Magyar

Magyar

Magyar is a 1939 Medina class motor yacht built by Saunders Roe in East Cowes, she is one of eight of her kind. In 2011 her now owner John Burgess read an article in Classic Boat about her sistership ‘Grailian’ who had been extensively restored by HMS…

Okura

Okura HMS regularly take on refits for minor and major works and in the late Summer of 2017 we were approached by a couple who had bought a second hand Southerly 365. They had been looking for a new boat which ticked their wish list with no joy, after spending a huge amount of time […]

Karinda

Karinda

Karinda is a fine example of a 40ft Bates Starcraft, she came to HMS for some fairly extensive improvements to the superstructure and a new aft deck steering position and seating area.

Brigand

Brigand is a British built Space 56 design catamaran, she was involved in a collision with a huge commercial tug and suffered extensive damage and came to HMS Ipswich to be repaired. Due to the extent of the damage she had to be very carefully lifted out of the water, this was a challenge as […]

Jorvic

Jorvic The latest edition to the HMS restoration fleet is Jorvic, a McGruer 41, she arrived with us during lockdown for an extensive restoration. She is a classic wooden twin screw motor yacht with plenty of charm.  She has been in the same family for several generations and now the younger generation have decided to […]

Wanda

Wanda

Wanda is another of the Dunkirk Little Ships which has made its way to HMS, she has come in for some cosmetic works prior to the 80th Commemoration Celebrations in May 2020.

Lazy Days

Lazy Days -9 launch

Was originally built in Castleford in 1930 by Cliff and Jones. She was later used as a Dunkirk little ship and took part in Operation Dynamo evacuating troops from East Beach.

Maimonde​

Maimonde

Maimonde is sister ship to Magyar and Grailian and another Saunders Roe Medina class. The owner came across her for sale in a marina in Hull, he contacted us initially enquiring about finding a surveyor, it was then we were able to share our knowledge and experience of the Medina Class and she was subsequently purchased.