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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Dale Nelson 38

Dale Nelson 38

£325,000 GBP

Available

Fantastically well presented example.

2003
12.20m (40'0")
United Kingdom

Bavaria 38 Holiday

Bavaria 38 Holiday

£59,000 GBP

Available

3 double cabins and 2 heads.

2000
11.98m (39'0")
United Kingdom

Moody Eclipse 43

Moody Eclipse 43

£119,000 GBP

Available

3 Double cabin deck saloon cruising yacht

1991
12.95m (42'0")
United Kingdom

Belliure Bellimar 890

Belliure Bellimar 890

£69,500 GBP

Available

Incredibaly well built motor cruiser.

2011
7.49m (24'0")
United Kingdom


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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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PRICE REDUCTION – 1977 Nelson 42 – MARENGO

Mark Cameron Yachts are delighted to announce a revised asking price for the 1977 Nelson 42 ‘MARENGO’. The Nelson 42 was a development of the extremely successful Nelson 40 design. The hull shape being tweaked to give fuller and higher sections forward, improving the load carrying capacity and providing a drier ride in heavy weather. […]

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1974 Elizabethan 30 MkII – ROSIE KEEPING – SOLD

Mark Cameron Yachts are delighted to announce the successful sale of the 1974 Elizabethan 30 MkII ‘ROSIE KEEPING’. Introduced in 1969 the Elizabethan was David Thomas’s first commercially successful design. Conceived as a masthead cruiser racer with a moderate fin keel and skeg-hung rudder the boats are known for being well-balanced and rewarding to sail, […]

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