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  • Motor Sailors For Sale | Wooden Ships - International Yacht Brokers UK
    robust motor sailer Cruised Europe north and south in style safety and comfort in over 20 years in present ownership Not an old boat ideal live aboard cruising yacht for 2 with guests Reliable proven ready for more adventures Only advancing years oblige the owner to think of parting with her and coming ashore permanently Designer Francis Jones J Builder Porter and Haylet Wroxham Year 1972 Location Greece Length on deck 38 Beam 12 Draft 4 6 FULL DETAILS Walter Rayner Atlantic Ketch 52 500 Walter Rayner Atlantic ketch built by Woodnutts in 1961 Super quality cruising yacht with 2 separate double cabins and a large saloon making her a comfortable and practical boat A Thames Tonnage of 17TM immediately tells us this is a big boat for her dimensions At over 9 tons displacement she is a comfortable boat a boat you can wander around in your carpet slippers keep dry and not spill the gin even in a seaway A very fine example of the Atlantic ketch excellent original construction using the best materials and craftsmanship which has assured her present condition Designer Walter Rayner Builder Woodnutts IOW Year 1964 Location France Length on deck 38 Beam 11 6 Draft 5 Tonnage TM 17TM FULL DETAILS 35 St Ives Fishing Lugger 26 000 The first new build St Ives lugger to have been built in over 60 years this replica of the Godrevy has worked as a charter vessel her entire life doing fishing trips out of St Ives Built as a traditional flush decked working boat she had a wheelhouse added in present ownership for protection from the elements 2 mast dipping lug rig 85hp Ford diesel with 4 berth accommodation below decks A fine looking boat in solid sound condition Designer Traditional Builder Norman Leity Year 1993 Location Cornwall Length on deck 35 Beam 12 Draft 5 FULL DETAILS Miller Fifer 33 Ketch 39 000 The Miller fifers were built to the lines of the Scottish fishing boats built at Jimmy Millers yard and consequently are known for the seaworthiness and robust build The 33 version was one of the most popular with their generous internal volume and decent rig they made very comfortable and safe cruising boats This boat has had a major refit in present ownership and must surely be one of the smartest and best condition Miller Fifers afloat Absolutely ready to go Designer James Miller Builder J Miller Sons St Monance Year 1961 Location Channel Islands Length on deck 33 Beam 10 4 Draft 4 Tonnage TM 12 FULL DETAILS Miss Silver ketch 25 000 Miss Silver ketch motor sailer designed by John Bain and built by his Silvers yard at Rosneath in 1963 A very popular yacht offering a lot of comfortable space within her modest length Centre wheel house allows for a separate aft cabin with its own heads Forward sleeping accommodation in the saloon with a very practical galley and a second heads This design proved very popular for

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  • Miller Fifer Motor Sailer For Sale
    way with 4 bronze port holes forward each side the powerful sheer line emphasised by a rubbing strake picked out in black and the whole topped off with a varnished mahogany capping on the 6 high toe rail A varnished mahogany hand rail is carried on waist high stainless steel stanchions from the step in the deck right round aft The fore deck is protected by twin guard wires on stainless steel stanchions with a pulpit on the stem Stainless steel plate round the top of the stem protects the surface from anchor scuffing 8 bronze panamas each side in the tow rail save capping rail chafe from mooring lines Deck Classic Miller deck in plywood sub deck overlaid with screw fastened and plugged ¾ swept teak deck between varnished mahogany cover boards and joggled in to a centre line king plank the seams payed with black butyl rubber A thick marine ply deck on heavy deck beams adds to the strength of the hull and provides a water tight structure Pair of modern flush deck Lewmar sky lights on the fore deck Pair of vents either side of the mast and another pair either side of the windscreen Superstructure The superstructure comprises a mid ships wheel house set into the step in the deck with the forward windscreens sitting on the fore deck Slide open windows provide ventilation and grab rails above on the roof and on each corner provides the security where required The main entrance to the vessel is by double doors and sliding hatch in the after starboard corner providing stand up entry Aft there is a casing standing approx 2 6 off the deck over the after accommodation with 3 port holes each side The deck entrance to the aft cabin is by a sliding hatch with wash boards on the forward starboard corner of the casing The deck of the after casing is laid in scrubbed teak to match the deck also with varnished mahogany cover boards Grab rails on the deck each side Modern flush sky light in the middle gives light and ventilation A delightful grp simulated clinker dinghy is carried on the after casing hoisted over the side by the mizzen boom Between the wheel house forward and the casing aft a cross passage creates a well protected helm position with a door each side for protection This outside steering position with traditional spoked teak wheel with varnished rim is mounted on the back of the wheel house midships with a console carrying engine and nav instruments Single lever Morse engine controls and Sestral compass mounted on the roof Rig This carefully planned remarkably tall Bermudian ketch rig makes the vessel manageable by 2 people Tall varnished spruce masts both with single spreaders and stepped in white painted galvanised steel tabernacles All stainless steel rigging with stainless steel rigging screws and internal stainless chain plates Mizzen mast with twin lowers and cap shrouds the forward lower secured on the after corners

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-sailers/miller-fifer-motor-sailer/ (2016-04-26)
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  • 40' Sole Bay Ketch For Sale
    There is a small anchor davit Foredeck working area side decks and aft deck are very clear with easy access and passage A small hatch on the after deck gives access to the voluminous lazarette compartment which also houses the generator in a silent box The toe rail is carried on metal brackets with a varnished capping rail Stainless steel stanchions carry twin guard wires with pulpit and pushpit Opening gate section both sides to boarding ladder Varnished capping rail to pulpit with gate The underwater surface of the hull is sheathed with the Mitchell Mariner copper nickel patent sheathing system This amazing treatment similar to ordinary copper sheathing is done to order by the inventor Fred Mitchell of Poole It has an estimated life of 40yrs and requires no anti fouling Repairs can easily be effected if torn Rig Ketch with gaff on the mainand bermudan on the mizzen Solid wood masts Main mast new 2014 mizzen new 2013 Masts mounted in steel tabernacles the main mast on the foredeck with bulkhead under mizzen mast on aft coachroof with bulkhead support under Stainless steel standing rigging new 2013 Internal galvanised chain plates Twin forestays Mizzen halyard mast winch Elsewhere block and tackles Radar scanner on small mast beside mizzen Sails Tan terylene main and mizzen sails Genoa working jib and storm jib tan terylene by East Coast sails 1989 New sail covers 2014 Named dodgers Slab reefing Engine mechanics electrical Perkins 120hp 6 cyl diesel A 1970 engine returned to the factory and completely reconditioned in 1989 and re installed by the yard during the major refit Cruising speed 7 5 kts max 9 kts PRM hydraulic gear box with single lever Morse control to 30 bronze prop New stainless steel fuel tanks port stbd of the engine Balancing pipe Drain water trap Total capacity approx 120 gals Fuel polisher installed 2 engine driven alternators supplying 2 independent but cross linked sets of deep cycle batteries 2 x 12v for engine starting 2 x 12v domestic 24v ships supply at 110a h Batteries new 2013 and 2014 G M 220v diesel generator installed in its own sound proofed box This unit has absolutely minimal noise level Started by key and button control panel in the deck saloon Constavolt links shore power generator and engine alternators to keep batteries at optimum charge level 2 kw Invertor 24v 220v Spare starter motor Battery shut off switches in deck saloon Steering Steering position with console showing good instrumentation for the engine and electrics Also incorporates a half size Admiralty chart table with stowage for a small number of charts under a lifting lid Wheel steering by Mathway Rod Port hand wheel with seat Accommodation Fore peak cabin with port stbd settee berths in mahogany drawers below Hull side unlined and painted white Full headroom hatch over Central door to heads compartment with Baby Blake heads and basin Bulkhead to lower saloon cabin with dinette unit to port Small pilot berth behind and

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-sailers/40-sole-bay-ketch/ (2016-04-26)
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  • For Sale - Francis Jones Motor Sailer
    the forward end of the deck saloon ideal for longer passages under motor on a wet night while the excellent outside steering position gives full control of the vessel and the rig She is not going to win any races round the cans and was never designed to do so but she is a very capable off wind cruising yacht capable of making long and reliable passages in comfort and safety Windward passages are often most efficiently made with the engine in gear on tick over Planked in 1 iroko on a oak back bone all copper fastened to close spaced steam bent oak timbers with the usual stringers floors and beam shelves The hull below the water line is sheathed with Cascover a modern version of copper sheathing using a nylon cloth glued to the prepared surface with a cascophene glue The result gives total worm protection and has the huge advantage of giving enormous strength against impact damage Substantial oak floors with galvanised steel strap floors in the ends Long external 5 ton iron ballast keel Galvanised steel keel bolts removed and checked in 1994 Small quantity of lead trimming ballast in the bilge The deck is laid in iroko over a ply sub deck This deck was laid following purchase by the present owners in 1992 A sub deck of 3 4 Brunzel marine ply was laid with the panels jointed together with all sides ends sealed with epoxy resin This sub deck was then treated with West Epoxy system and new 1 kiln dried Iroko planking laid on top and screwed down Finally the fastening holes were plugged and seams payed with Sikaflex The superstructure is built in iroko and painted to protect and cool it in the hot Med sun Aluminium framed windows Coach roof decks sheathed in cascover Steering Inside and outside wheel on Mathway rod and gear system to steel plate rudder Stainless steel davits over the stern Teak table on the after deck folds away against the mizzen tabernacle Gardner 4LK 45hp 4 cylinder naturally aspirated fresh water cooled diesel engine on the centre line to centre line 3 blade bronze prop gives a maximum speed of 7knts Installed new in 1973 Self Changing Gears gear box with separate throttle and gear controls at both inside and outside helm positions manually operated shaft brake shaft drive with universal joints to conventional stern gear Performance 1 5gph 6 5knts Electrics Domestic supply 4 x 12v batteries in the ER on 24v circuits Engine start 1 x 12v battery in the ER 240v circuits 2 x battery chargers Tanks Diesel 100 galls diesel in 2 stainless steel tanks one either side of the engine Water 100 galls stainless steel in the engine room space Pressurised water supply with new 2013 12v pump Ascot gas water heater in the heads compartment Black water tank Stainless steel sited under the lower saloon cabin sole 12v mascerator pump to evacuate to sea or specialised deck connecter outlet

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-sailers/francis-jones-motor-sailer/ (2016-04-26)
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  • For Sale - Walter Rayner Atlantic Ketch
    varnished teak hatch on the aft deck gives access to stowage in the large lazarette Large deep centre cock pit self draining with teak gratings and teak laid seat lockers each side A roll up blue canvas tilt encloses the back of the cock pit from the dog house roof to the aft coach roof The centre sections of the cock pit sole lift to give excellent all round access to the engine below Wide surface forward under the windscreen with twin panelled teak doors and fold up flap to the forward cabin entrance Radar to port other instruments mounted above to stbd in front of the wheel Clear perspex roof section allows sight of the rig above This cock pit is spacious deep and very safe Steering Wheel steering on Mathway rod and chain system with a varnished teak wheel forward under the dog house shelter to stbd in the cock pit for use in bad weather and curiously a second wheel mounted on the after cock pit bulkhead to port and therefore outside Rig Cutter rigged ketch rig on varnished masts and spars The main mast is stepped in a galvanised tabernacle on the coach roof with a steel pole compression post below The mizzen mast is stepped in a galvanised steel tabernacle on the after coach roof Both masts can be lowered in their tabernacles Stainless steel standing rigging the main mast rigging replaced in 2001 Internal galvanised steel chain plates Twin lowers and cap shrouds to the main Single spreaders with a jumper strut above Twin standing back stays inner fore stay from jumper strut to the fore deck Outer fore stay masthead to the bowsprit frame Single lower to the mizzen set well aft Cap shroud round the spreaders Both inner and outer fore stays fitted with Rotostay roller reefing gear Varnished roller reefing main boom with tackle kicker sheets to the mizzen mast tabernacle with tufnol blocks tail led in to the cock pit Sail foot tensioner crank on the bronze boom end swivel Varnished roller reefing mizzen boom sheets to a horse on the pushpit the tail led forward along the boom and made off to the mizzen tabernacle allowing it to be adjusted from the cock pit Genoa sheets to tracks on the rail and back to the sheet winches Staysail sheets through a lead block on the coach roof deck round the dog house with a straight pull to a jamming cleat on the cock pit coaming Winches Pair of chromed bottom action Gibb 9CR sheet winches on the coamings with adjacent cleats Captive wire main halyard winch with brake on the main mast Captive wire mizzen halyard winch with brake on the mizzen mast Captive wire winches to both roller furling gears Sails All sails in white terylene both headsails with UV strips Sail covers to mainsail and mizzen Mainsail Mizzen Staysail Genoa Machinery Ford 2720 4 cyl naturally aspirated fresh water cooled 60hp diesel engine on the centre line

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-sailers/walter-rayner-atlantic-ketch/ (2016-04-26)
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  • 35' St Ives Fishing Lugger
    Originally built as a flush decked replica she later had the wheelhouse added to provide shelter on windy days at sea The boat has been licensed under the MCA code of practice since she was first built and as such has been surveyed every year since having to stick rigidly to the rules of the code Still in code this is a very nice looking vessel that was only built just over 20 years ago meaning she is not suffering from the problems common in the older working vessels Length on deck 35 Beam 12 Draft 5 Construction Hull Planked in 1 ¼ larch fastened to alternate steamed and sawn oak timbers Iron nail fastened into the large sawn frames and copper riveted on the intermediated steamed timbers Grown oak floors across the centreline Oak backbone with an external iron ballast keel through fastened with iron keel bolts Decks Straight laid solid Douglas Fir deck screw fastened to the deck beams Caulked in the traditional way and seams payed with Butyl rubber Small bulwark all round on stanchions through the coverboard Galvanised guard rails above the capping rail to comply with MCA coding requirements Superstructure Wheelhouse fitted in present ownership with full standing headroom The boat has been used for charter fishing and as such the wheelhouse became a necessity to provide shelter from the elements Access on the starboard side wheel steering with engine controls Access below through a hatch at the forward end of the wheelhouse Small coachroof extending from the forward end of the wheelhouse gives adequate headroom below decks Painted wood with bronze portholes and a sheathed plywood coachroof deck Rig 2 masted lug rig on solid keel stepped masts A choice of sails all dating from 1993 Machinery Engine Ford 4cyl 85hp diesel engine Hydraulic

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-sailers/35-st-ives-fishing-lugger/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Miller Fifer 33 Ketch for sale
    boats capable of pushing their way through a sea giving a huge sense of strength and confidence This particular example is almost certainly one of the very best available following a major refit in present ownership between November 2011 and August 2012 Length on deck 33 Lwl 31 Beam 10 4 Draft 4 Thames Tonnage 12TM Built 1961 Construction Conventional plank on frame build using larch planking approx 1 ¼ thick carvel laid caulked and payed Millers caulked in cotton and payed their seams with red lead putty Frames Sawn oak frames in pairs of futtocks approx 4 square The frames span alternately across the keelson to create almost a ring frame typical of the fishing boat build making an immensely strong bottom end Fastenings Galvanised rose head cut nails as used in all fishing boat construction While galvanised fastenings often give rise to scepticism I have pulled fastenings from a Miller Fifer of the same age They could only be drawn with a 4 claw jemmy and of about 50 nails only 2 snapped through fatigue When hammering home it is inevitable that the galvanising on the tip of the rose head is damaged sometimes giving rise to some rust weep from under the plug and this should not immediately cause concern Refit Hull stripped to bare wood above the water line and given a full paint treatment The bottom was cleaned and prepared and all seams below w l recaulked and the bottom repainted and anti fouled Rudder dropped off prop drawn cutlass bearing replaced Original internal granite ballast replaced with lead All sea cocks stripped and serviced Deck Straight laid teak deck over a ply sub deck Jimmy Miller invariably used the same thickness of teak as ply Refit All seam paying compound replaced with modern butyl rubber compound Varnished mahogany wheel house and coach roof coamings and fore hatch on the fore deck Grab rails on the wheelhopuse are exceptionally well placed as will be found at sea Grab rails on the coach roof and a varnished iroko hand rail all round carried on stainless steel stanchions One of the great pleasures of the Miller Fifier is the small deep and very sheltered cock pit Cavernous seat lockers each side and stbd off set door to the wheel house Substantial cleats and fair leads all round Machinery and systems Lister Blackstone 36hp 4 cyl naturally aspirated diesel mounted on the centre line with conven tional shaft drive to centre line 3 blade bronze prop Salt water cooled Electric start hand start with decompressors not recommended for the faint hearted Manual gear box Separate gear change and throttle controls This is the older type of proper marine diesel engine rather than the modern marinised multi purpose engine lots of torque slow revving simple mechanics and very reassuring Refit Engine bay fitted with new sound proofing Cruising speed 6knts Side power SE80 185T Thruster system 24v twin propellors Generator Paguero 3000 3 6kw diesel generator New 24v bilge

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  • Miss Silver ketch For Sale
    Coach roofs forward and aft of the centre wheel house built in iroko coamings with teak laid decks Sliding doors each side of the wheel house Traditional varnished iroko sky light on both the forward and aft coach roofs New chromed window frames Deck laid in solid teak with varnished coverboards Galvanised stanchions all round with varnished mahogany capping rail White painted hull blue anti fouling varnished transom Bermudian ketch rig on varnished masts stepped in painted galvanised tabernacles on the coach roofs Stainless steel rigging with Norseman terminals to internal galvanised chain plates Mainsail mizzen jib and genoa all in tan terylene Perkins 4108 55hp 4 cyl diesel installed in 1985 Centre line installation under the wheel house floor which lifts in panels to give excellent all round access Hatch in the wheel house roof removes to facilitate engine removal TPM gear box with single lever controls to 3 blade prop gives 8knts Twin stainless steel fuel tanks of 20 galls each under the stbd side deck alongside the engine 4 berths Chains forward Bulkhead to saloon cabin with V berths table between Lockers below the settee berths and behind the settee backs Shelf above each side Galley in the after port corner with new 2 burner grill and oven gas cooker new stainless steel sink drainer drains overboard Locker under the side deck and below the sink Heads compartment and hanging locker in the after stbd corner Blake sea toilet fold down plastic hand basin Locker under the side deck Centre line steps up to the wheel house Port side steering position with teak rimmed wheel in a new console with full engine instrumentation New switch board below Engine controls to port on the wheel house side Chart table along the back of the wheel house Port off

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