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Nauticat 35

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Category:Sailing Boats
Manufacturer:Nauticat 35
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1995
Sales status:available
LOA:10.97 m/36 ft
Length:10.97 m/36 ft
Width:3.35 m/11 ft
Draft:1.83 m/6 ft
Category:fin keel
Engine manufacturer:yanmar
No. of engines:1
Material hull:grp

Remarks :
Nauticat 35 for Sale.  JENNYANYDOTS is a beautifully presented and extremely good example of this Finnish deck-saloon sailing yacht.  With all the benefits of a rufty-tufty motorsailor combined with the grace and sailing prowess of a more conventional aft-cockpit cruising yacht, there is something here for everyone.  The aft cabin is extraordinary for a boat of this size, offering space, light and decadent.  "Sparkman and Stephens, the designers or the modern Nauticats, enjoy a solid reputation among sailing yachtsman.  It would be misleading to even pretend that the Nauticat 35 is in quite the same league as their more usual ocean greyhounds, but she does have some features in common with them.  Her sections are deep and gently rounded, and the keel is, by today's standards, a low aspect-ratio fin.  The rudder, too, is shorter and broader than the most up-to-date racing sailor might like, but the end result is a slippery and sea-kindly hull, which should be able to handle a wide range of conditions with ease yet maintain good cruising speeds.  The hull's internal depth leaves plenty of room for accommodation, requiring only a low coachroof over the forward cabin and a well-proportioned deckhouse to give full 6'4" headroom in the saloon and forecabin."

Accommodation :
Sleeps 5 in 2 double and 1 single berth in 3 cabins
Satin varnished solid teak and teak faced marine ply interior joinery Teak faced marine ply with light wood stripping and a varnished finish on cabin sole White moulded head linings with teak battening Blue heavyweight cloth upholstery Blue/ purple cloth curtains Eberspacher diesel fired hot air cabin heating with outlets in all cabins and controls in saloon
Navigation/ Helm Area (opposite saloon, starboard): Wheel helm with morse-control throttle Angled chart table (foreward of wheel), with stowage for charts beneath Storage in lockers (to starboard) Sideboard with bottle stowage and bookcase Hanging locker (aft of sideboard) Opening deckhead hatch Galley (aft of foreward cabin in lower part of a boat to starboard): Linear galley High quality white speckled laminate worktops with teak trim Twin stainless steel sinks with thermostatically controlled mixer tap Eno 3 – burner gimballed gas stove with oven and grill Goldstar 800w 240v microwave oven 100 litre top- opening refrigerator with Isotherm cooling plates and Isotherm 12v compressor Extensive cabinetry, drawers and locker Deckhead hatch Dorade for ventilation Saloon (located to port in raised deck saloon/ pilot house): Unimpaired vision through aluminium framed safety glass windows Large U - shaped settee accommodating six persons, converts to single berth Teak table Storage beneath table and outboard of saloon seating Opening deckhead hatch Aft Cabin: Accessed by descending steps from aft of Navigation area Large double berth (to port) 2 – person settee (to starboard) Hanging locker Shelves Cabinets and under berth lockers Opening ports Aft Heads (to port): Light laminate with teak trim Mosaic tiled sole Accessed through aft cabin Sink with hot and cold water Hot and cold pressurised shower with curtain, draining to common bilge and out via automatic bilge Par manual marine heads Storage underneath basin Opening port Forecabin: V berth with infill to form double Large full-length illuminated hanging locker with shelves in rear Table Drawers and storage under berths Large deckhead hatch with blind Reading lights over berths Overhead lighting Dorade ventilation Teak battening in hulls sides Heads (aft of forward cabin and located to port): Light laminate with teak trim Mosaic tiled sole Sink with hot and cold water Hot and cold pressurised shower with curtain, draining to common bilge and out via automatic bilge   Par manual marine heads Storage underneath basin Deckhead hatch

Inventory :
Navigation Equipment: At helm: Autohelm ST6000+ autopilot repeater (2003) Autohelm ST50 speed/ depth/ log repeater (1995) Autohelm ST50 wind repeater (1997) Suunto D135 binnacle – mounted steering compass Garmin GPS Map 176C Colour GPS/ Chart plotter (2003) V – Tronix VHF speaker in cockpit At Navigation Area: Garmin GPS120 GPS (1997) Autohelm LCD Radar Autohelm ST6000 autopilot  with hydraulic drive (integrated with GPS), (1995) Autohelm ST60 Depth display (2003) Autohelm ST50 speed/ depth/log display (1995) Simrad RD68 VHF with DSC (2001) Raymarine A9 chart plotter Raymarine 650 AIS receiver and transmitter NASA Navtex NASA AIS receiver only Anchoring and Mooring Equipment: 20 kg Bruce anchor 30 metres 3/8ths chain and warp Additional bow roller Simpson Lawrence Horizon 1000w electric anchor windlass with foot control on deck Fortress aluminium kedge anchor mounted to pushpit Fenders with navy blue fender socks Mooring warps Aluminium mooring cleats (fore and aft) with fairleads in toe rail Twin aluminium mid-ship cleats (port and starboard), (2002) General Equipment: Radio/ CD player with 2 x Maxima Marine deckhead speakers and switchable cockpit speakers TV aerial (at masthead) Mountings for side boarding ladders (port and starboard) Stainless steel transom boarding ladder with teak steps Stainless steel dorade pulpits, cockpit back pulpits and companionway grabrails Stainless steel davit for outboard Royal Blue canvas sprayhood with stainless steel frame Royal Blue Canvas dodgers with line pockets Royal Blue Canvas stackpack sail bag with gooseneck cover Royal Blue Canvas bimini for cockpit (2012) Helm, pedestal and anchor windlass covers NC Bjerg opening deckhead hatches throughout Vetus electric windscreen wipers for foreward deck saloon windows Opening side windows deck saloon Cockpit cushions fitted with backrests Teak cockpit table (stored in purpose made bracket in saloon) Teak holder for cups, binoculars etc (at helm) White powder –coated helm pedestal and stainless steel grab bar with a mounted instrument binnacle Teak deck box which fits on stern   Excluded from sale: Outboard Clock (aft cabin) Sextant (fitted in the forward cabin)   Safety Equipment: 1 x automatic bilge pump with float switch and manual over-ride 1 x manual bilge pump Open fronted stainless steel pulpit with teak step Stainless steel pushpit with guardwire across centre Stainless steel guardrail stanchions with teak capped guardrails and opening gates (port and starboard) Emergency steering connected directly to rudder stock Autoflug 4-person canister liferaft (mounted to starboard aft guardrails), out of date 2 x horseshoe buoys with lights OSCAR MOB sling EPIRB Quickbuoy inflatable danbuoy 4 x harness points (in cockpit) Webbing jackstays Firdell Blipper radar reflector Foghorn Fire Extinguishers throughout Automatic Fire Extinguisher (in engine compartment) Fire Blanket (in galley) Pilot gas monitoring system Carbon Monoxide detector (galley) Full complement of navigation lights including anchor and steaming light

Mechanical :
Built in 1995 by Nauticat to a design by Sparkman and Stephens
Hull number 109 White GRP hull deck and superstructure Hand laminated GRP with a balsa – cored subdeck for increased stiffness and improved insulation Subdeck is overlaid with hand-picked teak planking Bulkheads are teak faced marine ply bonded to the hull Foreward coachroof is also teak laid Teak laid cockpit Navy blue sheerstrake and waterline Coppercoat by Symblast (2013) Superstructure windows are toughened safety-glass suspended in aluminium frames Superstructure is fastened to the hull with an aluminium toe-rail and stainless bolts Exterior trim is a combination solid teak and stainless steel Externally bolted lead ballast Fin keel (secured with acid-proof steel bolts) GRP rudder blade supported by half depth GRP skeg- rudder stock of acid proof steel supported by bronze bearings Air Draft approximately 15.5 metres Hide covered stainless steel wheel   Engine: Yanmar 4JH2-E 4-cylinder, 50hp marine diesel engine (1995), number 08189 Start/stop controls with Morse lever in navigation area and Volvo control lever (at helm/ pedestal) VDO rev counter, oil pressure and water temperature gauges (above interior helm position) Engine hours approximately 1100 (as at September 2017) Freshwater cooling via heat exchanger and raw water inlet Mechanical gearbox with 2.6:2 reduction 30mm acid-proof steel propeller shaft driving through cast p-bracket and cutlass bearing 3-bladed 16” x 14” bronze fixed propeller Spurs rope cutter Sleipner 12v 4hp bow thruster with control on helm pedestal Fuel consumption 4 litres per hour Range 480 nautical miles Electrical: 12v domestic system 240v system supplied by shorepower and 1kw inverter (with changeover switch) 1 x 12v 120Ah Type 666T engine start battery (2010), (in wooden battery box, foreward) 2 x 12v 180Ah Varta semi-traction service batteries, joined to provide 360Ah (2016), (secured in wooden battery boxes to starboard side of engine) Engine and services batteries can be joined to supply 480Ah Batteries charged via 12v 50a engine mounted alternator Sterling 4-stage alternator booster Ellego TVA 12v 40amp battery charger with analogue Amp meter Vetus rotary battery charge control switch Rutland wind generator 240v and 12volt sockets throughout Auplint DC control panel Easily accessed separate fuses for bowthruster, electric windlass and domestic system VDO analogue Amp and Volt meters Water System: Par pressurised hot and cold water system Water heated by 20 litre capacity engine driven calorifier or via immersion heater from shore power Deck wash pump, with connection in the cockpit Water filter fitted in cold water line (in galley) Tankage: Fuel capacity 350 litres in 2 x stainless steel tanks (either side of engine under saloon floor), Port tank 169 litres, starboard tank 156 litres VDO fuel gauges Tanks independently filled with a crossover valve (under steps) Fresh water capacity 500 litres in 2 x stainless steel tanks (under saloon floor), port tank 303 litres, starboard tank 172 litres Tanks independently filled with a crossover valve (in galley) Water level gauge (in galley) Holding Tank (under aft cabin bunk) Selection valve for sea or holding with a macerator for emptying Rigging: Masthead sloop rig Two sets of spreaders Selden aluminium alloy silver anodised mast and boom Mast steps at base of mast to aid access to mainsail halyard (2002) Folding mast steps to first cross tree Selden rod-kicker boom vang with block and tackle adjustment Deck stepped mast with stainless teel compression post from deckhead to keel base 1 x 19mm stainless steel standing rigging (1995), NDT tested 2003, with cap – shrouds replaced (2003).  Rig check (2013) and minor work carried out as recommended Furlex genoa furler with Rutgerson jamming cleat aft of cockpit Barton genoa tracks with Lewmar turning blocks Fully battened mainsail system with Seldon low0friction ball-bearing car system and aluminium track riveted to aft-end of mast Sanders Sails stack-pack sail handling system with lazyjacks Lewmar adjustable mainsheet traveller with Lewmar blocks and Spinlock jammers Sails: Northsails fully battened Dacron mainsail Northsails Dacron furling genoa Winches: 2 x Lemar 48ST 2-speed self-tailing genoa winches (in cockpit) Lewmar 16ST 2-speed self-tailing mainsheet winch (at companionway) Anderson 12ST 2-speed self tailing halyard winch (on mast) Anderson 10 single speed reefing winch (on mast)

Waterline length29 feet
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