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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Dowsabel
    including sailing up the Amazon During the recent refit the owner found mosquito repellent from British Honduras which rather confirms the history Sold to the present owner in 2007 then lying in Cornwall and in need of a refit she moved up to Arbroath where she now lies and was refitted before relaunch in 2008 Health issues oblige sale now Long keel with pointed canoe stern Aft cock pit Tiller steering Planked in mahogany above the water line larch below all copper fastened to steamed oak timbers There are a number of apparently laminated heavy ring frames and a single stringer Oak back bone with elm dead woods The size and spacing of the structural members indicates a particularly robust construction Extenal iron ballast keel Some internal lead trimming ballast Oak floors Bronze strap floors Galvanised steel keel bolts The deck is laid in GRP sheathed ply and painted on longditudinal deck beams with extra reinforcing in way of the mast The coach roof is relatively narrow leaving generous safe and uncluttered side decks and fore deck Large cleat on the fore deck takes mooring lines Manual windlass Small hatch on the aft deck gives access to the lazarette The coamings are in marine ply painted and fitted with opening rectangular windows The coach roof steps up to a dog house at the after end hatch on the fore end in front of the mast and varnished grab rails each side with a pair of vents on Dorade boxes aft of the mast A new gantry carries the life raft on the dog house roof Timber steps each side of the mast in way and granny bars on the side decks provide extra security when working at the mast Deep varnished mahogany toe rail all round the deck with stainless steel pulpit push pit and stanchions all round Twin guard wires and netting Stainless steel boom support arch over the cock pit provides extra security when leaving the cock pit Double chain roller stainless steel stemhead fitting Bronze deck vents Small deep self draining cock pit with seat lockers each side Bridge deck double doors and sliding hatch to the cabin entrance Nice quality spray hood over the cock pit Folding tiller with chains to the Aries self steering gear protected by the push pit Cutter rigged Bermudian yawl on alloy masts The main is stepped through the coach roof onto the keel double spreaders with twin standing back stays Twin spinnaker pole tracks on the forward face Stainless steel granny bars each side of the mast Alloy mizzen mast stepped on the aft deck Varnished pine rectangular section main boom with slab reefing and bronze sail track sheets to an alloy track behind the cock pit Varnished slab reef mizzen boom Stainless steel rigging with Norseman terminals all new in 1998 and little used with s s rigging screws to internal galvanised chain plates Twin fore stays to the stemhead single inner fore stay to the fore deck Twin

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Jenetta
    Julian White Sands Crazy Diamond Rocador Boojum Diamond Kairos Marili La Boheme Wanted Links Contact News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts Jenetta Jenetta A 1939 International Rating Class Twelve Metre designed by Alfred Mylne and built by Bute Slip Dock Co of Ardmaleish Port Bannatyne Scotland Overall Length 59ft 8ins 21 70m Waterline 46ft 6ins Beam 12ft 3 66m Draught 9ft Displacement 27 Tons Engine TBA Designer Alfred Mylne Builder Bute Slip Dock Co Location North Germany Sail Bermudian sloop Berths n a Year 1939 Price EUR 1 800 000 ex vat Fully Restored Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION T he legend of Sir William P Burton KBE 1864 1942 is well known in classic racing circles Yachting however is the sport of sports to Mr Burton and it is in connection therewith that his name is the more widely known and associated wrote an English journalist in 1920 of William P Burton the most famous British amateur skipper of all time When in 1913 Sir Thomas Lipton launched his fourth challenge for the America s Cup yachting circles wondered who the future skipper would be Among the names banded around were Sycamore and Wringe The surprise came in June 1913 During a dinner organised by his yacht club the Royal Harwich William P Burton announced himself as skipper of Sir Thomas Lipton s Shamrock IV The most prestigious British amateur yachtsman would have the honour of sailing for the America s Cup He was not the first amateur to do so however In 1886 Dan Bradford had skippered Galatea Lieutenant William Henn s challenger helmed by English naval architect John Beavor Webb The choice of Burton he would later be knighted was nothing surprising As with most of the amateur yachtsmen Burton began his career at the end of 1880s sailing small yachts Later on he became one of the foremost skippers in the 52 footer class Linear Rule which were in a sense the maxis of the time He distinguished himself aboard his own boats the Penitent Gauntlet Lucida Moyana and especially the Britomart Burton then sailed with similar success his 15 metre boat Ostara and his 19 metre boat Octavia So in 1913 Burton could claim to have sailed more than 1 000 races and to have won more than 600 It made good sense that this big boat specialist was preferred to the professional skippers to steer Shamrock IV After the First World War delayed the America s Cup until 1920 Burton nearly won against the defender Resolute helmed by another amateur skipper Charles F Adams Burton took the first two races something not seen since 1870 Just one more win was needed to snatch the trophy but Adams succeeded in turning the tables and won three races in a row It seemed that the Cup was never going to change hands and the atmosphere aboard the challenger deteriorated The crew resented Mrs Burton s presence and naval architect Charles E Nicholson the boat

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Flying Cloud - Reduced Price
    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 Flying Cloud Flying Cloud Reduced Price A 1965 CLYST CLASS BERMUDIAN SLOOP designed and built by J J Bickford MRNA of Exmouth Devon Overall Length 21 8 Waterline 18 Beam 6 6 Draught 3 3 Displacement 3 5 Tons TM Engine 10hp Yanmar Diesel Designer J Bickford Builder J J Bickford Ltd of Topsham Location South West Sail 250 sq ft Berths Two Three Year 1965 Price 2 995 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION Flying Cloud was built to the Clyst One Design Class in 1965 one of the five 3 5 tonners known to having been built Flying Cloud being number four in the series The class featured in Yachting Monthly in November 1967 were also available as 7 tonners and were built at Odam s Wharf Topsham Devon by J J Bickford Ltd naval architects yacht boat builders With a ballast ratio of 40 Flying Cloud is a capable sea going yacht with a wide long keel and beaching legs therefore able to take the ground with little fuss She is well equipped for serious cruising having an efficient masthead rig full set of sails and a modern Yanmar 1GM 10 diesel auxiliary In the present nine year ownership Flying Cloud has been completely re fitted before extensively cruising in the British Isles and down the West Coast of France to La Rochelle Other notable cruises in recent years include from Bristol to Scilly Ile de Groix Gulf du Morbihan and all Islands en route

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Ruddy Duck
    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 Ruddy Duck Ruddy Duck A 1960 Thames Bawley 6 Tonner designed by Maurice Griffiths and built by Johnson Sons Jago Ltd of Leigh on Sea Essex Overall Length 26ft Waterline 23ft Beam 8ft 3ins Draught 3ft 6ins Displacement 6 Tons T M Engine 20hp Bukh Diesel Designer Maurice Griffiths Builder Johnson Jago Location South Coast Sail 400sq ft Masthead Bermudian Sloop Rig Berths Four Year 1960 Price 9 950 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The Thames Bawley Class was another successful shoal draught design from the board of Maurice Griffiths This sturdy family boat designed on traditional lines has moderate overhangs bow and stern a long straight keel with a hull shape influenced by the local fishing Bawleys of the Essex Coast The Thames Bawley is designed and built to stand up to the worst East Coast conditions and the short steep seas of the Thames Estuary and elsewhere With her moderate draught the Bawley can explore creeks and estuaries and can take the ground without anxiety Underway she will sail herself with the helm lashed or lie quietly hove to under most combinations of sail The full width cabin allows plenty of working deck space whilst giving spacious below decks accommodation for up to four people with 6ft 2ins headroom under the doghouse and 5ft 4ins forward Planking is in mahogany copper fastened to rock elm timbers Fifteen galvanised iron knees secure the deck beams and shelves Wide iroko

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Katy
    Elysian Ebb 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 Sailing Yachts Katy Katy A 1959 CHEVERTON CARAVELLE CLASS BERMUDIAN SLOOP designed by David Cheverton and built by Cheverton Marine West Medina Isle of Wight Overall Length 22ft 10ins Waterline 19ft Beam 7ft 6ins Draught 3ft 8ins Displacement 4 5 Tons T M Engine 6hp Petter Diesel Designer David Cheverton Builder Cheverton Marine West Medina Location Cheshire Sail Bermudian sloop sets 228 sq ft Berths Four Year 1959 Price 4 000 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION In 1949 David Cheverton entered the Yachting World Design Competition with a vessel called Quiver he won second prize Such was the success of the design David went in to production in West Medina with a limited production run After exhibiting the

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Salamati
    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 Sailing Yachts Salamati Salamati A 1959 SPARTAN CLASS ONE BERMUDIAN SLOOP designed by Alan Buchanan Overall Length 23ft 6ins Waterline 18ft 6ins Beam 6ft 6ins Draught 4ft Displacement 4 Tons TM Engine 12hp Dolphin Petrol Engine Designer Alan Buchanan Builder Unknown Location West Sussex Sail Sloop Rig Berths Four Year 1959 Price 2 950 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The Spartan One Design dates from the mid 1950 s and was conceived by the well known naval architect Alan Buchanan the first example built by Harry King of Pin Mill and launched in 1956 The early design or Class One have a conventional sheer and coach roof with the later Class Two Spartans having the same hull but with a modified

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Punch
    at St Monance Fife launched in 1964 Long keel with tight canoe stern good sheer and flare to the bows to give a dry bouyant boat Planked in 1 3 8 larch below the water line mahogany above water line 5 x 3 sawn oak frames at 10 centres Fastened with galvanised boat nails Varnished mahogany sheer strake above a 2 rubbing strake Long external iron ballast keel Oak floors Thick scrubbed teak deck yacht laid on a thin ply sub deck on oak deck beams Wide varnished mahogany cover board all round Varnished king plank Shallow toe rail forward Stainless steel stanchions carry twin guard wires back as far as the cock pit with stainless steel push pit forward all new in 2004 refit with new foot pads under the stanchions Pair of heavy bronze mooring cleats on the fore deck and on the cock pit coverboards Interesting centre fairlead ring on the stern post Massive galvanised steel twin chain roller stemhead fitting Heavy duty galvanised windlass operated with a long lever standing up Deep self draining cock pit aft with teak gratings Door to the lazerette Seat lockers each side and round the stern Full height wheel house door Coach roof with varnished mahogany coamings integral with the wheel house Sheathed ply coach roof deck with varnished mahogany king plank 3 opening bronze port holes each side bronze vent to the engine room on the sides of the wheel house Grab rails on the sides of the windscreen and on the wheel house roof Wheel steering with traditional teak spoked wheel port side in the wheel house cables and chains to the massive galvanised steel quadrant on the vertical rudder stock in the lazarette Steel plate rudder renewed in 2008 refit Steering system overhauled Glands repacked Bermudian ketch rig on varnished masts The main mast is stepped in a Miller galvanised steel double dorade vent on the coach roof deck the small mizzen mast is stepped in a galvanised steel shoe on the wheel house roof Varnished slab reefing booms The main sits in a crutch on the wheel house roof with double tailed sheet to turning blocks either side of the coach roof under the wheel house windows and cleated off on the wheel house sides back at the cock pit Mizzen boom sheets to the stern peak New 2003 stainless steel rigging to internal galvanised steel chain plates Headsail on roller furling gear Mainsail jib and mizzen Lister 4LPPWS 40hp 4 cylinder diesel installed new in 1997 Hurth single lever controlled gear box Centre line installation under the wheel house floor with excellent all round access 7 5knts max 2 fuel tanks one each side of the engine 1 x 40 galls 1 x 30 galls Sight guages New 2008 2 x 12v batteries in the engine bay on 12v circuits In 2008 the yacht was rewired with a new Vetus 12 gang switch board In 2001 the engine was lifted out and overhauled in 2003

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Selma
    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 Selma Selma SOLD A 2009 BERMUDIAN SLOOP designed by Lars Johnsson and built by Karlskrona Folk Yachts AB of Ronneby Sweden Overall Length 31ft 9 48m Waterline 24ft 6ins 7 41m Beam 9ft 2 76m Draught 5ft 1 5m Displacement 4 500 kg Engine 20hp Lombardini Diesel Designer Lars Johnsson Builder KF Yachts of Sweden Location Sweden Sail Bermudian Sloop Berths Four Year 2009 Price EUR 95 000 Incl VAT Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The KF31 Bermudian Sloop is a traditional cruising yacht from the board of Swedish designer Lars Johnsson and constructed in 2009 by Karlskrona Folk Yachts AB to a high standard using modern boat building techniques and quality materials throughout The result is a beautiful tradtional seaworthy yacht offering good sailing performance and generous accommodation for four persons Mahogany hull epoxy strip planked on mahogany frames with teak laid deck with marine plywood coachroof Raked spoon bow varnished transom stern round bilges long ballast keel Deck stepped alloy mast 48ft 14 5m above waterline Hamel sails stainless steel Selden standing rigging 20hp Lombardini LDW 702 M two cylinder Diesel Engine 50 hours recorded since new in 2008 Last serviced 1st July 2012 63

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