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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Seraphim - New Guide Price
    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 Seraphim Seraphim New Guide Price Sale Pending A 1981 INVADER 22 BERMUDIAN SLOOP designed by David Feltham and built by a Jacht Werf Amstalmeer Holland Overall Length 22ft Waterline 19ft Beam 8ft Draught 2ft 8ins Displacement 4000 lbs Engine 10hp Stuart Turner Designer David Feltham Builder Jacht Werf Amstelmeer Location Worcestershire Sail Bermudian sloop Berths Five Year 1981 Price 2 500 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The Invader 22 cruiser racer was first designed in the mid 1970 s by the renowned naval architect David Feltham who went on to produce some of the most well know yachts such as the successful Maxi This spacious bilge keeler trailer sailer offers good sailing performance with a well balanced bermudian rig having alloy spars stainless steel rigging and red sails White moulded GRP hull and structure with red accents Raked stem

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Fahyda
    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 Fahyda Fahyda SOLD March 2014 A 1950 SCARBOROUGH ONE DESIGN CLASS BERMUDIAN SLOOP designed and built by John Ley of Scarborough North Yorkshire Overall Length 27ft 2ins Waterline 21ft Beam 7ft 8ins Draught 4ft 6ins Displacement 8 Tons TM Engine 18hp Yanmar Diesel Designer John A Ley Builder Ley of Scarborough Location West Sussex Sail 324 sq ft Sloop Rig Berths Three Berths Year 1950 Price 9 950 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The Scarborough One Design class is a popular post war design by John Ley an established racing dinghy and yacht designer Fahyda was built in 1950 for James Dearden of Huddersfield and stationed in Scarborough Harbour In the late 1960 s K F Creasey of The Mall Surbiton became the second registered owner moving Fahyda south to a mooring in Chichester Harbour where she has remained since in various ownerships including Mr Mrs R Brown of Sanderstead Surrey Fully documented history available An extensive keel up restoration was carried out by Coombes Boat Yard completed in 2001 and costing nearly 40 000 Spring 2013 exterior re paint and varnish antifoul and new anode Carvel construction pine planking copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers Epoxy sheathed marine ply decks 2001 with steel compression frame below the mast Heavy oak floors with additional iron straps Keel bolts re newed in 1993 and checked by Coombes in 1999 Iron ballast keel shot blasted and epoxy painted in 2010 Blakes sea cocks re newed 1999 Raked stem straight transom stern with transom hung rudder Traditional varnished and white enamel painted accommodation offering standing headroom in the dog house Port and starboard saloon settee berths Port quarter berth Folding mahogany doors to fo c sle with Baby Blake marine wc overhauled in 2007 Chain locker fore hatch and sail stowage Portable chart table Galley with twin hob Plastimo gas cooker and grill gimballed with new gas tubing and regulator in 2010 Pantry and crockery lockers 25 litre flexible fresh water tank Rectangular stainless steel sink with brass water pump Aft cockpit with new cover in 2012 locker seats housing the purpose built gas locker tiller steering new oak tiller 2004 18hp Yanmar 2GM20 diesel engine fitted new in 1999 with all ancillaries annual professional service Three bladed bronze propeller 2006 TEk 55 litre fuel tank Range about 60 nautical miles Two batteries four position battery switch SAILS SPARS Columbian pine varnished mast 1992 deck stepped in tabernacle Spruce boom sheeted to galvanised

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Firecrest
    Lead ballast keel Bronze keel bolts one drawn by Waterside Marine Bangor in 2005 found excellent and replaced Galvanised strap floors T he floors through the midships area and forward were blasted and repainted and refastened with new hot dipped galvanised bolts The floors in the counter were removed and regalvanised and replaced with new bolts Teak deck yacht laid and joggled to a king plank and finished scrubbed the thick planking secret copper nailed on a thin ply sub deck with deep toe rails scrubbed teak capping Recessed bronze fair leads in the rail forward and aft Bronze and teak bar cleats forward and aft to take mooring lines Stainless steel stemhead fitting Removed and rebedded 2007 Original chromed bronze deck fittings Deck refitted in the 2007 several teak deck planks were lifted to examine the ply sub deck which was found in perfect condition The teak was found to be thick on a thin ply sub deck which is unusual In addition bronze tie rods are fitted between carlings and beam shelf indicating it was possible that the original plan was to lay a solid teak deck with a change of plan while building Hatch on the aft deck just behind the coamings to access lazarette stowage 2 small flush hatches right aft contain the Camping Gas bottles draining overboard under the counter Varnished teak coach roof slightly raised to a dog house aft with nicely cambered sheathed ply deck painted with white non slip deck paint Varnished Dorade vents hand rails each side chromed bezel windows rechromed in previous long ownership traditional sky light varnished teak hatch on the fwd end Sliding hatch and 3 wash boards to the cabin entrance Wonderful spacious oval cock pit with teak coamings painted inside varnished out with varnished capping teak laid seating with bridge deck deep seat lockers each side Teak laid sole in the self draining cock pit well lifts in 2 sections to acces structure below Varnished teak wheel on Whitlock pedestal incorporating the steering compass Emergency tiller Masthead bermudian sloop rig on varnished oval keel stepped mast single spreaders with deck floods Single standing back stay Hood roller furling fore stay lazy inner stay on over centre chromed lever Twin lowers cap shrouds all in s s replaced in 2008 with swaged terminals to s s rigging screws on int galvanised chain plates New galvanised steel chain plates fitted in 2007 New standing rigging for the 2008 season Mast stripped and revarnished Varnished boom with original chromed roller reefing gear Boom split and reglued track refastened and boom revarnished Winches Captive wire main halyard winch Lewmar 30 2 speed headsail winch on wire to rope Barlow top action halyard winch Lewmar 55ST primary genoa winches Barlow 26 cock pit sheet winches Top action bronze main sheet winch Sails Light mainsail Heavy mainsail Hood genoa on furling gear 2 spinnakers Ghoster Storm jib new 2005 Mainsail cover Toe rail and deck headsail tracks with twin cars Machinery Beta

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Electron Blue
    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 Electron Blue Electron Blue SOLD July 2013 A 1960 BELMORE SLOOP designed by John Illingworth Angus Primrose and built by Burne s Shipyard Ltd Bosham West Sussex for Portsmouth Naval College Overall Length 36ft 4ins Waterline 26ft 6ins Beam 9ft 4ins Draught 6ft 6ins Displacement 12 Tons TM Engine 30hp Yanmar Diesel Designer Illingworth Primrose Builder Burnes of Bosham Location Cornwall Sail 603 sq ft Sail Area Berths Five Year 1960 Price 28 000 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION Designed by John Illingworth and Angus Primrose Electron Blue achieved great success in the 1960 s 1970 s racing under the flag of the Royal Navy Portsmouth Naval College Entering the Around Britain Race Sydney Hobart Bermuda Cup and numerous Fasnets not to mention many Solent races Built to the Belmore Class design and launched as Electron of Portsea sail number 1168 she remained in Royal Navy ownership until the mid 1970 s The second owners Bernard Cadd of Deal Kent and M R Davies of Tunbridge Wells renamed her Electron of Hythe keeping the vessel on a mooring at Rye In the current ownership a program of refitting has been completed recent work in the last year includes a new oak and iroko rudder new electronics complete hull re paint re varnished coachroof interior re paint replacement running rigging four new leisure batteries 2009 10 New Chart table galley and chart table lights complete new sole coverings gas locker door new three blade propeller first aid kit fire blanket drinking water filter extra gas bottle two coats of antifouling engine service hull re paint decks re painted all sea cocks checked dash controls moved to cockpit 2008 09 JVC Radio CD and speakers carbon monoxide gas detector dodgers four winch covers forward hatch cover windlass cover reefing lines Whale automatic bilge pump Dan Buoy horse shoe buoy extra electric panel cockpit foot light cockpit cushions tiller handle tiller cover all new internal upholstery extra 12 volt power points Wave Line inflatable dinghy outboard motor rail bracket genoa Garmin gps CQR anchor 30m anchor chain and warp several mooring warps four fenders three fire extinguishers Whale manual bilge pump mahogany cabin trim complete interior and exterior re paint teak companion way handles perspex companionway door 2003 08 Yanmar 3GM Diesel Engine gearbox and stern gear Chain plate fixings keel bolts deck coamings exterior cabin teak companionway hatch cockpit timber refurbish rudder and mounts centralised engine from original wing mounted position companionway steps refit galley saloon settees and cupboards standing rigging four self tailing winches diesel tank fresh water tank heads sink and units ply deck and fibre glass sheathing Furlex headsail reefing Nasa Clipper cockpit instruments two boom reefing

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Ezra
    Oak bars placed in the slots on the port side pulling in the chain to starboard This is easily operated by one or two people The windlass is also used for operating the rig i e raising the topmast shipping and setting the bowsprit and also tensioning the bobstay Ezra has a 75lb CQR anchor with 110 metres of 5 8 chain Coach roof and hatches These are strongly built in opepe to a traditional The main hatch has panelled sides and bronze opening portholes The skylight has two lifting leaves with 8mm laminated glass and brass protective bars The forward hatch opens forward giving easy access to the sail locker and fore cabin Steering Ezra is steered with a carved Oak tiller with her name vessel carved on each side Ezra has an Oak thwart that extends the full beam of the vessel giving the helmsman seated position on a flush deck A compass binnacle is mounted on deck on a wooden plinth forward of the tiller The engine controls are mounted beneath the thwart Rig Ezra has a gaff cutter rig which over the centuries has proven to be the most powerful and efficient rig for fast heavy displacement vessels The thrill of sailing these vessels is that they handle like a dinghy spinning around the one mast when tacking but have the immense sense of power when driving forward under a press of canvas Spars The solid mast is hewn from a Douglas Fir tree grown north of Ashburton Devon The bowsprit is also solid Douglas Fir The boom gaff and topmast are laminated from 3 thick Canadian Fir to give them more rigidity and strength in their smaller sections The mast bands and iron work for the rig are galvanised Rigging The wire standing rigging is 16mm galvanised for the lowers and 10mm for the uppers All traditionally spliced and served in the time honoured way finished with wooden deadeyes and lanyards The running rigging is of three strand hemp style polyester rove through ash pulley blocks ranging between 5 and 7 some fifty in all Sails The suit of sails are in cream clipper canvas a synthetic flax traditionally made by Patrick Selman and beautifully finished with hand sewn bolt rope and reefing points The working rig comprises of main topsail stay and foresail Additionally for lighter wind sailing there is a large jib and jib topsail both made by Patrick Boat cover A full boat cover also made by Patrick Selman protects the boat from the worst of the winter weather Interior The interior is fitted out to a high standard with varnished Oak structure and painted pine panelling The doors are fielded panels and the general air is spacious and light with ample headroom At the bottom of the companionway a barometer and clock from William Forbes Liverpool are mounted on the deck beam See Interior pictures Aft Aft of the companionway there are two double quarter berths one each side Galley The

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Sphinx of Lymington
    1958 LYMINGTON L CLASS Cruising Yacht designed by Jack Laurent Giles and built by W A Souter of Cowes Overall Length 23ft 8ins Waterline 19ft 6ins Beam 6ft 10ins Draught 3ft 9ins Displacement 4 Tons T M Engine 8hp Yanmar Diesel Designer Laurent Giles Builder Souters of Cowes Location Cornwall Sail 280 sq ft Berths Four Year 1958 Price 7 950 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The 23ft 3in 7 1m Lymington L Class is one of Jack Laurent Giles prettiest designs With her moderate overhangs sweet sheer and slender hull she bears the distinctive hallmarks of his early designs and was the basis of his later 25ft 7 6m Andrillot which itself led to the Vertue class Laurent Giles designed the L Class at a time when yachts of this size were popular She was intended as a daysailer but had modest accommodation for weekend cruising too and was built for a reasonable price so that she was affordable to a wide range of yachtsmen The first two boats Isabella and Penguine were built by Elkins Boatyard at Christchurch in Dorset in 1933 They were planked in 3 4in Oregon pine on a mixture of English oak frames and American rock elm timbers English elm was used for the keel and oak for all the grown floors while mahogany was used for the transom and other brightwork Some of the later boats were planked in pitch pine and Iduna the last of the class to be launched was built of teak In total 18 L Class yachts were launched between 1933 and 1939 Elkins built 11 while Berthon s at Lymington built three and Woodnutts on the Isle of Wight Dixons of Exmouth and the Sandbanks Yacht Company at Poole built one each Owners of the boats soon established a fleet at Lymington in Hampshire and regular races for the class were held in the 1930s Thirteen rules were created by which members of the class had to comply These included a stipulation that all boats had to be built as a one design and possess an official measurement certificate from Laurent Giles before they were allowed to race Hollow spars were not allowed and the mainsail could only be renewed once every two years although headsails could be replaced as and when The use of spinnakers on the Lymington River was banned and all boats without an auxiliary engine were given a penalty of 1cwt 112lb 51kg Laurent Giles design specified several sail plans of which the bermudian sloop was the most popular At 275sqft 25m 2 it s a decent sized rig for a 23 footer and under sail the L Class puts on a good performance Yachting Monthly in 1933 described the design as handling admirably and being conspicuously dry and well mannered adding that they repeatedly out sailed their rivals in light winds The class was well suited for daysailing in the Western Solent but their relatively high freeboard and seaworthiness have since made them

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Cruinneag
    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 Cruinneag Cruinneag SOLD A 1931 Cyclone 11 BERMUDIAN CUTTER designed by Dr Thomas Harrison Butler and built by A M Dickie Sons of Tarbert Loch Fyne Argyll Overall Length 32 ft 25 ft on deck Waterline 22 ft 5 ins Beam 8 ft 6 ins Draught 4 ft 8 ins Displacement 6 Tons T M Engine 12 hp Saab Diesel Designer Dr T Harrison Butler Builder Dickies of Tarbert Location Worcestershire Sail Bermudian Cutter 400 sq ft Berths Four Year 1931 Price 5 500 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The 1928 Cyclone 11 is a development of an earlier 1919 THB design proportionally enlarged to create a 6 5 ton Thames Measurement cruising yacht Formerly owned by the co founder of the Harrison Butler Association Ron Goodhand and more recently by the late Commander Richardson A well known HB in classic yachting circles Carvel teak copper fastened to oak timbers Swept teak laid decks teak cabin coamings and brightwork Spoon bow transom stern long 2 2 ton ballast keel displacement 5

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  • Classic Yacht Brokerage - Alvina
    Boojum Diamond Kairos Marili La Boheme Wanted Links Contact News Search You are here Home Sailing Yachts Alvina Alvina Sold A 1967 Mustang Class CENTRE BOARD BERMUDIAN SLOOP designed and built by E F Elkins of Christchurch Dorset Overall Length 29ft 5ins Waterline 24ft 5ins Beam 8ft 7ins Draught 3ft 6ins 5ft 6ins Displacement 8 Tons TM Engine 35hp Perkins Diesel Designer E F Elkins Builder Elkins of Christchurch Location Somerset Sail 375 sq ft Berths Four Year 1967 Price 18 500 Broker s Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION The Mustang class was first established in 1964 when Elkins of Christchurch designed and built a shoal draught cruising yacht called Mustang of Christchurch ideally suited to the relatively shallow Dorset harbours of Poole and Christchurch Elkins are probably most well known as builders of the Laurent Giles designed Vertue Class which includes the famous Vertue number thirty five commissioned for Humphrey Barton The final Mustang built was Alvina in 1967 for Captain R V Mrs J M Howells of Mudeford In the late 1970 s Stan Prichard became her second owner and over the following twenty five years ownership cruised thousands of miles from his Elkins based mooring mainly single handed In 2003 she was acquired by her third and current owner and moved to a North Devon mooring from where Alvina is mostly cruised in local waters Alvina is traditionally built of carvel iroko with mahogany topsides all copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers and frames Varnished mahogany coachroof coamings and mahogany brightwork and cockpit joinery Sheathed marine ply decks Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit Lead ballast keel with 5 8th bronze bolts galvanised centre board Quality mahogany fitted interior with several Elkins trademark features Sails Spars Masthead Bermudian Sloop rig sets about 375 sq ft plain sail with a

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