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1979 Compass 47 was designed by Angelo Lavranos who had previously worked for Sparkman & Stephens in the 70s, this example is one of the 7 early boats built at Anchor/Compass Marine in Cape Town SA using the cold moulded technic, there was then a further 40 boats built in GRP.
‘Prelude’ is the perfect bluewater classic with a well-designed interior which can sleep ten in three cabins plus the salon, two head compartments and a midships galley. She perfectly doubles up well for classic yacht regattas which Prelude has taken part in the past – 1st in Spirit of Tradition class in Vele D'ep... read more
|Price:|| €145,000 Tax Paid|
2017 Williams Mini Jet 280 fitted with Rotax Ace 60hp engine which has only done 13 hours.
The 280 was specially designed to fit in most tender garages, bathing platforms or hang from davits. The particular RIB has seen very little use.
Comes with a trailer and cover
Currently being prepped and serviced.... read more
|Price:|| £14,000 Tax Paid|
Elena Maria Barbara is a replica 18th Century Baltic topsail schooner which originally formed part of Peter the Great’s Russian Navy.
This wonderful replica was built in 1995 along with a handful of other replicas to commemorate the 300th Anniversary of Peter the Great founding the Russian Navy this celebration took place in 2003 in St Peterburg.
The design was drawn by navel architect Andrey Ahkmeton is based on a set of lines formerly drawn by Fredrick Af Chapman and taken from work ‘Architectura Navalis Mercatoria’ published in 1768.
In the past 15 years various owners have undert... read more
|Price:|| £80,000 Tax Not Paid|
Gitana Junior II Z107 was designed by Jean Grobéty and built in Switzerland by Philippe Durr in 1986, and was raced by both Baron Edmond and his son Benjamin de Rothchild.
Having completed a major restoration in 2018, Gitana Junior II is presented in ready to race condition with an inventory to match; set of new Elvstrom sails from 2019/20 which have only been used 3 times, two masts (one which is a split mast for transporting - needs restoring), and up to date measurement certificate, this 6 Metre is ready to compete against her sisterships in the Worlds in 2023, Cowes.
Gitana Junior II ... read more
|Price:|| £49,500 Tax Paid|
This is a very unique International 9 Metre sailing yacht, she was the first to be built to the new International Rule in 1907 and has since been a well-known yacht on the classic scene in both Sweden and The Netherlands.
Angödomen was designed in 1906 by Gunnar Mellgren who was a engineer in Gothenburg and as his hobby designed sailing yachts, built by the Lofholm Yard in 1907 using the finest Honduras mahogany planks (her hull today can be found in remarkable condition)
The previous custodian undertook a large refit 2008/9 at the Ventis Yard which saw a new teak deck laid, new cabin roof... read more
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.
Spring Breeze off... read more
|Location:||Isle of Wight UK|
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 converted into cruiser/racer with the well-designed cabin and interior, Duet then raced under the Solent Q Class and now races under CIM.
Duet has ha... read more
The ever so popular Concordia 39 Yawl is hull number of 76 of a total 103 built, designed in house by C Raymond Hunt and built at Abeking and Ramussen, Germany.
Sumatra was built in 1960 and was fully rebuilt (after storm damage) in 1994 at the Concordia Company, which saw much work undertaken, but most importantly to original design. She is a fine example of this graceful classic and has been well cared by her current and previous owners.
The 39’ Yawl is as at home cruising with the family or taking part in classic yacht regattas, able to sleep four in four single berths and spacious layo... read more
|Location:||Rhode Island USA|
What isn’t to love about this most magnificent 38ft Motoryacht? Designed by Philip L Rhodes and built at the famous Henry B. Nevins yard in City Island, New York in 1947.
Built using teak, Ku Chu has a beautiful amount of character and is mostly original. Her design is centred around entertaining which is provided by the large cockpit/wheel house area. She can sleep four guest in her cabin and settee berths in the wheelhouse.
Her second owner replaced the engines in 1994 with a pair of Cummins 250hp diesel engines which allows Ku Chu a maximum speed of 21knots and 12 knots for cruising.
L... read more
|Location:||Rhode Island USA|
A beautifully elegant gentleman’s yacht, Amali of London was built in 1991 using the best modern technology of the time with a Dutch influence in design, built using cedar, mahogany ash and teak. The creator of this magnificent yacht was Sean McMillan, who today is still building both motor and sail yachts to the same proven construction at Spirit Yachts.
Amali offers the most wonderful entertaining space on her decks, with a raised dining area for up to six people and ample sunbathing/entertaining space under her custom made awnings. With two helm stations, one on deck and one below you ar... read more
|Location:||Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur France|
|Price:|| £149,000 Tax Paid|