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Humber 35 for sale in Argyll, Scotland United Kingdom

OFFERED BY

Mark Cameron Yachts

LOCATION

Argyll, Scotland United Kingdom

YEAR

1992

LENGTH

37.01 ft.

DETAILS

Condition

Used

Name

WHITE ROSE

Year

1992

Make & Model

Humber 35

Boat type

Power

Length

37.01 ft.

Fuel Type

Diesel

Location

Argyll, Scotland United Kingdom

Tax status

Tax Paid

MEASUREMENTS

Beam

12.93 ft.

Draft Max

3.9 ft.

Draft Min

3.94 ft.

LWL

32.97 ft.

DESCRIPTION

The Humber 35 was designed by John Askham; who was responsible for the design of the Nelson 34, 40 & 42 while employed by TT Boat designs. Commissioned by Fred Booker the design was to be based around the popular Nelson concept, highly capable, semi-displacement hull form. However where the Humber 35

CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:

GRP moulded hull

GRP formed internal structural members

Plywood bulkheads laminated to hull

Original blue gelcoat finish to topsides

Underwater hull stripped to bare GRP 2015

CopperCoat antifouling applied in 2015

Deck & Superstructure Construction:

Single piece GRP moulded deck incorporating coachroof and wheelhouse superstructure

Moulded non-slip texture panels to finish side decks and coachroof top

Laid teak decking to finish aft deck and cockpit

Alloy framed windows and portlights

Keel & Rudder:

GRP moulded keel to protect props

Bronze rudders

MACHINERY

Port Engine:

Perkins Sabre M225Ti

225hp

6 Cylinder

Borg Warner 5000 hydraulic reversing marine gearboxes

Micro Commander fly-by wire single lever engine controls at both helm stations

Dash panels with Rev counter, Oil pressure and water temp gauges

Starboard Engine:

Perkins Sabre M225Ti

225hp

6 Cylinder

Borg Warner 5000 hydraulic reversing marine gearboxes

Micro Commander fly-by wire single lever engine controls at both helm stations

Dash panels with Rev counter, Oil pressure and water temp gauges

Maintenance & Performance:   

Engines fully serviced spring 2023

Displacement cruising speed 7.5kts (3mpg)

Top speed 18kts

Port engine running hours – 2,416hrs

Starboard engine running hours – 2,358hrs

Set of cruising engine spares aboard

Propulsion & Steering:

Conventional packing type sternglands

Stainless steel propshafts

Bronze P-brackets

Disc type rope cutters

Bronze 3 blade propellors

Sea Star by Teleflex hydraulic dual position steering system

Autopilot:

Autohelm ST7000 control head at both helm stations

Autohelm hydraulic drive system

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

230VAC shore power system

12VDC onboard power system

Shore Power:

Extension lead to connect to shore supply

Single 16 amp connection

Hardwired RCD protected system

3 pin UK sockets, battery charger, immersion heater.

Battery Banks:

Port Engine / Domestic Batteries – 3x 12VDC, 110Ah, Numax CXV batteries (2020/21)

Starboard Engine Battery – 1x 12VDC, 110Ah, Numax CXV batteries (2013)

Emergency Battery – 1x 12VDC, 110Ah, Numax CXV batteries (2014)

Inverter Battery – 2x 12VDC, 110Ah, Numax CXV batteries (2015)

Inverter:

Sterling Power Products Inverter

12VDC – 230VAC, 1800W

Alternator:

12VDC alternators on both engines

Battery Charger:

Newmar HDMbattery charger

230VAC – 12VDC, 40 amp

3 outputs

Solar Panel:

Single 120W, deck mounted panel

MPPT charge controller

Charges port  and inverter battery banks

Battery Monitoring:

NASA BM2 monitors x2 – Reading port and starboard battery banks

General:

12VDC auxiliary and USB charging sockets at helm and in stern cabin

Windscreen Wipers – Wynn wipers with stainless steel pantograph arms

Windscreen Washers – Fresh water

Horn

Extractor Fans – In galley and forward heads

PLUMBING

Fresh Water:

Pressurised hot and cold water system

Mixer taps in heads and galley

Shower fittings in both heads

Hotwater from calorifier

Bilge Pumps:

Manual bilge pump x1 – Patay manual pump

Electric bilge pump x3 – with running indicator lights at helm stations

Deck Wash:

Pressurised 12VDC pumped system

Connection point in gas locker

TANKAGE

Fuel:

Twin diesel tanks

Alloy tank construction

Approximate capacity 85gallon per tank

Total approximate capacity

Fresh Water:

Single fresh water tanks.

Stainless steel tank construction

Approximate total capacity 100gallon

Calorifier:

Single insulated tank

Approximately 90ltr capacity

Heated by engine cooling water or immersion heater

Tank Monitoring:

Gauges for both fuel and water tanks.

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:

Depth/Speed/Log -Autohelm ST50 Tridata display

Wind – Raymarine ST40

Magnetic Compass

Below Decks:

Depth/Speed/Log – Raymarine Tri-data system (2023)

Plotter – Raymarine C80 Classic providing chart plotter

Radar – Garmin GPS4008 MFD, currently used as standalone radar, would provide chart plotter functionality with chart card.

Magnetic Compass

Selection of charts

Communications Equipment:

VHF -RS8110 VHF with dual control stations

Handheld VHF – Standard Horizon

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Stove – NEFF domestic style 4-burner gas stove

Oven – SMEV oven and grill unit, built in below worktop

Fridge – Built in front-loading Waeco with inbuilt icebox

Sink – Domestic type sink with full sink and half sink with draining rack

Heads:

Equipment duplicated in each heads

Toilet – Jabsco manual marine toilets

Wash hand basin

Mixer tap

Shower fitting

Shower drain pumps

Heating:

Electric convector heater in aft cabin, 1.25kw

Portable electric radiator

Entertainment:

Panasonic cassette/radio head unit

Speakers in saloon

Cello 12VDC TV/DVD player

Lighting:

Overhead lighting throughout interior

Reading lights over bunks in cabin

Engine space lighting and wondering lead lamp

Mixture or LED and conventional bulbs

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Twin cabin forward with en-suite access to forward heads

Forward heads

Galley/Dinette, converting to occasional double berth

Wheelhouse/Deck saloon, converting to occasional double berth

Master aft cabin with en-suite heads

Aft heads

Accommodation Finish:

Joinery work of oak veneered plywood with soild oak trims

Joinery work finished in satin varnish

Plywood soleboards finished with fitted carpets throughout

Headlinings finished in vinyl covered panels

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:

Two single berths in V-layout forward

Standing room between berths running through to aft of cabin

Storage lockers below bunks, accessible from doors below bunks inboard. Cave locker forward, accessible by lifting bunk cushions and base

Hanging lockers outboard to starboard aft with countertop above.

En-suite access to forward heads

Forward Heads:

Accessed from forward cabin.

Manual marine toilet locate outboard aft.

Countertop forward with inset wash hand basin

Dinette/Galley:

Linear galley to starboard

Inbuilt gas hob cooker forward with inbuilt oven beneath

Worktop running aft with inset sink unit aft and worktop space inboard

Built-in fridge below worktop section aft, inboard.

Selection of locker above and below the worktop

U-shaped dinette settee outboard to port

Fixed table, adjustable height, dropping down to create double berth with infill cushions

Countertop outboard of settee back to port

Storage lockers beneath settee with access from top and below.

Wheelhouse/Deck Saloon:

Internal helm station to port with dedicated helm seat.

Engine controls outboard to port with engine dash panels forward and plotters mounted above.

U-shaped saloon seating outboard to starboard.

Forward section of seating flips and folds up to create a double forward facing bench seat when required with chart working area forward.

Saloon table on removable legs, can be set at ‘dining’ or coffee heights. Table top can also be stowed on the port side of the cabin adjacent to helm seat when not in use.

Drinks locker outboard to port in way of companionway to aft cabin

Sole lifts to provide access to engine space

Aft (Master) Cabin:

Accessed from port side of saloon

Double island bed located centrally aft.

Counter unit outboard to port with drawer beneath.

Hanging and shelved lockers outboard forward to port.

Single seat unit outboard to starboard with dresser unit and countertop outboard, drawer beneath.

En-suite access to aft heads outboard forward to starboard.

Aft Heads:

En-suite access from aft cabin

Manual marine toilet located inboard aft

Countertop running length of compartment outboard with inset wash handbasin forward

DECK EQUIPMENT

Canvas Work:

Sprayhood

Cockpit Tent – Can have sides removed to provide bimini style cover

Windscreen Cover

Winter Cover – Old cockpit cover

Anchoring & Mooring:

Bower Anchor – 20Kg Bruce anchor on 60m of 10mm chain with additional 50m of 16mm multiplat

Kedge Anchor – 45lb Fisherman’s type anchor on 30m of 3/8” chain with an additional 20m of 20mm multiplat

Spare Anchor – 20lb Fisherman’s anchor

Anchor Windlass – Simpson Lawrence Seawolf electric windlass with chain gypsy and warping drum. Foot button controls on foredeck with switches at both helm station

Towing Warp – 100m heavy duty warp

Mooring Warps – Selection

Fenders - Selection

Tender:

Inflatable Dinghy – Zodiac Cadet Fast Roller 285 Acti-V

Outboard – Mariner 3.5hp, 4-stroke.

Davits – Simpson davits on transom (85kg lifting capacity on each davit)

Outboard Davit – Stainless steel removable swivelling davit, of suitable capacity for MOB recovery

General:

Stainless steel bow roller

Stainless steel guardrail running the full length of the decks with solid upper and lower rails.

Alloy fairleads to port and starboard forward

Alloy mooring cleats mount on toerails forward and midships.

Deck mounted alloy mooring cleats aft

Electric anchor windlass mounted on deck with foot button type controls

Liferaft mounted on deck chocks forward of windscreen

Solar panel mounted on wheelhouse roof.

Fixed lower section of windscreen with alloy frame, sprayhood securing along top edge

Elevated cockpit aft with full cockpit tent enclosure

Bench seating with backrests forward to port and starboard

Exterior helm station to port with engine controls and dash panel forward

Guardrail gate centrally to provide access to transom mounted folding swim/boarding ladder

Removable, gunwale mounting 2- step boarding ladder, stowing on aft rail

Removable gunwale mounting 5-step swimming ladder, stowing on aft rail

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:

Steaming light

Navigation lights

Anchor light – LED

Deck flood over aft deck

Life saving:

Liferaft – 4 person cannister raft, cradle mounted on deck (next service due spring 2024)

Horseshoe Lifebuoy x2

Fire Suppression System – SeaFire PG150 5kg automatic system in engine space

Fire blanket

DISCLAIMER

In this case we are acting as brokers only.

The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.

This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice

PROPULSION

Engine Count

2

Engine Horse Power

225

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

HULL

Hull Material

GRP

Hull Color

Blue

Hull Construction

GRP

Hull Type

Semi-Displacement

OTHER

Displacement(kgs)

10160 kgs

ABOUT HUMBER 35

The Humber 35 is a 37 feet long that boasts a 13 feet beam. and a draft of 1.19.This 1992 diesel Humber 35 is powered by a Perkins Sabre M225TI, with 225 horsepower. The Humber 35 is made of grp.

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