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Just look at this beauty of a boat. Designed when boats where built to be used not just marketed as the biggest caravan available for a given length. This is a 32 foot boat with two berths, a small galley and a head, is powered by two modest 96 hp diesel engines and will go 22 knots. It's a semi-planning hull and you have to admire this type for it's fuel efficiency and sea kindly attributes. It's not just the beautiful classic looks that make this boat attractive to a modern boater it's the large cockpit and open wheelhouse. Two things that you want when you're entert... read more
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CLASSIC and RARE - BRING FAIR OFFERS!
If you are in the market for a motoryacht, look no further than this 1975 Chris-Craft 47 Commander, just reduced to $70,000 (offers encouraged).
This vessel is located in Mckeesport, Pennsylvania and is in good condition. She is also equipped with twin Cummins engines that have only 40 hours.
We are looking for people all over the country who share our love for boats. If you have a passion for our product and like the idea of working from home, please visit SellBoatsAndRVs [dot] com to learn more.
Please submit any and ALL offe... read more
|Location:||Mckeesport Pennsylvania USA|
|Price:|| $70,000 Tax Not Paid|
The boat as it is, is a fibre glass copy of a Sheringham boat called the Golden Jubilee. We build them to a pleasure boat finish using iroko hard wood and marine ply throughout. The engine we fit is a Beta 14hp 2 to 1 reduction gear box coupled to a 1¼ “stainless steel shaft and a bronze propeller. They have a 6½ gallon stainless steel tank, using copper pipes to feed the engine. The boat also comes fitted as standard an electric bilge pump, solar panel to charge batteries, anchor, chain and fenders.
The boat is available as a new build for £18000 plus VAT.... read more
|Location:||Fosdyke Yacht Haven Lincolnshire UK|
|Price:|| £18,000 Ex. Tax|
Totally refurbished after a four year refit this Fleur de lys class classic motor yacht is likely to be one of the best available. She is modified with bow thrusters and incorporates new engines and many other improvements to the layout and structure of the vessel.
She was lovingly refitted by her previous owner who had intended to take her to the Mediterranean as a touring live aboard but tragically he died before that dream could be realised. She is refitted and ready to go... with all the accommodation necessary to provide comfortable living quarters.
Saloon, mast... read more
|Location:||Lowesoft Haven Marina Suffolk UK|
Lady Christina 1938 – a 39ft Teak on oak - Fairwind Class.
Built by master boat builder Graham Bunn (Windboats, Wroxham) in an epoch when quality was of the highest standards, Lady Christina is constructed of the ultimate boat builder’s timber, Burmese Teak on solid 2” English oak frame.
She recently underwent a complete renovation to bring this Classic motor cruiser into the 21st century and had a complete refit with modern systems under the classic look of a true Gentlemen’s cruiser. With her dual position controls and super flying bridge, she is a river cruiser... read more
|Length:|| 39' 6"|
|Location:||56140 Brittany France|
PLEASE I AM NOT TOURIST ATTRACTION IF IF YOU DONT HAVE FUNDS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE MANY FREE ONES AROUND BEAUTIFUL SCOTLAND.
YES !! This berth is available free !!!!!’ with the sale of the Vital Spark for over four years worth £40,000 in its self if your thinking of living aboard this is on beautiful Loch Fyne Scotland’s longest sea loch see the photo in accommodation section.
Please as much as I would love to talk puffers I have put my pride and joy “The Iconic Vital Spark “ built 1944 in Hull on the market due to a severe lack of time so can I ask only serou... read more
|Location:||Inveraray Argyll and Bute UK|
Built in 1955, we believe the first to be built of the seven Tom Pudding Tugs. Built by Camplings of Goole. Length 48ft x 14.6ft and has a Lister Blackstone air start engine. There is also an original Jabus which went behind the tug and in front of the Tom Puddings. . There is a complete set at the Yorkshire Waterways Museum, in Goole but this could be your own bit of history. The owner has loads of photos and history on the tug. Well worth a look!! Do a "google" search for Tom Pudding and see what they did!!!!!!.... read more
|Location:||West Yorkshire UK|
10m custom first builds in 1962. Totally refit in 2019. 50 hp 2-cylinder BMC engine.... read more
|Location:||Ionian Islands Greece|
A typically classic and elegant Silvers motor sailor - to a John Bain design, built in 1938.
Please see the full details.... read more
Fully restored to its former glory tug. Equipped with a comfortable home and guesthouse. Four takt slowrunner engine, in a new condition. Registered as a sailing monument.
Engine is completely reconditioned/overhauled (in factory)... read more
|Location:||Rotterdam Netherlands Netherlands|
Roeboats are delighted to offer you Ninigret a 22’motor boat designed by John Atkin. The Ninigret has a large cockpit that comfortably seats 6, two berths and a sea toilet (head). The Ninigret has many great features that you will come to love, one of these was that the motor is housed in a covered well thus reducing noise and protecting the cockpit from following seas. Keeping you dry and comfortable no matter what.
Roeboats have been building beautiful custom wooden boats for over ten years and if you would like to discuss having your own boat built please don't hesitate to con... read more
|Location:||Co Cork Ireland|
Great former rescue lifeboat, perfect to sail to the beautiful habours of Scotland or the Baltic sea.
Last hull survey april 2015
Sailing area waterways and seagoing... read more
|Location:||Dokkumer Nieuwezijlen Friesland Netherlands|
Yachting Brokers are pleased to present a beautiful 1923 classic motor yacht that has been lovingly restored. Registered on the National Historic Ships, she was built to private order in 1923 and subsequently purchased by the post office to operate in the Shetland Isles. Rumours abound that she was used for clandestine operations in World War II which resulted in her capture and scuttling. Thankfully she was raised by the Royal Navy and purchased by HM government in 1947. Her whereabouts after that are a bit murky but she appears to have been used as a houseboat until being purchased by the cu... read more
|Location:||Weybridge Surrey UK|
– BUILT 1950 BY GRAHAM BUNN LTD, WROXHAM
BUILT FOR PRIVATE OWNER – MR THOMSON – EDINBURGH – REGISTERED IN LEITH
REGISTERED WITH LLOYDS REGISTER – WHICH IS WHY THEIR ARE VARIOUS WEIGHT POINTS SHOWN IN THE BOAT.
STAYED IN LEITH UNTIL 1977 – THEN MOVED TO CAMBS/ELY
MOVED TO THE NORFOLK BROADS AND REGISTERED WITH THE BROADS AUTHORITY IN 2004 FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE BUILT IN 1950.
VARIOUS WORK HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT – NEW TRANSOM, DECKS CHANGED FROM CANVAS TO BOARD & APOXY. FRONT AND REAR CABIN ENDS REPLACED.
THERE A TWO SEPARATE TOILETS. A SHOWER/HIP BATH WAS ADDED TO THE FR... read more
|Location:||Stalham Norfolk UK|
Built in 1953 and hung on the port side of the Royal Yacht Britannia, she is half way through restoration and can be bought as such. She has all her original fittings and engine cover and original Perkins P4M with Centrifugal Gearbox and solid bronze Tiller arm. She has been stripped back to her original Honduras Mahogany which is double diagonal with canvas between the mahogany. Aluminium sectional flooring, buoyancy tanks under the seating compartments which have been refurbished. She needs some repairs to the upper bow gunnels and the engine refitted. She has her original prop and shaft whi... read more
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
Miller of St. Monance need little introduction as one of the most successful boatyards in the UK. James Miller built many fishing boats at his yard in St Monance on the Fife coast, the largest over 70′. He also built some very fine yachts to various UK designer’s plans working from the 1930s through to the sale of the yard and subsequent closure in the 1970s. The yard used their knowledge of the Scottish fishing boat, famous for it’s sea-worthiness, to produce a range of motor sailers, the Fifers, which became very popular and were built from... read more
|Location:||North Ayrshire UK|
|Price:|| £27,500 Tax Exempt|
Builder : J.W. Brooke, Lowestoft
LOA : 6.71m (22ft 0in)
Beam : 1.75m (5ft 9in)
Draft : 0.46m (1ft 6in)
Wood carvel construction
Larch on oak and elm
Transom hung rudder
Hull topsides epoxy coated and painted
Varnished original teak trimmings, cockpit linings, bulkheads, transom, coamings, etc.
Traditional lino decks over pine
Rear and amidships seats
Engine box doubles as cockpit/picnic table
Storage lockers under forward and stern decks
Same ownership for 25 years
Wintered ashore annually
Mechanical & Electrical
35hp Parsons... read more
fully equipped, perfect for reacreation... read more
|Location:||Den Helder Netherlands|
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
SILVER KING was designed and built by Thornycroft & Co. Ltd. Hampton Upon Thames in 1965 for Alan De Costa of London. Alan kept her on the River Thames in the first year of his ownership, returning SILVER KING to Thornycroft’s in 1966 for the wheelshelter to be fully enclosed. SILVER KING was then sailed down to Palma, Mallorca where she was sold in 1967 to Leslie Bolson of Albion Gate, Hyde Park, London. Leslie moved SILVER KING to Cannes in the late 1970s where she was bought by Madame Dorothy Atkins of Eden Palm, Cannes. The current owners, the ... read more
|Price:|| £40,000 Tax Not Paid|
Echos of a bygone era! A TSDY for sale in France. Boatshed Bourgogne is pleased to offer this classic motor cruiser for sale presently moored in a marine well situated for cruising the French waterways or the Med. coast. Sensible sized twin Fords giving coastal security yet not too over-sized for canal & river cruising. The stabilisers have been removed to facilitate use on inland waterways and this could really make an excellent "five legged sheep" for coastal and inland navigation. Classic comfort with spacious decks. She is on the dry in september in a yard where she has benefited of s... read more
|Location:||south burgundy Burgundy France|