• 34.8 m
  • 1953
  • Marmaris, Turkey
  • 1 450 000 €


classic luxury yacht- brings offers


Keel laid 1952, British MOD Ham Class minesweeper. Converted into a yacht in the late 1970’s with a very comfortable classic styling to the interior. The Master suite with its classic Mahogany joinery and well finished bathroom is situated on the main deck as is the yacht’s galley and Large saloon & dining area. The saloon opens on to the aft deck with unobstructed views over the stern of the yacht. The aft deck has a sheltered outside dining area. The upper deck boast a beautifully finished mahogany bar and a large sheltered outdoor dining area with ample room for twelve guests. The large open and recently laid(2009/10) deck lends itself to sunbathing and entertaining guests onboard. To the front of the bridge there is a large cushioned area for enjoying the delights of the sun. The lower deck holds the VIP suite to the aft of the yacht; there are two further twin guest suites forward, each housing a drop down Pullman berth should 10 guests be staying onboard. All guest cabins are beautifully finished with Mahogany cabinetry, sympathetic paint colours and luxury linens. The crew accommodation is situated in the redesigned (2008) cabins at the bow of the yacht.
In recent years 2015-18 the yacht has enjoyed the fine weather of Turkey and the benefits of an experienced shipyard for winter maintenance works. Hull planing replaces as per surveyours requirements, engine s and onboard systems serviced and maintained. the yacht is a real joy and very handsome vessel.

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: HUGH MCLEAN & SONS
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 1953
  • YearBuilt: 1953
  • Year Refit: 2017
  • Refit Type: All through hull fittings
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: Turkey
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Enclosed Pilothouse
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: Yes
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/10 - Crew R/B/S: 0/7/0
  • LOA: 114' 3" (34.80m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 20' 5" (6.20m)
  • Min Draft: 6' 11" (2.10m)
  • Max Draft: --
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 9 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 15 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 440,925 Pounds
  • Gross Tonnage: 189 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 892 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 4,227 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 10
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: 10
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: 7
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Wood
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: Full Displacement
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: White
  • Hull Finish: Awlgrip
  • Exterior Designer: MOD UK
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: N/A
  • Model: N/A
  • Engine Count: n/a
  • Engine Type: N/A
  • Fuel Type: N/A




Accessed from a double sliding doors on the aft deck, the saloon is finished in teak, white deck head and tastefully decorated interior.  The entertainment complex to starboard consists of a large TV, VCR, DVD and CD.  The seating area to port is comfortable and well laid out.  There is also a games table.  The dining area at the forward end of the saloon seats eight comfortably.


The forward door to port provides access to the galley, the door to starboard opens on to the passage to the master cabin, stairs down to the twin cabins, and up to the wheelhouse.  This passageway also has a door to the upper deck.


The staircase at the aft end of the saloon leads down to the aft guest cabin. 


Master Stateroom


Situated at the forward end of the main deck, the master stateroom has great views and high overheads that make it light and airy.  It has a queen sized bed.  The aft bulkhead has a desk and entertainment cabinet with TV, VCR and CD player.  The ensuite bathroom is beautifully finished in teak, with modern fittings.  Teak cabinets in both areas provide plenty of storage.


Aft Stateroom


The second cabin is situated aft on the lower deck.  It has a queen sized bed, upholstered seating and the bathroom is beautifully finished in teak.  There is a small desk, TV, VCR and CD player.


Twin Guest staterooms


Also on the lower deck are the two twin cabins, both with two single beds, upholstered seating, CD player and teak bathrooms. In every cabin there's a drop down Pullman (single) bed if required.




The wheelhouse provides good visibility and access to both side decks.  It is divided into two areas with the operational area forward and the ship’s office aft.  Behind the latter are the Captains cabin and bathroom.



Communications Equipment
Sailor Radio RT4822
Bridge laptop Toshiba
VHF I-Com IC-M401E

Navigation Equipment
SSB Furuno FS2570C
Secondary Radar Display Furuno 821
Immarsat C Sailor H209SB
Autopilot Robertson AP45
Navtex Display Furuno
Nav Computer Hewlett Packard DX 2200 Microtower
Navtex Reciever Furuno NX 7001
Echo Sounder Furuno FCV 585
Radar Processing Unit
Thrane Fleetbroadband FB250
Radar Control Unit Furuno RCU 017
Transas Electronic chart system

Entertainment Equipment
TV/DVD/Video in all cabins
Stereo system and Ipod link on upper deck bar
Large screen TV/DVD/Video in Saloon
Sky capability but not used
Stereo system and Ipod link in Saloon
1x 40GB Ipod classic


The Osprey is constructed from double diagonal mahogany planking fixed to aluminium frames. The yacht had an aluminium extension added to the stern in 2005/6 creating a new swim platform area.

The superstructure is largely Hardwood framed with plywood facings and a paint finish.

The Bulwarks are steel framed and faced with painted plywood

The capping rails are a beautiful teak at a size that would be difficult to find for today’s yachts.

The main deck is surprisingly still the original MOD laid mahogany planking, visible under the carpets in the interior of the yacht.  To the exterior of the yacht the main deck mahogany planking has been overlaid with plywood and finished with 4” wide teak planking with black caulking.

The upper deck has been newly laid (2010) in 100mm wide Iroko planking, to blend with the 4” planks on the main deck and sympathetic to the environmental aspects of using teak, also the fact that it is almost impossible to get teak in 100mm wide planks these days.

The aft upper deck area sub framing was completely restored and reinstated in lighter engineered timber beams at the time of laying the new deck.



Moring warps
Crane for tender and jetski manoeuvring
2x 135kg stockless anchors
Deck washes
8x large fenders
3x Wicker effect sofas
4x bronze mooring bits
1x wicker effect table
2x bronze capstans
16x Teak reclining chairs
2x stainless steel mooring bits
4x teak sun loungers
Stainless steel swim platform boarding ladder
1x large teak dining table
Auxiliary Diesel fire/bilge pump


Top Oven (2007), Whirlpool, AKZ642/IX
1x Hoshizaki IM 25-CLEm Commercial Ice machine (2009)(bar area)
Bottom Oven (2007), Smeg SM280X
1x Microwave oven, Home
Four ring induction hob: (2009) Samsung HMITA22130
1x Nespresso coffee machine, DeLonghi
1x 6’ double Air cooled commercial stainless steel fridge, Koldtech
1x Domestic fridge, Laden RE128A (Bar area)
1x triple under worktop water cooled commercial stainless steel fridges, Koldtech UCR-30
1x Domestic fridge, Toshiba (Main deck aft)
1x 5’ Miele domestic freezer (2008)
1x 6’ Domestic fridge, Edesa 2SCE-206 (Crew mess)


Spring-Autumn 2016:

Aluminium frames and structural floors repaired and replaced. 

Replaced failing aluminium rivets in frames with, in excess of, twelve thousand A4 stainless steel bolts, nuts and washers.

Replaced in excess of 20% of the double diagonal planking below the waterline. 

Anchor chain plate removed below the waterline to allow access to planking behind.  Minor planking repairs completed prior to the refitting of the chain plate.

All major through hull valves removed, serviced/replaced and refitted to sound planking. 

Rudder housings serviced, new Nylon bearings manufactured and fitted, new aluminium web support frames fabricated and fitted, couplings serviced and refitted.

Propeller shaft stern tube fittings renewed.

Engineering, main engines and gensets fully serviced.  Exhaust systems serviced and new gaskets fitted before lagging is refitted.

Deck works completed to replace damaged planks and to seal previous points of water ingress.  New bridge window frame bases fitted to reinforce and reseal these areas.

New stainless steel tank vents fitted throughout the vessel.  Associated piping has also been serviced or replaced with new.

Planking below the waterline sealed with epoxy resin and antifoul paint system applied.

Winter 2005/6, Southampton, England.  €450,000:00  New stern module added to improve the look of the yacht incorporating a stylish swim platform and additional storage.  Full rebuild of the original transom was conducted to maintain the vessel’s structural integrity.  During this period the main engines were also changed for the current Caterpillar 3306B diesel engines, resulting in the complete re-engineering of the exhaust systems and engine related piping.


Winter 2006/7, Malta.  €1,400,000:00  A major Hull and systems refit was conducted during this period including but not limited to the following:

Hull planking repairs/replacement

Hull Epoxy external protective coating

Removal of all tankage, domestic piping, electrics, internal ballast.

Cleaning of internal bilge spaces

Repairs to any deteriorated aluminium framing

Replacement of ballast

Fitting of new tankage and piping throughout

Fitting of new electrics to all areas from new master control system

Re-arrange and refit engine room

Installation and commissioning of a sewage treatment plant

Installation and commissioning of new Marine Air system air conditioning units and air handlers

New design and build of full crew accommodation

New bridge system fitted

Full paint inside and out

Various deck calking repairs


Winter 2007/8, Malta.  €500,000:00  Further Engineering works including a complete overhaul of both main engines and the windlass.  The installation and commissioning of a new Kohler 80kW generator.  Further electrical works throughout the vessel. 


Winter 2009/10, Malta.  New upper deck laid in Iroko to maintain the plank sizes to that of the lower deck and be sympathetic to the environmental aspects of using teak.  Aft upper deck sub structure rebuild with lighter engineered timber beams.




All statutory safety equipment for a 35m MCA LY2 code compliant yacht is carried onboard.
EPIRB & SART Statutory requirement
2x 10 pax liferafts
2x Emergency VHF handheld radios
1x 8 Pax Liferafts
7x VHF crew handheld radios
17x lifejackets +
20x portable fire extinguishers various sizes and uses
10x Non insulated survival suits
2x fixed fire extinguishers behind laundry equipment
2x Nomex flash hoods
1x fixed FM200 fire fighting system for machinery space
17x emergency torches
2x Fire fighting outfits with BA’s
Pyrotechnics Statutory requirement
2x 30m fire hose
Throwing aids and life buoys statutory requirement
1x 15m fire hose
Medical kit Statutory requirement
1x side boarding ladder


Tender Novurania 430DL with 70hp 2 stroke Yamaha outboard, VHF radio, Anchor and warp, Nav lights, safety gear.
Water skis
Small 3m RIB tender with 15hp Yamaha outboard
2x 2person sit on top Perception Gemini kayaks
3 person banana
4x kayak paddles
2x adult wake boards
PFD’s for watersports activities
1x child wake board
Various fishing gear
Multiple sets of snorkel gear
3 seater seadoo jetski
Multiple various sizes wet suits