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2003 DALE NELSON 38 AFT CABIN

£325,000 tax paid

Comprehensively-equipped aft cabin Nelson 38

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelDale Nelson 38 Aft Cabin
DesignerTT Boat Designs
Year2003
Boat NameAutumn Spirit
CategoryPower
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price£325,000
Tax/VAT StatusTax paid
LyingArgyll, Scotland, United Kingdom
Reference2547015

Specifications

LOA12.2m (40'0")
Beam3.75m (12'0")
Draft1.24m (4'0")
Displacement11290kg
Hull ConstructionGRP
Engine2x Yanmar 6LY2A-STP (440hp)
FuelDiesel
Cruising SpeedNo data
Max Speed25 knots
Berths6
Cabins2

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    Description

    Comprehensively equipped aft cabin version of the TT Boat Designs Nelson 38 from Dale Sailing. Built like no other and with all-weathers sea-keeping abilities making her perfect for year-round UK usage and offshore cruising.

    FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

    The ‘Nelson’ brand is synonymous with robust, sea-going motorboats with hulls capable of operating in the most demanding commercial roles alongside more elegant motor yachts which draw admiring glances in any marina. The Dale range of Nelsons has been in production for more than 3 decades with the company producing the finest examples of the class with high-quality craftsmanship and attention to detail which owners love.

    The Dale Nelson 38 AUTUMN SPIRIT, an aft cabin layout; was commissioned by her first owners to their specifications, a fully loaded boat with almost every conceivable extra fitted at the time of build including a number of custom features. With two spacious cabins, each with en-suite heads this highly capable motoryacht is ideally suited for two couples cruising in comfort. Benefitting from significant investment in the current ownership she is now reluctantly offered for sale with an extensive inventory including highlights such as:
    • Topsides finished in traditional ‘Nelson blue’ gelcoat, professionally polished and waxed summer 2023
    • All hardwood on hull stripped to bare timber and professionally re-finished with two-pack perfection varnish in 2018
    • Underwater hull blasted back to gelcoat, and hull epoxy coated
    • 2x Yanmar 6LY2A-STP, 440hp
    • Gearboxes overhauled 2022
    • New propeller shafts installed 2021
    • Extensive replacement of skin fittings, seacocks along with engine and heads pipework 2018
    • Paguro 4Kva marine generator
    • Bow and Stern thursters with dual station controls
    • Bennett trim tab system, replaced 2018
    • Raymarine autopilot system
    • Raymarine MFD plotter/radar displays x3
    • Raymarine ST60 navigation instrumentation
    • Raymarine RAY63 DSC VHF with RayMic second control station (2021)
    • Raymarine AIS650 transciever
    • MasterVolt ChargeMaster battery charger (2018)
    • MasterVolt sinewave invertor
    • Smev gas oven
    • AEG 230VC Combi oven
    • Jabsco electric flushing marine toilets
    • Eberspacher diesel heating system
    • Rocna anchor with electric anchor windlass
    • Alloy hulled RIB tender fitted with ‘snap davits’ (2021)
    • Suzuki 3.5hp 4-stroke outboard (2021)

    Lying afloat on her berth in Portavadie Marina the Dale Nelson 38 AUTUMN SPIRIT is in commission and ready for immediate viewing by prior appointment.

    MANUFACTURER’S COMMENTS:

    The alluring appeal of the sea and the excitement of what lies beyond enlivens our quest for travel. Discover havens and estuaries, scenery and wildlife… overnight in peaceful surroundings. A DALE Nelson transforms your voyage into a relaxing, undemanding, safe and memorable cruise. If this sounds like your thing, the DALE Nelson 38 is your destination.

    She exemplifies a boat valued by those who know the sea. So much has been written about the sea keeping abilities of the DALE Nelson 38 and the sheer quality and finish of the DALE build, it seems superfluous for us to say more…

    The 38 has a commanding external helm position supplemented by a covered chart area. The wheelhouse and galley are beautifully appointed with the craftsmanship and attention to detail which goes hand in hand with the DALE name and the lower dining saloon is a sociable area for a snack, quiet escape to read a book, or ready for a three course meal for the whole crew. The extending table makes this area ideal for a multitude of purposes.

    Bespoke stowage is tailored to owner’s requirements. From blanket drawers in the cabins to a cutlery drawer in the galley, from chart stowage and a drinks cabinet in the wheelhouse, the stowage can be designed and built to the owner’s exact specification.

    The aft cabin version of the DALE Nelson 38 boasts a private and spacious master cabin with ensuite toilet and shower.

    Our engineers pay particular attention to the small details that make a big difference to experienced sea-goers. Fuel tanks run the length of the hull so they enhance rather than detract from stability, hull sides and stringers are fully sound proofed, engine rooms feature kind-to-the-knees rubber matting in place of harsh checker plate, through hull fittings are fitted with engraved labels. The quality of the engineering ensures dependable reliability.
    • Excellent heavy weather handling and renowned seakeeping.
    • Bullet proof construction.
    • Superb craftsmanship and attention to detail.
    • Renowned engine room installations and reliability.
    • Low noise levels.
    • Easily accessible with reassuringly wide and safe side decks.Spacious and beautifully appointand dinette.

    PRESS REVIEW:

    “I have never been out in a test where I’ve been admonished for driving too slowly! To have a builder urging you to drive home as fast as possible in the sort of conditions that slow many boats to a crawl is hugely reassuring. But the 38’s excellent heavy-weather handling would amount to little if the build wasn’t up to scratch, and you found yourself too scared to drive the boat hard in case it broke. Happily, Dale scores full marks here. It’s not just the heavy construction that provides the comfort: the whole boat is put together with great care and considerable attention to detail. Joinery built this heavily will last indefinitely. And quality engineering always makes for less heartache in the engineroom.”

    Motor Boat & Yachting Magazine

    ABOUT DALE SAILING:

    DALE has grown from a family business founded in 1961 by Campbell Reynolds to the internationally renowned business of today.

    The history is unique.

    Eight generations of farming, fishing and work that a life by the sea provided…..building boats, servicing the offshore lighthouses of the Smalls, Skokholm, and South Bishop. The chandlery stocking the largest range of traditional marine wool wear and waterproof clothing in the country, regularly visited by Henri Lloyd himself and attracting loyal customers who drove miles and miles to come and purchase a Norwegian jumper! In the adjoining boathouse, Campbell, Seymour his father and the family built and repaired wooden boats by hand – skills passed on from generation to generation.

    In the early days of GRP, the company mastered new skills, embracing the new materials and technology of the time and built its first fibre glass boat. The ‘Dale Princess’ was born and she remains in daily service today taking thousands out to visit the spectacular Pembrokeshire islands.

    Campbell and his sons, John and Mike expanded the business to Brunel Quay in 1983, a fitting location steeped in boatbuilding history. The next chapter unfolded with the beginning of an enduring dream involvement with TT Boat Designs the originators of the Nelson design, one of the true greats with an unrivalled heritage of sea-keeping.

    The first DALE Nelson was launched to enthusiastic press acclaim. Nearly three decades later, continuous advances in marine design and engineering have enabled us to continually move forward with a perfect balance of tradition and technology- a philosophy gloriously captured with the Classic 45 in 2004, taken in a new direction in 2010 with the introduction of the DALE 23 high performance launch, the ultimate expression of personalisation with the Classic 35 in 2014 and the beautifully packaged DALE 28 in 2017.

    The deep connection with the sea and seamanship, the love and appreciation of tradition and craftsmanship and the importance of family and family values underpin everything that is DALE today.


    Specification

    CONSTRUCTION

    CE Certification:
    • Our understanding is that vessel complies with the European Union’s Recreation Craft Directive (RCD) and is categorised B (14 persons).

    Hull Construction:
    • Single piece GRP moulded hull.
    • Traditional Nelson style round bilge hull form with a central keel.
    • GRP formed internal structural members
    • Plywood bulkheads laminated to hull and deck
    • Hardwood spray rails and quarter protection, finished in varnish
    • All hardwood on hull stripped to bare timber and professionally re-finished with two-pack perfection varnish in 2018
    • D-fendering along sheerline
    • Topsides finished in traditional ‘Nelson blue’ gelcoat
    • Underwater hull blasted back to gelcoat, one coat of International Gelshield applied (2018)
    • Topsides and superstructure professionally polished annually and wax applied 4 times per season
    • Underwater hull finished in red antifouling with white boot top, applied apring 2023

    Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • Single piece GRP moulded deck incorporating coachroof and wheelhouse superstructure
    • Teak laid decks to finish side and forward deck
    • Teak laid deck to finish cockpit sole
    • Gebo alloy framed portlights and portholes
    • Gebo alloy deck hatches

    MACHINERY

    Port Engine:
    • Yanmar 6LY2A-STP
    • 440hp @ 3,300RPM
    • 6-cylinder, turbocharged, inter-cooled, direct injection.
    • Twin Disc hydraulic reversing marine gearbox
    • Dual control stations
    • ZF Micro Commander Single lever electronic morse control with full synchronisation
    • HMI exhaust temperature alarm system
    • Racor primary fuel filtration

    Starboard Engine:
    • Yanmar 6LY2A-STP
    • 440hp @ 3,300RPM
    • 6-cylinder, turbocharged, inter-cooled, direct injection.
    • Twin Disc hydraulic reversing marine gearbox
    • Dual control stations
    • ZF Micro Commander single lever electronic morse control with full synchronisation
    • HMI exhaust temperature alarm system
    • Racor primary fuel filtration

    Maintenance & Performance:
    • Engines last serviced January 2022
    • Gearboxes overhauled 2022
    • Raw water intake hoses replaced 2018
    • Engine exhaust hoses replaced 2018
    • All skin fittings, seacocks and hose tails removed and replaced with DZR items (2018)
    • Engine sole plates removed and painted in white before refitting (2022)
    • Displacement speed circa 7kts (approx. 1.5ltr per nm)
    • Cruising speed 17-22kts (approx. 4.1 -4.4ltr per nm)
    • Maximum speed 25kts
    • Port engine hours approximately 1175hrs
    • Starboard engine hours approximately 1174hrs
    • Selection of cruising spares

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • Stainless steel prop shafts (new shafts fitted 2021)
    • Cutlass bearings replaced in P-brackets and sterntubes in 2018
    • SureSeal shaft seals fitted new 2018, spares aboard for each shaft
    • Spurs rope cutters on both shafts
    • 4-blade, bronze propellors
    • Bronze rudders
    • Dual station hydraulic steering system
    • Stainless steel wheel with leather hide cover at internal helm station
    • Stainless steel wheel with leather hide cover at external helm station
    • Stainless steel emergancy tiller

    Bow Thruster:
    • Volvo Penta BP600B thruster
    • Controls at both helm stations (internal helm controls fitted 2021)

    Stern Thurster:
    • Vetus 75kgf stern thruster (2014)
    • Controls at both helm stations (internal helm controls fitted 2021)

    Autopilot:
    • Raymarine AST400G course computer
    • Raymarine ST6001+ Smart Pilot Controller x2
    • Raymarine hydraulic drive system

    Trim Tabs:
    • Bennett Marine electro-hydraulic system
    • Hydraulic powerpack replaced 2018
    • Dual control stations
    • Position indicator gauges at both helm stations

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

    Voltage systems:
    • 12VDC onboard power system
    • 230VAC shore power system

    Shore Power:
    • Extension lead to connect to shore supply
    • Single 16amp connection point
    • Hardwired factory installed system
    • Galvanic Isolator
    • 3 pin UK sockets (saloon sockets with USB charging sockets), battery charger, immersion heater

    Battery Banks:
    • Engine Battery Bank – 2x 12V, 105Ah batteries
    • Domestic Battery Bank - 2x 12V, 115Ah batteries (2020)

    Battery Banks:
    • Engine Battery Bank – 2x 12V, 105Ah batteries (2018)
    • Domestic Battery Bank - 2x 12V, 115Ah batteries (2018)

    Battery Monitoring:
    • Voltmeter and Ammeter on ships switch panel

    Alternator:
    • Engine driven alternators fitted to both engines.

    Battery Charger:
    • Mastervolt ChargeMaster (2018)
    • 230VAC-12VDC, 50amp
    • 3 output

    Generator:
    • Paguro 4000 marine generator
    • 230VAC 4Kva @ 3000RPM
    • Single-cylinder diesel engine.
    • Noise reducing underwater exhaust system
    • Exhaust system and raw water intake hoses replaced 2018

    General:
    • Search Light – Remote control searchlight (2022)
    • Horn – Two tone (2022)
    • Electrically heated forward windscreens in wheelhouse
    • Windscreen wipers with screen wash system on all 3 forward windscreens, starboard wiper with dual control stations. New motors fitted for all wipers in 2018
    • 12VDC charging sockets in wheelhouse and cockpit
    • Extraction fan in engine space

    PLUMBING

    Fresh Water:
    • Pressurised hot and cold water system
    • Mixer tap in galley
    • Mixer tap in forward and aft heads
    • Shower head fitting in forward and aft heads
    • Hot water is provided via calorifier, heated from engine cooling water or 230VAC immersion heater

    Grey Water:
    • Shower sump discharging overboard via an automatic electric pump

    Black Water:
    • Single holding tank
    • Forward and aft head connected to holding tank
    • Tank discharging via deck suction or macerator discharge pump

    Bilge Pumps:
    • Manual bilge pump – multiple bilge suctions
    • Electric bilge pump x3
    • Bilge level alarm system

    Gas System:
    • Sealed gas locker
    • Remote operated isolation valve
    • Gas system overhauled and safety checked 2018

    TANKAGE

    Fuel:
    • Three diesel tanks
    • All tanks of stainless steel construction and located centrally in bilge space.
    • Approximate total capacity 1365ltrs

    Fresh Water:
    • Single tank
    • Stainless steel tank construction
    • Approximate capacity 430ltrs

    Black Water Tank:
    • Single tank
    • Stainless steel tank construction
    • Approximate capacity 80ltrs
    • Tank discharging via deck suction or overboard with macerator pump

    Calorifier:
    • Single insulated tank
    • Heated from engine cooling water or 230VAC immersion heater
    • Approximate capacity 40ltrs

    Tank Monitoring:
    • Tank Tender gauge system

    NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

    On Deck:
    • Depth – Raymarine ST60
    • Speed/Log – Raymarine ST60
    • Wind – Raymarine ST60
    • Plotter / Radar – Raymarine E80 MFD
    • Radar – Raymarine Pathfinder Series 2kw radome scanner
    • GPS – 2x Raymarine Raystar 125 active GPS antenna
    • Magnetic Compass
    Below Decks:
    • Depth/Speed/Log/Wind – Raymarine ST60 Multi repeater display
    • Plotter / Radar / Fishfinder – Raymarine E120 MFD
    • Plotter – Raymarine C80, standalone unit located in front of navigators seat
    • Electronic Compass – ST60 Electronic Compass.
    Communications Equipment:
    • DSC VHF – Raymarine RAY63DSCVHF with RayMic at external helm station (2021)
    • AIS – Raymarine AIS650, data displaying on all plotter screens
    • Navtex – ICS 6Plus
    • Radar Reflector – SeaMe active radar reflector

    DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

    Galley:
    • Stove – Princess two burner gas hob, worktop mounted
    • Oven – Smev gas oven and grill, built-in below worktop
    • Combi Oven – AEG Micromat Duo, 230VAC combi microwave/grill
    • Fridge – Isotherm built-in front loading fridge with icebox

    Heads:
    • Forward Heads – Jabsco electric flushing marine toilet (2022)
    • Aft Heads – Jabsco electric flushing marine toilet (2014)
    • Hoses for outlets and intakes on both heads replaced in 2018
    • Dedicated shower fittings with bulkhead mounted shower head x2
    • Wash hand basin x2
    • Mixer tap x2

    Heating:
    • Eberspacher D5L diesel fired blown air system.
    • System stripped and fully serviced 2018
    • Outlets in cabins, dinette, saloon and both heads
    • Thermostatic cabin controller
    • 2x 230VAC frost stat type heaters
    • Dehumidifier unit

    Entertainment:
    • Sony radio/Bluetooth/USB head unit (2022)
    • Speakers in saloon
    • TV- Samsung 26” LCD TV (2022)

    Lighting:
    • Overhead lighting throughout interior
    • Reading lights above bunks in cabins
    • Bulkhead mounted lights in Dinnette
    • Red lighting in galley for night running
    • Engine space lighting

    ACCOMMODATION

    Summary of Accommodation:
    • Twin cabin forward with en-suite access to forward heads
    • Forward heads
    • Galley
    • Dinette, converting to a double berth
    • Wheelhouse with elevated saloon
    • Master aft cabin with en-suite heads.

    Accommodation Finish:
    • Joinery work below decks of teak veneered plywood with solid teak trims
    • All joinery work finished in a satin varnish, professionally refinished in 2022
    • Corian worktop in galley
    • Corian countertops and wash hand basins in heads
    • Corian countertops in heads
    • Leatherette covered headlining panels throughout interior
    • Fitted carpets in the dinette, forward cabin and aft cabin (new carpets 2019)
    • Roller blinds fitted for all deck hatches (2020)
    • Curtains of blinds for all portlights and portholes. Curtains all new in 2014
    • Oceanair sunblinds fitted on forward wheelhouse windows
    • Leather upholstery for helm and pilot seats
    • Sprung mattresses for cabin bunks
    • Cream upholstery in dinette, wheelhouse and galley areas, all new in 2019
    • Teak companionway doors, renovated 2022

    Description of Accommodation from Forward:

    Forward Cabin:
    • Accessed from forward end of galley through door.
    • Twin cabin with single berths outboard port and starboard
    • Shelves above bunks outboard with storage lockers forward.
    • Access to anchor chain locker forward centrally.
    • Hanging locker aft of starboard bunk with countertop above
    • Storage locker space beneath aft end of bunks to port and starboard
    • Jack ‘n’ Jill en-suite access to forward heads aft of port bunk.

    Forward Heads:
    • Accessible from galley or forward cabin
    • Inboard-facing electric flush marine toilet located outboard forward with fold-down GRP seat cover.
    • Counter unit in after corner of compartment outboard, wrapping around outboard of toilet.
    • Inset wash hand basin aft with vanity lockers above countertop outboard and storage locker beneath
    • Standing room forward for use as a shower stall with a curtain to protect doors

    Dinette:
    • Access by steps from the wheelhouse.
    • Wrap around U-shaped settee to port with adjustable height table
    • Table drops down with infill cushions to create an occasional double berth.
    • Countertop outboard of settee with bookshelf centrally and lockers forward and aft

    Galley:
    • Linear galley to the starboard side, opposite dinette
    • Microwave combi oven mounted in a unit on the bulkhead above the worktop forward
    • Worktop mounted gas hob located centrally with inbuilt oven below
    • Inset double Corian sinks aft with mixer tap aft.
    • Selection of lockers and drawers beneath the worktop
    • Sliding door fronted storage lockers outboard of worktop

    Wheelhouse / Saloon:
    • Helm station to port forward with suspension seats port and starboard forward for helm and navigator
    • Engine control panel forward with throttle/gear controls outboard to port
    • Navigation instruments are mounted within the dash panel, chart plotter is mounted inboard forward.
    • Ships switch panel below helm station inboard within a dedicated locker
    • Navigators seat outboard to starboard with footrest forward.
    • Chart table removable forward of seat leaving open space forward to the galley
    • Standalone chart plotter for navigator mounted forward of chart table area
    • Shelved storage locker with glass storage beneath helm and navigators seating units.
    • Bench settee outboard to starboard with storage locker beneath.
    • L-shaped settee wrapping around aft end to port, storage lockers beneath the seating.

    Master (Aft) Cabin:
    • Accessed from the aft end of the wheelhouse with bi-fold oak doors
    • Centrally located double bunk with walk-around access
    • Countertop to starboard of bunk aft with storage drawer beneath.
    • Countertop runs forward along the starboard side, flexible removable storage baskets sitting on the countertop.
    • Storage lockers running above lower countertop with a countertop above.
    • Hanging locker forward, outboard to starboard
    • Dresser unit outboard of bunk to port with vanity drawer and lockers above and beneath outboard
    • En-suite head located forward to port.
    • Small shelved storage locker within forward bulkhead.

    Aft Heads:
    • En-suite heads for the master cabin
    • Forward-facing electric flushing toilet located aft with fold-down GRP seat cover
    • Countertop running length of compartment outboard with inset wash hand basin forward
    • Vanity lockers above countertop outboard and aft with storage locker beneath the basin.
    • Mixer tap for sink and dedicated shower fitting
    • Standing room forward for use as a shower stall with a curtain to protect the door.

    DECK EQUIPMENT

    General:
    • Double stainless steel bow roller
    • Stainless steel pulpit
    • Stainless steel toerail-mounted stanchions supporting double-tier guard wires
    • Guard wire gates port and starboard
    • Stainless steel bow fairleads to port and starboard.
    • Deck-mounted stainless steel mooring cleats on the foredeck
    • Centrally mounted stainless steel samson post on the foredeck
    • Stainless steel grabrails running length of coachroof outboard to port and starboard
    • Dorade-type ventilators mounted on coachroof
    • Deck hatches forward and aft on the centreline of the coachroof
    • Toerail mounted, stainless steel mooring cleats forward and aft of midships
    • Stainless steel grabrails running length of wheelhouse roof outboard to port and starboard
    • Stainless steel dorade-type ventilators mounted on the wheelhouse roof
    • Folding antenna on stainless steel bases, located to port and starboard sides of the wheelhouse roof
    • Alloy framed glass windscreen wrapping around the forward end of the cockpit.
    • Stainless steel mast, on hinge system to fold-down and reduce air draft
    • Two steps on side decks aft to the elevated aft cockpit area.
    • Fixed stainless steel pulpit rail wrapping around the cockpit with a gate located centrally aft
    • External helm station to port with engine controls and navigation instruments mounted forward
    • Helmsman and navigators seat to port and starboard sides of companionway doors, swivelling seat, height adjustable.
    • Chart working table forward of navigators seat to starboard
    • GRP moulded bench seating pods on port and starboard quarters with storage locker in seat bases.
    • Central infill section of seating to create full-width bench seat
    • Small folding table for use on aft deck at anchor
    • 2x Folding directors chairs for use on aft deck
    • Outboard stowed on mounting bracket outboard of the cockpit to starboard
    • Liferaft mounted outboard in a cage to port
    • Stainless steel fender baskets mounted on transom port and starboard
    • Additional stainless steel aft mooring cleats fitted by Dale in 2013.
    • Transom mounted boarding ladder to access the bathing platform from the cockpit, with teak treads
    • Folding swimming ladder mounted on bathing platform with teak treads

    Canvas Work:
    • Sprayhood (2019)
    • Cockpit Tent (2019)
    • Spray Dodger
    • Windscreen Cover
    • Windscreen Sun Cover
    • Wheelhouse Window Cover (2014)
    • External Helm Cover (2017)
    • Helm and Pilot Seat Covers

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • Bower Anchor – Rocna 25kg anchor (2018) on 50m chain / 30m warp rode
    • Kedge Anchor – Fortress alloy anchor with 35m chain/warp rode
    • Electric Anchor Windlass – Simpson Lawrence Sprint 1500 windlass. Windlass stripped and serviced 2018
    • Mooring Warps – selection
    • Fenders – selection
    • Dale wooden boathook (2022)

    Tender:
    • Inflatable Dinghy – RIB style tender with alloy hull (2021)
    • Outboard – Suzuki 3.5hp 4-stroke outboard (2021)
    • Weaver Snap Davit System – Fitted to dinghy and bathing platform
    • Outboard Lifting Davit – Simpson Davitds stainless steel davit with removable top section SWL 35kg

    SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

    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.

    Navigation Lights:
    • Anchor Light
    • Steaming Light
    • Navigation Lights

    Life saving:
    • Liferaft – 4-person canister raft, mounted in a stainless steel cage.
    • Lifebuoy with light
    • Gas Alarm
    • Automatic engine space fire extinguisher system – last serviced 2018
    • Fire Blanket in galley

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying Portavadie Argyll, Scotland

    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.

    Lead Broker: Mark Cameron
    Tel: Mobile: +44 (0)7988 763254
    Email: mark@grabauinternational.com

    Grabau International offers the details of all vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warranty the condition of any vessel and the details do not constitute a part of any contract. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Grabau International provides professional yacht conveyancing and legal transfer of title for all yachts as per the ABYA Code of Practice with all deposit payments and final balance payments processed through secure dedicated client accounts solely for that purpose. Our dedicated client accounts are written in trust at Natwest Bank and we are fully insured.

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