• Braveheart 35'

    'Braveheart'

    ‘Braveheart’ is an aft deck version of the Seaward 35, custom built to a very high specification in 2005. The boat is fitted with the dual electronic control helm option. Powered by two 330 hp Cummins, and with a top speed in the region of 25 knots ‘Braveheart’ is a great long distance cruiser which has recently completed the trip from the West coast of Scotland to the South coast. Recent new electronics means the latest Nav systems and software are on board. The original high specification means comfortable living on board. At sea she is a purposeful, workboat like vessel with and heavy rubber fendering. She has a deep lazarette/stern locker, accessed from the aft deck, equipped with access ladder and fitted with two shelves above the water tanks for tool boxes, spares, folding bicycles or dinghy.

    After testing the Seaward 35 in overfalls off Guernsey, the Motor Boats Monthly boat test confirmed the sea-keeping qualities when they wrote: ‘The sea conditions through which we pushed the Seaward 35 would have forced most other boats of a similar size, and indeed many larger craft, down to a crawl. Worse, their occupants would have been turning green with seasickness or white with fright. For us these are perfect test conditions. Perfect that is if you are in a boat built for the job’.

  • LOA: 37'0" / 11.34m
    LWL: 30'8" / 9.40m
    Beam: 12'4" / 3.75m
    Draft: 3'8" / 1.16m
    Year: 2005
    Hull Material: GRP

  • Engines: 2 x 330hp Cummins Diesel
    Accom: 5 berths
    Builder: Seaward Marine, Cowes, IOW
    Designer: Arthur Mursell, TT Boat Designs
    Location: Yarmouth, Isle of Wight
    Price: £179,000

  • For further information
    Please Contact:

    Steve: +44 (0) 780 320 2311
    Harry: +44 (0) 777 868 2909
    info@nelsonyachts.co.uk

  • Accommodation

    Fully sprung mattresses to V berth in owners cabin. Single berth and bunk berth in dinette area. Additional pull out double berth in wheelhouse area. The Navigators seat folds forward to extend the length of the berth. Ivory Alcantara head linings and side linings throughout. Eberspacher Hydronic 5 hot water and central heating system with three outlets; all individually controlled. Electric flush toilet with fresh water flush. Hanging lockers. Ceramic hob 2 burner diesel cooker Built-in combi microwave/grill. Galley fridge. The two fresh water tanks in the lazarette hold 70 gallons (318 litres).

    Construction

    Cream leather KAB suspension helm seats. Full Ivory Alcantara side and headlinings. Contemporary upholstery. Avonite galley worktops. Combination of contemporary wheelhouse carpet and teak and holly flooring to compliment the oak veneer. ‘Braveheart’ is an aft deck version of the Seaward 35 fitted with the dual electronic control helm option. Oxford Blue GRP hull with white superstructure. Pilot type rubber fendering and spray rails to hull. Teak decks throughout. Traditional teak to aft deck area and top of aft deck seat lockers.

  • Engines

    2 x 330 hp Cummins diesel engines. Fitted with contra-rotating propellers. 1 ¾” diameter stainless steel shafts giving a maximum speed of 25 knots (approx. 43 km/hr). Twin cast bronze airfoil rudders. Mather Cruise Command electronic controls, dual station. Stripper type rope cutters and longer shafts. Trim tabs with digital and LED indicators. Vetus 55kg bow thruster with rocker switch at each helm station. Exhaust cooling water alarm system. Automatic fire extinguishing system to engine room. The Seaward Nelson 35 has a proper engine room that is self contained below the wheelhouse floor.Easy access for routine checks and service is through a hinged hatch in the floor. The whole of the compartment is well insulated including under the engines. This compartment also contains the vessel’s batteries and seawater filters.Ventilation is by a series of large GRP shell type vents fitted to the sides of the superstructure. Three engine room lights are provided; these are switched on/off from the helm switch. Fuel tank No.1 holds 143 gallons (650 litres). Fuel tank No.2 holds 121 gallons (550 litres). Each engine has its own primary and secondary fuel filter. The fuel supply lines are fitted with an emergency cross connection valve. This valve is for use in the unlikely event one of the engines should break down and thus enable all the fuel on board to be available to the remaining engine. There are inspection lids for tank cleaning.

  • Nav Equipment

    Raymarine E125 Multi Function Display. Raymarine I60 wind display. Raymarine I70 Data display. AIS transponder. 4KW radome radar. Simrad AP26 autopilot system. Simrad RS87 DSC VHF at helm and flybridge. Cyclops radar reflector.

    Electrics

    Two independent battery banks. 240V Shore power with voltmeter, power supply to 240v ring main and hot water immersion heater.6 sockets in all throughout. Fischer Panda 4000 generator fitted 2014. Victron 12/1600W/70A inverter / charger supplying mains 240v voltage when shore power is not available. Remote Victron control panel in saloon. Voltage sensitive relay for split charging. One 12v power socket.

    General Equipment

    Deep lazarette, accessed from aft deck, equipped with access ladder and fitted with two shelves above the water tanks for tool boxes, spares, folding bicycles or dinghy. Aft deck teak seating arrangement with cockpit seat cushions. All round stainless safety rails with access gates on both port and starboard. Pilot boat-style rubber spray rails, A pair of D Fender upright fenders to aft quarters. Teak and stainless steel boarding platform with in-built boarding ladder and fold-down swim ladder. Weaver snap davits are fitted to the boarding platform to allow secure carriage of a dinghy. Electric windlass with controls at the foredeck and at the aft deck helm station. Built-in flat screen TV. High gain multi-directional TV antenna. KAB suspension seats and headrests in cream leather.

Disclaimer:
In this case we are acting as Brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not in any way guaranteed. These particulars are intended as a guide only and they do not constitute a term of any contract. Prospective buyers are advised to check the specification and condition of the vessel for themselves, and where appropriate, at their own expense, to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and sea trial and/or to have an engine trial conducted.