|Location:||Paris Ile-de-France France [View Map]|
|Telephone:||Reveal Telephone Number|
An extremely competent, well equipped and comfortable sea boat with a strong pedigree.
This Picchiotti Nelson 45 Tigress MKII all-weather cruising Motor Yacht is powered by twin Iveco diesel engines, each rated at 270 hp.
The MKII model of this sought-after motor yacht provides and additional 2ft 9ins of beam giving far more internal volume and extremely spacious accommodation for 6 persons in three cabins excluding the saloon.
Designed by Commander Peter Thornycroft, designer of the famous Nelson range of boats, with a true Nelson hull moulded in GRP to Lloyds approved scantlings with a Lloyd s hull moulding Certificate. The hull was moulded and fitted to a high standard of safety, engineering and interior design with Italian style by one of Europe s oldest established yard, Picchiotti Yachts in Viareggio, Italy, she is the highly regarded Tigress Mark II model.
The hull and superstructure are moulded in GRP and are of-white in colour with dark blue window surrounds.
Heavy duty rubber D fendering is fitted at the upper and lower sheer strakes. The aft deck is teak laid, with a non-slip finish on the side and forward decks.
Her equipment and construction are to the highest standards and she gives absolute confidence and an excellent 'go anywhere' ability.
British Part 1 Registered for secure transfer of Title.
My wife and I purchased Old Harry towards the end of 2014. A lovely boat, structurally sound with good engines. I set about refurbishing her for our own use and pleasure. I did not have a budget in mind, however was determined to get it right.
An example of my thinking in the refurbishment - Our first night on board. Well the mattress was worn out, a very uncomfortable night. Remedy, get a new one made to measure. No, not a foam one, a proper sprung mattress. We have always had the most comfortable nights on board since. If anything was not exactly right, it had to be made right.
We have now sadly come to the decision that we should sell her to someone who will enjoy her as we have.
All invoices of the works completed, and recent surveys can be provided.
|No. of engines:||2|
|Length over all:||45'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Hull type:||Semi Displacement|
|Fuel capacity:||370 Gallons|
|Water capacity:||100 Gallons|
Hull moulded in GRP to Lloyds approved scantlings with a Lloyd s hull moulding Certificate.
The hull GRP moulding is in a lilac gelcoat above and below the waterline, and has been constructed of polyester resins, woven roving cloth and chopped strand mat.
Dark blue antifouling below the waterline.
Dark blue window surrounds.
Heavy duty rubber D fendering is fitted at the gunwhale.
The aft deck is teak laid, with a non-slip finish on the side and forward decks.
Bronze rudder blades and stocks.
Interior fitted out to a very high standard, finished in French oak with contemporary upholstery and carpets.
Saloon windows all rubber channels replaced
New fitted carpets (blue) in saloon and cabins (2016)
New upholstery in saloon (2016)
New mattress in owner s cabin (2016)
Description from forward
Fore Cabin with two large V berths. Large hanging locker and stowage under the berths. Hatch to foredeck and forward window combine to make this cabin light and airy. Door in aft bulkhead to forward companionway.
Aft of the Fore Cabin to port is the Forward Heads/Shower Compartment equipped with a large washbasin, toilet, shower and extractor fan. Stowage lockers and shelves.
Aft of the toilet compartment to port is the Mid Cabin with two pullman single berths. Stowage lockers. Two opening ports.
Opposite this cabin to starboard is the Galley with a long stainless-steel worktop with sink, dark blue Formica cupboards, 2 x Fridges, electric cooker/microwave with 4 hobs (2015), power point for kettle, toaster etc., cupboards for storage of crockery, cutlery, crockery and kitchen equipment. Two opening ports.
Companionway at aft end of galley leading up to the Wheelhouse/Saloon with a U-shaped settee and swivelling/extending oak table to port with oak sideboard and lockers.
To port, ahead of the settee is the two-person helm seat and main helm station with full engine instrumentation and all the main navigational equipment. The electrical fuses for all circuits are situated here.
At the aft end of the saloon to starboard a companionway leads down to the very comfortable Owners Suite which benefits from 6 6 headroom. This is a full width cabin with a centreline double berth of approx. 1.5 X 1.85 metres, with dressing tables either side of the berth and double door wardrobes to port and starboard at the forward end of the cabin. Light and ventilation is provided by opening portholes to port and starboard, and the good-sized glazed escape hatch in the transom.
A door leads forward from this cabin to the en-suite Heads/Shower Compartment equipped with washbasin with hot and cold pressurised water supply, shower and toilet.
From the aft of the saloon a centre companionway leads up to the aft deck with the External Helm Position to port. All-important instrumentation is repeated at this helm station.
The aft deck is teak laid and there are two forward facing teak seats at stern.
Lofrans windlass 24-Volt 1000-Watt with chain gypsy and warping drum
Danforth anchor and 7/16'' chain (calibrated)
Silver anodised aluminium alloy mooring points - 12'' foredeck bollard, two similar on the aft deck, two 8'' amidships and four pairs of 7'' fairleads.
Warps and fenders
Teak laid decks in cockpit
Helm position to port with double helmsman seat
Liferaft stowage under
New fly bridge cover (2016)
Nicolle Associates offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
This vessel is deemed VAT paid
As always photographs do not do justice, so a viewing is highly recommended.
This boat is lying in Paris, France.
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