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Broom boats are well regarded, as solidly built, reliable and luxurious cruisers. This 36 is no exception, capable of offshore and inland cruising alike, which, with the two turbocharged engines and bow thruster, is achieved with relative ease of handling and a good turn of speed. The boat is helmed from a semi-enclosed flybridge, which has the benefit of creating spacious accommodation below. This accommodation is presented in very good condition, providing comfort and style for owners and guests.
On visiting the boat you are immediately struck by its space, comfort and an open and airy... read more
Merry Fishers are popular for good reasons, not least the variety of potential uses as a fast fisher, coastal and inland cruiser. The 695 Legend benefits from both a roomy cockpit with bench seating and a spacious wheelhouse, which contains the helm, saloon and entrances to the forward cabin and heads. The cockpit has good flexibility, being open for fishing and also a cushioned seating area, around a centre table, with insert for the sunbed.
This version is only four years old and remains a tidy and carefully used example, in very good condition, with relevant paperwork available. Th... read more
Waquiez Yachts were often referred to as boutique and it is not difficult to see why from the overall lines and interior fit. Coming from the drawing board of Holman and Pye, it is not surprising that these yachts are reported to be well balanced under sail and suitable for both experienced cruisers and novice sailors alike. The boat's construction and lines reveal her traditional seagoing pedigree, alongside respectable sailing speeds and characteristics. This version is a great opportunity for single handed and or family use. With some limited updating and fettling, this boat will provide... read more
The Oysterman 16 is based on the designs of the Falmouth sailing dredgers, which are built for noth oyster dredging under sail and serious racin in the off-season. For this reason they are designed with powerful sailing rigs and extra ballast, producing a pleasingly sturdy and fast boat under sail. They have good sized cockpits and cuddy interiors, with plenty of space on deck and below,for this size of boat.
This version is a tidy example of the gaff sloop. When visiting the boat, it presents as clean and well looked after, with woodwork that is in good condition. A new furling gib w... read more
The CAL 36 was designed as a fast ,blue water cruiser/ racer, able to qualify for all the ocean races of the time. These boats rarely become available, have a reputation for ease of handling and were built to last.
When I visited this version I was struck by the often heard phrase, 'they don't build them like they used to'. This boat gives that impression of a generously laid up hull, with neat woodwork throughout the interior. The cockpit is spacious and deep and moving forward was effortless to access the foredeck and anchor locker. There are plenty of halyard winches at the mast, whi... read more
This 2006 Monterey 302 CR is a great mid-range cruiser, with an impressive blend of sport style, with luxurious accommodation and of course a great turn of speed.
In the cockpit, the captain's chair, the aft opposed bench seats and port-side lounger make for a very social atmosphere, alongwith the swim deck and ladder for when the fun is in the water. This vessel can carry 8 adults (max 700kg) and will sleep 4 adults and 2 children.
The internal acommodation is spacious, with a generous beam and headroom. The result is a sizeable, private, double aft cabin, and main cabin complete ... read more
The Colvic Sailer 26 has a reputation as a sturdy spacious cruiser, with bilge keels, a deep cockpit and space and comfort both inside and deckside. This boat is equally suited for single handed and family cruising.
The accommodation is cleverly designed, with a separate heads, forecabin and galley. The saloon also features a comfortable double berth and overall the boat is designed to sleep 5, with a good sized cockpit.
This boat would suit anybody looking for affordable, straightforward sailing, in a easy to handle and maintain, coastal, estuary and river sailing cruiser.
T... read more
There were only seven of these David Thomas designed boats built for racing and this owner has the original signed drawings.
Both the cockpit and interior accommodation are spacious and comfortable, complemented by six berths, separate heads, forecabin and ample storage space. The saloon provides open plan space for relaxing and entertaining, with a galley that is comfortable to prepare meals in and a navigation area with plenty of room for passage planning and working with charts. The sale also includes a Liferaft, boxed navigation and safety instruments, a Wind Pilot and dinghy. Al... read more
A classic wooden sloop built in 1960; her owner has kept her well maintained and in good order. The hull is mahogany on oak and she has an inboard Perkins 18hp diesel engine that was fitted in 1992 and professionally refurbished in 2008. At the same time the prop shaft and engine mounts were renewed.
The accommodation has good head room (Approx 5ft 10 inches) and sleeps 3.
This boat is a nce example of these classic craft and looks ready to provide many more pleasant sea miles. The owner is now looking to achieve a quick sale and so the price has been matched accordingly. If you are int... read more
With only 200 of these boats built, the Jouet 920 is designed to provide an elegant cruising platform, with a good turn of speed. These boats are performance cruisers, easily handled, in this example, with all lines led aft. Both the cockpit and interior accommodation are spacious and comfortable, complemented by the good sized separate aft cabin, forward Breton double berth and plenty of storage space. The saloon provides open plan space for relaxing and entertaining, with a galley that is comfortable to prepare meals in and a navigation area with plenty of room for passage planning and... read more