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'Judith R' 57' Commuter Yacht
  • 'Judith R' 57' Commuter Yacht
  • Built as a commuter yacht by Robinson Marie on Lake Michigan in 1935, Judith R has spent much of her life steeped in Glamour.

    Originally commissioned by movie impresario Barney Balaban in 1935, who a year later became president of Paramount Pictures, ‘Judith R’ underwent a 12 year restoration at Wooten’s Boatyard and was relaunched in 2015. Since then the owners have spent their time sailing both the tidal and non-tidal reaches of the River Thames with a memorable trip sailing through London and through the Thames Barrier where she was able to let her 1450 hp free and get up to top speed.

    Full inventory on request

    Boat Safety Scheme Certificate September 2023

    Full accounts of restoration available

    A true one off never to be repeated
  • Category: Motor Boats, Classic
    Country: England
  • £ 1,250,000.00
Wennonah 30ft Andrews Slipper Launch
  • Wennonah 30ft Andrews Slipper Launch
  • Beautiful 30 ft Andrews Slipper Launch built 1938

    In the same ownership since 1995, ‘Wenonah’ underwent restoration in the late 1990’s by Woottens Boat Yard and was maintained by them until 2017. During this time she won the Andrews Trophy in the 2001 Thames Traditional Boat Rally.

    In 2017 her decks were sanded and varnished by Mark Stanley of Stanley and Thomas, Windsor and in 2018 the hull below the waterline was sanded back to bare wood, primed and re caulked by Henwood and Dean Boat Builders.

    Recent engine work carried out by Solo Marine included a full service and work on the ignition system of the original engine.

    Currently available for viewing at our under cover facility outside of Marlow, Buckinghamshire, ‘Wenonah’ offers the new owner a step aboard option in to classic boat ownership.
  • Category: Motor Boats, Classic
    Length: 30 ft
    Country: England
  • £ 44,950.00
'Skua' Runabout £ 6,990.00
'Skua' Runabout
  • 'Skua' Runabout
  • ‘Suka’ has been under the care of the same family since the 1950’s, purchased by the current owners father, before he was born. During this time she has been kept in a purpose built store on her own trailer designed for float on and off launching.

    Currently powered by a Reliant Robin 850 cc petrol engine, her construction is carvel built Mahogany sides on Oak frames and timbers with Mahogany decks. Below the waterline is solid Maranti.

    Length 15 .5 ft

    Beam 4 ft

    Draught 1.5 ft
  • Category: Small Boats, Runabout
    Length: 15.5 ft
    Country: England
  • £ 6,990.00
'Phoenix' £ 31,000.00
  • 'Phoenix'
  • L.O.A. 24′ 6″. Beam 6’5″. Draught 1’10”. Air draught circa 5′

    “Phoenix” was built by the Marine Division of Saunders Roe, in 1934, as a high speed tender to a 1929, Camper & Nicholson’s 178′ Gentleman’s Motor Yacht, “Vita”, which was built for the aviation pioneer “Tommy” Sopwith.

    “Phoenix” was restored and professionally rebuilt in the 1990s, faithfully replicating the methods and quality of the original construction. She was kept until 2015, when she was bought by the present owner, when, at significant expense she was comprehensively refurbished and upgraded by Stanley & Thomas. All invoices available for inspection.

    Since 2015, “Phoenix” has been wholly maintained by Stanley and Thomas.

    Many of “Phoenix’s” original features remain. Her quality instrumentation includes, both speed and depth gauges.

    Her full inventory includes touring awnings to both the front and the rear cockpits and two custom built all over cover: heavy weight for winter use and lightweight for summer.

    “Phoenix” is in excellent structural and cosmetic condition. A full marine survey is invited.
  • Category: Motor Boats, Classic
    Country: England
  • £ 31,000.00
'Lillian' Double skiff
  • 'Lillian' Double skiff
  • 25′ Thames Double Skiff built by Dowling & Ashley of Pangbourne in 1909

    Renovated in 1996 by John Cox and Mark Stanley, ‘Lillian’ has 2 pairs of J.Sutton oars, Cox’s seat with cane back and sides and an additional bow seat.

    De Graaff trailer included

    Owners Note: Light and fast in the water with a fine hull design
  • Category: Small Boats, Canoe
    Length: 25 ft
    Country: England
  • £ 5,600.00
‘Liberty Belle’ £ 33,350.00
  ‘Liberty Belle’
  • ‘Liberty Belle’
  • Built between October 2017 and February 2019, ‘Liberty Belle’ was built by experienced amateur boatbuilder Richard Pease of Stowmarket who has an impressive back catalogue, having built two clinker motor launches and a strip plank motor launch since 2012.

    Using the plans by USA naval architect Nelson Zimmer, of the 1924 Palm Beach 22, ‘Liberty Belle’ is a 20′ replica built and finished to a stunning standard, with 14mm solid Red Meranti planks on the topsides.This beautifully presented boat has been equipped with a Yanmar 4JH3-DTE marine engine, reconditioned by French Marine Motors Ltd who then carried out engine inspection during the sea trials on launch.

    The owner assures us that, to the best of his knowledge, these particulars are correct, but we, not necessarily having inspected this vessel, cannot guarantee this accuracy. The craft offered subject to being unsold. we recommend that any potential purchaser check the above information and the condition of the craft, or commission a qualified surveyor to do this
  • Category: Motor Boats, Day cruiser
    Built: 2019
    Length: 20 ft
    Country: England
  • £ 33,350.00
'Fraeya' £ 24,900.00
  • 'Fraeya'
  • Believed to have begun her life in the Broom hire fleet, ‘Fraeya’ has been on the broads all her life and came in to private ownership in the 1980’s. Built in 1953 by Broom of Brundall, she is of Mahogany on Oak construction with Volvo Penta MD2B diesel engine.

    Single cabin with separate WC, gas fired heater, 12 volt electrical system with 240v shore power sockets throughout.

    Recent works include replacing the carpet in the cabin and the vinyl in the cockpit area with the metal banding re chromed January 2020 with anti fouling and paint to hull in July 2019. Boat Safety Scheme Certificate until August 2023.

    Currently lying Ferry Marina, Norfolk.
  • Category: Motor Boats, Cabin Cruisers
    Built: 1953
    Length: 7.42 m
    Country: England
  • £ 24,900.00
‘Angellica Belle’ £ 24,950.00
‘Angellica Belle’
  • ‘Angellica Belle’
  • 1960 Cruiser built at Richmond Boat Yard

    Delightful 26′ Thames launch with 4 berths. Wheelhouse replaced 2016 with propulsion provided by a Vetus diesel engine last serviced March 2020.

    Boat Safety Certificate expires May 2022.

    Available for viewing at Windsor, Berkshire.
  • Category: Motor Boats, Cabin Cruisers
    Built: 1960
    Length: 26 ft
    Country: England
  • £ 24,950.00
'Perrapin' £ 45,000.00
  • 'Perrapin'
  • 1968 Broom ‘Commander’ Class Broads Cruiser By C J Broom & Sons, Brundall, Norfolk.

    Length 38′, Beam 10’6″, Draught 2’9″

    Mahogany and Iroka on Oak construction and a full hull overhaul in 2015-17.

    BMC Thorneycroft 2.5 ltr, 4 cyl Diesel engine from 1978

    Stainless Steel sink with draining board, Engle electric fridge, 2 burner gas hob and cooker.

    Sleeps 6.

    Diesel fired heating

    Boat safety April 2022

    A much loved family boat, viewings by appointment only at Windsor
  • Category: Motor Boats, Cabin Cruisers
    Built: 1968
    Length: 38 ft
    Country: England
  • £ 45,000.00
'Natsumi' 25ft Andrews Slipper Launch
  • 'Natsumi' 25ft Andrews Slipper Launch
  • 25' Andrews Slipper Launch build no. 444 in 1961 by Andrews of Bourne End.   

    Natsumi is Mahogany on Oak Construction with Mahogany internal joinery.  She has her original Morris Vedette 950cc, 35bhp engines which were serviced in 2015.  Newly painted and varnished in 2016 by Stanley and Thomas boatbuilders. 

    Natsumi is available for immediate viewing in Windsor, Buckinghamshire. 
  • Category: Motor Boats, Day cruiser
    Built: 1961
    Length: 25 ft
    Country: England
  • £ 21,000.00
'Brave Molly' 28ft Everyman
  • 'Brave Molly' 28ft Everyman
  • “Brave Molly” was built in 1948 at Littlehampton, Sussex by ARC Marine and Co. Ltd. She was one of the numerous and successful “Everyman” 28 foot (nominal) class of coastal and estuary motor cruisers with a minimal motor sailing rig.

    The class were constructed on the lines of Board of Trade 28-foot motor lifeboats with a round bilge hull. She is of carvel construction, mahogany on English oak timbers and mahogany superstructure with deck beams, carlines and decks of Columbian pine. All her fastenings were either of copper or brass. Her dimensions are 29’ 2’’ x 8’11’’: and draught of 3’3” hence the previous reference to nominal dimensions.

    “Brave Molly” is one of two ARC Marine Everyman cruisers known to be on the non-tidal River Thames and there is a large photographic history with photographs of other Everyman boats with copies of original marketing brochures etc. as well as her original blue print ARC Marine line drawings, plus various articles on the boat’s class published in “The Motor Boat and Yachting” of January 1947 and December 1950.

    First registered in 1949 as “Jumbuck” it is believed that her name was changed during a very major, expensive, yet sympathetic to the original design, reconstruction at Poole between 1992/1996 to both the hull and superstructure, which included a new Lister diesel engine with new services. Brave Molly is registered under Register of British Shipping Part 111 SSR 67403.

    “Brave Molly” moved to the River Thames from Poole Harbour in 2000, the first time it is believed that she had ever been moored in fresh water. Stanley Thomas undertook all the works necessary for obtaining her Boat Safety Certificate and in addition fitted electric pumps to all fresh water services and a hot water calorifier with 240v immersion heater.

    Laying afloat in Windsor for immediate viewing
  • Category: Motor Boats
    Built: 1949
    Length: 28 ft
    Country: England
  • £ 34,750.00
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