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.

Read more about us or start the search for your perfect yacht.


FEATURED BOATS FOR SALE

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Seaward 23

Seaward 23

£69,950 GBP

Available

Immaculate example, afloat and ready to go

2015
7.11m (23'0")
United Kingdom

Contessa 28

Contessa 28

£12,950 GBP

Under Offer

Nice presented boat, lots of recent upgrading

1980
8.43m (27'0")
United Kingdom

Grand Banks 46 Classic

Grand Banks 46 Classic

£325,000 GBP

Available

A magnificently well appointed motoryacht

2004
14.35m (47'0")
United Kingdom

Domp Kruiser 1030

Domp Kruiser 1030

£39,000 GBP

Available

Robust, Dutch built, offshore steel cruising yacht

1992
10.30m (33'0")
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 – 2009 Ribcraft 7.8m – BLUE JACKET

Mark Cameron Yachts are delighted to have been appointed to act in the sale of the 2009 Ribcraft 7.8m ‘BLUE JACKET’. The Ribcraft 7.8m RIB was designed as a commercial boat, suited to operation in the harshest of environments. A swept sheer forward and deep-v hull form offer impressive performance in heavy weather while keeping […]

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NEW LISTING – 2000 Maxi 1000 – BABOOSHKA

Mark Cameron Yachts are delighted to have been appointed to act in the sale of the 2000 Maxi 1000 ‘BABOOSHKA’. The Maxi 1000 was a highly successful model for Maxi Yachts, with nearly a thousand units produced during its ten-year production run. Designed by Pelle Petterson, a champion Olympic sailor, the design was conceived as […]

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