All Classic Boats for sale in Kent, England
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
Lucie B was built from scratch in just 4 months by Ashley Butler and his team in Faversham in 2005. Ashley, while working on another Smack made a half model of Lucie B. He drew her lines and built the vessel. He sourced local trades to supply the materials for her and her rig. Fitted her with a new Beta Marine engine.
Her build was well documented in the Classic Boat Magazine, she was used as their display vessel at the London Boat show.
She is presently owned and sailed in her home waters of the River Medway and Thames, she has competed in the OGA Rallies and races.
She has been prove... read more
|Price:|| £48,000 Tax Paid|
Overall Length: 27ft 6ins :: Waterline: 23ft 5ins :: Beam: 7ft :: Draught: 6ft :: Displacement: not known
Engine: 8hp Vire Auxilliary:: Designer: W Starling Burgess:: Builder: Herreschoff Manufacturing Co. USA:: Location: East Coast
Sail: Optional Gaff Rig / Marconi Rig :: Berths: Two / Three Berths :: Year: 1921 :: Price: £25,000
HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
Sheila was the first boat built at the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company that wasn’t designed by Capt. Nat Herreshoff. Starling Burgess, an aircraft designer and close friend of Herreshoff, designed Sheila for Pau... read more
|Length:|| 27' 6"|
|Price:|| £25,000 Tax Exempt|
Premier Houseboats are pleased to present Kingfisher, an historic naval built vessel ideal as a weekend home, or small liveaboard. Kingfisher still has many original features, and provides surprising space for her size.
Kingfisher offers four berths in two cabins, a double in one that also has a separate toilet/shower cubicle, and a seating area in the saloon that can convert to another double berth or two singles.
The classically fitted saloon houses a log burner,and also has a galley area with a sink with hot and cold water, a small oven and hob, and storage.
The cockpi... read more