Hello and welcome to our boat list.
Here you will find our wide range of boats for brokerage sale.
Malahini Runabout Ski Boat. New Build.
Design: Glen L Witt- N.A, Glen-L Designs U.S.A
Hard Chine in Marine Mahogany Ply
Hardwood framing throughout.
Length 4.9 m 16 ft
Width 1.99 m 6 ft 7 ”
Max Depth 0.78 m 2 ft 7″
Sides and bottom clad in 200g/m2 cloth, 4 coats West System Epoxy Resin. All fixings mainly Silica Bronze, some Brass S.S. Boat fully fitted with fuel tank, gauge and battery.
All S.S. fittings. Lights, horn, seats, steering wheel, box and drive cable, bilge pump, windshield and all associated wiring. Complete with trailer. Motor not included. We have been advised that whoever buys it will want the choice depending on type of use.
Boat is a brand new and awaits its new owners decision on outboard choice and final hull colour combination.
Price: GBP 17.500
G&J Reeves Custom Shell,
Show boat quality, meticulously fitted out to the highest standard by Touchwood Boat builders.
6 berth, 1 double bedroom 1x double foldaway and two singles.
Sterling 3kw hot water system
Full size shower (1 meter x 760) bathroom&toilet
Beta 43 with 2000 hours, full service history
Hydraulic Gearbox 3-1
Lewmar bow thruster with intelligent charger system
Webasto Central heating with tube style radiators throughout.
LED lighting throughout
Kitchen construction in high quality ash,Bedroom in oak and bathroom in walnut.
Next boat inspection 2022
Coburg Yacht Brokers
2002 57 x 6,10" Traditional cottage style narrowboat
Perkins 3 cylinder Tug engine
Double bedroom, sofa bed in lounge
Solid fuel stove
Wooden flooring throughout
Fitted kitchen with Cooker, fridge,washing machine & microwave
Great boat for the price.
Call or email for a viewing
Last of the Mersey survey launches
Carvel-built in copper-fastened mahogany on oak by Henry B. Hornby & Co of Wallasey in 1963.
Original 1962 Gardner 6LX oil engine matched to Kitchen patent clam-shell rudder.
The Surveyor-class half-deckers were designed for master mariners employed by the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board. They were built by the Wallasey firm who constructed generations of rugged West African surf boats. SURVEYOR is fitted with Kitchen's patent reversing rudders, using reversed directional thrust in the way clam-shell thrust reversing systems operate on airliners, to allow the single engine and the drive train to run at a constant, economical speed, even in reverse or when stationary.
Overall Length: 41ft 0in 12.5m Air draught: 7ft 0in 2.1m [radar arch down]
Beam: 9ft 8in 2.95m Draught: 3ft 11in 1.2m
Displacement: 12000kg Designer: Henry B. Hornby & Co
Builder: Henry B. Hornby & Co of Wallasey on Lloyds Register 303874 in 1963.
A good-looking, highly manoeuvrable, supremely economical motor yacht with a low air draught that makes her perfect for the River Thames or the Norfolk Broads. Cruised under private ownership in the Irish Sea and admired at the Peel Traditional Boat Weekend in the Isle of Man.
Engine: Legendary six-cylinder Gardner 6LX, 1962, 110hp @ 1300 rpm hp [80,9Kw] driving phosphor-bronze shaft through Gardner 2UC gearbox, delivering 12 knots on 2 litres per hour fuel consumption.
The Manchester engineers Hugh and John Gardner introduced the LX series engines in 1958. Their 6LX and 8LX are even today described as the finest heavy duty diesel engines ever produced, becoming the first production engines to achieve 40 per cent thermal efficiency.
Hull: Heavy oak frames with copper-fastened mahogany planking, carvel-built and fitted with steel lifting brackets supplied by Henry B. Hornby & Co, builders of the famous surf boats used in West Africa for transhipping cargo at sea and landing on storm beaches.
Electrical and Navigational system: Domestic and engine starting batteries, Sestrel compass, Raymarine radar, Sailor RT1445 marine vhf radio, bilge pumps, navigation lights. .
SURVEYOR is the last survivor of the professionally-built and professionally maintained wooden launches built for work alongside deep sea vessels in exposed channels on both sides of the Liverpool Bar. She has been cared for by two private owners since she was de-commissioned by the MDH company. She is on the hard at Liverpool Marina L3 4BP.
GBP 15,000.00 (Reduced)
Overall Length: 44ft 0in 13.4m Waterline: 36ft 6in 11.15m
Beam: 13ft 1in 3.95m Draught [cast lead fin & bulb]: 6ft 5in 1.95m
Displacement: 8400kg Ballast: 2800kg
Sail area: 19.87 sqm Engine: Volvo Penta MD22L 55hp diesel
Designer: J & J Builder: Bavaria Yachtbau Gmbh, Germany, 2001
Six berths in three cabins.
HIN: DE-BAVG 42U6D101 CE: 0062 Category A Ocean
Sails: Kemp 2001 mainsail and genoa, Kemp 2002 spinnaker.
Rig: Seldén aluminium mast, deck-stepped with in-mast furling, aluminium boom, spinnaker pole and stainless steel rigging, genoa roller furling system with twin luff groove, stainless steel pulpit, RORC guard rails and lifelines. 7/8 fractional rig with D1/D2 inners.
Engine: Volvo Penta MD22L raw water-cooled four-cylinder 55 hp marine diesel, serviced November 2017, delivers 6-10 knots. Consumption from 210-litre fuel tank is approximately 3.5 litres per hour at 1500 rpm. New in 2001 with 815 engine hours. The engine drives a fixed propeller and a 12-volt alternator charging four lead acid batteries [three domestic 180Ah plus one starter 88Ah].
Hull: GRP to Germanischer Lloyd standards with Kevlar fabric in collision endangered area and coat of isophthalic acid resin with powder-bounded glass mat to resist osmosis and keep laminate watertight. Keel blasted, epoxied and copper-coated November 2017. Teak-covered deck.
Accommodation: Fitted out in mahogany with immaculate original ultramarine upholstery and curtains. Berths for three couples. Saloon seating for 8 persons at the table. Pressurised hot and cold water system offers showers, heads and washbasins in two aft staterooms, each suitable for two people. Access to the aft head is from both the saloon and from aft cabin. Well appointed galley with pots, pans, crockery, Bavaria gimballed triple-burner gas cooker, Matsui electric microwave cooker, Coolmatic refrigerator, with stainless steel twin sinks and hot and cold pressurised water from 210-litre and 150-litre flexible water tanks. Grey water holding tank fitted under saloon seating.
Bob Perry of Sailing Magazine commented in 2000, "The fractional rig pushes the mast forward, and in this case, it moves the mast out of the middle of the main cabin and nestles it up against the forward bulkhead. From a sailing perspective the big sail is now on the boom and easily handled, especially if you go with a Leisure Furl boom, my favorite new piece of gear. With the mast and center of pressure of the mainsail forward, you can probably sail this boat reasonably well under mainsail alone, if you are feeling lazy. The spreaders are swept 18 degrees."
BLUE MAGIC is offered VAT paid on the hard at the Bluepoint Marine Services, Liverpool Marina, Liverpool, L3 4BP.
Price: GBP 52,000
We have been hauling, shipping, extricating, salvaging and brokering motor yachts, sailing cruisers, barges, trawlers, in Britain and worldwide for 47 years.
NAVIGARE NECESSE EST, VIVERE NON EST NECESSE
To sail is necessary, to survive is not necessary.
Attributed by Plutarch to Gnaeus Pompeius who sent sailors to sea in bad weather to bring grain from Africa to Rome.
Please note: in the advertising and sale of yachts we are acting as brokers only. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. Particulars do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and, where appropriate, at his own expense employ a qualified marine surveyor to undertake a survey and, if necessary, to undertake an engine test. Offered for sale subject to being unsold.
Coburg Yacht Brokers is owned by the international yacht transporters Sealand Boat Deliveries Limited and run by keen yachtsmen, to sell, source and locate boats, yachts, sailing cruisers and motor cruisers for yachtsmen all over the world, specialising in the sale of interesting yachts in remote locations.
Coburg Yacht Brokers,
Douglas Boatyard, Becconsall Lane, Hesketh Bank, Preston, Lancashire. PR4 6RR
Tel: 01254 705225
TeleFax: +44 1254 898864
International: +44 1254 705225
Internet address: http//www.coburgbrokers.com
Copyright © 2019 Coburg Yacht Brokers - All Rights Reserved.
Powered by GoDaddy Website Builder