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EASTER was built in 1960 and completed in October that year for owner Percy Greaves of Hampstead, London. She was a special commission, designed by Alan Buchanan and built by William King & Sons, Burnham on Crouch to Lloyds 100A1 Class. Percy, a member of the Royal Corinthian, Little Ship Club, Dartmouth Sailing Club and Royal Burnham also owned a Herreschoff Islander One Design sloop. Percy stationed the newly launched EASTER at Burnham. In 1963 he sold the yacht to Noel Jordan of Sheerness, Kent. In 1969 Dr. John Ives MB, Vice-President of the Little Ship Club bought EASTER and saile... read more
|Location:||West Sussex UK|
|Price:|| £49,950 Tax Exempt|
FINGAL is one of a series of traditional lapstrake sailing dinghies built by Wright’s of Ipswich during the 1950s and 60s. Principally these were the Twinkle Class available as 10ft or 12ft sizes with a few 14ft dinghies built. Many of the Twinkle Class were raced at Overy Staithe Sailing Club in Norfolk and a good class representation still exist proving the popularity of the design. The Twinkle 10 makes an idea yacht tender for a classic sailing or motor yacht and is an excellent boat for the family to learn and enjoy sailing in true Swallows and Amazon’s style.
FINGAL was bui... read more
|Location:||Argyll and Bute UK|
|Price:|| £2,500 Tax Exempt|
OUR DADDY was built in Looe, Cornwall in 1921 by local boat builder Dick Pearce. She was commissioned by the Pengelly family and built to join their fleet of fishing boats that included “Our Boys” and “Our Girls” hence the name “Our Daddy”.
A 45ft Standing Lugger, she was the last lugger to be built to sailing lines and to work out of Looe, Cornwall. Originally skippered by Alfred John Pengelly and more recently his son, she fished for some 65 years in the pilchard, mackerel and shark fishing industries. OUR DADDY is one of only 30 surviving Luggers of th... read more
|Price:|| £135,000 Tax Exempt|
Overall Length: 80ft (24.36m) :: Waterline: 67ft (20.29m) :: Beam: 21ft 6ins (6.51m) :: Draught: 6ft 9ins (2.05m) :: Displacement: 57.18 Gross Tonnage
Engine: 350hp Cummins Diesel :: Designer: Daniel Bombigher :: Builder: Metur Yachts :: Location: Turkey
Sail: Gaff Schooner Rig :: Berths: Six Guests plus Crew :: Year: 1995/2012
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
DREAM was built by Metur Yachts of Turkey to the Daniel Bombigher 'Schpoundtz' design. Built in 1995 and extensively re-fitted in 2012 with new teak laid decks, new wiring and plumbing, all new... read more
|Price:|| £430,000 Tax Not Paid|
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An elegant and fast wooden sloop, designed and built for the One Ton Cup Series and other Mediterranean races by Cantiere Apollonio, Trieste in 1968 for Aldo Milinco.
At the beginning of the 1960s, Jean Peytel, member of the Cercle de la voile de Paris suggested reviving the CVP International Cup with the RORC rating rule of 22 feet. The boats were baptized as the One Ton Class. Yachting World magazine documented the excitement this caused amongst sailors: “Seldom can a trophy have created so much interest before a single race has been sailed” in ... read more
|Location:||Argyll and Bute UK|
|Price:|| £70,000 Tax Exempt|
KNAVE OF HEARTS was built in 1936 by the well respected Thames based company of Kris Craft of Isleworth. Unfortunately not a great deal is known about her early history although KNAVE OF HEARTS until recently was a familiar sight on the River Thames. Her former owner was a founding member of the Thames Vintage Boat Club and KNAVE OF HEARTS is listed as boat number 2 on their register. In previous ownership KNAVE OF HEARTS attended countless boat rallies on the River Thames and was a prize winner at the Henley Traditional Boat Rally.
The present owner restored the hull in 2021 with much re-p... read more
|Price:|| £35,000 Tax Exempt|
JOSIE was designed as a rather more modern interpretation of the small, fast runabouts which were popular in the United States between the wars, but she also has many similarities to the speedboats built in Great Britain by Donald Healey and others. In her short life so far she has regularly been mistaken for both of these types, so, in that sense, the basic concept has been quite successful.
Modern construction techniques , as outlined below, have produced a strong, lightweight hull much more able to remain... read more
|Price:|| £12,950 Tax Exempt|
ONDINE was designed by Frederick Parker and built by Woodnutts, Isle of Wight in 1960 for D A Kelsey of London. She was initially stationed at Poole and later at Hamble. In new ownership in the late 1960s of Mr & Mrs E M Dallimore, ONDINE was moved to Burnham on Crouch, she has remained on the East Coast since in the current 30 year ownership.
ONDINE is of 1.25 inch mahogany planking, splined from new with hickory, all copper fastened to steam bent rock elm timbers at 6 inch centres. Bronze floors, cast iron keel with stainless-steel bolts. Marine-ply decks. Varnished marine ply ... read more
|Price:|| £9,500 Tax Exempt|
A comfortable, attractive and weatherly cruising yacht with proven capabilities.
The Bogle Design was first drawn by Dr. Harrison Butler in 1933 for the Little Ship Club designing competition and is named after THB’s daughter-in-law, actress Joan Bogle Hickson, who in later years achieved world wide acclaim playing Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple.
The design was a great success and resulted in quite a number of Bogle’s being built during the 1930’s.
CARACOLE was built by the well respected Harry Feltham of Portsmouth for Edward Cox of Brighton, a member of the Su... read more
|Price:|| £5,750 Tax Exempt|
Built in 1922 in St Ives by P P Landers and launched in May of that year as a fishing vessel, BEN MY CHREE (Manx for Girl of My Heart) registered number SS139 for Richard Boase. Fished out of St Ives until the late 1930s then sold in to private ownership to Bernard Wilkinson of Keward House, Hampshire. Converted to a private, twin screw motor yacht and registered as SUNGEI. After Bernard’s death in 1955 the executors sold the vessel to Mr & Mrs Anthony Somers. At this time Parnhams Yacht Builders of Emsworth converted SUNGEI to a ketch motor sailer and fitted the present BMC diese... read more