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- Dale Classic 452023Request PriceDALE CLASSIC 45 DESIGN OVERVIEW“Stylish, practical and beautifully built….” this is how one of our owners describes his treasured 45. A stunningly individual signature, the Classic 45 offers everything that the Nelson hull lineage stands for. Add to that the legendary DALE sea-keeping, DALE’s unique levels of craftsmanship accentuating her relaxed and timeless classic looks and combine all this to make this special boat a stand out wherever she is.Building upon the standards established by our renowned 38, the Arthur Mursell designed hull was developed to offer greater levels of performance and sea-keeping, the ‘achingly beautiful’ Classic 45 was born. Not only noted for her looks, her credentials as a serious sea going boat are unquestioned and she is able to withstand the rigours of offshore cruising in the roughest of seas.The beautifully appointed, handcrafted interior is further enhanced by range of exceptional features giving life on board a feeling of understated luxury. The spacious saloon can be flooded with natural light from an optional panoramic glass sunroof with the drop down bulkhead giving the instant conversion to a stunning open hardtop. The open plan arrangement in the cockpit and deck saloon offer alfresco dining and open air entertaining in perfect surroundings or close things up at the press of a button to create the most beautifully snug interior for dining and relaxing in cosy comfort on a chilly evening.The clean lines of the stern are uninterrupted by the powered transom door making boarding easy and the wide teak laid side decks, excellent mooring facilities and smooth anchor recovery system all make it a simple task to moor up even if you are on your own. If guests are on board, the two beautifully appointed en-suite cabins are designed with four full sized adults in mind and are a masterclass in exquisite joinery and attention to detail whist attending to every practicality to enhance life on board.Equally at home on extended cruises and adventures or on inland waterways, the Classic 45 is an extraordinarily versatile vessel.More…201Manufacturer Specification
- Brig Falcon Rider 4502023Request PriceFALCON 450 is a reliable partner for your journeys whether you go fishing or just cruising around. You can bring up to five people on board.More…20Manufacturer Specification
- Bavaria C502023Request PriceBeauty and performance.With family or with friends – the BAVARIA C50 is about the pleasure of sailing, but it’s about relaxation too. Together you can enjoy a fabulous time on water or on land, and with a lot of people. That’s because, as well as a three, four and five‐cabin version there is even a six‐cabin version available. As with the BAVARIA C45, the C50 comes in two different equipment levels: ’Holiday’ and ’Style’.More…211Manufacturer Specification
- Dale 232023Request PriceDALE 23 DESIGN OVERVIEWOur elegant DALE 23 tender is the baby Nelson of the DALE fleet, designed by TT boat designs for ultimate handling and sea keeping coupled with the performance of a rib and in reality she surpasses the design brief by a nautical mile. From the moment you leave the berth, driving this boat is simply phenomenal with a 45 knot top-speed, electric acceleration and extremes-of-g cornering abilities bringing unsurpassed levels of exhilaration. This boat is guaranteed to make you grin every time you get behind the wheel.Lock to lock turns at full speed are smooth, almost effortless and yet that hull just grips the water. Go for a ‘blast’ and revel in the astonishing handling. Well why not….this boat brings a smile to your face and if you dare…a quiver to your spleen!!! The undisputed DALE heritage gives total reassurance in the magnificent ride and class leading handling and confidence that whatever the day may bring, even with a change in the weather or a worsening sea.The DALE 23 delivers everything you desire for a perfect day out on the water from dawn until dusk. Built to immerse yourself in the pure enjoyment of boating, she can do whatever you ask of her. A runabout to meet up with family and friends on the water, a journey to discover inaccessible bays and beaches, trips up river exploring or thrilling afternoons of water sports. Fancy an afternoon of skiing where everyone can join in? With eight guests on board, the electric acceleration matches any sports boat for water skiing and the hull provides a solidly, predictable wake.Everything you need for your day on the water can be stowed safely out of sight. All around the boat, from the anchor locker to the stern, there is ample stowage and generously sized lockers are able to accommodate skis, equipment and the essential picnic for an extended day of cruising….…and when you wish to stop and take a break, savour the view and just relax, the anchor locker and anchor mean that mooring the DALE 23 is a breeze.More…221Manufacturer Specification
- Brig Eagle 6.72023Request PricePlease welcome the brand new installment of the Legendary line – Eagle 6.7. This new model inherited all the best features of the predecessor and evolved into the best family RIB of this size in the World. Sometimes, small changes make a big difference, that’s the case for Eagle 6.7. The deep V hull is completely redesigned to improve seaworthiness, handling and stability. A brand new multi-purpose navigation mast adds a touch of elegance and highlights the renewed Eagle line DNA.More…351Manufacturer Specification
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- Bavaria Virtess 420 Coupe2023Request PriceThe epitome of luxury, design and performance.With its pure lines and an exceptionally modern design, the VIRTESS 420is nothing but seductive. She is the embodiment of state of the art technology and innovative solutions. The large COUPE roof can be opened at the press of a button, transforming the VIRTESS 420 into a true convertible.The helm was designed according to the most modern criteria to ensure a perfect overview of all the instruments and controls under all sailing conditions. There is space at the helm for two, because the pleasure of the luxury and comfort aboard a VIRTESS 420 should really be shared.More…241Manufacturer Specification
- Brig Eagle 102023Request PriceEAGLE 10 is a long awaited new BRIG flagship. Its dimentions provide you with a lot of choises. Versatility is the word that comes to mind instantly. She is stable enough to be your day cruiser for the whole family or a company of friends and seaworthy enough for long haul trips to a harbour of your dream. And even more, twin engine setup will carry you to a sportboat realm, where you can enjoy your 50 knots sporty ride.More…261Manufacturer Specification
- Brig Eagle 52023Request PriceThe Eagle 5 is our high-spec compact performance sports RIB, perfect as a luxurious tender for larger Yachts or for those who simply want to ride in comfort and style. A sleek profile and beautiful lines, as well as an extended bow to accommodate a generous sundeck, make the Eagle 5 a highly desirable sports cruiser to be seen in out on the water.More…241Manufacturer Specification
- Brig Eagle 62023Request PriceEAGLE 6 is our luxury performance sports RIB for the whole family, built with comfort, style and safety in mind. With an extended bow area accommodating a generous sundeck, the Eagle 6 is a highly desirable sports cruiser.There is comfortable seating for 10 passengers and large lockers under each seat providing ample storage.More…221Manufacturer Specification
- Dale 282023Request PriceDALE 28 DESIGN OVERVIEWThe new DALE 28 was conceived to meet the needs of both new as well as long standing DALE clients who wanted to downsize whilst retaining the sea keeping and quality to which they were accustomed. A large socialising space in the wheelhouse and cockpit area as well as a cabin for two plus occasional berths for a further two were top of their list.Putting everything that is special about a DALE into 28 feet was a challenge that we just couldn’t resist.After achieving the hull design to give the sea-keeping and ease of handling expected of a DALE, our next aim was to use the architecture to create a boat with spacious accommodation for two, the comfort of full standing headroom, a large wheelhouse and cockpit for total enjoyment of cruising, living on board and socialising. We build each boat bespoke for you and just like any other DALE, there is a sense of discreet luxury and attention to detail. The Nelson inspired timeless styling tells others that this is a boat with solidity that is unsurpassed.Already confident that this gem of boat is set to be a winner she guarantees to open up endless possibilities of cruising and exploring. What a joy to helm….light and responsive providing confidence and reassurance in your absolute control. The smooth ride and effortless performance will keep you and your guests happy whilst eating up mile after mile and as your horizons extend and so will too will your memories of new places visited both near and far. Easy to handle but with true sea going credentials, her ability to fulfil the aspirations of even the most experienced was undoubted, demonstrated brilliantly during her sea trials in four metre seas off the Pembrokeshire Coast and our first 28 owners who set off from Pembrokeshire to the Scillies and didn’t return for seven weeks!!A day cruiser for six or an overnighter for either two or four, she is sure to appeal to those who seek something special. Classically-styled with graceful lines, this genuinely stunning craft offers exceptional performance with more than a sprinkling of creature comforts. Every possible need has been taken into consideration to ensure that the accommodation on board is sufficiently spacious and comfortable. Side decks are wide and reassuring and the cockpit sole flows seamlessly into the wheelhouse for the ultimate experience in indoor-outdoor living. At her first showing at Southampton 2018, customers stepping aboard commented on the spaciousness, the generous accommodation not to mention the ‘gorgeous heads.’The story continues with further refinements and beautiful interior fit out in solid oak. Clever innovation in interior design makes life on board even more comfortable and flexible. The forward cabin is a true master cabin with twin berths, easily converted to a double berth with a combined seating area, plus an abundance of craftsman built stowage lockers and an incorporated back rest to transform the cabin into a daytime lounge. In addition, adapted from the DALE Classic 45, the wheelhouse helm seat slides forward electrically at the push of a button for when in port creating a more spacious seating area which converts into an extra double berth.Bonded flush wheelhouse side and front windows with their style taken from our new Dale 40 gives a sleek and more modern finish to complement the classic style and twin engines with joystick manoeuvring deliver a top speed of 29 knots plus. We can’t wait to test her on the water, especially considering the similarity in hull shape to the DALE 23 but with softer sections. Add six tons of boat and this is a serious craft to be considered by those looking for a fun cruising boat with the DALE credentialsMore…251Manufacturer Specification(Video) [SOLD] Used 2012 Stingray 214 LR in Falmouth, Massachusetts
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What boat should I buy to sail around the world? ›
To go around the world, sailing boats and yachts are the most common choices. To live comfortably on board, allow for a boat at least 39 feet (12 metres) long. Catamarans have the advantage of not listing and they let you sail in heavy seas. Aluminium hulls have the reputation of being lighter and more durable.Are sailing yachts cheaper to operate? ›
For boats of the same size, sailboats are often cheaper to buy and operate because they don't have big motors. You'll also save on maintenance and fuel costs in a sailboat. On the other hand, you may need a larger sailboat than you would a powerboat, which can increase costs.Where can you sail to from Falmouth? ›
Falmouth is a convenient starting point for sailing to the Isles of Scilly. Leaving from Falmouth, the journey to the Isles of Scilly and the island of St Mary's in particular, is approximately 50 nm.What size sailboat is best for coastal cruising? ›
A 35 - 45 feet vessel with a draft of about 2 metres, 6' to 8', to help the vessel sail in most weather conditions, with plenty of sail area for light winds, and easy reefing for when it pipes up, is I believe the ideal vessel size for a cruising couple.How big of a boat do you need to go around the world? ›
Modern round-the-worlders most often choose boats between 35 and 45 feet in size. The minimum length is due to the boat's behaviour in open water and, as a result, the desired level of comfort and safety.What are the hidden costs of sailing? ›
When talking about the “hidden costs” of sailing, we think about costs like port, buoy or anchor fees. Followed by costs of skipper/hostess' food and drinks, as well as for the whole boat crew, and fuel.How much does it cost to maintain a yacht per year? ›
You should expect to pay about 20% or more of the original price of your boat to run it annually. So, for a $10 million yacht, the cost to operate will be about $2 million per year, including fuel, insurance, dock fees, maintenance and repairs, crew, etc. How much does it cost to maintain and run a mega yacht?How much does it cost to maintain a sailing yacht? ›
Overall, you can expect to pay between $2,000-5,000 per year to maintain a cruising sailboat. Expenses will increase exponentially when a boat is neglected, so regular care will pay off big time. The specific cost varies based on the age, condition, and build quality of your sailboat.Why do ships anchor off Falmouth? ›
It provides a wide deep water area for shipping to shelter during any severe weather. Falmouth Docks have a refueling service for shipping (known as bunkering). Local tankers can often be seen alongside visiting ships to pass over fuel for onward voyages.How deep is the Falmouth port? ›
Falmouth Has the Third Deepest Natural Harbour in the World
Falmouth's harbour is the third deepest natural harbour in the world. It measures up to 34 metres in depth. It is only beaten by Sydney Harbour and The Port of Mahon.
Is Falmouth a deep harbour? ›
Falmouth is famous for its harbour. Together with the Carrick Roads, it is the third deepest natural harbour in the world, and is the deepest in Western Europe.What is the most efficient sailboat hull shape? ›
Round bottom displacement hulls are ultra-efficient at low speed, and therefore great for long-range cruising, but have upper speed limits determined primarily by their length, and other factors as well.Can you sail a 40 foot sailboat alone? ›
Just how large a sailboat can one person sail single handed? A 40-foot sailboat is the maximum size for one person to be able to single-handedly control safely. It can be successfully argued up or down a couple of feet, based on the experience and abilities of the sailor.What is the best shape for a sailboat? ›
Best Sailboat Hull Shape for Motion Comfort
Wide and stable multihulls are popular because they alleviate some of the most common complaints of sailors. Trimarans are also an excellent choice for comfort, as their stabilizers minimize the effect of rolling in heavy seas.
Indeed, there are many cruising boats that most would find too small, but are strongly built and well made, such as the pocket-sized sailboats from Pacific Seacraft. The 20-foot Flicka is by no means the mainstream image of a bluewater boat, yet many have crossed oceans.Do you need a license to sail a boat around the world? ›
Generally speaking, no, you do not need a license to sail around the world. While there is no doubt that there are some countries in which boating licenses are a legal requirement, it's not a given. Even on sailing boats, these rules generally only apply to those living in that country, and not to those visiting.Can you cross the Atlantic in a 20 foot boat? ›
For comfort and safety, yachts crossing the ocean should be a minimum of 30ft. This size boat allows you to travel securely across the Atlantic Ocean. When yachts cross the ocean, it's important to have enough fuel, supplies and food for those on board, which means that the larger the boat, the better.Is sailing in decline? ›
According to the US Coast Guard, since 1999 sailboat registrations have dropped by more than 25% , a trend that began back in the early '80s, and now barely 2% of all registered boats are powered by the wind. It's no secret that the popularity of recreational sailing in America is ebbing and sadly has been for decades.What are the cons of sailing? ›
- Lack of space. Regardless of the size and features of a sailing yacht, she is always too small. ...
- Limitations all over the place. Water tanks are limited to certain capacity. ...
- Long distances. ...
- No absolute control. ...
- Interpersonal relations. ...
- Temperature. ...
- Seasickness. ...
- Storage place.
Sailing and boating
Especially sailing has been traditionally the sport of the rich. The cost of the boat or renting a boat is high. Meanwhile, unpredictable weather may create problems on the boat, and paying for the equipment is not a piece of cake. Sailing is also the sport of the clever, as some may say.
What is the average wealth of yacht owner? ›
Yachts owners are older – 48.7 percent are between 50 and 70, but a full 43.4 percent are over 70. They also are richer, with an average net worth of $510 million.What size of boat is considered a yacht? ›
Defining a Yacht
While there is no official point at which a boat becomes a yacht, anything over 40-feet in overall length could conceivably be considered a yacht. In addition, as you move bigger in size, you will probably get into “mega-yacht” or “superyacht” territory.
Some yachts are designed to resist extreme weather and sea conditions. However, a yacht needs to be better equipped to deal with hurricanes. They may survive them at sea, but it is not their purpose to do so.Can a yacht pay for itself? ›
Yes, owning a yacht for charter can be profitable but owning a yacht will rarely “pay for itself.” Chartering your yacht presents some unique benefits that can lead to opportunities to make a profit off of your investment in a myriad of ways, including offsetting the cost of owning a yacht, selling your yacht for a ...How much does it cost to live full time on a yacht? ›
The minimum budget required to live full-time on a yacht depends entirely on one's lifestyle and needs. Living on the yacht costs between $3,000 and $12,000 per month on average. This, certainly, depends on the number of people who will be living aboard and the place you will be traveling around.How many crew for a 100 foot yacht? ›
The Sunseeker 100 Yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests plus 5 crew. The yacht has a length of 97' 11” (29.85m), a beam of 22' 8” (6.9m), draft of 6' 10” (2.10m) and a maximum speed of 28 knots.Can you legally sail around the world? ›
Can You Legally Sail Around the World? Yes, you can legally sail around the world. However, some jurisdictions require legal documentation, such as proof of boat ownership and a visa when entering another country's port. You'll also want to make sure you're in the appropriate type of boat.Can I afford to sail around the world? ›
You could spend from as little as $700 or as much as $3,000 a month for two people – it all depends on what boat you have, who does your boat work, where you cruise, how you like to spend your time, and more. Let's look at the expenses you'll likely encounter when sailing around the world.How big of a boat do you need to cross the Pacific? ›
You can sail across the Pacific with a properly-sized sailboat (30 to 50 feet in length), an experienced helper or two, and a well-planned itinerary. The best routes to sail across the Pacific include the West Coast Route and to Hawaii via reliable Polynesian trade winds.Do I need a passport to sail in international waters? ›
You Need a Passport for Cruises To and From Foreign Ports
For example, any time you cross a land or sea border into a foreign country, you'll need a passport, whether it's riding Alaska's White Pass and Yukon Railway or taking day trips to smaller Caribbean islands.
Do you need a license to sail in the USA? ›
Unlike places like the UK and Australia, the United States does not have a clear-cut law on whether you need a license to sail a boat. In other words, it's mandatory in some states that you must have a license to sail a boat whilst it's not mandatory in other states.Do I need a passport to sail around the world? ›
Bottom line. While cruising with a passport is always recommended, it's not required by law in certain circumstances. Closed-loop cruises from U.S. ports that visit Bermuda, Canada, the Caribbean and Mexico are part of an international agreement that allows U.S. citizens to cruise without a passport.Can you make a living sailing? ›
It's easy to find a hobby is not the same as spending every day of your life doing it, and what may have been a real love can become a chore. Sailing is a very badly paid industry and while it can be a lovely thing to do for a while, it is a rare person who makes a long term living from it.Can a beginner sail around the world? ›
The answer? Yes, in a variety of situations! Most novice sailors assume they're on their own when considering circumnavigation, but that's not the case. Different circumnavigation options exist for novice sailors – aside from the 100% DIY version – and these scenarios are worth exploring.Which is safer sailboat or motorboat? ›
While a powerboat is convenient in terms of speed, a sailboat is much safer and more reliable than a powerboat. But irrespective of the type of boat that you're looking to own, it's of great importance to make safety a priority.How much is a boat licence UK? ›
A self-service marine licence costs £50 payable in advance. Payment will only be accepted when made by credit or debit card. Payment will be prompted automatically at the appropriate stage of the online application process. Payments must NOT be made by BACS.What is the roughest ocean? ›
From the tip of the South American continent to the northernmost shores of Antarctica: here's where you'll find the reputed roughest sea-passage in the world. The Drake Passage is the stuff of legends, and crossing it is an experience some passengers on Antarctica cruises look forward to the most.Can you sleep while sailing? ›
Most sailboats have cabins with sleeping quarters. While underway in the open ocean, sailboat crews sleep in shifts between two and six hours long. Single-handed sailors wake up briefly every few hours to check their heading and watch for other ships.What size boat is best for the ocean? ›
If you are planning on traversing the oceans and seas where the waves and waters can get fairly rough, you should consider looking at boats 30ft and up. A boat this size will better handle the choppy and unpredictable water and currents, as well as longer trips offshore.