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All boat styles wanted for brokerage or outright purchase including Narrowboats, Cruisers, Barges & Day Boats
 
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Just arrived & available to view now - Cabin Cruiser 23ft - Here's a lovely 23ft clinker built wooden cabin cruiser with classic Sabb single cylinder diesel engine and gearbox with shaft drive and a really special reversing propellor.  This is a great project for those that know and love their boats as she is clinker built with mahogany top sides and canvas decks.  She is really very pretty and that Sabb engine is a delight and in working condition once some very basic recommissioning work is done.  She is already on hardstanding and she can be kept here for as long as you need while you undertake the project.  Alternatively, you can take her away at any time.  Come along and take a look - this really is a very pretty boat and such a worthwhile project - £1,000 with 6 months FREE storage / mooring - photos will follow soon
 
Lysander.JPGNow taken by new owner - Lysander 17 - Bramber trailer - Here is a sailboat with a small cabin; it's a Lysander 17 as designed by Percy Blandford, twin bilge keels and is 17ft in length. It would be an ideal fun project and when launched the boat would be ideal for estuary sailing and also for cruising on the River Thames and further afield including the Norfolk Broads. With its small cabin, it can easily accommodate overnighting or for just messing about on the water.  The trailer is a Bramber braked trailer and suits the boat perfectly.  These boats are set up for use with sails or with an outboard engine and any small outboard of around 4hp would be cheap to source, easy to fit, economical and would perfectly suit the boat.  The hull and superstructure are wood and you should expect to have to make quite significant repairs and you should come and see her to make your own judgement on her condition. These were boats designed to be home built so should be withing the capability of a competent DIY'er. The photos were taken 10th January 2019 so are an accurate reflection of her current condition