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Classic boats for sale grouped by type - Sailing Ship
USD 3,450,000This is a working 200' LOA Class "A" Tall Ship, Canadian-Certified to carry 275 passengers and 25 crew. Built in 1943 for the British Admiralty, this vessel has enjoyed a long and illustrious history. Today she is a fully operational, professionally maintained excursion vessel in excellent condition, absolutely turn-key and seriously for sale. Engines Total Power: 400 Tanks Fuel: 5600 Accommodations Canadian-Certified to carry 275 passengers and 25 crew. Two below-deck
EUR 750,000Steel built Day-Passengers ship, named ''ZEELAND''. Originaly built as a freighter in 1904 in Capelle aan de IJssel-The Netherlands, rebuilt in 2005 by shipyard Poppen in Zwartsluis-The Netherlands. Dimensions approx. 42,00(39,43) x 8,50 x 1,35 m., displacement approx. 500 tonnes. Steel built hull, partly riveted, new headsection, 4x watertightsections, steel decks, steel superstructures, mahogany ''day-lights'', double glazed windows with inside heating system, capacity fueltank approx. 8.000 l
EUR 250,000TRADITIONAL GREEK LIBERTY (REF. NO.: 0417G) BUILDERS : Kavala Shipyard - Greece YEAR BUILT : 1983 (GENERAL REBUILT IN 2000) CONSTRUCTION : Wood FLAG : Greek (Commercial Greek ship) LENGTH OVERALL : 29.00m REGISTER LENGTH : 26.00m BEAM : 07.00m DRAFT : 02.50m GROSS TONNAGE : 90.27m NET TONNAGE : 56.51m ENGINES : 2 x 290hp CATERPILLAR CRUISING SPEED : 10 knots MAXIMUM SPEED : 12 knots FUEL CAPACITY : 5.000 lt WATER CAPACITY : 3.000 lt WATER MAKER :
USD 3,500,000203' x 30' x 13' Steel "Tall Ship" Passenger Vessel Canada's largest sailing ship 275 passengers & maximum of 25 crew Originally built in 1943 in UK as one of 6 Empire Class ocean salvage tugs Rebuilt in 1982 as a sailing ship Canadian Registry Displacement: 740 tons Gross tons: 338 tons Net tons: 120 tons Three masts 116' high Sailing Rig: Tern Schooner 11,000 square feet of sail New set of 10 dacron sails plus other used sails Auxillary power: 3406E Caterpillar Diesel engine c/w Twin Disc MG51
USD 2,200,000This famous Brigantine was the star of the BBC television series, "The Onedin Line" and is at present a successful charter business offering cruises and sailing adventure in the Southern Pacific. She is offered For Sale with or without the charter busienss and company website. Comprehensively equipped for extended voyages offshore, there is accommodation for 36 persons aboard. She is also licensed for over 90 day passengers. Check the Full Specs for her history, equipment and inv
EUR 525,000'Marie Galante' Gaff Schooner, Sea going Charter ship, by. 1915, converted 1981/89. dim. 27,28 x 6.54 x 2.60m. 18 pax night/36 day. New Doosan 285 HP. Fully GMDSS equipped. Nice 'ship' interior, separate accommodation for crew. Recent sails. Take over bookings possible.
EUR 1,200,000The "Rosalind" is a hundred years old, yet she is at the height of her splendour, thanks to the advances of naval cybernetics, having recovered her original rigging after several previous transformations. The Rosalind has now been a treasured part of the Godó family patrimony for more than 50 years. This yawl, first launched in 1904, was designed by the architect H. T. Stow for her first owner, Charles Hellyer, and built by Stow & Son in Shoreham ( England ). We know she had a twin sister launc
GBP 375,000Jean de la Lune was the centre of a highly successful charter business and was a regular competitor in the Tall Ships Races. Built in 1957 in Brittany, of Oak planks on Oak frames, she has undergone a complete rebuild and has been maintained and refitted to the highest standards throughout. The ship is fully certificated for Sail Training purposes in Cat 0 waters as defined by the Code of Practice for Small Commercial Vessels.
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