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Miranda II

Boat Details

Designer: A. U. Costaguta & Co.

Builder: Costaguta Shipyard

Model: 6 Metre

Year: 1937

Boat Location: Valletta, Malta

Price: €15,000 

Length: 36 ft 4 in 

Beam: 6 ft 7 in

Hull Material: Wood 



Miranda II was built in 1937 by the Costaguta Shipyard in Italy, a yard renowned for building some of the finest racing yachts. In her early years Miranda II was one of the top boats in the Italian 6 Metre fleet. 

The current owner found Miranda II in Milan. After a long period of being stored in a shed, she was in a poor state and they had her shipped to a yard in Suffolk, UK for a full restoration. The work undertaken in 2011/12 was extensive including casting a new lead keel and bolts, new frames where needed and strengthening the boat with internal bulk heads around the mast and rudder post. Once the work was completed, she was fitted with new deck gear, a set of Dacron sails built by Suffolk Sail Makers.

Currently Miranda II is sat afloat and has sustained some damage from a recent storm in Malta (picture available of the damage) . She is now in need some some serious TLC and her price reflects this. 

2011/12 Works

Broken frames replaced

Keel bolts

Casting new lead keel (to orignal design) 

Bulk heads around mast and rudder stock 





Tacktick wireless system 

12v Battery (for bilge pump) 

Deck Equipment

x5 Bronze self tailing winches 




Aluminium mast 

Wooden boom 

Wooden spinnaker pole 



Sails built by Suffolk Sail Makers 2012


No 1 Genoa 

No 2 Jib 

No 3 Jim 


Additional Information


Removable outboard bracket 

Summer and winter cover 

Transport/storage cradle 

Measurement certificate from 2012 



The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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