- 9.8 m
- $12,000 (£8,728)
- 2.8 m
- Tax Status
- Tax Unpaid
- Draft Max
- 1.7 m
- Boat Type
- Engine Make
- 1 x Beta Marine Kubota D1005
- RB Ref
- Engine Count
- Grenada W.I.,
- United Kingdom
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About this Camper & Nicholsons NICHOLSON 32 MK VII
The Nicholson 32 is one of the most successful yachts built by Camper & Nicholson and a proven ‘blue-water’ cruiser. ‘Tradewind is a solidly built boat and has sailed across the Atlantic and cruised extensively in the Caribbean and Venezuela. The interior of the boat is well thought out and offers ample space for this size boat. She has her own private mooring on the south coast of Grenada. ViewingbyappointmentatourGrenadaOffice +.
The layout offers up to 5 berths with 1 separate sleeping cabin. There is full standing headroom throughout the main saloon. In the forepeak: a V berth with access to anchor locker and hatch to foredeck. Moving aft, a hanging locker and bookshelf to starboard side, the ‘Lavac’ head is located on the port side with washbasin. This is followed by the saloon with a bench seat to port which converts into a double berth and bench seat to starboard divided by a dinette folding table. Plenty of storage lockers either side and under seats. Moving further aft the galley makes good use of available space. To starboard 2 burner cooker and grill, sink and storage. To port is the fridge and freezer which converts to navigation station. The cockpit companionway steps cover the engine compartment.
Located centrally under the cockpit is the Beta Marine, Kubota D1005, 28hp diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger.
- 2 x house batteries
- 12 volt Engine starter battery
- Twin Alternators for battery charging
- Wind generator, Air marine 400 Watt turbine
- 110v 240v Inverter
- Xantrex Battery monitor
Spars and Sails
Masthead sloop Proctor rigged with anodized aluminium mast and boom. Running rigging in good condition. Lewmar winches in cockpit (4) and Mast (3) Jib pole
- Mainsail with three reefing points.
- 120% furling Genoa
- Storm Main
- Storm Jib
- Awning, covers yacht from mast to backstay with roll up sides
- Delta anchor with chain
- Lewmar electric windlass
- Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires
- Blue canvas Sprayhood
- Boarding ladder
- Various warps and fenders
- Day anchor ball
- Tiller steering
- Steering compass, Contest 130
- Raymarine ST 60 Speed instrument
- Raymarine ST 60 Wind and close hauled wind instrument
- Raymarine Depth instruments
- Garmin GPS
- VHF Marine transceiver IC-M304
- Raymarine 1000 Plus Tiller autopilot
- Lowrance Chart Plotter. Global Map 7500. Charts of Caribbean.
- AIS ASR 100
- Navigation lights
- Fire extinguishers
- Seasaver 4 person life raft (needs servicing)
- Radar reflector
- Horseshoe ring & Light & Danbouy without flag
- Smartfind Plus EPIRB
- Rule Bilge pump, auto and manual
- Water alarm
- Sundry spares
- 8ft West Marine dinghy - 2019
- Little Crane 174, for lifting outboard.
- Mercury 4HP 4 Stroke outboard
- ‘Wind Pilot’ self steering gear
Built in 1969 by Halmatic LTD, in the UK; Tradewinds of Lynher has a one piece GRP laminated white hull, constructed to Camper & Nicholson specification.
Tradewinds has had many upgrades over the years and comes outfitted with many spare parts.
Tradewind of Lynher has a USA registration and there are no known outstanding encumbrances.
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own 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 on our part.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, 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 owner’s specific needs.
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