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Following her launch, in 1939, we understand that this sturdy vessel was immediately requisitioned for war time duties by the Admiralty. After serving as a fleet tender through the war, she was then reverted to her original role as an MFV, operating from Buckie, Wick and Peterhead.
In the mid 70's, she was retired from her fishing role and converted for leisure. In 2016, the current owners brought her down from the Clyde, under her own steam. They stripped her out, repaired some of the decking framework and removed some of the internal bulkheads, ready to begin their own conversion. Howeve... read more
Designed by David Feltham and built by Cobra/Seawolf Yachts, this pretty pocket cruiser manages to pack a lot into her beamy 23ft. This is the fin keeled version which is said to be speedy, manoeuvrable and sea kindly.
This example is tidy & dry down below and with berths for four, a small galley and a private sea toilet, she presents an ideal first time buyers boat.
Well maintained, this vessel comes with the added benefit of a reconditioned engine (in 2015) and a dinghy / outboard to complete the package.
These boat details are subject to contract.
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The first thing you notice when stepping aboard this Saga 27AK is her space. Internally she feels like a much bigger vessel than her length. The second thing you notice is her build quality as we have come to expect from Norwegian boat manufacturers.
Since owning this vessel, her current owners have commissioned a complete new engine refit carried out professionally and a great cost. Since the engine was installed in 2017 she has only logged 107 hours!
This vessel is also fitted with twin fuel tanks which give her an incredible range for the long distance sailor, but she is also well sui... read more
This low hours, lightly used and well presented Lema Clon has a lot going for it. One of the first things you notice is simply how roomy and spacious she is for only 6.7m long! Her forward cabin with separate heads compartment is as big as on some 26 footers. Not only is there a good size dinette/double, she also has an under cockpit double 'aft' berth. The hard top shelter is also a great feature, giving plenty of protection from the elements on an inclement day but the open cockpit allows for soaking up the sun on one of the rarer hot days.
The current (second) owner has owned her for 5 yea... read more
The Princess 30 DS was created back in 1980 through a collaboration between John Bennett and Bernard Olesinski. It’s testament to them that the classic lines still look good today. They created a great platform for family coastal, inland or river cruising, and these vessels are still very popular.
This example has been used as a live aboard ashore for the last twelve months and has been kept clean and tidy by it’s current owner.
The accommodation on this boat is cleverly set out in four areas. The lower deck has a forward cabin with two single berths that can easily be converte... read more
The first thing you notice when stepping aboard this Brock 24 Gaff Rigged Yawl is the quality of her build materials and construction. She displays the most beautiful classic lines from a bygone era!
She is equipped with a fantastic sail plan and a powerful engine when needed for motoring.
Her teak wooden decks were completely renewed by the current owner in 2021.
Her cockpit is wide, deep and gives a fantastic feeling of safety and security. She has fantastic sea keeping abilities and is fitted with a full array of navigation instruments.
Down below she is incredibly spacious for her size... read more
This Holman & Pye designed Super Sovereign 35 Ketch has been under the same ownership for over 15 years. In 2017, over £20,000 was spent on a refurbishment programme.
Amongst others, the Perkins engine was professionally overhauled and fitted with a new fuel injector pump, new alternator, new engine mounts and prop shaft. A B&G Vulcan 9 chart plotter was fitted, a VHF DSC Simrad Radio, a Victron easy solar control unit and an Adverc charging system.
This example has a GRP hull and coachroof. The hull was re-epoxied in 2004 and the windows were re-sealed during the same period. The... read more
The Jaguar 23 is renowned as a solid, well performing pocket cruiser, ideal for single-handed sailing and weekend cruising in coastal waters. Surprisingly roomy down below and swift for their size, they make for a good first boat at a reasonable price.
This particular example has been enjoyed by her current owner for the last 7 years and benefits from all lines leading aft to the cockpit, a frequently used lifting keel, a modified mainsail for ease of use, a 2006 5hp Mariner outboard and a Waveline dinghy.
These boat details are subject to contract.
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The Evolution 25 designed by Julian Everitt as a small family cruiser. The hull is the same as the proven Evolution 26 quarter tonner but the 25 has the cruising top providing great accommodation/headroom. The hull makes her a rewarding and responsive boat to sail. She has the benefit of a lifting keel, giving her the ability of drying out on sandy beaches and on moorings giving her a wider berthing choice.
This vessel requires a bit of a clean and polish but she is an ideal cruiser for some family cruising and fun around the buoys or lake and estuary sailing. Equipment fitted but not fu... read more
Berthed in a picturesque Cornish location, on a tributary of the River Tamar, this tastefully Converted MFV would make a fantastic live aboard.
There is a bright, airy wheelhouse, ideal for reading the Sunday papers or watching the world go by, situated aft of a clean, watertight, easy to move around deck.
Down below, there is a large, open-plan saloon / dinette / galley area with lots of height and light. The galley has a full cooker and good sized work surface area, including an inlaid/carved draining board around the sink. Whilst the saloon has a wood-burning stove with a back-boile... read more