A very good example of the Colvic UFO manufactured by in 1975 to the Holman & Pye design. The hull lay in a boatyard until 1997 when construction was finally completed and the boat first launched.
Designed by David Feltham, designer of Cobra/Seawolf class yachts, ‘Sesenta’ is a comfortable cruising yacht which sails very well with a surprising windward ability.
A beautiful classic mahogany day sailer, restored to very high standards and just relaunched in summer 2012. Thought possibly to be a Princess "23" or a smaller version of the Børresen Dragon.
An excellent example of the class. This Gibsea 76 has been carefully maintained by her owners.
By the end of May she will have undergone a complete replacement of the headlining in all areas below deck.
A very fine example of the South Cat 86 Mk 2 Island Catamaran Fishing vessel, ideally suited to Sea Angling, for survey work or as a Dive tender.
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A superb example of the classic Ocean 35, designed by A.A. Truman and built in 1950 by Wallasea Bay Yacht Station.
A good example of the Pembroke, the fin keel version of the Centaur. Well loved by last owner, with a new Beta engine.
Designed by Angus Primrose the Moody 30 was very successful with over 150 built. This one is in very good condition having been well looked after for most of its life.
An ideal blue water cruising yacht, sails well in all conditions. Equipped to be self sufficient on long passages, in ready to go anywhere condition.
Strong performance orientated pilothouse ketch, cutter rigged. Designed by Sparkman and Stephens for comfort and ease of handling she is ideal for both ocean and coastal passages.