Partnership Yacht Brokers
Partnership Yacht Brokers, PO Box 215, Llanfairfechan, LL57 9ED, UK
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Partnership Yacht Brokers provides a brokerage service for boatyards, marinas, sailing clubs and individuals. We match people with boats.


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Vertue Classic Wooden Yacht This Vertue classic wooden yacht was designed by Jack Laurent Giles and is number 45 in her class. Icebird was built in 1952 in the UK by Aeromarine and is a long keel heavy displacement cutter rigged Bermudan sloop. Vertues are renowned as tough seaworthy little ships capable of long ocean passages. Icebird has cruised to the West Indies, Newfoundland and the North coast of Iceland. Once described as "the most perfect small ocean going yacht that has ever been built" by Humphrey Bu... read more
Sovereign 400 £44,950
Sovereign 400 Souveraine is a classic 40 ft blue water yacht designed by Rob Humphreys. This is a truly classic yacht offering strength and elegance. She is not a production line yacht but was built by Port Falmouth Boat Yard to a Rob Humphreys design, one of only seven produced. She is GRP with Kevlar reinforcement. Souveraine sails well, easily averaging 6 to 7 knots and her hull shape and elliptical lead fin keel makes her a safe and comfortable boat even in rough seas. The cockpit is deep offering... read more
Ocean Cruising Sea Trader Yacht For those seeking a yacht that can undertake long voyages safely and offer good accommodation, this South African build yacht is ideal. With ample headroom of 2m, she has a spacious feel. Her present owners have cruised her widely, and spent five years on a North Atlantic circuit including stops at Madeira, the Windward Islands, and the Azores. They found she coped well with even the most intense of weather fronts. She was designed by E S Barens and built in Durban by Desmo Engineering,... read more
Burmese teak yacht OWNER OPEN TO OFFERS This classic boat in Burmese teak is a Yachting World 5 Tonner. In 1945, Yachting World magazine commissioned Mr Robert Clarke to design a small auxiliary cruiser to be known as The Yachting world 5 tonner. This beautiful example, Janina, is Bermudan Sloop rigged with tan sails and a genuine period classic look. She was built in Bombay in 1946 by the Ammedi ship yard, to Robert Clarke's design, using double diagonal Burmese Teak planking on teak frames. The re... read more
Van de Stadt Legend 29 Designed by Van de Stadt, this version of the Legend was built in 1969 by Tyler Boats at Tonbridge in 1969. The original engine was replaced with a Perkins 18hp 3 cylinder engine in 2002. The hull has been copper coated. This is a well presented yacht, well priced and ready to go. The owners have bought a larger vessel hence the reason for the sale.... read more
Moody 35 £49,995
Moody 35 2019 SURVEY AVAILABLE This Moody 35 was built in 1994 by Marine projects in Plymouth and designed by Bill Dixon. She has been well maintained in her present ownership and had a survey in May 2019 which is available. She is currently on her mooring in the Menai Strait. The vessel is extremely well equipped for long distance cruising, with comfortable accommodation and state of the art electronics. In her present ownership she has been cruised to the North of Scotland all around Ireland... read more
Shetland Skiff on trailer Up to about 60 years ago on the island of Shetland a boat was the family car of its day. This delightful double ended boat is inspired by those craft. She is clinker built and has part decking. With a lifting centreboard she can navigate shallow waters or be brought up onto the beach. As would have been traditional, she can be rowed or sailed. New sails are provided, together with a new all over winter cover. Her trailer means she can easily be stored and transported. This is a boat ... read more
Loch Broom Post Boat Built by Bill Bailliff at his yard in Overton, Lancashire, circa 1996, this traditional style craft is derived from the original Loch Broom Post Boats, which were used for the delivery of mail to the remote communities on Loch Broom, Wester Ross. They could be rowed, sailed or motored. The last surviving original example of this type has been on loan to The Scottish maritime Museum since 1987. This modern version comes complete with a road trailer,traditional tan sails and 2hp Honda outbo... read more
Westerly Centaur Bilge Keel This is a well presented version of the popular Westerly Centaur which has been well maintained by her present owners. Promises is a bilge keel Centaur cruised regularly in Irish sea waters and is ready to go. She is well priced and is a must see if you are searching for a tidy bilge keel cruiser. The original engine has been replaced with a 24 hp Bukh with only 1400 hrs use.... read more
Trapper 501 £8,995
Trapper 501 This fine example of the highly regarded fin keel Trapper 501 was built by Trapper yachts at Burseldon in 1988 . She was the last of the class to be built hence the name "Finale". She has been with the present owner since 1993. Yachting Monthly described the Trapper 501 as " A popular all rounder, well balanced, and easy to handle , ideal for family use but capable of offshore cruising or racing." Finale benefits from a new Yanmar engine, installed 2007 with only 3... read more
Motor Yacht 38 ft El Manana was built in 1957 as a gentleman's yacht. Following an extended period of rebuilding and renovation she is now offered for sale. Bought by the present owner in 2011 she has been extensively refitted. She has new bespoke cabin furniture in sapele, a new galley, and a new forward electric toilet. The hull is larch planks on oak frames. Previously painted white the hull has recently been varnished. The decks have been repaired and replaced and are now laid in iroko. The wh... read more
Loch Long Class racing yacht with trailer A beautifully maintained example of the classic Loch Long racing yacht class, 'Puffin' was built in 1937 by Colquhoun at their yard on the Clyde, and is in excellent condition. She is hull number 13. The design was commissioned by members of Loch Long Sailing Club to mark the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth and to replace their existing sailing craft with a low cost design which was capable of safe use in the local conditions found on Loch Long and the Firth ... read more
Aquastar 33 £49,995
Aquastar 33 NOW REDUCED. This Aquastar 33 is a heavy displacement motor cruiser. She is an Aquastar 33 built in 1992 to the present owner’s specification by BWS marine in Gwent. She has been cruised widely in the Irish Sea and across to and around the Irish coast. Now out of the water, she can be fully inspected. Powered by twin Ford 120 hp diesels driving two ZF gearboxes this motor cruiser delivers both power and comfort in all sea conditions. Access to the twin engine compartment is made easy... read more
16 ft Coble in GRP Cobles were, and still are, traditional boats on the North East coast, designed to be able to be pulled up onto the beach after a day's fishing. This GRP version of the classic Coble fishing boat has the clinker appearance and is in good order. The toe rail and rubbing strake are varnished wood, as are the thwarts. She comes with her own road trailer so that she can easily be towed. She will take an outboard engine in the purpose built well.... read more
Colvic Sailer 26 The Colvic Sailer 26 was designed by Colin Feltham, and this example was professionally completed by Lytham dockyard, just a stone's throw from her present berth. As can be seen she will take the ground quite happily on her bilge keels. Sundowner has been cruised as far as Cherbourg, the Scilly Isles, Thames Estuary and in and around the Irish Sea. She is well maintained by her present engineer owner who is now looking to retire due to ill health. She had a professionally recond... read more
Hardy 25 £15,995
Hardy 25 The Hardy 25 is equally at home on inland or coastal waterways. Morning Star is a 4 berth motor cruiser with 43hp inboard diesel engine with Enfield outdrive. The engine was rebuilt in 2018 by her marine engineer owner. Since that time she has done 30 hours. She will cruise at 6 knots, with a maximum speed of 8 knots. She has an air draft of 2.39m. The cockpit can be enclosed in an all weather cover if required. There is bench seating at the rear of the cockpit in addition to the helmsma... read more
Hillyard 16 Tonner Moonflower is one of only two Hillyard 16 tonners , designed by Denis Collingford and built at David Hillyard's famous yard at Littlehampton in Sussex in 1972. The hull is 1 inch carvel planking of iroko below the waterline and at stem and stern. The rest is mahogany. The oak frames are laminated 1 ¾ x 1 ¼ ins with every 3rd one 2 5/8. They are 7 ¼ ins centred copper fastened. Moonflower is offered for sale at a bargain price as she is in need of a new owner who... read more
Classic Wooden Fishing Boat This stunning example of the boat builder's craft was built by Peter Matheson of Clydeside Traditional Boat Builders as a way of passing on his skills to volunteers and apprentices. Peter Matheson is widely known and respected as a builder of traditional wooden boats, and Girl Pat is a fine example. Our photographs show the quality of the workmanship. She is based on the Beer Luggers of Devon but is more substantially built. Clinker built, the planking is 3/4 inch thick well seasone... read more
Wooden Motor Yacht Twin Screw A classic 'Gentleman's Yacht', Shuna was built in 1935 by Hugh McLean & Sons at Govan in Glasgow. At that time she was the subject of much interest in the Yachting press and was featured at length in an article in the magazine The Motor Boat. Built of pitch pine on oak frames she is nearing the end of a comprehensive re-build at a boat yard in North Wales, and is now near completion. Renovation includes new teak decks with a widened and refurbished wheelhouse. ... read more


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