The Nicholson 35 is one of the most successful yachts built by Camper & Nicholson and a proven ‘blue-water’ cruiser. The 35 has a very attractive sweep to the sheer, nicely balanced overhangs and a low-profile cabin house that results in a handsome look that, although nearly 30 years old, does not seem dated or old-fashioned. The hulls of the Nicholson 35 are built of solid laminate fiberglass cloth and plastic resin. ‘Furore’ is no exception and has sailed across the Atlantic and cruised in the Caribbean. The interior is well thought out and offers ample space for this size boat. Viewing by appointment at our Grenada Office - Klicken Sie hier um die Telefonnummer zu sehen - nfo(at)clarkeandcartercaribbean.com
The layout offers up to 5 berths with 1 separate sleeping cabin. There is full standing headroom throughout the main saloon. In the forepeak: a V berth with access to anchor locker and hatch to foredeck. Moving aft, there is a washbasin and shower to starboard. With a Lavac head to port. This is followed by the saloon with a bench seat to port to port and starboard. Plenty of storage lockers either side and under seats. Moving further aft the galley makes good use of available space to starboard with two-burner oven and grill, stainless steel sink with hot water heated by calorifier. Cutlery and crockery included. To port is the navigation station. The cockpit companionway steps cover the engine compartment.
Located centrally under the cockpit is the Perkins 100 series 42hp diesel engine, 1000 hrs. Last serviced Feb 2019.
2 x Delco house batteries 1 x 100 starter battery Solar panel
Spars and Sails
Masthead sloop rigged with anodized aluminium mast 2006 and boom 1995. Standing rigging 2017
Running rigging in good condition 2006 4 x Lewmar 40 winches 2 x Lewmar 8 winches Jib pole Mainsail - Dacrom - Saturn - 2016 - Excellent condition - White Genoa - Dacron - Saturn - 2018 - Excellent condition
2 x anchors 35lb CQR anchor & 40 meters of chain Lofrans manual windlass Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires Blue canvas Sprayhood, Blue sail cover Bimini cover Boarding ladder Various warps and fenders
Sestral steering compass, Garmin GPS Nasa Echo sounder VHF Huson Hydrovane Navigation lights Charts
2 x Fire extinguishers Fire Blanket Plastimo life raft Needs servicing Radar reflector Lifebuoy & Danbuoy EPERB Manual bilge -Henderson/Rule Lifejackets & harnesses
4hp Yamaha outboard Inflatable rib dinghy 'Hydrovanet’ self steering gear
Built by Camper & Nicholson in 1979 to their own design. Dark green GRP hull with gold cove line. Teak toe rail. White GRP superstructure with moulded non-slip to deck. Long fin keel with encapsulated lead ballast. Skeg hung rudder. Wheel steering. Aft self draining cockpit. .
I have owned 'Furore' for 32 years having bought her in Scotland in 1988. We sailed to the Algarve in 1989 and stayed there for two years. We then went to Puerto Mogan in Gran Canaria sailing the islands until 2001. From there we sailed across the Atlantic to Grenada keeping her in Spice Island Marine boatyard. We sailed up and down the East Caribbean for about three months of each year , the rest of the time she was out of the water in a cradle.
She is a fantastic sailing yacht but I have to sell now because of family illness which means I have to stay in England for the foreseeable future.
Furore has a Bristish SSR registration and there are no known outstanding encumbrances.
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