All Classic Boats for sale in Suffolk, England
Holman 48 - a beautiful flush deck cruiser designed by Kim Holman with comfortable accommodation, nice manners, easy motion and a good turn of speed. She has been continuously improved and upgraded over the last fifteen years by her experienced and knowledgeable owners and is in excellent condition. A classic yacht with elegant lines, She is ready to go and only for sale as the owners are moving to power.
Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - 01473 659681... read more
The Golden Hind 31 "Keppel" as featured for many years in Practical Boat Owner and other publications is now reluctantly for sale. Cruised extensively throughout Europe with a Decade service carried out in 2012/13 including full engine overhaul, new rigging, new Treadmaster and much more. Excellent opportunity to acquire this cherished and much publicised cruiser that has been set up for comfortable cruising in all conditions, particularly the Mediterranean... read more
Norfolk Smuggler - "Neo-Classical" Gaff cutter rigged yacht. 25ft, lifting keel, traditional East Coast style but with all mod cons. Extensive work recently carried out....... Within the last few seasons: New Mast, new Gaff, new engine (80hrs), epoxied hull, new skin fittings and seacocks, new sprayhood, new foresails, new anchors. new dsc vhf/gps/AIS.... read more
|Price:|| £39,500 Tax Paid|
Merewif, deemed to be hull number 2 of the Sovereign Class, C.R. Holman design built by the renowned Uphams Boatyard of Brixham. Listed in Lloyds Register built to A100A1 grading. Much of her youth was spent on the East coat in and around West Mersea with Gowens the sail makers, best friends and contemporary of the designer/ builder Kim Holman.
She spent 18 years under cover in Kings Yard before being Sold again to the present owners who have lavished their time and money into her.
Merewif has been restored to near new condition again. All the planking was checked out by a qualified shipwr... read more
'Soonah' is a wooden, racing dayboat of the Loch Long One Design class, and is sail no. 47. She was built in 1959 by Alexander Robertson & Co. of Sandbank, on the southern shore of the Holy Loch. Robertson built boats to a very high standard, and 'Soonah' is no exception, with a beautiful varnished mahogany hull. The current owner bought her in Scotland in 1990 and brought her down to Aldeburgh, where she is now. He had been trained at the International Boatbuilding Training College (IBTC) in Lowestoft, and has done a considerable amount of work on her. She has a lai... read more