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Yachtsnet's archive of sailing yacht models, with details and photos
 

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Boat type - sail

Length

Hull type

Construction

Achilles 24

Achilles 24

23' 9"

Fin or triple

GRP

Adams 36

Adams 36

36' 0"

Fin & skeg

GRP or wood/epoxy

Albin Motor was founded in Sweden in 1899 as a marine engine manufacturer, and in the 1960s started building small sailing yachts in order to increase the market for their engines. Albin became successful as a boatbuilder, gave up engine production, and over the next 30 years moved on from sailing to power yachts, expanding to include a factory in the USA. Albin went out of business in 2008, but the company has since been re-formed.

Albin Express

Albin Express archive details

25' 6"

Fin

GRP

Albin Ballad

Albin Ballad

29' 11"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Albin Vega

Albin Vega

27' 1"

Fin

GRP

Albin Nova

Albin Nova archive details

32' 4"

Fin

GRP

Aristocat 30

Aristocat 30 archive details

30' 0"

Catamaran

GRP

Atlanta 25

Atlanta 25 archive details

24' 9"

Fin or bilge keel

GRP

Barbican 30

Barbican 30 archive details

29' 6"

Long keel

GRP

Barbican 33

Barbican 33

32' 8"

Fin, C/B or B/K

GRP

Bavaria Yachts was founded in the early 1970s and initially built quite small numbers of small to mid-sized yachts. Most early Bavarias were quite expensive when new, with quality hand-built interiors. As the company expanded the size and range of yachts built increased, and they started to separate out their products into definite ranges - those marked E for "exclusive" remaining better fitted out, with lead keels, whilst the other ranges included S - "Sport" or H - "Holiday " - the latter being built to a lower price and aimed at the charter market. By the mid-1990s Bavaria had given up the early high quality fit-outs, and was firmly into mass production, turning out large numbers of boats at prices other builders were struggling to match. Modern Bavarias may no longer have hand-crafted interiors with lots of solid wood, but the boats are well enough put together to survive the hard life of charter and sailing schools, and offer the private buyer a lot of boat for the money.

Bavaria 30 cruiser

Bavaria 30 cruiser archive details

31' 0"

Fin (3 options)

GRP

Bavaria 32

Bavaria 32

33' 10"

Fin

GRP

Bavaria 38

Bavaria 38 archive details

40' 4"

Fin

GRP

Bavaria 40 Ocean

Bavaria 40 Ocean archive details

41' 11"

Fin

GRP

Bavaria Lagoon 42

Bavaria Lagoon 42

42' 3"

Fin or wing

GRP

Bavaria 44

Bavaria 44

45' 9"

Fin

GRP

Benjamin Bènèteau set up a boatyard in 1884, initially building sailing fishing boats, and moving on to motorised boats as sail gave way to steam. In the 1960s the company, still with family members in control, started building yachts, and became a major producer in Europe. In 1986 Beneteau opened a factory in the USA, and between 1995 and 1997 took over Jeanneau, Lagoon catamarans, and Henri Wauquiez yachtbuilders, though Wauquiez was sold off again a few years later. As well as building yachts, Beneteau have for some time also been producing prefabricated mobile homes - the two production skills being in some ways similar. For about 15 years Beneteau's ranges of sailing yachts have been split into "First" (racing style), "Oceanis" (cruisers), and "Cyclades" (lower cost cruisers for the charter market), to which the innovative "Sense" range of larger cruisers has recently been added.

Bènèteau Evasion 28

Beneteau Evasion 28

28' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Bènèteau First 211

Bčnčteau First 211 archive details

21' 0"

Drop keel

GRP

Bènèteau First 27.7

Beneteau First 27.7 archive details

29' 0"

Lifting bulbed fin

GRP

Bènèteau First 305

Beneteau First 305

30' 8"

Fin or lift keel

GRP

Bènèteau First 31.7

Beneteau First 31.7

31' 8"

Fin

GRP

Bènèteau First 32s5

First 32s5 archive details

32' 5"

Fin or wing

GRP

Bènèteau First 38s5

Beneteau First 38s5

38' 4˝"

Bulbed fin

GRP

Bènèteau Oceanis 311

Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 311

32' 4"

Fin or drop keel

GRP

Bènèteau Oceanis 321

Beneteau Oceanis 321 archive details

32' 7"

Fin

GRP

Bènèteau Oceanis 331

Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 361 archive details

33' 11 "

Fin or drop keel

GRP

Bènèteau Oceanis 361

Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 361 archive details

36' 5"

Fin or drop keel

GRP

Bènèteau First 40.7

Beneteau First 40.7 archive details

39' 4"

Fin

GRP

Bènèteau Oceanis 411

Beneteau Oceanis 411 archive details

41' 8"

Fin

GRP

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Boat type

Length

Hull type

Construction

Breeon

Frans Maas 'Breeon' class

36' 2"

Long keel

Iroko/steel frames

Buchanan Spartan

Buchanan Spartan

24' 0"

Long keel

Wood

Centurion 36

Wauquiez Centurion 36 archive details

35' 9"

Fin

GRP

Challenger 35

Challenger 35

35' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Cheoy Lee 30 ketch

Cheoy Lee 30 ketch

31' 6"

Long keel

GRP

Cobra 750

Cobra 750

25' 0"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Cobra 850

Cobra 850 archive details

28' 6"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Colvic Craft was based in Essex, and was originally known as Ardleigh Laminated Plastics. They were the largest moulder of GRP hulls in the UK from the 1970s to the early 1990s. The hulls were sold in varying stages of completion, to both amateur and professional builders. Many Colvic moulded hulls were sold under other names. Colvic went into liquidation in 1999.

Colvic Sailer 26

Colvic sailer 26

26' 0"

Bilge keel

GRP

Colvic Countess 28

Colvic Countess 28 archive details

28' 0"

Fin or bilge keels

GRP

Colvic Sailer 29

Colvic Sailer 29 archive details

29' 6 "

Fin or bilge

GRP

Colvic Countess 33

Colvic Countess 33 and 35

33' 0"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Colvic Countess 35

Colvic Countess 33 and 35

35' 0"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Comet 770

Comet 770

25' 3"

Fin

GRP

Contessas: Jeremy Rogers set up as a traditional wooden boatbuilder in 1961, and in 1966 built the first Contessa 26 in GRP for the designer, David Sadler. The design became very popular, and the 26 was followed by the Contessa 32. Rogers later built many other sizes of yacht under the Contessa name, but the 26 and 32 were by far the most popular. Jeremy Rogers stopped yachtbuilding for a few years in the 1990s, but now once again builds a very few Contessa 32s to special order.

Contessa 25

Contessa 25 archive details

25' 0"

Fin

GRP

Contessa 26

Contessa 26

25' 6"

Long keel

GRP

Contessa 32

Contessa 32 archive details

32' 0"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Contessa 33

Contessa 33

33' 0"

Fin

GRP

Contest 31

Contest 31 archive details

31' 4"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Cornish Crabber 22

Cornish Crabber 22 archive details

27' 0"

Centreboard

GRP

Cornish Crabber 24 Mks I/II

Cornish Crabber 24 Mk I and Mk II

30' 6"

Centreboard

GRP, ply or composite

Cornish Crabber Pilot Cutter 30

Cornish Crabber Pilot Cutter 30 archive details

39' 0"

Centreboard

GRP

Cutlass 27

Marcon Cutlass 27 archive details

27' 0"

Long keel

GRP

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Deep Seadog

Deep Seadog 30 centre-cockpit ketch

30' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Dehler Duetta 8.6AS

Dehler Duetta 8.6AS

28' 2"

Shallow fin

GRP

Dehler 36CWS

Dehler 36CWS archive details

36' 1"

Fin

GRP

Dockrell 27

Dockrell 27

27' 0"

Long fin

GRP

Michel Dufour started Dufour Yachts in 1964, initially building the small Sylphe design sailing cruiser. In 1968 the Arpege was introduced, and became a major success. By the early 1970s Dufour was the largest yachtbuilder in Europe, though first Beneteau and later Bavaria eventually took over that position. In 1999 Dufour acquired Gib-Sea Yachts, and continued to market them as a separate lower cost range.

Dufour 1800

Dufour 1800

25' 2"

Fin

GRP

Dufour 2800

27' 0"

Shallow fin

GRP

Dufour 30 Classic

Dufour 30 Classic

30' 0"

Fin

GRP

Dufour Arpege

Dufour Arpege archive details

30' 4"

Deep or shallow fin

GRP

Dufour 32 Classic

32' 8"

Fin

GRP

Dufour 39

German Frers designed Dufour 39 from 1980s

38' 5"

Fin

GRP

Ebbtide 33

Ebbtide 33 archive data

33' 0"

Long keel

Steel

Ebbtide 36

Ebbtide 36 archive details

36' 2"

Long keel

Steel

Ecume de Mer

Ecume de Mer

25' 10"

Fin

GRP

Elizabethan 29

Elizabethan 29 archive details

29' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Elizabethan 30

Elizabethan 30

29' 6"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Elizabethan 31 ketch

Elizabethan 31 ketch

31' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Endurance 35/37

Endurance 35 and 37

42' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Ericson 35

Ericson 35 archive details (1990s models)

34' 10"

Fin or wing

GRP

Etap were a large Belgian company with a variety of products, and have been building yachts since 1970. Etaps have always been cleverly engineered, with many custom-made alloy fittings. In 1990 the yacht building division was split off as a separate company, Etap Yachting. In 2008 Etap Yachting was bought by Dehler, but in 2009 Dehler then became insolvent. At present Etaps are no longer being built, but plans are in place to restart production, possibly in Eastern Europe.

Etap 26i

Etap 26i archive details

27' 0"

Fin or tandem

GRP

Etap 30i

Etap 30i archive details

30' 8"

Fin or tandem

GRP

Etap 37S

Etap 37S archive details

36' 11"

Fin or tandem

GRP

Explorer 45

Explorer 45 archive details

45' 3"

Long keel

GRP

Fastnet 34

Fastnet 34 archive details

33' 5"

Fin

GRP

Feeling 326

Feeling 326 archive details

32' 6"

Fin or C/B

GRP

Fisher 30

Fisher 30

30' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Fisher 34

Fisher 34 archive data

34' 4"

Long keel

GRP

Furia 44

Furia 44

43' 10"

Fin

GRP

Gib'Sea was brand name used by the Gibert Marine, which was founded in 1972, initially as a builder of small keelboats. They soon progressed to being a major builder of cruising-orientated yachts. Gib'Seas have always featured simply fitted but very practical interiors, on well built hulls. In the mid 1990s the company was taken over by Dufour, who continued to produce yachts under the Gib'Sea name.

Gib'Sea 76

Gibsea 76 archive details

26' 11"

Fin, bilge or lift keel

GRP

Gib'Sea 282

Gib'Sea 282 archive details

27' 7"

Fin or drop keel

GRP

Gib'Sea 84

Gib'Sea 84 archive details

28' 10"

Fin, bilge or C/B

GRP

Gib'Sea 33

Gibsea 33 archive details

32' 6"

Fin

GRP

Gib'Sea 352

Gib'Sea 352 archive details

34' 7"

Fin

GRP

Giles 38

Giles 38 archive details

38' 4"

Long keel

GRP

Halcyon 27

Halcyon 27 archive details

27' 0"

Long keel

GRP

In 1972 Harry Hallberg and Christoph Rassy merged their boatyard operations to become Hallberg-Rassy, building a long series of quality boats by top designers including Olle Enderlein and Germán Frers. Hallberg-Rassys have always been very expensive new, and for many sailors represent the ideal cruising yacht.

Hallberg-Rassy 312

Hallberg-Rassy 312 archive details

30' 11"

Fin and skeg

GRP

Hallberg-Rassy 31

Hallberg-Rassy 31

31' 7 "

Fin and spade

GRP

Hallberg-Rassy Nab/Rasmus 35

34' 6"

Long fin

GRP

Hallberg-Rassy 352

Hallberg-Rassy 352

34' 9"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Halmatic 8.80 (M/S)

Halmatic 8.80 motor-sailer archive details

28' 4"

Bilge keels

GRP

Halmatic 30

Halmatic 30 archive details

29' 6"

Long keel

GRP

Heard 23

Heard 23 GRP gaff cutter

32' 0"

Long keel

GRP hull

Heard 35

Heard 35 gaff cutter - Falmouth Quay Punt type

48' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Hillyard 8 tonner

30' 0"

Long keel

Pine on oak

Holiday 34

Lavranos-designed South African yacht - Holiday 34

34' 0"

Winged fin

GRP

Holman 26

Holman 26

26' 0"

Long keel

Mahogany/oak

Hummingbird 30

Hummingbird 30 archive details

29' 10"

Fin & skeg

GRP

The British company Hunter Boats was set up in 1969 near Rochford, Essex, initially building keelboats and small cruisers. Sizes of yachts built increased, though the biggest British Hunter to date is the Mystery 35. In 2003 Hunter Boats was taken over by Select Yachts (builders of Cornish Crabbers). In 2008 Select Yachts went into administration, and Lauren Marine took over the Hunter name, and rights to some smaller Hunter models. In 2009 they set up Hunter Boats Ltd again, currently building a limited range of models. A re-formed Cornish Crabbers now builds the Mystery range under a new name of Mystery Yachts.

Hunter Horizon 23/232

Hunter Horizon 23 and 232 archive details

22' 9"

Fin or twin keel

GRP

Hunter Horizon 26

Hunter Horizon 26 archive details

26' 4"

Fin or twin keel

GRP

Hunter Ranger 265

Hunter Ranger 265 archive details

26' 6"

Fin or twin keel

GRP

Hunter Pilot 27

Hunter Pilot 27 archive details

26' 10"

Fin or twin keel

GRP

Hunter Horizon 273

Hunter Legend 340

27' 3"

Fin or twin keel

GRP

The US-based Hunter Marine Corporation evolved from Warren Luhrs boatyard operation, and started building sailing yachts in 1973. Hunter became a large-scale builder, aiming at the lower cost end of the market, and developing a distinctive range of yachts – currently 15 to 50 ft – most with the backstay-less B & R rig. When marketed in the UK, American Hunters were sold as “Hunter Legends” to avoid confusion with the British Hunters. For a time the US Hunter Marine operated a second factory in England, but this has now closed.

Hunter Legend 240

Hunter Legend 240 archive details

24' 1"

Lift keel

GRP

Hunter Legend 340

Hunter Legend 340

33' 6"

Fin

GRP

Hunter Legend 356

Hunter Legend 356 archive details

34' 6"

Fin or bilge keels

GRP

Hurley 24/70

Atlanta 25 archive details

23' 9"

Fin or bilge keel

GRP

Hurley 27

Hurley 27 archive details

27' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Hustler 30

Hustler 30

30' 0"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Hylas 46

Hylas 46 archive details

46' 3"

Fin

GRP

Icelander 43

Icelander 43 cruising cutter

42' 10"

Fin & centreboard

Steel or ply

Invicta 26

Invicta 26

26' 5"

Long keel

GRP

Henri Jeanneau in sold his first boat in Les Herbiers, France in 1957, and by 1960 was producing small GRP motor boats on a production basis. The range expanded to sail in the mid 1960s, and from 1970 to 1990 the company was US-owned, building a wide range of sailing and power yachts in both France and the USA. In 1990 Jeanneau was sold back into French ownership, and in 1995 was bought out by Beneteau, who chose to continue the Jeanneau range as a separate marque, with different styles and construction methods to Beneteaus.

Jeanneau Tonic 23

Jeanneau Tonic 23

23' 11"

Fin or c/board

GRP

Jeanneau Sun 2500

Jeanneau Sun 2500 archive details

24' 6"

Lift keel or fin

GRP

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 30

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 30 archive details

29' 6"

Fin or wing

GRP

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32 archive details

31' 5"

Fin or c/board

GRP

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 34.2

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 34.2 archive details

33' 9"

Fin

GRP

Jeanneau Sunrise 34

Jeanneau Sunrise 34 archive details

34' 7"

Fin

GRP

Jeanneau Sun Charm 39

Sun Charm 39 archive details

39' 4"

Fin

GRP

Jeanneau Sun Fast 39

The Sun Charm 39 was rebranded as the Sun Fast 39 in 1990 - the boats are virtually identical - see above for details and photos

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 51

Sun Odyssey 51 archive details

50' 10"

Fin

GRP

Jouet 920

Jouet 920 archive details

30' 5"

Fin

GRP

Krogen 38

Krogen 38

44' 6"

Twin centreboards

GRP

Kemrock Channel 30 (M/S)

Kemrock Channel 30 motor sailer

30' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Leisure 27

Leisure 27 archive details

27' 0"

Fin or twin keel

GRP

Leisure 29

Leisure 29 archive details

29' 4"

Fin or twin keel

GRP

Limbo 6.6

Limbo 6.6 archive details

22' 3"

Drop keel

GRP

Lion 35

Robb Lion 35 archive details

35' 2"

Long keel

Wood

LM27 motor sailer

LM27 motorsailer

27' 0"

Long keel

GRP

LM30 motor sailer

LM30 motor sailer

30' 8"

Fin or bilge keels

GRP

Lymington 'L' class

Lymington 'L' class archive details

23' 6"

Long keel

Wood

Lynx 29

Lynx 29 archive details

29' 4"

Fin or twin keel

GRP

Macgregor 26C

Macgregor 26C

26' 0"

C/B & water ballast

GRP

Macwester 26

Macwester 26

26' 0"

Bilge keels

GRP

Maxi 1000

35' 0"

Fin

GRP

MG Spring 25

MG Spring 25 archive details

25' 6"

Winged fin

GRP

MGC 27

MGC 27 archive details

27' 5"

Fin or lift keel

GRP

Miller Fifer 33

34' 0"

Full keel

Larch on oak

There has been a Moody boatyard at Swanwick, near Southampton since the 1870s, though it was in the 1930s that Alexander Moody first started to build yachts. Moody was traditionally a high quality wooden yacht builder, moving into GRP hulls in the 1960s. In 1972 Moodys entered into a joint venture with Marine Projects Ltd of Plymouth (now Princess Yachts) to build a range of production GRP boats. For a time in the 1990s some Moodys were also built by Prout - builders of a range of catamarans. The Moody boatyard at Swanwick steadily turned into a sales and service centre for Moody, and a marina operation. In 2007 Moodys was bought by Hanse Yachts of Germany. Production Moodys are generally well built yachts, with a good quality fit-out, though the fitout quality on the lower-priced Prout-built Excel and Elite models is more basic. Under Hanse ownership, Moodys have created two ranges - innovative deck-saloon designs, and a consciously "retro" series of more traditional yachts.

Moody 27

Moody 27 archive details

27' 8"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Moody 28

Moody 28 archive details

27' 6"

Fin

GRP

Moody 29

Moody 29

29' 8"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Moody 30

Moody 30 archive details

30' 0"

Fin

GRP

Moody 31 Mk I

Moody 31 Mk I archive details

30' 9"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Moody 33

33' 0"

Fin

GRP

Moody 333

33' 0"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Moody Eclipse 33 

32' 6"

Fin

GRP

Moody 346 

34' 6"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Moody Halberdier

Moody Halberdier

36' 1"

Long keel

GRP

Moody 36 (1996-2000)

Moody 36 (90s) archive data

36' 9"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Moody 37

Moody 37 archive details

37' 0"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Moody 40 (Primrose design)

Moody 40 (1979-early 80s) - archive details

39' 6"

Fin

GRP

Moody 54

Moody 54 archive data

54' 10"

Fin

GRP

Yachts seen here are no longer for sale - the data is online as a free information service for buyers researching boat types. THE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE COVERED BY COPYRIGHT, AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF YACHTSNET LTD.

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Naja 30

Naja 30 archive details

29' 4"

Fin

Epoxy-ply

Newbridge Pioneer Pilot 26

Pioneer Pilot 26 archive details

25' 10"

Bilge, fin or C/B

GRP

Camper & Nicholson can trace the roots of their company history in Gosport as boat and shipbuilders back to 1782, and throughout most of the 20th century were one of the premier quality builders of cruising and racing yachts. In the 1960s they started building GRP production yachts, with moulding and fitouts largely subcontracted. In the 1990s the company became Crest Nicholson, and moved into housing and marina development, though a few more yachts were built under the Nicholson name until 2005.

Nicholson 27

Nicholson 27 archive details

27' 3"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Nicholson half-tonner

Nicholson half-tonner archive details

30' 0"

Fin

GRP

Nicholson 31

30' 7"

Long keel

GRP

Nicholson 32

Nicholson 32 archive details

32' 0 "

Long keel

GRP

Nicholson 35

Nicholson 35

35' 3"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Northsea 127

Northsea 127 archive details

41' 9"

Long keel

GRP

Ocean 760

Ocean 760 archive details

24' 11"

Centreboard

GRP

O'Day 302

O'Day 302 archive details

29' 7"

Wing keel

GRP

Oysterman 16

Oysterman 16 archive details

22' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Parker Yachts started with racing dinghy building, but took over building the Super Seal lift-keel small yacht design from John Baker in 1983. Parker went on to build series of larger fairly high performance lift-keeler yachts, the largest being the 335. Parker ceased trading in 2009.

Parker 27

Parker 27

27' 0"

Lifting fin

GRP

Parker 275

Parker 275 lift keel yacht

26' 11"

Lifting fin

GRP

Parker 31

Parker 31 archive details

31' 0"

Lifting winged fin

GRP

Parker 325

Parker 325 archive details

33' 6"

Lifting winged fin

GRP

Pegasus 800

Pegasus 800

25' 9"

Fin, bilge or C/B

GRP

Peter Duck

Peter Duck archive details

28' 6"

Long keel

Timber

Prior 30

Prior 30 archive data

30' 0"

Fin and skeg

Timber

Raymond Wall 28

Raymond Wall 28

28' 0"

Long keel

Timber

The Rival range of yachts, from 31 to 41 ft, were all designed by Peter Brett and built by Southen Boatbuilding, though some bare hulls were sold for fit-out. All are distinctively styled and have a very good reputation for seaworthiness.

Rival 32

Rival 32

31' 10"

Fin and skeg

GRP

Rival 34

Rival 34 archive details

34' 0"

Fin and skeg

GRP

Robb Lion 35

Robb Lion 35 archive details

35' 2"

Long keel

Wood

Roberts 34

Roberts 34

33' 6"

Fin and skeg

Various

Roberts 43

43' 0"

Long fin

Steel

Rustlers started with a 31-footer, and for quite a long period this and the 36 were the only Rustlers, essentially bigger Folkboat types. Rustler Yachts now builds a wider range of yachts from 24 to 44 ft, of which the long-running 36 is just one.

Rustler 31

Rustler 31

31' 5"

Long keel

GRP

Rustler 36

Rustler 36

35' 4"

Long fin

GRP

Sabre 27

Marcon Sabre 27

27' 0"

Fin

GRP

Sadler 26

Sadler 26 archive details

25' 9"

Four keel options

GRP

Sadler 29

Sadler 29 archive details

28' 5"

Fin or twin keel

GRP

Sadler 34

Sadler 34 archive data

34' 9"

Three keel options

GRP

Sailfish 25

Sailfish 25

25' 0"

Drop keel

GRP

Saltram Saga 36

Saltram Saga 36 archive details

35' 9"

Long keel

Composite

Sarum 28

Sarum 28 archive details

27' 8"

Bilge keels

Aluminium

Seacracker 33

Seacracker 33

32' 10"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Seadog 30

Seadog 30 long-keel ketch

30' 0"

Triple

GRP

Seal 22

Seal 22 archive details

21' 9"

Lift keel

GRP

Seal 28

Seal 28 archive details

27' 9"

Fin or lift keel

GRP

She 31

She 31

30' 4"

Fin & skeg

GRP

She 36

She 36 cruiser-racer

35' 6"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Shipman 28

Shipman 28

28' 10"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Sigma 292

Sigma 292

29' 0"

Fin

GRP

Sigma 33 / Sigma 33 OOD

Sigma 33 archive details

33' 6"

Fin

GRP

Sigma 35

Sigma 35

35' 3"

Fin

GRP

Sigma 36

Sigma 36 archive details

36' 0"

Fin

GRP

Sigma 362

Sigma 362 archive details

36' 0"

Fin

GRP

Skanner 24

Skanner 24 gaff cutter archive details

27' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Southerly 100

Southerly 100 lift keel yacht

32' 0"

Lift keel

GRP

Southerly 115

Southerly 115

36' 10"

Lift keel

GRP

Sovereign 40

Sovereign 40

40' 0"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Stag 28

Stag 28

28' 0"

Fin or C/B

GRP

Starlight 35

Starlight 35

36' 1"

Fin

GRP

Super Seal 26

Super seal 26 lift keel yachts

26' 0"

Lifting fin

GRP

Sweden Yachts 34 / C34

Sweden Yachts 34 and C34

33' 6"

Fin

GRP

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Tamarisk 19

Tamarisk 19 GRP gaff cutter

19' 0"

Centreboard

GRP

Tamarisk 24

Tamarisk 24 archive details

24' 0"

Long keel

GRP/wood

Trapper 300

Trapper 300 archive details

26' 3"

Fin

GRP

Trapper 500

Trapper 500 archive details

28' 0"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Trapper 700

Trapper 700 archive details

35' 0"

Fin or centreboard

GRP

Trident 24

Marcon Trident 24

24' 0"

Fin or triple keel

GRP

Trintella IIA

Seacracker 33

32' 10"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Tristar 24

Tristar 24 trimaran

24' 0"

Trimaran

Ply/epoxy

Tucker Landamore TL90

Tucker Landamore TL90

30' 0"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Tufglas 33

Seacracker 33

32' 10"

Fin & skeg

GRP

Twister

Twister

28' 3"

Long fin

GRP

UFO 34

UFO 34 cruiser-racer

34' 4"

Fin

GRP

Vancouver 274

Vancouver 274 archive details - Vancouver 27 similar

27' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Vancouver 28

Vancouver 28 archive details

28' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Vancouver 32

Vancouver 32 archive details

32' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Verl 790

Verl 790 - small cruiser-racer

26' 0"

Fin

GRP

Victoria 26

Victoria 26

26' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Victoria 30

Victoria 30

29' 8"

Long keel

GRP

Victoria 34

Victoria 34 archive details

34' 3"

Fin and skeg

GRP

Virgo Voyager

Virgo Voyager

23' 0"

Fin

GRP

Vivacity 24

Vivacity 24

24' 0"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Voyager 30

Voyager 30 archive details

31' 6"

Long keel

GRP

Voyager 35

Voyager 35 long keel pilothouse yacht

35' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Warrior 35

Warrior 35

35' 0"

Long keel

GRP

Wauquiez Centurion 36

Wauquiez Centurion 36 archive details

35' 9"

Fin

GRP

Waterwitch

Yachting Monthly Waterwitch

30' 0"

Long keel

Marine ply

Westerly Yachts was for many years the largest British boatbuilder, starting in 1963 with plywood bilge-keelers, moving on to GRP production in the late 60s. Many of their boats were built in large numbers, most being solidly built family cruisers. The marque survived several company closures and re-starts, until it finally expired in the late 1990s. The name was briefly resurrected in 2008, but only two boats were built. The boats themselves were always good - but the economics of UK boatbuilding, and a failure to follow trends, was probably their downfall.

Westerly Jouster 

Westerly Jouster

21' 0"

Fin or lift keel

GRP

Westerly Pageant 

Westerly Pageant

23' 0"

Fin 

GRP

Westerly GK24 

Westerly GK24

24' 0"

Fin 

GRP

Westerly Tiger 

Westerly Tiger

25' 1"

Fin

GRP

Westerly Centaur 

Westerly Centaur

26' 0"

Bilge keels

GRP

Westerly Pembroke

Westerly Pembroke

26' 0"

Fin

GRP

Westerly Griffon

Westerly Griffon archive details

26' 0"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Westerly Merlin

Westerly Merlin archive details

28' 8"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Westerly Konsort

Westerly Konsort archive data

28' 10"

Fin, bilge or C/B

GRP

Westerly GK29

Westerly GK29 archive details

29' 0"

Fin

GRP

Westerly Longbow

Westerly Longbow

31' 0"

Fin

GRP

Westerly Fulmar

Westerly Fulmar archive details

31' 10"

Fin, bilge or C/B

GRP

Westerly Pentland

Westerly Pentland

32' 6"

Bilge keels

GRP

Westerly Renown

Westerly Renown

32' 6"

Fin

GRP

Westerly 33 ketch

Westerly 33 ketch archive data

33' 3"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Westerly Discus

Westerly Discus archive details

33' 3"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Westerly Falcon 34

Westerly Falcon 34 archive details

33' 8"

Fin

GRP

Westerly Vulcan

Westerly Vulcan archive data

34' 0"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Westerly Seahawk

Westerly Seahawk

34' 7"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Westerly Oceandream

Westerly Oceandream

34' 7"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Westerly Oceanquest

Westerly Oceanquest

34' 7"

Fin or bilge

GRP

Westerly Corsair

Westerly Corsair archive details

35' 8"

Fin

GRP

Westerly Conway

Westerly Conway archive data

35' 9"

Fin

GRP

Westerly Galway, Medway & Solway are variants of the Conway hull - see Conway above

Westerly Typhoon

Westerly Typhoon

37' 4"

Fin

GRP

Westerly Oceanranger

Westerly Oceanranger

38' 0"

Fin

GRP

Wing 25

Wing 25 archive details

25' 0"

Long keel

GRP

X-402

X-402 archive details

39' 7"

Fin

GRP

YM Waterwitch

Yachting Monthly Waterwitch

30' 0"

Long keel

Marine ply

'Z' 4-tonner

Harrison Butler 'Z' 4-tonner -

21' 9"

Long keel

Larch on oak

Yachts seen here are no longer for sale - the data is online as a free information service for buyers researching boat types. THE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE COVERED BY COPYRIGHT, AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF YACHTSNET LTD.

Go to our brokerage section for boats currently for sale

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