2x VP TAMD 63 each at 370 hp. wonderfully beautiful and implemented solid quality boat! One owner since new!
Basic data of the Nelson 38
- Seller:Sea Independent
- Ship's name:Ole Brum
- Motorization:2x VP TAMD 63 each at 370 hp
- Category:Motor Yacht
- Year of construction:1999
- Material:GRP (Polyester)
- Experience: Dinghy, children's boat, A day of boating fun, Family holidays, Suitable for part ownership, (Semi) permanent residence, Blue water cruising, seagoing, Weekendcruiser, weekends aboard
- Length:39.76 feet
- Width:12.30 feet
- Draught:4 feet
- Variable draught:No
- Country: Norway
- To view in sales harbour/showroom: No , Oslo, Norway
- Price:£ 160.972 VAT Not paid (€ 181.000 VAT Not paid)
- Account Manager: Marcel Borgmann
- Boat specifications in PDF: Download here
Designed by TT Boatdesign on the Isle of Wight, Nelson 38 was built at DALE Sailing, Pembroke, Wales in 1999. DALE engineers pay particular attention to the small details that make a big difference to experienced sailors - fuel tanks throughout the hull length for low centre of gravity and improving stability, fully soundproofed hull sides, rubber-coating engine rooms instead of metal plate to make it more comfortable when working there , penetrations and hull fittings have engraved labels, the possibility of lowering the antenna mast for easier passage under low bridges +++. Here, absolutely everything is thought out to the smallest detail and nothing is left out to chance.
One owner since new! Annual circulation and full service every year at Tjörns Yachtservice in Sweden which is especially known for its strong ties to Sweden Yachts.
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- Designer: TT Boatdesign on the Isle of Wight
- Shipyard: Marlborough Marine
- Draught: 124 cm
Displacement: 12 tonnes
Nelson 38 can at first glance give associations to well-known canal boats. This, on the other hand, is an ocean-going motorboat built on a previous pilot boat design. This is solid and real craftsmanship. All boats are built according to the buyer's wishes and requirements. From carpets in the cabins to the cutlery drawer in the galley, from map storage and drinks cabinets in the wheelhouse, to complete décor, everything is designed and built to the owner's exact specifications.
The cost price of this boat with the options made was 5MNOK in 1999. It is highly costly, and continuously maintained and upgraded.
- New generator in 2020. Cost NOK 50,000
+ assembly -Navigation equipment
and radar new a few years ago -Shifted to stronger bow propeller. Sleipner.
- Forward looking sonar.
-The staff were very friendly and helpful.
-6x dorado valves and steel pipe.
-Grip shackles are in teak (standard is stem).
-The co-pilot seat is ordered larger than standard to make room
for a larger refrigerator than what the boat normally comes with. -Table to knock out in wheelhouse and bar cabinet at the end of the sofa.
-Specially adapted pantry solution equipped with hatch in the worktop of garbage bag underneath. -Custom bookcase in salon.
Dickinson diesel burner with visible flame. (The refrigerator is normally placed by default).
- Sail dinghy hangs asterous in daviter. This is a Walker Bay 10, with sail pack and oar. Perfect for the kids! There is also the possibility to mount the hanger on it.
-Indoor storage and service at Tjörns Yachtservice in Sweden every year since new!
Chartplotter new 2017. Both outside and inside
Bow propeller Sleipner
Warm Eberspächer with blowout in all rooms
Generator Lombardini Marine unit LMG 4000 (New in 2020)
Battery charger 40 amp and connection to hot water tank
Anchor Winch Sprint 1500
Daviter Simpson 100
Carpets in cabins
Double bed aft with particularly good mattress from Norwegian supplier
Mosquito net in frame for all port-lights that are to open
Burglar Alarm C-pod
Battery alarm C-pod
Fire extinguishers 4 pcs
Fire extinguishing system engine room
El. anchor winch ahead. Pedals and console
Radio with speakers in lounge
Hob with 4 flares and oven
Refrigerator with small freezer
2 bathrooms with toilet and shower and v+k water
Electric drain pump
Teak on aft deck/flybridge
Swimming platform with bathing ladder
Light boat. Walker Bay 10 dinghy with sail pack!
Suspension for pushpit pendant
Torking equipment, ropes and 9 fenders
Maximum length 13.63 m
Height 3.25 m
Fuel 2x650 L
Water 425 L
Septic 90 L, with tyre emptying
- Berths: fixed: 5
Wide teak doll tables, for exclusive looks and safe coverage on deck. External steering position on aft deck/flybridge. Plenty of space on the aft deck and several good seating. Descend to the bathing platform. Access to the dinghy hanging in the daviter. Bright and nice wheelhouse with plenty of space and more seating. 2 places in the direction of speed and accommodate 5 people in two good sofas with corresponding fold-down coffee table. Good view and lots of natural light from large windows. Clear driver position with all you need of equipment, including forward looking sonar. Further ahead, you will come to the salon. All wood is in exquisite Mahogany and very well kept. In the lounge you will find besides a cozy seating area also a well-equipped pantry with everything you should need for both shorter and longer trips. The guest cabin has plenty of room for 2 adults, with the possibility of an itable which then allows plenty of space for 3 people. Good room for clothes and equipment. Private entrance to spacious bathroom with shower and toilet. The captain's cabin is in the width of the boat and thus very spacious. Large double bed and lots of closet space. Bathroom aft with shower and electric toilet.
- Brand: 2x VP TAMD 63 each at 370 hp
The Nelson 38 has its unique design and smart solutions a low center of gravity which provides a stable and safe boat that can handle a lot of sea. It is perceived as safe and easy to manoeuvre, and you have a very good overview from the two steering positions on board. With heavy-duty bow thruster you also have good control in the narrow harbor. Equipped with 2x VP TAMD 63 each at 370 hp and straight axles, it achieves a maximum speed of 25 knots. The cruising speed is about 12-15 knots. The engines have gone about 31,000 nautical miles equivalent to 57,500 km. About 3,000 walking hours. Regularly served by professionals. Must consumption of about 4 l/nm when mixed driving.