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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Syrinx
    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 Archive Boats Syrinx Syrinx SOLD A 1936 GAFF RIGGED BROADS YACHT designed and built by William Parker of Oulton Broad Suffolk Overall Length 30ft 4ins Waterline 29ft 4ins Beam 9ft Draught 4ft 6ins Displacement 9 Tons T M Engine 20hp Thornycroft Petrol Engine Designer William Parker Builder W S Parker Marine Oulton Broad Location Suffolk Sail 480 sq ft Berths Four Year 1936 Price 8 950 Offers Invited Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION Syrinx is a tradtional style Broads Yacht designed by William Parker and built in 1936 at W S Parker Marine Oulton Broad Lowestoft William Parker has an established reputation in Norfolk as the designer of the extremely successful Waveney One Design Class in 1921 George Thorp commissioned William to design and build Syrinx a gaff rigged auxiliary sloop in 1936 George already owned Picaroon a 1912 built 26ft Sloop also designed and built by William Parker George Thorp a member of the Humber Yawl Club and Waveney Sailing Club owned Syrinx for nearly thirty years Her second owner was D Meyrick of Selby followed in 1970 by D Jubb of Hepworth who

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - 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 Archive Boats Vagabond elle Vagabond elle A 1970 Custom Built BERMUDIAN SLOOP designed by Ryszard Langer and built by Szczecinska Stocznia Yachtowa Poland Overall Length 47ft 6ins Waterline 40ft 4ins Beam 12ft 6ins Draught 7ft 9ins Displacement 14 Tons TM Engine 55hp Volvo Diesel Designer Ryszard Langer Builder Szczecinska Stocznia Yachtowa Location France Sail 130 sq m Berths Six Year 1970 Price EUR 165 000 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION Vagabond elle was built in 1970 and purchased by her current French owners for polar exploration in 1995 and is one of a succession of Vagabond yachts made famous through books films exhibitions and television programmes by their voyaging owners undertaking scientific research Built by Szczecinska Stocznia Yachtowa of Gdansk to a design by Ryszard Langer Vagabond elle has completed 1 000 s of nautical miles during the last fifteen years the owners are now looking to down size although the vessel was totally re fitted in 1997 and up graded in 2010 and 2011 Ryszard Langer is a well respected naval architect designer of over 200 sailing yachts and three tall ships Vagabond elle is of cold moulded mahogany construction with composite frames teak laid deck on marine ply sub deck Varnished mahogany superstructure Keel stepped aluminium mast with stainless steel standing rigging and lancelin running rigging 2009 Five Narwahl Ocean and X Voiles sails Profurl main jib and genoa reefing and Karver storm jib reefing Total sail area 130 Sq metres 55hp Volvo D2 55 fitted new in 2007 Three blade propeller Two 220 litre and one 70

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Sagamore
    river Villain in Brittany and was locally cruised In 2006 when purchased by the present owner she was returned to Falmouth UK by the owner his son and friend While in Cornwall Sagamore was cruised exclusively in Cornish waters during the summer months In 2009 the owner and his son undertook a successful and enjoyable cruise from Falmouth to Sicily in two stages Falmouth Gibraltar direct then Gibraltar directly to Trapani in western Sicily Sagamore has been based in Trapani up to the present day cruising locally and as far as the Aeolian Islands north west of Staits of Messina During the winter period Sagamore has been berthed and maintained at the premises of Cantieri Miceli Via Ilio 12 Trapani Sicily The vessel in in good order throughout ready for inspection and further cruising A heavily moulded GRP hull with white gelcoat finish and overpainted navy blue sheer band Oiled Teak capping rail Teak trim in cockpit Laid teak to cockpit seating and bridge deck 10mm teak facing over marine ply construction to main and forward doghouses with laid teak on top The main doghouse galley with 9 port holes in bronze 3 fixed and 6 opening The forward doghouse with one opening reversible deck hatch plus additional Gebo deck hatches over the saloon Heavily bonded structural floors and externally bolted iron ballast keel Laminated deck beams with overlaid 18mm Marine plywood deck being epoxy coated to the underside before painting Epoxy resin and E cloth sheathing externally being finished with a light grey anti slip deck paint The interior is Oak in the forward cabin and main saloon with Mahogany joinery in the galley and navigation area The sole boards throughout are of marine ply overlaid with 10mm thickness Teak Before fitting out the interior the hull was lined from the beam shelf to the waterline with 10mm Insulsheet a closed cell rubber sheet material with half hour fire resistant rating and 5 max moisture absorption This has proven to prevent any condensation even in extreme cold The underwater hull was treated with four coats of Blakes solvent free epoxy before launching Stainless steel pulpit 30 inch high stanchions and double guardwires with two gates S steel pushpit Stainless steel mast support rails SPARS RIG Deck stepped silver anodised mast by John Powell equipped with mast steps and rigged with 8mm Dyform wire and Norseman terminals booming out spar stowed at mast and main boom with slab reefing Two Lewmar 30 self tailing halliard winches and one single speed S T winch for reefing Two 2 speed S T Lewmar 52 sheet winches SAILS By McWilliams of Cowes in tan coloured terylene and include Mainsail 415 sq ft No 1 Yankee 361 sq ft No 2 Yankee 240 sq ft Staysail 125 sq ft All headsails hanked ENGINE Perkins 4 108 4 cylinder diesel engine fitted with Hurth gearbox and three bladed propeller Serviced November 2011 Tanks Fuel Steel tank glass fibre sheathed from new 100 gallons installed behind

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Flower of Caithness
    are sawn oak in pairs with 4 steam bent intermediate timbers on an oak back bone The planking is fastened to the sawn oak frames with galvanised boat nails and with copper rivets and roves to the stem bent timbers The beamshelf is constructed with shelf and clamp to give a very strong girder Long external iron ballast keel cast by Iron Bros of Wadebridge Cornwall 14 stainless steel keel bolts in pairs Oak floors with stainless steel brackets between floors and keel bolts to tie them together The deck is laid in 1 ¾ iroko caulked and payed in pitch and sealed with linseed oil yacht laid to the white painted iroko cover boards Iroko deck beams half beams and carlings with bronze tie rods between carlings and beamshelf to stop spread 6 step in the deck midships just forward of the main mast gives extra head room in the main accommodation 12 bulwark all round on oak stanchions through the cover boards separate from the frames with varnished iroko capping rail Twin waist high guard wires from the fore mast rigging to aft round the permanent main boom crutch The cock pit is formed by a large self draining foot well with seating on the deck Locker doors in the vertical sides to the well to generous stowage under the side decks and access to aft Wide bridge deck between the well and the aft coach roof which shelters the crew in the cock pit Wheel steering on Edson bronze double screw gear to the rudder stock is positive and sensitive Massive oak twin bronze capped Sampson posts in the after corners of the cock pit take the mooring lines Massive oak bronze capped Sampson post on the fore deck takes the heel of the fixed bowsprit and the fwd mooring lines Twin coach roofs with painted plywood coamings fitted with rectangular fixed windows Roofs formed by 2 x ½ ply epoxy glass sheathed varnished iroko margin boards with nicely moulded edges and rounded corners Pair of bronze opening ports in the coamings either side of the hatch and another pair in the forward facing coaming After coach roof with sliding hatch and wash board cabin entrance from the cock pit into the aft accommodation Dorade vents either side the hatch and a further pair on the coach roof deck fwd Forward coach roof built the same as the after coach roof with varnished iroko sliding hatch and washboard entrance Between the two coach roofs is a square coaming with opaque grp roof to give light and head room to the midships cabin below Gaff schooner rig on varnished solid pine masts Pole fore mast Main mast set up to take a fidded topmast Varnished slab reef booms on twin galvanised steel mast bands the mainsail boom extended over the counter Varnished pine gaffs with leathered saddles Galvanised wire standing rigging set up with square rig splices to galvanised rigging screws to external galvanised steel chain plates Twin

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Mermaid
    fearing the mud did not give way and Rowena had to put her helm hard down to keep clear The tiller of the latter broke off and she went stem on to the Hagarene amidships Her bowsprit got under the others boom her bobstay broke and snap went her bowsprit close off The Hagarene then got on the mud two of her men were so much alarmed by the collision that they jumped overboard and stayed for half an hour Rowena which but for this misfortune would have a good chance of a prize having to compete with yachts on tolerably equal terms with herself brought up off the Hard where the other afterwards joined her both being of course now out of the race The Mermaid came down past the station vessel first leading by about ten seconds but the other soon overhauled her and kept the lead throughout At the end of the first round excluding time allowance she led by 6m 47s and to show at what an equal pace the vessels sailed it may be mentioned that though May lost her topmast on the second round she gained twelve seconds on the other Report from Hunt s Yachting Magazine A more impressive success is recorded by the inscription on a clock in the possession of George Lillingston grandson of the above which reads Won by Cutter Yacht Mermaid Lieut Lillingston R N at Hamble Sept 19th 1878 Two years later in the Southsea Regatta held on August 16th 1880 Mermaid took the first prize in the race for yachts of 11 to 20 tons For this race the entries were Gadfly 20 tons Capt E Sutton Fingal 20 tons Capts Rasch and Kennedy Constance 15 tons F H Arles Esq Mermaid 13 tons F G Lillingston Esq RN Cynthia 15 tons F Lapthorn Esq Waveney 17 tons Capt J S Smith and Playmate 12 tons T M Cheane Esq Report from Hunt s Yachting Magazine John Morant bought Mermaid in 1883 and kept her for 5 years John Morant 1825 1894 lived at Brockenhurst Park Lymington Hampshire Like the Ricketts family the Morants had moved to Jamaica shortly after the British had seized the island in 1655 By 1754 a John Morant owned 4 631 acres in Clarendon and 3 582 acres in Vere the sugar plantations being called The Bog Ballards River Chateau and Penders River It is recorded that in 1824 John Morant the father of Mermaid s owner owned 487 slaves on his Jamaica plantations The family bought the Brockenhurst House estate in 1770 and it became known as Brockenhurst Park in the later nineteenth century In 1888 Mermaid was sold to John Weston Foakes M D of 45 South Street Grosvenor Square London He died in September 1888 at the age of 65 and Mermaid passed to his widow Mrs Bessie Sarns Foakes who kept the yacht for a number of years In 1896 Charles Smith of Park Lodge Truro Road Woodgreen London bought Mermaid and kept her for 10 years Charles Smith had been a bank clerk as had been his father Robert but when he owned Mermaid he was a self employed insurance broker Up till 1896 Mermaid s home port is given as Southampton but in that year Charles Smith had her registered in London under part 1 registry with the official number 105 779 He entered Mermaid in a race held by the Royal Burnham Yacht Club in June 1896 Mermaid was first across the line but spent five minutes aground on Foulness Island and was unplaced Charles Smith belonged to the Royal Burnham Yacht Club and the Royal Corinthian Yacht Club From 1907 1908 Mermaid was owned by George Pardy of 2 Blomfield Villas Uxbridge Road Middlesex He was a member of the Royal Burnham Yacht Club and the Royal Temple Yacht Club There is no record that we have found yet as to what happened to her during the First World War and immediately after By 1922 Mermaid is recorded as belonging to A Boyes of Stanley Park Brightlingsea Colne He was a member of the Colne Yacht Club the Royal Temple YC and the Walton and Frinton YC In 1924 Arthur Leslie Jasper of Wenlocks Blackmore Chelmsford was the sole owner of Mermaid but jointly owned by1927 by A Leslie Jasper and S I Veale They were members of Colne Yacht Club Arthur s grandson James has provided the following information Yes my Grandfather owned the Mermaid and then jointly owned it with Stafford Veale Stafford was an artist and I have a picture of the Mermaid drawn in pencil The Mermaid is sailing and at sea however it is obviously in black and white The anecdotal evidence is that Alfred my Grandfather and Stafford used the Mermaid to do petty smuggling as well as to enjoy sailing I believe they sailed the river blackwater My father was kept on the boat as a young baby in a drawer and when his mother and father went ashore to a party in Mersea his mother mentioned that she had a baby on board and didn t know what to do with it she came from a wealthy family and had servants so some people in Mersea offered to look after the baby and he was raised on and off by them in Mersea while his mum and dad lived a carefree existance Whilst working on Mermaid Chris found an empty bottle which had held baby food The bottle has these moulded letters on it MELLINS INFANTS FOOD LONDON In 1928 for two years Mermaid is owned soley by Stafford Ives Veale 1890 1961 a marine and poster artist of 33 Chancery Lane London In 1931 Arthur E Hagg of Maloola Marsh Lane Stanmoore Middlesex is recorded owner He fitted Mermaid with a Morris London 4 cylinder petrol motor made in America In 1933 he registered Mermaid II with Lloyd s as a 40 foot auxiliary ketch

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Tuppitoo
    built by Shuttlewoods of Paglesham Essex in 1965 to Lloyds 100A1 This is a particularly good quality original construction as demonstrated by the materials the yard chosen to build and the Lloyds supervision She was maintained in class until 1978 Planked in 1 mahogany above the water line iroko below water line all copper fastened to rock elm steamed timbers approx 1 ½ x 1 ¼ 9 c on an iroko back bone Approx 2 5 ton external lead ballast keel secured with bronze keel bolts several removed for checking in 2003 Ferrous strap floors Scrubbed teak yacht laid deck over a ply sub deck with varnished teak king plank and cover boards Deep teak toe rails varnished on the inside faces Oak Sampson post and pair of substantial mooring cleats on the fore deck stainless steel stemhead fitting Self draining cock pit with deep varnished teak coamings scrubbed teak laid seat lockers each side and bridge deck and teak laid well Transom hung rudder with tiller Coach roof with varnished teak coamings slightly stepped up to a dog house aft fitted with windows each side hatch on the fore end of the coach roof grab rails each side Masthead Bermudian sloop rig on Sparlight alloy mast stepped on the coach roof deck with single spreaders twin standing back stays to the quarters Slab reef alloy boom with rigid telescopic kicker sheeted to a s s horse on the transom Stainless steel standing rigging approx 12 years old with bronze rigging screws to internal stainless steel chain plates Bronze captive wire main halyard winch on the mast Pair of Lewmar 40 self tail genoa sheet winches on the coamings Pair of Gibb 16RA secondary winches Mainsail 240sq by Penrose of Falmouth 2004 Light genoa Medium genoa approx 360sq on roller gear Small genoa Blaster on hanks Storm jib on hanks 2 older mainsails Volvo 2020 20hp 3 cylinder diesel installed approx 2000 Single lever controls Centre line installation under the bridge deck with stainless steel shaft to centre line 3 blade prop gives 5knts cruising 2 x 6 gall stainless steel fuel tanks one under the cabin sole with auto pump to the higher tank under cock pit sole 2 x 12v batteries under the chart desk with Adverc battery management system 12v circuits with modern switch board behind the cabin steps 2 solar panels on the coach roof 4 berths with the possibility to extend a saloon berth to a double to make 5 berths V berths in the fore cabin Varnished mahogany joinery lockers under the berths Standing space between the berths with head room under the fore hatch on the front end of the coach roof Oval bulkhead door to stbd sea toilet A hand basin on a shelf slides away under the side deck drains overboard Port locker space Oval bulkhead door to saloon cabin The 2 doors close off this athartships ablutions compartment under the mast Very attractive saloon cabin with wide port and stbd

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Pelican
    Tide Majessa June Amelia Le Mirage Grace Anne Papillon Wendy Ken Grassholm Griffin Barbary T Rakes Retreat MARIGOLD Jorvic Lady Cate Ozzy Grenadier Bouledogue Jomalou Belmura Bulla 11 Charles Ashley Musette Saltire Mary Jane 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 Archive Boats Pelican Pelican A Traditional GAFF CUTTER built in Lympstone East Devon in 1994 Overall Length 25ft Waterline 24ft Beam 7ft 7ins Draught 3ft Displacement 4 Tons T M Engine 8hp Honda OB Motor Designer Traditional Builder Lympstone Boatbuilder Location East Devon Sail Gaff Cutter Rig Berths Two Year 1994 Price 4 995 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION P elican is an attractive pocket cruiser built to a traditional shoal draught design by a local Lympstone boatbuilder in 1993 94 She is ideal suited to the River Exe and for estuary and coastal cruising Carvel timber planked hull GRP sheathed from new marine ply decks and painted timber coachroof and cabin coamings Gaff Cutter Rig with 26ft deck stepped

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Maybo Eagle
    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 Archive Boats Maybo Eagle Maybo Eagle A 1948 Eagle Class TWIN SCREW MOTOR YACHT designed and built by William Osborne Ltd of Arun Shipyard Littlehampton West Sussex Overall Length 41 ft Waterline 39 ft Beam 11 ft Draught 3 ft 6 ins Displacement 18 Tons TM Engine Twin 49hp BMC Commander Diesels Designer William Osborne Builder Osbornes of Littlehampton Location West Sussex Sail n a Berths Five Year 1948 Price 40 000 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION Maybo Eagle is one of a small number of motor yachts built during the late 1940 s to the Eagle Class design by William Osborne Ltd of Littlehampton The Eagle was the largest of a group of four designs produced by the yard after the War the others being the Osprey Kestrel and Swift Maybo Eagle was built for Robert Buckland of London a member of The Little Ship Club who only owned her for a few years before selling in the early 1950 s to W J Cripps of Russell Court Bournemouth a member of The Royal Motor Yacht Club he renamed her Lucia 11 After a succession of owners and back to her original registered name she returned to the South Coast to near where she was built some sixty years before In the current ownership the vessel has been considerably up graded and regularly makes sea passages along the South Coast Maybo Eagle was the subject of a feature in Classic Boat Magazine in 1996 Close seamed double diagonal mahogany hull copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers Solid teak

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