The 25,91 mt. custom sail yacht JAVELIN was built by Summers & Payne in Southampton, United Kingdom.
She has been beautifully restored with great attention to detail by her present owner. JAVELIN is based on the Tuscany Coast and is now available for charter.

The fine gaff ketch JAVELIN was designed in 1896, launched in 1897 and archives state she was included in the 1898/99 edition of Lloyd’s Register of Yachts. With a colourful and intriguing history, JAVELIN even won the second prize in the ocean race from Cowes to Waymouth at the turn of the last century.











€ 18.000/week

To restore a boat means bringing it back to a new life without changing its soul or character. All the work on JAVELIN is based on these principals and the necessity to make concessions to modern times has been kept as discrete as possible. Original features such as the lady’s bath in the master cabin and a fireplace in the main saloon make JAVELIN less a yacht and more an experience in the best of another era.

JAVELIN's interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 4 guests overnight in 2 cabins, comprising a master suite, and 1 double cabin. She is also capable of carrying up to 3 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.



  • Rigging: Gaff Ketch
    Flag: Italian
  • Design: Atrhur Eduard Payne
    Shipyard: Payne & Sons Southampnon
  • Year of Built: 1896
    Restoration: 2002-2006
  • Class : RINA 100A1 Y
    L.O.A.: 85′
  • L.O.D.: 75′
    L.W.L.: 63’5″
  • Beam: 14’3″
    Draft: 9’8″
  • Displacement: 50 t


  • Fore peak
    3 crew berths
  • Wc with a basin and a shower
    FWD- quarters
  • Galley on the left
    Double guest cabin with wardrobe on the starboard side and wc with basin and schower
  • 1 x Bathroom with large shower/bath
    Saloon with table seating 6 people, Skylight, Two sofas, Fireplace
  • AFT-quarters owner Master cabin with N°2 low beds
    Desk vanity
  • N°2 wardrobes
    Master bathroom with a WC, basin and bath.
  • AFT-quarters
    Aft lazarette
  • Hold for the sails
    Stowage space

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