All Classic Yacht Sailing Yachts for sale in Hampshire
MacWester 26. Built 1971 probably the finest afloat, very full inventory including Bukh 20hp, Autohelm, Headsail feefing, GPS, Radio, GRP tender, along with Bombard inflatable, 2.5hp Mariner outboard, Lying ashore Lymington now £5000.... read more
|Location:||Lymington Hampshire UK|
|Price:|| £5,000 Tax Exempt|
Overall Length: 41ft 6ins (over spars) 31ft 6ins on deck :: Waterline: 25ft 3ins :: Beam: 7ft 10ins :: Draught: 5ft 9ins :: Displacement: 16,537 lbs
Engine: 10hp Yanmar Diesel (2015) :: Designer: Herbert White :: Builder: J Samuel White :: Location: South Coast
Sail: 750 sq. ft. Gaff Cutter Rig :: Berths: Two Berths :: Year: 1896 :: Price: £29,950
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
Rosenn is the last existing Solent One Design, one of the first One Design classes created. Twenty-two were built between 1896 & 1897 for members of the Royal Yacht Squadr... read more
|Length:|| 41' 6"|
|Price:|| £29,950 Tax Exempt|
Tamarisk 24ft, long keel, gaff rigged cutter for sale. Built by North Sea Craft in 1975, GRP hull with wooden superstructure. Recently re-powered professionally (by Marine Power) with Yanmar 3YM20 20hp diesel engine, new fuel tank and new 3 blade prop. Standing rigging and running rigging replaced 2017, new bilge pumps (manual and electric), plus new all weather cockpit cover in 2018. Galley area, three bunks with separate heads compartment. Currently moored on the Hamble river. Lovely boat, must be seen.... read more
This very attractive 8m Tadorne has seen the best of care, since her purchase as a new hand built yacht in 2015. She is fully equipped, now in commission afloat on the water, Ready to sail/trail away. She is to be sold with her bespoke SBS twin axle road trailer.
Latitude 46, Tofinou FR designed and built the Tadorne, as the larger sister to their open day boats. She is very compact in her design, the rig and spars all fit within her length. Her all up weight is just 2 tonnes. She tows very well.. Using an A frame with a block and tackle, eases the stepping of the mast (which could potenti... read more
|Location:||Portsmouth Hampshire UK|
This good looking Breton Cutter from 1913 would have been described as a 'copper bottomed investment' in her time, as she is sheathed in copper over pitched pine to the rubbing strake with Mahogany topsides and a 15mm teak deck on a 12mm epoxied marine ply sub-deck. The copper was finished in 2009 and she was relaunched in 2011.
She has a forward double berth, a Heads with Shower, 2 large berths in the saloon and 2 further pilot berths. She also has a full length bath under one of the forward berths.
She has had her coachroof raised so that there is good headroom in the saloon and ga... read more
|Location:||Southampton Hampshire UK|
Elizabethan 29 built in 1963 by Webster and designed by Kim Holman, She is fitted with a Beta 13hp diesel engine, She is an elegant, fast, seaworthy comfortable Long Keel cruiser-racer. She was originally designed as a competitive racing yacht, but like many other racers from this era, she now makes a very good fast cruising yacht which is very seaworthy. Lying ashore at Sparkes Marina, Hayling Island.
She has gone had extensive work on the engine like New engine mounts, New drive plate, New exhaust system, New moss cables and had a full service and also now benefits from New Rigging... read more
|Location:||Hayling Island Hampshire UK|
Overall Length: 30ft on deck :: Waterline: 23ft :: Beam: 10ft 7ins :: Draught: 2ft 6ins / 6ft plate down :: Displacement: 11 Tons T M
Engine: 47hp Perkins Diesel :: Designer: Alfred Luders :: Builder: Cheoy Lee Shipyard, Hong Kong :: Location: South Coast
Sail: Ketch Cutter Rig :: Berths: Four Berths in Three Cabins :: Year: 1970 :: Price: £29,500
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
The Cruisaire 30 design, drawn by successful naval architect Alfred Luders (1909-1999) was first produced in 1969 by the well respected Cheoy-Lee Shipyard, Hong Kong.
Cheoy-L... read more
|Price:|| £29,500 Tax Exempt|
The Heard 28 is a heavy displacement cruising yacht with a GRP hull on the traditional lines of a Falmouth Working Boat. Although heavy, these yachts carry a lot of sail and a long bowsprit, and are surprisingly fast. This well kept one owner example has cruised from Falmouth to the Mediterranean and back, going south by the Biscay coast and the Canal du Midi, and returning via the Rhone. She has a long coachroof, giving headroom in the saloon and forecabin, and the mast is in a tabernacle for ease of lowering.... read more
|Price:|| £37,000 Tax Paid|
WAHINE – HOLMAN 26 MASTHEAD SLOOP BUILT 1962 BY WHISSTOCKS OF WOODBRIDGE
HISTORY & CONSTRUCTION:
WAHINE was designed by Kim Holman and built by Whisstocks of Woodbridge in 1962 for Mr H A Day of Suffolk and launched as TESSA. She was kept on a mooring at Aldeburgh during his ownership. TESSA was sold in 1964 to George Bolingbroke of Maldon, Essex. In 1967 D Guinchard became the next owner, keeping the yacht at West Mersea, he re-named her VAHINE. During the 1970s Dr PG Swann of Frinton-on-Sea owned VAHINE mooring her at Burnham on Crouch and racing under the number 218Y. He re... read more
|Price:|| £12,000 Tax Exempt|