All Dragon Sailing Yachts for sale in the UK
These beautiful, fast and classical keel boats are timeless. Just take a look at the British Dragon Association website. Originally designed in Norway and first built in 1928, the Dragon became an Olympic class back in 1948 and today there are over 1400 boats racing worldwide. This Dragon has been rescued and lovingly restored over the last few yeas by a professional boat builder locally here in Plymouth. He has now reluctantly decided to sell her due to other commitments but would like to see her taken on by an equally enthusiastic sailor. For a budding traditionalist who likes speed... read more
|Location:||Plymouth, Devon, UK (by appointment only) Devon UK|
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
The International Dragon One-Design needs little introduction as one of the most successful racing designs of the twentieth century.
The Norwegian design, by Johann Anker dates from 1929. In 1948 the Dragon was accepted as an Olympic class and the rest, as they say, is history. The Dragon Class has since been established throughout Europe and is still a competitively raced class.
DRAGONFLY – Dragon number GBR 453, SSR 15100 Part Three registered is one of the later Borresen built boats which are noted for their speed and craftsmanship build.
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|Length:|| 29' 2"|
|Price:|| £6,500 Tax Exempt|
LOA: 29.17ft / BEAM: 6.42ft / DRAFT: 3.92ft /DISP: 3740 lb
Built by Petticrow, Ideal Day Boat, Sail No. 590, White deck, White hull,
Trailer. Boat covered in the winter.
CURRENT LOCATION: Partington Marine - Hardstanding... read more
|Length:|| 29' 17"|
|Location:||Partington Marine, Pwllheli Gwynedd UK|
|Price:|| £7,500 Inc. Tax|
The International Dragon has to be one of the most iconic classic sailing yachts ever designed. "Fenrir" is a great example that could be raced or would make a superb dayboat. One thing is certain, she will draw envious glances wherever she goes! She is currently lying under cover in a barn near Itchenor. She has an excellent survey dated August 2017 - see Surveyor's Comments in the details.
LOA: 8.9 metres
LWL: 5.79 metres
Beam: 1.95 metres
Draft: 1.2 metres
Displacement: 1.7 Tons
Hull is constructed of 15mm close-seamed carvel mahogany planking on steam-bent oak fra... read more
|Location:||Itchenor, West Sussex West Sussex UK|