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MOKENA (Sail # 221)

Fred Lidgard designed, Roy Lidgard built at Kawau yard, 1938, sloop rigged, triple skin kauri (double diagonal, fore and aft planking), stringer framing onto wooden floors, bronze portholes + chainplates

Easy to manage and very sea kindly, Mokena offers a comfortable and fast sail

Full length keel (5’4” draft)   6.5T 33’ on deck 8’6”beam 1.2m bowsprit + bumpkin

S/s rigging Bukh 20 diesel engine 3 blade bronze prop    Sleeps 4

2 burner gas cooker, aluminium bottle auto bilge pump cobra VHF

1 x starter, 2 x 225 6v house batteries 40W solar panel Head + holding tank

CQR anchor + 40m galv chain, Maxwell 800 windlass and Maxwell sheet winches

Main + Genoa, No 2 and storm jib; main sheet traveller to rear of cockpit    s/s pulpit

$15,000 ono, all offers to a good home considered. Ph Steve 022 011 7865 


~1904 launch, ~9m long, rumored to be a Logan
I acquired Moutere about 2 years ago with the intent of restoring her to her former glory. Unfortunately, I have been unable to find the time and money to do so as I have another boat and too many projects. The boat is currently on Waiheke Island in a metaled yard under a tarpaulin.
I have not done a full inventory but she seems to be fairly complete with engine, gearbox, propeller, propeller shaft, handrails, electric anchor winch and a lot of brass / bronze
hardware, windows, etc etc.
The interior has already been stripped of red-lead and sister ribs have been fitted by one of the previous owners, Steve. The Kauri timber is mostly ok with some of the planking needing to be repaired in part here and there. The transom needs to be replaced in my opinion. It’s a pretty small transom.
The seams between the planks are caulk-able (I was going to caulk with cotton, rather than glue in splines and glass over).
My knowledge of her history is limited to what I found on Waitemata Woodys and what Steve told me. She is rumored to be a Logan but I have found no hard evidence of this. Someone suggested, she might have been built by one of Logan’s apprentices. She was built around 1904.
I would like her to fall into the right hands and be restored by someone who cares as she is a pretty boat and in a condition where this is achievable. Most of the hard donkey-work has been done. I would estimate her material value with all the hardware around $2000, however she’s on Waiheke Island and I am seeking expressions of interest and I am open to all reasonable offers.
More information and photos here on Waitemata Woodys: a-classic/
If genuinely interested, please contact Jason:
Mobile 021 022 31545


TANGO by Jim Young
LoW:8.06 m
BoA:2.28 m
Draft:1.8 m
Disp: 3.5t

Designed and built by Jim Young, Tango was his first cruising keeler, and first cruiser with a spade rudder built in NZ. Launched in 1956, she is Kauri carvel planking on spotted gum ribs. She is a lovely boat to sail, super easy and comfortable with crew or single handed. She is all set to go for the summer, for simple day out or long weekends away. Definitely a head turner in any bay

Spars are all oregon. Half of the mast was rebuilt last year, all new stainless steel rigging on the intermediate and cap shrouds. Also fitted new main chainplates. Forwards cabin top was also rebuilt last year.  All the interior was recently painted and cabin sides and cockpit freshly varnished. I am more than happy to provide further information and documents if wanted. She comes with a broad wardrobe of sails as follows:

Main w/ 2 reefing points
Working Jib with 1 reefing point
Large genoa
Storm Jib
Can also come with a second main that needs recut.
Engine and systems:
she is equipped with a 10hp single cylinder Yanmar that runs nicely and pushes her along.
40W solar panel with independent house battery
Electric windlass
2x100L bladder tanks
50L fuel tank
Fish Finder
Simrad Self tiller auto pilot, perfect for single handed or long crossing
2Hp Mercury outboard
Fibre glass dinghy
Main anchor with 30m of chains and 70m of wrap
Second anchor
2 burner cooker (needs fixing)
Manual Marine Toilets

Asking Price: 25000$ or near offer
Contact Details
Ph 0226010935



HONEY is based on a 19th century rowing and sailing clinker dinghy.  Built at Carrington Tech, now UNITEC, in the clinker boat building night school class from February 1981-November 1983.  Keith Atkinson, who was the tutor, drew up the plans and lines.  Honey is featured in the book Thoughts on Clinker Lapstrake Dinghy Construction by Peter Peal. Built with NZ Kauri planks and mahogany transom;  the main is sprit rigged, with a small jib.

Dimensions                             14’ 6” long      4’ 8” beam      8” draught
Hull planking                           5/16” thick NZ kauri
Ribs                                         West Australian karri
Transom                                  Mahogany
Stem                                       Laminated mahogany
Thwarts                                   Kauri
Floors                                      Kauri
Mast & Boom                         Oregon
Sails                                        Cotton             Main 63 sq feet                      jib 16 sq feet
Rudder & dagger board          Kauri
Included in the sale are: Road trailer, cotton sails, a Suzuki 2.2 outboard motor, motor stand, anchor and rope, and oars.

We have owned her since new, and now, very reluctantly, have to sell her, due to ill health. Currently, she is in our carport, the road trailer up on blocks. But, all in excellent well maintained condition. She was sailed regularly at the Mahurangi Regatta for many years, last sailed at Mahurangi Regatta 2015.

All genuine inquires welcome, and welcome to view at Lynfield Auckland. Guide price $6000.00 – $7000.00 Please contact Heather 0211525084   or




Matareka is regarded as one of Arch Logan’s finest launches.

In 2014 she was completely refurbished, but due to an unfortunate mishap she now has electrolysis developing in her floor beams.  Due to age, we are not able to deal with it, and are looking to pass her on to someone who would care for her the way we have, over the past 45 years.

The work required would not be any more than what we did on her when we brought her home in 1972 but it needs someone younger than we now are, to tackle it.   She needs replacement of affected inner timbers in the hull, but what a magnificent craft someone would have on completion!!!

Ideal for a young family — safe!!!, spacious interior with galley in a free-flow area, easy movement on deck for children and adults, and a dream to sleep on board with her comfortable well placed bunks allowing egress without disturbing those still sleeping.

Now all we can hope for is that she will go to someone who will care for her as much as we have ……………….and that they may be kind enough to recompense us for some of our outlay.   She is an absolutely superb launch — built with safety in every seam!

Contact Louis Fenelon
















Marina for Sale
Pine Harbour 13.5m Berth for Sale
Asking price: $125,000 ONO

Berth on G pier, on the right hand side when walking down the pier – i.e. bow facing the gulf when parked bow in.
Phone: Hallam Webber  027 440 0002




Yacht Trojan Eagle. The price has now dropped to $149,000. Call the broker direct who has the contract to sell the boat. Broker link below



Couldrey 30 foot classic saloon launch designed and built in 1938, the hull and decks are single skin kauri with solid teak cabin top – all original materials in good order. All decks now fibreglassed, the 80hp Ford diesel motor is in good running order.

The launch is currently under restoration in a covered shed in Rotorua. Regretfully the owner cannot complete due to ill health.

The boat should ideally be returned to Auckland as part of the classic fleet. Photo can be seen on page 14 of the latest CYA Vessel Regsiter

Anyone interested in completing this project and making an offer should contact Graham Couldrey on 0272102499 or 03 575 6300




The 40’ gaff cutter ‘Ngatira’, built in 1904, is the finest example of a Charles Bailey Jnr racing boat of this era and is of historic significance. It has recently undergone an extensive restoration/rebuild back to its original configuration : Gaff, staysail, jib and topsail.

Ngatira is not only pleasing to the eye, she is also fast and fun to race and has had good success racing in CYA regattas. She was a Logan beater when first launched to race against Kotiri and still beats a few logan’s today. She can be raced easily with a small crew of 3 or 5, and cruised with only two.

Basic but comfortable inside as it was in the day, sleeps up to four. She is in good condition and has a good pedigree with a well documented history.

Specs: LOA 49’, LOD 40’8”, LWL 28’6”, Beam 8’6”, Draft 5’10”
New Yanmar 3YM 30hp engine installed with new batteries and wiring.
50 WATT solar panel with Tracer MPPT solar charge controller.
x2 bilge pump and x1whale hand pump.
Secondary pump fitted with an SMS txt message function when pump turns on and off.
Also txt alarm for low battery level.
Expressions of interest please contact Stephen Horsley 09 423 8704 – 027 280 7497


WHITE SQUALL, the 33foot Bert Woollacott designed WANDERER yacht, is now for sale. Sadly, she has become a project, so young enthusiasm is required.
Contact: Alex Webster on 09 405 3424 or
021 101 3385

Postal: 16 Kowhai Ave; Kaikohe 0405, Northland



This unique Boatshed and beautiful classic vessel are now for sale and listed with Bayleys Whangerei and on Trade Me, so if you are keen, please check it out .

Both are for sale but if Raiona has to go separately it would have to be a loving caring CYA member of course!

We are looking for around $130.000 for Raiona, which was  approximately her advertised price  when purchased nearly 10 years ago, obviously much has been spent and improved upon in the last decade.

She is 48 feet long.11 foot 6 inches beam. launched in 1919 for the  Colebrook family, constructed by Joe Slattery who was Logan’s foreman.
We will be cruising the Hauraki Gulf and Bay of Islands all summer, so can be viewed wherever we will be.

Please contact Michael and Sarah on for any further information on the Raiona and contact Penny Kempton at Bayleys Whangerei for information and viewings of the Boatshed.

She is on 027 434 3803 listing number 10501293 . Trade Me listing is 1227329466.





The owners of IDA 1895 have contacted us from Sydney advising us she is for sale and needs a loving caring home, preferably in NZ.

Please can you contact Catherine Shirley if you can help………..and feel free to pass this on to anyone you know who might be interested.

It would be so awesome to have her back home.



Logan design Classic Mullety 1949

Extensive work has been done on this vessel, yet is not quite finished with some fitting of ribs still required.  $2000 ono. Contact: Dean 0274 417043
Note: Dean also has for sale Rarere V50, restoration required and prepared to look at all offers


KATHRYN ANNE: 32foot 1949 Bert Woollacott

A capable, quick family cruiser, and one of the most influential yachts of her era.
In great condition, with near-new 20hp engine, fridge etc. Double-diagonal kauri, new paintwork, four comfortable berths.

Sea-kindly, fast, affordable classic. $39,000. Search “kathryn anne” on TradeMe. Contact:James Frankham 021 775423



LEXIA,  1904 8.5 m Bailey Keeler
The 1904, Bailey (Jnr) built 8 metre gaff staysail sloop LEXIA is for sale due to owner’s declining health. The boat is of carvel construction on bent frames. She is in good condition. LEXIA is the 7th oldest boat in the Auckland Classic Yacht fleet.

Contact: Stuart Junge  Ph: 410 6396


CONCORD – 1967 $85 000

This modern classic is a One Ton Class (36ft) S & S design, built alongside the famous Rainbow ll by Max Carter in 1967.

Construction: kauri carvel plank splined. Extensively refitted.  Located at Yamba NSW. Contact Owner: Greg O’Keeffe p. 061411405948


OWHANGA – 1928 Logan 27’6”

$25,000.00. Good condition, near new motor. Price includes West Park Marina Berth

Contact: Bill Penny    ph: 0274 968 731


IMOGEN – 25’ Gaff yawl. Price negotiable.


tel 021 488 388