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Boatshed Portsmouth are very pleased to be offering this Westerly Seahawk 34 for sale. She is in good condition and boasts new standing rigging in 2013, another of her unique features is the fantastically sized cockpit tent (see pictures below) it really does create a whole other room.
The Boatshed brokers are busy bees, but sometimes they ponder what has happened to aboat after it has changed owners, especially when sold to someone who has a specific objective in mind as to why they need a certain vessel.
Festive music and twinkling lights are always an integral part of Christmas shopping, but a canalside market can offer so much more, such as Santa cruises, floating traders and a nostalgic, Dickensian atmosphere. Here are some of our best seasonal suggestions for winter fayres this year.
Never appealed to me but clearly, the challenge is irresistible for some. OK, so you can 'tick it off' on your completed 'list' but there has got to be more to it than that ? Some sailors make the crossing for charity and some simply do it because 'it is in their blood'.
At Boatshed we pride ourselves on really getting to know the boats we have for sale. This means from time to time we come across interesting vessels that are worth an extra mention.
At Christmas time we don't necessarily associate Santa's sleigh with the water. However this year Boatshed have some top tips on having festive fun by the waterside and a couple of chances to dress your vessel up and take part in the events.
Another day at Boatshed Portsmouth as they oversee the transport of a boat which had completed her sale and is off to bonnie Scotland!
The recent cold weather snap has given us a sharp reminder that winter is finally on its way.
At Boatshed we pride ourselves on really getting to know the boats we have for sale. This means from time to time we come across vessels with such an interesting history it’s worth an extramention.
At Boatshed we pride ourselves on really getting to know the boats we have for sale. This means from time to time we come across vessels with such an interesting history they are worth an extra mention.
Next months auction commences on Thursday 11th December and runs until Tuesday 15th December. There are a large variety of boats for sale, here are just a selection of the boats featured:
As a boat owner, I have always taken out insurance to protect myself against the unknown but I have never really considered breakdown protection.
I recently published a blog explaining how our Preferred Partners Scheme works. As a follow on A day in the life of series was born, starting with.... A day if the life of a Sail Maker!
Thank you applications now closed
Congratulations go to Richard Slape. We had thousands of entries to the competition. Ian Dawes Yacht Broker from Boatshed Port Solent, Wendy Barker from Boatshed HQ and Chrissie Capel from Boatshed HQ met Richard and his son Peter at Trafalgar Wharf near Port Solent, UK to present the prize. Richard was picked from the entries having correctly answered the following questions:
It's an online auction site for used boats where potential customers can bid to purchase the boat of their dreams. BoatBid.com's process means you can bid with confidence, each boat can be surveyed and sea trialled before you make the final decision to purchase.
Boating charities and waterways attractions offer a variety of eerie entertainment choices around this time of year, for those who love narrowboats and canals.
Boatshed are now working with a series of Local, National and International companies to offer you discounts on equipment and services for your boat.
A few weeks ago the Boatshed team decided to pull into Fowey. We didn’t quite realise that it was also the Fowey Regatta, so this made things a little busier than normal. If you have never visited Fowey, I can strongly recommend it. It seems to be a completely boat mad place. In fact, salt seems to be wired into the population’s DNA as I think you would be hard pressed to find a more nautically keen location in the UK. Everything about it says boats and boating. What we really liked was the very practical traditional approach to sailing and motor boating.
Island Harbour Marina is one of the Solent's best-kept secrets. Situated two miles south of Cowes on the River Medina. Its a peaceful marina with over 200 berths for annual moorings and visiting yachts and great facilities including...