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Enquire about Laurent Giles Wanderer

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The Wanderer Class is an improved version of Hiscock's Wanderer 111. Built for the previous owner, the construction fully supervised by David Hopkins, Marine Surveyor.
A very robust construction. Sensible price due to ill-health.

  • Designer: Giles Laurent
  • Builder: Private
  • Year: 1985
  • Location: Hampshire
  • Length on deck: 30'
  • Beam: 9'4"
  • Draft: 5'
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Enquire about 28 ton Hillyard Ketch

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The biggest of the boats built by Hillyards yard in Littlehampton, This 28 tonner has an enormous amount of interior space. 9 berths in 2 sleeping cabins and the saloon, full headroom throughout. Very spacious engine room with a brand new Beta 75hp diesel. In present ownership for 30 years, in which time she has cruised extensively with a large family. Very capable yacht, designed for blue water sailing with comfort in mind, however she is still capable of fast passages. Tidy yacht with a well documented history, upgraded continuously over the years. there is no other yacht which can match her for volume in this size range.

  • Designer: Hillyard, David
  • Builder: David Hillyard
  • Year: 1965
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 51'
  • Beam: 12'
  • Draft: 6'6"
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Enquire about 22′ Gaff cutter

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Built by Gale & Co. of Cowes in 1922 for the Commodore of the East Cowes Yacht Club. Raced and cruised in the Solent area for many years, this is an eye catching little yacht with a good turn of speed. Pitch pine hull all copper fastened, bronze strap floors, lead keel and bronze keel bolts. Decent rigging and sails, single cylinder Lister Petter diesel and 2 berth accommodation. Super little yacht for attending classic rallies and weekend cruising, her size makes her manageable on and off the water.

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: H. Gale & Co, Cowes, Isle of Wight
  • Year: 1922
  • Location: Southampton
  • Length on deck: 21'10"
  • Beam: 7'3
  • Draft: 3'9"
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Enquire about Mounts Bay lugger

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Built as a Mounts Bay sailing fishing lugger by Kitto of Porthleven in 1912. Converted to a yacht after being sold out of the fishing industry, she now has a comfortable and spacious interior and a powerful 2 mast standing lug rig. A major rebuild in a previous ownership means she is largely a new boat, recent survey reports show her to be a good sound yacht with no major issues. A genuine working boat with a well documented and colourful history that is in tidy and sound condition at a very realistic price. * New video of this boat on full details*.

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Kitto of Porthleven
  • Year: 1912
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 35'6"
  • Beam: 11'6"
  • Draft: 5'6
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Enquire about Cheverton Crusader Bermudan sloop

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One of the best examples of the Crusader class that has had a major refit in present ownership. The Crusader was a superb design because of the amount of space it offered for the length. They were designed as safe yet competitive family cruising boats, capable of taking some weather when necessary and offering comfortable accommodation for four people. Full length berths, lots of headroom throughout and a separate heads compartment. Recent rigging and sails, good engine and cosmetically very tidy, a great way to get sailing without huge expense. NEW VIDEO

  • Designer: Cheverton, David
  • Builder: Cheverton Yachts
  • Year: 1960
  • Location: Southampton
  • Length on deck: 27'6
  • Beam: 8'2
  • Draft: 4'3
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Enquire about Harrison Butler Z4 Bermudan sloop

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The Z4 was the most popular design from the great Dr Harrison Butler with over 30 built in the 1930's allowing a generation to get afloat.
This poor little boat has a sad recent history having broken her mooring on Windermere, suffered poor quality repairs to her damaged planking under the stbd bilge and now needs a new owner, amateur or professional to put her right again. Other than that she is jolly nice, 2-berths, excellent rig and engine.
A great little project, must go or will be reluctantly broken up if not sold before the end of the year.

  • Designer: Dr Harrison Butler
  • Builder: Lockharts, Brentwood Essex
  • Year: 1939
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 21'
  • Beam: 7'2
  • Draft: 4'
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Enquire about Laurent Giles Peter Duck ketch

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Laurent Giles Peter Duck ketch, built by Porter and Haylett in 1964. Recent professional refit including new toe rails and deck work. Rebuilt BMC Commander diesel, good rigging and sails. This is a tidy example of this popular design, very spacious for her length with 4 good size berths and full standing headroom.

  • Designer: Laurent, Giles
  • Builder: Porter & Haylett, Wroxham
  • Year: 1964
  • Location: Dorset
  • Length on deck: 28'6"
  • Beam: 9'
  • Draft: 4'6"
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Enquire about Buchanan Spartan Bermudan sloop

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Pretty little yacht from the hand of the great Alan Buchanan, capable and fast cruising boat with a good size cockpit and enough space below to be comfortable. Two full length berths below, reconditioned Nanni diesel engine and a recent list of works completed. She suffered an unfortunate accident during winter storms when the top of her mast was broken off. She is now in need of a new mast, however all the fittings are in good order and could be transferred straight to the new mast.

  • Designer: Buchanan, Alan
  • Builder: Prior's of Burnham
  • Year: 1954
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 23'2"
  • Beam: 6'6"
  • Draft: 4'5"
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Enquire about 22 sqm Skargardskryssa Regatta Yacht

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Built in Stockholm as a regatta yacht in 1935 and raced successfully for many years. Thorough refit in 2013 by professional shipwrights in Switzerland. New rig and sails, new custom built double axle trailer with hydraulic brakes to make transport very easy. A stunning and extreme yacht perfect for the classic regatta circuit.

  • Builder: H Becker
  • Year: 1935
  • Location: Switzerland
  • Length on deck: 39'6
  • Beam: 6'9
  • Draft: 4'4
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Enquire about Mustang Yachts 45

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Designed by the well known Steve Dalzell and built by Mustang Yachts on the Isle of Wight in 1983. Strip plank wood epoxy construction sheathed in epoxy glass with Kevlar over the forward third of the boat for strength. Her second owner has recently completed an Atlantic cruise and she was refitted in 2012/13 to bring her up to spec for blue water cruising. 8 berths in 2 sleeping cabins + saloon. Comes equipped with all the extras for ocean cruising and is a well proven, fast and very good value yacht, ready to go cruising. Fast, comfortable and safe, she turns heads wherever she goes.

  • Designer: Dalzell, Steve
  • Builder: Mustang Yachts, IOW
  • Year: 1983
  • Location: France
  • Length on deck: 45'2"
  • Beam: 13'6"
  • Draft: 6'11"
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Enquire about Cheverton Crusader Sloop MkIII

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The Cheverton Crusader was drawn by David Cheverton in response to a request from a local Cowes dentist who wanted a comfortable family cruising yacht without having to purchase a large and unmanageable boat. The Crusader fitted the bill perfectly, they have 4 good length berths in the saloon and fore peak plus a separate heads compartment. The cabin offers a lot of space with ample headroom which is unusual for a boat of these dimensions. The performance was not compromised either as they are nippy little yachts and very easy to handle. This boat had a major refit in 1998 including new rigging, decks and engine.

  • Designer: Cheverton, David
  • Builder: David Cheverton, Cowes, Isle of Wight
  • Year: 1960
  • Location: S. Devon
  • Length on deck: 27'3
  • Beam: 8'2
  • Draft: 4'3
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Enquire about 42′ Bermudan Cutter

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Designed by David Alan-Williams for the present shipwright owner who built the boat for himself. The owners were looking for a comfortable, long legged and capable boat to cruise with as a couple. With an acute eye for detail and quality, there was nothing on the market that quite suited so he built his own. The construction of the hull is unlike any other cold moulded boat we have seen, she is immensely strong and well built with the capability to sail anywhere in the world. Comfortable interior with a very high quality finish to the joinery, all the usual systems and electronics, ready to cruise south this autumn.

  • Designer: David Alan-Williams
  • Builder: Tony Williams, Wadebridge, Cornwall
  • Year: 1994
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 42'
  • Beam: 12'
  • Draft: 6'8"
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