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Nicholson (UK) – CHARLES NICHOLSON 60 FT KETCH for just £1,015,105

Basic details

Length:21.00 m

Width:4.30 m

Draught:2.25 m

Year Built:1924

Weight:32.50 kg

Number of Engines:1

Engine Model:Perkins

Drive:Diesel

Engine Power:84 kW (115 hp)

Number of Cabins:3

Number of Berths:8

Comments

Model: CHARLES NICHOLSON 60 FT KETCH
Type: sailing yacht
LOA (m): 21,00
LWL (m): 12,75
Beam (m): 4,30
Draft (m): 2,25
Year built: 1924
Builder: W.M. Ford Jnr – Berrys Bay Sydney
Country: Australia
Designer: Charles E. Nicholson
Displacement (t): 32,5
Ballast (tonnes): 10 tonne external bolted lead + 1.5 tonne internal
Hull material: wood
Hull colour: white
Hull shape: S-bilged
Superstructure material: Brazilian Mahogany
Deck finish: teak
Cockpit deck finish: teak
Dorades: Custom hand-made brass lobster back Dorade ventilators over forward accommodation
Window frame: Brazilian mahogony
Deckhatch: 2x Skylights
Fuel tank (litre): 4x total 614 litres / 135 gallons aluminium
Freshwater tank (litre): 4x total 523 litres / 115 gallons polyethylene
Blackwater tank (litre): one tank 113 litres / 25 gallons polyethylene
Wheel steering: yes
Emergency tiller: Sophisticated emergency tiller arches up over the wheel
More info on hull: – Browns pine carvel planking copper roved spotted gum laminated hull frames
– Sheathed to waterline in English Muntz metal
– Ballast 10 tonne external bolted lead + 1.5 tonne internal
– Swept Kauri deck 1 ½ inch thick laid over 2 x 5/8th inch ply sheathing on laminated beams
– Solid bulwark fully glassed over and capped as normal
– Outer edge of deck and bulwark caps in teak
– New Brazilian mahogany deck structures include skylights, coach house, steering box and coamings
– Massive new mast step built over existing step
– New main bulkhead
– All low points in bilge filled with bitumen to prevent any water ponding
– All new bronze hull bolts
– All windows screened with the latest temp minimizing and 99% UV block undetectable film
– Coach house been framed in ply and glassed for structural strength
This early 1920’s built yacht designed by Charles E. Nicholson comes with lots of history and character. Overtime she has been used for many purposes. From a 2nd World War search and rescue vessel to a luxurious family yacht, she has seen it all. Being renovated many times to ensure her great state, her last renovation was done in 2011 making sure she is up to date to modern standards without loosing her classic character. This was so well done that even Hollywood found this Charles E. Nicholson fit for the white screen, as she starred in the 2013 movie: “The Great Gatsby” as the perfect yachtFor more information: CHARLES NICHOLSON 60 FT KETCH for sale at De Valk Yachtbrokers – Click here:

Model: CHARLES NICHOLSON 60 FT KETCH
Type: sailing yacht
LOA (m): 21,00
LWL (m): 12,75
Beam (m): 4,30
Draft (m): 2,25
Year built: 1924
Builder: W.M. Ford Jnr – Berrys Bay Sydney
Country: Australia
Designer: Charles E. Nicholson
Displacement (t): 32,5
Ballast (tonnes): 10 tonne external bolted lead + 1.5 tonne internal
Hull material: wood
Hull colour: white
Hull shape: S-bilged
Superstructure material: Brazilian Mahogany
Deck finish: teak
Cockpit deck finish: teak
Dorades: Custom hand-made brass lobster back Dorade ventilators over forward accommodation
Window frame: Brazilian mahogony
Deckhatch: 2x Skylights
Fuel tank (litre): 4x total 614 litres / 135 gallons aluminium
Freshwater tank (litre): 4x total 523 litres / 115 gallons polyethylene
Blackwater tank (litre): one tank 113 litres / 25 gallons polyethylene
Wheel steering: yes
Emergency tiller: Sophisticated emergency tiller arches up over the wheel
More info on hull: – Browns pine carvel planking copper roved spotted gum laminated hull frames
– Sheathed to waterline in English Muntz metal
– Ballast 10 tonne external bolted lead + 1.5 tonne internal
– Swept Kauri deck 1 ½ inch thick laid over 2 x 5/8th inch ply sheathing on laminated beams
– Solid bulwark fully glassed over and capped as normal
– Outer edge of deck and bulwark caps in teak
– New Brazilian mahogany deck structures include skylights, coach house, steering box and coamings
– Massive new mast step built over existing step
– New main bulkhead
– All low points in bilge filled with bitumen to prevent any water ponding
– All new bronze hull bolts
– All windows screened with the latest temp minimizing and 99% UV block undetectable film
– Coach house been framed in ply and glassed for structural strength
This early 1920’s built yacht designed by Charles E. Nicholson comes with lots of history and character. Overtime she has been used for many purposes. From a 2nd World War search and rescue vessel to a luxurious family yacht, she has seen it all. Being renovated many times to ensure her great state, her last renovation was done in 2011 making sure she is up to date to modern standards without loosing her classic character. This was so well done that even Hollywood found this Charles E. Nicholson fit for the white screen, as she starred in the 2013 movie: “The Great Gatsby” as the perfect yachtFor more information: CHARLES NICHOLSON 60 FT KETCH for sale at De Valk Yachtbrokers – Click here:

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