1985 CAMPER & NICHOLSONS 58
€185,000 tax paid
Refitted and recently surveyed C&N 58
|Manufacturer/Model||Camper & Nicholsons 58|
|New or Used||Used|
|Tax/VAT Status||Tax paid|
|Keel Type||Fin Keel|
|Drinking Water Capacity||900l|
DescriptionExtensively refitted and recently surveyed example of the timelessly elegant David Pedrick-designed Camper & Nicholson 58. Sloop rigged and fin keel.
FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:
TELMINA is a truly stunning example of the David Pedrick designed Camper & Nicholsons 58. Featuring a very well proven hull shape, later adopted by Sir Robin Knox-Johnston as the basis of the Clipper 60 design, her lines are both timeless and forgiving in the roughest of conditions.
Finished with pale blue topsides, varnished bulwarks, recently replaced teak decks and white painted spars, TELMINA looks every part the modern classic. Ideally suited to both serious blue water adventures and liveaboard sailing, she has been extensively refitted in her current ownership and benefits from a glowing 2019 survey. Her specification highlights include:-
• Hydraulic in-mast furling
• Hydraulic genoa furling
• Electric primary winches
• 135hp Perkins engine with 3-bladed variable pitch propeller
• Recently replaced batteries (2018)
• Washing machine
Swedish-flagged and tax paid, TELMINA is immediately available and conveniently located in Southern Spain.
We are the third owners of TELMINA. Commissioned by her first English owner in 1985, TELMINA was used for family cruising in the Mediterranean, based in Palma de Mallorca. Sold to her second Italian owners in 2002, TELMINA was used as a ‘floating summer house’ during summer weekends in Lavagna. In 2014, she was lavishly refitted including fitment of a new 15-16mm teak deck, Awlgrip painted hull and superstructure and repainted rig. We became her owners in 2016.
TELMINA is our third yacht, the first being a 37ft Najad and the second a Tayana 52. We completed long distance passages with both yachts, circumnavigating with the Najad and reaching as far as Australia with the Tayana and They were both however missing the comfort of a larger yacht. When we saw TELMINA offered for sale in Italy, we immediately fell in love with her timeless David Pedrick lines, the legendary Camper & Nicholsons build quality and the condition thanks to her previous owner’s recent refit. The icing on the cake was her hydraulically controlled inmast furling mainsail and genoa, allowing effortless and safe handling without the need for an additional crew.
Our original plan was to sail TELMINA to Australia, a place we had fell in love with during our travels with the Tayana 52. Sadly, age, and the demands of family life have caught up with us and our desire to cross oceans has waned. Having sailed TELMINA from Italy to her new home in Spain, she has been used sparingly, covering just two short passages to the Balearics and back. TELMINA is the perfect boat for big adventures and is the culmination of over 30yrs of enjoyable sailing for us, but the time has now come for TELMINA to find a new custodian who will hopefully use and enjoy her as we had originally planned.
• Our understanding is that TELMINA was in use within the EEA prior to 16th June 1998 so is exempt from the Certification Directive 94/25/CE
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• GRP hull, deck and superstructure construction
• Pale blue topsides finish
• Balsa-cored GRP is used above the waterline with solid layup below the waterline.
• The hull is further reinforced with a grid system of framing.
• Structural bulkheads are bonded equally to hull and deck
• Hull surveyed for osmosis in during 2019 survey inspection
• The deck is balsa-cored with solid pads where deck gear is attached.
• Teak laid side decks, superstructure and cockpit - replaced in 2014 with no screws
• Varnished teak bulwarks
Keel & Rudder:
• Fully encapsulated lead fin keel
• Rudder blade constructed of foam-cored GRP bonded to stainless steel stock
• Rudder bladed supported by full-depth skeg
Engine & gearbox:
• Perkins 135hp 6-cylinder naturally aspirated diesel engine with cockpit controls and alarm system
• Freshwater cooling system via raw water intake and heat exchanger
• Hurth gearbox
• Vibration absorbing shaft coupling
Engine Performance & servicing:
• Engine hours – 6,824 as of Spring 2019
• Engine serviced regularly including recent replacement of intercooler and gearbox drive plates
• Cruising speed – approx 7.8-8.2 knots @ 1,500-1,600 rpm
Propulsion & Steering:
• Hundestedt variable pitch 3-bladed propeller controllable from cockpit
• Stainless steel propeller shaft supported by p-bracket
• 24vDC bowthruster – fitted 2017
• Wheel steering via cable, chain and quadrant connection to stock
• Hide covered stainless steel helm wheel
• 24vDC and 12vDC domestic system with 220vAC via shorepower or generator
• 4x 125Ah 12vDC service batteries joined in parallel and series to provide 250Ah @24vDC – 2017/18
• 1x 105Ah 12vDC generator start battery - 2018
• 2x 12vDC bowthruster batteries - 2017
• All batteries self-contained and strapped in place
• Constavolt marine battery charging system
• 24vDC heavy-duty engine-mounted alternator
• Westerbeke 7.7kw 220vAC generator
• Generator hours: approx. 3,150 as of Spring 2019
• 50Hz 220vAC shore power system with ring-main and 230vAC sockets throughout yacht.
• 220vAC ring main with sockets throughout
PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS
• 24vDC freshwater pump system
• Hot water supply via engine calorifier and 220vAC immersion heater element in hot water tank powered by shorepower
• Manual and electric bilge pumps
• Approx 1,000 litres of total fuel tankage in three independent tanks
• Tank levels monitored by Tank Tender gauge
• Approx 900 litres of total water tankage in two independent tanks
• Tank levels monitored by Tank Tender gauge
• Black water holding tank – replaced 2015
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
• Raytheon autopilot control
• Lorenz colour GPS chart plotter - 2017
• B&G analogue wind direction, close-hauled, wind speed and boat speed displays – B&G instruments rebuilt – 2017
• Raymarine depth display
At chart table:
• Windows 10 PC with AOC LCD screen, keyboard and mouse
• Worldwide chart mapping
• Furuno radar display with mast-mounted closed-array scanner
• Raytheon GPS
• Force 10 stainless steel gimaballed three burner propane stove with oven - 2017
• Samsung 220vAC microwave oven
• 2x separate top and front opening fridge/freezers with switchable engine-driven and 220vAC compressors – replaced 2017 & 2018
• Jabsco manual saltwater heads – 2017
• 220vAC washing machine in forward heads - 2017
Heating & Ventilation:
• 220vAC air conditioning
• LED lighting throughout
Summary of Accommodation:
• Accommodation for up to 9 in owner’s cabin aft, single berth in aft passageway, twin forward cabins with ¾ berths plus pullman berths, and two crew bunks in forepeak. Three heads compartments
• Teak interior joinery
• Solid teak and holly soles laid
• Finely finished cabinetry with louvered finish
• Solid teak handrails throughout the interior for easy movement offshore
• Abundant overhead hatches and ports for excellent ventilation
• Blue Alcantara upholstery throughout with custom covers for berth mattresses
Description of Accommodation from Forward:
• In the forepeak there are 2 crew berths in the fore-peak, with a large opening hatch.
• Either side of the mast are port and starboard side cabins with 3/4 berths and a “hinge down” upper berth with lee cloths.
• A central heads area is provided and individual wash basins.
• The saloon has a lounging area and coffee table to port and a semi-circular dining area to starboard.
• The comprehensively equipped chart table and electronics area is to the left of the entry steps.
• The rectangular shaped galley is located in the corner to starboard of the access steps.
• Aft to port of the saloon access steps is a corridor to the aft master cabin with attached heads/shower facilities.
• Rondal in-mast hydraulic furling mast
• Spars powder-coated white
• Keel-stepped mast with two sets of spreaders
• Masthead cutter rig
• 1x19 stainless steel wire standing rigging with Norsemann terminals – 2019 rigging inspection
• Cutter stay
• Hydraulic adjustable backstay
• Harken hydraulic genoa furling
• Aluminium rigging screw protectors
• Spinnaker pole – mast-mounted
• Strut vang with wheel tensioning
• 2x Lewmar 65 2-speed electric self-tailing primary winches
• Halyard winches in cockpit
• Mainsheet winch
• Mainsheet traveller winch
• 4x mast-mounted control line / halyard winches
• Olympic Sails furling mainsail – 2017
• Dacron furling genoa
• Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and guardrail stanchions
• Side boarding gates
• Opening pushpit gate
• Varnished teak bulwark and grabrails
• Teak outboard bracket
• Stainless steel outboard crane
• Mast pulpits
• Stainless steel deckhead hatches - 2016
Anchoring & Mooring:
• 24vDC 2kw electric anchor windlass mounted on deck
• Twin stainless steel bow rollers
• Bruce 30kgs anchor with 70m of 13mm anchor chain
• Spare Bruce anchor
• Fore and aft mooring lines
Covers & Canvas:
• Beige canvas sprayhood – 2017
• Beige canvas bimini – 2017
• Beige canvas sun cover covering cockpit and deck sides
• Window and hatch sun covers
Tender & Outboard:
• Tender (2014) with Yamaha 5hp outboard engine
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Viewing arrangementsLying – Torrevieja, Spain
Available to view strictly by appointment
Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment
For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.
Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.
Tel: +44 (0)1590 673715
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