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  • 59' Bermudan Ketch for sale
    mizzen mast over the after accommodation Between the two is the narrow athwartships cock pit area with midships wheel all on main deck level with no well to hold water when the decks are awash Entrance to the cabin is to port of the wheel The helm position is covered with an open backed dog house which could have been a later addition canvas tilt encloses the after end The coamings are in a rich dark hardwood possibly the same mahogany as the hull also double planked and finished bright The coach roof decks are laid in teak with black rubber seams and finished in Coelan to match the main deck A modern aluminium flush deck hatch on the fore deck gives access and ventilation to the forward accommodation with a similar hatch on the main coach roof over the saloon cabin smaller deck hatches in front of the coach roof and two more large hatches on the after coach roof Steering Teleflex system on low pressure hydraulics at the wheel with twin rams on the rudder stock head in the steering flat Raymarine S3G hydraulic auto pilot fitted new in 2008 interfaced with the chart plotter Bermudian ketch rig New Z Spars masts booms and standing rigging fitted in 2010 60 elliptical section main mast stepped on the deck with a massive steel compression post below Twin spreaders Internal halyards on clutches 40 mizzen mast stepped on the aft coach roof Single swept spreaders jumpers and diamonds above Standing rigging Main mast rigging in 12mm stainless steel with swaged terminals to stainless steel open bodied rigging screws to massive internal bronze chain plates Twin lowers to the lower spreaders intermediates to the upper spreaders and cap shrouds all the way round truck to deck Spreader lights Split standing back stays to the main mast cap to deck Running backstays on tackles from the upper spreaders Mainsheet track across the after coach roof behind the helm position Lewmar blocks jammer on the lower block Outer masthead fore stay on Furlex furling gear to the bowsprit Inner fore stay parallel with the outer from upper spreaders to stemhead with over centre release lever allowing it to be removed and triced back to the mast Spinnaker bearing out pole stows up the fwd face of the mast Genoa sheets through cars on rail track lead back to the sheet winches on the after coach roof Mizzen mast with single lowers to the spreaders cap shrouds and diamonds over the jumper struts 10mm stainless steel rigging to stainless steel chain plates on the after coach roof sides Split standing back stays to the davits with runners on tackles Mizzen sheets to a track on the aft deck Lewmar blocks jammer on the lower block Slab reefing booms with lazy jacks Winches Sheet winches located on the after coach roof 2 x Lewmar 52 ST self tailing genoa sheets 1 x top action Gibb on the Furlex roller furling gear Main sheet winch Main

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/sailing-yachts/59-bermudan-ketch/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Danish gaff ketch For sale
    stanchions mounted through the coverboard and side fastened through the frame heads with an oiled teak capping rail and a guard wire on bronze stanchions to increase height for commercial work Decks New deck constructed mid 80 s and recaulked 18 months ago with 1 plywood overlaid with 1 straight laid teak Painted solid oak cover boards replaced in present ownership Varnished teak deck boxes on the foredeck for stowage Superstructure Oiled teak wheelhouse and coachroof coamings Windows all round in the wheelhouse with opening doors each side Bronze double glazed opening portholes in the coachroof coamings The wheelhouse is located just forward of the mizzen mast and gives full standing headroom and seating for 9 people with good all round visibility excellent shelter from all the elements There is a coachroof extending fore and aft from the wheelhouse giving ample headroom below decks but still allowing for suitably wide side decks Coachroof decks are marine plywood overlaid with straight laid teak Oiled teak cover boards and king plank on the coachroof decks Oiled teak hatch slightly offset to port on the foredeck gives access to the forward parts of the ship Rig Gaff ketch rig on keel stepped solid wooden mast for main with deck stepped mizzen to below support pole Solid wooden slab reefing booms gaffs and bowsprit All spars are oil finished Galvanised wire standing rigging new in 1999 partly parcelled and served in the traditional way with spliced thimbles Regularly slushed with preventative oils Dead eye and lanyards to external galvanised chain plates Navigation light boxes in the main shrouds Main mast has triple shrouds to the hounds and a single cap shroud over single spreaders Single running backstays on tackles to external chainplates Mizzen mast has twin shrouds to the hounds and a single cap shroud Standing inner forestay to the stem head Twin standing outer forestays from the bowsprit end to the mast head Running rigging of traditional looking 3 strand with oiled wooden blocks Sails All sails in tan terylene by Doyle sails in 2001 Mainsail Mizzen Staysail Jib Yankee Winches Pair of electric self tailing winches to take the mainsail peak and throat halyard 2 pairs of self tailing winches for the headsail sheets mounted on the coachroof deck and capping rail 2 winches on the aft coachroof for the mizzen sheets and halyards Machinery Engine Yanmar 6cyl 190hp diesel commissioned in 2000 in a dedicated walk in engine room with 5 headroom Approximately 800 hours 3 3 1 gearbox and 2008 shaft dripless to Maxprop Single lever control to centreline stainless steel shaft to a 3 blade 39 inch bronze feathering Maxprop 7 0 7 5 knots cruising speed 10l hour max speed 8 75 knots Salvage fire pump driven off the engine and genset All Stainless to survey standard Generator Westerbeke 6kva genset with a 30hp fresh water cooled diesel reconditioned 1999 all parts Tanks 2200l total fuel capacity in 3 stainless steel tanks in the engine room 180 gallon

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/sailing-yachts/danish-gaff-ketch-4/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Danish Schooner for Sale
    clear deck space and decent accommodation below decks Length on Deck 56 Length overall 70 Beam 15 6 Draft 7 6 Construction Hull Planked in 3 oak all iron dump fastened to massive doubled 6 x 4 sawn oak frames 12 centres on an oak back bone with an inner ceiling of oak Copper sheathed below the waterline Decks Straight laid iroko deck caulked and payed between 3 bulwarks with heavy capping rail Flush perspex fore hatch iroko built casing between the masts at bulwark height slightly higher casing aft each with bronze opening port holes Superstructure Solid Iroko deck structures with a dog house aft and a slightly lower one forward between the masts Bronze portholes set in the dog house with a laid iroko coachroof deck over marine plywood Rig Gaff schooner rig on solid varnished keel stepped masts both with fidded topmasts New main mast 2005 6 Heavy stainless steel rigging much of it renewed in recent years to external chain plates with rigging screws Varnished bowsprit set into massive sampson post Running back stays on tackles for the main mast and topmast Sails All terylene sails in good condition Slab reef mainsail 64sqm Slab reef fore sail 54sqm staysail 21sqm jib 14sqm New March 08 Flying jib 14qm main topsail 14 sqm Fisherman new March 08 storm jib Square sail on a yard set from deck new March 08 Winches Pair of winches each side set on the bulwarks for the headsail sheets Machinery Engine Beta Marine 150hp 6 cylinder marine diesel installed new in 2013 Hydraulic gearbox to centre line stainless steel shaft and a fixed 3 blade bronze propellor Tanks 1650 litres diesel in 2 steel tanks midships 3000 litres water under saloon cabin sole 200 litres black water tank Batteries Large bank of

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/sailing-yachts/danish-schooner/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Motor Yachts For Sale | Wooden Ships - Yacht Brokers, Devon, UK
    aft Very luxurious accommodation ideally suited to charter large decks and a spacious deck saloon providing comfortable shelter when the weather turns bad A stunning yacht with many possibilities go anywhere capability and in first class condition Designer Traditional Builder JG Forbes Sandhaven Scotland Year 1938 Location Cornwall Length on deck 59 Beam 18 Draft 8 Tonnage TM 58 Disp FULL DETAILS Fleur de Lys TSMY 43 000 One of only two Fleur de Lys built of this size and only 2 owners from new She is largely original Iroko planking on oak iroko deck twin Lister diesels and the original teak interior 6 berths in 3 cabins dining saloon and upper deck saloon She even has the original tender speedboat Must sell this season NEW PHOTOS Builder Dagless Ltd Year 1961 Location Kent Length on deck 58 Beam 14 9 Draft 5 5 Tonnage TM Gross 28 tons FULL DETAILS Fleur de Lys 58 125 000 One of 2 58 Fleur de Lys yachts built by Dagless Ltd She has had a major rebuild in present ownership which included a new deck and superstructure new interior engine rebuilds all new systems and a lot of work to the hull structure She is now in top class condition and ready to go Three separate sleeping cabins and two heads deck saloon and lower snug saloon Twin generators original Lister 100hp diesels rebuilt A very smart and comfortable yacht extremely well presented Designer J Francis Jones Builder Dagless Ltd Year 1960 Location Isle of Wight Length on deck 58 Beam 15 4 Draft 5 11 Tonnage TM 46TM FULL DETAILS Watson Class RNLI lifeboat 18 000 Watson Class RNLI lifeboat that was launched originally as the Baltic Exchange in 1961 and was based in Salcombe during her service years from 1962 1988 during her service she attended 258 incidents saving 76 lives After leaving the RNLI she was taken to Holland where she underwent a major refit which included fitting an interior below decks to make her comfortable as a private yacht Designer James Barnett Builder J Samuel White Cowes Year 1961 Location Northumberland Length on deck 47 Beam 13 Draft 4 5 FULL DETAILS 43 Fred Parker twin screw motor yacht 75 000 A top quality yacht from one of England s best known designers of the period and built by one of our most famous yards to the highest standards All teak hull and decks recent engines give her 10 knots bow thruster and generator 5 berths in 3 separate sleeping cabins outside of the saloon which is very unusual for a motor yacht of this size Deep sheltered aft cockpit with access from the aft owners cabin Two heads and showers An immaculate yacht with stunning looks present owners have had a super season covering a lot of miles but have decided to move to a sailing yacht NEW VIDEO Recently launched and moved to Dorset Designer Fred Parker Builder Moody s Year 1964 Location Dorset Length on

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts-for-sale/?order=size (2016-04-26)
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  • Motor Yachts For Sale | Wooden Ships - Yacht Brokers, Devon, UK
    waters passenger licence for 12 2012 survey Designer RNLI Builder Thames Iron Works Year 1911 Location Devon Length on deck 34 Beam 8 6 Draft 2 FULL DETAILS Finesse Motor Yacht 9 000 a very tidy example of the Finesse motor yacht designed and built by Alan Platt at Finesse yachts in Southend on Sea Clinker planked in mahogany on rock elm frames Complete cosmetic refit in 2013 she is a very smart little boat Modern Yanmar diesel and electric windlass make for hassle free cruising 2 berths a heads and galley which is enough for weekend living The large aft cockpit has ample seating and storage and can be entirely enclosed with a canvas cover for wet days Bilge keels mean she can take the ground easily This is a very versatile little boat in tidy condition and ready to steam away Designer A F Platt Builder Finesse Yachts Year 1969 Location Cornwall Length on deck 23 3 Beam 8 6 Draft 2 4 FULL DETAILS Morgan Giles Teak Launch 3 000 A classic Morgan Giles launch planked in full length teak and probably originally built as a gentleman s launch She has a rich history including being used

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts-for-sale/page/2/?order=price (2016-04-26)
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  • Motor Yachts For Sale | Wooden Ships - Yacht Brokers, Devon, UK
    converted back to double cabins Deck saloon Galley dinette below aft Very luxurious accommodation ideally suited to charter large decks and a spacious deck saloon providing comfortable shelter when the weather turns bad A stunning yacht with many possibilities go anywhere capability and in first class condition Designer Traditional Builder JG Forbes Sandhaven Scotland Year 1938 Location Cornwall Length on deck 59 Beam 18 Draft 8 Tonnage TM 58 Disp FULL DETAILS Fleur de Lys 58 125 000 One of 2 58 Fleur de Lys yachts built by Dagless Ltd She has had a major rebuild in present ownership which included a new deck and superstructure new interior engine rebuilds all new systems and a lot of work to the hull structure She is now in top class condition and ready to go Three separate sleeping cabins and two heads deck saloon and lower snug saloon Twin generators original Lister 100hp diesels rebuilt A very smart and comfortable yacht extremely well presented Designer J Francis Jones Builder Dagless Ltd Year 1960 Location Isle of Wight Length on deck 58 Beam 15 4 Draft 5 11 Tonnage TM 46TM FULL DETAILS RNLI sailing life boat 18 750 A fine example of

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts-for-sale/page/2/?order=designer (2016-04-26)
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  • 75' Admiralty MFV for sale in France
    1948 she was converted into a fishing vessel as many other admiralty boats were and fished mainly for Herring She at one stage caught a record 196 cran approximately 196 000 herring in one trip After being retired from fishing she went on to work as a survey and dive vessel in the North Sea which was when the extra superstructure was added She has been in the present ownership for over 20 years in which time she has served as a private yacht attending many heritage events around the coasts of Britain and France However the inevitable maintenance work is slowly becoming too much of a burden and the decision has been made to move her on to a new owners who will be able to carry on the ongoing maintenance Length Overall 75 Beam 19 6 Draft 9 6 Construction Hull Planked in oak all fastened with galvanised dumps to sawn oak frames in futtocks Decks and cockpit Straight laid pine deck fastened to the deck beams with galvanised dumps Caulked and payed in the traditional way Many deck planks have been renewed however the fore deck is in need of replacing The bulwarks are on large oak stanchions mounted through the cover boards Some of the capping rail has been replaced in recent years Superstructure The original wheelhouse is in place with a deck house aft of this all made of riveted iron plates The deck house contains the galley as it traditionally would have done There is a step up into the high wheelhouse which gives excellent visibility The newer deckhouse forward of the wheelhouse is made of aluminium and was added as a survey office during a former life There is seating around a large table with a companion at the forward end going below

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts/75-admiralty-mfv/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Passenger Ferry For Sale
    7 years since then she has operated in the summer season only Passenger certificate for 93 plus 2 crew 50 2 on Class VI A licence Could be increased back up to 100 passengers with a satisfactory lightship check She has operated as a ferry on the inter island service and also as a sight seeing excursion vessel being a very safe and stable platform in all weather conditions with extremely reliable Gardner power units For more information please get in touch Construction Hull Planked in larch fastened with copper rivets to closely spaced steam bent oak timbers Occasional heavy weight sawn oak frames in futtocks making a very strong and robust hull Galvanised steel hanging knees reinforcing the hull to deck join Decks and cockpit Straight laid solid Iroko decks screw fastened to the deck beams High bulwarks all round with intermittent metal stanchions for added strength Superstructure Aluminium superstructure giving sheltered seating for passengers with the wheelhouse mounted above This layout gives excellent visibility for the helmsman and also makes the most of the available deck space Machinery Engines Twin Gardner 6LXB 175hp diesels installed new at the time of build Excellent slow revving and economical engines superb

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts/passenger-ferry/ (2016-04-26)
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