Shetland Boats For Sale

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Shetland Sakar, "Misty Blue"

Boat Length: 18ft 8in (5.69m)
Berths: 2 plus 2
Year: Beleived 1990
Fuel Type: Petrol

This Shetland Saker was extensivly refitted in 2016 to high standards. The cabin has been retrimmed, upholstery replaced and the boat generally updated.


Shetland 4 plus 2, "Touchdown"

Boat Length: 21ft (6.40m)
Berths: 4
Year: Beleieved 2000
Fuel Type: Petrol

The Shetland 4 plus 2 is a practical river boat. The crafts wide beam offers generous accommodation for the compact length. This hardtop version offers good helm protection


Sale Pending

Shetland 4 plus 2, "Pinan"

Boat Length: 21ft (6.40m)
Berths: 4 plus 2
Year: Believed 2009
Fuel Type: Petrol

This one owner Shetland 4 plus 2 has a larger engine making her suitable for river and estuary use. The outboard was fitted new in 2014 and has low engine hours.


Shetland 4 plus 2, "Willow 111"

Boat Length: 21ft (6.40m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed commissioned 2012
Fuel Type: Petrol

The Shetland 4 plus 2 is an easy to use river boat with facilities for comfortable cruising including hot water and fridge.


Shetland 4 plus 2, "L'il Miss Sunshine"

Boat Length: 21ft (6.40m)
Berths: 4 plus 2
Year: Believed 2003
Fuel Type: Petrol

This Hardtop version Shetland 4 plus 2 was re engined with a new Tohatsu 50hp outboard in August 2017 with very low hours running.



Shetland 4 plus 2, "Mouse"

Boat Length: 21ft (6.40m)
Berths: 4 plus 2
Year: Believed 2013
Fuel Type: Petrol

This tidy one owner Shetland 4 plus 2 is fitted with a larger outboard motor and navigation equipment to make the craft suitable for river or sheltered coastal use. A SBS 2 wheeled trailer with overun brakes is available at an extra £1500


Further Information on Shetland Boat Models

Shetland Boat Information

Shetland boats have had several owners since it was originally founded in the early 60s. Jack Stokes who owned a boating business called 'Three-Stokes Marine' in Mile End Road, London, joined forces with John Hardy to produce a small outboard cruiser. Jack, at that time had a fibre glass factory in Burnham on Crouch. Along with a yacht designer, the Shetland 69 was designed and 50 of these were built in the first year. This design evolved into the 535 model and an export market was developed, shipping the craft on double decker articulated trailers. By 1978, production had risen to 60 boats a week!


Shetland Boat Additional Information

In 1978, the company won a Queen's award for export. The company was sold to a large group called Wodham Stringer and Jack Stokes severed his association with Shetland.Today shetland is owned by the Reinman family and they build a range of craft from 17ft to 29ft. The craft represent very good value for money and are a popular inland boat. There are still many shetlands afloat.

Shetland Boat Models

Shetland 2250

Shetland 27

Shetland 29

Shetland 32 Inlander

Shetland 4 plus 2

Shetland 498

Shetland 535

Shetland 536

Shetland 570

Shetland 610

Shetland 640

Shetland Black Hawk

Shetland Black Prince

Shetland Cadet

Shetland Dolphin

Shetland Family 4

Shetland Kestrel

Shetland Sakar

Shetland Saxon

Shetland Speedwell

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