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Fancy a long distance cruiser with lifting keel? or a yacht for racing?

3 August 2018

 

A boat new to the market is the Allures 39.9 with a lifting keel.  She was built in 2014 for her current owner.  The sailing verdict tells you she goes like a train anywhere from 40 degrees off the apparent wind, is impressively agile and easy to sail single handed. Her shallow draft with keel up enables you to moor her on a beach, which is perfect for family cruising or long distance cruising.  

If you want something bigger or an ocean goer.......

This Robert Clark 72 ketch will take you anywhere you wish in comfort and safety, she looks a million dollars and is in exceptional condition throughout, with many new investments.  She is currently lying south of Barcelona and at this price should be checked out if you are looking for an ocean going large yacht. 

Or a performance cruiser for racing..... 

 Corby 33 designed by John Corby and built in 2007 for her current owners. In outstanding condition, she has been maintained from new by a boatswain. Optimised regularly, the sails, rigging and running rigging are replaced on a schedule to ensure there are no failures while sailing.

She comes with a large North sail loft, all up to date and in tip top condition.

 Built in 2001 by Seaquest Yachts, the Prima 38 is a great performance cruiser. Designed by Stephen Jones, the Prima 38 will excel on the race course one day and provide a stable and comfortable family cruiser the next. 'Stan' is an extremely well presented Prima 38, with a brand new (2018) Yanmar Engine (only 1 hour on the clock). First class maintenance and updates with a new array of Navigational items including a large Chartplotter and new VHF from Garmin. 

The Prima 38 was built with a carbon mast and rod rigging, this gives an excellent righting moment and great performance.

Please contact us for more details. 

 
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