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This popular Jeanneau cruiser was designed with long distance cruising in mind. Equally at home on the open sea or in coastal waters, these strongly built yachts are known to be swift, seaworthy and good passage makers.
They proved themselves in 1981 when they performed particularly well in the TWOSTAR, two handed Trans Atlantic Race. Beamy and well laid out, these 40 footers have acres of space both below and above deck.
With the main sheet traveller situated across the coachroof, the large cockpit is uncluttered and has plenty of room for family or friends. The deck with non slip pa... read more
The popular bilge keel Mirage 28 makes an ideal family cruiser at a modest price. They are robust, well made and quite swift for a bilge keeled boat of their era.
Their deep, long cockpits have plenty of room, their clear side decks and uncluttered foredeck make them easy to move around and the running rigging leads aft, to make short handed sailing a breeze.
The shallow draft makes them ideal for exploring local creeks, whilst down below, they offer comfortable & surprisingly spacious accommodation for their size, with a decent galley and saloon, a separate forward cabin, berths for... read more
Designed by David Feltham and built by Cobra/Seawolf Yachts, this pretty pocket cruiser manages to pack a lot into her beamy 23ft. This is the fin keeled version which is said to be speedy, manoeuvrable and sea kindly.
This example is tidy & dry down below and with berths for four, a small galley and a private sea toilet, she presents an ideal first time buyers boat.
Well maintained, this vessel comes with the added benefit of a reconditioned engine (in 2015) and a dinghy / outboard to complete the package.
These boat details are subject to contract.
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Sleek and swift, we’re told that this pretty Trapper T30 is the fastest boat in it’s size and very hard to beat.
Used regularly for club racing, and as a family cruiser, the lines on this fin keel vessel lead aft to a generous, deep cockpit and the mainsail, new in 2017, is described as crisp.
Down below, there is a good sized saloon with cabin heating, and a roomy quarter berth tucked behind a forward facing nav station. The Yanmar diesel engine has been serviced annually by the owner, whilst the boat itself has been lifted ashore each winter at a local sailing club.
If you ar... read more
This is an excellent example of a Nicholson 32 Mk X. Highly sought after, the Mk 10 benefits from extra head height and a more comfortable accommodation lay out. This is on top of all the usual Nic 32 excellent qualities, (one of Camper Nicholsons' most successful boats). Strong, stable and fast, these blue water racer cruisers, with long encapsulated lead keels, have great seakeeping qualities. Quite often, the serious sailors yacht of choice.
This example, has been maintained to a high standard and is fitted with quality Owen sails, a fully working wind vane system, a bow thruster, a g... read more
This Holman & Pye designed Super Sovereign 35 Ketch has been under the same ownership for over 15 years. In 2017, over £20,000 was spent on a refurbishment programme.
Amongst others, the Perkins engine was professionally overhauled and fitted with a new fuel injector pump, new alternator, new engine mounts and prop shaft. A B&G Vulcan 9 chart plotter was fitted, a VHF DSC Simrad Radio, a Victron easy solar control unit and an Adverc charging system.
This example has a GRP hull and coachroof. The hull was re-epoxied in 2004 and the windows were re-sealed during the same period. The... read more
The Jaguar 23 is renowned as a solid, well performing pocket cruiser, ideal for single-handed sailing and weekend cruising in coastal waters. Surprisingly roomy down below and swift for their size, they make for a good first boat at a reasonable price.
This particular example has been enjoyed by her current owner for the last 7 years and benefits from all lines leading aft to the cockpit, a frequently used lifting keel, a modified mainsail for ease of use, a 2006 5hp Mariner outboard and a Waveline dinghy.
These boat details are subject to contract.
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The original wooden Post Boats were used to deliver mail around the Scottish coast and needed to be strong, capable and seaworthy. These modern versions, moulded in hand laid fibreglass and fitted with polished hardwood & quality fittings, still meet these requirements well. Whilst retaining their traditional look, these pretty gaff rigged sloops are easy to sail and maintain.
This example, which has been in the same family from new, appears to have been lightly used & well maintained during the course of its ownership and is in good, overall condition. The hull could do with a little po... read more
How would you like a yacht full of character that resembles a modern mini galleon? A yacht with a unique figure head on the bow, that will turn heads and give you something to talk about in the marina bar?
Well, this superb Maurice Griffiths design ticks those boxes and many more. With an easy to handle ketch rig, a large well protected centre cockpit with wheel steering, a 38hp engine and a shallow long keel with lifting centreboard, this versatile yacht can take you to many places. A holiday home by the sea, creeking / exploring right up those shallow rivers and estuaries, or even bangin... read more
The Evolution 25 designed by Julian Everitt as a small family cruiser. The hull is the same as the proven Evolution 26 quarter tonner but the 25 has the cruising top providing great accommodation/headroom. The hull makes her a rewarding and responsive boat to sail. She has the benefit of a lifting keel, giving her the ability of drying out on sandy beaches and on moorings giving her a wider berthing choice.
This vessel requires a bit of a clean and polish but she is an ideal cruiser for some family cruising and fun around the buoys or lake and estuary sailing. Equipment fitted but not fu... read more