• Nelson 113 (37')

    Sales Particulars - 'Soundtrack'

    A recent "new style" Nelson which has only been lightly used.

  • LOA: 37'0" / 11.3m
    LWL: TBA
    Beam: 11'6" / 3.5m
    Draft: 3'6" / 1.07m
    Year: 1998
    Hull Material: GRP

  • Engines: 2 x Sabre Perkins 300HP
    Accom: 4 berths in 2 cabins
    Builder: Landguard Marine
    Designer: Arthur Mursell / TT Boat Designs
    Location: South Coast UK
    Price: £75,000

  • For further information
    Please Contact:

    Steve: +44 (0) 780 320 2311
    Harry: +44 (0) 777 868 2909

  • Accommodation

    The interior joinery and finish is to yacht quality in all respects. The main interior finish of the vessel is of American cherry vinyl covering to coamings and headlinings and upholstery to furniture. Overhead linings are fastened to timber grounds and are easily removable. With the exception of the toilet compartments sole panels throughout are carpeted. Berths, seat cushions and seat backs are of foam upholstered with material of navy Alcantara. Curtains are fitted to the side windows of the wheelhouse/saloon and to the port lights of the forward and aft cabins. 2 x Double cabins (occasional single in saloon) Total sleeping capacity: 5 persons The vessel is fitted with a diesel-fuelled heater, which both heats the hot water cylinder and provides heating to the forward and aft cabins and to the wheelhouse.


    GRP hull and superstructure The hull is of the round bilge form with a fine forward entry, flat run aft and a long keel/skeg The hull is moulded using a combination of chopped strand matt and woven rovings and stiffened by a system of girders, frames and stringers. The deck/superstructure is moulded using chopped strand matt and woven rovings with an EGB core incorporated in horizontal panels. Plywood stiffening to the decks is further incorporated where required. The vessel is fitted with traditional 'D' section rubber fendering to the hull. Teak badging. A sacrificial grp stem shoe is fitted to the stem extending to well under the forefoot and a stainless steel stemhead anchor plate is fitted to the bows. The vessel is painted and/or coloured as follows: Hull - Dark Blue Superstructure - White Boot-top – White. Antifouling - Blue Timberwork -Exterior timberwork varnished gloss. Accommodation trim varnished satin. The underwater surfaces of the hull are treated with solvent free epoxy prior to application of antifouling. Two zinc anodes are fitted to the hull and all major items of equipment are bonded to them.

  • Electrics

    The main boats system is 12v DC supplied by four heavy duty lead acid batteries arranged in two banks of two batteries each. A parallel switch is fitted for emergency engine starting. The 12v DC system is supplied via a distribution panel fitted with DC rated circuit breakers. The vessel is wired for AC shore supply and includes a 40A battery charger, 1 KW immersion heater to the hot water cylinder and 220v power circuit. The boat is fitted with marine quality light fittings including overhead lights throughout, reading lights to the berths of both forward and aft cabins, bulkhead lights to the engine compartment and external lights to the upper deck. Navigation lights comprise side, stern, steaming and anchor. AC power sockets are fitted to the forward cabin, the galley, the wheelhouse/saloon and the aft cabin. A 12v DC socket is fitted within the wheelhouse/saloon. The toilet compartments are fitted with shaver sockets.


    Wind speed and direction.
    Swimming ladder.
    Cd player.
    Marine head.
    Log speedometer.
    Cockpit speakers.
    Battery charger.
    Shore power inlet.
    Bimini top.
    Hot water.
    Radar detector.

  • Engines

    2 x Sabre Perkins M300Ti Diesel 4 Blade Bronze 600HP, max speed 20knots and a cruising speed of 18knots.
    Cruising range: 200 nm @ cruising speed. Twin station hydraulic steering Eltrim electric bilge pumps. Manual back up bilge pumps. The engine compartment is lined with marine quality fire retardant acoustic insulation. The exhaust system is of the wet type with underwater outlets within the engine compartment.

    Nav Equipment

    Two Raytheon RL80C's with synchronised radar. Raytheon Raypilot 650 Autohelm Depth, Speed, Log Raymarine ST60 wind with repeater on the bridge


    Navigation Equipment Autohelm ST60 plus Tri-data log/echo-sounder + repeater. Autohelm ST60 plus Electronic compass + repeater. Plastimo Offshore 90 1 x Magnetic compass. Shipmate RS 8300 VHF Radio. Raytheon Pathfinder colour 10" RL80C digital Radar (2000) interfaced Raytheon colour 10" RC631 chart plotter (2000). Raytheon Raypilot 650 with remote. Deck Equipment. Stainless steel stemhead roller. 1000W capstan type electric windlass. Stainless steel bollards to the bows and quarters. Stainless steel cleats to the side decks amidships. 35 Lb CQR anchor, 30m anchor chain and two 15m mooring lines. A tubular fabricated radar arch is fitted complete. with eyes for signal halyards. Windows to the wheelhouse/saloon are fitted with toughened glass. The side wheelhouse/saloon windows are slide opening. Skylight/escape hatches are fitted to the forward and aft cabins and two skylight hatches are fitted to the wheelhouse/saloon. Pantograph wipers to the forward screens and a marine quality horn. 6-Man Lifeguard liferaft. 2 x Radar reflectors.

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.