Wooden Boat Bureau – advice for buyers and sellers

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WOODEN BOAT BUREAU

OUR AIM: To inform and enthuse interest in the joys of owning and sailing traditional and classic wooden boats. Perhaps you have fallen out of love with your current boat, or are seeking to regain a childhood memory.

OUR GOAL: The promotion of partnerships between wooden boats and owners for the benefit of all.

ADVICE: You don’t have to know everything about the classic boat market. That’s what we specialize in. We are uniquely placed to offer impartial, up-to-date market information and objective advice to both sellers and buyers. So if you are looking for a wooden boat or considering selling – contact

waitematawoodys@gmail.com

To view a sample selection of classic woodys berthed at the virtual Wooden Boat Bureau dock, click this link https://waitematawoodys.com/2020/10/17/will-you-be-boating-this-summer/

We are currently accepting select new listings and are always glad to represent buyers who are beginning their search.

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22 thoughts on “Wooden Boat Bureau – advice for buyers and sellers

  1. Does anyone know the whereabouts of a Ketch, which back in the late 1960’s early 1970’s, was named KIMBALA.
    It was owned by my uncle Keneth McLeod of One Tree Hill, and was then moored on a swing mooring, close to the RNZYS at Westhaven.

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  3. Hi would anyone know anything about vessel on trade me SEA HAWK
    Have been told could be 1915 millar tunnage thank you

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  4. Hi there I am currently carrying out some repairs on my 1949 Lanes launch and need to bed down the new rudder blocks but unsure what’s the best bedding compound to use? Can anyone give me some advice cheers Craig

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  10. Hi am after any info on a 36ft launch called islay built in lyttelton by j miller I believe maby someone call tell me something more about her..chears

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  20. Would anyone know the history of a launch called Tequila it 26 feet Long and kauri planked I think it was a parish design

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