Classic Coast

Classic Coast

Beautiful and significant areas of coastline

Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Clubhouse for sale

2019-01-17T13:22:01+00:00 January 17th, 2019|Classic Coast, Go-To News|

With stunning views over Plymouth Sound the Royal Plymouth Corinthian YC's clubhouse has to be one of the most distinct addresses in the city. The building dates back to 1688, a hundred years after the Armada, and it was built as part of the fortified royal citadel. It became the club's home in 1896 and [...]


2018-09-24T16:00:06+00:00 September 24th, 2018|Classic Coast|

Shipbuilding, and yachtbuilding, are long gone from the Clyde, and the former yards along Glasgow’s waterfront have been replaced with shiny concert and conference venues and the like. But there are still active and lively links with the city’s maritime past. Known locally just as ‘The Tall Ship’, the 245ft, three-masted barque Glenlee, the last [...]

Seven Sisters and Beachy Head

2018-06-28T18:42:09+00:00 June 28th, 2018|Classic Coast|

Top photo: Seven Sisters from Hope Gap by Seaford Head. Bottom: Beachy Head Lighthouse Often, ‘Classic Coast’ consists of the built environment – man-made harbours, houses and hostelries. But occasionally the landscape itself commands attention and nowhere is this more true than the length of Sussex coast known as the Seven Sisters, and [...]