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MAUDALRIC was built in 1933 for Sir Richard Costain and his brother Alan – thus combining their names with that of their mother Maud. With a large area of clear deck space, well appointed with teak furniture; ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining she is an extremely comfortable and spacious motor yacht – greatly admired wherever she goes – equally happy on the open sea as on the inland waterways of Europe. Actually, this is a remarkable yacht with as much of a sailing dimension as her motoring capabilities and moreover very easily handled by just two people; just what has enabled her owners to make the most of all their Mediterranean cruising in style and comfort.


From her launch in 1933 and for nearly 30 years MAUDALRIC was registered in Glasgow. During WW II she was commandeered by the Admiralty; the records showing her stationed at Bridport for patrol duties along the south coast. Apparently, she was armed with a machine gun mounted on the foredeck. In 1962 she was sold to Sir Dudley Herbert Cunliffe resident in Jersey. Registered there some 5 years later she was sold in 1967 to Sir Gordon Albert Wolsey in Ireland who took care and refitted her during his 13 years of ownership. In 1980 she was sold to Ridge Investments Limited also of Jersey and again in 1989 to another company in Alresford, Hampshire. In November 1993 Mr. John Scouler Stark a professional engineer bought her and started a complete refit in order to adapt the boat for sailing in cooperation with the Tabarly family. In 2004 Mr. Stark moved to Canada and Christine Tabarly registered the boat for sailing in the South Mediterranean. For this purpose she was completely refitted from 1995 to 2000, details of which and a subsequent refit are in the relevant section below.

MAUDALRIC has done the inland waterway trip from the Mediterranean to the Solent via Lyon, Paris and Le Havre – twice from South to North and once in the other direction. In July 2000 she went to Brest via the Channel Islands and Ushant and took part in the four-yearly Classic Boat Festival in which s he was chosen as one of 30 boats out of 2,500 to take part in the ‘Parade Navale’. She then moved on to the Douarnenez festival continuing south to Bordeaux and thence through the Canal du Midi to Marseillan in Langedoc. From 2005 to 2009 she has been mainly sailing from France to Ibiza and around the Balearic Islands from her berth there and is now in Alicante, Spain.



– Garmin GPS
– Garmin GPS color plotter
– Navtex
– Autohelm bidata / depth and log
– Fixed and portable VHF radios


– New life raft 2011 for 6 persons
– 2nd life raft for 4 persons
– Life jackets for 10 persons
– 6 x fire extinguishers
– Gas alarm
– 3 x Electric bilge pumps
– Mechanical pump
– Complete set of safety fireworks


From 1995 – 2000
– New deck
– New wheelhouse
– All skylights and hatches renovated and glass replaced with toughened glass
– New teak handrails, toe rails, upper and lower rubbing strakes fitted
– Both masts refurbished
– Brand new engines and hydraulic bow thruster installed
– New hydraulic pump fitted in 1999
– All plumbing, wiring, lighting, and pumps replaced
– Central heating, calorifier, and Mikuni diesel boiler fitted
– Galley and two shower/head compartments completely reconstructed with new fittings

From 2007 to 2009
– Hull and deck back to bare wood inside and out completely repainted and revarnished
– New interior sole, leather seats
– Electric WC
– New hydraulic helm steering
– New motor exhaust and complete motors and hydraulics refurbished
– Rig modified for easy sail handling


– Burma teak hull planking on oak frames
– Deck completely renewed in 1998 with glass cloth epoxy surface on 20 mm marine ply
– Deck insulated on underside with 25 mm polyurethane foam and finished with 6 mm ply
– Wheelhouse as deck
– Skylight and hatches in Burma teak

For more information, please contact Tatiana Cozma at luxurypropertiestc@gmail.com or +34 609 913 740

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