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Duet needs no introduction if you have been a regular at any Mediterranean classic regatta in the past decade, having been busy cleaning up the silverware at the likes of Coupe d’Automme Yacht Club de France, Les Voiles d’Antibes and Regates Royales Cannes.
Originally designed by Sir Thomas Glen- Coats under the Alfred Mylne design office and built in 1926 at the McGruer & Co yard. Her original design was to a 6 Metre rule and after the war was converted into cruiser/racer with a well-designed cabin and interior, Duet has since been racing under the Q Class which is a han... read more
|Length:|| 34' 1"|
Yquem II is currently the fastest 8 Metre on the planet having won the last World Championships in Cowes in 2019. She has a proud and very impressive race record with numerous World Championship wins over the past 19 Years.
Designed by Jacques Fauroux and built in 2002 by Chantier Naval Caparros in Antibes, France, she was originally commissioned as Fleurs De Lys and won the World Championships in her first year in Helsinki.
Renamed Yquem II in 2008, her current owner has continued race tuning and upgrading this very impressive and successful 8 Metre. This has included deigning and const... read more
|Price:|| €240,000 Tax Paid|
Described by many as the most beautifully designed and built 6 Metre by Luders, St Kitts III (Ex Circe) was designed and built in 1937 by Luders Marine Constructions Co.
After a full restoration on the island of St Kitts in the 90’s, she was shipped to the UK in 2000 and has remained a stable 6 Metre on both the national and club racing scene.
After being laid up 4 years ago, it is now time for a new owner to take this beautiful classic 6 Metre on, along with her extensive specification.... read more
|Length:|| 37' 69"|
Miranda II was built in 1937 by the Costaguta Shipyard in Italy, a yard renowned for building some of the finest racing yachts. In her early years Miranda II was one of the top boats in the Italian 6 Metre fleet.
The current owner found Miranda II in Milan. After a long period of being stored in a shed, she was in a poor state and they had her shipped to a yard in Suffolk, UK for a full restoration. The work undertaken in 2011/12 was extensive including casting a new lead keel and bolts, new frames where needed and strengthening the boat with internal bulk heads around the mast and rudder ... read more
|Length:|| 36' 4"|
Spring Breeze was designed by Fredrick Parker in 1980 and is, most likely, one of his last designs before his passing in 1985. Fredrick was known for designing the Javelin 30 in GRP, in his own comments ‘not a material he favoured’.
Spring Breeze was built using a cold moulded method from 25mm Iroko, with a teak deck. The original owner, who had a smaller Fred Parker yacht beforehand, designed her with racing and extensive cruising in mind. After some very early design changes to the keel and rudder, what is found today in Spring Breeze is a very capable cruising yacht.
Sprin... read more
|Length:|| 42' 1"|
|Location:||Isle of Wight UK|
|Price:|| £49,500 Tax Exempt|
Madame was built in 1949 at a shipyard in the Netherlands, she is an appealing vintage Dutch cruising boat which is built from steel and benefits from having had a full restoration in 2001 by her current owner who has also ensured continuous maintenance work since.
Her design is built around her varnished mahogany saloon/wheel house which allows for spacious entertaining both inside and on her aft deck. Able to sleep 6 guests over three cabins (two twin bunks and one double).
Fitted with a single MAN 340hp diesel engine which allows a very comfortable cruising speed of 7.5 knots, hydra... read more
|Price:|| €380,000 Tax Paid|
Escorpion was designed by the famous Germán Frers Sr and built in Argentina in 1943. She is an extremely capable classic yacht, both as a comfortable cruising yacht having seen the globe in her circumnavigation with her previous owner and on the race course at any classic regatta.
Currently Escorpion is set up for family cruising and is able to sleep six comfortably in three cabins. The interior is well loved and mostly original, giving it a period feeling. There is an extensive inventory included in her sale and this will allow the next owner to go and enjoy her as the previous owne... read more
|Price:|| €195,000 Tax Exempt|
A true classic Gentleman’s motoryacht from a bygone era; Hyskeir was designed by John Bain. Using this Silver Leaf class design she was built at the Scottish boatyard of James A. Silver Ltd in 1937.
Hyskeir was named by her first owners after the Lighthouse which at the southern end of the Minch between the Outer Hebrides and mainland Scotland.
Shortly after her launch Hyskeir was to join, like many of her sisterships, Operation Dynamo which is better known to us all as Dunkirk in 1940. This saw around 850 privately owned boats and 20 warships flock to Dunkirk to help evacuate the ... read more
|Price:|| £250,000 Tax Exempt|
1998 Ribtec 7.5m Rib (Project)
Fitted with Mermaid 330hp Turbo diesel engine, which is connected to a Vospower jet drive – the boat can achieve a maximum speed of 42 knots.
The boat has been sat for some time and will need a good servicing/cleaning, engine does start and can be seen running. Tubes hold air, but as can be seen does have some repairs.
Trailer not included.... read more
Ramille is a charming motoryacht which was built in 1938 by William Osborne at Arun Shipyard, Littlehampton. The design brief was to have a modern motoryacht that was able to cruise extensively in comfort, with up-to-date equipment such as automatic steering and gas appliances, this was achieved by C W Burnard naval architect.
She has a wonderful history in her early years, featuring in the April 1938 copy of The Motor Boat Magazine this was just to her very modern interior and equipment fitted. During World War 2 Ramille was purchased by the MOD and took part in the very famous Operation ... read more
|Price:|| £12,000 Tax Exempt|