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This early example of a Ditchburn Launch was built in Gravenhurst over the Winter of 1918. She was first used a Family Launch and later used as a livery boat and water taxi.
It is a rare example of the early narrow beam displacement launches and was fully restored in 1986 and has been well maintained and kept up.
This early example of a Ditchburn Launch was built in Gravenhurst over the Winter of 1918. She was first used a Family Launch and later used as a livery boat and water taxi.... read more
|Location:||Clayton New York USA|
One of 3 29' Rochester's known to exist restored by Wayne Mocksfield in N.J. and shown extensively in the Northeast. Mr. Benny's engine, chrome, leather and varnish in excellent condition. Built by Rochester Boat + Engine Rochester N.Y.
Very rare addition to any collection. This is a fast Gentleman's Runabout of yesteryear. It is powered by a Scripps 12 Cylinder engine which is good solid shape and offers lots of power.
The boat has gorgeous green leather upholstery and has been completely restored and rebuilt.
One of 3 29' Rochester's known to exist restored by Wayne Mocksfield ... read more
|Location:||Milton New Hampshire USA|
This custom Gentleman's Runabout was built in 2003 and has seen ONLY 40 hours of use. It has a West System cold molded design and is configured with strong Ford 5.0 litre V-8 engine.
The look of boat with its Dietrich top reminds one of the Runabout style of the 1920's and 30's.
The level of detail and finish on this boat shows a high level of craftsmanship.
One owner since new.
This custom Gentleman's Runabout was built in 2003 and has seen ONLY 40 hours of use. It has a West System cold molded design and is configured with strong Ford 5.0 litre V-8 engine.... read more
|Location:||Harbor Springs Michigan USA|
In 1949 the De Vines and Van Lent families came together to approach the American market where sales were booming the late 40s. Headship was introduced to the American public at the 1951 New Year Boat Show. The high quality offered by headship impressed the public and attracted the attention of many famous people. These included Malcom Forbes who launched the first of three Highlander Feadships in 1957.
Rebel Lady was imported into Newcastle in 1965 and until 2000 was kept on the Hamble.
The crew quarter including the galley are forward of the central saloon. The Saloon leads to the... read more
1920's Lake Windermere Classic 16ft open launch. Built by Borwicks Lake Windermere boat building and engineers. With helm and tiller positions, all varnished wooden clinker hull in all grip all wood varnish. She used to hold a steam engine but now holding a Classic Stuart turner water cooled engine, which gives great character to the vessel. She is a beautiful boat, with a couple of jobs to get her ready for a lovely season on the water.... read more
|Price:|| £5,000 Inc. Tax|
This beautiful Broads cruiser has been exceptionally well maintained regardless of cost by her current owner. She has new upholstery, recent full exterior varnish and has just been fitted with a new Yanmar 57hp diesel engine and new fuel tank. she is simply stunning. She retains many of her original features such as parquet flooring, chrome vents and internal lighting. She is simply stunning and truly a boat for an enthusiast. Viewing by appointment only.
Moores 40 Navigation Equipment
Covered aft cockpit well
Warps and fenders
Mud w... read more
|Length:|| 40' 7"|
|Location:||Wroxham Norfolk UK|
|Price:|| £49,950 Tax Exempt|
Hydraulic bowthruster, generator, shorepower, central heating, shower, etc. Beautiful classic motor yacht equipped for a long stay on board.... read more
|Location:||Hasselt Overijssel Netherlands|
Lady Doris was made by Vosper in 1939 as an RAF Seaplane tender, and saw active service in WW2. She’s registered as a National Historic Ship, along with just 1,300 other ships in the UK. Meaning she can fly a special ensign flag to “show off” her place in British Maritime History…
I’m moving to Uganda, and so with a heavy heart, I need to find her a new home, or new owners who will have the passion and time to care for her properly. With some care and attention she could make a lovely Liveaboard, Spare room (AirBnb) or of course be used for various adventures ... read more
HISTORY and DESCRIPTION:
45ft. VINTAGE MOTOR-YACHT FOR RESTORATION, designed by Higley Halliday and built in 1927 by Taylor & Bates Ltd. Chertsey, Surrey for Frank Muirhead of Elmers End, Beckenham
“A rare opportunity to restore a vintage teak motor-yacht from the 1920s. Few English motor-yacht survive from this period and as such are highly sought-after. Much preliminary work has been undertaken and MARALIA is afloat on the East Coast. In recent years values of restored motor-yachts like MARALIA have increased making this a worthwhile project”
In 19... read more
|Price:|| £19,950 Tax Exempt|
A classic former pilot boat built by Tyrrells of Arklow,An Historic vessel of heritage suitable for coastal cruising or liveaboard.
Access to below deck is down steps from the main deck saloon. Large foreward cabin with two berths,hanging cupboards,port holes and deck light with escape hatch. Heads to port aft of the foreward cabin with WC basin and large shower(domestic shower tray) Hot and cold water. Master cabin aft of access area,this cabin spans breadth of the boat with double port holes either side.Large double berths each side with ample hanging lockers.Dressing table... read more
|Location:||cork Co Cork Ireland|
|Price:|| €36,000 Tax Paid|
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
JUNO was built to Lloyds specification 1417 on 28/02/1967 by Halmatic Ltd of Havant. A mark one moulded fibreglass hull, number 0838. She was fitted out as a luxury motor-yacht by R Burge & Co. Kingston-Upon-Thames and launched in 1968 as ALYTRA for Charles Allen of Bury Farm, Edgeware, Surrey. Registered in London, official number 335734. Her second owner Barry Andrews lived aboard on Ham Island and re-named the vessel WAYWARD WENCH. The current owner bought the vessel on the River Thames about 11 years ago and had work undertaken by specialist classic boat... read more
|Location:||South Yorkshire UK|
|Price:|| £78,500 Tax Exempt|
This beautiful classic wooden cruiser is a part finished project. All the hull was completely refurbished in accordance with the marine surveyor's recommendations in 2012. The interior requires finishing off. There is an aft deck and helm leading to the saloon. This is largely empty allowing for freestanding furniture. A new galley has been fitted with new full size LPG cooker, fridge and inset sink and drainer. There is a large worktop area and ample cupboard storage. The Shower room is fully tiled allowing for a wet room area and a sea toilet and vanity unit are present. The shower ha... read more
|Location:||westview marina, earith, Cambridgeshire UK|
This beautiful classic, sea-going motor launch is available on a residential mooring in a superb location at London’s Limehouse Marina - with access to River Thames and beyond.
Location has excellent transport links into the City and nearby to a wealth of amenities including parks, cafes, shops and restaurants at Canary Wharf and Wapping.
This is a classy and well designed boat with bright and airy living accommodation, a good size galley, two cabins, and a wealth of deck space where you can sit and relax.
Viewings are highly recommended.
Limehouse Basin is London m... read more
|Location:||Limehouse Marina London UK|
|Price:|| £112,000 Tax Paid|
This 1963 Miller Fifer 26 was brought by the present owner around 16 years ago and he immediately started a complete renovation of the boat. The majority of the work has been done but there is still quite a lot involved in finishing her off. Everything needed to finish her off is present and there are boxes of brass fittings, new parts, old parts, the list is endless. There are around 8 boxes of brand new ropes. I am told that the engine runs but needs a new starter motor.
Built of larch up to the waterline, mahogany above on sown oak frames and 'Cast over from new'. The cabin is Burmese te... read more
|Location:||Lancashire Lancashire UK|
This pedigree De Vries Lentsch classic MY was designed and built by de amsterdamsche scheepswerf G. de Vries Lentsch Jr. so she is a true thoroughbred classic. Her history includes participation in operation Dynamo in 1940 when the british expedition army was evacuated from Dunkerque. The owners of the De Vries Lentsch classic MY now are at age and have decided it is time to pass on this unique masterpiece on to the next owner so they can enjoy her true classique amosphere. She does require some external work but her current condition only adds to her unique charme.... read more
|Location:||Contact De Valk Amsterdam Noord-Holland Netherlands|
|Price:|| €375,000 Tax Paid|
!!!!!!! REDUCED BY £200000 FOR A QUICK SALE . !!!!!!!!!!
THIS BOAT IS THE CREME DE LA CREME and its only once in a life time as a yacht broker you get to have the pleasure of marketing such a prestigious and beautiful specimen its suitable for a Gentlemans cruiser a family boat or even for use as a charter boat although she has never been chartered before, it ticks every box.
A British boat building company founded in 1939 by the car manufacturer Noel Macklin. Macklin used the garage at his home at Cobham Fairmile in Surrey for manufacturing assemb... read more
|Location:||CORFU Ionian Islands Greece|
|Price:|| £595,000 Tax Exempt|
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
MAJESSA is one of only two of the 38ft 6ins size Gentleman’s Motor-Yachts of a series designed by Arthur Comben during the 1930’s to a traditional break-deck style, having a sunken central wheelhouse and owner’s stateroom aft.
MAJESSA, yard number 199 was first commissioned in 1939 but not completed and launched in Thorne until 1947. In April 1949 she was the subject of a dedicated article in the North Sea Yachtsman Magazine.
MAJESSA’S first registered owner in 1947 was William Spowage of Wollaton Vale. John Aharlow of Worksop became... read more
|Length:|| 38' 6"|
|Price:|| £35,000 Tax Exempt|
A unique Fairey, understood to be the only one of three of this type completed by Fairey Marine. Described as a Huntress 26 in the 1965 London Boat Show Brochure, Wight Huntress more closely resembles a Huntsman 28 having the same moulded hull depth (shortened by 2 feet), single large side windows, standing headroom and separate heads compartment. Her single Perkins HT6354 engine is mounted below the cockpit floor which is flush from the cabin bulkhead to the stern with helmsman and navigator pedestal seats and bench transom seat.
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|Location:||Dublin Co Dublin Ireland|
|Price:|| €19,000 Tax Paid|
Based on the American Tenders from the 1920's, Kitikae was built by the famous Brooke Marine of Lowestoft Shipyard in order of Sir Cecil Sidley of Manchester. The motor yacht had to be capable of carrying her passengers safely under all conditions and all kinds of water. Now fully restored to her original condition she is for sale and ready to go!... read more
|Location:||Contact De Valk Amsterdam France|
|Price:|| €340,000 Tax Paid|
Aicon 64 2009 is available for sale at auction on February 6, 2020
The starting price is 300.000€.
If you are interested, please let us know.
Shipyard : Aicon Yachts
Year : 2009
Length : 20.51/ 66 ft 11 in
Beam: 17 ft
Draft : 1.50
Hull Shape: Modified Vee
Dry Weight: 78044 lbs
Engine 2 MAN V12
Engine Power: 1150 HP
Total Power: 2300 HP
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Air condition: CONDARIA,
Cruising Speed: 31 mph
Maximum Speed: 36 mph
Fresh Water Tanks: (264 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (898 Gallons)
A... read more