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£454,950 tax paid

Almost unused high-spec Nimbus 405 Coupe

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelNimbus 405 Coupe
DesignerNimbus Boats AB
Boat NameBlue Blood
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax paid
LyingLymington, United Kingdom


LOA13.33m (43'0")
Beam3.86m (12'0")
Draft1.1m (3'0")
Hull ConstructionGRP
Engine2x Volvo Penta D4-320 320hp
Cruising SpeedNo data
Max Speed30 knots

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    Unique opportunity to acquire an ‘as new’ 3-cabin, 2-heads Nimbus 405 Coupe with a huge factory specification and just 14.5 engine hours run on her twin Volvo D4-320 engines.


    The flagship model in the Nimbus Boats range, the 405 Coupe was nominated for the European Power Boat of the Year Awards in 2015, was a finalist in the Best of Boats 2014 International Awards and is built using the same “sidewalk” concept as the Nimbus 365 Coupe, which was voted European Power Boat of the year 2012.

    BLUE BLOOD was launched in 2021 and has seen just 14.5hrs of usage on her twin Volvo Penta D4-320 diesel engines. Ordered by her current owner with a comprehensive factory specification, she has been kept in ‘as new’ condition.

    Extremely easily managed by just one thanks to with her powerful twin diesel engines on V-Drives, remote control proportional bow and stern thrusters and sliding side door by the helm position providing great access to her centre cleat when berthing and easy access up on to the foredeck, BLUE BLOOD is ideal for those who want to cruise easily and safely in all weather conditions and throughout all seasons.

    Her many specification highlights include:
    • 2x Volvo Penta D4-320 diesel engines on V-Drives, with just 14.5 engine hours.
    • Proportional bow and stern thrusters with remote on lanyard.
    • Humphree interceptor X600 automatic trim tabs system.
    • Large, enclosed cockpit.
    • Popular 3-cabin, 2-heads interior layout + occasional saloon berth.
    • Bright, airy and spacious saloon and helm/navigation area with electric sunroofs and large windows.
    • TV & DVD player.
    • Fusion sound system (controllable from the chart plotter).
    • Corian worktop to galley & heads’ countertops.
    • Electric induction hob.
    • Combination microwave/oven (unused).
    • Refrigerator.
    • Larger option 16” chart plotter/radar screen.
    • Remote controlled searchlight.
    • Teak to the cockpit, bathing platform, starboard side deck and fore deck.
    • Electric anchor windlass.
    • Virtually unused tender, stowed on snap davits.
    • Unused Outboard motor.
    • Outboard motor/tender hoist.
    • Custom fabricated and installed substantial guard rail to the bathing platform for added safety.

    Never one to “sit on his laurels,” BLUE BLOOD is now offered for sale to make way for her owner’s next new boat project. UK VAT paid and British Registered, BLUE BLOOD offers a substantial saving over new build and with the bonus of immediate delivery.


    “Timeless beautiful lines meet strict design and clever functionality. The boat has many similarities to her smaller sisters but offers several new features; Nimbus Design Team has added several interesting aesthetic and functionally integrated details. These include twin touch screens at the helm, room for five to ride facing front, a new D-pillar with integrated ventilation, wholly glazed aft deck door, electric powered table on the aft deck and a “granny hatch” that conceals a mains power plug on the stern.
    Other innovations include newly designed engine room ventilation in the hull sides with powered extractors, galley with ceramic gas hob and dark composite worktop, 120 litre capacity fridge plus extra cool storage in pull-out drawers beneath the saloon sofa and much more.

    “We would never build a boat that is not considered practical in her natural element. Although we always try to make her as beautiful as possible. It is a balancing act. It is always easier to design beautiful lines if you don’t need to take functionality into account. Our customers are very conscious and they appreciate our designs because they understand that we build crafts that are actually used at sea and not only look good in pictures or at boat shows. That is the secret of our success,” said Joacim Gustavsson, head designer at Nimbus Boats Sweden AB.”

    “Sidewalk” is an asymmetrical deck layout where the side deck along the starboard side is extra wide and provides generous freedom of movement. It becomes convenient and enjoyable to move about on-board from bow to stern, and easy to get on and off the boat along the entire starboard side. Maximum use
    is made of the interior volume, allowing the cockpit, saloon, lower deck and cabin to be larger than would otherwise be the case in a boat of this size. An important feature of the Nimbus sidewalk concept is the large flush fitted sliding door to starboard. The sliding door provides quick access when laying alongside and enables manoeuvring the boat from a standing position on the side deck. The sidewalk concept also allows the use of the aft deck for various activities.

    And on the foredeck the extra space is used to integrate a large sun deck as a natural feature of the boat’s design. - “We focus on the conscious customer with experience of the sea who requires a large portion of comfort and safety. What is interesting about our coupé concept is that it has such an “all round” quality, where socialising and other on-board activities can be combined with excellent long cruising characteristics.

    Our coupé boats in particular has enabled us to reach out to both new and younger customers internationally. It has become apparent that our coupé boats are not just for the older generation who prioritise functionality and comfort, but also for families and for younger people who want both fun and to voyage securely and safely, said Jonas Göthberg, marketing manager, Nimbus.”


    “Nimbus describe the 405 Coupe, the flagship of their Coupe fleet as a boat with timeless, beautiful lines that meet strict design and clever functionality. And I reckon that really sums the 405 up perfectly. Like the 305 and 365 Coupes I couldn’t fault the 405 in any respects, be it construction, finish, layout, appointments or handling. This is damn near a perfect boat! Yep, you got it in one. I loved it and even more than I did the 305 and 365, just because it was bigger and presented the layout even better.

    The Nimbus 405 Coupé is the largest and latest in a three-boat line up of comfortable coupé cruisers from the Scandinavian builders and has distinctly European lines that are both modern and classic. Like the smaller coupes in the range, a key part of the boat’s appeal lies in its asymmetric deck design which sacrifices the port side deck for the full walkaround deck to starboard.

    Nimbus call it “Sidewalk” and not only does it allow freedom of movement to and from the bow along the starboard side, but it also gives maximum use of the interior volume, allowing the cockpit, saloon, lower deck and cabin to be larger than would otherwise be the case in a boat of this size.

    An important feature of the Nimbus sidewalk concept is the large flush fitted sliding door to starboard. The sliding door provides access for the skipper when laying alongside and enables manoeuvering the boat from a standing position on the side deck.
    When you first see the boat, you may think from its style that it is a slowpoke. Not so, the 405 is based on a full planning hull that is designed to go fast and handle well. It provides sports boat performance and handling in a plain package. It’s hard not to use the adage ‘ a wolf in sheep’s clothing’, but that is what the 405 Coupe is. While the 305 Coupe is a single engine boat and the 365 a single or twin, the 405 is strictly twins only. There are three standard twin engine packages available, and all are shaft driven with the low angle straight drive shafts in tunnels. No pods or stern drives are available.

    The 405 Coupe is built strong with all laminate in the boat vacuum injected at the Nimbus boatyards in Mariestad, Sweden. That includes everything from the hull, deck, superstructure, interior laminated surfaces and hatches. Divinycell is used in the sandwich laminate, providing excellent insulation properties from both heat and cold and transports condensation away very efficiently.

    The boat has a feeling of solidity with a real cruising attraction, and I would imagine that the majority of owners of a Nimbus 405 would use the boat for a multiple of reasons, from bottom fishing and diving to extended cruising. This is a boat that gives you enough for just about any of your boating pleasures.
    Stepping aboard from the marina one of the first things that impressed me was the generous size cockpit and how the L shape settee takes full advantage of the beam offered by the lack of a port side deck. The result is maximum use of the cockpit space, seating for eight around an adjustable coffee/dining table, to enjoy cocktails and hors-d’oeuvre in the evening.

    The table drops down and with some infill cushions make an excellent sun pad or an extra berth for guests. By hanging side clears off the cockpit overhang, you can transform the cockpit into an extension of the saloon and increase your closed in space.

    The Nimbus 405 features a large and uninterrupted windshield with high profile side windows and a full glass sliding aft door. Overhead is a combination fixed sunroof panel aft and a forward panel that retracts to allow plenty of fresh air to circulate through the saloon. An excellent blind system enables you to control the light ingress from above.

    There is a U-shaped settee/dining area to port and as expected this can be dropped to form yet another accommodation space. The table has a forward section that transforms from the dinner table to cocktail table, complete with cup holders.

    A neat feature is the convertible forward passenger seat that can be flipped down to form either part of the lounger or up to provide a double passenger seat. There’s even a pop-up TV built into the forward cabinetry which can be viewed throughout the saloon.

    The helm has recently been remodelled and now takes twin 12″ MFDs, such as the pair of Garmin MFDs we had on our boat. All controls, switches and instruments are well placed for easy use or viewing, and the helm seat is positioned at a perfect height when seated or standing…well for me anyway.

    The side door gives easy access to the extra wide starboard walkway, and when standing, I was able to pop my head out through the sunroof opening and get a clear view of what was ahead.

    The main difference in the accommodation is that while the 305 and 365 were two cabins, the 405 is big enough to offer three and two bathrooms. Forward is the master cabin with a strategically placed double berth that provides reasonable access with either side. There is plenty of storage provided in shelves and hanging lockers.

    Having two bathrooms in a boat this size is another plus, with the owner’s cabin having an en-suite complete with a full stand-up separate shower cubicle. The other two cabins share the second bathroom which is also used as the day head. Plenty of light and ventilation streams in through opening side ports and deck hatches.
    The two guest cabins are side by side under the saloon sole with the starboard side providing twin singles and the port cabin a large double. Another very Scandinavian feature is the wet hanging locker between the staterooms, which allows you to hang your damp gear over a surface designed to allow for drainage.

    I can’t say enough about how good the Nimbus Coupe range is and now having reviewed all three I am still super impressed. The quality is exceptional, the handling and ride excellent and for a full production boat from the other side of the world, excellent value for money.”



    RCD Status:
    • Our understanding is that the vessel complies with the Recreational Craft Directive and is categorised “B” 8-persons or “C” 12-persons.

    Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • All GRP with 12mm solid teak to the cockpit, bathing platform, starboard side deck and foredeck.
    • The hull, deck, superstructure, interior’s laminated surfaces and hatches are built with vacuum injection.
    • The combination of using a vacuum injection method along with high quality materials and multiple layers of woven fibreglass matting, makes for a hull and laminate that is insulated, strong and light.
    • Divinycell is used in the sandwich laminate, providing excellent insulation properties from both heat and cold and helps condensation to be efficiently removed.
    • “Innerliner” and “headliner” are built entirely of fibreglass, resulting in easy to clean, smooth surfaces in the stowage lockers, stowage areas, sides and ceiling.
    • The draft shaft and tunnel system is well proven, allowing for straighter shaft angles for greater efficiency of power delivery, and making for lower fuel efficiency and improved speed. Additionally, it assists with improved course stability at lower speeds and shallower draught.
    • White coloured hull topsides.
    • High raised starboard bulwark creates a well-protected and safe access.
    • Teak laid to the cockpit sole, starboard side deck, foredeck and bathing platform.
    • Heavy duty rubbing strake around the hull and bathing platform for added protection.
    • Wide dark blue boot topping hull strip and a further narrow red coloured pin stripe above.


    Engine & gearbox:
    • 2x Volvo Penta D4-320 in-line 4-cylinder diesel engines, each producing approximately 320hp (640hp combined @ 3,600rpm).
    • 3.7 litre engine capacity.
    • Shafts on V-drives allows greater interior space to be created.
    • Freshwater cooled turbocharger.
    • Common rail fuel injection system, 2,000 bar.
    • Seawater cooled tubular oil cooler.
    • Seawater cooled heat exchanger.
    • Fuel pressure sensor that indicates clogging in the fuel filters.
    • Single fine fuel filter of spin-on type, with water separator and water in fuel alarm.
    • Engine mounted seawater strainer.
    • Electronic vessel control (EVC) – fully integrates the engines, electronics and EVC features with Glass cockpit.
    • Automatic mechanical ventilation to the engine compartment, reduces the temperature which assists with greater longevity for the engines and in turn, greater chance of better reliability.

    Maintenance & Performance:
    • Engine hours: approx. 14.5 hours as of December 2023.
    • Engines last serviced – August 2023.
    • Cruising speed: approx. 22 knots.
    • Maximum speed: approx. 30 knots.

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • 2x 4-blade bronze propellors on shafts with V-Drive.
    • Humphree interceptor X600 automatic trim tabs system.
    • 2x rudder blades.
    • Sidepower proportional bow and stern thrusters with remote control on a lanyard for control whilst away from the helm position. This system allows the thrusters to be run at varying speeds and therefore, for longer periods of time than with a “standard” thruster, so allowing easier positioning of the vessel when required.
    • Single steering wheel positioned to starboard side.
    • Electronic shift and throttle with; trim assist, slow speed mode, single lever control and cruise control functions.
    • Ambassador rope cutters.


    Voltage systems:
    • 50Hz 12vDC domestic system with 230vAC via shore power with the appropriate shore power cable.

    Interior Lighting:
    • Interior lighting is LED with many on dimmer switches.

    Battery Banks:
    • 1x 12vDC 77Ah engine start battery.
    • 7x 12vDC 80Ah Service batteries.
    • 3x 12vDC 77Ah Heavy duty service batteries.
    • Battery isolator controls located on a panel below the cabin sole, positioned adjacent to the galley with the battery banks positioned below this area in the bilge.
    • For convenience, the batteries can be switched on/off via a remote control with battery indicator lights in the cupboard over the induction hob.

    • Mastervolt Chargemaster 12/50-3 12v 50Amp automatic battery charger.

    • 2x engine-mounted alternators.

    Shore Power:
    • 230vAC shore power connection with 230vAC sockets in interior.
    • Additional double electrical socket fitted to the engine compartment and further additional 230v outlet to the galley.
    • USB electrical sockets.


    Fresh Water:
    • Water is pressurised by 24vDC high-pressure pump system.
    • Hot & cold freshwater pressurised water supply throughout.
    • Hot water heated via a Isotemp SPA40L 40-litre hot water tank via 230v immersion heater element.

    Bilge Pumps:
    • Electric bilge pump located in the bilge to the owner’s fore cabin.
    • Manual bilge pump operated from the aft end of the starboard side deck..


    • 2x approximately 500-litre (1,000-litres combined) stainless steel fuel tanks.

    Fresh Water:
    • 2x approximately 200-litre (400-litres combined) plastic fresh-water tanks.

    Holding Tank:
    • 1x approximately 135-litre stainless steel holding tank.
    • Tank can be emptied with a pump-out via a deck outlet or via gravity overboard.

    Navigation Equipment:
    • Simrad Depth sounder.
    • Simrad HALO20+ 16” GPS chart plotter and radar including HS60 compass.
    • Simrad Log-speedometer.
    • Simrad wind speed and direction.
    • Simrad Autopilot with NAC-2 auto pilot computer, control OP12, RF25 Rudder Feedback, hydraulic pump.
    • Separate helming compass.
    • Rear-view camera.
    • Remote control search light, controlled via joystick.
    • Clock and barometer.

    Communication Equipment:
    • Simrad HS90 VHF radio with DSC.
    • Simrad VHF speaker by the helm position.
    • Twin horns operated from the helm position and located on the stainless steel mast.


    Galley Equipment:
    • 230v Electrolux 2-ring electric induction hob.
    • 230v Smeg electric combination oven/microwave (never been used).
    • Isotherm 120-litre stainless steel front opening fridge with freezer area to the galley.
    • Dometic 12 kitchen extractor fan.
    • Stainless steel 1 ½ bowl sink with hot & cold mixer tap over.

    • 1x Dometic electric flush marine heads with freshwater flush to each heads.
    • Stainless steel wash basin with hot & cold mixer tap over to each heads.
    • Mixer tap to guest heads is also a retractable showerhead.
    • Full standing height shower cubicle with showerhead and thermostatic valve, glazed hinged door with stainless grab rail to the owner’s en-suite.

    Heating & Ventilation:
    • Eberspracher D5 diesel fired hot air heating with outlets to the saloon, sleeping cabins and both heads.

    • Majestic 22” TV & DVD player housed within the Navigator’s table and TV antenna.
    • Fusion MS-RA70N stereo sound system with Bluetooth (also controllable from the chart plotter.
    • 2x integrated speakers above the windscreen.
    • 2x Fusion speakers to the cockpit.


    Accommodation Summary:
    • Sleeps up to 6 in three cabins + the saloon via a lowerable dining table which converts into an additional berth when required.

    Accommodation Finish:
    • Mahogany interior joinery.
    • Exposed teak & holly cabin sole to the saloon dining area with carpets covering the matching teak & holly cabin sole to the rest of the galley.
    • Sun blinds to sunroofs over helm position.
    • Curtains/blinds to windows, portholes and hatches.
    • Mosquito blind and blackout blind to the owner’s cabin deck hatch and skylight.
    • Sunbrella Natte beige coloured upholstery.
    • Black Corian worktop to the galley.
    • White coloured Corian to the heads’ countertops.

    Accommodation Layout from Forward:

    Owner’s Fore Cabin:
    • Central double berth with storage draw under and additional matrass topper for added comfort.
    • Deckhead escape/ventilation hatch with integrated backout blind and mosquito blind.
    • Port & starboard wardrobes providing shelving and hanging space.
    • 2x Opening portholes with curtains to the hull sides.
    • Carpet to the cabin sole.
    • Twin adjustable reading lights.
    • Recessed downlights.
    • Steps with carpets and timber edging to each sides of the bed.
    • 2x clothes hooks to the bulkhead.
    • TV & electrical sockets points.

    Owner’s Cabin’s En-Suite:
    • 1x electric flush marine heads with freshwater flush.
    • Moulded vanity unit with white coloured Corian countertop with inset stainless steel wash basin with hot and cold mixer tap over and cupboard under.
    • 2x toothbrush holders.
    • Full standing height shower cubicle with showerhead and thermostatic valve, glazed hinged door with stainless hand rail.
    • Timber gratings to the sole of the heads and shower areas with electric sump pump under.
    • Cupboard with mirror front.
    • Recessed downlighters.
    • USB and electrical sockets (with a cover to protect it from any moisture).
    • Deckhead hatch.
    • 1x Opening porthole with curtain to the hull side.
    • 2x hooks.

    Portside Guest Cabin:
    • Double bed.
    • Wardrobe.
    • 2x Opening portholes to the hull side, with curtains.
    • 1x Opening porthole to helm/navigation area with a curtain.
    • 230v electrical socket and USB socket.
    • 2x Reading lamps.
    • Carpet to the cabin sole.

    • Steps up to the saloon/galley/helm area.
    • Open fronted hanging space with clothes hooks.

    Starboard Guest Cabin:
    • Twin berths.
    • Stowage under a seat.
    • Wardrobe.
    • 2x Reading lights.
    • 2x Opening portholes to the hull side with curtains.
    • 1x Opening porthole to helm/navigation area with a curtain.
    • CO2 alarm.
    • 230v electrical socket and USB socket.
    • Carpet to the cabin sole.

    Guest Heads:
    • 1x electric flush marine heads with freshwater flush.
    • Moulded vanity unit with white coloured Corian countertop with inset stainless steel wash basin with hot & cold mixer tap/retractable showerhead over and cupboard under.
    • Timber grating to the sole with electric sump under.
    • Heater outlet.
    • 2x Hooks.
    • 2x Towel hoops fitted as extras to the inside of the door.
    • 2x Toothbrush holders.
    • Holding tank level indicator.
    • Mirror.

    Helm and Navigator’s Positions:
    • Helm position to starboard with dashboard.
    • Twin helm seats with raisable seat squabs for support when standing and improved access to the sliding door to the starboard side deck.
    • Teak & holly to cabin sole.
    • Electrical control panel below the helm seats.
    • Large windscreen with windscreen wipers and screen washer system plus screen demisters.
    • Large side windows providing lots of light and great visibility, both fitted with venetian blinds.
    • Twin part opening electric sunroofs with integrated sun blinds provide huge amounts of natural light and ventilation.
    • Adjacent to the helm position, on the portside is the Navigator’s double seat, which can be adjusted to be either forward facing for navigation or to aft to form part of the dining seating.
    • Navigator’s table with hinged lid which houses the TV & DVD player.
    • Fusion stereo system control is located just below the table (this can also be controlled via the chart plotter display at the hem position).
    • Storage pockets to Navigator’s area.
    • Portside opening window to the Navigator’s area.
    • 12v Electrical outlet to Navigator’s area.
    • Stainless steel and leather grab rail to the Navigator’s position.
    • Removable exterior windscreen blind and further custom made interior removable windscreen curtain.

    Saloon Area:
    • Positioned to the aft of the Navigator’s position to the portside.
    • A U-shaped settee with a lowerable and hinged dining table with integrated cup holders.
    • The table can be lowered and with an insert cushion, can create an additional occasional sleeping berth.
    • Additional draw space and storage alcove under the sofa.
    • Exposed teak and holly to the cabin sole for the saloon area.

    Galley Area:
    • Positioned to starboard, just aft of the helm position.
    • Linear galley layout.
    • Black Corian worktop.
    • Inset two ring electric hob.
    • Integrated Smeg electric combination oven/microwave (never been used).
    • Isotherm stainless steel front opening refrigerator with small freezer area.
    • Cutlery draws plus 3x other draws.
    • Unit to aft of the helm seat provides additional storage space (potential space for a coffee machine) and houses the Aqua Filta water purifying filter. This unit also houses additional storage for crockery and glasses and further general storage in a draw under the helm seat.
    • Sliding glazed door to:

    • Positioned aft.
    • Teak to sole.
    • Folding timber dining table with integrated cupholders and stainless steel grab rails accessible when the table is folded.
    • L-shaped sofa with internal storage.
    • Stainless steel grab rails.
    • GRP fixed canopy moulded to the aft end of the cabin superstructure extends over part of the cockpit with an extendable stainless steel frame to allow the removable blue coloured canvas cockpit tent with large clears to be fitted.
    • Additional stainless steel support has been commissioned by the seller and was professionally created and installed along with the cockpit cover being professionally made to incorporate it to create improved lateral support to the cover in windy conditions.
    • Stainless steel and part glazed gate secures the cockpit from the bathing platform.
    • Twin access hatches to cockpit sole give access to the engine compartment.

    Bathing Platform:
    • Teak to the sole.
    • Additional professionally designed, manufactured and installed stainless steel guard rails to the bathing platform for added safety incorporating a fishing rod holder plus 316 gauge stainless steel chains creating gates to the port, starboard and aft sides of the bathing platform.
    • Removable stainless steel bathing ladder.
    • Stainless stell snap davits to the aft edge of the bathing platform for easy launching and recovery of the tender.
    • 2x additional stainless steel cleats have been added to the bathing platform by the seller using professional metal fabricators and installers.
    • Outboard motor/tender hoist to the pushpit.
    • There is also aft access from the bathing platform via a hatch cover which incorporates a fender store with horizontal stainless steel bars and which gives additional access to the storage under the cockpit sofa, to not require the sofa cushions to always be removed to gain access to this area. This area houses the shore power electrical connector, rubber matting to the locker sole to protect the GRP to the storage area.
    • Hot and cold bathing platform shower.


    • Stainless steel guard rail incorporating the “step through” pulpit, continues virtually continuously around the vessel and which the seller had professionally adapted to incorporate stainless steel hoops which are welded and polished to create fitted fender mounting points for quick and easy fitting and removing of the fenders. (The fender lines have been created to the required length for each position).
    • 6x Professionally created stainless steel fender hoop stores, (3x times to port and starboard sides at the fore deck).
    • Anchor locker with 4x additional internal cleats added.
    • bowsprit incorporating the stainless steel bow roller.
    • Teak to the foredeck and side deck to the starboard side, being of an asymmetric design, the narrower port side deck does not have teak.
    • Stainless steel grab rails to the port and starboard cabin superstructure roof (at both the higher and lower levels).
    • Recessed area to the cabin roof to create a forward sun pad area.
    • Raised bulwarks to the starboard side, creating a safe feel.
    • Custom designed and professionally fabricated and installed outboard bracket to the aft starboard quarter.
    • Stainless steel mast to the cabin roof where the rear facing camera, TV antenna, enclosed radar receiver and the joystick operated search light are positioned, along with the wind speed and direction instruments.
    • Stainless steel ensign staff.

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • 12vDC Lewmar anchor windlasses with deck mounted controls as well as controls at the helm position.
    • Ultra Marine 21 kgs Chrome anchor with approximately 45m of 8mm stainless steel anchor chain.
    • Stainless steel bow roller.
    • Stainless steel mooring cleats.
    • Warps & fenders, some with ‘Nimbus’ branded fender socks.

    Tender & Outboard:
    • New and virtually unused Highfield 310 Rib Classic inflatable tender with rollocks and aluminium oars.
    • New and unused Mercury 6hp outboard motor (can be stowed either below for added security and protection of the motor or on a dedicated outboard bracket to starboard aft quarter).

    Covers & Cushions:
    • External blue coloured canvas windscreen cover.
    • Blue coloured canvas cockpit enclosure (large version) with clears.
    • Forward sun pad cushions with Sunbrella Natte beige colour upholstery.
    • Blue canvas cover for the tender interior when stowed on the stap davits to deflect water from sitting in the tender.
    • White coloured elasticated canvas cover for the cockpit table.


    General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, 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.

    Is there any of the following included:
    • Seago Cruiser 4-person valise model life raft – 1st Service carried out August 2023.
    • Individual fire extinguishers and automatic fire system to the engine compartment.

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying: Ashore, Lymington, Hampshire, UK.

    Available to view strictly by prior 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: James McNeil – Grabau International (UK)
    Tel: +44 (0)7979 907210
    Email: james@grabauinternational.com

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