Fred Parker Bermudan cutter REDUCED!
Designed by Fred Parker and built between 1980 and 1982.
The original owners had a smaller Parker yacht beforehand and when they decided that something bigger was ..
Cheverton Danegeld sloop
The Danegeld class was designed by David Cheverton, well known designer and builder on the Isle of Wight, in collaboration and for well known sailor Bobby Lowein. The ..
Woodnutts Bermudan cutter PRICE REDUCED !
Woodnutts bermudan cutter built by Woodnutt and Co. on the Isle of Wight in 1938, it is believed she was designed in house for the ..
Starling Burgess Bermudan cutter
Designed by Starling Burgess in the USA and built by Julius Peterson of New York in 1934.
The design was essentially based on the Itchen Ferry working boats ..
Colin Archer Bermudan cutter
Designed by Arne Hedlund who took his inspiration from the great Colin Archer. Colin Archer is best known for his sailing life-boats or Redningskoites which gained ..
Dickies of Tarbert Gaff Ketch - SOLD
Built by Dickies of Tarbert in 1920 to a design by Peter Dickie.
Built as a private yacht, she has sailed with a number of ..
Gaff Cutter Yacht
The boat was built for the Ex-Premier of Monaco, Pierre Malvy from the design of Servain Boatyard, Normandy, who built the original French Pilot Cutters in the 19th ..
49" Breton Gaff Cutter
The extraordinary revival of interest in the French traditional boat scene in Brittany as a result of the festivals in Douarnenez and later in Brest has been ..
65"Baltic Trader Gaff Ketch
Built in Sweden in 1914 as a commercial sailing cargo vessel, typical of many such working in Scandinavian waters.
The design follows the usual pattern with a long ..
Fred Parker Bermudan Ketch
Designed by Fred Parker and built by Moodys in 1962 to Lloyds 100A1 she was exhibited at the London Boat Show in 1963.
She is a comfortable and ..
Colin Archer Gaff Ketch
Colin Archer gaff ketch built to original plans and first launched in 2008 but completed in 2014.
The result of many years hard work and perseverance by one ..
Danish gaff ketch built in Denmark in 1925 as a sailing fishing boat. She has typical Danish lines with a high bow, pronounced sweeping sheer and a stunning elliptical counter. ..