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Soon to be commissioned and be found at her mooring in Stonington Harbour, Connecticut USA. Woodwind is a handsome example of the successful and elegant...



Sebastien is looking to share the passion and care for MOOREA, an exquisite Kettenburg 43 from 1965 (designed and built by a famous boatbuilding family...

 Yachts /  Auckland


Logan Yacht “Queenie” Launched 1904 36 ft x 7’ 4” beam x 5’ 3” draught Currently at Whangaroa Harbour. Well maintained. Reluctant sale after 44...



PRICE REDUCTION! Kauai Uhiwai has had an amazing and unique build history. The hull was constructed over a male mold in 1974 and meticulously constructed...



Waiomo is a 40ft, Classic Keeler designed by Arch Logan and built for Arnold (Bill) Couldrey at Sulphur Beach, Northcote, Auckland, in 1935. She had...

 Yachts /  Bay of Islands and Northland


S.Y.Wakaya. 42' x 12' x 6'8. Launched 1946. Heart kauri and pohutukawa ribs. Well constructed. Full keel. 60HP ford diesel. Paragon gearbox 2-1 reduction. 20...

 Yachts /  North Island


Designed in 1946 by the legendary Tasmanian Jock Muir, Manutara was built to that original design in 1962 by John and Bob Salthouse. Built in...

 Yachts /  Canterbury


SV Tuarangi is a William Atkin designed "Ingrid" circa 1932 built in 1960 by the legendary Jack Crooks in Invercargill. The hull is Totara on Australian...

 Yachts /  South Island / Sold


Waka Roa is a beautifully designed 47ft harbour cruising ketch. Design: Bruce Askew – a classic by leading Wellington boat designer. Excellent harbour cruising ketch;...

 Yachts /  North Island

A recently fully renovated Knud Reimers 1936 designed 28' Tumlaren. Built in Auckland in the 1950s this beautiful double ended kauri hulled yacht had a...

 Yachts /  Bay of Islands and Northland


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