Classic Yacht Brokerage
Classic Yacht Brokerage
Worcester, Worcestershire, WR5 3HA, UK
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Established in 1993 Classic Yacht Brokerage is recognised as the country’s leading traditional yacht agencies specialising in the sale of vintage, classic and thoroughbred motor and sailing yachts throughout the UK and Europe
Central Office & Administration:
8 Wheatfield Avenue
Worcester
WR5 3HA

Telephone: 01905-356482 / 07949-095075 Email: info@classicyachtbrokerage.co.uk

All types of wooden sailing and motor-yachts are required to replace those recently sold. Where-ever your boat is presently located if you are contemplating selling this Autumn we should be pleased to hear from you.

Classic Yacht Brokerage offer competitive 'no sale no fee or costs' terms aimed at producing the best possible results whether marketing a former Royal Yacht or Clinker Dinghy with informative fully illustrated details and specialist advertising on all vessels.

Marketing can be tailored to suit an owners individual requirements and time-scale.

Occasionally vessels are sold directly through our clients register, so contact us with your particular requirements as often we know of vessels which could be for sale to the right buyer or that are shortly coming on to the market .


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SOLD - 36ft. HISTORIC MOTOR-CRUISER - 1942 - Project
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: ORDE WINGATE was one of a small number of Admiralty designed naval pinnaces built by Lady Bee Ltd. of Shoreham in 1942. In 1944 she took part in the historic D-Day Landings. After being sold out of service she was converted to a private motor-yacht by V H Haynes of Dinnet House, Hambrook Hill, Chichester, a member of the Little Ship Club. Registered in London in the early 1950s with the official number 186239. ORDE WINGATE is named after Major-General Orde Charles Wingate DSO (1903 – 1944) who Churchill described as ‘ one of the most brilliant and cou... read more

Year:1942
Length: 36'
Location:West Sussex UK
Price: £10,000 Tax Exempt
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ID: 653750  (Trade)
Posted: 1 day ago

66ft. NEW YORK COMMUTER CLASSIC - COMFORTABLE LIVEABOARD
HISTORY and DESCRIPTION: Designed by Tams and King Incorporated of 250 Park Avenue, New York City, USA, for the 1927 season. From as early as 1869 an early craze for fast gentlemen’s yachts emerged on Lake Windermere. Not to be outdone, the craze moved across the Atlantic to the shores of the East Coast of America where numerous famous personalities acquired equally and perhaps more luxurious steam yachts. Between the Wars, a need by the many wealthy men of fortune from Wall Street to spend their wealth on craft gave the creation of nearly three hundred vessels, ranging from 25ft to 3... read more

Year:1927
Length: 66'
Location:Kent UK
Price: £246,000 Tax Exempt
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ID: 652096  (Trade)
Posted: 4 days ago

37ft BORWICK MOTOR YACHT
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Although little is known of her early history, SUNSTAR is believed to have been built as an open aft cockpit twin-screw motor yacht with flat transom, and then later extended to a canoe type stern with enclosed stateroom aft of wheelhouse sometime in the late 1920s. Her engines were originally twin-cylinder Hyland petrol. SUNSTAR was re-engined in the 1940s with two Brit four-cylinder petrol engines, later changed to twin BMC 1.5 diesel engines in 1963. SUNSTAR was built in 1927 by the well-know Windermere boatbuilders Borwick & Sons. She was first re... read more

Year:1927
Length: 37'
Location:Warwickshire UK
Price: £12,950 Tax Exempt
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ID: 642933  (Trade)
Posted: 6 days ago

41ft. CLASSIC TWIN SCREW MOTOR YACHT
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Designed by the well established and respected firm of boat-builders Graham Bunn Ltd of Wroxham, Norfolk to a design by R M Martins in 1958 for the legendary all round entertainer George Formby, and originally named LADY BERYL II after George’s indomitable wife. However, on her maiden voyage, so the story goes Mrs Formby did not enjoy coastal cruising so LADY BERYL II returned to the Broads and was principally used as a holiday boat and second home when George was appearing for the summer season in Great Yarmouth. Beryl died in 1960, a few months later j... read more

Year:1958
Length: 41'
Location:London UK
Price: £75,000 Tax Exempt
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ID: 656900  (Trade)
Posted: 11 days ago

42ft HYLAND CLASS -  1935 STANILAND MOTOR YACHT
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: In 1935 Geoffrey Livingston of the Hollies, Leicester commissioned Arthur Comben of Hyland Ltd to refine his design of a 42ft sea-going motor yacht to be kept on the East Coast. Staniland of Thorne built the vessel for the sum of £2,050 of pitch-pine on oak with teak superstructure and brightwork. Interestingly Geoff had RUMMY 11 built in 1930 by Bangor Shipyard, to a Hyland 30ft motor yacht design. Hyland Cruisers have an established reputation and were built to order in the 36ft, 38ft and 42ft class with a small number of 40 footers. The 42ft Hylands were... read more

Year:1935
Length: 42' 6"
Location:Suffolk UK
Price: £95,000 Tax Exempt
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ID: 641513  (Trade)
Posted: 21 days ago

38ft. CHEOY LEE KETCH MOTOR YACHT - Recent Refit
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: SHAMEEN designed and built by the highly respected Cheoy Lee Shipyard in Hong Kong in 1958. Shortly after being commissioned, she was sailed to Singapore before, in 1960 coming to Poole in Dorset in the ownership of R Y Frost of Canford Cliffs. In 1963 W G C Williams of Hayle in Cornwall purchased SHAMEEN keeping her in St Ives Harbour. A H Dallimore became the next registered owner moving the vessel to St Martin’s on the Isles of Scilly in 1970 and then to Oban in 1978 when he moved to Scotland. In new ownership, SHAMEEN was sailed to the Med and back. A... read more

Year:1958
Length: 38'
Location:Hampshire UK
Price: £60,000 Tax Exempt
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ID: 656195  (Trade)
Posted: 25 days ago

33ft. MILLER MFV KETCH MOTOR SAILER - Gardner Diesel
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Miller of St. Monance need little introduction as one of the most successful boatyards in the UK. James Miller built many fishing boats at his yard in St Monance on the Fife coast, the largest over 70′. He also built some very fine yachts to various UK designer’s plans working from the 1930s through to the sale of the yard and subsequent closure in the 1970s. The yard used their knowledge of the Scottish fishing boat, famous for it’s sea-worthiness, to produce a range of motor sailers, the Fifers, which became very popular and were built from... read more

Year:1954
Length: 35'
Location:North Ayrshire UK
Price: £27,500 Tax Exempt
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ID: 647893  (Trade)
Posted: 1 month ago

37ft OSBORNE EXPRESS MOTOR CRUISER - Project for Completion
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: William Osborne senior (1880-1931) established a business in London in 1912 building motor car bodies, first in Pall Mall and later in Piccadilly. In 1919 William decided to expand into boat-building after receiving an order from the Sussex Motor Yacht Club for a one-design 20-knot powerboat series. William found suitable premises fronting the River Arun in Littlehampton. Motor-yacht commissions soon followed. First from W J Pearson for a 40ft. motor-yacht MA JOIE in 1919 followed by a 60ft. MA JOIE ll in 1920. Three orders for 1921 and two in 1922. The company q... read more

Year:1968
Length: 37'
Location:Surrey UK
Price: £9,500 Tax Exempt
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ID: 637214  (Trade)
Posted: 2 months ago

32ft. RAMPART MOTOR CRUISER -1972 - excellent
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: The Rampart Boatbuilding Company needs little introduction as one of the most well-known motor-yacht yards in England. Established just after the First World War at Bitterne Manor, Southampton by George Desty the yard soon became famous for their range of production motor-yachts. Ramparts continued until the early 1980s as one of the last South Coast yards to be still building wooden boats. The Rampart 32 with its stylish lines and generous well finished accommodation is a highly successful medium displacement vessel of traditional construction with great sea-keep... read more

Year:1972
Length: 32'
Location:Surrey UK
Price: £25,000 Tax Exempt
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ID: 654298  (Trade)
Posted: 2 months ago

24ft. CLASSIC WILSON MOTOR CRUISER - excellent example
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: GOLDEN COCKEREL is one of a series of motor cruisers designed and built by George Wilson Ltd of Sunbury on Thames in 1946. Wilson’s have an established reputation for attractive and well-built cruisers during the 1940s, 50s and 60s with most notably the Swan series. During the 1950s GOLDEN COCKEREL was owned by Miss R Phelps of Devonshire Close, London W1. She sold the boat to a close neighbour and most likely friend in Devonshire Close a Mrs J Woolcombe OBE who stationed GOLDEN COCKEREL at Horning on the Norfolk Broads. In 1966 Mr H Carter of Norwich bo... read more

Year:1946
Length: 24'
Location:Norfolk UK
Price: £18,500 Tax Exempt
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ID: 654126  (Trade)
Posted: 2 months ago



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