Mark Cameron Yachts

SPECIALIST SAIL AND MOTORBOAT BROKERAGE

Buying or selling a yacht can be a complex process.

At Mark Cameron Yachts we are here to assist in every step of the process.

As full members of the Association of Brokers and Yacht Agents, we offer a comprehensive
brokerage service for the vendors and purchasers of yachts, motor cruisers and small commercial vessels throughout the UK & Europe.

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FEATURED BOATS FOR SALE

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Domp Kruiser 1030

Domp Kruiser 1030

£29,000 GBP

Available

Robust, Dutch built, offshore steel cruising yacht

1992
10.30m (33'0")
United Kingdom

Moody S31

Moody S31

£39,000 GBP

Available

Nicely presented example with 'Sports Rig'

1998
9.68m (31'0")
United Kingdom

Cornish Crabbers Crabber 24 Mk V

Cornish Crabbers Crabber 24 Mk V

£95,000 GBP

Available

Very lightly used, in showroom condition

2021
7.32m (24'0")
United Kingdom

Millers of St. Monance 36' Ketch

Millers of St. Monance 36' Ketch

£55,000 GBP

Available

Lovingly maintained, Scottish built motorsailer.

1971
10.97m (35'0")
United Kingdom


+44 (0)7988 763254
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Mark Cameron Yachts, The Braes, Inverneill
Ardrishaig, Argyll PA30 8ES

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LATEST NEWS FROM MARK CAMERON YACHTS

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NEW LISTING – 1936 Syersen 34′ Sloop – KERLO

Mark Cameron Yachts are delighted to have been appointed to act in the sale of the 1936 Syersen 34′ Sloop ‘KERLO’. It’s believed KERLO is the result of a design competition run by the Royal Swedish Yacht club in the late 1930’s. The competition was designed to stimulate innovation in the design and building of […]

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1979 Contessa 28 – ELISE – SOLD

Mark Cameron Yachts are pleased to announce the successful sale of the 1979 Contessa 28 ‘ELISE’. Following the success of her older sisters the Contessa 28 came from the board of Doug Peterson and was aimed towards the cruiser racer end of the market and a move toward serious production boat building for Jeremy Rogers. […]

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