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Here we have a spacious, diesel-powered 27 foot JGM Madeira river cruiser that is fully usable and cruisable and just needs a small amount of work to bring her back to her former glory. She is being sold as a light project as she is in need of some things doing that are predominantly cosmetic. I would estimate her as being 95% there, but fully usable as she is.
Her BSS is valid to July 2022
She seems to be a delightful and nicely running boat that starts on the key and runs smoothly. She benefits from a pump out toilet and is light and bright inside with her spacious layout of a forw... read more
This delightful Achilles 24 has and continues to receive a lot of love and attention by its current owner. A very well presented example of this popular trailer/sailer, she is versatile and capable. Please note, some exterior pictures are prior to the coachline being repainted and some are after completion
Below is a list of work carried out of late:
Complete refurbishment of the road trailer in 2013. The trailer has not been in the water since
Re-fitting the interior
Fitting new guard wires
Fitting new bobbins to the Tabernacle
Fitting bushes in the mast halyard pulleys
Recently valete... read more
A Halmatic hull designed to specification for the first owner in 1965 in a similar style to a Nelson 32. This spacious cruiser was bought in 1994 by a Royal Navy Veteran and was looked after meticulously with real love and care. Unfortunately a bereavement has caused her to sit untouched for a couple years.
This is a must view boat with serious potential for someone to transform it. The boat was last antifouled in late 2019 as well as new varnish and non slip paint on the topsides at the same time.
This boat will benefit from just a sanding down and re-varnish on the interiors as well... read more
The Fairey marine company was synonymous with inventive and enduring design. This boat, number 698 came off the production line in 1980. She is one of only seven boats produced and of those seven it is believed only three survive.
She has the stamp of a utility vessel, produced to do a job of work in exacting and demanding conditions.
With her excellent helming wheelhouse, safety bulkheads and generous working areas, and a well protected accommodation area she could be suitable for a wide range of tasking; dveboat, work launch, sea fishing, etc.
This is a serious boat and coupled wit... read more
The Westerly Centaur 26’ is a good family cruiser, ideal for those upgrading from dayboats or dinghies. With over 2500 built they proved very popular and most are still sailing today.
In essence, she is a proper family cruiser, with a fairly comfortable motion at sea, an easily handled but not under-canvassed rig, a good-sized cockpit and plenty of living space with 6ft headroom below and can sleep up to five adults in reasonable comfort.
This example has been well maintained and has had the benefit of being re-engined fairly recently with a more powerful engine.
These boat detai... read more
This is a good example of the ever popular Jaguar 27 sailing boat and appears to be well maintained by its current owner.Offered by her current owner as they are upgrading to a bigger boat, she offers 6 berths in total (2 doubles and 2 single/ crew) a spacious and a well appointed interior plus room to move about in the cockpit. Plenty of equipment and inventory means this is a capable and versatile choice for anybody wanting to enjoy the local waterway or travel a bit further afield. As a Bilge Keel she is also suited for inland waterways with less draft and the ability to sit upright at lo... read more
Sealine really pushed innovation with the F42/5.
Perhaps the highlight of the innovation being the extending cockpit, opening up the cockpit space at the press of a button.
This model is the rarer 3 cabin version making it a first class choice for a family looking to accommodate 6 in three separate cabins without the need of a dinette or saloon conversion.
The current owners have maintained the boat diligently and she is very much ready for new owners to get out on the water in the coming season.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be c... read more
1882 Dutch ‘Stevenaak’ Houseboat
Moored in one of the most idyllic settings, with breath taking views over the River Deben and looking out over the world-famous Anglo Saxon remains at Sutton Hoo, This 25 metre Dutch Barge Houseboat conversion is a wonderful opportunity to get away from it all
Now residing in Suffolk, the boat was built in 1882 in Slikkerveer as a sailing barge, converted to a motor ship circa 1967 before being made into a residential vessel in 1995. The boat has been beautifully maintained over the years with incredible history having spent 6 years cruising the French ca... read more
The President 37 Sundeck is an aft cabin cruiser that offers a lot of space with a roomy saloon, separate dinette, aft master cabin, a large flybridge and a large aft rear sundeck. First introduced in the mid-1980s, they were built in Taiwan on a solid fiberglass hull.
The President’s lines are classic flybridge cruiser with a full teak interior woodwork that is impressively finished. The big wraparound cabin windows create a bright and surprisingly open salon. Outside, the flybridge is large and spacious with the aft sun deck providing space for several deck chairs. The serviceable side... read more
Amazing opportunity to own a spacious houseboat on the beautiful River Orwell. This vessel has recently been surveyed and does need considerable investment. However, a motivated owner is inviting offers that will mean that once work has been completed, this could make a fantastic residence with no mooring costs in probably the best location currently available.
The barge has been converted to open plan style over two levels with additional decking area to the fore. A mecca for artists, naturists or anybody who just wants to get away from it all, the work required will enab... read more