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Marsayru 40ft Steel Motor Yacht
At present ashore in Arzal, France. Built: Timmer and Zoon Holland 1937. In her present ownership for over 20years. Used as a houseboat on the French Canals. Documented action during the evacuation of troops, 1940.
For more details contact: M.J.Lewis 01621 840982
Contact Morris Tolhurst email firstname.lastname@example.org
On sale through Boatshed Hayling Island. Contact Ross Farncombe, Tel: +44 (0)2392 001256, Mobile: +44 (0)7552 169212
Little Ship MY LLANTHONY
Built by Camper Nicholson in 1934.
Purchased by present owner in 1995, whilst lying in Rhodes, Greece in a very dilapidated state.
Has undergone extensive restorations, most recently, re-plated all round in 2004 and twin Caterpillar 350 engines installed at same time.
Maintains her original fittings in cabins and salon. Internal refit done in Malta in 2005 restoring her original 4 guest cabins. Sleeps seven guests, bathroom and new crew-quarters to sleep up to five.
Has made two return trips to the UK from Marmaris in Turkey in the last nine years
Currently lying in Portavadie Marina on the West Coast of Scotland.
Last survey February 2009 conducted by K.M Walsh, County Down
A beautiful, well maintained Little Ship, with a wealth of history quite apart from her glorious role at Dunkirk.
Ideal small cruising vessel. Full inventory available.
Contact: www.classicyachtbrokerage.co.uk Tel +44 (0) 1905 356482
LOIUSE STEPHENS - formerly the Gt Yarmouth & Gorleston lifeboat
Built 1939, sold out of service 1974.
Shallow draft Watson designed for use on the sand banks of the east coast
Now converted with wheelhouse and deck cabin..
Twin Ford diesels.
Radar, trax plotter, gps and radio.
Vessel refitted and painted August 09.
Ready to sail away.
Contact email@example.com. Telephone: 0289 1883 4030 Mobile: 07811 230215
Amended Oct 2010: Louise is up for sale asking £9000 or offer she is supposed to be basically sound having been slipped last year for a new rudder, painting and port engine cooling system renewal. She does need some TLC inside. Owner is J. Findlay phone 01496 302125. She is lying at Port Ellen, Isle of Islay.
For sale on ebay http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Genuine-Dunkirk-Little-Ship-for-Sale_W0QQitemZ2304... .
1936 Gibbs LOA 39ft, beam 12ft, twin screw, diesel in need of some internal restForation.
Closing date 21 Apr, 2010; 23:01:19 BST
ANGELE ALINE - SOLD
Angele Aline was built as a sailing trawler in 1921 in Fecamp, France by the Lemaistre Brothers. Originally of Oak planking on Oak frames she is now a mixture of Larch and Oak. The decks are epoxy sheathed 2inch marine ply. The pilot house is teak. She has been substantially re built. The survey dated 2005 describes the rebuild.
She offers up to 13 berths in 5 cabins there are 2 heads, one en-suite with the master cabin and a separate shower. Mechanical propulsion is by two Beta Marine Holland 85 hp diesels, installed 2004.
For further information visit http://www.mjlewisboatsales.com/
Seamew is a Gentleman's Motor Yacht, and Dunkirk Little Ship, built in 1936 by Williams & Parkinson in North Wales. A twin screw motor ship of 37' 6" long and 12.26 tons, she is registered with Lloyds from 1939 to 2012. (All documents are with the current owner). The structure of Seamew is pitch pine on oak and teak deck. All sails, rigging and equipment is included together with all original mahogany furniture and a dinghy - everything is ready to sail.
Seamew is available to view by appointment afloat in Peel Marina, Isle of Man. Travel costs to view will be refunded on purchase. See http://www.hscboats.co.uk/website/prdseamew.htm or call 01491 578870
Recently restored by Michael Dennett, boat builder based at Laleham. In preparation for the 2010 Return to Dunkirk MB 278 has undergone extensive restoration and now sports a new diesel engine. Internally she sleeps two in the aft section of the saloon with a galley forward to port and starboard leading into a toilet compartment in the forepeak. The wheelhouse has been completely newly designed and is open into the large aft cockpit making this the ideal boat for cruising on the Thames and entertaining friends. See http://www.hscboats.co.uk/website/prdmb278.htm or contact Gillian Nahum, 01491 578870, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regrettably now in need of a complete refit, guide price £10,000.
Full details on the website www.classicyachtbrokerage.co.uk
Due to the current owners health Forty-Two has been neglected in recent years after being partly re-planked and re-decked about 8 years ago.
She is currently afloat with running engines on the non-tidal River Severn.
1925 Frank Curtis Pocket Cruiser fully restored.
Engine Type: Petrol / Parrafin (Parrafin no longer required) Ailsa Craig Model LB4 - B
Length (Feet): 30 Beam (Feet): 8.5
Contact Kes Travers : Kestravers@hotmail.com
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