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Believed built 1913.Teak on oak carvel construction. Length 9.75 m, beam 2.48 m, draft 0.76 m Newly renovated with redesign and refit by IBTC International Boatbuilding Training College Lowestoft, England completed summer 2017. Large aft cockpit and forward well both accessed from cabin via double wooden doors Sampson post Exterior painted with varnished trim Brass and bronze fittings. Mechanical and electrical: 42hp/30.9kW Vetus M4.17 4 cyl diesel inboard engine (new 2016) Stern gear all new 2016 Stainless steel fuel tank Wheel steering 2 x 12V 140Ahr service batteries 1 x 12V 100Ahr engine ... read more

Year:1913
Length: 9.75m
Location: Brittany France
Price: €24,000 Tax Exempt
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ID: 740644  (Private)



Buchanan Sea Spray   £7,000
TOKI, the magnificent SEASPRAY 26, holds a special place in maritime history. Built by Priors of Burnham on Crouch, she took her first dip in April 1953, marking the beginning of a remarkable journey. After a period of rest on land, TOKI underwent an impressive restoration in 1995, earning her a sound and seaworthy status. With her adventurous Isle of White owner, she explored the Solent, Pool & Chichester, and even conquered a few channel crossings. In 2000, she proudly claimed the Renaissance Trophy for Classic yachts in the Round the Island race. Passing through different hands, TOKI ... read more

Year:1953
Length: 26'
Location: Brittany France
Price: £7,000 Tax Exempt
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ID: 660092  (Trade)



The California 32 is a magnificent classic wooden sloop sailboat, measuring 14 meters in length and 3.30 meters in width. It was built in May 1937 by Fellows and Stewart, based on the plans of naval architect Nicholas Potter, also known as the "Herreshoff of the West." The boat is equipped with a 37 kW Perkins engine. The California 32 is renowned for being a formidable racer and a comfortable cruiser, designed for recreational sailing on the Pacific coast. Eight of these sloops were built between the 1930s and the 1960s, and they have often been featured in the nautical press of the West Coa... read more

Year:1937
Length: 14.000m
Location: France
Price: €195,000
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ID: 751120  (Trade)



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 338,000 ... read more

Year:1937
Length: 14.605m
Location: France
Price: £195,000
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ID: 747953  (Trade)







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