All Classic Yacht Sailing Yachts for sale in Europe
Robert Tucker designed centre cockit ketch, built 1970, mahogany AGBA strip planking.
5 full length berths in 3 cabins including separate aft cabin.
Comprehensive refit of all systems 2004 - 2008, lightly used then professionally laid up and stored ashore under cover since 2013 as I now have a larger yacht (also a ketch).
Easily handled shallow draft yacht in good condition, ideal for exploring the East Coast rivers.... read more
|Price:|| £12,000 Tax Exempt|
Bush Baby is a very good example of the classic South Coast One Design.
Designed by Charles Nicholson and built at Burnes of Bosham in 1961, in our ownership over the last 5 years she has been well maintained, with specialist work by Nick Gates of Emsworth.
As to be expected with a SCOD, she sails very well for her size, and never fails to turn heads and attract compliments wherever we go.
* New bunk cushions 2015
* New standing rigging 2017
* New Elvstrom mainsail and genoa 2019
* New headsail furler 2019
* Exterior varnish professionally renewed 2020
* Deck repainted... read more
|Price:|| £10,000 Tax Paid|
A unique opportunity to acquire one of the earliest classic yachts afloat.
Sorceress a 60ft Gaff Cutter designed and built by Arthur E Payne in 1878 for Captain Lynch Staunton a member of the Royal Yacht Squadron.
Captain Lynch Staunton also owned Mermaid 1860 built by Arthur Paynes father Alfred.
Sorceress was launched in the year of Alfreds death so one could imagine her being on the cusp of the evolution of yacht design with Arthur Payne going on to produce yachts such as Cariad, Javelin, Wayward and Artemis.
At 60ft LOD 13ft Beam and 9ft 6ins Draft, Sorceress is a very hand... read more
|Price:|| £85,000 Tax Exempt|
MEMORY 19 DAYBOAT
This is an Eric Bergquist hull that I found in a boat yard in 1992 and it was incomplete and required completion. I have owned her ever since and she has been a part of the family over this time. In years passed she has been involved with successful racing and won many prizes.
There is plenty of info on the web about these boats and this one is a very good example.
The hull differs from other Memory 19 as follows:-
- The mahogany cockpit coaming is raised to 100 mm above the deck with bronze fairleads and bronze cleats on the inside. This keeps the cockpit fairly... read more
|Length:|| 24' 10"|
|Price:|| £7,750 Inc. Tax|
Fearnought is a beautiful 36ft. (29' 6" LWL) Gaff Cutter designed by Arthur Payne and built of Teak at Luke brothers yard, Hamble in1897. Her hull is of Carvel Teak on oak frames and is almost entirely original. She has a bolted on ballast keel with a with a cut away forefoot.
There is a huge amount of provenance with this boat including original extracts from The Yachting World from 1896/7 detailing her build progress. She was pictured sailing on the November 1998 cover of Classic Boat.
National small boat register.
She is currently laid up and available to view in Cornwall.... read more
49ft 22 TON Robert Clark Cutter steel hull fantastic project in progress
Beautifully built corten steel hand rolled, like only the dutch know how using the finest sheet metal produced of its era, which makes for a beautiful wine glass shaped hull with an encapsulated lead keel. Seaswallow was built in 1954 in the Van Dam Yard in Holland for the owner of a stainless steel factory, consequently there are many stainless steel fittings for the mast and rigging.
Length 49’, beam 11’ 8”, draft 6’ 6”, waterline length 38’
Hull thickness 6mm in keel area t... read more
|Length:|| 49' 8"|
|Price:|| £45,000 Tax Paid|
Built in England in 1972 in fibreglass (25 mm) with frames and stringers as a “one- off” designed by Sparkman & Stephens.
An extremely safe and seaworthy sailor for world wide cruising.
Length over all 57 feet
Length on deck 54 feet
Beam 4, 1 meter
Draft 2, 1 meter
Total weight 24 tons
Gross tonnage 16 tons
Net tonnage 6 tons
She has 3 double cabins and 3 beds in the main saloon. There are two separate toilets, one with shower. Seating for 10 persons below deck and up to 25 in the cockpit and on deck. New interior during 2000-2009. Also new Lew... read more
|Price:|| £69,500 Tax Paid|
Petrina was designed by Alfred Westmacott and built in his yard at Woodnutts, St Helen's, Isle of Wight in 1937/38 as a day sailing boat with a lifting steel centre plate, which enables her to find her way into the shallowest waters and if needed take the ground on her sea legs.
LOA (including bowsprit) 24' 9" , beam 7' 6", draft 2' 6" (centre plate raised) displacement approx. 2 tonnes.
She completed a re-fit in 2018/19, works included:
- hull stripped back to the timbers & topsides re-splined
- installing a new lifting centre plate
- replacin... read more
|Length:|| 24' 9"|
|Location:||West Sussex UK|
|Price:|| £16,000 Tax Paid|
"Cygnet" is a beautiful, wooden BB11 one-design racing/cruising dayboat. She was designed and built in Norway by Bjorge Bringsvaerd in the 1950s, and is fast and dry, having an easily driven and particularly seaworthy hull form. Built in buoyancy is incorporated in the hull to ensure maximum safety under all conditions. The all-up weight of the BB11 is under three quarters of a ton and it can easily be trailed by road. This boat has had a complete restoration, and is ready to go afloat with all spars and sails needed. She comes with a purpose-built, galvanised, single-axle road trail... read more
A Classic Nicholson 31 sailing yacht from 1977 Hull #048. It has been sailed by our family for 41 years with great pleasure, originally bought new by my grandfather, later my mother and now the third generation. Fully equipped with stove, fridge, heater, 220V inverter, raymarine chartplotter, raymarine ST60, classic sailor RT44 VHF, autohelm, toilet. Yanmar 27 HP engine (2000). Large headsail on Furlex and main sail by De Vries (2010). Sprayhood 2018. Always moored in a fresh water port (IJsselmeer Muiden) so less wear than salty water.
A very safe seaworthy yacht strongly built and with use ... read more
|Price:|| €17,000 Tax Paid|