All Classic Motor Boats for sale in the UK
Superbo is a must view and priced to sell.
Superbo is a 40ft 1968 Fibreglass Bourne Cruiser with a Perkins inboard 704 diesel engine. All ready to go as a weekend cruiser or livaboard to cruise the network.
New head gasket, hoses, water pump
1 starter and 2 leasure batteries - 6 months old with split charger
Water is heated by a calorifier and a new immersion heater when on 240,
12v electric sockets & 240 sockets
Accommodation is split into three areas, full size fixed bed with storage underneath, one full length wardrobe and one cupboard with a shelf. Two small wall cupboards ... read more
|Price:|| £15,300 Tax Paid|
A classic broads cruiser with a sliding canopy making her light and spacious. Roomy interior & a low air draft ideal for pottering around the waterways. Beautifully presented and traditionally styled and river tolled until April 2021. Viewing recommended.
Aft cockpit well
Warps and fenders
Hot & cold water
Hob, oven & grill
Boat Safety Certificate 2024... read more
|Price:|| £24,950 Tax Exempt|
1954 Sabberton Brothers 42ft wooden motor cruiser, in need of some restoration. Planking required above and below the waterline. Viewing recommended, currently on the hardstanding at exeter canal basin. Great project for someone with the time and skills.... read more
|Location:||Exeter Devon UK|
PLEASE I AM NOT TOURIST ATTRACTION IF IF YOU DONT HAVE FUNDS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE MANY FREE ONES AROUND BEAUTIFUL SCOTLAND.
YES !! This berth is available free !!!!!’ with the sale of the Vital Spark for over four years worth £40,000 in its self if your thinking of living aboard this is on beautiful Loch Fyne Scotland’s longest sea loch see the photo in accommodation section.
Please as much as I would love to talk puffers I have put my pride and joy “The Iconic Vital Spark “ built 1944 in Hull on the market due to a severe lack of time so can I ask only serou... read more
|Location:||Argyll and Bute UK|
One of only 9 built A505 is probably the best and most original example of this rare lifeboat. Most of the work required to finish this boat is in the cockpit. Both Enfield outdrive legs are fitted and functional. .
The Mclachlan is in exceptional condition generally. The hull is excellent, we have painted it in 2 pack epoxy and it looks superb. We have the original Watermota engines, they were both seized and we’ve stripped and freed one of them but have decided to replace the block. We have bought another block for this engine and we expect that the other engine may also require the ... read more
Built in 1962 by Samuel Whites of Cowes on the IOW, this 47ft Watson served in Howth, Ireland until 1986, then joined the relief fleet and served at Courtmacsherry Harbour, Galway Bay, Penlee, The Lizard, Appledore and finally Poole Depot launching 212 times, saving 87 lives. She was sold out of service in 1991. Since that time, we're the third owners, and sadly due to time restriction and health the time has come to find her a new home. (The boat's history is available, including original draft drawings and some of the RNLI maintenance logs)
Launched as AMT, ON963. She was rename... read more
|Price:|| £49,000 Tax Paid|
1934 built at Hampton on the Thames.... read more
|Length:|| 38' 7"|
|Price:|| £48,000 Tax Paid|
Very rare 1931 Andrew 25 ft Slipper launch
Original 1931 Austin side valve engine.
In museum condition, winter and summer covers, beautiful upholstery.
Mooring available at Harts boatyard... read more
|Price:|| £24,950 Tax Paid|
HISTORY and CONSTRUCTION:
The ISLE OF BUTE was built for W W H McGrady of Dundee in 1937 by Ernest Collins & Sons Boatbuilder of Wroxham, Norfolk and designed by Percy Collins and Lloyds registered that year. In 1939 the vessel came into the ownership of Harry Collins, most likely a grandson of Ernest. The ISLE OF BUTE was kept on Oulton Broad. During the Second World War Captain E V Cullen ret. of Ealing, London W5 acquired the vessel moving her after the war down on to the River Thames. In 1949 T J Dilkes of Wembley bought ISLE OF BUTE selling her to Maurice Marks in the early 195... read more
|Length:|| 48' 7"|
|Price:|| £19,500 Tax Exempt|
Classic motor yacht in need of some cosmetic TLC, 1.5 litre BMC deisel engine, goes well, receipts and paperwork back to when built in Littlehampton in 1951 by ARC Marine, BSS certificate till 2024. Excellent opportunity to own a piece if history and add value, for a reasonable price!... read more