Sailing boats: 1 to 21 of 834

Custom Lunstroo one-off Gladys 34

€ 75.000,00

The Custom one-off, solid, rugged, strong, reliable, safe, bluewater cruising sailing yacht sums up the characteristics of an ocean going cruiser. Gladys was sailed solo around the world by her current owner. Between 1999 en 2009. The Custom one-off design represents the true traditional seagoing lines of a proven world traveler. Her long keel S-shaped steel hull for better directional stability and has a very high l/b ratio.

  • Build year1978
  • LOA11.60 x 3.40 x 1.50
  • Hullsteel
  • EngineVolvo Penta 36 PK

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32.2

€ 72.500,00

  • Build year1999
  • LOA9.5 x 3 x 0.75
  • HullGRP (Polyester)

Comfortina 38 Brandal

€ 79.000,00

  • Build year1988
  • LOA11.65 x 3.51 x 1.95
  • HullGRP (Polyester)

Bavaria 49

€ 137.000,00

This Bavaria 49 from 2003 is a spacious 5 cabin, 12 berth, cruiser active on the Mediterranean charter circuit and ready for a new home. It would suit someone looking to get into the charter business themselves, expand their fleet, as well as a private buyer with an eye for a project. She is in good condition in general and was last out of the water in May 2023, serviced and made ready for the 2023 season. If you are looking for a solid, reliable vessel where you can still add your own personal touch, this could be the boat for you.

  • Build year2003
  • LOA14.95 x 4.46 x 2.10
  • HullGRP
  • EngineVOLVO 78 PK

Dufour 430 Grand Large DEMO

€ 350.000,00

New and complete Dufour 430 which is available in March 2023! Unique opportunity You want greater thrills and you want them easily. Performance is simple. The search for balance is the primary goal of the Dufour 430, 43-foot sailing yacht. An authentic cruiser with exceptional seafaring qualities, it truly embodies the aspiration of Dufour sailing yachts.Naturally elegant, it stands out with its sleek hull and slightly higher and rounded rear bilge to contrast with its streamlined hull recess. The deck is perfectly optimised with easy on-board movement and extensive premium equipment.

  • Build year2023
  • LOA13.24 x 4.3 x 2.1
  • HullGRP (Polyester)

Bavaria 36-3 Gadekela

€ 74.900,00

  • Build year2004
  • LOA11.4 x 3.6 x 1.65
  • HullGRP (Polyester)

Wanderer 37 Casarca

€ 225.000,00

  • Build year2009
  • LOA11.9 x 3.72 x 0.92
  • HullSteel

Tirion HP28

€ 45.000,00

Distinctive and good sailing Daysailer, with full interior. The Tirion HP28 is a good sailing yacht, with pleasant sailing characteristics. The hull design is by De Ridder Yachtdesign. The Tirrion HP28 has a well thought-out construction, which also makes the yacht easy and comfortable to sail. This one off HP version is built with an eye for detail, resulting in a distinctive yacht, with beautifully executed details. Although the yacht is designed as a Daysailer, this description does not do justice to the possibilities of this HP28. Inside you will find a practical, but full-fledged interior for a comfortable stay on board. For example, the yacht has a fore cabin, toilet and small galley.

  • Build year2016
  • LOA8.85 x 2.59 x 1.15
  • HullComposite

Van De Stadt 40 Caribbean

€ 79.000,00

Solid and sturdy sailing yacht, with good sailing characteristics Tough and well-sailing aluminum sailing yacht, by the hand of Van de Stadt. As the designer himself puts it; "the Caribbean is the answer to the demand for a comfortable, seagoing sailing yacht. A fast sailor, for long crossings."

  • Build year2006
  • LOA12 x 4 x 2
  • HullAluminium
  • EngineGereviseerde OM616 in 2006 ingebouwd PK

Colvic Victor 40

€ 27.500,00

Ketch rigged sailing yacht with deck salon and center cockpit. The first owner brought the hull to the Netherlands and then finished it in-house. The current owners have enjoyed using the ship for 31 years but have now decided that it is time to say goodbye to her. It is a sailing yacht with plenty of living space and a headroom up to around 1.93 m in the salon. The owner's cabin is equipped with a double bed and has an en-suite bathroom. In total, there are 7 berths on board. It is a spacious sailing yacht with a well thought-out layout. There is a good view outwards from the deck salon. The teak deck requires attention and may need replacing, which in our opinion, the ship is definitely still worth it.

  • Build year1983
  • LOA12.19 x 3.81 x 1.83
  • Hullpolyester
  • EngineVolvo Penta
    MD21a 75 pk, 55 kW PK

Hallberg Rassy 29 Altaïr

€ 38.000,00

One of the later ships in this series. Nice, solid and neat ship. General Other: sprayhood / cockpit tent of 2015.verstaging/standing and running rigging renewed in 2017. batteries of 2023, engine maintenance annually by maintenance company. Boat in winter on shore under winter tent, annual antifouling. gas detector, ground fault circuit interrupter. Accommodation Cooker & fuel: Optimus Engine, electrics, water Cooling system: outside water/ intercooling Rig and sails Spars, stays: Seldom Winches: Lewmar 2x 8 and 2x 40ST Genoa: Doyle 28 m2 Jib: Doyle 20 m2 Equipment Boat cover: winter tent over entire ship Safety Life jackets: 2x Talamex and 2x Besto

  • Build year1990
  • LOA8.9 x 2.83 x 1.59
  • HullGRP (Polyester)

Bavaria 45 Cruiser Sea Drive 2

€ 149.950,00

Well maintained spacious sailing yacht for longer trips comfortable sailing with many extras

  • Build year2011
  • LOA13.6 x 4.35 x 2.15
  • HullGRP (Polyester)

Alexander Stephen & Sons 36 mtr Schooner

€ 2.250.000,00

A time machine can't be bought but luckily, Thendara can! With the exception of a few details, she is the same as she was when delivered brand new in 1937. Everything about this sailing yacht represents quality and craftsmanship. Thendara is for the enthusiast who puts authenticity above everything else. The proper modifications have been made over the years to ensure seaworthiness and comfort on board.

  • Build year1936
  • LOA36.50 x 6.09 x 3.90
  • Hullwood
  • EngineVolvo Penta 238 PK

Bavaria 32 Cruiser

€ 45.000,00

The Bavaria 32 Cruiser boasts all the comforts of home and her sparkling performance and responsive handling make her fun and a pleasure to drive. It came with a deep-fin keel which delivers good manoeuvrability. It also has a voluminous cabinhouse and lots of freeboard, so it isn't exactly surprising when you step aboard and find the boat seems quite large for its length. Good headroom and well-sized berths will comfortably accommodate two couples or a small family, and there's plenty of stowage for coastal cruising.

  • Build year2004
  • LOA10.30 x 3.55 x 1.50
  • HullGRP
  • EngineVolvo Penta 19 PK

Dehler 31 Dehlight

€ 25.950,00

Sailing boat in good condition Professional photos will follow soon, as well as additions to the specifications. This Dehler 31 Nova Top is an excellent sailor and has been well maintained. Due to the limited headroom and the shallow keel of 150 cm, this Dehler is very suitable for sailing in Friesland and on the Randmeren. Of course, the boat is also suitable for longer trips at sea. The headroom is 182 cm. The shipyard has had this model in development for a long time and therefore improvements have been made all the time to improve the sailing characteristics and comfort. In the last year there have been some major modifications and improvements. The underwater hull has been completely stripped bare and re-coated. The cockpit bench has been reupholstered with Flexteek, the toilet and gas hoses have been replaced and a new gel battery (120Ah) has been installed. An additional weed bin and breather has also been installed on the engine. The Nova Top version has a reverse jib, self-tailing winches and spinnaker preparation.

  • Build year1989
  • LOA9.4 x 3.05 x 1.5
  • HullGRP (Polyester)

Bavaria 38-3 Seewyn

€ 84.500,00

Yacht broker Dick Schmeinck 0031 88-2502502

  • Build year2002
  • LOA11.5 x 3.9 x 1.7
  • HullGRP (Polyester)

Catalina 320 Amazone

€ 64.000,00

Beautifully maintained Catalina 320. More information to follow More information to follow!

  • Build year2000
  • LOA10.44 x 3.58 x 1.32
  • HullGRP (Polyester)


€ 59.000,00

Yanmar, 3 cylinder, 27 HP 'Warlord'. Second owner from Holland, sailmaker, brought several classic J boats back to new condition. Since then Ship name; 'J- Rover'. Third owner, Dutch couple, he also worked in the maritime industry and have toured with this boat and always sailed and maintained the boat with 'love'. The current owner has previously owned 2 other types of J-boats, J-Rover is his third J. The J/39 was originally conceived and designed to compete under any handicap rule that was popular in the 1990's. This model fit into the European CHS/UNCL (now IRC) class of the day and actively raced at such events. Since then the J/39 has enjoyed success racing under multiple handicapping systems, a testimonial to its all around performance worldwide. To date, it competes well under ORR, IRC, CORC and the PHRF handicap system. Several owners have also converted their J/39s for cruising. While the design concept of the J/39 is similar to J/Boats other successful designs (like the J/41) with low freeboard, wide decks for effective hiking, a high aspect masthead rig, low wetted surface, long effective sailing length for therating, the shape is not precisely a scaled down version of the J/41 IOR boat.The stern is a bit wider for more power and the throat is closer in concept to the other offshore designs with a low VCG for good stability and a more forgiving shape to reduce the incidence of stalling. Deck- Deck layout for the boat is simple yet efficient with a small cabin house and a large single level racing cockpit with mainsheet traveler that separates the helmsman from the crew. Steering is by tiller attached to a balanced rudder supported by Harken roller bearings. Interior- The layout of the interior is functional with a V-berth, walk-thru head forward, proper settee berths in the main salon aft of a centralized galley. The Yanmar engine is located just under the companionway ladder with quarter berths to both port and starboard. Pipe berths were offered above each of the main settee berths and quarter berths to accommodate crew for offshore distance races. Rig- The J/39 has a triple in-line spreader masthead aluminum rig with a high aspect mainsail and overlapping headsails. Running rigging is Navtec rod with open body Navtec turnbuckles. The spar package was built by Hall Spars of Bristol, RI. 1991 Built to

  • Build year1992
  • LOA12 x 3.76 x 2.15
  • HullGRP (Polyester)