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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Sweden Yachts 370

Sweden Yachts 370

£88,000 GBP

Available

Swedish built aft cockpit cruising yacht.

1995
11.15m (36'0")
United Kingdom

Van De Stadt Legend 34

Van De Stadt Legend 34

£15,950 GBP

Available

Extensively upgraded classic cruiser.

1980
10.36m (33'0")
United Kingdom

Hallberg-Rassy 94 Kutter

Hallberg-Rassy 94 Kutter

£44,950 GBP

Available

Very well presented example.

1989
9.40m (30'0")
United Kingdom

Grand Banks 32 Sedan

Grand Banks 32 Sedan

£42,500 GBP

Available

One of the last 'Woodies'.

1973
9.73m (31'0")
United Kingdom


+44 (0)7988 763254
info@mcyachts.co.uk

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 – Nauticat 39 ‘Crazy Diamond’

Mark Cameron Yachts is delighted to have been appointed to act in the sale of the Nauticat 39 ‘CRAZY DIAMOND’ A well-presented example of this popular sailing motor sailer from Nauticat. Extensively upgraded and re-fitted in the current ownership. Afloat and ready to take you to wherever you want to go. Nauticat built their reputation […]

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Hustler 35 ‘PERDIX’ – Sold

Mark Cameron Yachts is delighted to announce the successful sale of the Hustler 35 ‘PERDIX’. Perdix is a well-presented example of this classic Donald Pye designed, British built offshore cruising yacht. With her classic sweet lines and the distinct tumblehome amidships, she is a boat that will attract admiration in any marina. Offered for sale […]

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