Camper & Nicholson 80

£495,000 (Tax Exempt)

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24 m Steel ketch with aluminium superstructure. Built by Camper and Nicholson to very high specifications and to Lloyds 100 A1 Classification in 1977. Purchased by her present owner in 2000 she has benefited from major refits in 2001, 2008, 2011/12 and 2017. Mainly used privately for circumnavigation and full time crew maintained, well over a million GBP has been invested in her since 2000. Accommodation for six guests and leeping comfortably four crew, max six.. Interior finished in mahogany. Twin Detroit diesel V6 71 engines rated at 235 HP each, giving a motoring range of up to 2,800 nautical miles. Twin generators, full air-conditioning including crew cabins and heating throughout. 4 metre RIB. Superb fully equipped yacht and would make a fabulous Globe trotting home or a fine charter vessel. New decks fitted in the winter 2010/2011, new electronics, sails and rig in 2012. Currently located in Malta, having sailed from Phuket in early 2012, to Scotland and more recently down to Malta. MCA 5 year Coding Survey passed in 2017. Now offered on a heavily discounted price for a swift sale. Part exchange of a smaller yacht could be considered. For further details, photographs and inspection arrangements please contact listing broker, Hanne Niederbracht at Ancasta Palma.

Location: Malta
Listing office: Palma

£495,000 (Tax Exempt)

Boat Details

Make: Camper & Nicholson
Model: 80
Year: 1977
LOA: 80ft/24m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Steel
Keel: Long Keel
Rig: Ketch
Engine: Twin Diesel
Layout: Deck Saloon/Pilothouse
Berths: 11
Cabins: 6
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 13383
Vessel Name: Lord Jim
80' KETCH BUILT BY CAMPER & NICHOLSON 1977 in Gosport, UK

CONSTRUCTION
6mm steel hull (Ultrasound tested in April 2017)
New 3/4" ply and selected teak laid decks in 2011.
Aluminium superstructure.
Hull and superstructure repainted in Awlgrip in 2011, touched up and polished in 2017.
Varnished teak cap rails, toe rails and exterior trim (re-varnished 2017/2018)
Long keel with semi-balanced rudder, removed serviced and replaced in 2017
Hydraulic steering by Wills Ridley with dual steering positions
Internal lead-balasted keel
New MCA Coding Survey (5 year) in 2017

LOA: 24.43m 80' 02"
LWL: 19.35m 63' 06"
BEAM: 6.24m 20' 06"
DRAFT: 2.92M 9' 07"
DISPLACEMENT: 105 t. Lightship
KETCH RIG WITH HOOD ALUMINIUM MAST AND SPARS resprayed in white in 2016

Standing rigging 1x19 stainless steel wire (2016)
Running rigging terylene rope and wire (2016)
Mainsail reefing in-mast, 24v electric (overhauled in 2017)
Mizzen reefing in-mast, 24v electric (overhauled in 2017)
Profurl electric headsail furler (2017)
24v electric staysail furler (2017)
Hydraulic Backstay adjusters (overhauled 2016)
Hood spinnaker pole
Rod vang on main boom.

SAILS
Saturn Sails, inmast furling mainsail - 2015
Saturn Sails inmast furling mizzen - 2015
Dacron furling Genoa - 2006
Dacron furling Staysail

WINCHES
2 x Genoa winches 2-speed Barient 35's (Electric)
2 x Lewmar 56 2S/ST halyard winches (Main) - 2015
1 x Lewmar 46 2S/ST halyard winch (Main)
2 x Lewmar 30 2S/ST halyard winches (Main)
Anderson line tender (Main)
2 x Antal W30 2S/ST Running backstay winches
1 x Lewmar 46 2S/ST halyard winch (Mizzen)
1 x Lewmar 30 2S halyard winch ( Mizzen)
All winches serviced in 2016
A TOTAL OF 12 BERTHS WHICH COMPRISES 6 GUESTS AND UP TO CREW

Lord Jim accommodates up to 12 in 3 double/twin guest cabins aft and can sleep up to 6 crew forward.
Full-width aft cabin with double berth to port, a settee to starboard that could serve as an emergency berth or for a child, and full en-suite facilities.
Twin aft guest cabins with full en-suites
Comfortable raised pilothouse, also with fully equipped helm position, chart area, settee to port and and an IT area with book shelfs.
Lower saloon with U-shaped settee, dining table and 2 arm chairs to comfortably seat 6.
Galley forward of lower saloon.
Crew accommodation in forepeak with berths for max 6 and comfortably 4 crew in three cabins.

lnterior joinery in high quality dark mahogany
Heads compartments completely overhauled and remodelled 2016
High quality cloth upholsteries throughout - completely re-upholstered including soft furnishing
2012
Corian work surfaces (black in galley and crew heads, white in guest heads) - 2010
Alcantara head linings throughout
Carpeted cabin areas - Axminster - 2016
Covers for sofa and carpet in pilothouse and for sofa and armchairs in saloon

GALLEY EQUIPMENT

Miele oven - 2010
Electric hob - 2017
Microwave oven - 2010
2 x 22OvAC refrigerators - 2010 & 2012
Drinks fridge in main saloon
Top opening 24vDC freezer - compressor refurbished in 2017
2 x dishwashers -2010 & 2015
Washing machine - 2017
Dryer - 2016

ENTERTAINMENT

Kenwood Stereo systems throughout interior with speakers
LCD TV and amplified aerial at masthead
lntercom telephone system throughout interior currently installed but need of new power source
TWIN DETROIT DIESEL 6V-71 MARINE ENGINES
Rated at 235 hp
Fresh water cooling, Alison M type gearboxes running conventional shafts (hydraulic pumps replaced in 2012)
3 bladed 28" propellers (fixed), with 2x spares. Single lever Morse controls, at both helm positions
New exhaust mufflers in 2012
New exhaust manifolds in 2016
Serviced every 300 hours, last service March 2018
Cruising speed under power - 7/8 knots
Maximum speed under power - 11 knots
Range under power 2.800 NM

TANKAGE
Twin, steel, fuel tanks with a total capacity of 11.000 litres
Three, steel, water tanks with a total capacity of 5.000 litres
Grey water holding tank with a capacity of appprox. 150 litres (Steel)

WATER
Sea Recovery water maker with a capacity of 120 L/Hr, new in 2017
Full pressurised water system throughout the boat with 2 x 240v and 1 x 24v pumping systems
50 gallon hot water system 240v (new element in 2015)

ELECTRICS
Three phase system split to 220 and 110 volt lines
12 VDC bank of 12 batteries for engine and generator start and 12v systems. replaced 2012-16
24 VDC bank of 12 batteries for service systems, replaced 2012-16
Charging system is via twin chargers and 100 ah alternator
2 x LaMarch 30A Constavolt/Chargers, 2015
2 x LaMarche 20A Constavolt/chargers, 2015
Two generators by Beta Marine BU3300 rated at 33 kva each. The Port generator is from 2016 (150 hours as of June 2017) and the Starboard is from 1999, (rewound in 2009)
Both generators services in March 2017.
Wiring and installations regularly checked and replaced where necessary between 2007 and 2017

220 VAC Air conditioning throughout, including crew quarters, overhauled and with new pumps in 2016
Dedicated control units in all cabins and other areas in 2011
Webasto diesel fired warm water heating system installed in 2016 throughout the boat including crew quarters

GROUND TACKLE
2 x 200lb anchors with 14mm chain, apporx. 100 m in length.
Orvea 0720 electric windlass
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
2 x Sestrel steering compasses
2 x Sperry giro compasses
Raymarine 12" GPS/Radar/Plotter at internal helm - 2016
Raymarine 12" GPS/Radar/Plotter at internal helm - 2012
Raymarine 12" GPS/Radar/Plotter ar Chart table, linked to external Plotter - 2012
Raymarine digital closed array radar scanner on main mast
Raymarine wind display and transducer - 2016
Simrad 1S15 speed/depth/log - 2016
Navtex Nav4 - 2011
Furuno Navtex NX 300
1 x Cannard and 1 x Lokata 406 EPIRB - 2017
Sailor A1 DSC and Sailor A1 VHF radios - 2016
ICOM ICM 423 VHF 1 x fixed and 1 x handheld unit each
ICOM BS 166 VHF handheld
Simrad SP20 Autopilot with Robertson R3000x Remote control
Thrane and Thrane TT3806E Satcom (C and Mini M) - 2014
(Electronics substantially updated in 2012 and 2016)

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Search Light, Horn, Navigation lights
Fire fighting equipment includes remote engine room system, 12 x hand held fire extinguishers, Fire blanket, 2 hydrants, currently not connected as not required by MCA.
14 x inflatable life jackets, and 1x 12-man life raft, (Serviced March 2017), Sun Awnings, Radio/Cassette players throughout the boat
T.V.
Electric stainless steel davits, Admirals boarding ladder, Passarelle
Avon 4.1m Rib (2001, tubes replaced in 2014), Mariner 50h.p. 4 stroke outboard engine (2010)
Various warps and fenders, Boat hook, Various engine spares,
Assorted cutlery, crockery and utensils, Clock and Barometer
2x Sea Kayaks with sprayhoods and jackets -2012, , 2 x donuts, Water skis, Wakeboard.
Bimini above exterior helm - 2016, Various canvas protective covers - 2016, Cockpit seating cushions - 2016, Sun awning for aft cockplt seating - 2016
Built by the world-renowned Camper & Nicholson's at their Southampton shipyard, LORD JIM was completed in 1977 to the very highest of specifications and in accordance with the rigorous Lloyds 100A1 class rules. Designed for circumnavigation duties in her first private ownership, she benefits from a surprisingly easily driven hull shape, powerful twin Detroit diesel engines (giving effortless double digit extended cruising speeds), an easily managed ketch rig configuration and most importantly, a bullet-proof steel hull to protect her occupants in any and all conditions. LORD JIM is in many respects, the ultimate all-weather world-girdler. Within her 6mm-plated steel hull and aluminium superstructure is the most beautifully crafted mahogany interior providing supreme levels of comfort and versatility for 6 guests in the after section in three luxurious en-suite cabins and 5 crew in three further cabins in the forward section. Her raised pilothouse offers all-year round comfort along with excellent protection to her outside cockpit areas, whilst her prominent raised bulwarks and stainless steel guardrails allow safe passage around her teak-laid deck areas.
Following a colourful and well-travelled life in her early ownerships, LORD JIM was acquired by her current owners in 2000 and extensively refitted for further circumnavigation duties and coded for Iuxury, fully crewed, charter. With over one million Pounds invested in her over recent years with refits completed in 2001, 2008, 2011/12 and a further 100k spent in 2017, LORD JIM is presented for sale in fantastic 'ready-to-go' condition. Freshly MCA-2 coded in 2017, she can easily continue her life as luxury charter vessel, or be used once again to head off on a private family adventure around the world's oceans, An elegant world class cruising yacht. Superbly constructed and maintained regardless of cost by her professional crew.
Mainly privately used, LORD JIM is a stunning vessel offered at a fraction of her purchase and refit costs, Offering the last word in luxury, safety, versatility and capability. Presently lying in Malta. She is VAT exempt in Europe.
Having acquired and lovingly restored Lord Jim, our Camper & Nicholsons bespoke 24,42 metre (80 ft) steel sailing ketch, we set about sailing around the world. This was a true test and testimony to the quality and engineering used when Lord Jim was built in 1976. Previous to our ownership, Lord Jim was built specifically to sail round the world for an owner whose mission was to amass the finest worldwide shell collection! On return to the builders yard in Southampton (UK) some four years later and after extensive shell cataloguing in London, the owner was short of some specimens and set off again on another round the world voyage. Sadly, on return to Southampton some 18 months later, he died suddenly and Lord Jim was sold on.
LORD JIM was subsequently re-rigged and re-fitted in Southampton. Becoming a wealthy businessman's floating hotel was to be her next destiny, sailing from Cannes to Palma during the children's summer holidays (nothing more, nothing less). After which she was left to await the next family break. And then there was us! She was beautiful, but neglected - like a greyhound never let off its lead, in need of vision, money and care. Refitted by us in Malta, ready for her epic journey to the Caribbean, through the Panama Canal, passing the Galapagos lslands down through the South Pacific to New Zealand for the Americas Cup. Onward to Australia up past Darwin and then a quick sprint to Thailand. A trek across the lndian Ocean, up the Red Sea, through the Suez Canal into the Mediterranean and finally back to the UK.