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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40ft. NICHOLSON BERMUDIAN SLOOP - Berthons - 100A1 -1959
TYRENA – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Designed by Charles A. Nicholson, Design no. A181 and built by Berthon of Lymington in 1959 Official No. 300698 for C J Sanders from Surrey. Registered and moored in Southampton during the early 1960s. In 1962 Dr. & Mrs W E Glover purchased TYRENA moving her to Donaghadee near their family home in Ireland. They won the Alisa Craig Regatta Trophy in 1962. In the late 1960s, Leslie Oldridge FCA of Reading acquired the vessel moving her to a Beaulieu River mooring in 1970. In 1977 W S MARTIN of Shearway Foods Ltd bought TYRENA keeping her i... read more

Year:1959
Length: 40'
Location:Aegean Islands Greece
Price: £30,000 Tax Not Paid
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ID: 605431  (Trade)
Posted: 28 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: 29 days ago

42ft 'WINDFALL' BERMUDIAN SLOOP - Restored & In Commission
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: NORDOST is a fully documented ‘Windfall Yacht’ so-called as they fell like ripe fruits after the Second World War and were brought back to England as spoils of war. NORDOST was liberated by a Spitfire pilot and sailed back to Harwich in 1946 from the Dutch Canal where she was in use as accommodation for Luftwaffe pilots. NORDOST was built in Lubeck (Travemunde) in 1928 to the 60 Square Metre Seefahrtkreuzer (sports yacht) German National Rule. Twenty-one 60 sq.m. examples were built of which only three are known to survive. Michael Cudmore’s ... read more

Year:1928
Length: 42' 9"
Location:Glasgow UK
Price: £18,000 Tax Exempt
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ID: 585875  (Trade)
Posted: 30 days ago

48ft. VAGABOND CLASS BLUE-WATER CRUISING YACHT
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: VAGABOND’ELLE was built in 1970 and purchased by her current French owner for polar exploration in 1995 and is one of a succession of Vagabond yachts made famous through books, films, exhibitions and television programmes by their voyaging owners undertaking scientific research. Built by Szczecinska Stocznia Yachtowa of Gdansk to a design by Ryszard Langer, Vagabond’elle has completed 1,000’s of nautical miles during the last fifteen years, the owners are now looking to down-size although the vessel was totally re-fitted in 1997 and up-graded in 2... read more

Year:1970
Length: 48'
Location:Brittany France
Price: £72,500 Tax Paid
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ID: 615431  (Trade)
Posted: 1 month ago

30ft. CHEOY LEE CRUISAIRE CLIPPER KETCH
Overall Length: 30ft on deck :: Waterline: 23ft :: Beam: 10ft 7ins :: Draught: 2ft 6ins / 6ft plate down :: Displacement: 11 Tons T M Engine: 47hp Perkins Diesel :: Designer: Alfred Luders :: Builder: Cheoy Lee Shipyard, Hong Kong :: Location: South Coast Sail: Ketch Cutter Rig :: Berths: Four Berths in Three Cabins :: Year: 1970 :: Price: £29,500 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: The Cruisaire 30 design, drawn by successful naval architect Alfred Luders (1909-1999) was first produced in 1969 by the well respected Cheoy-Lee Shipyard, Hong Kong. Cheoy-L... read more

Year:1970
Length: 36'
Location:Hampshire UK
Price: £29,500 Tax Exempt
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ID: 557221  (Trade)
Posted: 1 month ago

28ft. CLASSIC FELTHAM BERMUDIAN CUTTER
HISTORY & CONSTRUCTION: WALLOP was designed and built by Harry Feltham in Portsmouth in 1929 for her first owner S Tonkin of London W1. Later registered in Southampton, official number 161711. In the late 1930s, Major Robert Spencer M C, J P of London W2 acquired WALLOP keeping her in Southampton. After the War, R E Burgess of Chelmsford bought the vessel altering her from a cutter to a ketch rig in 1951 (altered back to cutter rig in 1956) In the early 1960s Clive Debenham of Harley Street, W1 became the next registered owner mooring WALLOP at Burnham on Crouch. In 1972 Christopher ... read more

Year:1929
Length: 28'
Location:Suffolk UK
Price: £17,500 Tax Exempt
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ID: 614727  (Trade)
Posted: 1 month ago

46ft CARDINAL CLASS CRUISER/RACER 1989 - Excellent Example
HARMONY – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION The Cardinal Series of yachts date from the 1980s and were the foundation of the Warwick Yacht Design Company. Alan Warwick 1934-2018 set up the W.Y.D company in Auckland in 1980 producing over 500 designs to include performance yachts, mono and multihulls, sports fishers, luxury superyachts, high-speed launches and commercial boats. The company quickly gained a reputation for quality design and as such performance cruiser/racers such as the Cardinal 46. Consequently, they are highly sought-after, long-distance, blue water, fin & skeg yach... read more

Year:1989
Length: 46'
Location:Mallorca Spain
Price: £97,500 Ex. Tax
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ID: 614477  (Trade)
Posted: 1 month ago

28ft. OSBORNE MARTLET MOTOR CRUISER part project
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 ... read more

Year:1952
Length: 28'
Location:Norfolk UK
Price: £10,500 Tax Exempt
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ID: 648549  (Trade)
Posted: 1 month 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: 2 months ago

32ft. HILLYARD NINE TONNER BERMUDIAN SLOOP
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: The legendary David Hillyard needs little introduction as one of the most successful wooden boat-builders of the twentieth century, producing a staggering eight hundred boats from two-half tonners to large ocean-going schooners. The yard on the River Arun in Littlehampton, established in the 1920s was soon recognised for producing traditional, well-built family cruising yachts for a reasonable price. The standard ‘Nine Tonners’ were built in reasonable large numbers and feature a centre cockpit, aft double cabin and canoe stern. The design offers r... read more

Year:1965
Length: 32'
Location:Hampshire UK
Price: £12,000 Tax Exempt
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ID: 647438  (Trade)
Posted: 2 months ago



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