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    Fox and Son - 47' Motor yacht

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    • Fox and Son - 47' Motor yacht for sale in United Kingdom
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    • Fox and Son - 47' Motor yacht
    • Fox and Son - 47' Motor yacht

    Yachting BrokersYachting Brokers are pleased to offer for sale an East Coast motoryacht and a distinguished member of the Association of Dunkirk Little Ships. Fedalma II is a serious sea going motoryacht with handsome lines and bags on space on board both above and below decks. The boat was built of teak on oak by Charles H Fox in 1936 for Claud Scrutton. The flying bridge areas were added in the mid sixties when she was chartered in the med by an owner called John Simpson. At that time he also replaced the original schooner rig with a 38ft main mast and mizzen. However this was later reduced by a subsequent owner, John Knight, to a more manageable 23’. The boat is for sale afloat and may have the option of a deep water mooring on the River Deben. Appointments to view can be booked in advance directly with Paul Singer of Yachting Brokers

    Yachting Brokers are yacht brokers and consultants providing a full service brokerage across the UK and the South West UK. We are full members of the British Boat Retailers and Brokers Association and British Marine
    £ 55,000
    Category:Motor Boat
    Sales status:available
    Manufacturer:Fox and Son
    Model:47' Motor yacht
    Currency:GBP
    Year built:1937
    Length:13.99 m
    Beam:3.35 m
    Condition:used
    Sale:Trade
    Engine manufacturer:ford (new holland)
    No. of engines:2
    Fuel:Diesel
    Material hull:teak on oak
    WC & bathrooms:true
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    Builderfox and son
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