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Boatshed Dun Laoghaire

We have a dedicated brokerage division operating under the worldwide Boatshed franchise. We offer competitive listings for both Sail & Power. Boatshed has thousands of boats for sale and yachts for sale. With Boatshed your boat is listed worldwide which significantly increases your chance of a successful sale. Every boat has up to 80 high quality photos available along with a detailed inventory so you can see exactly what you are looking at before viewing a boat. If you would like us to list your boat send us a message using the form below and we will arrange an appointment with a broker.

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Recent Listings

Mirage 29 Coastal Cruiser REF#225320 ()
Register with Boatshed to see 86 extra photos of this Mirage 29 Coastal Cruiser.The Mirage 29 is a spacious cruiser with a large safe cockpit and wide side decks. The interior is very roomy, sleeping 6 people, this yacht has had a lot of upgrades recently and not just the low cost items - new rigging 2011, clutches 2016, sprayhood, stack pack, GPS 2015. Not much to do here I would say she is ready to go. These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.This Mirage 29 Coastal Cruiser has been personally photographed and viewed by Alan Nash of Boatshed Suffolk.
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Sealine S28 REF#225276 ()
Register with Boatshed to see 57 extra photos of this Sealine S28 .The Sealine S28 is a stylish fast sports cruiser giving speeds of 35 knots. This example has been loved and well cared for and is in very good condition. The owner has spent a lot of money keeping her maintained to an extremely high standard and this is reflected in the overall condition of this boat. In 2016, the port engine has been removed and a new block fitted, both engines and both outdrive legs have been serviced. New anodes and batteries have been fitted and she has been anti fouled. Internally the accommodation has seating around the cabin table, which can convert to a double berth. The galley is to starboard and the heads are to port. The heads are a good size and include a shower. The stern cabin has a large double berth. In the cockpit there is ample room for entertaining or just a quiet G and T and for those unexpected sleep overs the seating in the cockpit converts to another double berth. If you are currently in the market for a sports cruiser you would do yourself an injustice in not viewing this boat. These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.This Sealine S28 has been personally photographed and viewed by Keith Doust on 07968 375172 of Boatshed Wales.
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Snapdragon 26 REF#225273 ()
Register with Boatshed to see 44 extra photos of this Snapdragon 26 .This Snapdragon 26 was built in 1968 and was displayed at the Palma Boatshow before returning home to be handed over to her first owner, who had her for forty years. The Doghouse was added during the boat's early years, and was fitted professionally. She was sadly left abandoned ashore from 2008-2011 before being purchased by her current owner. She has had a new engine and stern gear fitted, a renewed gas system and some new navigation equipment. A new carpet will be provided on sale. Some work on the exterior is needed, but she has lots of potential. These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.This Snapdragon 26 has been personally photographed and viewed by Paul of Boatshed Lancashire.
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Sadler 25 REF#225270 ()
Register with Boatshed to see 44 extra photos of this Sadler 25 .This Sadler 25 was launched in 1980. Since then she has only had two owners and the boat has been used for Cruising the south coast and the Channel. Many upgrades were undertaken between 2010 and 2012 including; new heads, full engine renovation, new batteries, new sprayhhod & boom cover tent etc. The photos were taken in August 2016 and show some recent neglect but with a bit of effort this boat could easily be restored to her former glory. These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.This Sadler 25 has been personally photographed and viewed by chris Fuller of Boatshed Falmouth.
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Viking Marine

Kilcoole Industrial Estate,
Kilcoole,
Co. Wicklow.
T: +353 1 2811168 

boats@vikingmarine.ie

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Viking Marine

The Pavilion,

Dun Laoghaire,

Co. Dublin.

T:+353 1 2806654

 

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Afloat Magazine
Fethard Lifeboat Rescues Man In Difficulty While Moving Between Boats (Wed, 24 Aug 2016)
Fethard RNLI's inshore lifeboat #RNLI - Fethard RNLI assisted a man who got into difficulty off the Wexford coast yesterday evening (Tuesday 23 August) as he attempted to move between two boats. The volunteer lifeboat crew launched their inshore lifeboat at 9.35pm following a request by the Irish Coast Guard that a man had entered the water at the Coal Yard in Cullenstown. The lifeboat, helmed by John Colfer and with crew members Thomas Stafford, Finola Foley and Cathal O'Connell onboard, launched immediately from Fethard and proceeded five nautical miles to the scene. Weather conditions at the time were described as calm with a Force 3 west to north-westerly wind. The casualty, who was wearing a lifejacket at the time, had been manoeuvring from one vessel to another when he entered the water and got into difficulty. A member of his party who had already come ashore raised the alarm. Shortly before arriving on scene, the crew received communication from the coastguard that the casualty had managed to swim ashore. On arrival, the lifeboat crew safely transferred the man into the D class inshore lifeboat Trade Winds and administered first aid. The crew brought the casualty straight ashore at the Coal Yard, where members of the local coastguard unit were also on site. The volunteer crew continued first aid until the arrival of an ambulance that transferred the casualty to hospital as a precautionary measure. Speaking following the callout, Fethard RNLI deputy launching authority Tony Molloy said: "Every minute counted this evening due to the period the casualty had spent in the water and the external temperature. "The bar of the lough at Cullenstown can be quite a treacherous to manoeuvre in darkness, so the knowledge and skill set of the crew who know the area and the manoeuvrability of the D class inshore lifeboat was essential in getting to the scene where the crew was able to respond rapidly. "We would like to commend the casualty for wearing his lifejacket and the member of his party who raised the alarm when they started to experience problems. We wish them both well following their ordeal." Molloy added: "Tonight’s callout was a fine example of good team work with our crew putting their training and skills into practice working alongside our colleagues in the local Irish Coast Guard unit." This weekend sees the inaugural Waves Music Festival to raise funds for Fethard RNLI to secure a new inshore lifeboat, a major boost for which they received recently from host venue Loftus Hall.
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