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Classic Yacht Brokerage
Worcester, Worcestershire, WR5 3HA, UK
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Established in 1993 Classic Yacht Brokerage is recognised as the country’s leading traditional yacht agencies specialising in the sale of vintage, classic and thoroughbred motor and sailing yachts throughout the UK and Europe
Central Office & Administration:
8 Wheatfield Avenue
Worcester
WR5 3HA

Telephone: 01905-356482 / 07949-095075 Email: info@classicyachtbrokerage.co.uk

All types of wooden sailing and motor-yachts are required to replace those recently sold. Where-ever your boat is presently located if you are contemplating selling this Autumn we should be pleased to hear from you.

Classic Yacht Brokerage offer competitive 'no sale no fee or costs' terms aimed at producing the best possible results whether marketing a former Royal Yacht or Clinker Dinghy with informative fully illustrated details and specialist advertising on all vessels.

Marketing can be tailored to suit an owners individual requirements and time-scale.

Occasionally vessels are sold directly through our clients register, so contact us with your particular requirements as often we know of vessels which could be for sale to the right buyer or that are shortly coming on to the market .


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140ft. THREE MASTED BARQUE TALL SHIP - STS LORD NELSON140ft. Sail Training Ship LORD NELSON – built 1986 – Three-Masted Barque Rig Overall Length: 140ft on deck (42.8m) 179ft over spars Waterline: 121ft Beam: 29ft 6ins (9m) Draught: 13ft 6ins (4.12m) Displacement: Gross 398 Tons - Displacement 490 Tons Engine: Pair 260hp Cummins QSB5.9 M Diesels Berths: 36 Berths, 9 single crew cabins, 10 trainee cabins each with 2 bunks With additional berths in port and starboard forecastles Sail: Three-Masted Barque Designer: Colin Mudie ... read more
12ft. McNULTY GAFF RIGGED DINGHY - 1980s - Professionally Restored12ft TRADITIONAL SAILING DINGHY – KATE The family business of McNulty dates back to 1902, founded by Captain James McNulty in South Shields. This maritime business employed shipwright who in the latter part of the 20th Century began producing a range of quality traditional dinghies. Such was the standard of craftsmanship McNulty secured the exclusive license to produce the Drascombe range. The 12ft clinker built dinghy, featuring a gaff rig proved to be extremely popular for inland lak... read more
49ft CLASSIC 1950s SANGERMANI YAWLOverall Length: 49ft :: Waterline: 41ft :: Beam: 11ft 7ins :: Draught: 7ft 4ins :: Displacement: 21 Tons TM Engine: 65hp Perkins Diesel Engine :: Designer: Cesare Sangermani :: Builder: Cantiere Sangermani :: Location: Italy Sail: Masthead Yawl Rig :: Berths: Five Guests plus Crew :: Year: 1954 :: Price: £175,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: PRELIMINARY DETAILS: In the last few years of the 19th Century, Ettore Sangermani established a small boatyar... read more
46ft. GAFF CUTTER 9 Metre R Racer - Professionally RestoredPANDORA was built to a design by Johan Anker to the newly created ‘metre rule’ set in London in 1906. She is most likely the first yacht built to the rule at the Anker & Jensen yard in Norway of which eight 9 Metre R boat were built before the Great War. Scott Hansen from Oslo was one of her original owners keeping PANDORA until the 1930s when Thomas Schlytter bought her, he also kept her for many years. In the 1950s O W Band of Norway bought PANDORA changing her name to FRI. ... read more
42ft CLASSIC LAURENT GILES BERMUDIAN CUTTEROverall Length: 42ft (on deck) :: Waterline: 32ft :: Beam: 10ft 6ins :: Draught: 7ft :: Displacement: 17 Tons TM Engine: 75hp Volvo-Penta Diesel (new 2017) :: Designer: Jack Laurent Giles :: Builder: Sussex Yacht Works, Shoreham :: Location: Portugal Sail: 744 sq. ft. Plain Sail :: Berths: Seven in three cabins :: Year: 1938 :: A C Wingate of Offington Park, Surrey commissioned Jack Laurent Giles to design a cruiser racer in 1938 to be built by Sussex Yacht Works Ltd. Shoreham, West ... read more
45ft CLASSIC SAUNDERS ROE MEDINA CLASS MOTOR YACHT - 1937 -GRALIAN was built in 1937 to the Medina Class Design by Saunders Roe, Cowes, Isle of Wight, a commission for Joyce Sherren as a gift for her husband, First World War flying ace Percy Clark Sherren MC & Bar. GRALIAN originally named JEAKELARD was the fifth 45ft Medina Class to be built by the Cowes yard. Sadly Percy was killed in the King’s Cup Flying Race in 1937 after turbulence caused his plane to crash against the walls of Scarborough Castle. Joyce went on to become Mayor of Fe... read more
43ft. CLASSIC 1930s CRUISING/RACING YAWL Overall Length: 43ft on deck :: Waterline: 31ft :: Beam: 8ft 2ins :: Draught: 5ft 10ins :: Displacement: 15 Tons TM Engine: 75hp Volvo Penta Diesel :: Designer: A F Ameen :: Builder: Swedish :: Location: Italy Sail: Yawl Rig sets 645 sq.ft plain sail :: Berths: Six Berths :: Year: 1936 :: Price: £48,500 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: S'MARIANNE was designed by the well respected naval architect A F Ameen and built in Sweden for her first owner Carl L... read more
36ft CROSSHAVEN ANGLING BOATGOLDSTAR was built in 1980 to a traditional fishing boat design by Crosshaven Boat Yard, Cork for angling in local waters. Heavily built of iroko on sawn oak frames. Forward deck of sheathed marine ply with a non-slip resin finish and enclosed wheelhouse forward. Large forward cuddy with marine WC. Crosshaven Boat Yard has an established reputation dating back to the 1950s and is still a family-owned business located next to the Royal Cork Yacht Club. The yard built many fine boats and yachts... read more
37ft. HILLYARD TWELVE TONNER KETCH - Excellent Example37ft HILLYARD TWELVE TONNER KETCH – DIPHDA Designed and built by Hillyards of Littlehampton in 1972 for Mr & Mrs P Reeves and kept on the Hamble River. The legendary David Hillyard needs little introduction as one of the most successful UK wooden boat-builders of the twentieth century, producing a staggering eight hundred boats from two-half tonners to large ocean-going schooners. The yard on the River Arun in Littlehampton, established in the 1920s was soon recognised for produc... read more
34ft CLASSIC MOTOR YACHT - Professionally restoredSEANDOR was built for J S Scott of Rhu a member of Royal Scottish Motor Yacht Club. She was stationed on the Isles of Bute. In the early 1970s J L GEMMELL bought SEANDOR, she remained in his ownership for a good many years before being move to the South Coast. The current owner, a retired shipwright has meticulously restored and refurbished the vessel over recent years. SEANDOR was built by Mountstuart Dry Docks Ltd, Avonmouth in 1961 to a traditional design of generous 1 inch (28mm) mahogany... read more
37ft MAICA CLASS 111 OCEAN RACERDESCRIPTION: In 1958 Illingworth opened his own yacht design business, in partnership with Angus Primrose. Together they created some of the most attractive and weatherly boats of the era. Illingworth’s role was to conceive the design in general, the rig, and the details of deck and interior layouts, while Primrose gave the hulls their sweet and efficient lines for speed, good sea-keeping and beauty. Many of the firm’s early clients were French. Illingworth spoke fluent French and... read more
65ft. LUXURY HATECKE TWIN DIESEL MOTOR-YACHT - 1978Overall Length: 66ft (19.8m) :: Waterline: 61ft :: Beam: 19ft 9ins :: Draught: 6ft 6ins :: Displacement: 46 Tons T M Engine: Pair 815hp MTU Diesels :: Designer: Heinrich Hatecke :: Builder: Hatecke Ltd. Germany :: Location: CORFU Sail: n/a :: Berths: Six Guests + Crew :: Year: 1978 :: Price: £110,000 Broker's Details: Bespoke, top quality German motor-yacht designed and built by Henry Hatecke with a full photographic record of construction with original naval architect pla... read more
80ft. KETCH MOTOR-SAILER - 2008 - STEEL BUILTCONSTRUCTION & DESCRIPTION: THURAYA (Ex: ROSA) Length Overall: 78 ft 23.90 m. Length Waterline: 68 ft 20.80 m. Breadth: 25 ft 07.65 m. Draught maximum: 9 ft 02.70 m. Gross Registered Tonnage: 113,33 Net Registered Tonnage: 61,74 Building Yard Aegean Yacht Builders, Bodrum, TURKEY Year Built: 2008 Class CE certified category “B” Hull Material Steel (Grit blasted, epoxy coated) Superstructure Steel(Grit blasted, epoxy coated) Decks Iroko Interior and all accom... read more
75ft. LUXURY BORETTI MOTOR-YACHT BROKERS NOTE: A professionally maintained and crewed luxury Italian motor-yacht located on the popular and sought-after island of Mallorca. Refitted in 2016 to provide high-end, air-conditioned, ensuite accommodation for ten guests plus crew. Beautiful deck saloon, leisure and sun decks with jacuzzi. Stylish, express motor-yacht designed by the famous naval architect Franco Boretti. MCA coded for charter use. Seriously for sale – offers invited. BLUE SONG – HISTORY &am... read more
45ft BUCHANAN CRUISER/RACER - PROJECTNORYEMA II was built to Lloyds 100A1 for Ron Amey in 1961/62 by Williams King and Sons of Burnham on Crouch. Ron had much success with the boat and got into the Admirals Cup which they went on to win in 1963. The boat was used in a sailing school for a period, before being sold to the current vendor’s father, and was re-named ‘Rosheeba’ in 1965. In 1975 – 1985 she was in her third ownership and known as ‘Tiree III of Bosham’, and in 1985-2019 she was know as B... read more
50ft. CURTIS & PAPE BLUEWATER KETCHHISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Designed by the legendary Alan Pape, this 50ft Cutter Rigged Ketch was built by Frank Curtis & Pape Brothers Ltd in Looe Cornwall under Lloyds survey and was originally commissioned in 1975 as SUMMER WIND for John Radford of Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire. Originally stationed in Lymington and then in later ownership renamed KEFFY. In 2001 she underwent a three year £250,000 complete refit. The interior refitted with solid cherry, having fielded panelled ... read more
12ft TRADITIONAL GRP LUGSAIL DINGHY12ft 6ins LUG SAIL DINGHY, built circa 1960, simulated clinker GRP moulded construction with varnished mahogany trim. All recently re-furbished and in smart condition. Believed East Coast design similar to Thames Barge tender. Road Trailer. Heard & Clatworthy of Tollesbury sail, varnished wooden spars. BROKERS NOTE: An excellent, good sized, low maintenance dinghy, ideal as a tender for a large yacht or a great family boat to teach the children to sail, picnics and days o... read more
45ft. SWEDISH CLASSIC YAWL - 1937 - Quality YachtHISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Ake Ameen is a highly respected Swedish yacht designer working in the first half of the 20th Century in Stockholm. DIANA was designed by Ake Ameen in 1937 for Sigurd Golje of Stockholm. DIANA remained in Sigurd's ownership for nearly four decades sailing Swedish waters. During the 1970s and 80s, DIANA was in the ownership of Sven Winquist in Sweden. The current owner of some 5 years has continued a careful maintenance programme retaining the originality ... read more
42ft. TRADITIONAL SHPOUNZT CENTRE-BOARD SCHOONEROverall Length: 53ft 9ins (42ft on deck) :: Waterline: 38ft :: Beam: 14ft :: Draught: 5ft / 7ft 9ins :: Displacement: 4,900 Engine: 80hp Vetus Diesel :: Designer: Daniel Bombigher :: Builder: Ultra Marine :: Location: Southern Spain Sail: Schooner Rig :: Berths: Six Berths :: Year: 1983 :: Price: £124,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: The Shpounzt 38/42 Centre-Board Schooner design was first introduced in 1976 by the well known French naval architect D... read more
66ft. NEW YORK COMMUTER CLASSIC - COMFORTABLE LIVEABOARDHISTORY and DESCRIPTION: Designed by Tams and King Incorporated of 250 Park Avenue, New York City, USA, for the 1927 season. From as early as 1869 an early craze for fast gentlemen’s yachts emerged on Lake Windermere. Not to be outdone, the craze moved across the Atlantic to the shores of the East Coast of America where numerous famous personalities acquired equally and perhaps more luxurious steam yachts. Between the Wars, a need by the many wealthy men of fortune from Wall Street to s... read more
42ft SPIRIT RACING SLOOP - 1998 - Immaculate ExampleTEQUILA – 42ft. SPIRIT CLASSIC RACING SLOOP – 1998 A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A MODERN CLASSIC WHICH COMBINES OUTSTANDING CRAFTSMANSHIP WITH SPARKLING SAILING PERFORMANCE 42ft on deck, 31ft waterline, 7ft 6ins beam, 6ft draught Displacement 3,000 kgs. Ballast 1,950 kgs TEQUILA, a Spirit 42 was designed and built by Sean McMillan of Spirit Yachts, Ipswich. TEQUILA is an early example of the Spirit mark, which since 1993 have built an enviable reputation for creating bes... read more
35ft BUCHANAN CRUISING SLOOP - 1960 - Proven Long Distance EASTER was built in 1960 and completed in October that year for owner Percy Greaves of Hampstead, London. She was a special commission, designed by Alan Buchanan and built by William King & Sons, Burnham on Crouch to Lloyds 100A1 Class. Percy, a member of the Royal Corinthian, Little Ship Club, Dartmouth Sailing Club and Royal Burnham also owned a Herreschoff Islander One Design sloop. Percy stationed the newly launched EASTER at Burnham. In 1963 he sold the yacht to Noel Jordan of She... read more
10ft TWINKLE CLASS SAILING DINGHYFINGAL is one of a series of traditional lapstrake sailing dinghies built by Wright’s of Ipswich during the 1950s and 60s. Principally these were the Twinkle Class available as 10ft or 12ft sizes with a few 14ft dinghies built. Many of the Twinkle Class were raced at Overy Staithe Sailing Club in Norfolk and a good class representation still exist proving the popularity of the design. The Twinkle 10 makes an idea yacht tender for a classic sailing or motor yacht and is an excellent boat fo... read more
45ft. HISTORIC LOOE LUGGER - OUR DADDY was built in Looe, Cornwall in 1921 by local boat builder Dick Pearce. She was commissioned by the Pengelly family and built to join their fleet of fishing boats that included “Our Boys” and “Our Girls” hence the name “Our Daddy”. A 45ft Standing Lugger, she was the last lugger to be built to sailing lines and to work out of Looe, Cornwall. Originally skippered by Alfred John Pengelly and more recently his son, she fished for some 65 years in the ... read more
80ft. LUXURY GAFF SCHOONER built 1995 & re-fitted 2012Overall Length: 80ft (24.36m) :: Waterline: 67ft (20.29m) :: Beam: 21ft 6ins (6.51m) :: Draught: 6ft 9ins (2.05m) :: Displacement: 57.18 Gross Tonnage Engine: 350hp Cummins Diesel :: Designer: Daniel Bombigher :: Builder: Metur Yachts :: Location: Turkey Sail: Gaff Schooner Rig :: Berths: Six Guests plus Crew :: Year: 1995/2012 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: DREAM was built by Metur Yachts of Turkey to the Daniel Bombigher 'Schpoundtz' design. Built ... read more
37ft BUCHANAN ONE TON CUP CRUISER RACER - Professionally RestoredPARTICULARS OF SALE: PAN II An elegant and fast wooden sloop, designed and built for the One Ton Cup Series and other Mediterranean races by Cantiere Apollonio, Trieste in 1968 for Aldo Milinco. At the beginning of the 1960s, Jean Peytel, member of the Cercle de la voile de Paris suggested reviving the CVP International Cup with the RORC rating rule of 22 feet. The boats were baptized as the One Ton Class. Yachting World magazine documented the excitement this caused amongst sailors: &ldq... read more
22ft KRIS CRAFT MOTOR CRUISER - 1936 - Period GemKNAVE OF HEARTS was built in 1936 by the well respected Thames based company of Kris Craft of Isleworth. Unfortunately not a great deal is known about her early history although KNAVE OF HEARTS until recently was a familiar sight on the River Thames. Her former owner was a founding member of the Thames Vintage Boat Club and KNAVE OF HEARTS is listed as boat number 2 on their register. In previous ownership KNAVE OF HEARTS attended countless boat rallies on the River Thames and was a prize winner... read more
16ft HEALEY TYPE SPORTS BOAT - built 2021 JOSIE was designed as a rather more modern interpretation of the small, fast runabouts which were popular in the United States between the wars, but she also has many similarities to the speedboats built in Great Britain by Donald Healey and others. In her short life so far she has regularly been mistaken for both of these types, so, in that sense, the basic concept has been quite successful. Dimensions’ LOA: 4.95m Beam: 1.85m Draught: 0.6m Construction: Modern constructi... read more
SOLD - 29ft FRED PARKER CLASSIC BERMUDIAN SLOOP - 1960 - ONDINE was designed by Frederick Parker and built by Woodnutts, Isle of Wight in 1960 for D A Kelsey of London. She was initially stationed at Poole and later at Hamble. In new ownership in the late 1960s of Mr & Mrs E M Dallimore, ONDINE was moved to Burnham on Crouch, she has remained on the East Coast since in the current 30 year ownership. ONDINE is of 1.25 inch mahogany planking, splined from new with hickory, all copper fastened to steam bent rock elm timbers at 6 inch cent... read more
26ft HARRISON BUTLER BERMUDIAN CUTTER - 1934 - A comfortable, attractive and weatherly cruising yacht with proven capabilities. The Bogle Design was first drawn by Dr. Harrison Butler in 1933 for the Little Ship Club designing competition and is named after THB’s daughter-in-law, actress Joan Bogle Hickson, who in later years achieved world wide acclaim playing Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple. The design was a great success and resulted in quite a number of Bogle’s being built during the 1930’s. CARACOLE was bu... read more
40ft. CORNISH MOTOR SAILER built 1922 St IvesBuilt in 1922 in St Ives by P P Landers and launched in May of that year as a fishing vessel, BEN MY CHREE (Manx for Girl of My Heart) registered number SS139 for Richard Boase. Fished out of St Ives until the late 1930s then sold in to private ownership to Bernard Wilkinson of Keward House, Hampshire. Converted to a private, twin screw motor yacht and registered as SUNGEI. After Bernard’s death in 1955 the executors sold the vessel to Mr & Mrs Anthony Somers. At this time Parnhams ... read more
38ft. CHEOY LEE KETCH MOTOR YACHT - Recent RefitHISTORY and DESCRIPTION: SHAMEEN designed and built by the highly respected Cheoy Lee Shipyard in Hong Kong in 1958. Shortly after being commissioned, she was sailed to Singapore before, in 1960 coming to Poole in Dorset in the ownership of R Y Frost of Canford Cliffs. In 1963 W G C Williams of Hayle in Cornwall purchased SHAMEEN keeping her in St Ives Harbour. A H Dallimore became the next registered owner moving the vessel to St Martin’s on the Isles of Scilly in 1970 and then to Oban... read more
48ft. VAGABOND CLASS BLUE-WATER CRUISING YACHTHISTORY and DESCRIPTION: VAGABOND’ELLE was built in 1970 and purchased by her current French owner for polar exploration in 1995 and is one of a succession of Vagabond yachts made famous through books, films, exhibitions and television programmes by their voyaging owners undertaking scientific research. Built by Szczecinska Stocznia Yachtowa of Gdansk to a design by Ryszard Langer, Vagabond’elle has completed 1,000’s of nautical miles during the last fifteen years, the ow... read more
15ft GLASTRON GT 150 SPORTS BOAT - ORIGINALGlastron was founded in Austin, Texas by Bob Hammond, Bill Gaston, Bob Shoop, and Guy Woodard on October 14, 1956. The marketing and sales experience of Bill Gaston, Bob Shoop, and Guy Woodward combined with Bob Hammond’s fibre-glass design and production experience led the company in its rapid expansion and development. The company’s production increased from an initial 24 units in year one to 4,000 units in year three and saw the expanding company outgrow three different production... read more
47ft. TRADITIONAL PILOT CUTTER - Project boatARIADNE was built in 1924 by Worfolk Brothers, Kings Lynn, Norfolk as an East Coast Pilot Cutter, a role she fulfilled until the 1960s. During the early 1970s she was used as a Pilot Boat laying buoys for the Conservancy Board. Later in the 1970s ARIADNE was converted to a Prawn Fishing Boat. In 1983 she was sold for conversion to a private yacht and then bought by the previous owner in 1987. An eight year restoration began overseen by the original builder Bill Worfolk, then 99 years of age. ARI... read more
46ft CARDINAL CLASS CRUISER/RACER 1989 - Excellent ExampleHARMONY – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION The Cardinal Series of yachts date from the 1980s and were the foundation of the Warwick Yacht Design Company. Alan Warwick 1934-2018 set up the W.Y.D company in Auckland in 1980 producing over 500 designs to include performance yachts, mono and multihulls, sports fishers, luxury superyachts, high-speed launches and commercial boats. The company quickly gained a reputation for quality design and as such performance cruiser/racers such as the Cardina... read more
46ft. TRADITIONAL SCHOONERBuilt in 1904 as a 40’ cutter fitted with a centreplate, designed by W Stoba of Fleetwood, Lancashire for the local fishing fleet. “Won the trophy for best catches of the year in 1905 and proved to be a fast easily worked boat of advanced design. In later years, having had twin engines fitted, PROVIDER worked from Liverpool and North Wales registered number (LL282) before being brought to Barrow for conversion into a yacht.” (North Western Sail, Alan Lockett). Originally a 40... read more
28ft PETER DUCK CLASS KETCHIn 1945, the journalist and well know children’s author Arthur Ransome, commissioned Jack Giles to design a replacement for SELINA KING. The design was to take only minimum effort to sail and yet offer the ‘maximum comfort for two’. ‘PETER DUCK’, as she was called, was launched in 1947, named after Ransome’s third book about the ‘ancient mariner’ which had just been published. Over a successive period of twenty years, a total of 38 Peter Ducks w... read more
52ft FLEUR DE LYS MOTOR YACHTLADY OF RUDDING is one of the immensely popular and well-built motor-yachts resulting from the collaboration between the talent naval architect J Francis Jones and Dagless Yacht Builders of Wisbech, Cambridgshire. LADY OF RUDDING was built in 1964 for G Morfitt of Rudding, Harrogate, he stationed the vessel in Salcombe, Devon. In the mid 1970s Alec Hewitt of Cornwall bought LADY OF RUDDING moving her to a mooring at St Mawes. In the current ownership the vessel has been kept on a residential ... read more
40ft. OSBORNE EAGLE EXPRESS MOTOR YACHT - 1939 - Fully RestoredWilliam Osborne senior (1880-1931) established a business in London in 1912 building motor car bodies, first in Pall Mall and later in Piccadilly. In 1919 William decided to expand into boat-building after receiving an order from the Sussex Motor Yacht Club for a one-design 20-knot powerboat series. William found suitable premises fronting the River Arun in Littlehampton. Motor-yacht commissions soon came in. First from W J Pearson for a 40ft. motor-yacht MA JOIE in 1919 followed by a 60ft. MA ... read more


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