Here we have a lovely example of the very popular, much-loved Nelson 34. This one is the Mark III (short forecabin, centre cockpit, aft cabin) and on this boat – although it has been beautifully brought up to date, it still has some of its original and (very charming) features such as the original ‘Sailor Type 46 T’ S.P Radio.
In 1997 this Nelson 34 had new twin Perkins Sabre M225TI 6 cylinder, 225hp engines fitted and the engine hours are around 350.
Recent service and maintenance history includes:
New canopy July 2018
New pilot and navigator seats
New cabin upholstery
Teak recently sanded and cleaned
All varnishing recently renewed
New engines 1997
Semi-displacement hull with heavy-duty moudings by Tyler Boats
Dark blue hull with teak badging & heavy-duty ‘D’ fender
White superstructure with wooden aft-cabin sides and top
Grey Treadmaster non-slip on deck
Centre cockpit with wheelhouse
Alloy framed windows and radar mast
Stainless steel pulpit, stanchions and aft pulpit rail
Substantial stainless steel handrails around cockpit access
Top speed is believed to be circa 26 knots at 2,500 rpm
Ideal cruiser speed is around 18 knots
Fitted out to sleep 4 in two cabins
Saloon with settee berths port and starboard
Aft cabin with 2 single berths
Separate toilet compartment with a Blake Baby Minor marine toilet, fold-down sink & handpump for fresh water
Galley to starboard with portable gas cooker and AC ring
Stainless steel sink with pressured water
Fresh water capacity – 50 gallons
Diesel capacity – 200 gallons
Fenders, anchor & rope
Tyler Boats described this version as:
“Round bilge, semmi-displacement hull with spray knuckle forward and provision for fendering at the deck edge connection”
Specification includes: Fore deck, Side decks, Aft deck, Forward coach roof, Wheelhouse, Aft cabin”
This boat is in our big boat display area and can be viewed with us 7 days a week.
Please call us or email us with your questions and to arrange your viewing with us.
Thanks for looking!
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