1982 Lord Nelson 41
| price quoted is in Canadian dollars
trade for 31-34ft sail, Lord Nelson 41 / 1982
Equipment and Information:
Builder: Lord Nelson
LOA: 41' LWL: 36'2" Beam: 12'10"
Displacement: 30,500 Draft: 5'8" Ballast: 11,000
Diesel Engine: BMW Engine(s) HP: 50 Hours: 3000
Fuel: 110 gal Water: 200 gal Holding: 15 gal
Sleeps six in two staterooms, one settee berth & one pilot berth. |
Head room is 6'4".
Solid teak interior, teak & holly sole, solid African Mahogany compression post.
Bronze & brass fittings throughout.
Forward-ample access to the sail locker & chain locker is provided from the head.
The head has a marble vanity with bronze and porcelain taps, SS sink, and ample storage.
Moving aft is the main salon with a U-shaped dining area.
On the port side, the pilot berth has been converted for storage with removable teak shelving.
Port side settee/berth pulls out for extra seating at the table.
The large wrap around galley is on the starboard side, opposite the sit down nav station, and full length hanging locker.
The two aft staterooms (each with a hanging locker and settee), are separated by the companionway.
The master stateroom is larger and features a marble vanity with SS sink & mirror.
Both rooms have three opening ports & a dorade for superior ventilation.
Red courtesy lights throughout.
Fourteen opening bronze ports, three large hatches and four SS dorades provide excellent ventilation.
Fully equipped galley.
Excellent storage in 5 drawers & cupboards.
All counter tops surrounded by attractive fiddles.
Propane stove new in 2002.
Microwave oven, dual SS sinks, teak wine glass & dish racks, 12 cu. ft. well insulated Adler Barbour refrigerator/freezer.
Garmin 35 GPS connected to a Compac laptop computer with "The Captn" electronic charting software.
GPS also commands the hydraulic auto pilot in the navigation mode. (New in 2002).
Standard Horizon 175C chart-plotter with external antennae (new in 2005)
E-Trex hand-held GPS (new in 2002)
JRC 1000 radar with 16 NM range (new 2002)
Apelco fish-finder with external transducer (spare depth finder)
Speed & distance log
Wind speed & direction SEA 156 VHF, antennae & cabling upgraded 2002
Icom 7200, SSB radio, (new March 2005, converted to be operational on HAM bands as well)
Hand held Standard Horizon VHF (new 2002)
Weatherfax software: Weatherfax 2000 displayed on the laptop from SSB obtained information
4 batteries-one 8D 220 amp gel-cell battery located in the forepeak is dedicated for the anchor winch, two 8D 220 amp gel cell house batteries (new 2006), one 120 amp. gel cell starter battery (new 2006)
Balmar 165 amp alternator (new in 2008, old 120 amp Balmar as spare))
60 amp 12V to 110 V inverter (2007)
Intelligent 3-battery charger (2007)
Kiss High output wind generator (new 2002) Transformer: 220V to 110V (for use in Europe, new 2003)
Miscellaneous electrical cords & adaptors
Incandescent brass lamps with separate night vision red bulbs in certain areas.
Night-vision floor lighting provided throughout.
110VAC outlets throughout boat
Fiberglass hull laid up in alternate layers of mat & roving (over one inch thick near the keel).
A unique feature of the Lord Nelson 41 hull design is that the rub-rails are moulded in, making the hull extremely stiff.
Hull & deck color is white.
Upper deck, over the cabin, is inlaid with teak planking (3 separate areas on each side of the cabin).
The keel is cast iron and is moulded into the hull.
Waterline stripe is dark green.
The entire deck is surrounded by 6 inch high moulded in fiberglass combings for safety.
The cockpit area is finished in solid teak over the fiberglass base.
Four unique outboard storage lockers surround the cockpit area.
The destroyer type SS steering wheel is teak covered.
o Two Kingston anchors (45 lbs, plough type) mounted on the bow with the following tackle: one with 30 feet of chain and 200 feet of 5/8 inch rode, the other with 50 feet of chain and 150 of 5/8 rode.
o One 33 lbs.
o "Vetus" electric winch chain, foot-switch operated, is mounted on the bow.
Avon Ocean Class 6-man life raft in canister mounted on deck (2002, last serviced 2007)
406 Class ACR EPIRB
Additional Class B ACR EPIRB kept as spare
Ditch-bag containing: flares, kite, GPS, hand-held VHF and other survival gear including hand operated water-maker
Man-over-board pole with attached horse-shoe buoy
Life jackets, flares
10 foot Caribe RIB dinghy (hard bottom planing type, new 20020
10 hp Nissan OB motor (new 2002)
Full cockpit cushions made of close-celled foam Dodger (spray hood) new 2002
Bimini & side curtains new 2002
Large tarp covering 60% of the deck (for use in the tropics)
Miscellaneous other rope-work
Pedestal with cable transmission to heavy duty cast-iron quadrant mounted directly on the rudder stock.
Emergency tiller mountable directly on top of rudderstock.
Com-Nav hydraulic self-steering connected directly to rudder-stock below deck (new in 2002).
Navico, belt driven electric self steering system connected directly to the wheel (used as spare , new in 1996.)
Voyageur self-steering wind vane, new in 2002.
BMW 3-cylinder marine diesel, 50 hp at 3,200 RPM (overhauled in 2003)
Hurth 250-2.OR gearbox (new in 1997, serviced 2008)
1.5 inch diameter drive shaft
Fixed 3-bladed bronze propeller
Rigging and Sails:
The boat is cutter rigged (extra inner forestay).
Mast is stepped on deck.
Top of mast is 57 feet above water level and provided with one set of spreaders.
All standing rigging is 3/8 inch wire and was completely replaced in 2002.
Swage-less terminals are provided on standing rigging throughout.
Backstay is serving as antennae for the SSB radio and is provided with special insulators at both ends.
All running rigging was replaced in 2002.
Slab reefing on main sail and roller furling (Profurl) on genoa.
Staysail is hankded on.
Boom is supported in a sturdy gallows terminated in solid bronze end-brackets.
Sails and canvas:
Yankee high-cut original sail in excellent condition
150% genoa, new in 2002
Staysail: 2 reef points
Cruising spinnaker with snuffer
Triple stitched Lee cruising main, 3 reef points, (new 2007, old main as spare)
Sunbrella sail cover (new 2007) 8 Barient winches
4 winch handles (2 locking)
Spare Parts and Tools:
The boat contains approximately $4,000 worth of spare parts for engine and major mechanical/electrical systems.
The two foremost bulkheads were professionally retrofitted to become watertight in the 2002 upgrading of the boat.