All Classic Boats for sale in Essex, England
'Alice' is a 25' Itchen Ferry (32' with bowsprit extended), built in 1980. Combining the grace and power of traditional gaff rig with the convenience of a GRP hull, she is a safe and sturdy sea-boat with a deep cockpit and well-maintained Yanmar 2QM15 inboard engine. For over thirty years the current owner has cruised the UK and near continent, from the choppy waters of the Thames Estuary and North Sea to the shallow inland waterways of the Netherlands and the rugged coasts and rip-tides of Brittany and the Channel Islands.... read more
|Location:||Rochford Essex UK|
This is a substantial vessel. Presented in good order, unfortunately she sat on her rudder and this now needs replacing.
In her past she was used as the Mother ship, a Hub for Wild fowling Parties.Smaller duck punts were stowed on her generous deck space. Then her large saloon provided a warm / dry safe haven from the elements. There were at one time gun racks on the coach roof combings. She has been sympathetically restored and makes for a a very comfortable accommodation.
Traditional Gaff Cutter Rig. Viewing Recommended... read more
|Location:||Heybridge Basin, nr Maldon, Essex Essex UK|
|Price:|| £10,950 Tax Exempt|
This is a project which has been in the same ownership for the last 20years. fter she fell over and damaged her topsides he decided to take her on . after much restoration work to her hull. she was actually re floated, 2008. She was then taken out of the water and transported to her current site which is inside a workshop/ shed at home.
All equipment and gear taken out of her has been retained.
There are still many man hours required, a "labour of love" is required to get her back into commission.... read more
|Location:||Goldhanger, nr Maldon Essex Essex UK|
|Price:|| £12,500 Tax Exempt|
17m ex Pilot vessel built by Tyrrell & Son of Arklow. Heavy displacement motor vessel, carvel planked larch on oak. She has been converted to a live aboard vessel. She has a Gardner 6L3, 1959 engine, it requires the gear box and water pump fixing.
Her layout gives a wheelhouse, a galley and saloon with a solid fuel stove installed at deck level. Below there is a double cabin forward, plus 2 x double bunk cabins. A full sized heads with a shower.
The engine room is separate aft, she has a 12kva diesel generator, washing machine and drier. She can be fully self sufficient 12v/24v an... read more
|Length:|| 56' 1"|
|Location:|| Maylandsea, Essex Essex UK|
|Price:|| £25,000 Tax Paid|
25ft Maurice Griffith's Leigh Cockler design. A Gaff Cutter undergone an external refit and relaunched back onto her mud both March 2019.
A robust little river cruiser, long shallow keel with a drop plate. In fair condition.... read more
|Location:||Maldon, CM9 5HG Essex UK|
Dorothea, 27ft Gaff Yawl built along the lines of the West country Falmouth Quay Punts. 27ft 3ins. hull length 5.66 tons registered weight. Built and designed by W.E.Thomas of Falmouth in 1909. Carvel planked Pitch Pine on Oak.
Part of her provenance was a previous owner being Mr Trafford Leigh-Mallory in the 1920's , he was in charge of the 12 group in the Battle of Britain and the UK and American Forces at the time of the Normandy Landings.
She underwent a major restoration 12-14 years ago.
some of the teak used in her restoration came form the Tower Bridge!...... read more
|Location:||Maldon Essex Essex UK|
|Price:|| £45,000 Tax Exempt|
Mary Bryant is one of the best-known gaff-rigged schooners in British waters.
She was built in Fowey, Cornwall, during 1980-81.
Her accommodation offers: 1 double berth and six single berths all 6ft 6ins in length. Generous headroom throughout of 6ft 6ins.
The first owner, Mike Johnson, was closely involved in her building her and recorded this in a series of articles in the Practice Boat Owner.
Two articles written about her which appeared in the Yachting Monthly publication. When a previous owner on her shake-down trip after buying the Mary Bryant was to Iceland and back!.
Mary Bryant... read more
|Location:||Maldon Essex UK|
A Walter Easton Designed 30ft Yawl. Built by Cooks of Maldon 1930
This is a 30ft Bermudan Yawl, cutter rigged, long keel yacht with a canoe stern. At present laid up afloat, unrigged and in the process of refit. Heavily built having pitch pine planking on oak frames. Long iron keel with very heavy deep frames. Internally the boat is partially stripped out in preparation for a refit. Engined with a BETA BD 1005 three cylinder 1001 cc 28 hp engine. Sails and spars ashore along with all rigging etc, plus other items of equipment ashore for safe keeping.
Principal dimensions: LOA 30ft. LWL 26ft.... read more
|Location:||Rochford Essex UK|