"Silver Buccaneer" is a Silver Ormidale Class motor yacht designed by John Bain and built in 1964 by James Silver & Co., Rosneath, Scotland. She has recently been refurbished by her current owner. One of the nicest of the Silvers Class boats, well proportioned, practical and stunning to look at. She has a large covered aft deck, wide side decks and foredeck. Mahogany on Oak with Teak decks. Owner aft en-suite, two thwart ships cabins with heads bath/shower and forward en-suite cabin.Silver Buccaneer is a slice of history, an armchair you got from your Grandad which you cant replace, you love it because its beautiful, quirky and more comfortable than your sofa.
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The hull has recently had remedial work carried out including planking work and a new stern (2017). £90K ish!
WOW! What an aft deck! - As soon as you step aboard you arrive on the huge Teak laid aft deck with canvas sun awning. There is a central table and built into the aft side of the wheelhouse is a bench seat with surrounding deck stowage. The deck is secured by a solid safety rail. with Teak capping and side access gates. This is the perfect place to dine alfresco, host a party or lounge about. A true feature.
The side decks are wide, Teak laid and secured with a continuation of the solid rail that wraps the whole boat. Moving about on deck is all one level so you always feel safe and secure.
The Foredeck - is also large and Teak laid. There is an opening deck hatch over the galley area with lovely butterfly windows and an access hatch to the forward cabin. Also two magnificent vent funnels for purpose and feature. All be it this is a working area it is also great for socialising.
Looking back at the cabin top you see more feature vent funnels and the ships mast.
Mahogany interior, in lovely condition with a real traditional feel. The "Ormidale" is full of classic beauty and the finish is from a quality era & renowned builder. With lovely deck head beams and exquisite cabinetry, she reeks of quality and craft. She has berths for six/seven.
Wheelhouse - Wheelhouse with port helm and wheel, instruments and helm seat. To starboard is a bench seat with access down to the deck saloon and aft to the deck. There is also access to the side deck on the port side.
Saloon - Large saloon with two 'L' shaped seating areas to port with dinning table and separated by a beautifully constructed cocktail cabinet for the ships crystal and decanters.
To starboard is a full length storage unit with shelf, drawers and cupboards. The saloon is surrounded by windows on three sdes and has a lovely airy feel, this along with the warm depth of the fitted furniture makes it a lovely social area.
Aft in the saloon is the stair access to the aft cabins and forward are stairs to the galley and foreward cabin.
Port aft cabin - A lovely bunk cabin, beautifully appointed.
Starboard aft cabin - A lovely single cabin, beautifully appointed.
Off the gangway - to starboard lies the day/guest cabin heads.
Aft Owners Cabin - A bit more of a lord and ladies affair than a modern boudoir! Roomy with a double bed to starboard with a single berth to port.
En-suite heads - to starboard with separate shower to port including a full length mirror to prepare for the Ceilidh!
Galley - Going forward from the saloon you go directly into the large thwart ships galley.
Forward cabin - The forepeak cabin has direct access from the galley also onto the foredeck via a deck ladder.
Engines - 2 x 127hp Gardiner 6LX intercooled diesel engines.
“The safety equipment listed below may not be serviced up to date at the point of sale and is sold “as is””
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.