CAMPER AND NICHOLSON NICHOLSON 35
Visible à TITCHMARSH (UNITED KINGDOM)
'For her length one would be hard pushed to find a tougher go-anywhere cruiser as popular as the Nicholson 35. For over 20 years and six versions, this bullet-proof long fin cruiser has been crossing oceans and looking after her crews in the process' - Yachting Monthly, Summer 2016.
Amaryllis is fully-equipped and ready to go. Cruised extensively this summer, she has solar power, wind generator, wind vane steering, new standing rigging, outboard and dinghy... the list goes on.
Available for viewing ashore at Titchmarsh Marina. Please phone for more information or an appointment.
Amaryllis sleeps five with two in the forepeak (twin or with infill) and a double and single in the main cabin.
The galley has a Plastimo Atlantic oven with grill and 2 burners on the hob. There is a fridge and larder, plus hot and cold water to the sink.
The heads also have hot and cold water supplied by a calorifier.
- Electric bilge pump
- Hot water - Calorifier
- Cockpit table
- Shore power inlet - plus lead
- Furling mainsail - plus spare
- Wind generator
- Marine head
- Liferaft - 6 man
- Solar panel
- Spinnaker pole
- Radar reflector
- Teak cockpit
- Fully battened mainsail - plus spare
- Storm jib
- Cockpit cover
- Steering wheel
- Bimini top
- Spray hood
- Cockpit cushions
- Manual bilge pump - (2)
- Radar - plus AIS
- Mainsail cover
- Battery charger
- Log speedometer
- Outboard engine brackets
- Wind speed and direction
- Swimming ladder
Construction, Mechanical & Rigging :
Engine and hull
The original 50hp Perkins engine (model 4108) has a hydraulic drive to a two bladed prop. The 160 litre tank gives a cruising range of around 300nm.
Well-maintained, in 2014 a new sea water pump, shaft, bearing and seals were fitted while the fresh water pump was replaced last year. There is also a new alternator as a spare.
All four batteries are in good condition. The engine and anchor windlass batteries were replaced in 2013 while the service batteries were new in 2015.
In 2008/9 the hull was peeled, dried, relaminated and eventually coated with six layers of epoxy. Supervised by a surveyor, his report says '..I have never known problems to arise in a vessel which has been epoxy/glass-sheathed and epoxy coated below the waterline.'
Deck equipment and sails
Amaryllis has consistently been upgraded over the years. She had a new hatch in 2007, new electric anchor winch in 2008 and new standing rigging in 2015.
Additional to original construction specification are 10W and 80W solar panels, a wind generator, inner forestay and Hydrovane wind steering. In keeping with a vessel used for serious sailing she has two main anchors - a 20kg claw with 60m of chain and a 35lb CQR with 50m of chain.
Her sail locker includes 2 main sails (with three point slab reefing), two genoas and a storm jib.
- LOA : 10.69 m
- Beam : 3.18 m
- Draught : 1.69 m
- Rigging : Sloop
- Keel : Fixed Keel
- Material : Polyester
- Hull : Monohull
- Hull colour : Other
- County / District : TITCHMARSH
- Country : UNITED KINGDOM
Equipment on the boat
- Number of cabins (except saloon) : 2
- Total number of berths : 3
Maintenance / Various
While this information is believed to be accurate, we are not responsible for their accuracy. Non-contractual information. All the above measurements are approximate. Thank you to note that the prices of some boats can be expressed in a currency other than the Euro. In this case, the price in euros is indicative only. To avoid any error, please contact the responsible broker for the sale of the boat.