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2 days ago

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Marée Haute[ Django 12.70 ] - Un petit aperçu de la première navigation du tout dernier Django 12.70! Très prochainement les images officielles 👌🏻😁 #django #croisiere #voyage #marin #voilier Merci Technique Voile pour ces belles voiles ! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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Three viewings today on the Aquador 28c completed despite some challenging weather! ... See MoreSee Less

Three viewings today on the Aquador 28c completed despite some challenging weather!

3 weeks ago

Yachting Brokers

Yachting Brokers are pleased to offer for sale a Hunter Ranger 245. The Hunter Ranger was designed for Hunter by David Thomas. Introduced in late 1990's, production continued until 2006, when the the Channel succeeded the Ranger.

'Liquidambar' has benefitted from some small upgrades and being well looked after as well as regular servicing.

Year 2002
Offers invited in the region of £16,950
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4 weeks ago

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This Aquador 28C is currently for sale with us. Early viewing is recommended as she is well priced and benefits from a new outdrive and duo-props ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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What a great choice of vinyl wrapping for the latest Django out of the yard[Covering] - Avant / Après - Covering fini par YTG Wrapping ⚓️⛵️ ... See MoreSee Less

What a great choice of vinyl wrapping for the latest Django out of the yard

2 months ago

Yachting Brokers

Yachting Brokers are pleased to present a beautiful 1923 classic motor yacht that has been lovingly restored. Registered on the National Historic Ships, she was built to private order in 1923 and subsequently purchased by the Post Office to operate in the Shetland Isles.

Rumours abound that she was used for clandestine operations in World War II which resulted in her capture and scuttling. Thankfully she was raised by the Royal Navy and purchased by HM government in 1947. Her whereabouts after that are a bit murky but she appears to have been used as a houseboat until being purchased by the current owner for restoration.

According to an entry in Wikipedia, 'La Falaise' originally named 'Caretta' was designed by G L Watson for Robertson & Sons.

Alexander Robertson & Sons was a boatyard in Sandbank, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, from 1876 to 1980. The yard was located on the shore of the Holy Loch, near the world famous Royal Clyde Yacht Club (RCYC) at Hunter's Quay, which was the epicentre of early Clyde yachting.

Alexander Robertson started repairing boats in a small workshop at Sandbank, Argyll in 1876, and went on to become one of the foremost wooden boat-builders on Scotland's River Clyde. The 'golden years' of Robertson's yard were in the early 1900s when they started building some of the first IYRU 12m & 15m racing yachts. Robertson's was well known for the quality of its workmanship

The restoration carried out by the current owner is of the highest quality and she is incredibly well presented throughout. Along with her fine pedigree, historical status we believe her to be an exceptional 1900's motor yacht

She is now lying on the River Thames. Her draft allows her to access the French canals so a new owner can either enjoy her in her current location or re-locate with ease, even to France! Alternatively, the new owner could operate her as a business and the current owner is willing to include the website currently used to promote fine dining cruises on the River Thames.

For this fine motor yacht we are inviting offers in the region of £200,000
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8 months ago

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Today we are in Concarneau catching up with the Marée Haute team ... See MoreSee Less

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9 months ago

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MCA Coded 18m 145 Pax Passenger Vessel for sale

Yachting Brokers are pleased to offer for sale ‘Western Lady VI.

This well-equipped and MCA certified 145 passenger ferry could be used for a variety of new roles or continue to operate as a passenger vessel. Perfect for either regular passenger ferry services or adapted for perhaps wildlife cruises, Western Lady VI is well suited to a variety of future uses.

MCA Certified (to 20 June 2020) the stability survey and DSM documentation are included in sale.
Classification:
Class V, 145 passengers + 3 crew
Class VI, 145 passengers + 3 crew.

Full details are on our website and early viewing is recommended.

£120,000
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