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In 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 were independently commissioned, most of which were built by Porter & Haylett of Wroxha... read more
|Length:|| 28' 6"|
|Location:||Isle of Wight UK|
|Price:|| £15,000 Tax Exempt|
AVOCET was designed by Thomas Harrison Butler in 1911 and is one of his earliest known surviving designs. The original MEMORY was one of THB’s favourite and he sailed aboard her on the Broads when in the ownership of the Suffling brothers of Cantley. In 1932 Frank Haywood, chief architect of the City of London instructed R J Prior and Son of Burnham on Crouch to build to the MEMORY design with a modern Bermudian rig. This was the first yacht built by Priors who were predominantly barge builders. They took extreme care to build AVOCET to a very high standard. A photograph of AVOCET was on... read more
|Price:|| £2,950 Tax Exempt|
LADY 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 mooring in the floating harbour, Bristol not far from SS GREAT BRITAIN. Moorings in the harbour are ... read more
|Price:|| £60,000 Tax Exempt|
William 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 JOIE ll in 1920. Three orders for 1921 and two in 1922. The company quickly became known in the indu... read more
|Length:|| 40' 6"|
|Price:|| £45,000 Tax Exempt|
Hand-built, flat-bottomed Canadian rowing and motor Dory with optional sailing rig and Snipe trailer. Complete with 6hp outboard, oars, lugsail and rigging.
Dory’s are stable, high-sided and wide-beamed boats, perfect for family expeditions, fishing trips, etc. Ideal river boat, which can be rowed, motored or sailed.
This Dory is built following the Newfoundland tradition of inshore Atlantic fishing craft – making it a very stable and safe family boat, including two built-in watertight flotation compartments, fore and aft.
Constructed of heavy-duty marine plywood with hardwo... read more
|Length:|| 16' 6"|
|Price:|| £2,950 Tax Exempt|
NANDURA was built for J Dundas to a design by Rodney Warrington Smyth by the Falmouth Boat Building Company and completed in August 1957. Classed Lloyds 100A1 from 1959. Registered in Falmouth, official number 185809. NANDURA was built with sea-going and coastal cruising in mind to a trawler style having a steadying rig of 170 sq.ft. together with 100hp S6M Perkins diesel engines. In 1961 Mr & Mrs Ralph Pickett became the second owners and as members of the Royal Motor Yacht Club and Poole Harbour Yacht Club stationed NANDURA at Poole, where they lived. F C Thrush of Godalming, Surr... read more
|Price:|| £40,000 Tax Exempt|
140ft. Sail Training Ship LORD NELSON – built 1986 – Three-Masted Barque Rig
Overall Length: 140ft on deck (42.8m) 179ft over spars
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
Builder: James W Cook & Co, Wivenhoe, UK Vosper Thornycroft (UK) Ltd, Southampton, UK E Cole ... read more
|Price:|| £1,200,000 Tax Paid|
12ft 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 lakes and waterways and perfect as a tender to larger yachts. An ideal dinghy for teaching children to ... read more
|Price:|| £6,000 Tax Exempt|
Overall 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
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
In the last few years of the 19th Century, Ettore Sangermani established a small boatyard which soon gained a reputation for quality yachts. In 1946 the current location in Lavanga was est... read more
PANDORA 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.
During PANDORA’s history, there have been nine owners several who have kept her for around 30... read more