1970 Other Alfred Mylne Ketch
Have you ever considered living in the Caribbean cruising the islands while earning a living by chartering your own yacht? This is the ideal opportunity. This fine classic yacht is believed to be the last wooden vessel built in the Bute shipyard in Scotland, under the personal supervision of the renowned designer Alfred Mylne.
Originally commissioned as a gentlemans yacht, she later became a familiar sight when she was successfully chartered in the Caribbean through the 70’s and 80’s and boasts an eclectic list of celebrity clientele. After returning to Europe for an extensive and fully documented refit the current owner sailed her to the Pacific then back to the Caribbean a few years ago for some gentle cruising and a few charters.
Due to the owners other business commitments regrettably she must now go. Her cutter rig is easy to handle short-handed and with accommodation for 7 guests in 3 staterooms with 2 heads aft, and separate accommodation for 3 crew forward together with their own head, she is ideally laid out for crewed chartering, with an extensive aft teak deck ideal for entertaining. Please contact me for a full specification, inventory, and details of her well documented history.
This is the ideal yacht for anyone looking for a lifestyle change and offers the opportunity to create your own niche in the classic charter business, and is offered for sale at a fraction of the cost of a replacement vessel with the benefit of a recent extensive refit where no expense was spared. OFFERS INVITED FOR A QUICK SALE: US$ 249,500.