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The Swan 40 is a beautiful classic and understandably a sought after bluewater cruising yacht. These boats rarely become available, have a reputation for ease of handling and were built to last. The build quality gives the impression of a generously laid up hull, alongwith traditional woodwork throughout the interior. The cockpit is spacious and deep and moving forward is effortless to access the wide side decks and foredeck. Down below there are eight berths, two of which can be found in the separate aft cabins. The galley is well positioned and designed for preparing meals both at sea a... read more
A great opportunity for someone looking to get out on the water in 2021!
The Quicksilver 470 Express Cruiser is a practical day tripper/ fast fisher with a small cabin, large open deck and a removable cockpit cover that can also be used as a Bimini for sun shade.
She is a sensible all rounder and ideal for towing around with ease.
On inspection this vessel appears to be in good condition and has the added benefit of coming with a serviced trailer and an additional small outboard engine as a back up.
She would serve as a great boat for fishing trips and relaxing days with family and... read more
This version of these popular Searay 270 Sundancer's, is a tidy, nicely presented boat. Handling these boats has been said to be easy with twin engines and a large, roomy cockpit which is also great for entertaining and relaxing.
Light and spacious below with a separate heads with shower, galley with fridge and hob and large saloon area. An aft transverse double berth separated with a curtain and a with a dinette which converts to a double berth, which makes it suitable for families or for guests, for holidays or as a weekend getaway.
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We are delighted to be featuring this gaff rigged vessel, which is as attractive as it is interesting. Wooden built, with epoxy coating to the hull, she looks to have been looked after over the years. The sails look to be in good condition and the no-nonsense, long stroke engine started and ran during our visit. The cockpit has plenty of room and is complemented with some stowage facility also. The decks provide good access forward and room on the foredeck for anchoring and sail management. Down below there is a saloon and sleeping accommodation, with a forward compartment currently used ... read more
Broom boats are well regarded, as solidly built, reliable and luxurious cruisers. This 36 is no exception, capable of offshore and inland cruising alike, which, with the two turbocharged engines and bow thruster, is achieved with relative ease of handling and a good turn of speed. The boat is helmed from a semi-enclosed flybridge, which has the benefit of creating spacious accommodation below. This accommodation is presented in very good condition, providing comfort and style for owners and guests.
On visiting the boat you are immediately struck by its space, comfort and an open and airy... read more
Hardy power boats are well regarded and sought after and looking at this version, it is not difficult to see why. The boat presents with seaworthy lines and a robust build quality. This well maintained example, features the extended wheelhouse, with good internal space, hosting the galley, saloon, helm and navigator seat. Further forward is the double cabin, also containing the heads. The beam and headroom make for a comfortable boat, whether inside or working in the cockpit, side or foredecks. Although this boat was built in 1997, it was refitted in 2007, including a new engine and outd... read more
The Endeavour Sea Jeep is a popular, pocket trailerable fast fisher. The boat has been designed with versatility, ease of towing and use and with fun in mind. It is simple to launch single handed and straightforward in operation, offering a range of opportunities on the water, including fishing, exploring inland and estuary waters and even as a sports boat with the right sized engine. In addition, the boat has the benefit of easily being washed down and taken home at the end of a day. This version looks to be in tidy condition, including the outboard motor and trailer. If you would like ... read more
Waquiez Yachts were often referred to as boutique and it is not difficult to see why from the overall lines and interior fit. Coming from the drawing board of Holman and Pye, it is not surprising that these yachts are reported to be well balanced under sail and suitable for both experienced cruisers and novice sailors alike. The boat's construction and lines reveal her traditional seagoing pedigree, alongside respectable sailing speeds and characteristics. This version is a great opportunity for single handed and or family use. With some limited updating and fettling, this boat will provide... read more
Westerly Centaur's are one of the most well known and loved models from the reliable and sturdy Westerly range of sailing yachts. Designed for maximum comfort in the cockpit and interior, the bilge keel is also perfect for sailing shallower waters, whilst also capable of venturing further afield.
When I visited the boat, I saw a vessel with a good looking, relatively recent, engine and an appeal to anybody looking for a safe, easy to handle boat to enjoy a variety of sailing. A new owner may consider some instrument upgrades and some cleaning and refurbishing around the boat. If you would... read more
This 1974 Powles 41 is a lovely vessel and presents itself very well considering its age. The current owner (and previous owners) have clearly looked after her, and have managed to modernise her with smart flexi-teak decking and new canopies.
With two separate cabins, large saloon and aft deck, this 41ft vessel would serve as a great platform for extended cruising, liveaboard life and also as a holdidays and long weekends away.
Equipped with two Volvo engines totalling 500hp, the owner reports that she is sufficiently powered to achieve a maximum speed of 25kts, but will happily cruise ... read more