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An Open launch with inboard engine. This vessel has undergone a total restoration.
In inboard Beta Marine engine has been overhauled, new exhaust system, new electrics, new batteries. new housing, wheel steering.
She is re-antifouled and ready for the water.... read more
A 80ft engineless, wooden Thames Sailing Barge, 1881. Registered in Rochester, Kent. 1882. Built for carrying a cargo of bricks from Medway to the Thames.
She crossed the Channel over to France and Holland, around the coast as far south as Southampton and Devonport.
Re surveyed in dry dock June 2022, all was found to be in good order. She was at this time re-antifouled.
George Smeed has been completely rebuilt / restored over last 30 plus years.
The present restoration was started back in 1976, with a continuous maintenance programme continues to date.
A National Historic Vessel, has a w... read more
|Price:|| £325,000 Tax Exempt|
A Salcombe Yawl, an open wooden varnished sailing dinghy, in good restored condition. Number:129 on the Register of the Salcombe Yawl Owners Association.
She has a Teak laid decks, Teak grating and sole boards. She is fully equipped with a single axle road trailer, which has been overhauled. bearing / tyres etc.
A very attractive and cherished day sailer with a detachable cuddy/ hood, making her rather unique, yet she remains eligible for Class racing. Several years ago, Shipwright, Fabian Bush of Rowhedge was commissioned to restore her to the condition you find her to day. She has a ve... read more
Xylonite: has been laid up for a year or so, through Covid times in West Dock London.
An 87ft Steel and Iron hulled Thames Sailing Barge with Bowsprit. Built in 1926 by F.W. Horlocks of Mistley, Suffolk.
She has been kept in sailing condition, and has until recently retained an
Exemption Certificate, for carrying up to 12 Guests, when sailing.
A rather special barge, in all her various guises throughout her life: a Cargo carrying Trading ship, owned by the same family from new in 1926 -1958, a Sail training vessel, She's been used as a Film prop in feature films, Adverts. Photo ... read more
A 1986 Pleasure / Fishing vessel, which has been well looked after and maintained by her present and past careful owners. She is ideal for coastal and river fishing.
2018 she underwent a major over haul of her 2005 Nanni diesel engine 130hp.
All the electrics have been checked, Bulbs now converted to LED's. She has a new auto bilge pumping system, and a new shore charging unit. New "Heads" and valves....New tinted sunscreen, new search light. . A large cockpit area, fishing rod holders. Fully framed and a fitted overall canvas awning. Removable in sections as required, d... read more
This Barge was originally built in 1936, as a 70ft long Butty. A steel rivetted hull which was "cut and shut" and made into two narrow boats for the Waterways Holiday Business in the 1950's. She then became a Waterway's workboat, hence her colour scheme and their Draughtsmen used her as a mobile drawing office.
Original Lister engine in its own engine bay aft.
She went through another conversion for use in the leisure market again.
She offers a clean simple accommodation for two persons. She has as much outdoor space than internal space. British Safety Certificated... read more
|Length:|| 40' 7"|
17ft Aluminium Dory/ workboat, completed 2017. An Indespension Roller Coaster, single axle galvanised road trailer. An "As new", 30hp Tohatsu long shaft , four stroke This Dory was built to a 17ft Beaver Boat design, Constructed in Marine grade Aluminium plate. (Plate Test certificates), The design's line drawings and plate patterns are available. Spray paint finish, Interior left as bare metal.
Stainless steel communication arch.
An auxiliary, 4hp Suzuki four stroke, outboard engine.
A complete kit, clean and "Ready to Go".... read more
|Length:|| 5' 4"|
Colvic Countess 28 OFFER PRICE £10,950
A generously sized GRP cruising yacht, with a beam of 10ft 2ins. Twin bilge keels.
A large self draining open aft cockpit. Beta Marine inboard diesel engine. In present ownership for the last 10years. Bermudan Sloop furling headsail and a fully packed Main sail. Last surveyed May 2019.
A tidy well presented vessel, she a few minor issues to be attended too/ cosmetic defects, much to be expected for her age. She is due to come out of the water Mid September, 2023.... read more
Martine is a 40m Belgian Spitz motor river barge, built in 1956. Constructed of rivetted and welded steel, hull, decks, crew accommodation aft, the wheel house alone is constructed of wood and glass. She was bought straight from trade.
The huge hold area has a headroom of over 2m. It is covered with removed able aluminium hatch covers. The hold is currently being used as a wood store, partial filled with ton bags of ballast too.
She has been sitting on the present mooring for approx 9yrs. She was motored to Essex under her own power.
Accommodation, offered at present is a Timonerie sty... read more
|Price:|| £65,000 Tax Exempt|
A Bermudan Cutter built by Brook Motorcraft Company of Lowestoft (later to become Brook Marine in 1937).Designed by W W Downing for Mr Hamish Nichol FRCS .
This vessel has been a pet project at the home of a retired cabinet maker. The restoration is complete, except for getting her to the water stepping the mast and bending on the sails. Then she would be good to Go.
Hull is Carvel planked pitch pine on grown oak frames and American elm ribs with Burmese teak fore, aft and side decks, in good order.
The internal layout has been sympathetically altered to accommodate: a new flush toile... read more
|Price:|| £16,950 Tax Exempt|