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1986 Lord Nelson 35

Noank, United States

$89,000

First and foremost, Penrose is a beautiful yacht above and below decks. With her canoe stern, cutter rig, solid fiberglass construction, and full keel design, she is ready to take you anywhere you have the time or desire to go. Used as a coastal cruiser, she will delight you with her predictable, easy sailing characteristics and exquisite teak interior. Offshore, her substantial displacement and intelligently laid out sail handling controls allow for safe and comfortable passage-making.

Her current owners are very experienced sailors who have taken excellent care of Penrose for the past four years. During this time, they have upgraded or added sails, solar and wind generator, chart plotters, heating & air conditioning, communication and safety gear. She is ready to go in the water right now so you can start enjoying her many attributes immediately.

 

 

Basic Boat Info

Price: $89,000
Make: Lord Nelson
Model: 35
Year: 1986
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 35 ft
Length Overall: 42'10 ft
Length Of Deck: 35'10 ft
Waterline Length: 31'4 ft
Beam: 11'10 ft
Min Draft: 5'4 ft
Displacement: 20,500 lb
Ballast: 7,500 lb
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 2
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 4JHE
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 40hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Feathering
  • Year: 1986
  • Engine Hours: 6330
  • Engine Location: Center

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 75 gal
Fuel Tank Material: Stainless Steel
Water Tanks: 2
Water Tank Capacity: 100 gal
Water Tank Material: Stainless Steel
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 30 gal
Holding Tank Material: Stainless Steel

Other

Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Direct
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Cruisers, Cutter

Contact

Jonathan Smith CPYB
Prestige Yacht Sales

Office

Prestige Yacht Sales - Mystic Location
2 Washington Street
Mystic, Connecticut, US, 06355
Tel:860-245-5551


Accommodations

The full-width head compartment in the forepeak features a manual Raritan head, a large vanity with Italian marble countertop, varnished teak cabinetry providing plenty of storage, a roomy shower area, and a full-length mirror. There is access to the anchor locker from this compartment.

Next, aft to port is a queen sized Pullman berth with super comfortable crushed velour cushions. Drawers in the berth face a large double hanging locker to starboard to hold your gear and clothing.

The main cabin has a lovely and very substantial double drop-leaf centerline dining table. U-shared port and in-line starboard settees both have storage inside and triple lockers outboard above the berth backs. A Jensen 12-volt flat screen TV is mounted on the forward end bulkhead, above the port settee and is connected to a powered HD antenna -- you can also stream your favorite movies or show via the boat’s built-in WiFi system. The forward facing nav station is located at the forward end of the starboard settee with a lift-up chart table and newly rebuilt, varnished area for thoughtfully laid out, brand-new instrumentation and communication equipment.

The U-shaped galley feels very secure underway and very complete under all conditions. The deep double sinks are properly located on centerline with hot and cold pressure water faucet, bronze freshwater hand pump, and a new pressure salt water faucet. The gimballed four burner propane stove with oven and large icebox with Adler-Barbour DC refrigeration enables you to easily provide meals for a full crew.

Opposite the galley to starboard is the enclosed aft cabin with a double berth and large hanging locker offering private accommodations for a second couple.

  • Varnished teak woodwork throughout

  • Teak and holly sole

  • Varnished ash staving hull ceilings

  • Off white Formica overhead

  • Bronze opening ports with screens

  • Wooden grate in sole with removable dust bin underneath

 

Hull and Deck

 

  • Single piece solid hand laid fiberglass hull (no core)

  • Single piece solid hand laid fiberglass deck

  • Teak overlay on side decks and cabin top

  • Cabin trunk and coach roof end grain balsa cored

  • Hull to deck joint fastened with adhesive and stainless-steel fasteners

  • Isopthalic resin used for all gel coated surfaces above the waterline

  • Epoxy barrier coat below waterline

  • Hull insulated with closed cell foam above the waterline

  • Internal solid cast iron ballast

  • Solid mahogany bowsprit with stainless steel anchor chain protection plate

  • Twin anchor rollers

  • Double Railed stainless steel boy and mahogany boarding ladder

  • Tall teak bulwarks and toe rails

  • (11) Bronze opening ports with screens

  • Stainless steel mast pulpits with wood belaying pins

  • Teak handrails on the cabin top

 

Sails and Rigging

  • Kenyon painted aluminum deck-stepped mast

  • Pace Edwards full height mast steps

  • Kenyon painted aluminum boom

  • Stainless steel standing rigging and turnbuckles (new 2011)

  • Harken headsail roller furling

  • Harken staysail roller furling

  • Selden GX 15 top-down spinnaker furler (new 2016)

  • (6) Barient self-tailing winches

  • All halyards & reefing lines new 2017

  • Lazyjacks

  • North 130% Hydranet tri-radial cut roller furling genoa (new 2016)

  • North Hydranet tri-radial cut roller furling staysail (new 2017)

  • North Hydranet tri-radial cut fully battened mainsail (new 2016)

  • Fairclough custom stackpack system for mainsail (new 2018)

  • Downs asymmetrical cruising spinnaker

  • Winchard Gyb’Easy boom break (new 2016)

 

Electronics

  • Pedestal mounted Raymarine eSeries Hybridtouch e127 chartplotter with Navionics USA/Canada charts (new 2015)

  • Raymarine eSeries e7 chartplotter at nav station (new 2016)

  • Raymarine i50 speed and depth instruments over companionway (new 2015)

  • Raymarine i60 wind system over companionway (new 2015)

  • Raymarine Evolution autopilot with the head unit at nav station (new 2016)

  • Raymarine Ray60 VHF with loudhailer (with foghorn) and Raymic remote station at the helm (new 2016)

  • Vesper Marine XB-8000 AIS transponder (new 2015)

  • ICom M802 single sideband radio at nav station (new 2017)

  • P4 Dragon DR-7800 Pactor-4 modem with Bluetooth (new 2017)

  • Fusion MS-UD755 marine stereo with chartplotter integration, Bluetooth and connection to TV at nav station (new 2017)

  • Speakers in the main cabin and Fusion speakers in the cockpit (new 2017)

  • Islandtime wifi system (new 2016)

  • Jenson DC flatscreen TV in the main salon with powered HD antenna (new 2015)

  • ACR EPIRB

 

Electrical

  • 110V and 12V DC electrical systems with breaker panels

  • (2) 110V 30 amp Shore power receptacle with 50’ power cord

  • (2) deep cycle 4D hour batteries (new 2018)

  • (1) heavy duty starting/aux battery (new 2018)

  • 130 amp Ample Power alternator (rebuilt 2010)

  • Ample Power smart regulator for alternator

  • Ample Power energy monitoring system

  • Bluesea Systems P12 DC 40A battery charger with remote display (new 2015)

  • Kiss wind generator with Morningstar Tristar charge controller wired to dump excess power to element in hot water tank (controller new 2017)

  • (2) Solbian SP 130 flexible high-efficiency solar panels with Genasun MPPT charge controller mounted on bimini (new 2016)

  • Solbian SXp 60 flexible high efficiency/high shade tolerance solar panel with Genasun MPPT charge controller mounted on dodger (new 2017)

  • All interior and navigation lights converted to LED (2016)

  • Tri-color masthead light

  • Spreader lights

 

Hull Construction

 

Construction is hand laid fiberglass reinforced plastic joined at the deck line. The hull to deck joint is a connection by horizontal overlapping flange mechanically and chemically fastened through teak toe rails. The toe rail is varnished teak. The hull and deck are foam cored. Design is a cutter rig, with external lead ballast cruising type keel and a keel hung rudder.

 

Machinery

 

Auxiliary power is by a single screw Yanmar, diesel inboard, 40 HP @ 3400 RPM. This is a model: 4JHE. It is a four cylinder, fresh water cooled, engine with 6,330 hours on it (per hour meter only). The serial no. is 01268. The transmission is a Kanzacki, two stage reduction gear , 2.6 to 1 ratio. The prop shaft is stainless steel 1 1/4” size. The propeller was a three bladed, bronze, 18” -feathering type. The exhaust is raw water cooled through a Vernalift fiberglass, muffler-wet to the transom.

 

The engine appears to have been well maintained reinforced the the presence of spare parts. Owner reports that she starts immediately, runs very well without any signs of problems.  

The steering system is a wire cable to quadrant with a pedestal and large 52” teak destroyer type wheel. There is also an emergency tiller available as well as autopilot provision as a back up. There are two bilge pumps all 2500 GPH 12 VDC electric bilge pumps with auto float switch plus a manual hand bilge pump by Whale/Gusher. Through hull fittings are bronze with ball valve type sea-cocks.

 

Electrical Systems

The yacht electrical system is 12 volt DC with starting batteries plus a 115 volt AC shore power. There are two Hubbel type 30 amp shore power receptacles on the starboard side outboard coaming. Circuit protection is by breaker switches located at the panel next to the nav station. Wiring is apparently copper stranded. All batteries are secured in acid proof containers with protective covers. There are four European type rotary disconnect switches. The battery charger is a Mastervolt 50 amp charger. The boat also has European type disconnect switches . There is a Prowatt, #2750 inverter. We observed that the chain plates are wired to the keel in older lightning protection method.

 

Plumbing

  • Double stainless galley sink

  • (6) Gallon hot water tank plumbed to engine heat exchanger, 110V element and element from wind generator charge controller

  • Manual bilge pump

  • Saltwater washdown system on foredeck

  • Hot/cold pressure water in the galley

  • Saltwater pressure faucet in galley sink (new 2016)

  • Freshwater washdown in the cockpit

 

Deck and Rigging

 

Stainless steel bow rails atop bow sprit, well secured, free of damage.

Port and starboard navigation side running lights

Harken roller furling.

Running rigging is newish in appearance.

Forestay chain plate assembly inspected, found to be in good condition.

Two stainless steel box frame anchor fairleads with bronze rollers.

Two CQR 35# anchors.

Stainless steel stem cap, well secured.

Raised bulwark, teak capped.

Teak over deck, fastened.

Muir Cheetah windlass,

Two deck mounted foot control switches.

Bronze hawse pipe cap.

Deck pipe port side forward marked “WASTE”.

Dual, Harken Mach III roller furlers

Stainless steel stanchions, double stainless steel vinyl coated life lines. 

Molded cabin trunk top, fitted with overhead skylight deck-escape hatch center forward.

Two adjustable bronze dorades, each provided with stainless steel guard rails.

Cabin trunk top fitted with four longitudinal teak handrails

Three large Taylor boat fenders with cloth covers.

Aluminum mast and boom. 

Cutter rigged with two roller furled headsails-with dual Harken roller furling

Single spreader aluminum mast-deck stepped with compression post below

Mast fitted with Barient #21 ST sheet winch starboard, two Barient #21 ST sheet winches portside.

Mast fitted with aluminum climbing steps.

Mast fitted with windex, anemometer, VHF whip antenna.

Mast fitted with two sets of aluminum spreaders.

Radar scanner, forward side of mast, provided with custom stainless steel rail mount.

Cabin trunk top fitted with two stainless steel leaning bars.

Stainless steel 1x19 standing rigging with stainless steel chain plates.

Chrome over metal turnbuckles

Cabin trunk top provided with overhead skylight deck-escape hatch aft of mast.

Custom stainless steel sheet traveler

Two deck pipes top deck port side amidship marked “WATER”.

Custom stainless steel teak boom rest.

Two adjustable dorade vent cowls cabin trunk top aft.

One bronze ships bell.

Hubbell 30 amp 125 volt shore power cord receptacle starboard side aft, 

 

Mechanical

 

  • Dometic heating and air conditioning system with two zones installed in the main salon & aft cabin (new 2016)

  • Webasto diesel powered forced air heat

  • Adler-Barbour DC refrigeration

  • 4 burner propane stainless steel marine oven

  • Xintex S-2A propane detector – remote solenoid shut off

  • Muir custom 1100 lb. capacity windlass with up/down deck switches

  • Manual bilge pump

  • Electric bilge pump with float switch

  • Edson pedestal steering with cable and quadrant

  • Chrome spoked teak wheel

  • Spurs line cutters on shaft

 

Additional Equipment

  • Chelsea ships clock & barometer

  • Rocna Vulcan anchor with 250’ of chain (new 2015)

  • Bruce anchor with 400’ of nylon rode

  • Beige Sunbrella bimini with stainless steel frame (new 2012)

  • Beige Sunbrella dodger with stainless steel frame (Resewn 2013)

  • Stainless steel outboard engine lifting davit

  • Rail-mount Magma grill with canvas cover

  • Beige Sunbrella custom cockpit cushions (new 2011)

  • Viking 4-person life raft mounted on the stern pulpit (new 2016)

  • Zodiac 8’ inflatable dinghy (new 2016)

  • Yamaha 2.5hp outboard

 

Disclaimer
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.
Additional Contact Information

Please text or call Jonathan Smith, CPYB, at 860-514-3763 or email jsmith@prestigeyachtsales.net.


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