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Boatshed London are delighted to offer this Dutch Steel Cruiser 40ft for sale which has been immaculately maintained by the owner.
Built in 1982 by Heck and C Goudappel, this two cabin, one heads boat makes an ideal cruiser for the Thames or back on the canals of Europe. Recently surveyed in 2018 and out of the water again for antifouling in 2019, this boat is beautifully presented - check out the detailed photographs of the external woodwork - and it really is as good in the flesh as the photos suggest. The propeller was refurbished along with fresh anodes in September 2019. Currently owne... read more
What a fine Karina Yachts Seafinn 411 example, with a comprehensive specification throughout, including a new (2019) Garmin GPS, radar, bow thruster, electric windlass, brand new oven...the list goes on!
My first impression of this boat was just how much interior space she has, with two spacious saloons, three good sized cabins at the bow and stern and two heads - all with plenty of stowage, which could be great for families and long cruises.
The very large Pilothouse comprises a big saloon area as well as lots of windows allowing great visibility when out at sea, as well as light to s... read more
On boarding, the first thing I noticed is the amazing amount of head room. I'm 6'2" and I can easily move around the boat and don't have to worry about my head hitting on something.
Another thing that initially struck me is the layout. It's unusually practical, as if someone had sat down and dedicated a lot of time on thinking how to make every square inch of this boat work 100%.
As we enter from the companionway on the port side we have a very nicely fitted forward facing nav desk with a quarter berth fitted under the cockpit seat.
Nav desk comes with a nice vertical bulkhead which... read more
|Location:||East Sussex UK|
The Dehler 25 was designed by the renowned and well regarded yacht designer Van De Stadt. It is no surprise then that they have a reputation for being well engineered, with an enviable sailing performance. These characterisitics, alongside the high specification build quality of Dehler Yachts, produced a trailerable boat capable of coastal and inland cruising and club racing alike. For an almost 8m yacht, the space is intelligently used, to provide a separate galley, double forward berth and comfortable saloon area, including a sizeable built-in refrigerator. The ability to reduce the boa... read more
This strong, seaworthy, twin engines fishing boat could soon be ready to go.
As far as a project goes she is coming on nicely. Most of the expensive work, such as improvements to the wiring, the engines and the drive legs, has already been carried out by professionals under the current owner but due to a change in personal circumstances, the owner has now decided to sell her on as she is.
Although she might appear a bit rough and not quite ready at the moment, this could soon change in the hands of an enthusiastic new owner.
For a twin engined craft of her size, build and price, ... read more
This Westerly Longbow has delivered safe, comfortable cruising for the current owner for many years, with many trips from her berth on the SW coast of Ireland to Scotland and UK.
Built with very well respected construction methods, The Longbows just give a little more space and sail a bit faster than the very popular Centaurs !
This boat was fitted with an Ultrasonic Antifoul System May 2016 and benefits from a recently re-built engine and new batteries, offering the new owner many more seasons of comfortable cruising.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the ask... read more
|Location:||Co Kerry Ireland|
The Grady White Kingfish is one of the most popular and fast offshore fishing boats in the USA.
The current owner purchased this1980 (circa) Kingfish in November 2015 and she has been completely stripped out.
The transom was modified and reinforced to create the new aluminium pod for the Evinrude outboard (all works carried out by Smith and Austen on Hayling).
All the wiring, fittings and tanks were new at the time of the works being carried out along with a new deck and bulkhead (TUP grade marine ply was utilised).
The boat has been fitted out for fast offshore fishing with bait... read more
Originally, this German Police Patrol boat would have plied up and down the Rhine. Converted to a liveaboard in 1980, the vessel is now moored in a tranquil location near Staines. The mooring is fully residential and includes a garden area adjacent to the boat.
The vessel also boasts a large rear deck, ideal for enjoying the quiet surroundings and entertaining during the summer month. There is a large amount of storage space and the engine room houses twin Detriot's with all-round access.
Fitted with air conditioning, the vessel is easy to keep cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
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A spacious widebeam that has the benefit of two cabins, with bunk beds that would be ideal for kids. The well-appointed galley has all the facilities you would expect to find in a family kitchen. The open saloon has a sofa that converts to a double bed, so having guests to stay is perfectly possible.
There is a diesel boiler to heat the hot water and a solid flue stove that keeps the whole boat warm during the winter nights.
Mechanically the boat has been very well looked after - the bilge is spotless! The vessel is easy to handle because she is fitted with a powerful bow thruster.
Cu... read more
Built in 1991, this US built trawler style yacht is a great example of the renowned Ocean Alexander boats and is perfectly set up for long trips away from land.
The accommodation and feel of this yacht belies its relatively small length of 45' making it seem like a much bigger boat. Mainly due to its enormous beam, this boat is a comfortable place to spend extended periods of time and the Master Cabin exemplifies this perfectly. Full beam and with ensuite cabin, you quickly forget this boat is only 45' in length.
The huge 385 Cummins push this boat along at 20 knots when required and hav... read more