Classic Boats by Giornale della Vela – How much are boats from 6.50 to 7.32 m worth

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Classic Boat by Journal of Sailing – Misil II; Hallberg Rassy; 7.35 x 2.30 m; 1972; Olle Enderlein

There are boats that are worth more than others and will be worth even more over time: these are the
Classic Boats by Giornale

of Sailing
, fiberglass and mass-produced boats built since 1967 and with a minimum of 25 years on their backs(here is the Classic Boat poster by Giornale della Vela). We have identified 175 HERE (with boat sheet, measurements, year of design, market quotations) but the list is constantly being updated.

These are important boats in the history of sailing, selected on the basis of very specific canons that transcend the age of the artifact and focus on its intrinsic historical value, starting with the overall design qualities and originality of the boat in its context.

Classic Boats by Giornale della Vela – 5 boats from 6.50 to 7.32 m

How to dignify Classic Boats by Giornale della Vela and increase their value? We decided to put a practical spin on the issue. So, on the back of the automotive world, we created a network of professionals dedicated precisely to this enhancement. A network of partners who have decided to espouse the project
Classic Boat by Journal

of Sailing.
Thus, certified appraisals (taking into account maintenance and preservation), dedicated insurance policies (taking into account historical value) and certified brokers are available to buy and sell. Our “dream team” of appraisers, insurers and brokers can be contacted with a click directly from the boat tabs.

That said, we have analyzed and reviewed all the boats, including those from the last update, now complete with current average value and prospectuses on potential increased value. So here are 5 new entries in this initiative, 5 “new” Classic Boats by Giornale della Vela from 6.50 to 7.32 meters.


POGO 6.50

Pogo Structures; 6.50 x 2.97 m; 1994; Pierre Rolland

The 1995 Mini Transat is won by the Amnesty International prototype, revealing the project as a great success. Fast and versatile, it will immediately be offered in a small series of 25 hulls. It will become 124 with the second series. Thus was born the Pogo 6.50, one of the best-known designs on the 1990s Mini front.

Find out how much Pogo 6.50 is worth HERE

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Pogo 650; Pogo Structures; 6.50 x 2.97 m; 1994; Pierre Rolland

J/22

J/Boats; 6.86 x 2.44 m; 1983; Johnstone

Designed by Johnstone and produced in over 1650 examples, it is considered by many to be the simplest and most fun J. Carriageable and assembled in no time, it soon conquered daysailers and sailing schools, becoming widespread just about everywhere. A small monotype for everyone.

Find out the value of J/22 HERE

J/22; J:Boats; 6.86 x 2.44 m; 1983; Johnstone

TEQUILA

Barberis; 7.20 x 2.45 m; 1971; Philippe Harlé

Small, cabin cruiser and fast, the Tequila enjoyed some success from its first launch, the child as it was of a winning little IOR signed by Harlé. Agile and easy to steer, it has earned an excellent place as both a first boat and a mini-cruiser. The sport version loses the deckhouse to a flush deck.

Find out how much TEQUILA is worth HERE

Tequila (Sport); Barberis; 7.20 x 2.45 m; 1971; Philippe Harlé

HR 24/MISIL II

Hallberg Rassy; 7.35 x 2.30 m; 1972; Olle Enderlein

Also known as the Hallberg Rassy 24, the Misil II was a small masterpiece of the shipyard. Fast, maneuverable and cruiser-like, it was the HR that, by conception, was perhaps the most privateer of all. It is a highly sought-after treat, prized both for its speed capabilities and small size.

Discover the value of HR 24 / Misil II HERE

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Misil II; Hallberg Rassy; 7.35 x 2.30 m; 1972; Olle Enderlein

Classic Boats. FIRST CLASS 8

Beneteau; 7.75 x 2.49 m; 1982; Jacques Fauroux/Jean-Marie Finot

Maneuverable, stable and long on the waterline, the First Class 8 is a great success of the French shipyard in the world of one-designs. Produced in more than 900 examples, it is an agile and streamlined boat, albeit one with a large displacement. The design makes her restless, fun, but between maneuvers and flying she wants a good crew to be able to give her best.

Find out how much First Class 8 is worth HERE

First Class 8; Beneteau; 7.75 x 2.49 m; 1982; Jacques Fauroux:Jean-Marie Finot

Don’t miss the upcoming releases, every Tuesday and Friday. In the next article:

  • Hallberg P28 | Hallberg Rassy
  • First 30 | Beneteau
  • Comet 333 | Comar
  • Figaro Solo | Beneteau
  • J/92 | J/Boats

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