NYB Newcastle
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2000 Kvase 1350 £115,000
2000 Kvase 1350 Remarks : Rare opportunity to purchase a genuine blue water cruiser. This go anywhere, steel hulled cruising yacht has just returned from adventures in the northern hemisphere and has sailed to Murmansk, Svalbard, Greenland, Iceland, The Faroes, Heligoland, Denmark and the Shetlands to name but a few. She is now looking for new owners to enjoy new adventures with. Built in 2000 in Holland by Brovo Scheepsbouw to a Colin Archer design modified for steel construction by Yacht Architect Kees P. K... read more
1966 Invicta 26 £5,995
1966 Invicta 26 Remarks : Seen by many as a modern classic, the Invicta 26 was introduced to the great British yachting public as an alternative to the Folkboat. Whilst the Folkboat was predominately built from wood the Invicta 26 was built in the then, little known GRP. The boat was the brain child of the world renowned E.G. Van de Stadt who embraced the new moulding techniques of the time. This particular model was built by the Tyler Boat Co. of Tonbridge in 1966, and fitted out by William King of Burnham-on... read more
1975 Fisher 30 £27,500
1975 Fisher 30 Remarks : The Fisher 30 was born from a design by naval architects David Freeman and Gordon Wyatt who were "seeking a motor sailor that could perform well both under sail or motor". their design produced what was called the Freeward 30 which they tried to market to established boat builders to convince them to take it on as a brand. This met with little success and a chance meeting with an equally frustrated David Skelton, a gentleman who wanted to become a yacht distributor, they decided ... read more
1983 Halmatic 30 MkII Remarks : The Halmatic 30 is a sturdy, seaworthy cruising yacht with heavy displacement ballast keel. She is more than capable of handling the weather and sea conditions prevalent to our UK coastline. With her large deep cockpit, wide side decks, she is easy to get around. She is easily handled as a sole yachtsman and has a roller reefing genoa and a lazy bag mounted, slab reefing main. Below decks she can sleep 5 persons with ease. Decent galley with gas oven and a fridge that can become a fre... read more
2009 Beneteau Oceanis 34 Remarks : Excellent example of the ever popular Beneteau Oceanis 34. This is the two cabin version featuring the "owners" double berthed cabin to the rear and the guest cabin with full length double V-berth forward. Large companionable cockpit with bespoke cockpit cushions and fold away binnacle mounted cockpit table. This vessel benefits from the full cockpit enclosure which acts as another living area and is ideal on those bright winter days. This is the standard draft version giving a depth... read more
1984 1400 Motorsailor Remarks : Unique opportunity to purchase blue water, ocean capable passage maker. To commission this yacht today with the level of fit out and level of equipment would cost more than a million pounds. This ready to go motorsailer is available at a fraction of that cost and is ready to share adventures with her new owners. Built and equipped for spending extended self-sufficient periods afloat, this is the ideal platform from which to explore. The level of accommodation would also be ideal as... read more
1980 Westerly Konsort Remarks : The Konsort was the swansong design of the very successful yacht designer Laurent Giles. She was in production from 1979 until 1993 which is a testament to her desirability and design. Introduced to plug the gap between the 26 and 31 footers she was an instant hit thanks to her "Centauresque" lines and generous beam. While she lacks speed in light airs she makes up for it in a blow and can carry full sail beyond a force 4. Deep safe cockpit, reliable Bukh diesel, proper chart table, ... read more
2002 Gib'Sea 33 £38,500
2002 Gib'Sea 33 Remarks : The Gib'Sea 33 is a spacious cruising yacht built by Dufour Yachts in 2002 to a J&J Design/Olivier Poncin design. Gib'Sea were famous for their open, bright interiors and easy sailing characteristics. "Fang" is no exception and is offered to the market in a clean and well-maintained condition. The underwater areas have been antifouled, the topsides polished and anodes changed in May 2019. The well-maintained engine has completed 1331 hours and has just been serviced in June 2019. Be... read more
1998 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 24.2 Remarks : Excellent daysailor/weekender from the Jeanneau stable. Easy boat to sail that will appeal to experienced or novice yachtsmen and women. Spacious cockpit with tiller steering and locker storage. Lifting keel allows the more shallow areas of our wonderful coastline to be explored. Makes it easier to tow as well. Tardis like accommodation with double berth to rear, galley with 2-burner hob and sink, heads with chemical toilet and horseshoe seating area which will convert to a large dou... read more
1984 Hunter Horizon 26 Remarks : The Hunter Horizon 26 was built between 1984 and 1988 to a David Thomas design. David had been involved with Hunter since 1975 who brought us the very successful Sonata, Impala and Medina designs. In an effort to bring more cruiser orientated yachts to the market the Horizon range was introduced. The majority of the Horizon 26 models were bilge keeled but the odd fin is available. "Slipaway" is a bilge keeled version and has had a modicum of success at club level. She is fairly fast ... read more
1973 Contessa 32 £19,995
1973 Contessa 32 Remarks : The Contessa 32 was introduced following the success of the ever-popular Contessa 26. The boat was again produced using the successful David Sadler/Jeremy Rogers partnership and was first revealed to the boating public in early 1973. Such was the success that demand outstripped production very quickly and to alleviate the already growing 2-year waiting list, bigger premises were obtained. Over 700 of these fantastic yachts were produced and thanks to an active "Owners Association" w... read more
1986 Westerly Sealord Remarks : The Westerly Sealord was introduced to the yachting public in 1983. The sealord was the new Westerly Flagship and was designed by the renowned and sadly missed Ed Dubois who had successfully designed a number of Westerlys, Southerlys, Centurions and later Waquiez models. Billed as a genuine "blue water" cruiser, she proved popular with sailors venturing to the more Northern waters. Indeed many Sealords are now in the USA and Canada having completed many an Atlantic crossing. I... read more
1972 S&S 30 £14,145
1972 S&S 30 Remarks : Sparkman & Stephens have been responsible for designing highly desirable, fast sailing yachts with beautiful lines that have stood the test of time and give as much pleasure today as they did when released to the yachting public many years ago. This S&S 30 is no exception and if a fast, stable cruiser/racer is your vessel of choice then look no further. In 2017, another S&S 30 "Inkeri" was announced as the winner of the Sparkman & Stephens Association, Challenge Cup and was entered... read more
2014 7.8 £47,500
2014 7.8 Remarks : Ribcraft 7.8m Commercial specification RIB with fully serviced Mercury Verado 300hp outboard and Rapide twin axle roller coaster trailer. Ribcraft build serious boats and have among their clients the British Military, Fisheries protection and supplied the London Organising Committee with the craft for the very successful Olympic and Paralympic games held in the UK in 2012. This is a well equipped boat and will appeal to both leisure and commercial users. Top grade construction ma... read more
1982 Moody 27 £12,995
1982 Moody 27 Remarks : Honey Bee is a very good example of the popular Moody 27. This boat was the predecessor of the Moody 28 and was brought about by the design of Bill Dixon and the build quality of Moody Yachts. Well built and sea kindly this yacht offers stability and comfort for those wishing to downsize or those wishing to dip their toe in boat ownership for the first time. Large safe cockpit with good locker storage, easy access side decks allowing safe access arond the decks and large capacity anc... read more
1980 Cobra 700 £7,995
1980 Cobra 700 Remarks : The Cobra 700 is a beautiful little pocket cruiser, ticking so many boxes, that it is hard to overlook when considering what might be your first or last boat. Similar to her larger sisters, the 750 and 850, the 700 packs a lot into her 23 feet including spacious cockpit, easy access side decks, great storage, a decent forward cabin, enclosed heads, comfortable saloon and galley. This particular model is appealing as she has been refitted over the past four years to provide reliab... read more
2005 Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 323 Remarks : The Beneteau Oceanis 323 was introduced in 2003 as a replacement for what had been the extremely popular Oceanis 311. The improvements made were an increase in overall internal volume, a larger aft cabin, an enormous head compartment and a generous, easily accessible cockpit with a clever pivoting wheel. The 323 proved to be yet another winner from the Groupe Finot stable, and this model remains just as popular today. This is a particularly attractive model with a good inventory. Sh... read more
1984 Maxi 100 £15,495
1984 Maxi 100 Remarks : The Maxi 100 was a natural progression from the very popular maxi 95. Built by Maxi Yachts of Sweden to a Pelle Peterson design, the Maxi 100 was offered with and without a half dog house. This is the cruising version and offers comfort, sturdy construction and a turn of speed synonymous with Swedish yacht builders. The yacht can sleep 7 persons over two cabins and the saloon. The interior woodwork is warm, welcoming and to a high standard. The cute aft cabin offers privacy and the g... read more
1971 Nantucket Clipper Remarks : The Nantucket Clipper is a very pretty boat and viewed by many to be a bit of a "Classic". Penned by successful designer Alan Buchanan, who also brought us the popular Halcyon and Neptune range, she is as desirable today as she was back in 1970. The hulls were moulded by Seamaster Limited and finished and fitted out by Offshore Yachts to a high standard. The yawl rig is versatile, and she will sail at five to six knots in a force 3-4 breeze making her a fast passage maker. Super ... read more
1985 Jouet 760 £12,000
1985 Jouet 760 Remarks : The Jouet 760 is a super little craft ideal as a first time boat or for those looking to downsize. The design by Philippe Briand is amazing with every spare inch used to the max. There are some 30 footers which don't offer the same level of accommodation, and she sails well too. This yacht has been lovingly maintained and is in a sail away condition. Hull has been antifouled, topsides polished, engine serviced and all sparkly down below. She has a proper aft cabin, spacious he... read more

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