For sale at our wayford Marine site on the Norflok Broads.
This beautiful 30 ft. traditional woode broads cruiser was built by Loynes in 1966 and was re-varnished and painted earlier this year.
She is powered by a BMC 1.8 diesel engine.
She features a gas cooker, fridge and hot water via a calorifier.
Ther is shore power as well as a 1000W inverter , which can power the 240v TV.
There are four berths and the toilet empties into a holding tank.
The current Boat Safety Certificate expires in 2020, but she can be sold with a ner one. The Broads Toll expires March 31st 2020.
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Seamaster 17 Day Boat, powered by a twin cylinder Vetus diesel inboard engine.
Recently painted and anti fouled.
Current Boat Safety Certificate
Trailer not included in the sale... read more
This rare boat needs a total ground up restoration, but with her lovely lines and rarity she must be worth saving.
She was originally a twin, but there is now only one of her Perkins 4107s remaining (condition unknown). She still has two outdrives (condition unknown).
NOTE the asking price includes six months storage at our site... read more
This is a lovely example of the classic and ever popular Freeman Mk2, powered by a Ford Watermotor petrol engine and still with the original gel coat.
At 22ft and with shaft drive she is easy to handle and is an ideal starter boat.
Her removable windscreen means she can pass through all the Broadland Bridges.
She is equipped with a cooker and sink with pressurised water system along with a Portapotti type chemical toilet in a separate compartment.
Boat Safety Certificate until 2022
Broads toll paid until March 2020... read more
The Hardy Navigator is a sturdy and popular little boat, ideal for weekend trips.
This model has a twin cylinder inboard Volvo Petrol engine.
It has a basin with pressurised water system and gas hob.
There is also a Portapotti type chemical toilet.
Boat Safety Certificate expires in 2022 and the Broads toll in March 2020... read more
Regal Ambassador 255 XL, powered by a 260hp Mercruiser V8 petrol engine.
Bills for over £3,000 on drive train, including engine and outdrive service, new starter motor, carburettor and distributor.
Two berths in saloon and two in the mid cabin.
Sea toilet in separate compartment
Boat Safety Certificate expires 2021... read more
The Hagg 36 is a rare and interesting boat. It wa designed by Arthur Hagg (an aircraft designer who worked for de Havilland), this one being built in 1963 and named "Gay Hunter".
She is essentially sound but will need o lot of work to finish (see pictures) although a restoration was started about 10 years ago which included a new bottom. She is constructed from marine ply and would be epoxy coated.
Although originally a twin, she currently has no engines, so there are several options to consider ( back to twin diesels for sea work, maybe electric, or perhaps a pair of outboards... read more
|Length:|| 36' 10"|