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Enquire about Ebbtide Bermudan Cutter

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This yacht was built in steel to the Alan Pape Ebbtide design and launched in 1994. She was built with a counter which extends her length and gives her much prettier lines. Very spacious yacht for her length with a generous beam, lots of headroom a double forward cabin, settee berths and a large quarter berth. Perkins 34hp diesel with calorifier. Major works in present ownership including new rigging and hull repairs. A very solid and capable yacht but now in need of some remedial work.

  • Designer: Pape, Alan
  • Builder: Heritage Boatyard, Kidderminster.
  • Year: 1994
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 34'6"
  • Beam: 10'5"
  • Draft: 5'8"
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Enquire about 9 ton Hillyard cutter

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9 ton Hillyard built in 1955. Converted to a bermudan cutter with a bowsprit and roller furling jib. 4 berths including a large double in the aft cabin and 2 saloon settee berths. Beta diesel fitted new in 2008. New standing rigging fitted 2008. She appears to be a solid yacht but needs some cosmetic attention. Full list of equipment and electronics aboard. Perfect small cruising boat, very safe and comfortable. Now berthed in Dartmouth, Devon.

  • Designer: Hillyard, David
  • Builder: Hillyards of Littlehampton
  • Year: 1955
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 32'6"
  • Beam: 8'6"
  • Draft: 4'6"
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Enquire about Hillyard 9 ton

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9 ton Centre cockpit Hillyard built in 1960. Bought by the present owner in 2006, totally refitted in that time with new keel bolts, hull repairs, all new electronics and systems, then in 2015 she had a new engine, rigging, chain plates, toe rails and rubbing strakes. Full list of work done available on request plus 2016 survey. One of the best equipped and and maintained 9 tonners on the market. 6 berths, Nanni 50hp diesel and full inventory. Open to offers

  • Designer: Hillyard, David
  • Builder: Hillyards
  • Year: 1960
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 32'
  • Beam: 8'
  • Draft: 4'6"
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Enquire about Laurent Giles 38

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Built in 1981 by a Cornish boat builder on the lines of the much acclaimed Laurent Giles 38. Immensely strong hull built of Iroko strip plank with closely spaced steamed timbers, she will survive any weather in comfort and style. Recent thorough refit including all cosmetics, new seacocks, professional engine service, new running rigging, professional rig check and other jobs. She is the ideal short handed or family cruising yacht with a bermudan cutter rig, comfortable cockpit, and a nicely appointed interior. A very well equipped yacht with everything needed for extended cruising, in sound and solid condition

  • Designer: Giles, Laurent
  • Year: 1981
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 38'
  • Beam: 11'2"
  • Draft: 5'6"
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Enquire about Laurent Giles Peter Duck ketch

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A very fine example of the Peter Duck ketch, a popular easily handled cruising boat from the design office of Laurent Giles. Well known as very comfortable boats with huge volume, easily handled with the split rig and ideal for a couple to cruise in comfort. Major refit in about 2003 with a new modern engine, new sails and rigging, new electronics and so on. In present ownership since 2004, thoroughly maintained with keel bolts checked, recent survey and used every summer on extended cruises around the UK and France. Iroko on oak hull, Beta 37.5hp diesel, very large inventory with everything needed for cruising. NEW VIDEO

  • Designer: Giles, Laurent
  • Builder: Porter and Haylett
  • Year: 1969
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 28'6"
  • Beam: 9'
  • Draft: 4'3"
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Enquire about Laurent Giles Vertue

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Vertue No.6 built by Harry Kimber in 1939 to the original design with a low coachroof and lower topsides than the more well known Vertue of later years. Major rebuild in the last year including complete new bottom end and thorough cosmetic refit. Now in very smart and sound condition, an excellent example of the early boats which are incredibly pretty and still have the superb sailing characteristics which Vertues are known for.

  • Designer: Giles, Laurent
  • Builder: Harry Kimber
  • Year: 1939
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 25'3"
  • Beam: 7'2"
  • Draft: 4'6"
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Enquire about Luke Powell Gaff Cutter

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Luke Powell Gaff Cutter Afloat

Lizzie May was the second of Luke Powells boats he designed and built, following on from Eve. Bigger, faster and more elegant, this second boat was a different beast entirely and proved herself as a fast and weatherly vessel, easily managed by 2 experienced crew and with superb lines. Planked in Larch, all bronze screw fastened. 8 berths in total, 2012 Vetus 42hp diesel. Commercial code ticket until recently, could be easily reinstated. A fine looking vessel,easily handled and ready to go, in good sound condition, requiring only a little paint and varnish at present. NEW VIDEO

  • Designer: Powell, Luke
  • Builder: Working Sail
  • Year: 1999
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 42'
  • Beam: 12'6"
  • Draft: 6'7"
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Enquire about Berthon Motor Sailer

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Designed by Port Hamble Ltd and built by Berthon, she was very much designed as a comfortable family cruising boat with a decent rig to give creditable sailing performance but also a larger than normal engine so she will push into the weather to get home under power. Complete new rig including spars and sails in 2009. 4 berths including a separate aft cabin with 2 single berths. Comfortable, smart and very well maintained yacht.

  • Designer: Port Hamble Ltd
  • Builder: Berthon Boat Co.
  • Year: 1968
  • Location: N. Ireland
  • Length on deck: 32'
  • Beam: 10'6"
  • Draft: 4'3"
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Enquire about Windermere 19

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Windermere 19

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The last remaining Windermere 19 of only 6 built originally. Built on Lake Windermere in 1928, she raced until 1934 when the class was abandoned. Sold by Wooden Ships to the present owner in 2005, she had a major rebuild which included lots of structural work to the hull, a new deck and complete new rig. Now rigged as a bermudan sloop on Collars spruce spars. Outboard engine on a side bracket when required. A beautiful looking boat with superb performance in very nice condition. Complete with a road trailer and all over cover.

  • Designer: Crossley, Percy
  • Builder: Shepherds, Windermere
  • Year: 1928
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 30
  • Beam: 7'
  • Draft: 4'
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Enquire about Holman Rummer Yawl

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One of only a small number of yachts built to this interesting Kim Holman design. She was fairly innovative and forward thinking for her time with a generous beam, shallow draft and low aspect rig, she was surprisingly fast and competed well against well known racing designs of the day. This yacht has been in a long and careful ownership with regular maintenance and care. Planked in Teak and Pitch Pine with a teak on ply deck. Yanmar diesel and manageable yawl rig. A fine pedigree yacht in lovely condition

  • Designer: Holman, Kim
  • Builder: Whisstocks of Woodbridge
  • Year: 1959
  • Location: Scotland
  • Length on deck: 35'
  • Beam: 9'6"
  • Draft: 4'9"
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Enquire about Folkboat

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Folkboat

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A very smart example of an English built carvel Folkboat, built in 1964 in Cowes. Major refit in present ownership started in 2011 with lots of structural and cosmetic work carried out. Brazilian mahogany on oak frames, sheathed plywood deck. Vetus 10hp twin cylinder diesel. Keel stepped alloy mast. 2 berths with sitting headroom as is normal in the Folkboats. A very pretty and attractive yacht in sparkling condition, currently afloat and ready to sail.

  • Designer: Sunden, Tord
  • Builder: Medina Yard, Cowes
  • Year: 1964
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 25'6"
  • Beam: 7'3"
  • Draft: 3'10"
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Enquire about Converted Baltimore Class Lifeboat

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Launched as a Baltimore Class Lifeboat in 1921, she served in Wick and then Amble until 1952 in which time she saved 98 lives. Bought by the present owner in 1965, converted to her present arrangement in a major refit completed in 1970. She has a very large and safe cockpit with a gaff ketch rig, Perkins 100hp diesel giving 10 knots and a comfortable interior with 7 berths including a separate double owners cabin. A very unusual boat and although not fast, she is a very safe, reliable and stable platform with masses of space on deck and down below. Reduced for a quick sale due to health problems.

  • Designer: RNLI
  • Builder: S.E. Saunders
  • Year: 1921
  • Location: Suffolk
  • Length on deck: 45'
  • Beam: 12'6"
  • Draft: 3'6"
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