Boats for Sale

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These boats are offered for sale by OGA members. The OGA takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the descriptions and the seller should be contacted directly. Members should log into the website and edit the 'For Sale' section for their boat or contact the Editor, log [at] oga [dot] org [dot] uk for guidance. Boats listed here may also be advertised in the OGA Members' Newsletter, Gaffers Log.

Displaying 37 - 48 boats of 51 total matching current filters.
Built: Portsmouth
25.00 ft Bermudan Sloop
Lying: Harwich

'Marynka' is a traditional wooden Bermudan sailing sloop with two-berth cabin, designed and built by Harry Feltham in 1950 at Portsmouth. Fitted with Yanmar YSE8 diesel engine.
LOD 25' Beam 9' Draft 4' Displacement 4.5t

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Built: Mylor
28.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Naarden

'Ragamuffin' is a Falmouth working boat, oyster dredger, Heard 28, built 1970 by T.R. Heard at Mylor Creek, Cornwall.

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Built: Isle of Man
38.50 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Southampton

‘Harbinger’ is looking for a new custodian. She is a gaff cutter yacht (originally a Manx Nobby fishing boat) now kept in Southampton. 38’6" LOD, 50’ LOA, 11'6” beam with a max draft 5'6”. The deck and interior date from a major refit in the late 1970s to mid 1980s. Deck recaulked and new rudder

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Built: Barrow in
Gaff Cutter
Lying: St Monans

'Fidelity' has been taken out of the water after a sucessful sailing season. She is fully equipped and ready to sail. Happy to help any purchaser with the first set up and sail. Prepared to be a little flexible on price and reduce if all contents are not required. 

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Built: Wivenhoe
20.42 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Brightlingsea

This is your chance to acquire a great family boat. A gaff cutter with a large self-draining cockpit for all the family plus a two berth cabin for the odd night away. Designed and built by Malcolm Goodwin, originally for his own family, Sara is No. 2 in the mini fleet of three.

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Built: Penryn
29.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Wootton Creek

'Maude' is for sale due to 'downsizing'. She is a Tamarisk 29 gaff cutter built by Cygnus Marine in 1981. Cruising rig. New jib and stays’l 2007 Both furling. New mains’l 2008. Tops’l and hanked storm jib

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Built: Portsmouth
18.00 ft Gaff Sloop
Lying: Portsmouth

18' clinker day boat built by Harry Feltham of Portsmouth in 1934. Elm planking on Canadian rock elm timbers. Gunter rigged with spruce spars. In same ownership since 1955 with extensive, documented restorations in mid 1980’s and again in 2003.

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Built: Grimsby
22.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Norfolk

‘Sybella’ is offered for sale as a restoration project. She was built in 1951 by Abernathze and Bakham, designed by Belchambers.

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Built: Arnside
36.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Ipswich

At 36’ on deck, 11’ beam and about 5’ max. draft, 'Peggy' is one of the larger prawners, sleeping five in two cabins plus WC/washroom. Believed to be built around 1910 by Crossfields, Arnside, she worked out of Mayport with fishing no. MT13.

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Built: Fambridge
31.50 ft Gaff Ketch
Lying: Hamble

'Stonechat', privately built by the late Austin Edge, 1976, gaff-rigged ketch with cutter rig. Double ended construction with long moulded keel, ferrocement. LOA 32', LOD 27', Beam 6'5", Draft 6'6"

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Built: Blackwall,
33.83 ft Gaff Ketch
Lying: Leigh on Sea

Built at Blackwall, London, in 1896 and in the same ownership since 1972, this beauty must be sold due to ill health.

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Built: Carshalton
24.00 ft Bermudan Sloop
Lying: Poole

'Swn y Don' is a Yachting World People's Boat, winner of the 1950 YW Magazine design competition and built to a very high standard by John Sant, launched in 1964.

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