8 under 40
Edmiston has eight yachts for sale in four categories proving that fun begins at under 40 metres. From classic racing to long-range discovery and from contemporary cruising to elegant sailing, it is the quality of the experience not the size of yacht that counts.
To race: ENDEAVOUR or THENDARA
J-Class yachts are the pinnacle of the classic regatta circuit. Built in 1934 to compete in the America’s Cup, ENDEAVOUR is the most original and famous racing sloop in the world. Totally restored, upgraded and maintained regardless of cost, the yacht is immaculate. Ready to race or cruise, owning Endeavour bestows the honour of being the guardian of a piece of maritime history. She sails superbly and provides classic comfort for her eight guests.
Camper & Nicholsons, 1934 / 2012, 40m / 130ft, €17.5m
Built in 1936 and then totally rebuilt in 1994, THENDARA was conceived by naval architect, Alfred Mylne, for comfortable racing but turned out to be highly competitive, winning several major regattas. A handsomely restored gaff rigged ketch with generous space inside including a dog-house, Thendara is ideal for racing or family cruising.
Alexander Stephen & Sons, 1936 / 2014, 37m / 120ft, 6 guests, €3.75m (VAT paid)
To cruise: GTT115 or Atmosphere
With a custom interior, ATMOSPHERE is unlike any other 30 metre Azimut. Her extended flybridge provides so much space for entertaining or just relaxing in the perfect anchorage. With low engine hours and new teak decking she is in fine condition. VAT paid, well priced, Atmosphere is one of the best fast cruising yachts on the market.
Azimut, 2008, 30m / 98ft, 8 guests, €2.5m (VAT paid)
Designed by Porsche, GT115 has a fast displacement hull and sub sea wing for increased speed and fuel efficiency, diesel electric power, XIR glass technology and an incredible 95 square metre sun deck. As a new yacht she comes with full warranty, as a new design the GT115 is exciting, smart and dramatically different.
Dynamiq, 2018, 35m / 115ft, 6 guests, €12.9m
To explore: Zulu or Bijoux II
Built in Holland at Moonen, BIJOUX II has the capability and comfort factor for long-distance discovery cruising in a hull of only 30 metres. Spacious and with a beautifully crafted classic contemporary interior, a price reduction of almost €2million makes this yacht very competitive.
Moonen, 2016, 30m / 98ft, 10 guests, €7.95m (VAT paid)
If you have a sense of adventure, ZULU has a cruising range of well over 5,000 miles. Deck space is exceptional not just for the amount but also because it is so varied. From a sun deck (with Jacuzzi) that could be an excellent vantage point while underway, down to the split-level swimming platform that extends out over the sea. Distinctive, fuel-efficient, Zulu ticks a lot of boxes.
Inace, 2009 / 2018, 36m / 118ft, 11 guests, €8.5m (VAT paid)
To sail: Rapture or Si Vis Pacem
For sailing aficionados, 30 metre RAPTURE is a true thoroughbred. Designed by Bruce Farr, built by Southern Wind, this fast, tough sloop has a carbon Kevlar hull and competed in the ultimate challenge of the Sydney to Hobart race. With new sails and rigging, she was repainted in 2016 and passed her Lloyds 10-year survey. In excellent condition, Rapture is a family cruising yacht with a definite edge.
Southern Wind, 2007 / 2018, 30m / 98ft, 8 guests, €3.65m
The Bruce Farr, Nauta, Southern Wind trio also produced 24 metre SI VIS PACEM. Well capable of blue water cruising, this yacht is comfortable, easy to handle and has the type of slick performance that makes these sloops so desirable. Competitively priced for an autumn sale.
Southern Wind, 2005 / 2018, 24m / 79ft, 6 guests, €1.65m
7th November 2018 |