Classic Yacht Brokerage
Worcester, Worcestershire, WR5 3HA, UK
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Established in 1993 Classic Yacht Brokerage is recognised as the country’s leading traditional yacht agencies specialising in the sale of vintage, classic and thoroughbred motor and sailing yachts throughout the UK and Europe
Central Office & Administration:
8 Wheatfield Avenue
Worcester
WR5 3HA

Telephone: 01905-356482 / 07949-095075 Email: info@classicyachtbrokerage.co.uk

All types of wooden sailing and motor-yachts are required to replace those recently sold. Where-ever your boat is presently located if you are contemplating selling this Autumn we should be pleased to hear from you.

Classic Yacht Brokerage offer competitive 'no sale no fee or costs' terms aimed at producing the best possible results whether marketing a former Royal Yacht or Clinker Dinghy with informative fully illustrated details and specialist advertising on all vessels.

Marketing can be tailored to suit an owners individual requirements and time-scale.

Occasionally vessels are sold directly through our clients register, so contact us with your particular requirements as often we know of vessels which could be for sale to the right buyer or that are shortly coming on to the market .


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47ft. TRADITIONAL PILOT CUTTER - Project boatARIADNE was built in 1924 by Worfolk Brothers, Kings Lynn, Norfolk as an East Coast Pilot Cutter, a role she fulfilled until the 1960s. During the early 1970s she was used as a Pilot Boat laying buoys for the Conservancy Board. Later in the 1970s ARIADNE was converted to a Prawn Fishing Boat. In 1983 she was sold for conversion to a private yacht and then bought by the previous owner in 1987. An eight year restoration began overseen by the original builder Bill Worfolk, then 99 years of age. ARI... read more
46ft CARDINAL CLASS CRUISER/RACER 1989 - Excellent ExampleHARMONY – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION The Cardinal Series of yachts date from the 1980s and were the foundation of the Warwick Yacht Design Company. Alan Warwick 1934-2018 set up the W.Y.D company in Auckland in 1980 producing over 500 designs to include performance yachts, mono and multihulls, sports fishers, luxury superyachts, high-speed launches and commercial boats. The company quickly gained a reputation for quality design and as such performance cruiser/racers such as the Cardina... read more
46ft. TRADITIONAL TOPSAIL SCHOONERBuilt in 1904 as a 40’ cutter fitted with a centreplate, designed by W Stoba of Fleetwood, Lancashire for the local fishing fleet. “Won the trophy for best catches of the year in 1905 and proved to be a fast easily worked boat of advanced design. In later years, having had twin engines fitted, PROVIDER worked from Liverpool and North Wales registered number (LL282) before being brought to Barrow for conversion into a yacht.” (North Western Sail, Alan Lockett). Originally a 40... read more
30ft. HARRISON BUTLER CUTTER - Askadil Design 1934On the market for only the second time in fifty years is ALEXA, Ex: ENVYS a 8.5 ton TM Bermudian Cutter built to Harrison Butler’s Askadil design. Constructed of first-class materials and with a high standard of workmanship this is indeed a rare opportunity to acquire one of the much coveted larger HB designed metacentric yachts. When built in 1934 ALEXA was first owned by Dr. G A Gassman and later by Dr. W Brownlow-Smith. After the war Lt. Col. Mitchell became owner selling her in ... read more
28ft PETER DUCK CLASS KETCHIn 1945, the journalist and well know children’s author Arthur Ransome, commissioned Jack Giles to design a replacement for SELINA KING. The design was to take only minimum effort to sail and yet offer the ‘maximum comfort for two’. ‘PETER DUCK’, as she was called, was launched in 1947, named after Ransome’s third book about the ‘ancient mariner’ which had just been published. Over a successive period of twenty years, a total of 38 Peter Ducks w... read more
49ft CLASSIC 1950s SANGERMANI YAWLOverall Length: 49ft :: Waterline: 41ft :: Beam: 11ft 7ins :: Draught: 7ft 4ins :: Displacement: 21 Tons TM Engine: 65hp Perkins Diesel Engine :: Designer: Cesare Sangermani :: Builder: Cantiere Sangermani :: Location: Italy Sail: Masthead Yawl Rig :: Berths: Five Guests plus Crew :: Year: 1954 :: Price: £175,000 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: PRELIMINARY DETAILS: In the last few years of the 19th Century, Ettore Sangermani established a small boatyar... read more
46ft. GAFF CUTTER 9 Metre R Racer - Professionally RestoredPANDORA was built to a design by Johan Anker to the newly created ‘metre rule’ set in London in 1906. She is most likely the first yacht built to the rule at the Anker & Jensen yard in Norway of which eight 9 Metre R boat were built before the Great War. Scott Hansen from Oslo was one of her original owners keeping PANDORA until the 1930s when Thomas Schlytter bought her, he also kept her for many years. In the 1950s O W Band of Norway bought PANDORA changing her name to FRI. ... read more
42ft CLASSIC LAURENT GILES BERMUDIAN CUTTEROverall Length: 42ft (on deck) :: Waterline: 32ft :: Beam: 10ft 6ins :: Draught: 7ft :: Displacement: 17 Tons TM Engine: 75hp Volvo-Penta Diesel (new 2017) :: Designer: Jack Laurent Giles :: Builder: Sussex Yacht Works, Shoreham :: Location: Portugal Sail: 744 sq. ft. Plain Sail :: Berths: Seven in three cabins :: Year: 1938 :: A C Wingate of Offington Park, Surrey commissioned Jack Laurent Giles to design a cruiser racer in 1938 to be built by Sussex Yacht Works Ltd. Shoreham, West ... read more
29ft FINNSAILER CLASS MASTHEAD RIGGED SLOOPAndoya Inventory/Description Deck. New CQR Galvanised anchor New galvanised anchor chain New Port and Starboard navigation lamps. New mast and stern navigation lamps. New windscreen wiper motors. New VHF aerial fitted to the top of the mast. 2 Stern mounted life horse shoe life buoys. Stainless steel boarding ladders. Outside/emergency removable s/steel tiller. Boat hook. New fenders. Wheelhouse/Cockpit. Port and starboard seats upholstered in blue viny... read more
43ft. CLASSIC 1930s CRUISING/RACING YAWL Overall Length: 43ft on deck :: Waterline: 31ft :: Beam: 8ft 2ins :: Draught: 5ft 10ins :: Displacement: 15 Tons TM Engine: 75hp Volvo Penta Diesel :: Designer: A F Ameen :: Builder: Swedish :: Location: Italy Sail: Yawl Rig sets 645 sq.ft plain sail :: Berths: Six Berths :: Year: 1936 :: Price: £48,500 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: S'MARIANNE was designed by the well respected naval architect A F Ameen and built in Sweden for her first owner Carl L... read more
28ft. MAURICE GRIFFITHS LONE GULL BERMUDIAN SLOOP - 2002Maurice Griffiths needs little introduction as one of the most successful and popular yacht designers of the 20th Century. Maurice was a great influence in post-war yachting and as editor of Yachting Monthly for many years, he persuaded numerous people to take up yachting at that time. In his designs, he took much of his inspiration from the East Coast working boats built for those shoal waters but was also influenced by some American designs. Maurice is certainly most well known for his smal... read more
44ft. FLYING THIRTY RACING YACHT - Refitted 2020HUFF of ARKLOW, built in 1951 still looks remarkable nearly seventy years after she was first designed by Uffa Fox for his friend and keen racer Douglas Heard. Douglas was a retired RAF pilot and the stepped sheer is believed to have been incorporated into the design to assist getting aboard when alongside. Douglas wanted a fast, weatherly racer capable of accommodating a crew of six. Essentially the design is a scaled-up Flying Fifteen, also designed by Uffa in 1947 and still raced competiti... read more
45ft BUCHANAN CRUISER/RACER - PROJECTNORYEMA II was built to Lloyds 100A1 for Ron Amey in 1961/62 by Williams King and Sons of Burnham on Crouch. Ron had much success with the boat and got into the Admirals Cup which they went on to win in 1963. The boat was used in a sailing school for a period, before being sold to the current vendor’s father, and was re-named ‘Rosheeba’ in 1965. In 1975 – 1985 she was in her third ownership and known as ‘Tiree III of Bosham’, and in 1985-2019 she was know as B... read more
50ft. CURTIS & PAPE BLUEWATER KETCHHISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Designed by the legendary Alan Pape, this 50ft Cutter Rigged Ketch was built by Frank Curtis & Pape Brothers Ltd in Looe Cornwall under Lloyds survey and was originally commissioned in 1975 as SUMMER WIND for John Radford of Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire. Originally stationed in Lymington and then in later ownership renamed KEFFY. In 2001 she underwent a three year £250,000 complete refit. The interior refitted with solid cherry, having fielded panelled ... read more
45ft. SWEDISH CLASSIC YAWL - 1937 - Quality YachtHISTORY & DESCRIPTION: Ake Ameen is a highly respected Swedish yacht designer working in the first half of the 20th Century in Stockholm. DIANA was designed by Ake Ameen in 1937 for Sigurd Golje of Stockholm. DIANA remained in Sigurd's ownership for nearly four decades sailing Swedish waters. During the 1970s and 80s, DIANA was in the ownership of Sven Winquist in Sweden. The current owner of some 5 years has continued a careful maintenance programme retaining the originality ... read more
BLUE LEOPARD - 112ft. Laurent Giles Ketch Motor-SailerHISTORY & DESCRIPTION: BLUE LEOPARD is a legendary design from the board of the talented naval architect Jack Laurent Giles, who in the early 1960s was asked to produce a design, merging both a motor and sailing yacht equally. With a light displacement, BLUE LEOPARD is easily driven with a sail area ratio comparable with the famous J-Class racing yachts. In 1962 Desmond Molins of Eaton Square, London chose William Osborne of Littlehampton to build BLUE LEOPARD to the same exacting standard... read more
30ft SEACRAFT BERMUDIAN SLOOP -1961 HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: DOMINGO is conventionally designed with a spoon bow, full sweeping, unbroken sheer, full transom and round bilge hull with a long externally ballast keel and useful timber bilge keels, ideal for drying moorings or shoal-draught cruising. The rudder is transom and keel hung. The deck layout is also conventional with fore, side and aft decks with accommodation forward beneath a stepped coach roof and with a self-draining cockpit aft. Planking is carvel in Afromosia &... read more
45ft. HISTORIC LOOE LUGGER - HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: OUR DADDY was built in Looe, Cornwall in 1921 by local boat builder Dick Pearce. She was commissioned by the Pengelly family and built to join their fleet of fishing boats that included “Our Boys” and “Our Girls” hence the name “Our Daddy”. A 45ft Standing Lugger, she was the last lugger to be built to sailing lines and to work out of Looe, Cornwall. Originally skippered by Alfred John Pengelly and more recently his son, she f... read more
80ft. LUXURY GAFF SCHOONER built 1995 & re-fitted 2012Overall Length: 80ft (24.36m) :: Waterline: 67ft (20.29m) :: Beam: 21ft 6ins (6.51m) :: Draught: 6ft 9ins (2.05m) :: Displacement: 57.18 Gross Tonnage Engine: 350hp Cummins Diesel :: Designer: Daniel Bombigher :: Builder: Metur Yachts :: Location: Turkey Sail: Gaff Schooner Rig :: Berths: Six Guests plus Crew :: Year: 1995/2012 Broker's Details: HISTORY & DESCRIPTION: DREAM was built by Metur Yachts of Turkey to the Daniel Bombigher 'Schpoundtz' design. Built ... read more
29ft FRED PARKER CLASSIC BERMUDIAN SLOOP - 1960 - ONDINE was designed by Frederick Parker and built by Woodnutts, Isle of Wight in 1960 for D A Kelsey of London. She was initially stationed at Poole and later at Hamble. In new ownership in the late 1960s of Mr & Mrs E M Dallimore, ONDINE was moved to Burnham on Crouch, she has remained on the East Coast since in the current 30 year ownership. ONDINE is of 1.25 inch mahogany planking, splined from new with hickory, all copper fastened to steam bent rock elm timbers at 6 inch centres.... read more
27ft. HARRISON BUTLER 'OMEGA DESIGN' BERMUDIAN CUTTERThe Omega Design dates from 1936 and is the last in a series of cruising yachts with a 22ft 6ins waterline and transom stern from the well respected designer and ophthalmic surgeon Dr. T Harrison Butler. The design conforms to the metacentric principal with the heeled and upright centres of areas practically coinciding. OMEGA is a development of the successful Cyclone and Englyn designs. OMEGA BREEZE is one of five examples of the design and was built between 1986 and 1994 by the Internationa... read more
26ft HARRISON BUTLER BERMUDIAN CUTTER - 1934 - A comfortable, attractive and weatherly cruising yacht with proven capabilities. The Bogle Design was first drawn by Dr. Harrison Butler in 1933 for the Little Ship Club designing competition and is named after THB’s daughter-in-law, actress Joan Bogle Hickson, who in later years achieved world wide acclaim playing Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple. The design was a great success and resulted in quite a number of Bogle’s being built during the 1930’s. CARACOLE was bu... read more
40ft. CORNISH MOTOR SAILER built 1922 St IvesBuilt in 1922 in St Ives by P P Landers and launched in May of that year as a fishing vessel, BEN MY CHREE (Manx for Girl of My Heart) registered number SS139 for Richard Boase. Fished out of St Ives until the late 1930s then sold in to private ownership to Bernard Wilkinson of Keward House, Hampshire. Converted to a private, twin screw motor yacht and registered as SUNGEI. After Bernard’s death in 1955 the executors sold the vessel to Mr & Mrs Anthony Somers. At this time Parnh... read more
42ft 'WINDFALL' BERMUDIAN SLOOP - Restored & In CommissionHISTORY & DESCRIPTION: NORDOST is a fully documented ‘Windfall Yacht’ so-called as they fell like ripe fruits after the Second World War and were brought back to England as spoils of war. NORDOST was liberated by a Spitfire pilot and sailed back to Harwich in 1946 from the Dutch Canal where she was in use as accommodation for Luftwaffe pilots. NORDOST was built in Lubeck (Travemunde) in 1928 to the 60 Square Metre Seefahrtkreuzer (sports yacht) German National Rule. Twenty... read more
48ft. VAGABOND CLASS BLUE-WATER CRUISING YACHTHISTORY and DESCRIPTION: VAGABOND’ELLE was built in 1970 and purchased by her current French owner for polar exploration in 1995 and is one of a succession of Vagabond yachts made famous through books, films, exhibitions and television programmes by their voyaging owners undertaking scientific research. Built by Szczecinska Stocznia Yachtowa of Gdansk to a design by Ryszard Langer, Vagabond’elle has completed 1,000’s of nautical miles during the last fifteen years, the ow... read more


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