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Enquire about McLean Gentlemans Motor Yacht

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Designed and built by Hugh McLean and Sons of Glasgow in 1935, this elegant twin engine gentlemans motor yacht has had a major refit in recent years under present ownership which has included a complete new deck, alterations and improvements to the interior, complete re-wire and hull repairs as necessary. She is completed apart from some minor joinery fit out jobs which can be completed to the new owners satisfaction. 6 berths in 3 cabins. Twin Beta 90hp diesels fitted in 2005. Nicely appointed period motor yacht with a very well documented recent refit.

  • Designer: McLean and Sons, Hugh
  • Builder: Hugh McLean and Sons
  • Year: 1935
  • Location: Wales
  • Length on deck: 48'
  • Beam: 12'1"
  • Draft: 5'
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Enquire about Converted Harbour Police Vessel

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Harbour Police vessel built with a rivetted steel hull and converted to a very comfortable cruising vessel. Full details coming soon

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Stucklen Werf, Hamburg
  • Year: 1926
  • Location: France
  • Length on deck: 55'
  • Beam: 12'7"
  • Draft: 4'8"
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Enquire about Wooden Motor Yacht

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Designed and built by Dartmouth shipwright Brian Pomeroy, launched in 2014 and hardly used with very low engine hours. Recently completed cosmetic refit bringing her up to super condition. Purposeful looking motor yacht with hints of a Scandinavian fishing boat in the design, sheltered wheelhouse, stunning saloon, large double berth and separate heads compartment. Perfect for a couple to go cruising or to explore the European canals. Vetus 42hp diesel with plenty of power. A really attractive and very practical small motor yacht in superb condition, absolutely ready to go. Brand new Simrad navigation systems with Simrad AIS VHF and Simrad autopilot

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Brian Pomeroy, Dartmouth
  • Year: 2014
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 27'
  • Beam: 10'
  • Draft: 3'
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Enquire about Fleur de Lys Motor Yacht

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Fleur de Lys motor yacht designed by Francis Jones and built by Dagless in 1966. The most common size in the Fleur de Lys range and for good reason, she is the perfect blend of size, space and capability allowing for very comfortable cruising and living without being too large. 4 sleeping cabins including 2 large double berths. Deck saloon with great all round visibility and comfortable seating. Heads with a powerful shower. Twin Perkins 6354 diesels give 8 knots cruising speed. Very comfortable and spacious cruising family home for sensible money.

  • Designer: Jones, Francis
  • Builder: Dagless
  • Year: 1966
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 52'6"
  • Beam: 15'
  • Draft: 5'
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Enquire about Grand Banks 32

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Grand Banks 32

£42500

One of the last wooden Grand Banks built, the 32' yacht was the first design from this company and gained them a reputation for sturdy well built and nicely designed yachts. Planked in mahogany on Yacal frames with teak on plywood decks. Rebuilt between 2002-2005 with a full engine rebuild and new tanks at the same time. A very comfortable and capable boat, large enough for a cruising couple to stay aboard for several weeks in comfort but small enough to make her easy to handle and not expensive to run.

  • Designer: Grand Banks
  • Builder: Grand Banks
  • Year: 1973
  • Location: Scotland
  • Length on deck: 32'2"
  • Beam: 11'6"
  • Draft: 3'8"
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Enquire about Converted Tug Boat

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Built as a steam tug in Holland in 1915 she worked as a tug boat until 1974. Now she is a very comfortable and well presented private yacht that has been cruising the European canals for several years. Equally at home on canals or coastal waters. Scania 200hp diesel. 2 double berths in 2 cabins. 2 heads compartments. A great looking boat in sound condition with a rich and well documented history.

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: 't huis de Merwede, Holland
  • Year: 1915
  • Location: Holland
  • Length on deck: 49'
  • Beam: 11'
  • Draft: 4'6"
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Enquire about Silvers twin screw motor yacht

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Twin screw motor yacht designed by John Bain and built by Silvers in 1936. Pine planking on oak frames. Twin 27hp diesels installed new in 2014 with only 20 hours running time. 6 berths in forward cabin, saloon and owners aft cabin. Lots of original interior joinery and paneling throughout. Two heads with a separate shower compartment with hot and cold pressurised water. Shore power, generator and inverter make for comfortable living aboard. A well cared for and nicely presented yacht with good pedigree in ready to go condition.

  • Designer: Bain, John
  • Builder: Silvers of Rosneath
  • Year: 1936
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 38'
  • Beam: 9'9"
  • Draft: 3'6"
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Enquire about 36′ Seaborne Marine motor yacht

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Designed by John Bain and built by Seaborne Marine in 1968. New twin Beta Marine 43hp diesels fitted in 2005 with only 200hrs running. New teak on plywood deck fitted around 2009. 5 berths in 2 sleeping cabins with comfortable saloon and wheelhouse. Current ownership for over 20 years. Cosmetic maintenance has been neglected in last couple of years so she is starting to look a bit untidy but is otherwise fairly sound. Appreciative new owner more important than achieving a top sale price hence the very sensible asking price.

  • Designer: Bain, John
  • Builder: Seaborne Marine
  • Year: 1968
  • Location: Wales
  • Length on deck: 36'
  • Beam: 10'
  • Draft: 3'6"
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Enquire about Admiralty Pinnace

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Admiralty pinnace believed to have been a tender to HMS Warpsite, the Grand Old Lady of the Royal Navy in her day. Thought to have been converted to a yacht around 1967. Teak on ply decks with a large wheelhouse and fore and aft coachroof to give very comfortable accommodation. 2 sleeping cabins with a large double berth forward and twin singles aft. Newly fitted out heads, shower and galley. Twin Ford Sabre 120hp diesels with large fuel capacity. Capable sea going yacht in apparently sound condition but needing cosmetic improvement

  • Designer: Admiralty
  • Builder: Admiralty
  • Year: 1930's
  • Location: London
  • Length on deck: 44'
  • Beam: 11'
  • Draft: 5'5"
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Enquire about MFV project

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MFV project

£5000

Large MFV built by Herd and Mackenzie in 1960 as a Seine Netter. Converted at some stage in the past with the idea of doing charter work. Recently abandoned and seized by the harbour authority, she is now being offered for sale on the understanding she is removed as soon as possible. Gardner 8LXB diesel recently submerged and now seized. This is a large scale project that is not for the faint hearted or inexperienced, she will require considerable investment of time and money to get her seaworthy once again, but there are very few of these larger MFV's left so is a good project for someone looking for this kind of boat.

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Herd and Mackenzie
  • Year: 1960
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 73'
  • Beam: 20'
  • Draft: 10'
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