Windrush 25

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£45,000

A unique electric cruiser

Built to a John Moxham design with a cathedral hull in sturdy GRP, this boat was built with no expense spared. This is particularly evident in the internal fit out of the cabin area with a decent sized shower […]

The ‘Scandi’ Mayfly 16

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£20,000

A smart Scandi Mayfly 16

Coming soon from Norway an electric Mayfly 16 as new. Built by Creative Marine in 2000 for a private customer in Scandinavia she returns to the UK to find a new owner. This popular open launch has a 36 […]

Oh Vey – a Scoop Plus

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Available to order NEW

An as-new Scoop Plus

Oh Vey is a charming mid grey Scoop Plus with additional locker space, light grey piped cushions, a grab rail for ease of boarding and very few hours on the counter due to the ill health of the owners. […]

The Treehouse

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£12,950

A converted bass fishing boat

An interesting and spacious former sea fishing boat with electric inboard.

Mayfly 21

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From £45,000

An elegant electric or diesel open launch

The Mayfly 21 is the latest model to emerge from this busy Norfolk boatyard where tradition meets modernity. Landamores have been building boats for well over 100 years including the celebrated Oyster sailing yachts. Now concentrating on motor launches […]

Legal Tender – an open clinker launch

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Clinker built launch

Legal Tender was built in Norfolk in the mid nineteen fifties by Landamores. Now electric and for sale complete with trailer and cover

Lacewing – an electrified Gibbs launch

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A charming Venetian style electric launch with small cabin area

Lacewing is an elegant Gibbs launch which has been electrified and would not be out of place in Venice with her domed cabin and comfortable seating.

Vanda Belle – a Frolic 21

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£14,500

A good example of the ever popular Frolic 21

Vanda Belle is a Frolic 21 classic in lovely condition with forward steering

Jemima – a Brooke Empire Launch

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£25,000

A twin cockpit Brooke Empire or Seacar launch

Jemima is one of a few surviving original boats built and launched by John W. Brooke in the early 1900s. Jemima was found in the back of a garage in parts with only the hull intact. Eric Cox took on the project […]