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How to start your kids dinghy sailing

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Getting your kids into dinghy sailing can be hugely rewarding and a great way of introducing them to skills which will stand them in good stead for any pastime on the water. Paula Irish shares her top tips gleaned from the experience of introducing her two children to the sport. Dinghy sailing is a fabulous sport for children, and it can lead to a lifetime's passion... Yacht for Sale if you get it right (for more tips on getting your kids hooked on boating, read Get your family boating in 6 steps). Waders were a last resort when I started helping my children to sail. Hardly a fashion item, but it saves getting cold and wet in wellies or flip flops, it’s simpler than forever repairing scrapes to the boat, and far less stressful than watching a child struggle to launch independently in a breeze. Boats for Sale Rather embarrassingly, at just over 5ft tall, the waders make me look like an Oompa-Loompa. But it raises a smile from the kids on shore, even those nervous at the

How to water ski

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Learning to waterski can be amusing for spectators, but our guide can help you make those first steps as smooth as possible. Learning to water ski is something to which you want to bring a video camera, because no one nails it right out of the gates. Keep those videos so you can laugh at them later, when you’ve progressed a little. Yacht Market But seriously, the usual progression for water skiing is to learn using a pair of skis, then dropping one so you can slalom and then doing deep-water starts with one ski, so you don’t have to go back and chase after the ski you left behind. Yacht for Sale I’ve never heard of one getting stolen or disappearing, but if you’re skiing on a river, it’s not going to stay where you left it. man learning how to water ski THE BASIC EQUIPMENT FOR WATERSKIING Some fundamental information includes having the basic equipment: a serviceable pair of skis, a good ski rope, a personal flotation vest and, well, a boat. Boats for Sale The ski

Welcome to the new blog from Yachts Market

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Welcome to the new blog form Yachts Markt. Here we will be writing about the boats, the people and the places that we are involved with, bringing stories of boats we have sold in the past, new boats coming on the market and tales of the people who sail them and who work with them. Yacht Market Yesterday I had an early start in the rain for a meeting in Plymouth with a couple on their 18T Hillyard, Maffick. Yacht for Sale They arrived in Plymouth after an uncomfortable crossing from Vigo across Biscay, which was the last voyage of a journey that has seen them sail over 30,000Nm from Russia to the Caribbean in the last 12 years. Having bought the boat on the East coast in a very sorry state, they took her to Hilyards in Littlehampton and had a new deck and coachroof. the keelbolts were replaced, new rigging, engine out and reconditioned in the living room at home, and the interior largely rebuilt. The boat has been their floating home now for 12 years while exploring right acro

‘PETTIFOX’ is relaunched!

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Last Thursday saw the relaunch of ‘Pettifox’ which is now owned by John and Flick Moody of John Moody Marine Timber. They have been working incredibly hard on her at Baltic Wharf boatyard since they purchased her and she really does look a million dollars, putting lots of other boats on the river to shame! Boats for Sale ‘Pettifox’ was built in 1992 by Peter Martin on the Isles of Scilly to a design by Frenchman Francoise Vivier. Vivier’s boats have become well known in Brittany with strong influences from the traditional working and fishing boats that have been built there for many years. Yacht for Sale She has that typical high bow, lovely sweeping sheer line going aft to the raked transom that falls to a very deep heel with a sharp rise on the keel going forward to a fairly shallow forefoot. These characterisitics made the French boats very seaworthy and dry but also very fast as they sailed on the beautiful planking run going aft and the deep heel. Although she has a gaf

Busy week on the River Dart

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Regatta week is here again in Dartmouth, how do we know? because the fair rolled into town, loads of boats turned up and it’s raining! Sunday and Monday saw the heats and semi finals for the rowing races take place with crews representing every drinking establishment in town racing the slightly cumbersome ‘whalers’ and the slippy ‘blue’ boats from the higher ferry to the lower ferry. Monday was a foul day for rowing with a strong southerly wind and racing flood tide making it a hard pull up the course, but the best crews came through to race in the finals next Friday. Yacht Market This week also saw the arrival of the newly built 3 masted lugger ‘Grayhound’ built by Marcus and Freya down in Millbrook, Plymouth. She is a replica 18th century lugger, and Marcus and Freya plan to do traditional sailing holidays and sail training onboard, starting next spring. Yacht for Sale see their website www.grayhoundluggersailing.com for more information, pictures and stories from the build

Scottish visit

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I was recently reminded that there can be no better sailing grounds in Europe than the West Coast of Scotland. I said this to my friends on board their yacht in Troon Marina but was quickly reminded to qualify my admiration of their home waters with a caveat on the weather and the midges. Crossing over to Hunter’s Quay on the car ferry with the blue mountains of Bute standing high above the blue waters of the Clyde under a bright blue afternoon sky there was nowhere better to be on the water. Boats for Sale They don’t make it easy for passengers on that ferry. No car park, no ticket kiosk, no cafe, no loo, just a ramp alongside the road apparently in the middle of nowhere and an insignificant sign. Yacht for Sale Car parking for a mile either direction is restricted to an hour so it was a pleasant walk in the afternoon sun. Yacht Market I was on my way to see the Reg Freeman motor sailer Skelgoose in the Holy Loch. The same owner also had a fine little Silvers-built mo

What makes a boat popular?

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What makes a boat popular 15 years ago I found a gaff cutter for some old friends. She started life as a Cornish sailing fishing boat built in Mevagissey around 1895, typical of hundreds such boats working Cornish inshore waters. Yacht for Sale Naturally they wanted reassurance that when they came to selling they would not find they had a worthless lump of very old firewood on their hands which I gave them with confidence. Now 15 years later, 2 voyages to Scotland and back to C ornwall, many great days sailing around the West C ountry, Scilly Isles and the Brittany regattas at Douarnenez and Brest their ownership had run it’s course and she went into the market. Boats for Sale I always thought she was a pretty little boat, she just looked right, she was largely yard maintained, sound and tidy though by no means an immaculate restored boat like some we see but she had a certain charm which is difficult to define though instantly recognised. Yacht Market At a price in the

Busy week at the brokerage

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We have had a busy couple of weeks here with several sold boats moving around the country to new owners and lots of boats coming on the market that need viewing. Yacht Market Last week saw Eda Frandsen, the 53′ Danish gaff cutter move from the wilds of West Scotland to her new base in Cornwall. Jamie and Penny, who have run the very successful charter business Eda Frandsen Sailing for over 16 years now, have hung up their oil skins and are moving on to different activities. The boat has been bought by experienced charter skipper James Mackenzie and his girlfriend Becky who will carry on taking guests sailing on the west coast of Scotland and South West England. It was not ideal weather for their first voyage as new owners, being forced to put up the trisail after a day at sea! James was almost shocked at how well she dealt with the weather and could hardly believe that after a real hammering there was not one drop of water in the bilge! This is a testament not only to the desi

Tough times

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There is a lot of interest in rebuilding wooden yachts, especially in these tough times when lumps sums of capital to buy is in short supply but significant payments can be made out of income thus spreading the cost. Yacht Market We are also seeing once again a desire to buy cheap and refit rather than buy sound and complete in the first place. 35 years ago when I started Yachts Markt plastic was all the rage and wood dropped off the radar as being simply old fashioned and out of date. The incredibly quick change from wood to plastic over just 3 or 4 seasons must be taken in conjunction with other socio-economic changes at the time. Motor cars, once a major investment and life-changing purchase had become disposable items, new towns like Welwyn Garden City and Harlow were well established and growing, super-markets, ready meals, social mobility, everything we regard as normal had only recently been firmly established and suddenly it was the turn of sports, especially expensive sports