This classic vessel has been professionally maintained as a cruising yacht and presents in excellent condition.
A classic teak built world cruiser and ideal live aboard. It has undergone a major refit and upgrade 2014/2015 investing over $200,000. This included professionally designed and installed new solid teak interior, new comfortable seating arrangements, galley fridge, new TV and audio. Pilot house refitted plus new display console with Navtec, radar, radio. Externally all wood work was stripped and re-varnished, new hull paint and underwater coatings.
A great opportunity to buy an unusual and beautifully maintained yacht for charter or living aboard (has been in MSA Survey).
She was built in Denmark in 1925 as a fishing vessel and worked the North Sea waters for many years.
In 1980, Wolf Brehm converted her to a pleasure vessel based in Kiel, Germany. She sailed to Tonga in 1990 and then onto New Zealand in 1995 where she was bought by the present owner.
Beautifully restored, immaculately maintained, comfortable and spacious. At 22.2m (74 feet including bowsprit) and 50 tons, Breum is a strong and stable craft with large deck areas and wheelhouse seating options.
She offers day sails for up to 30 passengers and overnight coastal voyaging to a maximum of 13.
A rare opportunity to purchase a famous American Brand which if well maintained, can only be an asset in future years. NEW PRICE!
This is a handsome classic and a very “collectable” launch from a well known American Designer. She has a bright, light interior and a surprisingly modern feel reflecting the new design ideas of the 70’s.
Has a spacious galley/saloon, two heads and a very workable layout for accommodation below.
Her flybridge too is an appealing place to be, with adequate seating and excellent visibility.
Definitely a lifestyle craft!
NB: Stephens Brothers Boat Builders and Designers company (Stephens Bros.), an American boat designer, began in the back yard of brothers Theodore (Thod, 1882–1933) and Robert (Roy, 1884–1953) Stephens. Their boatbuilding firm in Stockton, California operated from 1902 to 1987
A beautifully restored Gaff Rigged Cutter with all the charm and character to grace any Mahurangi Regatta.
A fine example of a Charles Bailey Jnr racing yacht from the Golden Age of Gaff Riggers. With an interesting history, she has been recently restored to her original rig: gaff, jib, staysail and topsail.
The LWL 40’ gaff cutter was built in 1904, and is the finest example of a Charles Bailey Jnr racing boat of this era and is of historic significance. She has recently undergone an extensive restoration/rebuild back to its original configuration : Gaff, staysail, jib and topsail. She is not only pleasing to the eye, she is also fast and fun to race and has had good success racing in Classic Yacht Assoc regattas. She was a Logan beater when first launched to race against Kotiri and still beats a few Logans today. 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.
Watch video: Sailing in the 2018 Mahurangi Classics regatta. https://vimeo.com/255290983
A great little yacht, responsive and comfortable. Slightly enlarged forepeak provides more headroom and space
An appealing cruising yacht that sails very well (typical Townson Design) a reluctant sale!
Built by John Lidgard and launched as Charm. This may have been extended during the building to 28’ 6” as had been its sister ship Tamahine, but a different design to the 30′ design launched in 1965.
Strongly constructed, round bilge, easy access to transom duckboard and swim ladder.