1965 Nelson 34, twin Ford Sabre Diesels from 2004, just completed a long cruise from Gibraltar and ready to go again!
Built in 1965. GRP construction with blue topsides and white superstructure, heavy duty “D” fendering on gunwales, laminated fore and aft and transom cladding aft cockpit, extended wheelhouse, twin diesels 4 berths in 2 cabins.
Tyler Mouldings, Tonbridge, Kent
LOA 34' 7" (10.5m)
Beam 9' 6" (2.9m)
LWL 32’ (9.75m)
Draft 3' 3" (1.0m)
Displacement approx 7 tons
2 x Ford Sabre 225hp diesels fitted in 2004. Max speed of 22 knots. Shaft drive to fixed propellers with rope cutters.
Fuel Tank Capacity: 682litres in 2 tanks
Water Tank Capacity: 300litres
Shore power inlet
Generator – Portable unit
Electrical Circuit: 240V
Hot water Calorifier.
CQR 25kg anchor, Lofrans electric windlass on fore deck
2 x Stainless steel Samson posts, 2 x stainless deck cleats
Stainless steel davits
Fenders, fender baskets. and warps.
Fully fitted canvas awning over aft cockpit, fore hatch cover, fore screen cover. All in Burgundy coloured canvas.
Icom VHF radio, Philips Navigator
Plastimo Magnetic compass, Autohelm personal compass
Lo-Kata Navtex Radar, Plotter & GPS
Autohelm ST7000 Autopilot, compass and Tridata (Log-speedometer, Depth sounder)
Electric bilge pumps ��� x 3
Manual bilge pumps x3
Fire extinguishers 2 x automatic in each engine compartment
Deck wash Fire blanket
3 x 1.5kg Hand held fire extinguishers.
Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit. Fixed boarding ladder on the transom.
Horseshoe lifebuoy, hand held spot light
Treadmaster non slip deck covering
Marine sea toilet
Pressurised hot water
Two burner gas hob and grill
Just returned from Gibtaltar via sea, canals and river to the East Coast, "Annie Hay" was owned during the 1990's by Pete Townsend of the Who. She's a powerful semi displacement motor yacht with engine upgrade in 2004!