Buy used ketches in Dorset

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    Ketch Bruce Roberts Spray 40

    165.737 €

    (VAT included )

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Dorset (United Kingdom)
    • Year : 2010
    • Length: 13,5m.
    • Bruce Roberts Spray 40 13.5 m from Length. Electronics: vhf, radio, depthsounder, wind speed and direction, tv set, plotter, compass, radar, log speedometer, gps, autopilot. ...

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    Ketch Admiralty GAFF RIGGED KETCH

    95.442 €

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Dorset (United Kingdom)
    • Year : 1944
    • Length: 16,15m.
    • Admiralty GAFF RIGGED KETCH 16.15 m from Length. Electronics: plotter, navigation center, radar, compass, vhf, depthsounder, gps. Electricity / Motor:generator. Deck equipment: ...

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    Ketch Holman Landfall Ketch

    74.296 €

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Dorset (United Kingdom)
    • Year : 1972
    • Length: 12,07m.
    • Holman Landfall Ketch 12.07 m from Length 1,5 m from Draft. Observations: [b]brokers comments[/b][p]“she is a spacious vessel, not a racer, but carries sail well and keeps ...

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Dorset is one of the counties of England, with Dorchester as its capital. Is located in the south-west of the British island, and it is two and a half hours away from London by train. Considered to be one of the most sunny counties of England, Dorset is a green and pleasant region, a land of contrasts where you can enjoy the traditional rural England, spectacular countryside and a stunning coastline.

Its coastline stretches along 140 kilometres of fine sandy beaches, incomparable with those in other regions of England. The coast is famous for the numerous archaeological sites, its natural characteristics and its historic towns and cities. Its cliffs have been referred to as the Jurassic Coast and declared as the First Natural World Heritage Site of England.