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MJLewis Boatsales Ltd
MJLewis Boatsales Ltd
Downs Road Boatyard, 19A Downs Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5HG, UK
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Hillyard 2.5t, with road trailer,1951.Carmen has undergone considerable restoration in her present ownership, albeit around 2010, the last survey was made of her, in the main this has been mainly cosmetic. She has been languishing in a dry Barn for several years, so need attention before she is recommissioned. Work is required to get the vessel into good condition. New systems & rigging to be installed. She does have her own road trailer and a full inventory of gear & sails. She has recently been moved to the Fave... read more
15ft Classic 3/4 deck, Clinker Open Day Boat, 196415ft Open dayboat, built in the late 1950's. A 3/4 decked, Clinker displacement hull of varnished Mahogany, She has, had much of her planking replaced. As a retirement project, she languished in a boat shed for a couple plus years. She carries a Gaff rig, white sails. Requires commissioning, sitting under a tarpaulin ashore.... read more
16ft Carvel Ship's tender, wooden sailing dinghy, 1900A 16ft carvel planked wooden open boat, the hull was fully restored in 2000. New spars, sails, and centreboard were added 2019, rigged out as a Gaffer. The vessel is estimated to have been built around 1900. She has been set up for racing, a full inventory of racing gear is included with a launching trolley with Bronze bearings (wont corrode being immersed in salt). Sails against the Sailing Brigs of West Mersea carries sail number WM 99.... read more
25ft Beneteau First 25,1981An early model of these popular GRP sail cruisers. Easy to handle, a stable first sail boat yet very capable, good for for coastal waters. Auxiliary power, outboard in well, 10hp Tohatsu. Roomy interior, offering 5 berths in 2 cabins. She requires some cosmetic attention, otherwise in the water, tidy and good to go.... read more
19ft Cape Cutter, 2003, GRP Gaffer with Road Trailer.A very capable GRP coastal cruiser, offers the combination of a cutter rig with a lifting keel. Two owners only, from new. Present owner since 2011. He sailed her single handed on all of the Essex and Suffolk rivers. She was the overall winner of the 2019 East Coast Old Gaffers Race and has won many other local trophies. He has carried out several improvements on her including copper-coating the underwater hull, upgrading the deck hardware, blocks and rigging, and fitted navigation lights. ... read more
SCOD, South Coast One Design, 1964SCOD, a simple, yet practical, unadulterated Classic Racer / cruiser, Bermudan Sloop rig. He relatively deep long keel means she copes well with heavy seas . Her simple Traditional rig, makes her easy to handle single handed. She has a full service history for the last 28 years in her present ownership. Standing rigging has been renewed, and the mast has been rebuilt, a laminated hollow spar. Keel bolts have been drawn to keep a check , Planking re caulked and re painted, re antifouled. Engin... read more
28ft Gaff Cutter, wooden 1895 ex Lugger 28ft wooden Smack Yacht, bought as an open boat from Portsmouth,1985. REDUCED to £12,500 Testers Boatyard, Hollowshore, Kent, sold her on, as a "restoration project" to her present owner in 1986. Originally, she was a twin masted Lugger, built circa 1895. It was decided that she would be re rigged to carry a Gaff Rig, A new rig was made, new spars and sails, and an engine was installed, The Boatyard built her a deck and a simple coach roof over a cabin. The restoration w... read more
24m Converted Steel Lighter Barge24m Steel lighter hull, Beam 5.4m, Draft 2ft 6inch. Converted in 1987 used for 20years as a youth hostel for adventure holidays, offering accommodation for 16 young persons with 8 x twin single cabins and 2 x communal shower rooms, a laundry, 2 x large water tanks and stores racking, all found below decks. On the deck level there's a large training room/ lounge/ club room/dining room. A full size commercial galley. A large Reception, Heads facility (chemical toilet). A flat roof terr... read more
28ft East Anglian mk1, Buchannan, Cyril White 1959 Cirrus is an East Anglian Mk 1, designed by Alan Buchanan, built by T.C.White of Brightlingsea in 1959. A carvel wooden single displacement hull with self draining open, aft cockpit. Hull of Mahogany planking on Oak frames, superstructure of Teak . An interior of Teak and Mahogany. Much of the vessel including her mast and boom are original. June 2024 - She is a very well presented, a Classic Yacht, "Ready to Go", in the water after her annual refit, in commission, engine serviced.... read more
6.60m Guy Couach motor cruiser GRPA Pleasure /Fishing GRP motor vessel, ideal for coastal and river cruising. July 2024 , re launched after "works" carried out on her transom. She has been well looked after and maintained. 2018 Nanni, diesel engine,130hp, 2005 underwent a major over haul. 2018 -2020 The vessel spent time out of the water being refitted and refurbished. : Works included. The electrical systems checked, all instruments were linked together , internal lightbulbs all converted to LED's. a ne... read more
82ft Thames Sailing Barge, wooden, 1895A National Historic vessel, Kitty is a fully working sailing, Charter vessel (exemption certification required re validating Nov 23) . Potential liveaboard vessel. She is 82ft long with a 22ft beam. Fully kitted out for as a rather unique venue for a business meetings, Family Parties, Corporate entertainment or just for pleasure of a sail aboard one of these magnificent ex " Work Horses". Built in 1895 by J & H Cann of Harwich. She held a passenger licence for up to 43 guest... read more
26ft Bermudan Sloop, Mystere Flyer, fin keel  "Quality Street" is a one off and something rather special. She was totally stripped out of all her original outdated interior, the two moulds of the hull and the deck were re fastened and re sealed. All new gear, fixtures and fittings were installed. A new engine was installed. The work was carried out between 2001 -2002. GRP, fin keel. A fractional sloop rig. Stood ashore for 3 years, untouched. Owner unable, due to health reasons to use or work on the vessel. REDUCED FOR QU... read more
Oystercatcher 16, GRP Gaff Cutter with Aux 1997A very authentic gaff cutter, well built in GRP and finished to a high standard. Found to be easy to handle boa, and a delight to sail, All her lines lead back to the cockpit, ideal for single handed sailing. The accommodation is quite roomy for a vessel of this size. Displacement of 1.25 tons, to be sold with her mobile yard cradle. A trailer able pocket cruiser. A Yanmar 1GM 10 inboard diesel engine. This is a well-presented yacht at an attractive price. Well maintained and looked after.... read more
24ft Tamerisk, GRP Gaff Cutter, new engine, totally restored 2023 A prime example of these robust little Traditional GRP Gaff cutters. This example has undergone a massive refit which has taken two and half years. All the "Works" carried out by Alan Staley, a Wooden Boatbuilder of Faversham, Kent. ----- She was purchased in a very poor condition in 2020, as a Retirement project, sadly, due to progressive health reasons her present owner is unable to complete his project and will never take her sailing. She must be SOLD, Asking price RE... read more
18ft Sea Otter David Moss, Gaff yawl, inboard and Road Trailer18ft Sea Otter, a double ended,gaff yawl built by Master Boatbuilders, David Moss of Skippool River Wyre, Lancashire. A wooden stripped plank hull, raised fore-deck version. An open aft self draining cockpit. Wooden washboards in her companionway. She has an encapsulated lead ballast keel with a steel lifting centreboard, when lowered gives her a 3ft 4ins draft. Built and designed with the utmost attention, all of her fixtures and fittings have a specific use and purpose. She carries a Gaff Ri... read more
46ft Ferro Cement Bermudan Yawl, 2003. This Ferrocement vessel has a circumnavigation under her belt and has clearly proved to be capable as an ocean going, passage making yacht. She has a very generous accommodation, headroom throughout over 6ft 2ins. and she's 12ft on the beam amidships. Professionally fitted out substantial furniture and fittings. She has been in her present ownership since 2012. She is now too much for him to keep up with her general maintenance and has found her too heavy to handle on his own, he has us... read more
Thames Sailing Barge with Charter Business, Sailing Barge Victor is a majestic, traditionally rigged 19th century sailing vessel with comfortable, facilities for guests. She has a wooden hull, flatbottomed with leeboards and a Traditional Spritsail rig. She is kept fully certified and surveyed for use as a passenger charter vessel. She is to be sold along with her successful charter business, the online booking system, the Wifi facility, card reader and the generous support of ABP Ports, Ipswich for her continued mooring and services. ... read more
80ft Thames Sailing Barge, an Historic wooden vessel, rebuilt.A 80ft engineless, wooden Thames Sailing Barge, 1881. Registered in Rochester, Kent. 1882. Built for carrying a cargo of bricks from Medway to the Thames. She crossed the Channel over to France and Holland, around the coast as far south as Southampton and Devonport. Re surveyed in dry dock June 2022, all was found to be in good order. She was at this time re-antifouled. George Smeed has been completely rebuilt / restored over last 30 plus years. The present restoration was started back in 1... read more
16ft Salcombe Yawl, Wooden day sailer, 1982A Salcombe Yawl, an open wooden varnished sailing dinghy, in good restored condition. Number:129 on the Register of the Salcombe Yawl Owners Association. She has a Teak laid decks, Teak grating and sole boards. She is fully equipped with a single axle road trailer, which has been overhauled. bearing / tyres etc. A very attractive and cherished day sailer with a detachable cuddy/ hood, making her rather unique, yet she remains eligible for Class racing. Several years ago, Shipwright, Fabian... read more
26.5m Steel Thames Sailing Barge,1926Xylonite: has been laid up for a year or so, through Covid times in West Dock London. An 87ft Steel and Iron hulled Thames Sailing Barge with Bowsprit. Built in 1926 by F.W. Horlocks of Mistley, Suffolk. She has been kept in sailing condition, and has until recently retained an Exemption Certificate, for carrying up to 12 Guests, when sailing. A rather special barge, in all her various guises throughout her life: a Cargo carrying Trading ship, owned by the same family from new in 1926 ... read more
40ft Semi Traditional Stern Cruiser, 1936 This Barge was originally built in 1936, as a 70ft long Butty. A steel rivetted hull which was "cut and shut" and made into two narrow boats for the Waterways Holiday Business in the 1950's. She then became a Waterway's workboat, hence her colour scheme and their Draughtsmen used her as a mobile drawing office. Original Lister engine in its own engine bay aft. She went through another conversion for use in the leisure market again. She offers a clean simple accommoda... read more
Memory 19 GRP, Gaff Sloop with Road Trailer, 1980Memory 19 built 1980. Moulded GRP with lifting centreplate, inboard engine installed in 2021, Traditional Gaff Sloop rig. Open cockpit, forward cuddy cabin, new standing rigging. Found in a fair condition requiring some re-painting and re-antifouling. Sitting ashore at home, on her unbraked twin axle road trailer under a cockpit canvas cover.... read more
28ft Colvic Countess 28, GRP Bilge Keel Cruiser,1982Colvic Countess 28 OFFER PRICE £10,950 A generously sized GRP cruising yacht, with a beam of 10ft 2ins. Twin bilge keels. A large self draining open aft cockpit. Beta Marine inboard diesel engine. In present ownership for the last 10years. Bermudan Sloop furling headsail and a fully packed Main sail. Last surveyed May 2019. A tidy well presented vessel, she a few minor issues to be attended too/ cosmetic defects, much to be expected for her age. She is due to come out of the water... read more
40m Belgian Spitz Motor Barge, 1956REDUCED TO £55,000 Martine is a 40m Belgian Spitz motor river barge, built in 1956. Constructed of rivetted and welded steel, hull, decks, crew accommodation aft, the wheel house alone is constructed of wood and glass. She was bought straight from trade. The huge hold area has a headroom of over 2m. It is covered with removed able aluminium hatch covers. The hold is currently being used as a wood store, partial filled with ton bags of ballast too. She has been sitting on the present... read more
7m motor sailer, Vinga Marin,GRP, 1974A very versatile compact GRP Motor Sailor, recently refurbished, undergone an amount of modifications during a lengthy refit during 2023- to date. She carries a masthead Bermudan rig, Alloy mast (deck stepped and boom.) There is accommodation 2-4 persons. A Fore cabin/ saloon. A semi covered cockpit/ helm and an aft cabin which has two full length single berths. Vessel has been re- engined with a Yanmar 3cylinder, fully serviced March 2024 , its sited in the semi open cockpit amidships ... read more
30ft Classic Bermudan Cutter 1937, RestoredA Bermudan Cutter built by Brook Motorcraft Company of Lowestoft (later to become Brook Marine in 1937).Designed by W W Downing for Mr Hamish Nichol FRCS . This vessel has been a pet project at the home of a retired cabinet maker. The restoration is complete, except for getting her to the water stepping the mast and bending on the sails. Then she would be good to Go. Hull is Carvel planked pitch pine on grown oak frames and American elm ribs with Burmese teak fore, aft and side decks, in g... read more
25ft Teak Bermudan Sloop, Dalimore, 1950 25ft , 4T, Teak Bermudan sloop, commissioned and built in 1950 to a Norman.E. Dalimore design (No:310), she is very original in her fit out. A reconditioned Yanmar GM10 diesel engine was installed in her in 2018. She has a long keel and a slight draft of just 3ft which extends to nearly 6ft with the centreboard board lowered. Open aft cockpit. A real classic, in good order.... read more
26ft Classic Canoe Yacht, J Pain Clark design,1902.A very attractive Classic dayboat. Built 1902 to a J Pain Clark design. A Gaff Sloop with a Traditional rig, blocks and tackle. Small outboard engine, used off the side deck. The fixed bowsprit gives her LOA 29ft. She has been well maintained and restored by her owner and the Boatyard themselves. She is in good order. Stands on her own Galvanised cradle when ashore. Ashore each Winter, now refitted and due to be relaunched, May 2023 onto her swinging Summer mooring on the River Orwell.... read more
15ft 6ins Gaffers & Luggers, Picarooner GRP GafferIsadora is an Early, 85% fully restored, example of a Gaffers & Luggers, Clovelly, built by Martin Heard of Tregatreath Yacht Yard in Mylor, Cornwall, 1992 The Picarooner is a sturdy, well-built, sea-worthy 16ft gaff rig sailing dayboat, based on the old lug rigged wooden fishing boats, which sailed out of Clovelly to fish. She carries a gaff rig and galvanised steel centre-plate. She is easily trailable. A Picarooner, can be sailed single handedly, they virtually sail themselves! An ide... read more
Contessa 26, Mk1 version, 1972Contessa Juliet,1972. A Mark 1,GRP masthead sloop. She has been under cover for the Winter. The hull is in good condition, no blistering and fair. Cooper coated anti-fouling applied in 2022 and is in excellent condition. Her sails are crisp and in good order returned from the valetters, she has two sets of old sails, in serviceable condition, suitable for cruising. A four wheeled twin axle road trailer. She has two new batteries and the engine will be serviced before she is relaunched in early... read more
26ft Classic Centreboard Gaff Cutter, 1906, Gann & Palmer 'Almita' is 26ft LOA She has a lifting keel yacht with a spoon bow and counter stern and is rigged as a gaff cutter. Centreplate drops down through a ballast keel she only draws 2ft 6ins, when it's raised. A previous owner for a number of years was Journalist Dick Durham, he reviewed her performance in Yachting Monthly, June 2009 -Gaff vs Bermudan'. He sailed her in both formats of rig. In her present ownership, of over 15 years, time and money have not been spared on her... read more
42ft Thames Sailing Barge,1881, A ProjectAt 42ft, Cygnet is a half sized wooden sailing barge. After several years of continuous sail cruising, she has been bought into a Barge Boatyard in North Essex. Her present owner has decided to sell her, the hold has ben cleared out , the engine has been removed, she's now presented as a blank canvas for a refit / rebuild......A new rudder has been made and is to be re-fitted. New leeboards are under construction and there is a shipwright commissioned for a new mast. Built in 1881 by G H... read more
10m Norman Buchanan Sloop,1962 Rebuild project. MAREN, Alan Buchanan design built in 1962. A long keeled keeled Masthead Sloop. Her present condition rebuild project requires finishing. 2023, a 18hp Volvo twin cylinder diesel engine with a stainless steel shaft and a Darglow folding propeller have been professionally installed. New engine beds and re configuration of the cockpit had to carried out, to enable a successful installation. Her restoration started 2008 at St Osyth Boatyard, Essex where she was built by Shipwright Denis Barne... read more
36ft Teak, Soper design, Bermudan Cutter, 1901 Widgeon, built in 1901 as a Gaff Cutter in Southampton by Fay's to a J.M Soper design. She has been in her present ownership for over 40years, used as a family cruising yacht. Making passages around the UK, Ireland, Northern France both sides of the North Sea, in to the Baltic, the Netherlands. She was converted to carry a Bermudan rig in 1956. A Carvel planked hull of Teak, above the waterline, a Pitch Pine planked, underwater hull. Laid teak decks. She came ashore some years ago a... read more
30ft Channel Island Pilot Cutter,186130ft Bermudian Cutter, a substantial vessel. A robust Pitch pine carvel planked hull. Accommodation for 2 plus 2 and a dog! Standing headroom in the saloon. Bright and airy cabin. Re-engined in 2008. To be Sold afloat, in commission, refitted and serviced "Ready to Go" Mid May 2024. Insurance survey March 2024. TRY AGAIN is an ex working Channel Island Pilot Cutter, originally constructed circa 1870, in her lifetime has been completely rebuilt two/three times in her long h... read more
20ft Open Day Boat, Gaff Rig, Road trailer & outboard. A traditional styled 20ft open day boat, inspired by Edwardian Pilot cutters 1890's. The Albert and Florence was built as a "one off", she carries a Traditional Gaff rig with small fixed bowsprit. In her present ownership she has been bought a 5hp Mercury four stroke long shaft outboard engine and a new 2019, Indespension Road Trailer, which she sits on very comfortably. 2016-18 she under went an extensive refit. Vessel has spent the summers on a swinging mooring on the Ri... read more
23ft Motor Fishing Boat, forward cabin open cockpit  1960's 23ft coastal cruiser offering, an ideal space for fishing from with her open cockpit. A forward cabin with 2 bunk berths and galley facility. She is a tidy example of a clinker wooden motor fishing boat, immensely strong in her construction. Built by Parsons of Leigh on Sea, Essex. in 1960, An East Coast Potter ( crabs) , she retains her original Bowman 3534 BL, 18hp diesel engine. A very economical engine, Last refit in 2023 included new safety gear, digital navigation gear and radio being... read more


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