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Online Brokerage: See Busfield Marine's latest quality cruising yachts

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Busfield Marine Brokers are pleased to be able to offer a huge range of high quality cruising yachts that are raring to go ... ready to take you wherever you want in comfort and style.

Come in and talk to Christine or Colin in the office. Both have many ocean miles to their credit and are always to pleased to share their experience and knowledge of the cruising world. Check out the boats below – some of them are simply stunning.

All are well found boats designed for crossing oceans or cruisng the coast and would make fantastic long term cruising homes. If you would like full details of any of these just drop us an email: boats@ busfieldmarine.co.nz or give Christine or Colin a call on 09 302 1220, to make your sailing dreams come true.



BOB PERRY 42
Designed by Robert (Bob) Perry for Tatoosh Marine, Seattle, USA she combines the best of Far East fibreglass and joinery work, with exceptional American design and excellent equipment from the United States, Europe and New Zealand. She is a two-owner boat that has just completed a 41,000nm circumnavigation with her present owners. She is swift and comfortable – for example, the sellers completed the final leg of their journey, the 1250 miles from Tonga to Opua in 7 days and 1 hour, averaging 175nm per day. Most importantly she is a delightful home on the water. Heavily updated in 2002/3 including a new Yanmar 56HP engine, and maintained to a very high standard she sports a huge inventory and is just the ticket for some comfortable ocean cruising. All that is needed ahead of a new adventure is some food, water and perhaps a little fuel! Click here to read more
ASKING PRICE $225,000



GANLEY 44, 1989
This Ganley 44 is a very safe and comfortable yacht on passage. With her cutter rig and Yankee/ staysail combination on furlers she is easily handled and gives a range of sail plans for different wind strengths without the need to change sails. She has ample storage for provisions and personal effects for six months and with her water maker,solar power and wind generator she is self contained for long periods of time. Fully equipped with electronics, sails, safety equipment etc. Being made of steel she is a very strong and dry boat inside. All the windows were replaced in 2008 with toughened glass and all the ports replaced in 2012. The sellers have owned her for ten years extensively cruising the Pacific and have maintained her in good condition. She is ready to head away again to Cat 1 standards. Just step aboard and that cruising dream could come true. Click here to read more
ASKING PRICE $210,000

Tayana 48 - Sailing Sydney Hds -     Click Here to view large photo


TAYANA 48 DECK SALOON
This stunning deck saloon was built to NZ standards and is very well equipped for off-shore sailing including an electronics, genset, aircon, dinghy & outboard. She has two well appointed sleeping cabins both with ensuites. This boat has only been very lightly used and never lived on. In excellent condition and well worth viewing. Click here to read more
ASKING PRICE $695,000



MARTEN 49
Yacht in lovely condition. Incredible value. Azzura high-tech cruiser/racer, beautifully built using the latest technology in light weight building materials. Luxurious comfortable interior with 3 double cabins, spacious saloon and galley and with all the latest designed deck equipment that assists the Marten 49 in its excellent sailing capabilities. Just completed a major refit that involved a complete re paint replacing many electrical items, many deck fittings and all the stanchions. The rig has been completely refitted and the lower half re painted. We have taken the opportunity to implement some modifications to the boat and a complete review of all outstanding maintenance. Both the keel and the rudder have been removed checked and refitted. Viewing highly recommended. Click here to read more
ASKING PRICE $1,100,000



RHODES 50 CLASSIC
50' Philip Rhodes classic built in alloy by McMullen and Wing. Just back from southern Chile. An absolute stunner in beautiful condition, fresh with a full awlgrip repaint, new treadmaster and sails. The Owners plans have changed and now this iconic New Zealand yacht is offered for sale. She is well setup for short-handed sailing with cutter rig. has 6 berths in a two cabin layout. Cicero is a sister ship to the famous Thunderbird, with the same profile and a slightly different interior and the benefit of the Aluminium build.. This is a very rare opportunity to purchase a cruise ready classic right here in the South Pacific. You can only be impressed as the detail and thought that has gone into this vessel could simply not be done today. A dream boat for all classic connoisseurs! Click here to read more
ASKING PRICE $550,000



GANLEY 52, 1995
This beautifully crafted centre cockpit cruising yacht would be ideal for a world cruise. from looking at her, you would not know that she is steel as the hull is so fair. She has three private staterooms with a layout that works for both off shore and live aboard. This popular Ace 3 design would be one of Dennis Ganleys last designs. Well worth inspection. Click here to read more

ASKING PRICE $395,000

Amel Supermaramu -     Click Here to view large photo


AMEL SUPERMARAMU 2000, 2002
This Amel Super Maramu ketch is lying in New Zealand and is ready to go on her next adventure. The quality and safety features of the boat are clearly evident. This design would arguably be one of the world's most successful designs. If you have never seen an Amel it is hard to appreciate the thought and consideration that has gone into her design. Built specifically to be a low maintenance world-cruising yacht, she is strongly and thoughtfully built with safety features such as the watertight collision bulkheads, the rigid dodger, the accessible engine room, and the huge amounts of storage both on deck and below. Simple, efficient and reliable are certainly qualities of the Amel Super Maramu but this yacht is far from simple. She is extensively equipped, elegantly finished out below and represents the very best in ocean-going cruising yachts. You have to see her! Click here to read more
ASKING PRICE $490,000

Warwick 55 -    


WARWICK 55, 1986
A 55' masthead cutter designed by Alan Warwick as a fast comfortable cruising yacht easily sailed by one person capable of travelling in excess of 200 miles per day in ultimate comfort and style. Built by craftsmen with no expense spared during her construction. Beautiful polished mahogany interior and generous volume are the envy of any sailor who has done miles. Her outstanding sailing qualities allows her to cover large distances with small crew. Fully equipped with everything from watermaker to heating, bow thruster to Inmarstat. her classic lines will never date. A boat that is a pleasure to own. Click here to read more
ASKING PRICE $575,000



Tayana 55, 1990
This would be a top Top example of these fantastic cruising yachts. She is outfitted with an extensive inventory of quality gear, electronics & communication systems for long term ocean cruising & liveaboard, only 2 owners from new, all grp 1990, 130hp dsl, bow thruster, 12kva genset, furlaway sails, lots of new gear & upgrades last 3 yrs. Lavish teak interior of a quality not seen today. Set up for short handed sailing with cutter rig and mainsail furling. Click here to read more
ASKING PRICE $395,000



LAVRANOS 56 – SEA ANGEL, 2004
The design brief for Odysseus was a seaworthy offshore yacht that was sporty, easy and fun to sail, provided an environment that facilitated companionship with crew and guests and was comfortable for extended cruising. It had to have plenty of storage so that there was no need to have cruising gear lashed on the deck, or salty damp articles stored in the cabins. It was important that the yacht was uncluttered and looked purposeful.
This was achieved after the 18 months project, carefully supervised by her owner, resulting in a boat of integrity that will serve all who sails her for many years. She has circumnavigated the globe in style and is ready to go again. Click here to read more
ASKING PRICE $850,000



LIDGARD 60
Designed in New Zealand by John Lidgard and hand built in the Auckland boat-building yards of Lidgard Boat builders. Especially designed for short hand sailing. Easily managed by a crew of two, or with the autopilot engaged, by one. All lines and sail-furling controls return to the cockpit and electric winches may be managed with the use of knee switches. Navigation electronics are replicated in the cockpit dashboard conveniently forward of the steering pedestal. Recent repaint and presents as new. Air-conditioned throughout. Luxurious sleeping accommodations for eight, two double cabins and two twin cabins forward may be either dedicated to crew or used for family/friends accommodation. Personal comforts include three showers and three toilets. Superbly appointed and equipped saloon with seating for eight diners supported by a fully-equipped galley and laundry/workshop. Plenty of stowage for sailing gear, provisions and personal belongings. This is a true pedigree NZ design & build. Cedar core with fiberglass hull. Beautiful kauri interior with 4 State rooms. Boom furling, cutter rig plus electric winches make short handed sailing a breeze. Meticulous upgrades by very caring owners, make her a very special and desirable vessel. Click here to read more
ASKING PRICE $880,000

25metre Don Brooke Motorsailer -     Click Here to view large photo


25M DON BROOKE MOTORSAILER, 1994
Don Brooke has designed this Pilothouse cruising yacht. She had a considerable upgrades in the last 18 months and is now ready for long distance expedition,or would be suitable as a surveillance/exploratory vessel. Go anywhere vessel with multitude of uses. Impeccable pedigree, powerful rigging. Strongly built.
ASKING PRICE $1,300,000 Click here to read more

For further details on any of these yachts, or the many others available, please contact the team at Busfield Marine Brokers on 09 302 1220 or at bavaria@busfieldmarine.co.nz


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