106’ Camper & Nicholson Ketch

850,000

106’ Camper & Nicholson Ketch

850,000

Built 1933 by Camper & Nicholson after designs by late Charles Nicholson in a steel composite construction (wooden skin & backbone on steel beams, frames & stringers). All teak wood planking with bronze fastenings, teak superstructure. English oak backbone.

First major refit carried out in 1985/86 when she was totally stripped down to bare frames and rebuilt from the keel up. All new accommodation, wiring, plumbing, tanks, etc . Another major refit in 1998 has seen the vessel’s decks renewed down to the beams with 1.25” teak laid on 1” best marine ply.

A new deck saloon and wheel box were added, with additional framing & stringers added to beef up the vessel’s structure. Windlass, chain, steering gear and various nav aids renewed, new stainless steel water tanks.

During 2013/14 another major refit has seen a new engine fitted, along with an overhaul of the engine room and peripherals. A permanent crew lead by a truly able captain of last 30 years is overseeing her permanent maintenance & upgrade to the highest of standards.

Absolutely pristine condition, a true classic gem available for the connoisseurs.
Must be seen to be appreciated.

  • Year1933
  • BuilderCamper & Nicholson
  • Hull Materialsteel composite construction
  • LocationMalta
  • Contact phone+356 99691169
  • Contact emailinfo@maltayacthing.com.mt
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Additional Specs & Equipments

  • FlagBritish
  • Tax StatusVAT paid
  • Keel TypeFull Keel
  • Rig TypeKetch

Dimensions

  • LOA32.40 M
  • Beam5.46 M
  • Draft2.77 M
  • Displacement107 T

Engines

  • Engines MakeMAN
  • Engines No x Power1 x 250 HP
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Fuel TypeDiesel
  • Engine Year2014

Propulsion

  • Drive TypeShaft drive
  • Propeller TypeHundersted 4-blade prop with variable pitch

Tanks

  • Fuel Tanks2500 Lt
  • Water Tanks3280 Lt
  • Holding Tanks820 Lt (black 500Lt, grey 320Lt)

Accomodation

  • Cabins5
  • Berths13
  • Heads3
  • Showers3

Rigging & Deck Gear

  • Bermudan ketch rig with Profurl roller furling for jib (2014)
  • Aluminium running poles (2) on mast tracks with twin running sails (in storage)
  • All new masts in Columbian pine by Spencer (1992)
  • New bowsprit (1986) & new mizzen boom (1988)
  • All new s/steel running & standing rigging (1 x 19) by Spencer
  • All new s/steel & chromed bronze bottle screws (1992)
  • Shroud plates in s/steel (1986)
  • Anderson sheet winches (8) (1998, serviced 2014)

Sails

  • 1 x 2750 sqft. genoa, serviceable (1988), complete with new deck bag
  • 1 x 1173 sqft. mizzen staysail, very good condition (1988)
  • 1 x 1800 sqft. Ratsey & Lapthorne main sail, good condition (2000)
  • 1 x 552 sqft. Doyle Italy mizzen (2014)
  • 1 x 759 sqft. Doyle Italy furling jib (2014)
  • 1 x 390 sqft. jib topsail, good condition
  • 1 x Doyle main staysail (2014)

Electrical Equipment

  • 12V/24V/220V including shore supply
  • Banks 500 Amp/h lead acid batteries (2) (2009)
  • 12V/24V DC lighting & instruments
  • 24V/220V sockets in all cabins, including toilets
  • 220V/110V shaving sockets in heads
  • 24V/ 220V 100 Amp La March Constavolt battery charger (2) (2008)
  • 1500W Victron inverters (2 - galley & engine room)
  • Kohler 3-phase night generator (1994/2014) with own 12V starter batt
  • Perkins Sabre 25kW 3-phase generator with own 12V start batt (2005)
  • 5kW/220V mono-phase hydro generator driven from main engine (2009)

Domestic / Internal Equipment

  • Watermaker 220 litres/hour
  • Hot water tank/calorifier 100 litres (2014)
  • Dual fresh water pressure pumps with hydro cells 24V (3)
  • Main reverse cycle air conditioning with independent air handlers in each cabin (all thermostatically controlled)
  • Fitted carpets throughout guest accommodation (2014)
  • Vestel LCD flat screen plus DVD player
  • CD/radio stereo system (captain's cabin)
  • CD/radio stereo system (crew mess)
  • Pioneer CD stacker, tape/radio stereo unit with outside speakers (saloon)
  • 4-Burner gas cooker with Smeg electric oven (2014)
  • Rowenta electric microwave with rotisserie
  • 2 x Fridges 24V
  • Isostar domestic style fridge/freezer
  • Chest freezer 10 ft3 (2014)
  • Fridge/freezer in other accommodation areas (3)
  • Icemaker (2013)
  • Bosch dryer & washing machine (2007)

Accommodation

  • Master cabin
Very spacious cabin, fully carpeted with white enamel, varnished teak trim, teak doors & drawers. Full size double bed, large hanging wardrobe & drawers, dressing table, chair, glass cabinets & book shelves. Large skylight above. En-suite designed with Corian (2014), shower, wash basin & electric Superflush toilet, with plenty of storage lockers, etc.
  • First guest cabin
Two single beds, book shelves, wardrobe & drawers to starboard side. En-suite designed in Corian (2014), shower, wash basin & electric Superflush toilet, with plenty of storage space.
  • Second guest cabin
Double bed, plus additional single bunk bed, with wardrobe & drawers to port side. En-suite designed in Corian (2014), shower, wash basin & electric Superflush toilet, with plenty of storage space.
  • Lower saloon
L-shaped settee with cocktail cabinet, French polished panels of walnut & bevelled glass cabinets, large skylight above. Double doors can separate this area from the rest of accommodation, leaving it en-suite with master cabin, if desired.
  • Deck saloon 
Settees surround teak dining table with built in bar area, stereo unit, Mini-M extension & VHF sub-station, Vestel flat screen LCD TV and Vestrel DVD player (2012).

Navigation Equipment

  • All Raymarine navigation equipment (2009/2012)
  • Raymarine E120 chartplotter (cockpit)
  • Raymarine E80 chartplotter (below)
  • Raymarine ST60+ compass (cockpit)
  • Raymarine ST60+ Tridata (below)
  • Raymarine ST60+ graphic (below)
  • Raymarine ST60+ graphic (cockpit & below)
  • Raymarine ST60+ wind (cockpit)
  • Raymarine ST60+ CH wind (cockpit)
  • Raymarine 48nm radome antenna interfaced to plotters
  • Raymarine DSC VHF radio
  • Simrad IS12 data marine instrument (independent system)
  • Sailor 3-station VHF 55CH Type C401
  • Sailor mini-telephone system (1998)
  • Furuno video depthsounder
  • Furuno Navtex NX300
  • Furuno autopilot with remote control (1998)
  • Sestral hand bearing compass
  • Phonecom 9 Station Intercom system
  • Meteoliner baroscope (1999)

Safety Equipment

  • Automatic bilge pump 24V
  • Manual/electric high capacity bilge pump 24V
  • 2-Phase high capacity bilge pump 220V
  • Zodiac 6-man liferafts (2) (1997)
  • Liferings (2)
  • Horse shoe buoys with lights (2)
  • Inflatable life jackets (12)
  • Halon fire extinguisher externally operated (engine room)
  • Belt driven fire pump (main engine)
  • Additional fire extinguishers throughout ship (7)
  • EPIRB with automatic float release (2012)
  • Emergency tiller

Miscellaneous Inventory

  • Lofrans gypsy anchor windlass (port)
  • Capstan gypsy anchor windlass (stb)
  • Torkmaster electric/hydraulic warping capstan 24V
  • CQR 105lbs anchors (2)
  • Kedge 80lbs folding fisherman anchor
  • Anchor wash 24V
  • Teak bathing ladder
  • Alloy folding teak passerelle
  • Deck teak dining table containing cooking gas cylinders (4) & storage space
  • Fenders, ropes & warps
  • Sun awnings & side curtains
  • Deck stools (2), ample deck cushions on coach roof top for lounging
  • Sunbrela Canvas covers for all exposed varnished surfaces, plus winter covers for masts and booms

Broker Remarks

  • Inflatable 3,50m tender (2013)
  • Zodiac 4m RIB
  • Yamaha 25hp outboard (2013)
  • Yamaha 40hp outboard (2013)
  • Yamaha 15hp outboard (2013)

Disclaimer

Whilst every care has been taken to ensure accuracy of these details, they are only given in good faith and should not constitute part of an agreement unless specifically agreed. A prospective buyer should instruct their representative to verify this information to their satisfaction.

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