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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

Fairline Targa 30 Twin diesels REF#221523 ()
Register with Boatshed to see 61 extra photos of this Fairline Targa 30 Twin diesels.Lovely example of this popular sports motor cruiser, currently used as live aboard and for sale as the owners have decided to get something slightly bigger. The boat is very comfortable and spacious with a big aft cabin, ideal for those holidays away. The present owners have had the boat since December2015 These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.This Fairline Targa 30 Twin diesels has been personally photographed and viewed by Kevin Roach of Boatshed Sud Med.
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Chaparral 1935 REF#221515 ()
Register with Boatshed to see 38 extra photos of this Chaparral 1935 .The Chaparral 1935 is compact cuddy which combines good cockpit space and a double berth in the cuddy, with porta potti. This example has been well cared for by its present owner, with recent starter motor, risers, gimble bearing and bellows, and 4 new wheel bearings in the trailer. These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.This Chaparral 1935 has been personally photographed and viewed by Andy Topham of Boatshed North Wales.
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Glastron GS 249 REF#221512 ()
Register with Boatshed to see 65 extra photos of this Glastron GS 249 .This is a lovely boat that has been well looked after. A big plus is that it has a single diesel engine that will return good fuel economy and has a good turn of speed if required. Three owners from new this is the 1999 model built late 1998 and has ample stowage for weekends or longer away. There is diesel fired Warm air heating for extra comfort , TV, Stereo, DVD Micowave and the list goes on, this will be ideal for all year round usage. The only noticeably damage was a small tear on the helm seat which has been caused by the throttle catching the upholstery, other wise very clean. She has just had the hull polished, a full valet and new antifoul (May 2016) Priced to sell, Viewing is recomended. These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.This Glastron GS 249 has been personally photographed and viewed by Gary of Boatshed Norfolk.
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Kelvin Sorcerer REF#221507 ()
Register with Boatshed to see 30 extra photos of this Kelvin Sorcerer .The Kelvin Sorcerer was originally built in the 60's in Rayleigh Essex. They are a classic head turning design; the current owner has restored this one just recently and it looks great. The whole boat looks very well finished and it has a virtually new 125 hp outboard engine that gives a top speed of just over 40 knots! These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.This Kelvin Sorcerer has been personally photographed and viewed by Steve Booth of Boatshed Essex.
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Kilcoole Industrial Estate,
Co. Wicklow.
T: +353 1 2811168

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Viking Marine

The Pavilion,

Dun Laoghaire,

Co. Dublin.

T:+353 1 2806654


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The Rankin Dinghy, A Boat Which Makes Sailing More Fun Than Racing! (Tue, 24 May 2016)
Rankin Dinghies off Cobh. Listen to the podcast below. There is more to sailing than racing, such as enjoyment, fun, cruising and bringing people together to enjoy each other’s company and the boats they sail. When those boats are dinghies that have a proud history and which a dedicated group of enthusiasts is determined to protect and develop, there is something special about the boats, the people and their interest in sailing. Next Sunday facets will be brought together when the Rankin dinghies gather at Whitepoint, a promontory near the Cork Harbour town of Cobh where the town’s sailing club has been active for many years. The boats that will be the focal point at half-past ten on Sunday morning will be Rankins, a dinghy which was built in Cobh, of which it’s believed there were 80 and of which The Rankin Dinghy Group has traced nearly half, one with a unique name linking a historic gun boat that unusually fought both for and against the Irish and a man who crewed on it, on both sides! It’s an intriguing story. Enthusiasts who preserve boats are special people as far as I am concerned and I admire them. They are single-minded and dedicated. That dedication can come from admiration of a particular type of boat, of the man or men who built it, how it performs and often because they have been involved with the class of boat themselves and are seeking to avoid its decline and restore it to appreciation by more people. The name of the Rankin dinghies is revered in Cork Harbour and particularly in the harbourside town of Cobh. And the name of one of those boats links the gunboat which fought against the Irish Volunteers during the 1916 Easter Rising and later for the emergent Irish Free State Government against anti-Treaty Forces during the Irish Civil War. It also links the renowned boat-building Rankin family in Cobh, one of whose members crewed on the gunboat. Listen to the Podcast below in which I talk to two dedicated sailing enthusiasts, Maurice Kidney and Conor English, who are driving the restoration of the Rankin dinghies in Cork Harbour. They have discovered that Rankins were bought and sailed in several parts of the country. You will hear how the name of the gunboat which shelled Liberty Hall during the Easter Rising of 1916, Helga, is maintained on a dinghy in Cork Harbour. How that gunboat, having fought against the Irish Volunteers, later fought for the emergent Irish Free State and became the first Irish fisheries protection vessel, Muirchu. It’s a fascinating story about a special type of boat that The Rankin Dinghy Group is reviving. Having traced half the 80 boats which were built, the Group is asking anybody with information on the whereabouts of Rankin boats in any condition to contact Maurice Kidney on phone 086 3225424 or Conor English on phone 086 3531122. • Listen to Podcast below. An article on the Rankins by Tom MacSweeney will also appear in Summer Afloat magazine See a slideshow on the Rankin dinghy here  
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