All Classic Motor Boats for sale in the UK
"Silver Buccaneer" is a Silver Ormidale Class motor yacht designed by John Bain and built in 1964 by James Silver & Co., Rosneath, Scotland. She has recently been refurbished by her current owner. One of the nicest of the Silvers Class boats, well proportioned, practical and stunning to look at. She has a large covered aft deck, wide side decks and foredeck. Mahogany on Oak with Teak decks. Owner aft en-suite, two thwart ships cabins with heads bath/shower and forward en-suite cabin.Silver Buccaneer is a slice of history, an armchair you got from your Grandad which you cant replace, you love i... read more
|Location:||Gillingham Kent UK|
Tiger of Trevose was a bespoke boat, built in 1978 by Chapman and Hewitt of Wadebridge Cornwall to a design by John Teal. She has a narrowbeam, deep V hull in corten steel (so no rust problems), marine ply super structure over a steel frame and is a seaworthy vessel.
ENGINE: Bukh DV24ME 24 hp 2 cylinder which has only done 1300 hours which the Buhk agent says is nicely run in. The engine drives through a ZFBW7 gear box, R & D coupling and a Volvo dripless stern gland.
COCKPIT: Engine control is a single lever Vetus, steering is hydraulic, Bukh instruments. It has a fixed Icom M421... read more
|Location:||PE2 8 Cambridgeshire UK|
|Price:|| £17,500 Tax Exempt|
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 cu... read more
|Location:||Weybridge Surrey UK|
A 1964 Classic Broads Cruiser that has been in the same private ownership for 20 years. A 4 berth, ideally 2 in comfort. Do not under estimate this vessel in any way. All modern equipment but retaining the classic style.The pride and joy of the owner who is a Professional Boatbuilder and Marine Engineer has kept this in a first class condition. This has an air draft of only 6ft 6" with a draft of 24 inchs. On the broads it will pass all the low bridges with ease with the aid of an electric roof, yes it even has this luxury feature which can be raised and lowered from the helm positio... read more
BUILT 1950 BY GRAHAM BUNN LTD, WROXHAM BUILT FOR PRIVATE OWNER MR THOMSON EDINBURGH REGISTERED IN LEITH REGISTERED WITH LLOYDS REGISTER WHICH IS WHY THEIR ARE VARIOUS WEIGHT POINTS SHOWN IN THE BOAT. STAYED IN LEITH UNTIL 1977 THEN MOVED TO CAMBS/ELY MOVED TO THE NORFOLK BROADS AND REGISTERED WITH THE BROADS AUTHORITY IN 2004 FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE BUILT IN 1950. VARIOUS WORK HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT NEW TRANSOM, DECKS CHANGED FROM CANVAS TO BOARD & APOXY. FRONT AND REAR CABIN ENDS REPLACED. THERE A TWO SEPARATE TOILETS. A SHOWER/HIP BATH WAS ADDED TO THE FRONT CABIN EN SUITE IN ... read more
|Location:||Stalham Norfolk UK|
VINTAGE TWIN-SCREW MOTOR-YACHT
Designed by E P Hart for W R Lawrence of The Grand Hotel, Bournemouth and built by Berthons of Lymington in 1922
The famous yard, Berthon Boat Company of Lymington built her to a high standard of mahogany on oak, copper sheathed below the waterline. Twin Atlantic petrol engines were fitted from new.
Registered in Southampton, official no. 145385 and stationed in Poole, possibly for use by hotel guests. In 1939, the second registered owner was A G Gwynne of Bournemouth followed in 1950 by W F Blackhall of Parkstone, Dorset. In 1960, now renamed White Flame... read more
|Location:||TW8 London UK|
48' x 13'6" double diagonal mahogany Admiralty built motorboat 1962.
Cascouvered then epoxy coated below waterline.
Twin (handed) GM 270HP diesels. (Capale 22/25 knots)
Beautiful interior fit out almost completed.
Very light and roomy.
Ideal sea, French canals or cruising houseboat.
Much money spent but unfortunately ill health forces sale.
Open to offers.
Lying Richmond on Thames (mooring not residential)... read more
“Octavia” is a beautiful example of a 6 Berth, 33’ Bates Starcraft motor cruiser equipped with a BMC bowman 1.8L Engine. Constructed in 1960 with a double skinned teak hull fastened onto oak timbers by W.Bates & Son, this cruiser has been kept in extremely good order. A Professional refit was carried out towards the end of 2011 by the mills dockyard and was repainted and varnished in 2018.
Fore cabin with twin berths, Galley equipped with a new world cadet gas cooker with 2 burner hob, large stainless steel Sink/Drainer and Waeco 12v fridge. Heads compartment offset... read more
In 1949 the De Vines and Van Lent families came together to approach the American market where sales were booming the late 40s. Headship was introduced to the American public at the 1951 New Year Boat Show. The high quality offered by headship impressed the public and attracted the attention of many famous people. These included Malcom Forbes who launched the first of three Highlander Feadships in 1957.
Rebel Lady was imported into Newcastle in 1965 and until 2000 was kept on the Hamble.
The crew quarter including the galley are forward of the central saloon. The Saloon leads to the... read more
Built in 1953 and hung on the port side of the Royal Yacht Britannia, she is half way through restoration and can be bought as such. She has all her original fittings and engine cover and original Perkins P4M with Centrifugal Gearbox and solid bronze Tiller arm. She has been stripped back to her original Honduras Mahogany which is double diagonal with canvas between the mahogany. Aluminium sectional flooring, buoyancy tanks under the seating compartments which have been refurbished. She needs some repairs to the upper bow gunnels and the engine refitted. She has her original prop and shaft whi... read more