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41' 1982 Lord Nelson Cruiser***SOLD***

Type: Sailboat
Year: 1982
Make: Lord Nelson
Model: Cruiser***SOLD***
Length: 41'
Status: Sold
Price: $ 99,000
Location: Caribbean
Date Posted: 2015-04-21
Broker Email: andre@torontoyachtsales.com

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Builder/Designer

 
Builder: Lord Nelson

Dimensions

 
LOA: 41′
LWL: 36′ 2″
Beam: 12′ 10″
Displacement: 11000 lbs
Draft: 5′ 8″
Ballast: 30500 lbs

Engines

 
Engine(s): Diesel
Engine(s) HP: 50
Engine Model: BMW
Hours: 3500 (Approx.)

Tankage

 
Fuel: 110g
Water: 200g
Holding: 15g

Accommodations

Drop-dead gorgeous teak and mahogany interior complimented with extensive use of bronze/brass fittings and marble counter-tops. 6′4″ Headroom. Fourteen opening bronze ports plus dorades for excellent ventilation. Two aft staterooms Pilot berth Settee berth Red courtesy lighting throughout Full cockpit cushions made of close-celled foam Dodger (spray hood) new 2010 Bimini & side curtains new 2002

Electronics

Hydraulic auto pilot . (New in 2002). Standard Horizon 175C chart-plotter with external antennae (new in 2005) E-Trex hand-held GPS (new in 2002) JRC 1000 radar with 16 NM range (new 2002) Apelco fish-finder with external transducer (spare depth finder) Speed & distance log Wind speed & direction SEA 156 VHF, antennae & cabling upgraded 2002 Icom 7200, SSB radio, (new March 2005, converted to be operational on HAM bands as well) Hand held Standard Horizon VHF (new 2002)

Galley

Fully equipped galley. Excellent storage in 5 drawers & cupboards. All counter tops surrounded by attractive fiddles. Propane stove new in 2002. Microwave oven, dual SS sinks, teak wine glass & dish racks, 12 cu. ft. well insulated Adler Barbour refrigerator/freezer.

Electrical

4 batteries-one 8D 220 amp gel-cell battery located in the forepeak is dedicated for the anchor winch, two 8D 220 amp gel cell house batteries (new 2011), one 120 amp. wet cell starter battery (new 2010) Balmar 165 amp alternator (new in 2008, old 120 amp Balmar as spare)) 60 amp 12V to 110 V inverter (2007) Intelligent 3-battery charger (2007) Kiss High output wind generator (new 2002) Transformer: 220V to 110V (for use in Europe, new 2003) Miscellaneous electrical cords & adaptors Incandescent brass lamps with separate night vision red bulbs in certain areas. Night-vision floor lighting provided throughout. 110VAC outlets throughout boat

Safety and Additional Gear

Avon Ocean Class 6-man life raft in canister mounted on deck (2002, last serviced 2010) 406 Class ACR EPIRB( serviced 2010) Ditch-bag containing: flares, kite, GPS, hand-held VHF and other survival gear including hand operated water-maker Man-over-board pole with attached horse-shoe buoy Life jackets, flares Collision mat 3 fire-extinguishers

Ground Tackle

2 CQR anchors ,200′ 3/8 G4 Chain
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