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riverhomes are delighted to bring to the market this immaculate Naval Pinnace built in 1937 and measuring 50ft x 11ft. On entering the boat at the stern, there is a large exterior deck area with seating and the helm with the navigation controls. A door leads down to the accommodation, which comprises a raised wheelhouse/dining room area above the engine room with space for a table and chairs, steps lead down towards the stern to a small kitchen area with oven and hob and then into a large double cabin with good storage space. Moving from the raised dining room down towards the bow of the boat ... read more
|Location:||St Katharine Docks, Wapping, E1W London UK|
The 1932 9-Ton Hillyard 'Billy Blue' offers a wide array of sailing opportunities due to her versatile Bermudan cutter rig. She embraces in abundance the sailing pleasures of a bygone era. Enthusiastically restored by the current ownership, 'Billy Blue' is now presented in excellent cosmetic condition. It is rare to find wooden boats of this age in such condition. Hillyard’s of Littlehampton are part of boat building folk-lore and these hand crafted vessels continue to find favour with the 'traditional sailor' entertaining the charms of solid wood constructi... read more
|Location:||Newhaven East Sussex UK|
|Price:|| £9,500 Tax Paid|
Overall Length: 27ft 6ins :: Waterline: 23ft 5ins :: Beam: 7ft :: Draught: 6ft :: Displacement: not known
Engine: 8hp Vire Auxilliary:: Designer: W Starling Burgess:: Builder: Herreschoff Manufacturing Co. USA:: Location: East Coast
Sail: Optional Gaff Rig / Marconi Rig :: Berths: Two / Three Berths :: Year: 1921 :: Price: £25,000
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
Sheila was the first boat built at the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company that wasn’t designed by Capt. Nat Herreshoff. Starling Burgess, an aircraft designer and close friend of Herreshoff, designed Sheila for Pau... read more
|Length:|| 27' 6"|
|Price:|| £25,000 Tax Exempt|
A FIRST CLASS, CLASSIC YACHT.
RESTORED TO NEAR NEW Ready to sail or just turn the key to motor.
MEREWIF - Sovereign 32 Class Yacht
This class was designed by Kim Holman in 1963 and two were built for the 1964 season, Hull no 1 was LIBRAE built for a Mr Foster. MEREWIF was hull No.2. There were about eight built the last one in 1971. (Information from Mr David Cooper of Holman & Pye, West Mersea)
Merewif's 1st appearance is in Lloyds Register 1965.
Merewif : 9 ton. TM Aux Bmu Ketch.
Engine Perkins 43HP diesel 1964 (Now fitted with new Beta 37.5 HP 4 cyl... read more
|Location:||Pinmill Suffolk UK|
|Price:|| £20,000 Tax Exempt|
All steel Dutch tjalk built 1985 and is a vollenhovense bol gaff rigged sailing barge.all steel body with teak and oak.
She’s rear at this size and in good with full sails and mast with tabinacle to lower for the canal. In need of a bit of t.l.c to bring her up to full spec , please message for further info.
She’s perfect size for London canals,Thames or the Medway ,norfolk broads etc making her a versatile boat her internal headroom is about 160cm but I'm 6 ft and can stand up at the galley bellow the hatch and also at the sky light in the saloon, so seems to work well..
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Laxey Gander is a Tamarisk 29, gaff rigged cutter built in 1980. Laxey Gander is equipped and ready to sail. She has a GRP hull made by Cygnus fitted out by North Cornwall Marine with plywood decking, wooden mast and spars. She has a full suit of red sails and an additional No1 Jib, all of which are in good condition. Sail area 583 sq ft. Below decks are comfortable saloon and forward cabins with varnished hardwood features, rope handholds and bronze opening portholes. Laxey Gander has the look of a traditional sailing boat with the advantages of a GRP hull, a powerful Buhk engine and a ... read more
|Length:|| 36' 4"|
|Location:||Lytham Lancashire UK|
Hannah of Rock Cornish Crabber Mk1 CC3 Built 1975. For Sale £3000.
The last of only 4 wooden crabbers ever built 1975 and used as the mould template for subsequent fibreglass hulls. Following a stroke last year and 4 grandchildren it's time to change to a larger boat. Over 9 years of ownership based at Felixstowe Ferry on the river Deben we have enjoyed sailing the surrounding rivers and estuaries with a lifting centerboard able to entre even the Deben at any state of the tide. During ownership we have made good the hull and all wooden parts which with continued care are good for ... read more
|Location:||Bawdsey Quay on mooring Suffolk UK|
48' x 13'6" double diagonal mahogany Admiralty built motorboat 1962.
Cascouvered then epoxy coated below waterline.
Twin (handed) GM 270HP diesels. (Capale 22/25 knots)
Beautiful interior fit out almost completed.
Very light and roomy.
Ideal sea, French canals or cruising houseboat.
Much money spent but unfortunately ill health forces sale.
Open to offers.
Lying Richmond on Thames (mooring not residential)... read more
Beautiful lines and elegant design, the Spinto 20 will give you the feeling of being in the South of France in the days when boats were designed to turn heads. Unlike a classic speed boat, she will not be expensive to own and also has modern accessories. Certainly a boat you would want to be seen on the water in!
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
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This Spinto 21 has been personally photographed and viewed by Andrea Drew/Will West of Boatshed Poole.... read more
|Location:||Poole Dorset UK|
In 1949 the De Vines and Van Lent families came together to approach the American market where sales were booming the late 40s. Headship was introduced to the American public at the 1951 New Year Boat Show. The high quality offered by headship impressed the public and attracted the attention of many famous people. These included Malcom Forbes who launched the first of three Highlander Feadships in 1957.
Rebel Lady was imported into Newcastle in 1965 and until 2000 was kept on the Hamble.
The crew quarter including the galley are forward of the central saloon. The Saloon leads to the... read more