Nelson 34 Supreme 1978. Hull built Moulding No: L 0800028-78 for an Overseas Government contract which was cancelled. Built as a fast Patrol Boat/Interceptor.
Hull kept in undercover storage until 1988/89 when it was purchased for conversion into a motor yacht.
1988/89 purchase by the Fleming brothers who oversaw its professional fitting out as a six berth motor yacht. Although this was a ten year old moulding “it was in 'as new'
condition and was fitted out using professional electrical and mechanical personnel. The joinery and general outfit was of a very high standard and matched that of the system
installations according to the surveyor. This class of boat is noted for its sea worthiness and this craft has been outfitted such as to maintain this reputation” See survey
carried out by C Whettingsteel on the 18.12.1989 for further information. Engine hours when commissioned on the 27.01.1990 were 220 hours. The port engine was changed in
September 1992 at 440 hrs.
During the time with the Flemings it travelled extensively around the English Channel region, including trips to France, Belgium, Holland and the Channel Isles.
2005 Sold to John Farrell of Salford who carried our minor repairs and had Osmosis treatment carried out by Conwy Osmosis Centre.
2006 Sold to Neville Atherton of Preston.
20.09.2006 Sold to Chris & Elizabeth Stewart-Moffitt of Rothesay, Isle of Bute in who’s ownership it remained to date.
LOA: 34'0" / 10.36m
LWL: 0'0" / 0.00m
Beam: 10'00" / 3.04m
Draft: 2'60" / 0.79m
Hull Material: GRP
Engines: Twin Ford Sabre 212HP Diesel
Accom: 6 berths
Builder: Tylers / Fleming Brothers
Designer: TT Boat Designs
For further information
Steve: +44 (0) 780 320 2311
Harry: +44 (0) 777 868 2909
She has two singles over the engines, two in the forward saloon and a double in the aft cabin.
Ford Sabre 212 HP Diesel Engines (1020 Hrs) (one engine 12 volt the other 24 volt).
Borg Warner Gearboxes.
Twin Screw with left hand ally bronze ultrafine props.
Speed: 21.5 knots.
Trim Tabs: Electro Hydraulic Stainless Steel.
Electro Eliminators on both shafts.
Fuel Tank Capacity: 2 x 85 gallon tanks (fitted on keel line) with Internal and Deck filling points.
Water Tank Capacity: 40 gallons with Deck filling point.
Winch: Lofrans Tiger 1200 Electric/Manual (foot or remote operated).
Batteries: 2x 125 amp hr for 12 volt and 2 x 125 amp hr for 24 volt with selective isolator switches.
Wired for 12/24 and 240 volt throughout.
24 volt Rule Bilge Pump (main) + 2 small 12 volt Bilge Pumps in seacock wells + small portable spare with hose + Whale Gusher Manual Pump.
Inflatable Dingy with Honda 4 Stroke Outboard.
Danforth Anchor with 40 mtrs Chain (Main Anchor) + very large Grapnel type anchor as spare.
All fixed Mooring Lines (Rope & Chain) 2015 included. 240 volts Shore Cable.
3 x Life belts (2 with lights and fixed lifelines.
Inflatable Dan Buoy, Outboard Lift.
14 x Fenders. Collapsible 'at anchor' ball.
Cyclops Radar Reflector.
Stainless Steel Sink. Stainless Steel Two burner cooker.
Maxview TV Antenna Booster.
Jabsco Manual Sea Toilet.
Gas Alarm, Burglar alarm.
Folding Chart Table (Flexi Lights with 1 x red lense & 1 x clear lense).
Fire Extinguishers: 1 x 2 kg Dry Powder in each engine compartment / 1 x 1kg Dry Powder in forward cabin / 1 x 4.6 Kg Dry Powder in wheelhouse / 1 x 2kg Dry Powder in wheelhouse / 1x 2 kg Dry Powder in aft cabin.
2 x 240 Volt Tube Heaters ( one fixed in aft cabin + one spare in locker).
Garmin 700 series Chartplotter (with depth sounder).
Garmin Radar (works with Chartplotter).
Garmin GDL 40 Weather (works with Chartplotter).
Raymarine Self Steering.
Stingray Electronic Fluxgate Compass
SeaTalk Speed & Trip Instrument + Depth Sounder.
Cobra Radio Telephone with DSC.
Beam Satellite Phone/Modem (hard wired into wheelhouse).
Pair of Motorola PMR Portable Radios.
Cormar CSB200 Class B AIS Transponder with Shakespear Antenna.
Jabsco Spotlight with remote in wheelhouse.
Wheelhouse fitted with red overhead light for night running.
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.