Used Boats: 53 Adverts Displaying: 31-40
In 1935 Geoffrey Livingston of the Hollies, Leicester commissioned Arthur Comben of Hyland Ltd to refine his design of a 42ft sea-going motor yacht to be kept on the East Coast. Staniland of Thorne built the vessel for the sum of £2,050 of pitch-pine on oak with teak superstructure and brightwork. Interestingly Geoff had RUMMY 11 built in 1930 by Bangor Shipyard, to a Hyland 30ft motor yacht design. Hyland Cruisers have an established reputation and were built to order in the 36ft, 38ft and 42ft class with a small number of 40 footers. The 42ft Hyland's were ketch rigged with 390 sq... read more
|Length:|| 42' 6"|
|Price:|| £95,000 Tax Exempt|
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
NORDOST is a fully documented ‘Windfall Yacht’ so-called as they fell like ripe fruits after the Second World War and were brought back to England as spoils of war. NORDOST was liberated by a Spitfire pilot and sailed back to Harwich in 1946 from the Dutch Canal where she was in use as accommodation for Luftwaffe pilots.
NORDOST was built in Lubeck (Travemunde) in 1928 to the 60 Square Metre Seefahrtkreuzer (sports yacht) German National Rule. Twenty-one 60 sq.m. examples were built of which only three are known to survive. Michael Cudmore’s ... read more
|Length:|| 42' 9"|
|Price:|| £18,000 Tax Exempt|
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
During his lifetime Carl Gustav Pettersson’s reputation stood highest in Scandinavia, and he did not really follow the post war focus on planing craft. But in more recent years he has become better appreciated in other parts of Europe. Boats of his design have achieved classic status, many surviving examples have been extensively and expensively restored, and they will probably provide enjoyment far into the future. To a large extent the Motor Yacht Society in Stockholm has become the spiritual home of the Pettersson boat. With a growing interest internat... read more
|Price:|| £45,000 Tax Exempt|
STILL WATERS II formerly known as TAVY was built as a tender for RMS MAURETANIA, 1906 – 1934. The ship was sold by Cunard-White Star in May 1935 which essentially dates STILL WATERS II from the 1920s or possibly earlier.
The current owners purchased the boat in 2014 where she was lifted out of the water at Southampton in June 2014 and fully restored by a specialist wooden boat builder until transported to the Thames and returned to the water in July 2015.
The work completed was carried out by Phil Goddard, a well known Southampton vintage boat restorer (now retired). STILL WATERS I... read more
|Price:|| £24,950 Tax Exempt|
HISTORY 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 in 1978 when he moved to Scotland. In new ownership, SHAMEEN was sailed to the Med and back. After ... read more
|Price:|| £60,000 Tax Exempt|
HISTORY 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 owners are now looking to down-size although the vessel was totally re-fitted in 1997 and up-graded in... read more
|Price:|| £68,000 Ex. Tax|
MUSKETEER of STUTTON was designed and built in 1963 by the highly respected company Camper & Nicholson to Lloyds 100A1 specification for the Commodore of the Royal Ocean Racing Club Sir Peter Green. Sir Peter, from Stutton Mill House, served on HMS Musketeer as a Sub Lieutenant in 1943. In 1952 he crewed on Lutine in the Bermuda race and in 1957 was one of the founders of the Admiral’s Cup. Sir Peter, however, is probably best remembered as chairman of Lloyds.
MUSKETEER of STUTTON was raced successfully through the 1960s winning the RORC points championship at least once, befor... read more
|Price:|| £65,000 Tax Exempt|
CAROLANN was commissioned by R G Randall of Guernsey in 1937 for day sailing, picnicing and fishing in the Channel Islands. Designed and built by T Bulley of Teignmouth on a local fishing boat design with curved stem, canoe stern and well portioned lines with a pleasing sheer. Robert Randall (Randall Breweries) was in the army reserve. He left Guernsey before the occuptation of World War Two. CAROLANN was laid up in St Peter Port. The Germans painted her grey and used her as a fishery guard boat and history states she took the German commanding officer out to HMS BULLDOG for signing the surren... read more
|Price:|| £10,000 Tax Exempt|
ARIADNE 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. ARIADNE was re-launched in 1995. The current owner bought ARIADNE during the Summer 2020 and commission... read more
|Location:||West Sussex UK|
|Price:|| £15,000 Tax Exempt|
ANNETOR was built in 1942 as a standard Board of Trade ship's lifeboat by G R W Ltd. Garden Reach Workshops Ltd. was founded in Calcutta in 1884 and are still trading today. They built many large naval ships and commercial ships over a long history. ANNETOR's lifeboat design is that of the standard P & O Line, White Star Line and merchant ships of the period, featuring a double ended hull. The teak built ship's boat most often used in warm climes and the tropics. Little is know of ANNETOR'S early history however she has been in the same family ownership some 50 years a... read more
|Location:||North Yorkshire UK|
|Price:|| £2,500 Tax Exempt|