Camper & Nicholson 80

£595,000 (Tax Exempt)

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  • 1977 Camper & Nicholson 80
  • deck
  • foredeck
  • bridge
  • saloon
  • cabin
  • cabin
  • office
  • galley
24 m Steel ketch with aluminium superstructure. Built by Camper and Nicholson in 1977. Major refits 2001, 2008, 2011 and 2012. Privately used and full time crew maintained. Accommodation for six guests and five crew. Interior finished in mahogany. Twin GM V6 71 diesels rated at 203 HP each giving a motoring range of up to 2,800 nautical miles. Twin generators, full air-conditioning. 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. For further details, photographs and inspection arrangements please contact listing broker, David Routledge at Ancasta Palma.

Location: Malta
Listing office: Palma

£595,000 (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
Steel hull with ply and teak laid decks (New 2011)
Aluminium superstructure
Long keel with semi-balanced rudder
Hydraulic steering by Wills Ridley
Dual steering positions
Internal lead-balasted keel
New MCA Coding Survey (5 year)

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 ALUMINIUM MAST AND SPARS
Standing rigging 1x19 stainless steel wire (2012)
Running rigging terylene rope and wire (2012)
Mainsail reefing in-mast (2012)
Mizzen reefing in-mast (2012)
Profurl electric headsail reefing (2012)
Hydraulic Backstay adjusters
Hood spinnaker pole

SAILS
Yankee Hood
Staysail Hood
Mainsail Hood
Mizzen Hood
Cruising Chute Hood
(Sails replaced in 2012)

WINCHES
2 x Genoa winches 2-speed Barient 35's (Electric)
2 x Lewmar 56 2S/ST halyard winches (Main)
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)
A TOTAL OF 11 BERTHS WHICH COMPRISES 6 GUESTS AND 5 CREW
There are three guest cabins. Aft cabin with double berth and full en-suite
facilities. Forward are two twin cabins again en-suite. Steps up to main
saloon with lower helm position and excellent chart area. Ample seating.
Steps leading to upper helm and centre cockpit area. Steps down from the
wheelhouse lead to galley comprising Miele electric cooker and over, LNG
microwave, two 220v refrigerators, 24v freezer. The work surface is finished
in Corian. Ample storage and working areas. There are berths for five crew
in three cabins. Interior wood is of dark mahogany and this is carried on
throughout the boat. The upholstery colour scheme is blue with full standing
head room throughout. All cabins have full air conditioning including saloon,
wheelhouse and galley.
TWIN GENERAL MOTOR V6-71 MARINE DIESELS
Rated at 203 hp
Fresh water cooling, Alison M type gearboxes running conventional shafts
3 bladed 28" propellors (fixed), Single lever Morse controls, Dual helm positions
New exhaust mufflers in 2012

TANKAGE
Twin fuel tanks with a capacity of 5,000 litres (1,100 gallons) Steel
Water tanks with a capacity of 4.000 litres (900 gallons) Steel
Grey water holding tank with a capacity of 45 litres (10 gallons) Steel

WATER
Sea Recovery water maker with a capacity of 120 lph
Full pressurised water system throughout the boat with 2 x 240v and 1 x 24v system
50 gallon hot water system 240v

ELECTRICS
Three phase system split to 220 and 110 volt lines
24 Surrette batteries (replaced 2001) with a capacity of 1,090 ah running a 24v system
Charging system is via twin 100 ah chargers and 100 ah alternator
2 x LaMarch 30A Constavolt/Chargers
2 x LaMarche 20A Constavolt/chargers
Two generators by Beta Marina BU3300 rated at 33 kva each
Air conditioning throughout

GROUND TACKLE
2 x 200lb anchors with 14mm chain. 105 m in length.
Orvea 0720 windlass
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
2 x Sestrel steering compasses
2 x Sperry giro compasses
Simrad 1S15 speed log
Simrad CE50 Multi monitor wind instruments
Garmin 48 GPS
Simrad CE50 plotter
1 x Cannard and 1 x Lokata 406 EPIRB
Simrad 1S15 echo sounder
Furuno FR-7040D 48 mile radar
Sailor A1 DSC and Sailor A1 VHF radios
2 x Uniden Atlantis hand held VHF's
Simrad AP20 Autopilot with Robertson R3000X remote control
NAV4 Navtex
Thrane and Thrane TT3806E Satcom (C and Mini M)
(Electronics substantially updated in 2012)

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Search Light
Horn, Fire fighting equipment includes remote engine room system, 12 x hand held fire extinguishers, Fire blanket, 2 hydrants,
12 x inflatable life jackets, 2 x 8 man life rafts, Full navigation lights, Sun Awnings, Radio/Cassette players throughout the boat
T.V. and Video, Electric stainless steel davits, Admirals boarding ladder, Passarelle
Avon 4.1m Rib (2001), Mariner 50h.p. 4 stroke outboard engine (2001)
Various warps and fenders, Boat hook, Various engine spares, Miele washer/Dryer, Smeg Dishwasher, ISE Trash compactor
New assorted cutlery, crockery and utensils, Clock and Barometer
An elegant world class cuising yacht. Superbly constructed and maintained regardless of cost by her professional crew. Privately used. Stunning. vessel presently lying in Malta. She is VAT exempt in Europe.
The yacht has completed three circumnavigations and was refitted in 2001, 2008 and 2011, with new teak decks and all new electronics, new heads and completely refitted galley. Then again in 2012 on arrival in Scotland Lord Jim went through a further extensive refit. this includes new sails standing and running rigging, exhaust silencers and an array of electronic wizardry including plotters and the like. She is a completely new boat in every aspect and of course this needs to reflect in the price as we have invested in excess of £100,000 her this year. Lord Jim sails very well and we regularly exceed 11 knots but she can motor at a comfortable 10 knots. 2,800 nautical miles range under power. Comfortable, safe with excellent accommodation. She is totally equipped for world cruising or charter and includes all crockery etc., and new linen.