1989 Nimbus 2600
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Port Solent, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 28,950 Tax Paid (US$ 37,134)
Please contact the Ancasta Port Solent office for more information and to arrange a viewing on +44 (0) 2392 373 300
Please contact at +44 (0)23 9237 3300
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Rum Navy II
Hull Shape: Other
LOA: 26 ft 0 in
Beam: 9 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 7 in
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Number of cabins: 2
NIMBUS 2600, built in 1989 and commissioned in 1990.
Built by Nimbus Boats in Sweden, to a design by Rolf Ellinson
GRP hull, deck and superstructure, with the deck made of sandwich construction with a divinycell core
centre keel with skeg for propeller protection
s/s reinforced rudder
Preventative epoxy treatment from new
Pre-purchase survey available from when owner purchased in 2004 (available on viewing).
Antifouled annually and anodes replaced (Late 2017)
Lifted for hull scrub (May 2018)
(all figures approximate)
Raymarine Hybrid touch GPS (2017)
Raymarine VHF (2017)
Autohelm ST50 Navcenter chartplotter/GPS
Bruce anchor with 12m of chain and 30m warp
One electric bilge pump
One manual bilge pump
Winter storage cover
Warps and fenders
Pullpit, pushpit and guardwires
Single VOLVO PENTA TAMD31 124hp diesel.
4 cylinder turbocharged
Sea water cooled
Fuel consumption at 3000rpm appx 4.0 gph (giving 10-12 knots)
Max speed 13 knots
Shaft drive to 4 bladed bronze propeller
Engine hours approximately 1,500
12v electrics supplied by four batteries (2 new batteries summer 2017)
Batteries charged by engine alternator or 240v Cetrek battery charger
Shore power, with outlets
Crabtree control panel with RCD unit
40 gallon s/s fuel tank
20 gallon plastic water tank
Holding tank for sea toilet
Pressurised hot and cold water
Water heated by engine calorifier calorifier and 240v immersion heater
The interior is tastefully fitted out with blue upholstery and teak joinery.
The Main saloon has blue vinyl seating (for possible exposure to the weather), whilst the cabins are fitted with pale blue velor.
There is a generous aft cabin, with a double berth to s'bd, and seating to port, with ample stowage.
The main raised saloon /cockpit has the galley to s'bd, with 2 burner cooker with oven, 12v fridge and sink. In front of this is the steering station, with all instrumentation.
To starboard is a dinette
Stepping in to the forward cabin there is a seating area port and st'b with centre table which converts to double berth, a fifth bunk is located to port beneath the raised helm. To s'bd is a heads compartment with ITT marine head and handwash basin.
There is a swimming ladder and shower (c/w hot and cold supply) on the bathing platform
There is Volvo warm air heating but this is in need of replacement and is beyond economic repair