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1979 Colvic 32 £18,950
1979 Colvic 32 This strongly built and well designed Colvic Motor Sailer provides a practical, seaworthy and most comfortable live aboard. The Colvic hull, cutter rig and 56HP BMC Commander engine provide good passage making abilities under sail or power. The covered wheelhouse gives protection from the elements with good visibility all round. The shallow long keel with protected propeller & bilge keels allow her to sit on tidal mooring safely and comfortably. The accommodation is well laid out for living ... read more
1985 Saltram Saga 31 Bought as a part of a retirement plan for some serious ocean travelling, this classic go anywhere cruising yacht is now up for sale. Designed by Alan Pape, with an aim of seaworthiness, passage making and long distance cruising in mind, he took ideas from Colin Archers wooden lifeboat designs, which have been said to be amongst the most seaworthy small boats ever built and developed them using modern ideas and materials. This produced strong, elegant cruising yachts that not only maintained th... read more
1981 Seamaster 925 Designed by the great Holman and Pye, these sleek and solidly built yachts are excellent sea boats. The Seamaster 925 is a well rounded yacht, ahead of it's time and good value for money. It has surprisingly roomy accommodation with good headroom and offers berths for 6 or 7 at a push. During the summer of 2019, this particular example has had a hull scrub, anti-foul and new anodes, the 2005 Diesel 19hp Volvo Penta engine has been serviced (the heat exchanger stripped, cleaned & new seals fitte... read more
1972 Albin Ballad The Rolf Magnusson Albin Ballad stands out as one of the best cruiser / racers built in the seventies. These slim, fast vessels have stood the test of time well and are still very popular as sporty family cruisers today. This example benefits from a 13.5 hp Beta engine fitted in 2002, a new heads, battery & gas regulator fitted in 2019 and new standing rigging in 2014, which included a new Falcon furling system. The lines lead aft to enable short or single handed sailing and she is fitted with ... read more
1975 Golden Shamrock 1/2 Tonner Under the same ownership for many years, this fine Irish built racing yacht has been lovingly sailed, upgraded and maintained. She has a very practical, shipshape and 'well looked after' feel to her. Both the standing & running rigging were professionally renewed in the summer of 2019, new LED nav & cabin lights were fitted along with new nav equipment and new blocks & deck gear amongst others. The indomitable Yanmar 1 GM 10 has been serviced, fitted with a new plastic fuel tank and all three... read more
1953 Dragon 29 £2,500
1953 Dragon 29 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 ... read more
2010 Beneteau First 35 Built on the success of its predecessors, the Beneteau First 35 offers great sailing performance combined with modern, spacious and well thought out accommodation. Ideal for racing or as a fast family cruiser. Under the current ownership (only two owners from new), this vessel has been sailed regularly and well maintained / updated whenever required. She comes with a good sail wardrobe, including a 2018 carbon polyester racing main. There are new bearings fitted on the steering, there is a G... read more
1987 Sadler 34 SE The Sadler 34 is almost legendary as a fast, seaworthy inshore or offshore cruising yacht (at least one has been known to circumnavigate the globe). The hull is double skinned with a rigid polyurethane foam between an inner and outer moulding, which I ve read, renders it virtually unsinkable. It also keeps it well insulated against heat, cold & sound. About 250 were built during a fourteen year production run. Highly sought after for their design, handling and construction, this example has th... read more
1998 Malo 36 £110,000
1998 Malo 36 The build quality of this Malo 36 speaks for itself. This Swedish crafted sailing cruiser is more than capable of handling the Northern seas and further afield in safety, comfort and style. Pleasing to the eye, she feels and looks bigger than her 36 foot. The side decks are wide, easy to move around and the teak finish is kind and warm underfoot. The deep, spacious cockpit with solid spray screen feels safe and offers protection from the elements. The position of the main sheet traveller kee... read more
1977 Carter 33 £17,500
1977 Carter 33 The Carter 33 has a good reputation for seakeeping, speed and comfort. It was one of Dick Carter s most popular designs and over 200 were built. This example has been well maintained and much improved by the current owners. They have carried out plenty of regular sailing and the only reason for selling is to upsize for adventures further afield. New standing rigging was fitted in 2015, new running rigging in 2017 and the modern Beta engine was refurbished in 2019. The lines lead aft to the c... read more
1962 Holliwell Class Sailing Yacht We're looking for a new owner for this beautifully restored, traditional wooden sailing boat. The present owner of this lovely little yacht has many years of experience and knowledge of working with historical, wooden sailing craft of all sizes. This shows clearly in his attention to detail. Purchased in 2009 as a retirement project, he has applied these skills tirelessly over the last 7 years to repair, restore and bring this vessel up to a very high standard indeed. She has been completel... read more
1981 Westerly Konsort 29 It s easy to see why the Westerly Konsort is such a popular boat. Over 700 were made over a 12 year period and, with a very loyal following, many of their owners have never chosen to swap them for anything else. The owner of this example has carried out extensive repairs and upgrades making it the smartest Konsort that I have seen. The owners reason for sale is a return to the speed of power for his love of fishing. Seaworthy and able to cope with heavy weather, the spacious and uncluttered c... read more
1981 Moody 29 £14,750
1981 Moody 29 A strong and well built British Yacht that has a good reputation. Known to be capable, easy to sail and seaworthy, the Moody 29's are proven to be a good all rounder for either single handed sailing or full family cruising. They are remarkably spacious for their length with a good sized cockpit and well thought out accommodation layout down below. The accommodation on this example is clean & tidy. The huge dual size saloon table folds neatly away against the forward bulkhead whilst the saloon be... read more
1982 Moody 29 £15,999
1982 Moody 29 A strong and well built British Yacht that has a good reputation. Known to be capable, easy to sail and seaworthy, the Moody 29's are proven to be a good all rounder for either single handed sailing or full family onboard. They are remarkably spacious for their length with a good sized cockpit and well thought out accommodation down below. The accommodation on this example is clean, tidy and dry. The huge dual size saloon table folds neatly away against the forward bulkhead whilst the saloo... read more
1969 Contessa 26 Who fancies owning and bringing a classic, well proven and pretty little racer cruiser back to her former glory? When Jeremy Rogers and David Sadler got their heads together and organised the building of the GRP Contessa 26, they produced a classic small racer/cruiser capable of sailing inshore, offshore or across the oceans and around the globe. Although this example has sat safely on a yard unused for a considerable time and is in need of some t.l.c. and updating to get her back on the water,... read more
1980 Cobra 700 £8,500
1980 Cobra 700 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 dingy / outboard to comple... read more
1994 Hunter Ranger 265 This is a great example of the popular family cruiser, the Hunter Ranger 265. This example has had many improvements and upgrades during its last two years of ownership. There are a new set of sails, new sprayhood, stack pack, lazyjacks, new running rigging along with a new VHF DSC radio, Chartplotter and new Kenwood stereo & speakers. The water system has been updated with new piping and water tank whilst the engine has had the top end refurbished during 2019. Spacious enough inside to accommo... read more
1980 Macwester Seaforth This substantial ketch rigged motor sailer, a Macwester Seaforth 36, has carried out lots of family sailing during its last 10 years of ownership. With the children having now flown the nest, the owner has decided to downsize. Sturdy & seaworthy, this yacht offers good protection from the elements as well as comfort. The wheelhouse and accommodation both have excellent head room, are well equipped and appear to be in good condition throughout. Clean, tidy & spacious down below, there is the add... read more
1980 Westerly GK29 Sporty, spacious and good value for money, Westerly made over 180 of these popular fast family racer/cruisers. Not only are their sleek lines easy on the eye but these yachts are a pleasure to sail when relaxing or racing. They have quite a high freeboard and are surprisingly spacious with 6ft head room. The cockpit will easily seat four or more people, the wide side decks and large foredeck are easy to move around, the lines lead aft for easy short handed sailing and there is also a spacious,... read more
1981 Beneteau First 35 This Beneteau First 35, a successful cruiser racer, has a 'ready for action' feel about it. The owner sails regularly in the summer and has brought the vessel ashore each winter for maintenance during his 18 year ownership. He has accrued a large sail wardrobe, replaced the running rigging in 2018 and replaced the long lasting Dyform standing rigging in 2007. Lines lead aft to a large cockpit, there are acres of deck space and the sheet winches are self tailing. Down below there are berths gal... read more
1956 South Coast One Design 26 Rescued and restored over the last two years, this South Coast One Design Yacht is neat, tidy and dry. The inside has been completely repainted. The woodwork has been taken right back, the windows have all been replaced, the decks have been sheathed and finished with green non slip, and all in all, she's a little home from home and looking pretty. Designed to be a seaworthy, fast yacht with good cruising accommodation at an affordable price for all, these vessels were very successful in their ... read more
1979 Rossiter Yachts Pintail The Rossiter Pintail is not just a classy, pretty looking yacht, it is also very capable and comfortable. The long centre ballast keel is lead filled and fully encapsulated offering great stability at sea. Combine this with twin bilge keels and this vessel is just as much at home in shallow creeks and estuaries as on the open water. The cockpit has high combings offering safety and protection from the weather. The forward deck is uncluttered, easy to move around and is fitted with a manual Simps... read more
1982 Jaguar 23 £4,990
1982 Jaguar 23 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 Wave... read more
1976 Motor Sailer 25 What a great little family motor sailer for weekend, coastal, estuary or river sailing. She would also be good for fishing trips with friends. With a well thought out design and a quality build in Sweden, there seems to be loads of space and lots going on for this practical 25 footer. The centre cockpit has plenty of seating, safe high cockpit combings, gives access to fore & aft cabins and has a full enclosure when needed to keep you dry. This cover can be packed away, as can the cover for the ... read more
1987 Westerly Falcon 34 The Westerly Falcon, like her sister vessel the Westerly Seahawk, was designed with long distance and luxury in mind. With improved performance and acres of room, it is ideal for long term family sailing and living aboard. This example has the reefing lines leading aft to a deep, safe cockpit. The helm position has the benefit of wheel steering, auto helm, a large chart plotter and steering compass. The decks are easy to move around, this example has a useful A frame added at the stern for mo... read more
1966 Macwester 26 Solid, strong and seaworthy, the MacWester 26 has a good following. Designed and built to a very strong spec, these boats are all but indestructible. Popular with new and experienced mariners alike, these built to last coastal cruisers will keep you safe and sheltered with their high cockpits sides. Whilst the shoal draft will allow you to explore shallow waters, creeks, drying harbours & even sandy beaches, the combination of bilge keel and long skeg will give you the ability to take the gro... read more
1983 Contessa 34 £23,500
1983 Contessa 34 It s easy to see why this strong, seaworthy, spacious, Contessa 34 hasn t exchanged ownership much in her lifetime. Built on the same successful hull moulding as the OOD 34, this fast family cruiser with graceful lines has a longer cast iron keel, extra ballast and a skeg hung rudder giving extra stiffness and stability for tackling challenging conditions and making her a good all round passage maker. Purchased as a boat show model at the 1983 London Boat Show, she was proudly sailed home to P... read more
2006 Beneteau Oceanis 393 Clipper Designed as a fast passage maker and comfortable cruiser, this beautiful yacht is ideal for long term family cruising and comfortable living. This is the triple cabin version with acres of space. The set up is user / sail friendly. Single point reefing enables the first two reefs to be put in from the large cockpit. The main sheet is situated forwards of the companionway keeping the cockpit uncluttered and easy to move around whilst all the winches are self tailing, including one electric halya... read more
1985 Hunter Delta 25 A popular medium sized cruiser with a good turn of speed, this example has been in the same ownership since 1992 and is a regular race winner locally. Nicely presented with an extensive range of sails & 2013 standing rigging, this vessel feels spacious, clean and dry down below. The lines lead aft to enable single handed sailing if required. The hull was scrubbed, stripped and re-epoxied in 2015 whilst the 8hp Yamaha engine was serviced over the 2018 / 2019 winter period. Relaunched and ready... read more
1984 Sadler 29 £14,750
1984 Sadler 29 With almost 400 built, the Sadler 29 proved to be one of the most popular family cruisers of the Sadler range. It's easy to see why with an easy to manage size, the good standing room, convertible dinette, separate heads and hanging locker. It's always good to err on the side of saftey at sea and I think the reputed unsinkable hull of these Sadlers can only be a good thing. The bilge keels also help take the stress out of sailing when exploring estuaries and shallow waters with lively families... read more
1985 Westerly Merlin 28 Designed by Ed Dubois and built to have the edge over the popular Konsorts, both in performance and accommodation layout, the Westerly Merlin, although slightly smaller in length and beam, has a modern feel to it, looks good and is practical too. This fin keeled example has all the control lines leading aft to a deep and generous cockpit, the non slip deck is easy to move around and the sail cover and spray hood have been recently renewed. The accommodation benefits from both a fore and aft cab... read more


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