All Classic Boats for sale in Surrey, England
'Mandolin' is a beautiful example of a classic Edwardian style mahogany hulled classic river launch.
This vessel has just undergone an extensive refit to her hull deck an super structure by Mike Dennett's boat builders in Chertsey.
Her 6 cylinder shaft drive engine has been regularly maintained and effortlessness glides her 4-6 passengers either under cover or from her open bow.
This vessel is true delight and needs to be seen to be appreciated.
There is a current Boat Safety Certificate valid until 2019, asking £29,950.00.... read more
|Location:||River Thames Chertsey Surrey UK|
|Price:|| £29,950 Tax Exempt|
Designer : Alan Platt
Builder : A F Platt Ltd., Benfleet, Essex
LOA : 7.62m (25ft 0in)
LOD : 7.32m (24ft 0in)
LWL : 6.86m (22ft 6in)
Beam : 2.46m (8ft 1in)
Draft : 0.76m (2ft 6in)
Maximum Draft : 2.1m (6ft 11in)
Keel : Full with bilge plates
Wood clinker construction
Iroko planking on oak ribs, copper fastened
Cast iron keel with galvanised bilge fins
Centreboard case and winch in situ, but no centreboard fitted
Transom hung rudder (extends LOA to 7.62m/25ft)
Cabin sides in iroko (single piece each side)
Wintered ashore annually with th... read more
Classic Riva Rudy sports boat fitted with Crusader V8 inboard engine.
She has benefited from a repaint several years ago done in 2 pack paint in a professional spray shop and has undergone some restoration work to make her into a smart vessel.
She has had minimal use over the last few years and has spent most of her time in a locked compound on her trailer.
Please call or email for further details and to be put in direct contact with the owner whom can tell you the history of this amazing looking classic speed boat.
The price is C.£25,000 as a guide, the owner will be able to confir... read more
|Location:||Thames Brokerage Ltd, Thames Ditton, Surrey Surrey UK|
Yachting Brokers are pleased to present a beautiful 1923 classic motor yacht that has been lovingly restored. Registered on the National Historic Ships, she was built to private order in 1923 and subsequently purchased by the post office to operate in the Shetland Isles. Rumours abound that she was used for clandestine operations in World War II which resulted in her capture and scuttling. Thankfully she was raised by the Royal Navy and purchased by HM government in 1947. Her whereabouts after that are a bit murky but she appears to have been used as a houseboat until being purchased by the cu... read more
|Location:||Weybridge Surrey UK|