Brokerage Classic Boats for sale in the UK
This beautifully restored traditional clinker planked wooden launch with steamed oak ribs was originally built as a Looe Ferry and would have been licensed to carry 12 passengers.
Loa 19ft 6"
She has recently been completely refitted by Butler&Co near Truro and is fitted with a 16hp Yanmar inboard diesel engine, solar panels and full cover. Her paint and varnish work is also in excellent condition.
A rare opportunity to purchase a lovely little run around for exploring creeks and rivers.... read more
28ft Classic Wooden Bermudan sloop, designed and built by David Cheverton and Partners, Isle of Wight in 1959. Originally commissioned for a Marine Charter company as a Family (of four) Sail cruiser, she'd now be classed as a Classic. Having a deck stepped mast it gives clear space in the accommodation. The settee berths are 6ft 6 in length and there is standing headroom at the aft end of the accommodation
Her present owner has had a professional restoration carried out on the vessel “Works” have included a new self draining cockpit, the engine over hauled installing new e... read more
|Price:|| £9,500 Tax Exempt|
Lucie B was built from scratch in just 4 months by Ashley Butler and his team in Faversham in 2005. Ashley, while working on another Smack made a half model of Lucie B. He drew her lines and built the vessel. He sourced local trades to supply the materials for her and her rig. Fitted her with a new Beta Marine engine.
Her build was well documented in the Classic Boat Magazine, she was used as their display vessel at the London Boat show.
She is presently owned and sailed in her home waters of the River Medway and Thames, she has competed in the OGA Rallies and races.
She has been prove... read more
|Price:|| £48,000 Tax 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
|Price:|| £18,000 Ex. Tax|
This classic pram sailing dinghy is ideal as a yacht tender or sailing boat for youngsters to learn to sail or row. She is in nice condition, fully equipped to sail or row and light enough for youngsters to handle ashore or afloat. There is a launching trolley but no road trailer. The sails are in perfect condition as this boat was seldom used
This boat was built by the Owner who was a profesional boat builder to the design of Malcolm Goodwin, a renowned East coast sailor, designer and boatbuilder. It is being sold on behalf of the Owner who has retired, his grandchildren have grown up and... read more
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 ::
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 Paul Hammond. She was on... read more
|Length:|| 27' 6"|
|Price:|| £19,500 Tax Exempt|
'Mr Smee' (Sail No.) has been in the same family ownership for many years, and has given a great deal of pleasure. This boat is very reluctantly up for sale as the owner is buying a classic racing boat.
This boat has been looked after to her owners exacting standards, and it really shows. It is very well equipped; anchor, warps, cockpit cover, winter cover, and comes with a Yamaha four-stroke 2.5hp outboard motor, as well as an excellent break-back road trailer for easy single handed launching and recovery,
The Norfolk Oyster makes a perfect family day boat, for estuary/harbour ... read more
Built in 1997 (Sail no. 112), this Norfolk Oyster has had very light use since new, and is in lovely order. These boats have a reputation for excellent sailing performance and have seen many families get on the water and enjoy the many virtues of the superb design and build quality. This boat was in its original ownership for 20 years and is now up for sale as the current owner is purchasing a larger boat to go on further coastal adventures.
Dolly May is equipped with a Yamaha four-stroke 2.5hp outboard motor (2015) and has been serviced recently. She has an SBS break-back road trailer, new... read more
|Price:|| £13,500 Tax Paid|
This boat was built to a high specification and ready for sailing... read more
|Price:|| £3,500 Tax Paid|
Builder : Herbert Woods
LOA : 9.6m (31ft 6in)
Beam : 2.84m (9ft 4in)
Draft : 1.07m (3ft 6in)
Keel : Long Fin
Wood carvel construction
Iroko on oak
In private ownership since 1990's, with present owners for last 12 years
Major professional renovation by Cox's Boatyard in 2010 including new mahogany cabin sides and cockpit, new bulkhead, partial new decks, new deck lino and substantial new planking and ribs
Wintered ashore and professionally maintained since 2010
Total of approximately 400ft of new planking during current ownership
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|Length:|| 31' 6"|