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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - May
    Petrel Nosila Tumblehome Maria Galante First Sterling Beyond Eileen Fleur Drumler Odyssey Bay Queen Syrinx Vagabond elle Sagamore Flower of Caithness Mermaid Tuppitoo Pelican Maybo Eagle Cayuco Zorg en Vlijt Liberty of Ruez Spirit of Joan Julian White Sands Crazy Diamond Rocador Boojum Diamond Kairos Marili La Boheme Wanted Links Contact News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts May May A 1922 MORECAMBE BAY PRAWNER built by William Crossfield Sons of Hoylake Cheshire Overall Length 32 on deck Waterline 28 Beam 9 Draught 3 6 Displacement 10 Tons TM Engine 35hp BMC Captain Diesel Designer Traditional Builder Crossfields of Arnside Location Cheshire Sail Gaff Cutter Rig about 650sq ft Berths Three Year 1922 Price 25 000 Offers Considered Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION May was built in 1922 to a Lancashire Nobby Morecambe Bay Prawner design for shrimping in the Dee Estuary Named after May Crossfield the owner and builders wife William Crossfied Sons were a well established boatbuilders in Cheshire May continued to fish off North Wales under the registered number of CH11 until in the early 1940 s she was sunk in Dukes Dock during a German bombing raid of Liverpool In 1986 David Wilson Secretary of the Nobby Owners Association commissioned a professional re build of the vessel after the restoration winning the Liverpool Nobby Race An account of the restoration was featured in Classic Boat Magazine issue number 10 The 1986 87 professional re build by Fred Turner included re planking using reclaimed dockside pitch pine and replacement grown oak frames from Lord Derby s Knowsley Estate New 19mm marine ply decks with 12mm swept teak laid deck over Iroko cabin and cockpit coamings New keel bolts and a new rig Straight plumb stem long keel elliptical counter stern Purchased by the current owners in

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Anna
    Lazy Lady of Leith Piddle Dorset Dunlin Lurley Santac Suzanne Elizebeth Unicorn of Burnham Fortuna 11 Fontaine of Bordeaux Eaux des Iles Santa Lucia Green Tara Projects Rosie Ysanne Julian Rocador Lady Sybil H Fiorina White Sands Elgris Petrel Lady Jane Small Craft gaen Jabberwocky Helena Shuna Launch Alessi Little May Roanna Fflipper Dawning Light 11 Riva Junior Floret Rima Ariston Archive Boats Ilona Reeve Lily Anne Misty Monarch Timboline Royal Fifer Little Anne 11 Nellie Day Lady Jane Burgundy Treize Avila Alice Petite Fleur Coquet Fiorina St Alexander Petrel Nosila Tumblehome Maria Galante First Sterling Beyond Eileen Fleur Drumler Odyssey Bay Queen Syrinx Vagabond elle Sagamore Flower of Caithness Mermaid Tuppitoo Pelican Maybo Eagle Cayuco Zorg en Vlijt Liberty of Ruez Spirit of Joan Julian White Sands Crazy Diamond Rocador Boojum Diamond Kairos Marili La Boheme Wanted Links Contact News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts Anna Anna Sold January 2014 A 1909 TRADITIONAL DANISH SAILING CUTTER built by Mortesen Boatyard in Frederikshavn Denmark Overall Length 55ft 16 05m Waterline 42ft 12 08m Beam 13ft 4 00m Draught 5ft 8ins 1 75m Displacement not known Engine 85hp Deutz Diesel Designer Traditional Builder Mortesen Boatyard Location Holland Sail Cutter Rig Berths Six Year 1909 Price 108 500 EUR 137 500 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION Anna was built in 1909 to a traditional fishing cutter design in the famous fishing port of Frederikshavn on the North East coast of Jutland by the local boatbuilders Mortesen After being sold out of service and converted to a pleasure yacht the current owner bought Anna as a restoration project and had the vessel professionally restored in 2005 Carvel oak planked hull on oak frames Swept paid pine laid decks Traditional high bulwarks with oak cappings Varnished oak deck house cabin coamings and

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Judy Anne
    and gas hoses Stanchions pulpit and pushpit rebedded New switch panel and some replacement wiring Sea cocks replaced as required New engine fitted New engine beds on strengthened laminted floors Rudder rebuilt and hangings regalvanised and rebushed Hood ends above wl refastened with phosphor bronze screws Hood ends below wl were refastened in 1992 Bottom stripped to bare wood and fastenings examined New anchor chain New mainsail staysail and jib Furlex roller furling gear fitted Standing rigging replaced in stainless steel New stainless steel fittings on the boom Mast fittings regalvanised New bowsprit and associated rigging Chain plate bolts replaced Schedule of works in previous ownership in preparation for a voyage to the Med 1997 Boat cover boat hook ensign staff and radio Crockery etc Warps fenders and legs Taylor s diesel cabin heater Bosun s chair Masthead tri colour nav lights pulpit nav lights Manual and electric bilge pumps Boarding ladder Manual windlass Danforth anchor Ample chain Large plough anchor 15kg Bruce anchorBarometer and clock Compass VHF radio Plastimo sounder Furuno radar Chart plotter Equipment Flexible water tanks under the settee berths Varnished coamings deck beams and cabin sole Painted forward bulkhead Table on cantilever stand pivoting off the stbd settee berth front Engine box step between Galley to stbd with settee trotter box under Stainless steel sink and drainer Recessed Plastimo 2 burner and grill gas cooker 2 Camping Gas bottles in a stainless steel cage suspended from the pulpit aft Lockers under the side deck Shelf over the after end of the port settee provides space for charts with switch board above and shelf for nav books Port and stbd settee berths with louvered doors to lockers up behind under the side decks Bulkhead to saloon cabin with varnished centre line door Jabsco sea toilet to port with louvered doors lockers behind Full length hanging locker alongside Storage pit locker below with twin louvered doors to lockers above to stbd Stbd off set doorway to a lobby in way of the mast Fore cabin with double berth big enough to sleep fore and aft or athwartships Chain locker bulkhead forward Accommodation 4 berths 3 x 12v batteries under the bridge deck New stainless steel fuel tank in 2005New shaft and cutlass bearing fitted at the same time Lister Alpha 30hp diesel installed in 1997 to conventional centre line shaft drive She sets approx 480sq working sail in main staysail and jib Storm trysailNo 2 JibNo 1 JibStaysailMainsailSails by South West Sails Penryn Cornwall 1997 Boomed staysail Furlex roller reefing gear to the end of the bowsprit Stainless steel rigging replaced by David Carne The Boathouse Falmouth in previous ownership around 1995 Bermudian cutter rig on varnished round section keel stepped pole mast single spreaders Peg rail on the after cock pit coaming holds the tiller as a primitive form of self steering common on older yachts Camping Gas bottle in a stainless steel wire cage suspended on the push pit Red and green nav light on the

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Caracole
    News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts Caracole Caracole Sold May 2013 A 1934 Bogle BERMUDIAN CUTTER designed by Dr Thomas Harrison Butler and built by Harry Feltham of Portsmouth Hampshire Overall Length 25ft 5ins on deck Waterline 22ft Beam 8ft Draught 4ft 9ins Displacement 6 Tons T M Engine 17hp Volvo Diesel Engine Designer Thomas Harrison Butler Builder Harry Feltham Location Devon Sail 355 Sq Ft Berths Four Year 1934 Price 9 500 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION 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 Feltham of Portsmouth boatyard for Edward Cox of Brighton a member of the Sussex Yacht Club and Little Ship Club Edward owned Caracole until 1950 when she was sold to Leslie Coggin of Marlborough In the early 1960 s Lt Col H V Rose of Revel Stoke House Noss Mayo bought Caracole and cruised from his Plymouth mooring as a member of the Royal Western Yacht Club of England In the late 1960 s the well known yachtsman Charles Rayner became the fourth owner Charles sailed extensively from his Bristol Channel Pill mooring and was a familiar sight at local sailing gatherings In the 1970 s Charles set sail to the Med where Caracole remained for some time During the 1980 s R Matthews of Totton owned the vessel keeping her on the Hamble In new ownership in the 1990 s Caracole once more sailed in the Bristol Channel and West Country Recent owners have included Flag Officers of the Harrison Butler Association Carvel pitch pine hull copper fastened to steam bent timbers at 6 inch centres Swept teak laid yacht deck and coach roof varnished teak cabin coamings with bronze port lights teak self draining cock pit teak rubbing strakes and toe rails 1 8 ton lead ballast keel new bronze keel bolts in 1989 last drawn in April 2005 Strap floors re galvanised May 2009 new bronze skin fittings May 2009 Long keel shaped stern with transom hung rudder round bilges spoon bow and sweet HB sheer Extended longer coach roof forward of the mast giving good headroom below following the Harrison Butler design Peradventure Four berths in two cabins Forward cabin with two single berths with infill to make a double Half athwartships bulkhead with starboard locker and Baby Blake heads to port overhauled in 2004 Comfortable saloon with polish teak finish white enamel and blue upholstery new in 2005 Settee berths to port and starboard drop leaf table lockers and shelves Taylors stove Galley to starboard with stainless steel sink unit with hand pump from flexible fresh water tank fitted in 2010

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Mary Gray
    Caithness Mermaid Tuppitoo Pelican Maybo Eagle Cayuco Zorg en Vlijt Liberty of Ruez Spirit of Joan Julian White Sands Crazy Diamond Rocador Boojum Diamond Kairos Marili La Boheme Wanted Links Contact News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts Mary Gray Mary Gray Sold July 2013 A 1939 Z Four Tonner Number Twenty Six designed by Dr T Harrison Butler and built by Alfred Lockhart Marine Ltd Brentford Essex Overall Length 21ft 9ins 6 7m Waterline 19ft Beam 7ft 2ins Draught 4ft Displacement 3 3 Tons Displacement Engine 9hp Yanmar Diesel Designer Thomas Harrison Butler Builder Alfred Lockhart Marine Location Chichester Harbour Sail 260 sq ft Plain Sail Berths Two Year 1938 Price 7 950 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The Zyklon design first drawn by Dr T Harrison Butler in the mid 1920 s has become an icon of pocket cruising yachts In 1937 THB was approached by Captain O M Watts to produce a weatherly 4 tonner which could be built on a production line basis the first of it s kind in the UK THB revised his earlier Cyclone design to produce the Zyklon Class Captain Watts approached the old established Brentford joiners and timber merchants Alfred Lockhart and a factory was set up in late 1937 where the first example was built The design was marketed as the Z Four Tonner and can be distinguished by the letter Z on the stemhead In 1938 the first full year of production fourteen examples were completed In order to complete the yachts quickly and economically an efficient assembly and costing system was used The work was divided in to twelve operations using pre made parts and sub assemblies taken into stock The construction is novel the hulls were built upside down on a steel mould taking four men

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Zebedee
    Jane Burgundy Treize Avila Alice Petite Fleur Coquet Fiorina St Alexander Petrel Nosila Tumblehome Maria Galante First Sterling Beyond Eileen Fleur Drumler Odyssey Bay Queen Syrinx Vagabond elle Sagamore Flower of Caithness Mermaid Tuppitoo Pelican Maybo Eagle Cayuco Zorg en Vlijt Liberty of Ruez Spirit of Joan Julian White Sands Crazy Diamond Rocador Boojum Diamond Kairos Marili La Boheme Wanted Links Contact News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts Zebedee Zebedee Sold A 1939 Z Four Tonner Bermudian Sloop No 16 designed by Dr T Harrison Butler and built by Alfred Lockhart Marine Ltd of Brentford Middlesex Overall Length 24 9 7 54m Waterline 19 6 5 93m Beam 7 2 2 18m Draught 4 1 21m Displacement 4 Tons T M Engine 5hp Brit Imp Designer Dr Thomas Harrison Butler Builder Alfred Lockhart Marine Location Ireland Sail 267 sq ft Fractional Rig Berths Two Year 1939 Price 4 750 Offers Broker s Details Dr Thomas Harrison Butler needs little introduction as one of the country s leading yacht designer of the 1930 s His work is much admired worldwide and yachts are still being built to his many varied cruising yacht designs The Z four tonners built to the Zyklon design are probably THB s most well know boats which were the first production yachts of their day successfully market by O M Watts of London These able cruising yachts with a well balanced hull will sail to windward unattended for some considerable time Zebedee purchased by the present owner in 2002 has been the subject of an on going program of restoration and improvement work which included stem repairs some new timbers under water seams raked out and re caulked bare wood re paint and varnish interior re furbished with International paints and Ephifanes varnish bilges finished

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Lindy 11
    Nosila Tumblehome Maria Galante First Sterling Beyond Eileen Fleur Drumler Odyssey Bay Queen Syrinx Vagabond elle Sagamore Flower of Caithness Mermaid Tuppitoo Pelican Maybo Eagle Cayuco Zorg en Vlijt Liberty of Ruez Spirit of Joan Julian White Sands Crazy Diamond Rocador Boojum Diamond Kairos Marili La Boheme Wanted Links Contact News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts Lindy 11 Lindy 11 Sold A 1936 Vindilis Bermudian Cutter Rigged Yawl designed by Dr T Harrison Butler and built by A H Moody Son of Swanwick Shore Hamble Hampshire Overall Length 30ft on deck 40ft over spars Waterline 22ft 6ins Beam 8ft 6ins Draught 4ft 4ins Displacement 6 5 Tons TM Engine 15hp Yanmar Diesel Designer Dr T Harrison Butler Builder A H Moody Son Location Hampshire Sail 400sq ft Bermudian Cutter Rig Berths Four Year 1936 Price 26 000 Broker s Details In 1935 the firm of A H Moody Son of Swanwick Shore on the River Hamble launched the first of the many yachts they would subsequently build Present at the launching of the Bermudian Yawl Vindilis was the man who had commissioned her to his own design and use Dr T Harrison Butler AINA A year later Moodys built another yacht to the same design for Ronald Pemberton of London using the same frames moulds and templates as Vindilis this was the yacht Lindy 11 Carvel planked in pitch pine full length one and a half inch thick copper fastened to one and a quarter inch steam bent oak timbers Forged bronze floors abundance of hanging and lodging knees Substantial beam shelf stringers and horn timbers Solid inch thich teak laid deck Teak cabin and coachrook coamings teak brightwork Long 1 8 ton lead ballast keel spoon bow counter stern round bilges Fo c sle with two full

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Little Kingfisher
    Eagle Cayuco Zorg en Vlijt Liberty of Ruez Spirit of Joan Julian White Sands Crazy Diamond Rocador Boojum Diamond Kairos Marili La Boheme Wanted Links Contact News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts Little Kingfisher Little Kingfisher Sold Harrison Butler Designed Yachts Required For Brokerage A 1926 Cyclone Gaff Rigged Yawl designed by Dr T Harrison Butler and built by A H Watty of Fowey Cornwall Overall Length 21ft 6ins Waterline 19ft Beam 7ft 3ins Draught 4ft Displacement 3 16 Tons Engine 10hp Yanmar Diesel Designer Thomas Harrison Butler Builder A H Watty of Fowey Location Cornwall Sail 317 sq ft Berths Two Berths Year 1926 Price 7 500 Broker s Details A rare example of the early Cyclone design by the highly respected designer Dr T Harrison Butler Writing in Yachting Monthly in 1932 THB explained the origins of the Cyclone Design Owners tell me that the Cyclone balances well on all points of sailing The draught has been kept down in order that the yacht may be suitable for estuary work The boat is stiff and sails at a moderate angle making her draught effective She is a reasonable performer to windward The cabinplans show that there is comfortable room for two The galley is placed aft to starboard and on the port side aft there is a pantry and food locker Forward on the port hand is a sideboard under which is a bread locker behind this a large cupboard extending well in to the forecastle fitted with shelves for clothes In the forecastle there is ample room for kit bags and a shelf to starboard for the anchor and side lights The spare sails stow on the shelf in the eyes of the yacht During the 1930 s Kingfisher was owned by John Carter of

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