All Classic Boats for sale in the UK
“Octavia” is a beautiful example of a 6 Berth, 33’ Bates Starcraft motor cruiser equipped with a BMC bowman 1.8L Engine. Constructed in 1960 with a double skinned teak hull fastened onto oak timbers by W.Bates & Son, this cruiser has been kept in extremely good order. A Professional refit was carried out towards the end of 2011 by the mills dockyard and was repainted and varnished in 2018.
Fore cabin with twin berths, Galley equipped with a new world cadet gas cooker with 2 burner hob, large stainless steel Sink/Drainer and Waeco 12v fridge. Heads compartment offset... read more
The Swallow (also known as the National Swallow) is a type of one-design keelboat that was used as a two-man Olympic class for the 1948 Olympics. It is now raced with a crew of 2 or 3 in heavier weather..
The Class races at Itchenor and both Cowes Classic Week and Cowes Week.
Swallows are responsive and fun to sail if "wet" with a low freeboard.
Spindrift has been well maintained by being kept undercover in the winter.
She has glassfiber hull and wooden deck.
The mast, standing and running rigging was new in 2015 from Sedan.
She comes with a road trailer and full suit o... read more
|Location:||Aldeburgh Suffolk Suffolk UK|
|Price:|| £3,000 Tax Paid|
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 serous buyers please should make contact . Yes I will part exchange anything with an engine, watches property cash either way bu... read more
|Location:||Inveraray Argyll and Bute UK|
Gaff yawl yacht, based on east coast (Bawley) working boat, built in Marthas Vineyard USA, 2002 by Ashley Butler. Pitch pine and oak planking on black lobast frames fastened with copper and bronze. Engine fitted 2007, new sails 2009, sailing tender (2008), solar panel, liferaft (2013),sea toilet (2012) with holding tank, Taylors cooker in new galley (2013). Three cabins: forward cabin with double berth; mid ships cabin with workshop/nav station/sail stowage, Blakes/Lavac sea toilet and (new) skylight over; saloon with pilot and settee berths, Faversham solid fuel stove, galley/pantry aft with... read more
|Location:||Falmouth, UK Cornwall UK|
|Price:|| £65,000 Tax Exempt|
• Iconic “barrel-back”
• Indmar 5.7-litre V8
• Purpose-built four-wheel trailer
• Extremely rare outside USA
When you’re born with a name like Christopher Columbus Smith it’s pretty clear that destiny has got plans for you. At the age of 13 in 1874 the Michigan-born blacksmith’s son made his first boat. By 1881 he was building boats full time, and went on to pioneer petrol internal combustion for leisure craft. From 1913, for 11 consecutive years, Smith-built boats won every America Power Boat Association Gold Cup race, including five co... read more
|Location:||By Appointment Hampshire UK|
'Alice' is a 25' Itchen Ferry (32' with bowsprit extended), built in 1980. Combining the grace and power of traditional gaff rig with the convenience of a GRP hull, she is a safe and sturdy sea-boat with a deep cockpit and well-maintained Yanmar 2QM15 inboard engine. For over thirty years the current owner has cruised the UK and near continent, from the choppy waters of the Thames Estuary and North Sea to the shallow inland waterways of the Netherlands and the rugged coasts and rip-tides of Brittany and the Channel Islands.... read more
|Location:||Rochford Essex UK|
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 bent oak timbers, oak floors and centre-line with 1,100lb iron ballast keel. Refurbished in the p... read more
|Length:|| 21' 4"|
|Location:||West Sussex UK|
|Price:|| £12,000 Tax Exempt|
I am looking for a Broom or similar type boat, anything considered... read more
THIS GORGEOUS CLASSIC HILLYARD WAS BUILT IN 1929
SHE IS A 7 TON GAFF CUTTER
PITCH PINE IN OAK FRAMES
SHE HAS UNDERGONE A MAJOR PROFESSIONAL REBUILD AND IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
DAVEY HOTPOT WOODBURNING STOVE
3 BURNER AMERICAN GAS COOKER
BEAUTIFUL ALMOST OPENPLAN INTERIOR WITH LOVELY FEATURES
39HP DIESEL RECENTLY REBUILT
SAILS IN GOOD CONDITION
THIS IS A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A LITTLE PIECE OF OUR MARITIME HISTORY WITH THE HARD YARDS DONE.
JUST ADD WATER AND GO SAILING.
PRICE: JUST REDUCED
TEL:... read more
|Location:||STRANGFORD LOUGH NORTHERN IRELAND Down UK|
"Lady of Stavoren" was built in 1939 by Wildschutt & Sons of Gaastmeer, Holland.
Although built in 1939 work was not completed as she was then kept in a barn for the duration of the war. The owner's family were evacuated to England during the war, the owner unfortunately was killed whilst serving his country.
In 1951 his widow brought the boat by freighter to England where she was berthed at Teddington on the Thames. The boat was sold in 1955 and moved to Conyer in Kent where completion of the work was carried out with mast, sails,engine and fitted out. She was used for... read more
|Location:||Medway Kent UK|