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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - ALISON
    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 Alison ALISON SOLD Similar Vessels Required A BERMUDIAN KETCH RIGGED MOTOR SAILER designed by John Bain and built in 1962 by R A Newman Sons Poole Dorset Overall Length 35ft 6ins 10 36m Waterline 32ft 9 76m Beam 11ft 3 33m Draught 4ft 8ins 1 96m Displacement 15 Tons TM Engine 63hp Thornycroft Diesel Designer John Bain Builder Newmans of Poole Location East Coast Sail Bermudian Sloop Rig Berths Six Berths Year 1962 Price 25 000 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION Designed by the famous marine architect and former director of Clyde based Silvers John Bain has a good reputation for fine motor yachts and for the series of Miss Silver Class motor sailers Alison is an enlarged and improved version of this class and offers roomy accommodation having a full width saloon coachroof allowing good standing headroom below and good foreward deck space for sail changing The centre cockpit with a doghouse in the Hillyard style gives good access to the owners aft stateroom Built in 1962 for Harold Musker OBE MC of Riverlea Warsash and launched as Fiducia of Warsash The second registered owner William Cheal re named the vessel Alison and in 1973 converted her to a sloop keeping her on a mooring at Littlehampton In the present sixteen year ownership Alison has practically been re built and is in excellent order through as evidenced in the July 2012 survey report Carvel mahogany planking on heavy sawn oak frames with two steam bent intermediate timbers copper fastened The sawn frames have been refastened wirg 2 5 inch silicone bronze wood screws Massive oak floors with re galvanised steel

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - MELISSA B ll
    Diamond Rocador Boojum Diamond Kairos Marili La Boheme Wanted Links Contact News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts Melissa B ll MELISSA B ll A PROFESSIONALLY RESTORED MISS SILVER CLASS MOTOR SAILER designed by John Bain and built in 1963 by James Silver of Rosneath Argyllshire Offered with a spectacular Cornish marina mooring on the River Fal Overall Length 31ft Waterline 27ft 5ins Beam 10ft Draught 3ft 6ins Displacement 10 Tons TM Engine 50hp Beta Diesel Designer John Bain Builder Silvers of Rosneath Location Cornwall Sail 278 sq ft Berths Four Year 1963 Price 95 000 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION Melissa B ll is undoubtedly one of the best examples available of this popular class of motor sailer designed by the famous marine architect John Bain and built by Silvers of Rosneath James A Silver need little introduction as one of the finest yacht yards of their day Established in 1910 they built a range of quality motor yachts and motor sailers until their closure in 1971 John Bain was a director and marine architect with Silvers from those early years until his retirement in 1957 In the early 1960 s Silvers revised a 1948 Bain designed yacht Silver Minx and produced a series of spacious fifty fifty motor sailers which they named the Miss Silver class Many of these vessels have made remarkable voyages and several are in the Med They possess a suprising turn of speed under sail and are weatherly capable passage makers Melissa B ll is probably the best example of the popular Miss Silver class motor sailer built by James A Silver Ltd of Rosneath Scotland She is a comfortable vessel with 6 headroom in the main cabin and wheelhouse and 5 10 in the aft cabin 4 berths in fore and aft cabins and a heads compartment With her shallow draught she is perfect for estuary and coastal cruising as well as longer voyages Melissa B ll was extensively refitted in 2003 2005 by the renowned Ocean Yacht Company in Cornwall to a very high standard including a new teak deck and cabin sides In her current 17 year ownership Melissa B ll has been upgraded to her current beautiful condition She turns heads and is the subject of many admiring comments Construction Description Carvel Mahogany planked hull copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers Teak laid decks varnished teak superstructure Long keel iron external and lead internal ballast steel plate rudder Saloon with two upholstered settee berths port and starboard with lockers behind and below with a book shelf above Drop leaf cabin table wardrobe glass fronted cabinet cutlery drawer coach roof hatch Galley with Force 10 three burner gas cooker having oven and grill double stainless steel sink h c Refrigerator with ice compartment Crockery racks and lockers Wheelhouse with teak panelling port helm position and instrumentation chart table Raymarine instruments including Digital VHF Autopilot C Series Chart plotter with Radar Echo Sounder Log Wind Instruments also Compass and EPRIB

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - ORTAC
    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 Ortac ORTAC A 1937 ROYAL OCEAN RACING CLUB CLASS ll RACER designed by Robert Clark and built by Morgan Giles of Teignmouth Devon Overall Length 49ft Waterline 35ft Beam 11ft Draught 7ft 6ins Displacement 20 Tons TM Engine 72hp Sole Diesel Designer Robert Clark Builder Morgan Giles Location Spain Sail 940 sq ft Berths Seven Year 1937 Price EUR 190 000 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION On her appearance in 1937 Ortac set a standard for first class ocean racing and her design remains to this day an all time classic During a long and successful career her name became one of the best known in the Ocean Racing fleet After winning the RORC championship in 1937 Ortac went on to win most of her starts In 1953 she raced under the flag of the Hamburg Nautical School before going on to take part in the 1966 Transatlantic Race In 1970 Ortac won the Cowes Week Championship Much has been written about Ortac over the years Uffa Fox dedicated a chapter in his 1937 book Racing Cruising and Design and the Yachting World Annual of 1957 features Ortac Built in 1937 for Col C F King by Morgan Giles of

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - SENORITA
    of which are approximately 4 5 inches thick New mast partners were made using oak and the original skylight was fitted on top of the new deck house This new addition has provided much increased headroom and allowed for the provision of more port lights bringing more light and ventilation down below The panelling in the main saloon is easily removed to access the chain plate fastenings The bolts from the chain plates have been removed It should also be noted that the original iron chain plate bolsters were rotted These were removed and replaced with new oak bolsters Any framing repairs required were done using white oak In addition originally the chain plates were simply bolted through the frames By straddled the frames with 2X8 timbers fastened to the frames then re bolted the chain plates through thus spreading the load over a much wider area Provision has been made for beaching legs should they be required in the future Aft of the main saloon the next original bulkhead has been thickened and well fastened to the hull to provide extra rigidity rather than being merely a partition The sole of the main companionway and supporting beams have been re built The heads and large shower were put in place in what had been the original galley Here the new beam shelf joins the original which was found to be in serviceable condition AFT This area which originally had the cockpit needed extensive repairs All the deck beams had to be replaced completely to the end of the counter Repairs had to be made to the horn timbers The planking was refastened to this All lodging and hanging knees were removed and replaced Little was left of the original counter This had to be rebuilt The original was extraordinarily heavy using large sections of oak which had become saturated and placed a huge burden on the overhang The re constructed had to be equally strong but at least 50 lighter Everything in this area is new and well ventilated FRAMING AND GENERAL REPAIRS All frames in the counter were replaced using oak laminated with West System These were bolted in place using 3 8 hot dipped galvanized bolts In the companionway and aft cabin a weakness had been observed where the framing ran behind the stringer For some reason Philips had managed to stagger every futtock joint directly above the bilge stringer In this area doubled frames of white oak help support this weakness which may have been fine when the boat was new but now needed a little help These frames were all fastened with hot dipped 3 8 bolts The bilge stringer throughout the boat has been refastened with ½ inch hot dipped galvanized bolts In the main saloon some repairs were done to the framing on the port side Some were removed and replaced but on the whole the original oak framing appears to be very strong On the starboard side the framing was not rotted

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - TIOGA - New Guide Price
    White Sands Crazy Diamond Rocador Boojum Diamond Kairos Marili La Boheme Wanted Links Contact News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts Tioga TIOGA New Guide Price A 1988 TIOGA 57 CRUISER RACER KETCH designed by L Francis Herreschoff and built by Hinckley Maine USA Overall Length 57ft on deck 72ft over spars Waterline 48ft Beam 13ft 6ins Draught 4ft 9ins Displacement 20 Tons Engine 125hp Yanmar Diesel Designer L Frances Herreschoff Builder Hinckley of Maine Location South of France Sail Ketch Rig Berths Five Year 1988 Price 310 000 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION A 1988 Tioga 57 built to the original 1931 design by the famous naval architect Lewis Frances Herreschoff 1890 1972 T his beautiful sailing yacht is of impeccable pedigree and an icon of yachting Tioga designed in 1931 by L Francis Herreshoff arguably America s most famous and respected naval architect remains a timeless classic She is one of the most famous designs of L Francis Herreshoff an independant designer of over 486 vessels including America s Cup contenders and the J Class Whirlwind Tioga is a well prove cruising yacht and very successful in the classic regattas easy to handle for two people and also nice and easy to sail just for a day cruise In 2005 2006 Tioga was completely re fitted at the well known Böbs Shipyard in northern Germany With a brand new engine bathroom electrical installation interior new upholstery and a new paint finish of the whole yacht and rig Following the re fit Tioga was sailed over 8000 miles in Scandinavian waters and through the Atlantic to the Mediterranean There she is an eye catcher at St Tropez and the other top Mediterranean venues and raced successfully in the classic events She is measured as a true traditional sailing

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - JUNE
    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 June JUNE SOLD A 1939 ZYKLON DESIGN Z FOUR TONNER BERMUDIAN CUTTER designed by Dr T Harrison Butler and built by Alfred Lockhart Marine Ltd Brentford Essex Overall Length 21ft 9ins Waterline 19ft Beam 7ft 2ins Draught 4ft Displacement 4 Tons T M Engine New 10ph Yanmar Diesel Designer Dr T Harrison Butler Builder Alfred Lockhart Marine Location West Scotland Sail Bermudian Cutter Berths Two Year 1939 Price 3 500 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 a week to plank A six week delivery for all Z4 orders was quoted the price in 1938 being 297 rising to 339 in 1939 By the end of 1939 forty eight Z Four Tonners had been built and sold and the class was gaining a superb reputation with Yachting Monthly features reporting extended voyages Had the Second World War not intervened many more examples would have been built although several other boatyards also built examples of the Zyklon design Captain Watts had plans to build and market other THB designs however after the war Lockharts were engaged with joinery work to repair bomb damaged houses in London hence materials were scarce for yacht building with very few buyers interested in new boats Carvel larch planked hull copper fastened to steam bent timbers Cast iron1 25 ton iron cast keel

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - MERLE ROSE
    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 Merle Rose MERLE ROSE A 1968 VIKING CLASS CRUISER RACER designed by Alan H Buchanan and built by J W Shuttlewood Son Ltd of Paglesham Essex to Lloyds 100A1 Class Overall Length 31ft Waterline 24ft Beam 9ft Draught 4ft 6ins Displacement 11 400lbs 9 Tons TM Engine 24hp Volvo Diesel Designer Alan H Buchanan Builder Shuttlewood of Paglesham Location Italy Sail Masthead Bermudian Rig sets 70 sq m Berths Four Year 1968 Price 17 750 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The Viking Class dates from the mid 1950 s although over the years the designer Alan Buchanan modified and improved the overall lines to provide a good cruising yacht that rated well under the RORC rule The Viking Class has an excellent record for racing winning many off shore events during the 1960 s 1970 s They have an easily managed masthead sail plan and are stiff powerful sea boats Examples have been built throughout Europe which cruised in the Mediterranean and Baltic In 1962 a Viking completed a transatlantic passage and cruise in the West Indies The Viking is a great sucess story for Alan Buchanan who produced this good all round quality design Merle Rose was built in

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - VIDI
    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 Vidi VIDI SOLD A FULLY RESTORED S55 SPITZGATTER designed by M S J Hansen and built in 1938 by Navy Dockyard Copenhagen Denmark Overall Length 33ft 6ins 10 16m Waterline 27ft 5ins Beam 10ft 2ins 3 10m Draught 5ft 1 55m Displacement 10 Tons Engine 43hp Nanni Diesel Designer M S J Hansen Builder Navy Dockyard Copenhagen Location Mallorca Sail Bermudian Sloop 55 sq m Berths Four Berths Year 1938 Price EUR 25 000 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The Spitzgatter is a traditional design from the Scandinavian region associated with a distinct hull form with the stern lines tapering to form a double ended vessel with a large swept rudder Spitzgatter have a high stability and immense seaworthness and the design not dissimilar to a Colin Archer has been used as regional workboats and lifeboats In the 1930 s M S J Hansen a well known yacht designer developed the Spitzgatter as a private yacht Three S55 Spitzgatter yachts were built during the 1930 s by the Navy Dockyard in Copenhagen One was wrecked in the Second World War the second sold to the USA and the third named Vidi the last of this type in Europe was restored in 2010 11 Following a keel up restoration the yacht was extensively equipped for all seasons sailing professionally maintained she is currently in commission sailing in the Balearic Islands Substantial Nordic Pine construction 1 4 inch planking on sawn oak frames having intermediate steamed timbers through copper fastened Oak centre line and deadwood with 4

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