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A Don Marine GRP GP14 in good order. Red hull - original paint and gel coat. It has a full set of sails, combi trailer and boom over cover and is priced to sell. A lovely looking dingy that sails well and fast in the right hands!... read more
Selling my late father's GP14 which he and his father built and sailed around belfast and Larne lough in the late 60's and 70s. has been in the water more recently than that socially. Sail number 374.
Currently stored in a shed. Mask, rigging and sails. Slight repair needed to rudder attachment but apart from that water ready as far as I am aware. Paint and varnish work needs a tidy.
There is no trolley included in sail though I have access to some trailers and may be able to deliver for you. Certainly can help you load.
No reasonable offer refused as this boat was built... read more
Good specification and reasonable condition, well suited to racing or cruising. Ready to sail. Series 1, GP 10333 built in 1973 by Dovey boats.
2 Previous owners including the GP14 Class Association Secretary.
2 times winner of the West Lancashire Yacht Club 24 hour dinghy race with Winsford Flash S.C.
The hull is painted burgundy and varnished internally.
Equipment includes: 1 set of Speed Sails in good condition with plenty of crispness, matching spinnaker (white), and sails have correct number 10333.
Black metal mast with spreaders and muscle box, Procter boom with aft ri... read more
This GP14 was bought for me as a present when I started sailing a year ago. I have only sailed it once as I am not good enough to attract a crew yet, so got a Solo. This boat was complete restore to a very high standard as you can see from the photos and video. It comes with a trolley and road trailer the made a 160 mile journey from North Yorkshire (so a good one).
It has a full set of sails. As you may know from the sail number it is a good age and would be very interesting to a classic enthusiast or would make a great training boat. I ha... read more
|Location:||Midland Sailing Club West Midlands UK|
GP14 (9991) with full set of sails, trailer and launch trolley available in Oxfordshire. Low maintenance fibreglass dinghy in good condition and ready to sail. Additional outboard motor mounting bracket.... read more
A scrupulously maintained and cared for wooden dinghy with built-in bouyancy,a hardly used set of sails, two spinnakers, used spare jib, road trailer, launching trailer, almost new cover and a substantial set of spares and cruising accessories.
I bought the boat from an enthusiastic 'racer' in 2010 with the intention of using it for single-handed cruising and teaching the grandchildren to sail. Unfortunately after preparing the boat for the purpose they showed no interest and I got sick. Since then it has been carefully stored in 'hope', but I now accept that my sailing da... read more
|Contact:||Anthony Barrie Atkinson|
Well used sound boat,Don Marine,two sets of sails,under over covers,combi trailer.
Unused last 2 years garaged.... read more
GP14 Wooden construction.
Home build from kit in 1970s
Unused for 20 years. Needs new home for TLC.
Trailer in V.poor condition. Not fit to use on road.
Includes: Oars, rowlocks, rudder, sails. No Mast.... read more
GP14 7028 grp.
All sails,foils,trolley and boom up cover in good condition.
sound hull,spare sails.
more pics available.
NO ROAD TRAILER.... read more
Attractive wooden GP14, sail number 1985, built in 1958 by John Swinburne, South Shields, still bearing builder's plate. Solid mahogany frames,rudder and centreboard, many bronze fittings, original wooden mast.Same owner 40 years, used for family cruising on lakes when family young,laid up for 12 years, recently restored. Includes Snipe combination road trailer in very good condition,bouyancy bags,wooden paddle, 2 older foam type bouyancy aids, mainsail, jib, anchor, black Lakeland Plastics cover.
Much more stable than an Enterprise, good for tuition or gentle sailing with young family.
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