Discover our selection of Salcombe Yawls for sale, as well as launches and other wooden boats. Contact us today to discuss any of the listings below.
Salcombe Yawl built in 1995 by Mike Atfield.
Morrison design. Ready to race.
Salcombe Yawl built in 1981 by Mike Atfield.
Completely rebuilt at Stones Boatyard in 2013.
New planking in the bottom, new ribs, centre box, bronze shoe, rudder head, Milanes foil, Awlgrip topsides.
Salcombe Yawl built in 1991 by Mike Atfield.
Ready to sail.
Built by Mike Atfield in 1995.
Morrison design. Bronze plate, shoe. Harken fittings. New mast.
Ready to race.
Built in 1939 by James Stone.
Rebuilt by Jim Stone in 1999.
One of the original and most famous Salcombe Yawls, this beautiful wooden boat includes a bronze plate and shoe ready to sail.
Built by Dave Gibbens in 1970.
Bronze plate, harken fittings, ready to sail.
Built by Stones Boatyard in 1972.
Rebuilt by Stones in 2003.
Bronze shoe, plate. Awlgrip Topsides.
Built in 1985 by Mike Atfield.
Redecked and new mast fitted in 2012.
Yawl 175 Raggy
Designed by Ian Howlett and built by Mike Atfield in 2002.
Bronze centre plate and shoe, good sails, trolley, Awlgrip and Teflon paint system.
This Salcombe Yawl has been regularly maintained and has the potential to be a very fast boat.
Built by Stone’s in 1989. In 2010, this beautiful wooden boat had a major rebuild including re-decking and re-rigging. She is within 7kg of minimum weight, and was last weighed in 2017.
Includes bronze plate and shoe, Rowsell sails, over boom cover and launching trolley.
Since 2010 she has achieved several podium places. Race tuned for competitive racing.
Wooden Boat Maintenance
If you're looking to join the Salcombe Yawl fleet we can help with boat storage, maintenance and launch and recovery services. From our new boatyard on the banks of the Salcombe Estuary, we'll ensure your boat stays in perfect sailing condition.