Looking for a junk rigged cruising vessel 29-33 ft

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  • 27 Dec 2018 09:03
    Reply # 6973269 on 6878834
    Anonymous wrote:

    Hi everyone,

    I'm heading over to Europe in a week or so and going to check out a possible new boat ,

    but , I thought that I'd just put this out there ... in the possibility that someone else may be considering selling.

    I presently live in California , but travel for work and am looking to live and sail on a junk rigged boat somewhere in Southern Europe over the next few years. (obviously no place permanent .....that's what the boat is for!)

    Any ideas???


    thanks

    Jonny

    p.s. I'll be in Spain , Portugal , The U.K. and Netherlands ...but can always jump on a Ryanair flight for an interesting boat.

    Hi Jonni

    Regarding your post, I own and is for sale a 40 foot Aphrodite made by Najad in Sweden.

    Although not a junk, is a ketch and very geriatric with fairly managable sails, new Volvo engine new rigging etc. I sailed it single handed from Charleston SC to Ibiza Spain in 2009. It has US flag and UK registration numbers so it can go either way. Is also customs paid in the EU. The boat is a center cockpit from 1985. I would consider Eu30,000.

    eivissa49@gmail.com

  • 27 Dec 2018 14:09
    Reply # 6973405 on 6959496
    Anonymous wrote:

    Hello, there's a jonque de plaisance 12.50m on sale in France :

    https://www.leboncoin.fr/nautisme/1530106409.htm/

    Bigger than what you want, but a good live-aboard.

    Zero response to enquiry made.
  • 28 Dec 2018 12:06
    Reply # 6974891 on 6973031
    Anonymous wrote:
    Anonymous wrote:

    Hello, we have just put our steel hulled Triple Mast Chinese Junk on the market. At 54' she may be bigger than what you are looking for but I thought I would mention it.

    She is called T'ai Shan and was built by A J Richardson and designed by Tom Colvin in the mid 1980's.

    I have attached a picture, if you would like any more information then let me know and I can email you.

    Many thanks

    Rich


     

    Hi Rich,

    I'd like to know more.

    Best regards,

    Max


    Hi Max

    So sorry for the delay in responding. Just got back from a few days away but I will reply with more information by the end of the day if that's OK.

    Many thanks 

    Rich

  • 28 Dec 2018 21:22
    Reply # 6975498 on 6974891
    Anonymous wrote:
    Anonymous wrote:
    Anonymous wrote:

    Hello, we have just put our steel hulled Triple Mast Chinese Junk on the market. At 54' she may be bigger than what you are looking for but I thought I would mention it.

    She is called T'ai Shan and was built by A J Richardson and designed by Tom Colvin in the mid 1980's.

    I have attached a picture, if you would like any more information then let me know and I can email you.

    Many thanks

    Rich


     

    Hi Rich,

    I'd like to know more.

    Best regards,

    Max


    Hi Max

    So sorry for the delay in responding. Just got back from a few days away but I will reply with more information by the end of the day if that's OK.

    Many thanks 

    Rich


    Hi Max

    I have uploaded some photos of T'ai Shan and there is a PDF document with further details and specifications.

    If you would like anymore information please let me know.

    Many thanks

    Rich

  • 29 Dec 2018 07:33
    Reply # 6975949 on 6878834

    Richard is T'ai Shan free to a good home or do you have a price on her?

  • 30 Dec 2018 13:20
    Reply # 6976787 on 6975949
    Anonymous wrote:

    Richard is T'ai Shan free to a good home or do you have a price on her?

    Hello
    It is currently on the market for just under £120,000
    However, our story is that we bought it in 2013 and thought it would be a life time purchase. Our circumstances have changed, my daughter has been in hospital for the last two and a half years and we now need to move back into a house for the foreseeable future.
    The previous owner and ourselves have done a lot of work to get T'ai Shan to where she is now. As with any project, there is still work to be done.
    We are open to offers and our hope is to sell T'ai Shan to someone who appreciates the uniqueness of the junk rig.
    Rich


  • 30 Dec 2018 15:58
    Reply # 6976860 on 6976787
    Anonymous wrote:
    Anonymous wrote:

    Richard is T'ai Shan free to a good home or do you have a price on her?

    Hello
    It is currently on the market for just under £120,000
    However, our story is that we bought it in 2013 and thought it would be a life time purchase. Our circumstances have changed, my daughter has been in hospital for the last two and a half years and we now need to move back into a house for the foreseeable future.
    The previous owner and ourselves have done a lot of work to get T'ai Shan to where she is now. As with any project, there is still work to be done.
    We are open to offers and our hope is to sell T'ai Shan to someone who appreciates the uniqueness of the junk rig.
    Rich



    Wow, beautiful ship! It's too much boat for me, but if I had a family it would be ideal. Good luck selling her to a good home.
  • 10 Jan 2019 19:06
    Reply # 6993856 on 6878834

    Hi Jonnhy,

    La Chica, my Tahitianna 32 junk schooner, will be for sale in the next few weeks. She a very solidly built steel ocean cruiser, very well conceived and built, and all fully equipped for any trip anywhere (except maybe for a liferaft if you fancy those).

    Check out the picture. I can send more details if you are interested. There will be a detailed add posted soon.

    The only thing is that La Chica is now in New Zealand. Could consider some sort of delivery arrangements...

    I'm not entirely decided on the price yet, but it will be around the 60k NZD mark (35k euros).

    Cheers



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