A proven blue water yacht, she was sailed single handed from Loch Fyne to the Caribbean and back in 2007/2008 completing the 9500 mile trip in nine months.
A very fine example of the excellent Nauticat 35, this one, hull number 35001 (the first), was fitted out by the factory with many extras for exhibition at two Scandinavian boat shows. Since then she has been continuously upgraded and maintained. She has also been set up by experienced owners for easy single handed cruising.
The well maintained and reliable 45HP Ford Lehmann fresh water cooled engine gives a cruising speed of 7.5 knots.
|LOA||: 36' 3" (11.1m)|
|LOD||: 34' 10" (10.7m)|
|LWL||: 29' 8" (9.1m)|
|Beam||: 11' 3" (3.5m)|
|Draft||: 5' 7" (1.7m)|
|Engine Type||: Ford Lehmann|
|Engine||: Inboard 45hp|
|Fuel Capacity||: 2x165litres|
|Engine Hours||: 3600|
|Location||: Loch Fyne|
Forward cabin has 2 berths. Heads compartment in forward cabin with shower. Galley leading to wheelhouse/saloon with 1 berth, table and seating for 5 or 6 leading to double aft cabin with en suite heads and shower.
3 ring gas stove with oven. Recessed top loading fridge.
Electric immersion heater on shore power and engine calorifier for hot water.
Pressurised hot and cold water system.
Genoa ~2003 (new UV strip 2008).
Cruising chute, age unknown but in very good condition.
Inner foresail ~2003, only used once.
Trysail - new 2007, unused.
Simrad chart plotter in wheelhouse, Navman chart plotter in cockpit (both use C-Map cartridges - UK cartridges included).
SI-Tex T-150 Radar.
Suunto Compass in wheelhouse.
New (2008) Plastimo compass in cockpit.
Raymarine ST6001 autopilot in wheelhouse and cockpit.
2 echo sounders (Dataline and Simrad).
Simrad IS15 wind speed /direction.
Simrad IS15 speed /Log.
Lofrans Anchor windlass with deck and cockpit controls.
Main Nav. lights fitted with LED's.
WindHawk at mast head.
12 volt. Dual house/starting battery banks with Stirling charge management system.
230 volt shore power system.
High power 2000 watt inverter with 230 volt output.
Rutland 913 Wind generator with HRDX controller.
Wind vane self-steering.
3 adult and 1 junior Seago self inflating lifejackets.
Nasa Clipper Navtex.
Blaupunkt stereo cassette player.
Nasa Marine DSC VHF radio.
RCD exemption and VAT certificates.
2007 survey available on request.
Although there is no holding tank there is ample space for one to be fitted.
Hand held VHF, EPIRB, 2.5HP Tohatsu outboard and dinghy available by separate negotiation.
Log of the transatlantic voyage printed in the Nauticat Association Newsletter Cat-A-Log.
Boat photographed on the 25th August 2008 by Claire France for Western Horizon Yachts
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Listing started in August 2008
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