Boat Sales


Ravensail Hurley 22, a classic small cruising yacht with 4 berths, seawater heads and 2-ring and grill gas cooker. It was built between 1980 and 1986 and boat resembles photograph of 86 model found on Hurley Owners Association website. (No makers plate therefore no knowledge of actual year of build).

Purchased 2008. Wintered ashore and anti-fouled every year to date.

2009 - New sails (Owen Sails) and Furlex self furling.

2011 - New winches; shroud end fittings; companionway repairs and new hatch.

2012 - New seacock for heads outflow

5hp Evinrude 2 stroke outboard with electrical power output; fully serviced in 2008; checked over and new impeller - 2011; outboard little used, less than 10lts of fuel per year.


Contact - Mick Stewart, 01786 463782

 or mobile 0774 335 7487.



25’ 1977 Jeanneau Sangria

Since 2010, Hulk (like the "incredible" one) brought its current owners around southern Britany, in the Scillies, along the West Coast of Ireland, and, for the past 3 years, in the North-West Scottish Isles.  Hulk is equipped for safe distance sailing.  

Not necessarily well known in the UK, the "Sangria" is one of the most successful models in French yachting history Some have crossed the Atlantic, most are still used within French coastal waters.

Hulk has the particularity of being extremely well equipped.

She is visible in Port Bannatyne, Bute island, Scotland.  She is safely stowed ashore for the winter and will be back in the water by spring 2018.


A lot more information, including recent pictures, inventory, and history, on Hulk’s web site:



- Ready to sail.

- Current owner willing to debrief carefully the future owner and prepare the boat for the next season.

- Extensive refit in 2010-11.

- Always sailed, never left in the water without sailing, all off-seasons period ashore.

- Regularly updated, used for sailing in all conditions, extremely safe and reliable.

- Will be stored ashore in Port Bannatyne this winter, hull work (polishing, anti-fouling), and engine maintenance are or will be conducted.

Contact Jean-Paul Vanderlinden:





Where to find us:

Port Bannatyne Marina Kames Bay Marine Road

Port Bannatyne PA20 0LT

Phone: 01700 503116

Office Opening Hours: 0900-1700

Dredged to 2.4 meters Below Chart Datum

Accessible at all states of the Tide

Breakwater Navigation Light

Position: End of Breakwater. 

Lat: 55 51.771 North.

Long: 005 05.148 West.

Range: 2 nautical miles.

Fl Red 4s.

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Berthing Enquiry

To enquire further about long or short stay berthing call us now on 01700 503116 or complete our contact form and we will call you back.

Visitor Berthing

Call us on VHF Channel 37 (M1 or P1) or 01700 503116. Visitor berths may be available on pontoon D [See Marina Map] by arrangment, space permitting.

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