built for those shoal waters but was also influenced by some American designs. Maurice is certainly most well known for his smaller shoal draft designs which appealed to the growing number of new yachtsmen at the ti... read more
35ft.HOLMAN SUPER SOVEREIGN KETCH - GRP built 1976 HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: ALANAH of GIGHA, built in 1976 is one of 19 Super Sovereign 35 Masthead Ketch designs from the well respected West-Country boat builders J W & A Upham Ltd. Brixham. Kim Holman (1925-2006) needs little introduction as one of the most influential and leading yacht designers of the mid-twentieth century. The Super Sovereign dates from 1969 the final example built in 1976, making ALANAH of GIGHA the last of her type. Later yachts were re-named the Barbican 35 ... read more
37ft 22 SQUARE METRE RACER - Professionally restored Overall Length: 37ft 3ins :: Waterline: 27ft :: Beam: 6ft 6ins :: Draught: 4ft 6ins :: Displacement: not known Engine: none :: Designer: Arvid Laurin :: Builder: Swedish :: Location: Wales Sail: 22 square metre rig :: Berths: Racing Accommodation :: Year: 1949 :: Price: £22,500 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: In 1907, the Swedish Sailing Federation established a committee to design a national racing yacht class. Previous handicap rules had tended to be ve... read more
29ft INTERNATIONAL DRAGON CLASS RACER - No. 453 HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: The International Dragon One-Design needs little introduction as one of the most successful racing designs of the twentieth century. The Norwegian design, by Johann Anker dates from 1929. In 1948 the Dragon was accepted as an Olympic class and the rest, as they say, is history. The Dragon Class has since been established throughout Europe and is still a competitively raced class. DRAGONFLY – Dragon number GBR 453, SSR 15100 Part Three registered is one ... read more
12ft. MORGAN GILES VINTAGE MOTOR-LAUNCH - professionally restored MONTY – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: A professionally restored Teak and Mahogany river launch built by Morgan Giles of Teignmouth in 1947 to an Edwardian style design. Powered by a re-built 4hp Stuart Turner petrol engine. One of only a handful surviving of this type, one in the Falmouth Maritime Museum. Restoration work by specialist shipwright Charlie Hussey and Jim Little. Including new solid teak decks, sole and engine bearers, solid teak and mahogany engine casing. All origina... read more
40ft. NICHOLSON BERMUDIAN SLOOP - Berthons - 100A1 -1959 TYRENA – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Designed by Charles A. Nicholson, Design no. A181 and built by Berthon of Lymington in 1959 Official No. 300698 for C J Sanders from Surrey. Registered and moored in Southampton during the early 1960s. In 1962 Dr. & Mrs W E Glover purchased TYRENA moving her to Donaghadee near their family home in Ireland. They won the Alisa Craig Regatta Trophy in 1962. In the late 1960s, Leslie Oldridge FCA of Reading acquired the vessel moving her to a Beau... read more
34ft. MEADE BERMUDIAN SLOOP - Part Project for completion HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: IWUNDA was a special commission by Frank Garon to W G Meades of Southend-on-Sea to design and built a shoal-draught yacht suitable for East Coast sailing and for taking part in the Nore Race. IWUNDA was launched in 1929 and took part in the inaugural Nore Race taking second place. Later she raced in the Dunbar/Lindisfarne race, her time still remaining unbeaten. IWUNDA featured in the action film The Forth Angel, starring Jeremy Irons & Forest Whitake... read more
42ft 'WINDFALL' BERMUDIAN SLOOP - Restored & In Commission HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: NORDOST is a fully documented ‘Windfall Yacht’ so-called as they fell like ripe fruits after the Second World War and were brought back to England as spoils of war. NORDOST was liberated by a Spitfire pilot and sailed back to Harwich in 1946 from the Dutch Canal where she was in use as accommodation for Luftwaffe pilots. NORDOST was built in Lubeck (Travemunde) in 1928 to the 60 Square Metre Seefahrtkreuzer (sports yacht) German National Rule. Twenty... read more
30ft. STOREBRO ROYAL III MOTOR-CRUISER - exceptional example HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: The Storebro Royal Cruiser III was built by this well-known and respected boatbuilder in Sweden between 1965 – 1969 with 250 boats completed. The design by Otto Scheen and Winfried Wilke was a great success with good handling characteristics and seaworthiness, as such a Royal Cruiser III won the Pavillion d’Or in 1965. Charles Aznavour owned an example during the 1960s. Launched as CARUA for her first owners Mr & Mrs F C Rea of Victoria House, Ports... read more
35ft JOHN BAIN TWIN-SCREW MOTOR-YACHT Overall Length: 35ft :: Waterline: 31ft :: Beam: 10ft 6ins :: Draught: 3ft 6ins :: Displacement: 13 Tons T M Engine: Pair 46hp Perkins 4108 Diesel Engines :: Designer: John Bain :: Builder: Seaborne Yacht Company :: Location: Northern France Sail: Steadying Ketch Rig :: Berths: Five Berths in three cabins :: Year: 1962 :: Price: £35,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Aviona was built for (Charles) Douglas Barwell OBE, of Eckington, founder of the Lower... read more
Sale Pending: 37ft. UNDELL CLASS, 22 SQUARE METRE RACING YACHT 37ft. UNDELL CLASS, 22 SQUARE METRE RACING YACHT, designed by Knud Reimers and buuilt in 1961 for Chicago Yachtsman Byron Morril. Number five of eleven built. Overall Length: 37ft (11.25m) :: Waterline: 27ft. (8.35) :: Beam: 6ft 4ins. (1.9m) :: Draught: 4ft. 6ins. (1.38m) :: Displacement: 2.5 tonnes Engine: none :: Designer: Knud Reimers :: Builder: Kungsor Boatyard, Sweden :: Location: Cornwall Sail: Bermudian Metre Rig :: Berths: none :: Year: 1961 :: Price: £15,000 Broker�... read more
48ft. VAGABOND CLASS BLUE-WATER CRUISING YACHT HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: VAGABOND’ELLE was built in 1970 and purchased by her current French owner for polar exploration in 1995 and is one of a succession of Vagabond yachts made famous through books, films, exhibitions and television programmes by their voyaging owners undertaking scientific research. Built by Szczecinska Stocznia Yachtowa of Gdansk to a design by Ryszard Langer, Vagabond’elle has completed 1,000’s of nautical miles during the last fifteen years, the owne... read more
36ft. JOHN BAIN TWIN-SCREW MOTOR YACHT HISTORY & CONSTRUCTION: KELTISLE IV was the last design of the late John Bain (1890 – 1981) bespoke for first owners Tony & Rita Denton of Surrey. Official number: 703769 Registered Tonnage: 14 31/100 Purchased by the current owner some 20 years ago and currently lying in Holland. Constructed in Guernsey by Thornes Marine from 1978 to 1981, built of Iroko on oak frames with teak laid decks. Full-length keel with integral iron ballast keel, together with a pair of mild steel bil... read more
18ft CLASSIC 1930s DAY-SAILER Overall Length: 18ft :: Waterline: 17ft :: Beam: 7ft :: Draught: 2ft/4ft centre-plate :: Displacement: not known Engine: 4hp Seagull OB Motor :: Designer: Harry Feltham :: Builder: Felthams of Portsmouth :: Location: South Coast, UK Sail: Gunter Rig :: Berths: One :: Year: 1934 :: Price: £3,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Harry Feltham (1886-1958) worked from the family boatyard in Portsmouth which traded under his name. The yard had an established re... read more
30ft. CHEOY LEE CRUISAIRE CLIPPER KETCH Overall Length: 30ft on deck :: Waterline: 23ft :: Beam: 10ft 7ins :: Draught: 2ft 6ins / 6ft plate down :: Displacement: 11 Tons T M Engine: 47hp Perkins Diesel :: Designer: Alfred Luders :: Builder: Cheoy Lee Shipyard, Hong Kong :: Location: South Coast Sail: Ketch Cutter Rig :: Berths: Four Berths in Three Cabins :: Year: 1970 :: Price: £29,500 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: The Cruisaire 30 design, drawn by successful naval architect Alfred Luders (1... read more
30ft SILVERETTE CLASS MOTOR YACHT Overall Length: 30ft :: Waterline: 28ft 6ins :: Beam: 8ft 6ins :: Draught: 3ft 4ins :: Displacement: 9 Tons T M Engine: 50hp Thornycroft Diesel :: Designer: John Bain :: Builder: Silvers of Rosneath :: Location: Dublin Sail: Bermudian Rig :: Berths: Four :: Year: 1931 :: Price: £30,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: In 1930 John Bain, resident naval architect at Silvers Rosneath yard drew the lines for a new class of motor-yacht christened the Silvere... read more
28ft. CLASSIC FELTHAM BERMUDIAN CUTTER HISTORY & CONSTRUCTION: WALLOP was designed and built by Harry Feltham in Portsmouth in 1929 for her first owner S Tonkin of London W1. Later registered in Southampton, official number 161711. In the late 1930s, Major Robert Spencer M C, J P of London W2 acquired WALLOP keeping her in Southampton. After the War, R E Burgess of Chelmsford bought the vessel altering her from a cutter to a ketch rig in 1951 (altered back to cutter rig in 1956) In the early 1960s Clive Debenham of Harley St... read more
28ft OSBORNE KESTREL CLASS MOTOR-CRUISER - Project to Complete HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: In the early 1960s, William Osborne (junior) introduced a series of three hard chine motor cruisers, the Swift, Kestrel & Osprey. The Kestrel proved to be the most popular design being a medium-sized vessel with a creditable performance when fitted with the twin-engine option or an ideal cruiser with the single installation with optional convertible wheel-shelter or sports windscreen. Osborne's need little introduction as one of the premier South ... read more
46ft CARDINAL CLASS CRUISER/RACER 1989 - Excellent Example HARMONY – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION The Cardinal Series of yachts date from the 1980s and were the foundation of the Warwick Yacht Design Company. Alan Warwick 1934-2018 set up the W.Y.D company in Auckland in 1980 producing over 500 designs to include performance yachts, mono and multihulls, sports fishers, luxury superyachts, high-speed launches and commercial boats. The company quickly gained a reputation for quality design and as such performance cruiser/racers such as the Cardina... read more
33ft. TRADITIONAL GAFF KETCH - HISTORIC FLEET HYPATIA – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: HYPATIA was built by W Watkins & Co. Blackwall, London to Lloyds 100A1 for P Burnham Esq of Overstrand Mansions, London and first launched in 1896. The design by William Watkins featured a centre-board, very unusual for Victorian yachts of the period, but reflected the first owners wish for a more modest draught for sailing in the shoal waters of the Thames Estuary. Centre-board removed in 1909, whilst in Hull where she was laid-up during ... read more
26ft. STELLA CLASS BERMUDIAN SLOOP - No. 75 - Excellent Example STELLA LYRA – HISTORY & CONSTRUCTION: Most classic boats begin life with a good story, and the Stella One-Design Class is no exception. Early in 1959 A E “Dickie’ Bird, the then Commodore of the East Coast’s Royal Corinthian Yacht Club, asked “Sonny’ Cole, of Tucker Brown’s yard at Burnham on Crouch, to come up with a cruiser-racer along the lines of a Folkboat but slightly bigger and beamier so as to give greater initial stability with more spaciou... read more
33ft. MFV KETCH MOTOR SAILER - 1962 - Preliminary Particulars of Sale: LINDOWAN – History & Construction: During the early 1960s Aberdour Marine Services Ltd. produced a small series of motor-sailers in the MFV style similar to the Miller Fifer 33 to a design by G Finlayson. LINDOWAN was built in 1962 for the Stewart family of Edinburgh and moored at Clynder on the Western shores of the Gare Loch. During the late 1960s, Mr & Mrs J A Jackson became the next registered owners keeping LINDOWAN at Oban. In the mid-197... read more
32ft. ABEKING & RASMUSSEN 30 Sq. Metre BERMUDIAN SLOOP SUNA – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION 30sqm “Seefahrtkreuzer” yacht built in 1936 by Abeking and Rasmussen, Bremen by commission from the German state. Used 1936-1939 on the Baltic for matched class racing under the ‘Square Metre Rule” from the Keil Canal yacht harbour. Originally there were around 30 of this size, 20 at 50sqm and 12 100sqm. These larger vessels took part in international races such as the Fastnet Race before the onset of WWII They were laid up f... read more
40ft SEABORNE MOTOR-YACHT - John Bain Design - 1965 NODENS – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: John Bain, following his retirement as director from Silvers of Rosneath continued free-lance yacht designing for a number of boatyards and special commissions. From the late 1950s, John produced a number of sea-going motor yacht designs known as the Seaborne 35 and Seaborne 40 series. These able vessels include all the characteristics of the famous Silver built boats however with more modern styling and optional ketch rig. NODENS was built in 196... read more
44ft. FLYING THIRTY OCEAN RACER - HUFF of ARKLOW 44ft. FLYING THIRTY OCEAN RACER designed by Uffa Fox for RAF Pilot, R Douglas Heard of Killarney and built by John Tyrell & Sons, Arklow in 1951 Professionally restored in 2009-2015 Ground-breaking, legendary design, first offshore yacht to feature fin & skeg, masthead rig and planing hull capable of over 23 knots, as recorded on Azores Race in 1960 The fore-runner of modern day racing yachts Unique Opportunity Overall Length: 44ft 6ins :: Waterline: 30ft :: Beam: 9f... read more
32ft CLASSIC BERMUDIAN SLOOP - Excellent Condition CLASSIC WOODEN SAILING YACHT. Built in 1926 by William King & Sons to a design by Robert Daniels. Over the last three years, every effort has been made to restore her to top condition. The Craftsmen/Engineers were given full freedom, Sleeps two in saloon bunks & two in the forepeak. Beautifully mannered yacht and will average 7.5 knots under certain points of sailing. Dimensions LOA 9.75m (32’0″) LWL 8.69m (28’6″) Beam 2.82m (9’3″) Dr... read more
51ft. TRADITIONAL PILOT CUTTER, built 2014 - GRP moulded hull Overall Length: 51ft :: Waterline: 45ft :: Beam: 14ft :: Draught: 7ft 9ins :: Displacement: 30 tonnes Engine: 90hp Ford Diesel :: Designer: Alexandre Paris :: Builder: Cornish :: Location: Cornwall Sail: Gaff Cutter Rig :: Berths: Fitting out to requirements :: Year: 2014 :: Price: £64,500 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: SALLY PEARL was built in 2014 by local Cornish craftsmen to a design based on the Le Havre Pilot Cutter JOLIE BRISE built in 1913 by Albe... read more
45ft. ENDURANCE SCHOONER - built WINDBOATS, UK 1990 Overall Length: 45ft 7ins :: Waterline: 33ft 2ins :: Beam: 13ft :: Draught: 7ft :: Displacement: 12.37 Registered Tons Engine: 110hp Yanmar 4LH-TE :: Designer: Peter Ibold :: Builder: Windboats, Norfolk :: Location: West Wales Sail: Gaff Schooner Rig :: Berths: Six Berths :: Year: 1990 :: Price: £58,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: American naval architect Peter Ibold (1936-2010) was the principal founder of the 'traditional revival look' of ... read more
49ft CLASSIC 1950s SANGERMANI YAWL Overall Length: 49ft :: Waterline: 41ft :: Beam: 11ft 7ins :: Draught: 7ft 4ins :: Displacement: 21 Tons TM Engine: 65hp Perkins Diesel Engine :: Designer: Cesare Sangermani :: Builder: Cantiere Sangermani :: Location: Italy Sail: Masthead Yawl Rig :: Berths: Five Guests plus Crew :: Year: 1954 :: Price: £175,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: PRELIMINARY DETAILS: In the last few years of the 19th Century, Ettore Sangermani established a small boatyar... read more
35ft SPEY CLASS MOTOR-SAILER - recent professional re-fit HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: LAVROCK is one of a number of motor-sailers built by Jones Buckie Slip Ltd during the 1960 to a design by G L Watson, who needs little introduction as one of the finest naval architects of the 20th Century. Around twenty-two Spey Class 35 motor-sailers were built from 1960 to 1966 together with about seven 40ft models. LAVROCK was built for Rev. The Hon. Robin Buchanan-Smith of Chaplain’s House, St. Andrews, Fife and stationed at Buckie during his owner... read more
21ft. HERRESHOFF  ISLANDER CLASS DAY SAILER CYNTHIA – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: The Islander Class dates from the early 1950s as featured in the Yachting World Annual of 1954. Mostly built in the UK due to lower production costs by Port Hamble Ltd. Sydney Herreshoff, a highly successful and well-respected designer in the USA was looking to produce a fast and weatherly day-sailer similar to the popular English X Boats. CYNTHIA was built in 1955 by Port Hamble Ltd. Close seamed mahogany planking, copper fastened to steam b... read more
45ft. GRP TWIN-ENGINE MOTOR YACHT - new guide price Overall Length: 45ft. (13.68m) :: Waterline: 40ft. (12m) :: Beam: 14ft 4ins :: Draught: 4ft :: Displacement: 21 Tons TM Engine: Twin 220hp Mermaid Diesel Engines :: Designer: Classic :: Builder: Falmouth, Cornwall :: Location: Mallorca Sail: n/a :: Berths: Eight Berths :: Year: 1970 :: Price: £22,500 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: CASABLANCA is an elegant, classic 45ft motor yacht with eight berths in three cabins. Built in 1970 by a skilled boatbuilde... read more
52ft. FLEUR DE LYS MOTOR-YACHT excellent example HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: LADY COPPELIA was built for S A Singleton of Maenporth, Near Falmouth in 1964 and subsequently registered in Falmouth, official number 305217. In the late 1960’s Godfrey Hope of Deganwy began the second registered owner mooring Lady Coppelia in Conway, North Wales. The previous owner bought the boat in 2000 and based her in Marmaris to extensively cruise The Med and the Red Sea. Following a four-month refit and survey dated January 2016 she was purchased by t... read more
81ft. TRADITIONAL GULET STYLE MOTOR-SAILER Overall Length: 81ft 4ins :: Waterline: 76ft :: Beam: 21ft 4ins :: Draught: 8ft 6ins :: Displacement: not known Engine: Pair 380hp CUMMINS Diesel Engines :: Designer: Traditional Mediterranean :: Builder: Mavrikos Shipyard :: Location: Greece Sail: Bermudian Rig :: Berths: Eight Guests plus crew in five cabins :: Year: 1979 / 2015-16 :: Price: £395,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: COSMOS was built in 1979 by Mavrikos Brother Shipyard, Ermoupoli, Syros... read more
42ft CLASSIC LAURENT GILES BERMUDIAN CUTTER Overall Length: 42ft (on deck) :: Waterline: 32ft :: Beam: 10ft 6ins :: Draught: 7ft :: Displacement: 17 Tons TM Engine: 75hp Volvo-Penta Diesel (new 2017) :: Designer: Jack Laurent Giles :: Builder: Sussex Yacht Works, Shoreham :: Location: Portugal Sail: 744 sq. ft. Plain Sail :: Berths: Seven in three cabins :: Year: 1938 :: Price: £88,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: A C Wingate of Offington Park, Surrey commissioned Jack Laurent Giles to design a c... read more
RESTORED 56ft.CLASSIC EXPRESS MOTOR-YACHT Overall Length: 56ft :: Waterline: 52ft :: Beam: 11ft 2ins :: Draught: 3ft :: Displacement: not known Engine: Pair 300hp Ford Mermaid Turbo Diesel Engines :: Designer: Knud Reimers :: Builder: A B Sverre :: Location: Sweden Sail: n/a :: Berths: Nine Guests in Three Cabins :: Year: 1939 :: Price: £110,000 Broker's Details: SPECIFICATION: Designer: Knud H Reimers (1906-1987) Builder: A B Sverre, Gothenburg Flag of Registry: Sweden Dimensions Overall: 56ft Beam: 11... read more
26ft. HARRISON BUTLER 'ENGLYN DESIGN' BERMUDIAN CUTTER HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: The Englyn design dates from 1932 and was originally published in F B Cooke’s WEEK-END YACHTING book in 1933. Describing the design Harrison Butler wrote ‘This is the result of evolution. The original Cyclone design has been built in considerable numbers and has proved to be satisfactory. I enlarged the drawing proportionately to a 22.5ft. waterline to produce the resulting Englyn design’ Dr T Harrison Butler was a strong believer in the &lsqu... read more
26ft HOLMAN BERMUDIAN SLOOP - 1962 - Excellent example WAHINE – HOLMAN 26 MASTHEAD SLOOP BUILT 1962 BY WHISSTOCKS OF WOODBRIDGE HISTORY & CONSTRUCTION: WAHINE was designed by Kim Holman and built by Whisstocks of Woodbridge in 1962 for Mr H A Day of Suffolk and launched as TESSA. She was kept on a mooring at Aldeburgh during his ownership. TESSA was sold in 1964 to George Bolingbroke of Maldon, Essex. In 1967 D Guinchard became the next owner, keeping the yacht at West Mersea, he re-named her VAHINE. During the 1970s Dr PG Swann of ... read more
43ft. CLASSIC 1930s CRUISING/RACING YAWL Overall Length: 43ft on deck :: Waterline: 31ft :: Beam: 8ft 2ins :: Draught: 5ft 10ins :: Displacement: 15 Tons TM Engine: 75hp Volvo Penta Diesel :: Designer: A F Ameen :: Builder: Swedish :: Location: Italy Sail: Yawl Rig sets 645 sq.ft plain sail :: Berths: Six Berths :: Year: 1936 :: Price: £48,500 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: S'MARIANNE was designed by the well respected naval architect A F Ameen and built in Sweden for her first owner Carl L... read more


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