• Humber/Nelson 35'

    'Tralaw'

    "Tralaw" was built at 35' LOA and originally manufactured by Humber to a design by legendaery Nelson 40' designer John Askham.
    Fitted with 2 x Mermaid Majestic 6 cylinder 200hp Engines and able to berth 4 or 5 people Tralaw is a fine example of the Nelson 35.

  • LOA: 35'
    LWL: 33"
    Beam: 11'
    Draft: 3'
    Year: 1986
    Hull Material: GRP

  • Engines: 2 x Mermaid Majestic (6 cyl) 200HP each
    Accom: 4/5 berths
    Builder: Humber
    Designer: John Askham
    Location: South Coast
    Price: £58,500

  • For further information
    Please Contact:

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

  • Accommodation

    No of Berths: 4/5 berths.
    Galley. Cooker: Gas

    No. of burners: 2 + Oven and Grill

    No. of sinks: 2

    No. of toilets: 2

    Water capacity: 600l approx

    No. of tanks: One

    Cabin Flooring: Carpet

    Curtains: Yes - Wheelhouse replaced 2019

    Heating: New Eberspacher D5

    Air Con: No

    Stereo/Radio/CD: Yes

    Additional Details:

    Two berths with heads, basin and shower in front cabin.
    Double berth with head, basin and shower in aft cabin. Single berth in wheelhouse.

    Construction

    Hull and Superstructure Material: GRP
    Hull Colour: Blue

    Deck Material: Treadmaster

    Deck Colour: Grey

    Keel Configuration: Long/Deep

    Rubber Configuration: Twin bronze

    Epoxy Treated: -

    Electrics

    No. of Batteries: 4
    Date: 2x2019, 2 older

    Voltage: 24v

    Generator : None

    Navigation Lights: Yes

    Windscreen Wipers: 3

    Additional Details:

    New Eberspacher D5 Heater 2020.

    New Heat exchanger(Header tanks fitted to engines 2021.

    Tralaw is fitted with the later Ford Mermaid Dover Series 2726T Engines.

    New Racor filters and pipework fitted by Richardsons in 2019.

    New Hydraulic pumps, Ram and pipework + outside controls 2020.

    Inside and Outside steering positions.

  • Engines

    Engines: 2 x Mermaid Majestic (6 cyl) 200HP (each)
    Cooling: Heat Exchanger

    Gearbox: tba

    No. of blades: 3 Blades

    Drive to prop: Shaft

    Cruising Speed: 16-18 Knots

    Max Speed: 22 Knots

    Fule Cap: Twin

    No. of Fule Tanks: 2

    Engine Service: Regularly maintained

    Eng Year: 1986

    Additional Details:

    2 x Rope Cutters

    Deck Equipment

    Pulpit/ Pushpit Rails: Yes
    Bathing Ladder: Yes

    Bathing Platform: Yes

    Davits: No

    Cockpit Cover: Yes

    Winter Cover: No

    Windlass: Electric Winch

    Anchor - Main: Yes

    Kg. Kedge: No

    Chain: Approx. 40 meters

    Bilge Pumps: 3

    Mooring Wraps/ Fender: Yes

    Boat Hook: Yes

    Additional Details:

    Tralaw is one of the last Humber/Nelson 35s produced and has a central rear door (not the earlier side door) which allows the aft bed to be placed centrally. It also has an aft heads with basin and shower. This arrangement is like that on the later Dale 38s and is more usable. A pair of beaching legs are also included.

  • Nav Equipment

    Compass: Yes
    Log/Speed: Yes

    Depth: Yes

    Wind Speed/Direction: No

    VHF: ICOM

    GPS: Part of chartplotter

    Chart Plotter: Standard Horizon CP500

    Integral GPS: Yes

    Autopilot: Raytheon Smart Pilot

    Radar: Furoro

    Clock/Barometer: Yes

    Safety Equipment

    Lifejackets: Yes, 2
    Lifebuoys/Ring: Yes, 2

    Fire Extinguishers: Yes

    Other Information

    Recent Survey: No
    Report available: No

    Additional Details:

    The vessel is well maintained, very seaworthy and ready to go. One year ago she had a major mechanical overhaul.

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.