Boats for Sale of Interest

Selection of boats that may be of interest from the list of boats available for sale above.
A$ 1,322,985
Marmaris, Turkey
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Perfect charter boat with 8 cabins with a successful charter record .major refit carried out in 2012. Mahogany interiors , spacious aft and forward deck areas . Boat can be inspected here in Marmaris
A$ 152,297
Wooden Ships
One of the original Danish fishing boats which convert so well to sail and have the lovely elliptical counter stern. Massively built of oak on oak, this boat was rebuilt 2001 - 2007 with extensive rep
A$ 275,319
Auckland, New Zealand
Wooden Ships
Built in Denmark as a sailing fishing vessel which means she has the sharp underwater lines of a sailing ship, not a motor vessel as many of these yachts were originally built as. Major refit includin
A$ 35,382
Wooden Ships
Danish MFV built in Esbjerg in 1941. Oak planking on oak frames in the usual Danish way with a bluff spoon bow and elliptical counter stern. Hundested 160hp twin cylinder diesel is very economical and
A$ 102,072
Greek traditional boat, with smooth performance at high seas and comfortable accommodation.
A$ 153,835
Wooden Ships
Built in 1918 as a Baltic Sea fishing vessel, the boat was bought by the present owners and professionally converted to yacht in 1995. They gave her a graceful gaff ketch rig with a healthy 120sqm of
A$ 266,943
Brittany, France
Wooden Ships
Sponsored as part of a government scheme, this boat was built as a replica of a 1910 Breton sailing fishing boat from Longuivy. Pitch pine on oak and laid pine deck. Perkins 82hp diesel, 2008. 8 berth
A$ 314,069
Wooden Ships
Built to original Colin Archer lines and first launched in 2008, completed in 2014. Oak on oak hull, all bronze fastened with lead keel and bronze keel bolts. Gaff ketch rig with Clipper Canvas sails,
A$ 171,714
Conwy, Conwy, United Kingdom
Wooden Ships
Built in Cape Town in 1997 and used since then as a family live aboard cruising yacht. She left South Africa and cruised to Brazil, the Caribbean, North America and eventually to the UK. She has prove
A$ 442,294
Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Wooden Ships
Inspired by the lines of a Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter and built by the owner, a trained shipwright, over a number of years and launched in 2012. Built from choice materials with all copper and bronz
A$ 511,674
Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Wooden Ships
44' Luke Powell gaff cutter built by Working Sail and launched in 2009. Planked in Oak and Larch on oak frames, all bronze screw fastened. Beta 75hp diesel, 10 berths including 2 doubles. All the reas
A$ 43,362
Salcombe, Devon, United Kingdom
Wooden Ships
Built in 1959 as one of a pair of fishing boats for a Brixham family, she retired from commercial fishing in 2007 when she was sold to the present owner. Converted to a yacht with a new raised foredec
A$ 286,190
Falmouth, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Wooden Ships
Lizzie May was the second of Luke Powells boats he designed and built, following on from Eve. Bigger, faster and more elegant, this second boat was a different beast entirely and proved herself as a f
A$ 169,980
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Wooden Ships
Mevagissey lugger FY317 built in Porthleven in 1920 as a sailing fishing boat. Largely rebuilt in present 20 yr ownership. 6/8 berths. Kubota 62hp diesel. The doghouse gives a vast amount of extra spa
Built in Norway as a fishing vessel in 1932, she worked until 1978 when she was sold into private ownership. Major refit in the 1990's with further periods of work since in present 25 year ownership.