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A beautifully elegant gentleman’s yacht, Amali of London was built in 1991 using the best modern technology of the time with a Dutch influence in design, built using cedar, mahogany ash and teak. The creator of this magnificent yacht was Sean McMillan, who today is still building both motor and sail yachts to the same proven construction at Spirit Yachts.
Amali offers the most wonderful entertaining space on her decks, with a raised dining area for up to six people and ample sunbathing/entertaining space under her custom made awnings. With two helm stations, one on deck and one below ... read more
|Length:|| 47' 7"|
Described by many as the most beautifully designed and built 6 Metre by Luders, St Kitts III (Ex Circe) was designed and built in 1937 by Luders Marine Constructions Co.
After a full restoration on the island of St Kitts in the 90’s, she was shipped to the UK in 2000 and has remained a stable 6 Metre on both the national and club racing scene.
After being laid up 4 years ago, it is now time for a new owner to take this beautiful classic 6 Metre on, along with her extensive specification.... read more
|Length:|| 37' 69"|
Nancy – US 60 is one of Olin Stephen’s very special 6 Metres, perhaps Nancy is most important, being the boat that Olin helmed himself during the 1932 British American Team race, which the American’s won!
Nancy was lovingly restored by Bill Green in early 2004 and since then she has been kept in impeccable condition, her current owner has kept her works schedule high including replacing 30 frames, adding extra mast strengthening and painting her topsides in 2017.
Winner of many trophies over the years, today Nancy can be found with an incredible inventory of sails, 3 sp... read more
|Length:|| 36' 9"|
Explorer was built in 2003 for, as the name suggests, exploring parts of the ocean that very few boats of this size can reach.
Built by Ocean Dynamics, this 35ft Rib was to set a new record crossing the North Atlantic with Bear Grylls. They completed that crossing in a record 15 days and as quoted by Bear in 2003 it wasn’t the simplest of adventures: 'There were undoubtedly more moments of jeopardy out there than I had ever anticipated and, in truth, if I had any idea of how frightened all of us would be at stages, I would have thought twice before leaving.'
Since the... read more
Wanderer was built by Borresen in 1968 and originally commissioned as Crazy VI for Mr Johnsen of Norway with a sail number of N240.
In late 1969 she was exported to Hong Kong taking on the sail number of HKG6 and raced within the harbour there until 2007, winning many races. When imported into the UK she was the subject of a restoration by the current owner who had her hull fibreglass sheathed and systems updated.
Wanderer has been raced in the West Country as well as in the Solent with her current owner and still sports an original wooden spruce mast.
Sitting on a barely used RM road... read more
|Length:|| 29' 2"|
|Price:|| £29,500 Tax Exempt|
Blue Bird (SWE 124) is a 1981 Pelle Petterson 6 Metre built by Sune Carlssons Batvarv and was one of the 4 Pelle designed boats built in 1981 and is now on the market for the first time in 14 years.
In early 2006 Blue Bird was the subject of a small refit which included a new paint job using 2 pack Jotun, Duropox deck paint, new Ian Howlett designed rudder and mast hydraulics.
Blue Bird comes with number of sails, spares and her own shipping cradle which will allow the next owner to get onto the water into this ever competitive 6 Metre fleet. She has been carefully laid up since 2009, an... read more
|Length:|| 31' 7"|
|Price:|| £45,000 Tax Paid|
Gitana Junior II Z107 was designed by Jean Grobéty and built in Switzerland by Philippe Durr in 1986, and was raced by both Baron Edmond and his son Benjamin de Rothchild.
Having completed a major restoration in 2018, Gitana Junior II is presented in ready to race condition with an inventory to match; set of new Elvstrom sails from 2019/20 which have only been used 3 times, two masts (one which is a split mast for transporting - needs restoring), and up to date measurement certificate, this 6 Metre is ready to compete against her sisterships in the Worlds in 2023, Cowes.
Gitana ... read more
|Length:|| 32' 8"|
Bob Kat II is, without question, an extremely important classic 6 Metre. She is an early creation from the drawing board of Olin Stephens. At just 23, this was his sixth 6 Metre and in the early 1930s Bob Kat II, dominated the fleet. Since being designed and built in 1931, Bob Kat II has enjoyed a long and illustrious sailing career with some of the best known yacht designers and sailors.
Bob Kat II is a second rule metre boat, which has been lovingly restored back to her original 1931 configuration and would be a strong competitor for the 2023 6m Worlds in Cowes.
Sat on her own shippi... read more
|Length:|| 36' 11"|
|Price:|| £55,000 Tax Exempt|
Nada, built by William Fife III in 1930, is without question one of the finest classic Fife sailing machines you can purchase. As quoted by Uffa Fox in 1932 “They will go to windward in heavy weather, for NADA in October 1932, left traders weatherbound in Dover and sailed the whole way to Newhaven to windward in 12 hours, passing three-masted schooners who were anchored under Dungeness, sheltering from the strong westerly wind”.
Nada has had an eclectic life, traveling the world and spending 20 years abounded in the Antiguan sun, she was saved and comprehensively rebuilt by Wood... read more
Tarka II was built in 1963 by the very special Pedersen & Thuesen yard in Denmark. Previously known as Eqsuire III and sailed by Henning Jensen she won the Gold Cup in 1965. She has also won a number of other trophies.
Pedersen & Thuesen (P& T) have an important and unique legacy within the Dragon class after many years of successful boats winning the Gold Cup. Tarka II is among these special boats. She was in the same ownership from 1980 until 2017, in 1992 she was carefully laid up after having a new teak deck laid.
In 2017 the boat was very lightly refurbished by ... read more