Shelagh  SheDelta 94

Shelagh is a real head turner - a truly exeptional boat!

Currently owned by the proprietor of one of the top yacht service companies on the south coast it is clear that the renovations and maintenance of this little jewel far exceeds anything a sane man could desire!

It is certainly worth reading the details found in these specifications to understand just how much work and equipment has been lavished on her over the few years. This boat I ready to go!

Shelagh.pdf Interior photos Svenholm  Loki Class Design 1001 Buran Is a SS 34 built by Aquafibre in 1970. It is located in Loch Aline off the sound of Mull. Buran  SS 34 She-Nor  SS 6.6

This S&S 6.6 (30ft) is a fast, stable cruiser/racer, if this is your vessel of choice then look no further. In its present ownership for the last 29 years, it has been lovingly maintained to a high standard. The yacht has seen constant upgrade and modernisation whilst maintaining the pedigree and vision that the designers had for her. Built in Finland by A.A-Boat she has a heavy lay up hull and encapsulated lead keel. Large cockpit with "Tek Dek" finish.
Roller genoa furling gear added in 2008 making single or short handed sailing a
Economical 1998 Yanmar twin 20hp diesel, 641hrs, in excellent order. Below decks provides berths for 4/5 persons and has 6 foot standing headroom. Boat cradle.

Yacht She Nor Spec and inventoryFeb18.pdf Buran.pdf

Sy Sani new winter price, now only Euro 12.500!

This very well equipped S&S 34 seeks a new owner, who will love her as much as the present. It is a 1968 build in the rare configuration with the engine under the stairs and a long galley in starboard side, comfortable design for cruising. Sy Sani is moored in Marina Viana do Castelo in North Portugal.

Sy Sani   S&S 34 SY SANI (2).pdf Sales contact Fairwyn Fairwyn 2.pdf Sales contact

SVENHOLM was built as a 38 feet cruiser/racer in 1954 by the shipyard Heidtmann in Hamburg/Germany and launched at that time as “Hobby”. She was part of a series of ten boats, which were built at Heidtmanns yard for German and American customers, and they all were called the “S&S Lokis”, designed by Olin Stephens in 1947 (Design 619:  two boats  “Loki” and “Chance”), 1953/54 (Design 1001: 12 boats including SVENHOLM).



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