1994 Peter Nicholls Steelboats Huffler 35 Steel Gaff Cutter
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 87,000 Tax Paid (US$ 121,783)
1994 Heavily built lift keel steel gaff rigged cutter.
Built in the UK by Peter Nicholls Steel Yachts to a Tony Tucker design.
Very comfortable cruising yacht with shallow draft, would be a perfect liveaboard for two. Includes, dual steering position, enclosed wheelhouse, generator, heating, plotter, radar, bow thruster. Hull and superstructure re-sprayed in 2015.
Please contact Robert Shufflebottom at +44 (0)1473 694694
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Peter Nicholls Steel Yachts
Designer: Tony Tucker
Beam: 10 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Total Power: 62 HP
Engine Brand: Beta
Engine Model: 5 cylinder 62hp
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1293
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 62 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (350 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (410 Liters)
Holding Tanks: (300 Liters)
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Black chined 6mm steel hull with rope fendering and bowsprit.12mm swinging/lifting steel centreplate. Lifting by wire Long keel centre with lead internal ballast
Dual station hydraulic wheel steering from wheelhouse and aft deck
Burgundy steel deck, superstructure, raised bulwarks and raised aft deck.
Grey non-slip deck paint
Light ash woodwork throughout
Hull, deck and superstructure re-spayed in 2015.
Beta 5 cylinder 62hp diesel engine – cruise @ 6kts, max’ 7knts
Closed circuit keel cooling.
Hydraulic drive with shaft driven 3 bladed propeller with rope cutter
Dual station ignition and single lever controls.
Beta 3 cylinder diesel generator
Engine & Generator located beneath deck saloon sole
Engine hours – 1293 hrs. Generator hours 117 hrs
Vetur bowthruster – dual controls – dedicated batteries.
Fuel - 410 litres
Freshwater - 350 litres
Holding tank - 300 litres
12 volt system – 3 x domestic, 1 x engine start engine batteries.
2 x Bow thruster and windlass batteries
Alternator charging with Adverk charge manager
Interior lighting & navigation lights.
Horn and windscreen wiper.
240 volt system – Operated by shore power or Beta generatorshore power cable and socket,RCB, outlet sockets.
40ah Sterling battery charger.
Gaff Rigged Cutter
Sailspar gold anodised mast, boom & gaff.
Slab reefing boom with Lazyjacks and s/s boom crutch.
Galvanised mast lowering tabernacle with varnished belaying pins.
Sailspar furling Genoa and staysail systems
Self-tacking staysail track – Spruce bowsprit
2009 1 x 19 stainless steel wire standing rigging with running backstays
Terylene running rigging – new 2011
2 x Lewmar40 ST Genoa sheet winches. Lewmar 6 mast winch
- Furling Genoa
- Furling Staysail – self-tacking
Raymarine ST60 Tri-data combined speed & depth
Raymarine ST6000+ autopilot with dual station controls
Raymarine C120 GPS/Plotter display
Raytheon RL70 radar display
Raytheon radar scanner mounted on s/s stern post
Scanti Leisure DSC VHF radio
McMurdo ICS Nav6 Navtex
Autohelm masterview multi display
Clock & barometer
Spacious layout with 4 berths, 2 heads, enclosed wheelhouse and well equipped galley see layout below.
Light Ash internal joinery
Patterned upholstery to cabins, French Grey leatherette seating to wheelhouse
Blinds to wheelhouse windows, carpets to cabins.
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout.
Webasto warm air cabin heating and
Webasto water heating plus radiator
10 x opening ports, 3 x opening deck hatches, 6 x Tannoy vents
Sliding/opening windows to wheelhouse sides & rear.
Forward cabin – Two large single berths, hanging locker, small central bureau, mirror. Could be used as a lounge/dining room with removable central table.
Forward heads – To port with washbasin, Jabsco toilet piped to holding tank and shower with drain.
Galley – To starboard, L Shaped with sink & drainer, gimballed Flux gas cooker with 4 burners & oven. 12v tall fridge/freezer. Sharp 240v combined microwave, oven & grill.
Wheelhouse – Light and airy with internal helm position to starboard – adjustable helm seat, steering, switch panel and instrumentation. L-shaped seating to port with storage under. Access to engine room beneath wheelhouse floor. Curved steps to aft deck.
Aft cabin - accessed from wheelhouse. Large double berth to port, bureau and seat aft to starboard
Aft heads – En-suite to starboard with sea toilet, wash basin and shower.
Deck and Equipment
Safe & secure deck arrangement with raised aft deck/cockpit, wheelhouse, wide side decks and good forward deck.
Stainless guardrails with teak capping – gates Port and Starboard
Bow stern and spring mooring cleats with fairleads in raised bulwarks
Self stowed Bruce anchor with chain
SL electric windlass with foredeck and wheelhouse controls
Opening forward deck hatch with access to large chain locker and storage.
Steel coachroof grab rails
Aft deck gas and Lazarette lockers with access to emergency steering.
SL removable davits
Stern mounted bathing ladder with extension.
Raised aft deck – Helm seat with wheel, engine controls and instruments
Stern bench with s/s guardrail
Bench seat to starboard with storage under
Side teak capped guardrails.
Stern radar/aerial post.
Fresh / salt deck wash outlet
Mooring warps & fenders.
Plastimo canister packed liferaft
Fire extinguishers & flares (not guaranteed in date)
Manual and electric bilge pumps
“Gelderloos” is a solidly built cruising yacht/motor sailer. Her shallow draft and lowering rig is ideal for exploring estuaries and giving access to inland waterways whilst being perfectly capable at sea.
She is well equipped for long term cruising and has a nice spacious, comfortable feel about her.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.