• Nelson 28'

    Sales Particulars - 'Specialist'

    The Hull deck and superstructure were moulded by Tyler mouldings to the well-respected Nelson Hull design by TT Boat Design. The hull is semi-displacement with raked stem and transom stern and has a moulded long keel. Heavy duty "D" fendering around hull with teak badging on transom and quarters. Teak decks. The hull had epoxy treatment from new with West System SF resin.

  • LOA: 28'6" / 8.72m
    LWL:
    Beam: 10'4" / 3.12m
    Draft: 3'0" / 0.91m
    Year: 1993
    Hull Material: GRP

  • Engines: 2 x Mermaid Merlin Ford 130HP
    Accom: 4 berths in 2 cabin
    Builder: Tyler Hull + Bridge Marine
    Designer: TT Boat Designs
    Location: Suffolk UK
    Price: £49,950

  • For further information
    Please Contact:

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

  • Accommodation

    "Specialist"offers light and airy accommodation giving a possible 3/4 sleeping berths with a twin/double berth in the focs'le and a single/cosy double in the saloon. by way of converting the saloon table, which is teak, inlaid with a star pattern.
    There is a separate heads compartment with H/C pressurised water system, basin and self draining shower and RM 69 electric toilet, which is attached to a holding tank. Opposite is a large hanging wardrobe.
    In the wheelhouse, the helmsman’s seat is to port with all instrumentation easily accessible, whilst to starboard is the navigators seat. Upholstery is blue velour and is excellent condition.
    Aft of the helmsman’s seat is a long galley area with stainless steel sink and pressurised H/C water, a Plastimo Neptune two burner cooker with oven and grill , and an Isostar refrigerator. There is ample storage space in the galley area.
    For colder days this vessel is fitted with an Eberspatcher warm air diesel heater with vents in the saloon and forward cabin.
    All timber trim is teak veneer and again in excellent condition.
    Walking through the aft door brings you to a good sized aft cockpit seating area with quarter seats & folding table between. A removable canopy with rear window covers the whole area. Cockpit cushions are available.

  • Engines

    Engine(s) Make: Ford Mermaid Turbo Merlin.
    Engine hours: 673.
    Engine(s) HP: 130 hp each.
    Engine Fuel Type: Diesel.
    Cruising Speed: 12 knots.
    Max Speed: 17 knots.

    Electrics

    Charging from engine alternators.
    240 volt shorepower system.
    Smart battery charger.
    Immersion heater.
    Fischer Panda PMS 4.500 240v. generator.
    Halogen searchlight with remote control.
    Full navigation and anchor lights.
    Comprehensive interior lighting.
    2 x Pantograph type windscreen wipers.

    Tankage

    Fuel: 170 imperial gallons.
    Water: 100 imperial gallons.

    Additional Equipment

    Eberspatcher heating heating
    Bennett trim tabs

  • Deck Equipment

    CQR type anchor with chain and warp
    Electric capstan type anchor windlass
    Stainless steel pulpit and bathing ladder
    Stainless steel and teak bathing platform
    Inflatable dinghy with 2.5hp 4-stroke Honda outboard
    Boathook
    Various warps and fenders

    Navigation Equipment

    Autohelm electronic compass
    Autohelm log/speed
    Icom M411 GMDSS VHF radio
    Autohelm depth sounder
    Aotohelm GPS
    Furuno Navnet chart plotter with combined radar
    Autohelm ST 7000 autopilot
    Clock and barometer
    Navigation lights

    Safety Equipment

    Fire extinguishers
    Fire blanket
    Pilot Gas detector
    Foghorn
    Horseshoe lifebuoy
    Electric and manual bilge pumps

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.