Triumph is a classic 1960's Nicholson 32 MkII . A well respected and capable long distance blue water cruising yacht. The Nicholson was in production for almost 20 years. Triumph features 5 berths in two cabins, heads and galley. **This boat requires a complete refurbishment** . This heavy duty and seaworthy vessel has many years service to give either to an experienced long distace sailor or somebody looking to refurbish a British classic. ** This boat requires refurbishing** Viewing essential by appointment. www.harbouryachts.co.uk
Garmin GPS. Nasa depthsounder. Eclipse VHF with DSC. Compass and barometer.
Ford Sea Panther 28hp Diesel engine. (serviced 2010) 2236 hours. 20 gallon water tank. 10 gallon fuel tank. 3 bladed propeller.
2 x 86 amp batteries. (1 x new domestic 2020).
5 Berth. 2 cabins. Galley with oven & grill. Galley sink. Refrigerator. Coolbox. Saloon table. Heads with Jabsco WC. Hanging locker. Wet locker.
Electric bilge pump
Anchor. Spare kedge anchor. Cockpit lockers. Sail cover. Dinghy.
Sloop. Standing rigging (5 years). Running rigging (10 years). Spinnaker pole. Aluminium spas. Vey good condition slab main sail. Good condition Main sail. Head sail. Luff (needs restitching).
This boat requires comprehensive refurbishment. Viewings at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
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