• Halmatic Nelson 42'

    'Samsara'

    "Samsara" ..

  • LOA: 42'0" / 12.50m
    LWL: -
    Beam: 11'8" / 3.60m
    Draft: 1'96" / 0.6m
    Year: 1980
    Hull Material: GRP

  • Engines:2 x 285hp cummins
    Accom: 4 berths
    Builder: Halmatic
    Designer: Halmatic/Nelson
    Location: Belguim
    Price: €100,000

  • For further information
    Please Contact:

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

  • Accommodation

    4 berths, galley cooker, oven, microwave. 2 burners, 1 sink, 2 toilets. Water capacity 400ltrs, 2 tanks. Carpet teck flooring. Leather upholstery. 2 curtains. Water central Heberspacher. Stereo/Radio/CD/Multi media screens.

    Engines

    2 x 285hp cummins, 1750 hours run, water cooling. Gearbox. 4 blades. Drive to prop axles. 15knots cruising speed. 24knots max speed. Fuel cap 1800ltrs. 2 tanks under saloon seats. Engine 2001.

  • Construction

    Nelson 42 made by Halmatic in 1980. 13,000 displacement. Hull material composite, hull colour blue. Deck white teck. Keel config nelson hull. Twin Rudder config. White epoxy treated.

    Electrics

    4 gel batteries 24v 2002, generator, navigation lights, 3 windscreen wipers.

    Safety Equipment

    4 Lifejackets. 2 Lifebuoys. Flares. Fog Horn. Radar reflector. 2 Fire Extinguishers.

  • Nav Equipment

    Compass. Log/Speed. Depth. VHF/SSB x2. GPS x2. Chartplotter x2. Integral GPS. Autopilot. Radar. Clock. Charts North Sea.

    Deck Equipment

    Pulpit/Pushpit rails. Bathing ladder. Bathing platform. Davits. Cockpit cover and cushions. Winter cover. Anchors-main. Kg. Kedge: 12. Chain 50m. Bilge pumps. Mooring warps/fender 6. Boat hooks.

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.