Used Boats: 51 Adverts Displaying: 11-20
A popular family river and coastal cruiser, this Princess 25 has been recently updated and is nicely presented, in a modern style but keeping traditional features.
It has an open plan, spacious interior with separate heads, fully equipped galley and plenty of stowage for extended cruising. With a swim platform and cockpit seating, ideal for entertaining or equally suitable for fishing, utilising the large cockpit.
With this boat's low airdraft and renowned, solid V shaped hull, it is equally suited to rivers, as it is at home in coastal waters. With plenty of power provided by the twi... read more
This 8 person, Ian Porter designed Renegade RIB has a reputation for unique design, robust build and great performance, which were all impressed on us when we visited this boat. The additional beam makes a significant difference to the internal space and seating arrangement.
The version has been well maintained and looks to be in good condition. The boat has always been left covered when not used and the tubes look to have benefited from this attention. The engine was serviced in August 2020 and a new fuel injection pump was also fitted. Complete with an unbraked road trailer, this tidy... read more
This is a tidy example of the 640, having had only one owner, who has consistently maintained and updated the boat. The four stroke 115hp engine provides plenty of power to open a range of usage options, from a short trip out, to longer passage or time in the boat. The interior is clean and designed to maximise space, with a double forward cabin and comfortable helm position. If you are looking for a fast weekender and or a swift platform for fishing or just exploring inland and coastal waters, this boat is worth your serious consideration. If you would like any more information or a perso... read more
This Nimbus 380 Commander is very well equipped example of this quality motor yacht.
It has two good sized double cabins forward of the main helm position. The aft cabin houses a saloon area and spacious galley. There is access to the flybridge via an inner companionway next to the helm and also via stairs from the aft cockpit.
Recent additions to the inventory include a stern thruster with a side power remote to allow combined use with the bow thruster. Recent carpets, a second TV/DVD, window blinds and much more. This version is also featured in the October 2019 issue of Motorboat Owner. ... read more
Hardy power boats are well regarded and sought after and looking at this Fisher 24, it is not difficult to see why. The boat presents with seaworthy lines and a robust build quality. This tidy and well maintained example, features the extended wheelhouse, with good internal space, hosting the galley, saloon, helm and navigator seat. Further forward is the double cabin, also containing the heads. The beam and headroom make for a comfortable boat, whether inside or working in the cockpit, side or foredecks. The engine looks to have been well cared for, having been serviced annually and the... read more
Based on the Westerly Longbow, the Berwick's innovative design has the benefit of good sailing characteristics, whilst also designed to be capable of motorcruising for long periods of time. The hull form is similar to the popular Centaur, with bilge keels and a skeg hung rudder the boat can sail shoaling waters, even drying out comfortably. The Berwick is spacious inside and out, with a deep, roomy cockpit giving a safe feeling and also side and fore decks that don't feel awkward when moving around and working the boat. Down below the acommodation is comfortable, with 5 berths, two being i... read more
Broom boats are well regarded, as solidly built, reliable and luxurious cruisers. This 36 is no exception, capable of offshore and inland cruising alike, which, with the two turbocharged engines and bow thruster, is achieved with relative ease of handling and a good turn of speed. The boat is helmed from a semi-enclosed flybridge, which has the benefit of creating spacious accommodation below. This accommodation is presented in very good condition, providing comfort and style for owners and guests.
On visiting the boat you are immediately struck by its space, comfort and an open and airy... read more
Waquiez Yachts were often referred to as boutique and it is not difficult to see why from the overall lines and interior fit. Coming from the drawing board of Holman and Pye, it is not surprising that these yachts are reported to be well balanced under sail and suitable for both experienced cruisers and novice sailors alike. The boat's construction and lines reveal her traditional seagoing pedigree, alongside respectable sailing speeds and characteristics. This version is a great opportunity for single handed and or family use. With some limited updating and fettling, this boat will provide... read more
This Sheerwater is a great example of their fast fisher. It features a deep-vee hull design for enhanced performance and stability at sea. The self draining cockpit is well sized for working and fishing and the coachhouse provides a comfortable and tidy area to prepare and enjoy meals, with space to sleep, extending the use of the boat. The whole cabin is carpet lined to a high standard and complemented by the diesel cabin heating, providing a cosy all-year-round boat. The flybridge improves all-round visibility and like the remainder of the boat, the engine is tidy and has been well care... read more
The CAL 36 was designed as a fast ,blue water cruiser/ racer, able to qualify for all the ocean races of the time. These boats rarely become available, have a reputation for ease of handling and were built to last.
When I visited this version I was struck by the often heard phrase, 'they don't build them like they used to'. This boat gives that impression of a generously laid up hull, with neat woodwork throughout the interior. The cockpit is spacious and deep and moving forward was effortless to access the foredeck and anchor locker. There are plenty of halyard winches at the mast, whi... read more