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Enquire about Laurent Giles Rambler Class

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SOLD

The Rambler is essentially a larger version of the Wanderer Class and was designed for Humphrey Barton after his trans-Atlantic in Vertue 35. Planked in teak and varnished from new, she has a very large cockpit which is great for sailing with a group. Spacious interior with enormous headroom and 4 good size berths, she feels like a much bigger boat down below. Well cared for and upgraded, she is a solid and very comfortable family cruising boat.

  • Designer: Giles, Laurent
  • Builder: B.P Miles
  • Year: 1963
  • Location: Isle of Wight
  • Length on deck: 33'2''
  • Beam: 9'8''
  • Draft: 5'5''
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Enquire about Norman Dallimore Bermudan Sloop

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Designed by Norman Dallimore and built by Kings of Burnham in 1934. Very elegant and beautiful yacht that has retained her shape. Major refit by current owner in 2000 with a new deck and interior amongst other jobs. 5 berths with a spacious cockpit, easily handled by one person if necessary. In commission this season but needing some upgrades this coming winter.

  • Designer: Norman Dallimore
  • Builder: Kings of burnham
  • Year: 1934
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 36'
  • Beam: 8'2"
  • Draft: 5'5"
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Enquire about Hillyard 12 ton sloop

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12 ton centre cockpit Hillyard built in 1963. Usual Hillyard design with large aft cabin, centre cockpit, large saloon and fore cabin. 6 berths including very large double in the aft cabin. Recent professional refit after a 2018 survey, details of which are available. Now in smart and solid condition ready to launch.

  • Designer: Hillyard, David
  • Builder: Hillyards
  • Year: 1963
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 36'
  • Beam: 9'10"
  • Draft: 4'10"
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Enquire about Norman Dallimore Gaff Cutter

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REDUCED

Designed by Norman Dallimore and built by Kings in 1924. Professionally rebuilt in 2015 with a counter stern added in 2018. All major works done including new stem, keel bolts, refitted interior, new spars, sails and rigging. A very unusual yacht with beautiful lines and nice pedigree, now in superb condition after a thorough rebuild.

  • Designer: Norman E. Dallimore
  • Builder: W. King and Son
  • Year: 1924
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 33'6"
  • Beam: 8'1"
  • Draft: 5'6"
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Enquire about Cheoy Lee Laurent Giles Vertue

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NEW

One of 15 Vertues built by Cheoy Lee in Hong Kong to the famous Laurent Giles design, sought after for their teak hulls. 4 single berths, heads and galley. Yanmar 1GM diesel overhauled in 2020. Good sails including a new mainsail in 2019. A capable classic boat, easily handled and with a well documented history.

  • Designer: Laurent Giles
  • Builder: Cheoy Lee Shipyard
  • Year: 1963
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 25'3"
  • Beam: 7'5"
  • Draft: 4'9"
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Enquire about Itchen Ferry Gaff Cutter

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Gaff cutter built by Hayles of Cowes in 1898 as a gentlemans yacht on the lines of the Itchen Ferry work boats. Professionally rebuilt and more recently refitted and upgraded so that she is now in superb condition inside and out. Beta marine diesel, new sails and rigging. Clean 2020 survey available. 3 berths with good internal space for her length due to the generous beam, heads and galley. Well equipped and ready to go, it would be hard to find a smarter and better kept gaffer.

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Hayles, Isle of Wight
  • Year: 1898
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 22'6"
  • Beam: 8'6"
  • Draft: 4'6"
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Enquire about Laurent Giles Vertue V45

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NEW

Ice Bird was Vertue No.45, built for Dr Joe Cunningham to serve as his mobile base in remote areas of New Foundland, providing medical services to the local community. This he did in the boat after sailing across the Atlantic via the Caribbean and the eastern USA. Her design differs slightly from the standard Vertue with an altered coachroof, slightly higher topsides and a 2 spreader cutter rig. Recently updated with some new sails and all new rigging in 2021. 2 berths with 6'3" headroom. Volvo MD7A 13hp diesel engine. A yacht rich in pedigree in history kept in smart and sound condition.

  • Designer: Laurent Giles
  • Builder: Aero Marine Ltd
  • Year: 1952
  • Location: Scotland
  • Length on deck: 26'
  • Beam: 7'3"
  • Draft: 4'6"
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Enquire about Fred Parker Motor Sailer

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NEW

Designed by Fred Parker and built by the Sandbanks Yacht Company in 1948 as a comfortable coastal cruising boat. She is in effect a motor sailer but has a decent size rig and acceptable sailing performance. In current ownership since 2013, she has had a lot of professional refit work carried out including a complete new foredeck and many new planks. 2004 33hp Vetus diesel is in nice condition. 3 berths in simple accommodation. Her large aft cockpit is a lovely feature with easy access in and out of the accommodation. A pretty and practical yacht with a good maintenance history.

  • Designer: Fred Parker
  • Builder: Sandbanks Yacht Company
  • Year: 1948
  • Location: Wales
  • Length on deck: 30'6"
  • Beam: 9'1"
  • Draft: 3'6"
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Enquire about Yachting World Diamond Class

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The Yachting World Diamond Class was designed by Jack Holt as a competitive one design keel boat. This is the first example built using GRP, a new and exciting material at the time. Total professional rebuild in 2013/2014 where the hull was totally rebuilt, new rig and all new fittings and fixings. She comes with a custom made SBS road trailer and at only 1.5 tons can be towed behind a normal vehicle. Exciting and competitive sailing at a very reasonable cost.

  • Designer: Holt, Jack
  • Builder: Bristol Aircraft Plastics
  • Year: 1960
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 30'2"
  • Beam: 6'11"
  • Draft: 4'4"
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Enquire about Holman Sterling Bermudan Sloop

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NEW

This is the last of nineteen Sterlings built to Kim Holman's design, they are regarded as excellent cruising boats with good performance while still being easily handled and very capable. New rig inlcuding spars, rigging and sails first used in 2018. Yanmar 1GM engine rebuilt in 2019. Uprqaded interior with new stove and upholstery. 4 berths including a large 'harbour' double in the saloon. Nice example in fine fettle, priced to sell. "018 survey with full list of work done since that time.

  • Designer: Holman, Kim
  • Builder: Upham's Yard, Brixham
  • Year: 1965
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 28'
  • Beam: 8'6
  • Draft: 4'9
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Enquire about Morecambe Bay Prawner

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NEW

Morecambe Bay Prawner built as a fishing boat and converted to a yacht later in life. She underwent a major refit in a previous ownership with a new deck and coachroof in 2006, complete re-fastening of the hull in 2008 plus new mast and rigging in 2011. not used much in recent years, she does need a gentle refit but appears to be structurally sound and dry. Spacious interior given the dimensions of the yacht. No engine fitted, she has a modern outboard that fits to the port quarter.

  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Crossfields of Arnside
  • Year: 1936
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 29'6"
  • Beam: 9'9"
  • Draft: 3'6"
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Enquire about BB17 Keelboat

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BB17 Keelboat

10500

The BB17 was a Norwegian designed and built day boat used for class racing. Elegant lines with an open cockpit and enough space below for 2 berths, they were popular boats with large fleets. This example has been converted to a junk rig, all professionally designed and fitted, to create a rather different and interesting yacht. The junk rig has distinct advantages and is very highly regarded by many. This concept allows for a simple rig that is easily handled and still gives excellent performance. The mast can be lowered very easily and the new cover goes over the complete boat and mast when it is lowered. Sitting on a brand new road trailer.

  • Designer: Borge Bringsvaerde
  • Year: 1965
  • Location: Germany
  • Length on deck: 24'
  • Beam: 6'9"
  • Draft: 3'6"
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