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The Westerly Berwick was a natural successor to the ultimately successful Westerly Centaur. This is the ketch rigged version which a lot of blue water sailors prefer
The accommodation has a forward cabin which can be used as 2 singles or a double. The heads are a good size with a hanging locker opposite. The main saloon is a good size with the galley starboard side. There are 2 settee berths one of which can be converted to another double and there are also 2 quarter berths aft.
The Berwick is a very capable vessel which will cope with the most adverse weather conditions yet she is an easy ... read more
Steaming straight off the pages of a Popeye cartoon and in to 3D reality, the Selway Fisher has arrived.
With it's light blue hull, sweeping proud bow, high sided coach roof and large rectangular windows this really is a great looking custom build.
Born from the stable of renowned boat designers, Selway-Fisher, with over 400 design templates to their name this boat comes with all the right design knowhow. Completed in 2014 from genuine Selway plans (included with ships papers) this is a sound, solid boat, presented in excellent condition.
Constructed from Marine grade ply and Douglas fi... read more
The Invicta 26 was designed by E. G. Van de Stadt in 1964. The boat has a narrow hull and transom hung rudder and characteristic round hatches. These hardy little yachts are renowned for being beautifully balanced when under sail. The keel extends for at least half her length, and more than two-thirds her waterline length, which gives great directional stability.
Verglas is found to be in good condition inside and out, with a fresh coat of antifoul, clean decks and interior. The boat is currently in a dry storage facility just south of the Cleddua in Pembrokeshire.
These boat details are s... read more
Morton Boats specialise in quality Polyethylene boats, ideal for simple, safe fun on the water.
The Funyak Secu 15 is ideally suited to lake, inland tributaries and coastal use. The double hull design assures an additional element of safety for an already tough and stable craft.
This model has a long list of attractive extras including a trailer that has never seen salt water, a stainless steal lighting tower, custom waterproof cushions, extended helms console seating, windscreen and Raymarine Dragonfly- 5 GPS unit.
The whole package was purchased new in 2019, all items show in great ... read more
I have long been a fan of Oceanmaster, they build a great boat. This 570 walkaround is such a good looking thing as well. The Scandinavians know how to design boats well with good use of space, this one is no exception.
The engine was upgraded from 2 stroke with new Mariner 4 stroke fitted in 2018. The hours are low as one would expect and the condition is excellent. Optional extras include upgraded upholstery and teak flooring, both add to the fine finish.
The boat comes with brand new (2022) CLH custom built trailer, not yet used- photos on the way.
A great boat, made even more ap... read more
The 9.5AL is an excellent light weight RIB/Tender. The aluminium hull makes it lighter than its competitors, giving more speed with less horsepower, without compromising rigidity or seakeeping performance.
The double layer floor guarantees a dry deck and a stable ride. The 2017 15hp Mercury provides reliability with maximum hp for this smart unit.
Originally used as a tender to a super yacht, both hull and engine have had very little use and a high standard of maintenance. When sold the brand new trailer was added making this a 'like new' and ready to go package. Helm and full boat covers ... read more
For many, Hallberg-Rassy sit at the top of high-quality, dependable, ocean cruising yacht production. More so, H-R yachts built through the 80's and 90s are prized due to the quality of the companies production during this period. A great introduction then for "Quinta", one of the last Hallberg-Rassy 312 MK 2's to depart the production line in 1990.
The hull is relatively narrow and tapers aft, which makes her a steady and stable boat in big seas. Her ample displacement and deep-vee bow means she covers the miles easily and comfortably even in adverse weather conditions.
The 31 LOA give... read more
What a boat! older she may be but don't let that put you off, especially if a spot of fishing in all weather or a weekend base to escape to appeals. Lovingly restored by her current owner the boat benefits from a long list of improvements.
Externally the aft deck floors have been replaced with a tough self draining design, the cuddy windows and frame work have also been strengthened and upgraded. The anchor locker has been enlarged- now big enough to store all warps, fenders, miscellaneous fishing gear etc. Extra bright work lights have been fitted to the bow and stern for early morning, l... read more
Thirty plus years of building substantial, practical, and achingly beautiful small dayboats means that Character Boats of Lancashire have got something right at least.
With more than a nod to the historic working craft of the N West coast of England and Scotland, these 'plastic gaffers' are anything but 'naffer', and I say that as the grand nephew of a Morecambe bay fisherman. My earliest and best childhood holidays were spent in his piratical company, he even had a peg leg, and trips out in his wooden boat were the highlight of those yesteryear hols!
Our example here is in excellent order... read more
This boat is admired by many discerning yachtsmen. She is a very capable craft and a joy to handle, easily manoeuvrable with kindly sea keeping characteristics.
She has accommodation to sleep 4 in her open plan cabin. The wheel house keeps you dry when the weather is averse and there is a neat galley space with a stove and sink. The deep cockpit has ample seating with space for a small table to be fitted.
She is extremely well maintained with thousands of pounds spent on her over the last few years.
She only requires a new owner to care for her in the same manner to which she has been acc... read more