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.
Classic Weekender for the family by Shetland. This one is the rare and much sought after inboard diesel version.
The Vancouver 32 comes from the board of Robert Harris and was a development from the highly successful Vancouver 27 design.
Unquestionably built for the rigours of blue water sailing, she is also built with luxury and comfort in mind.
An excellent example of the Romany 21 motor launch, heavily built from GRP and with a recent new Beta Diesel Engine.
Superb condition and well maintained throughout her life with many replacements and additions by current owners. Generally lightly used, most recently having cruised west coast of Scotland, Irish Sea, Wales, southern Ireland and Cornwall.
Located on the gentle slopes over looking Loch Roag and the Island of Great Bernera on the Isle of Lewis, this two bedroomed Freehold Croft Cottage would make the perfect holiday home, retirement cottage, or be ideal for a small family.
A classic wooden long keel Gaff cutter, designed by N Warrington Smyth and built in Mevagissy Cornwall by W Frazier and sons.This vessel has been maintained in excellent condition by her shipwright owner.
A well cared for popular roomy deck saloon cruiser from the Westerly stable offering voluminous
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.
A really fine example of the well sought after Moody 346 Centre Cockpit family cruising yacht in exceptionally good condition.
Very strong and stable family yacht. Two owners from new,she feels amazingly spacious for her 25 feet giving comfortable accommodation in two cabins. Ideal for a cruising couple or small family.