1986 Lord Nelson 35 Cutter For Sale

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Stock #102451 -
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1986 Lord Nelson 35 Cutter - #1
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Boat Details

Year:
1986
Type:
Sail
Brand:
Lord Nelson
Category:
Sloop/Sloop Sailboat
Model:
35 Cutter
Length (LOA):
35' 10"
Beam:
11' 9"
Draft:
63"
Trailer:
No
Stock #:
102451
Location:
Ocean Springs, Mississippi
Status:
Available
"A TRUE BEAUTY ON THE WATER!!!!!"

1986 Lord Nelson 35 Cutter with a 44 Horse power Yanmar diesel.


Model: 35' Cutter
Builder:Lord Nelson (Ocean Eagle Yard, Taiwan)
Year:1986
Hull #:17 of 35
USCG Doc #:955177
Hull ID:OEY350170786
Location:Ocean Springs Small Craft Harbor, Ocean Springs, MS

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1986 Lord Nelson 35 Cutter - #1
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1986 Lord Nelson 35 Cutter - #1
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1986 Lord Nelson 35 Cutter - #1

1986 Lord Nelson 35 Cutter Sloop Sailboat in Ocean Springs, Mississippi

Stock #102451

Although located in Canada, due to Canadian regulations, this boat is not available for sale to potential buyers in Canada.

1986 Lord Nelson 35 Cutter with a 44 Horse power Yanmar diesel.


Model: 35' Cutter
Builder:Lord Nelson (Ocean Eagle Yard, Taiwan)
Year:1986
Hull #:17 of 35
USCG Doc #:955177
Hull ID:OEY350170786
Location:Ocean Springs Small Craft Harbor, Ocean Springs, MS

Registered Dimensions:
Length:36' (35'10")
Breadth:11'9"
Depth:5'3" (loaded I use 5'6")
Gross:11 tons
Net:10 tons

Hull Arrangement (forward to aft):
First Compartment:
Forepeak chain and anchor rode compartment, access through two louvered doors.

Second Compartment:
Enclosed head with marine toilet, with raised sill door in aft bulkhead, built-in counter top starboard with washbasin, vented enclosed locker and drawers, dressing mirror, walk-in shower with raised sill and ceramic lined port and starboard, teak grate covered sump on deck and vent/escape hatch overhead with solar vent fan installed.

Third Compartment:
Port side semi-enclosed (Pullman type) double bed, mirror forward bulkhead, privacy curtain and drawer/compartment storage below. Starboard side, ventilated hanging locker with louvered doors and open shelf storage above. Navigation station forward, starboard with enclosed storage below. Built in longitudinal cushioned seats port and starboard with storage below and open storage shelves above. Folding leaf dining table centerline with drawer storage below. Vent/escape hatch overhead. Galley port side aft with built in athwartship countertop double sink inset with hand pumped and water pressure fittings, enclosed storage below. Stainless steel, double burner/oven combination propane fueled range on port side, gimbaled for offshore use. Enclosed stateroom aft, starboard with raised sill and solid door entry, enclosed , ventilated, hanging locker outboard and quarter bunk bed aft. Midships aft is companionway ladder with two louvered doors (or hatch boards) leading to the cockpit.

Fourth Compartment:
Machinery space with removable companionway staircase providing access from galley. Cockpit located above machinery compartment.


Fifth Compartment:
Cockpit lazarette containing steering gear, rudder post, freshwater pump, hot water heater (engine or electric), refrigeration and four overboard valves with cockpit seating above.

Pilot Station:
Cockpit with cast-in seating encompassing port, starboard and aft sides, teak covered hatches with cushions and enclosed storage below, dedicated propane locker aft, steering helm with wooden and stainless spike destroyer wheel, binnacle, mounted liquid filled compass, throttle and transmission controls, autopilot control. Elevated hard dodger above cabin entrance with folding style Bimini top and cockpit full enclosure.

Construction:
Hull is solid hand laid molded fiberglass; deck is single piece solid fiberglass with teak strip overlay weather decks fastened into fiberglass stringers; teak inserts are molded into cabin top work areas; deck is bonded and fastened to hull on internal flanges; teak cap rail on bulwarks; hull has molded rub rail with teak insert and stainless steel cap; full keel (cutaway forefoot) with internal ballast; deck stepped aluminum mast with compression post below deck; pedestal mounted wheel steering with cable and quadrant; balanced rudder; prop protected in aperture in the keel; 11 bronze opening ports; teak bowsprit with twin bronze anchor rollers.

Equipment:
General:

-12 VDC Polarmate compressor (water and air cooled) mounted in machinery compartment with refrigerator compartment in galley.
-Kyocera 80 Watt Sun-Saver -10, 12-VDC solar panels mounted aft and above Bimini
-KISS Wind Generator mounted aft on its own mast
-Pressurized water system (hot and cold) with pump located in machinery compartment aft of refrigeration compressor.
-Thermoprodukter Model 022-R 8 gal hot water heater, 110-VDC with engine heat exchanger system aft in machinery space
-Stainless steel gas grill, with dedicated propane tank, mounted on aft cockpit rail
-Full cockpit enclosure, functional for sailing or motoring
-Force Ten propane cabin heater, vented
-Raitan PHII Compact Marine Head (new, 2015)
-Galley:
oTwo burner Broadwater propane stove with oven, gimbaled for offshore use
oTwo stainless steel galley sinks
-Yamaha 15HP outboard motor (less than 100 hrs)mounted on stern rail

Pumps:
-Bilge: 2 Rule 12 VDC automatic, submersible mounted; one each mounted in forward and aft bilge (Fwd pump/switch new 2016).
-Manual bilge pump below cockpit deck with handle stored in cockpit locker

-Type-III MSD system with manual discharge mounted atop holding tank or pump-out outlet on foredeck
-Shower sump pump (Rule 12 VDC ) mounted in locker under Pullman berth
-Washdown pump (12 VDC) mounted on starboard side of forward chain locker

Watermaker:
-Echo-Tec 12 VDC, 6 GPH, below galley cabinet with membrane mounted in machinery compartment (Pickled)
-Strainers and filters mounted below galley sole
-Primary filter mounter in engine compartment

Communications:
-Horizon Stand Intrepid VHF with DSC at Navigation Station
-Ram for VHF at companionway hatch
-I-COM M700 Pro SSB at Navigation Station
-I-Com Auto Turner for antenna in machinery compartment
-SCS PTC-IIex DSP multimode HF/VHF Pactor modem controller in locker at Navigation Station
-I-COM IC M3A handheld VHF at the companionway

Other Electronic Equipment:
-Raytheon RAY ST-70 below deck autopilot with ST6001 control at the helm and fluxgate compass in cabin
-Raymarine ST-72 (24NM) radar mounted above companionway in cockpit
-Raymarine ST-60 wind, depth and speed above companion way in cockpit

-Garmin 721 (wireless) Chartplotter mounted at Navigation Station
-Raymarine ST-60 Multi-function repeater located at Navigation Station
-Richie Powerdamp 5" binnacle magnetic compass at cockpit helm
-406 EPIRB automatic emergency beacon at cockpit companionway
-Class B EPIRB on bulkhead in quarterberth compartment

Machinery:
-Yanmar Model 4JHE diesel engine, wet stack, fresh water cooled, 12 VDC electric start, Racor primary fuel filters, @ 6800 hrs on meter. Rebuilt @ 5000 hrs (2004).
-Yanmar KB20 transmission; Ratio 3.28 to 1 (rebuilt 2003)
-Balmar Model 70-110 high capacity alternator
-Balmar MaxCharge 612 Voltage Regulator

Propeller Shaft and Rudder:
-11"x3-blade bronze wheel
-Shaft stainless steel 1 " X stock length for vessel with flexible coupling
-Rudder is composite 47" X 28" X 1 stock
-Stuffing box is PSS Dripless seal

Tanks:
-Welded stainless steel 80 gal tank located below starboard quarterberth
-Two 60 gal stainless steel water tanks centerline under main salon sole (Corrosion on inspection ports needs work)
-Welded stainless steel 40 gal sewage holding tank centerline under main salon sole
-Three aluminum 2 gal propane tanks; one on aft cockpit rail and two in propane compartment aft of cockpit (Regulator functional but pressure gauge needs replacing)

Wiring:
-110 VAC and 12 VDC throughout

Batteries:
-Four 6 volt lead acid, deep cycle house bank located under sole of lazarette locker in cockpit
-One marine 12 VDC lead acid starting battery in same compartment
-Battery Combiner for charging
-All batteries new in 2015

Alarms and Gauges:
-Yanmar engine start/stop gauge panel with low oil and high temperature alarms
-Bilge pump indicator lights for both automatic bilge pumps

Other Electrical Equipment:
-Master AC/DC ship/shore distribution panel with individual breakers located at Navigation Station
-125 VAC shore power receptacle with shore power cord
-12 VDC master battery switch located starboard quarterberth compartment
-Freedom 2000 inverter/charger in port lazarette locker
-Xantrex Link 1000 monitor/controller located aft bulkhead in the galley

Anchoring/Ground Tackle:
-45 lb CQR with 200' 3/8" chain rode mounted on forward , starboard anchor roller
-Fortress #21 with 30' 7/16" chain and 300' 5/8" nylon rode on forward, port anchor roller
-Fortress #16 with 100' with 10' chain and 100' nylon rode on bracket mounted to aft cockpit rail
-Lofrans Tigres stainless steel windlass, with remote and rode counter, mounted forward

A brief history, as I understand it. AT EASE has had three owners. The first sailed the West Coast. The second was a family of four who sailed from California through the Panama Canal and up the East Coast, ending up in Houston, TX where I purchased the boat in 1995. Rechristened AT EASE, we sailed the boat from 1995-2000 on Lake DeGray in Arkansas. At my retirement in 2000, we trucked her to Biloxi, MS where we had a yard period while she was outfitted for off shore cruising. Departing that year, my wife and I cruised the East Coast, the Bahamas, the East Coast again (as far north as Newport, RI), and then back into the Gulf. During hurricane season in 2003 we went inland some 1000 miles on the Tombigbee system to the Ohio River, returning to our new home port of Ocean Springs, MS. In late 2003 we departed for an extended cruise into the Bahamas, thence to the Windward and Leeward Islands down to Trinidad and Tobago, returning in the spring of 2005. During these voyages we covered some 10,000 miles. Our sailing since has been relatively local to the MS/AL/West FL coastal areas.

AT EASE has had several major upgrades. When we departed in 2000, we added components to enhance our ability to cruise independently. This included a Monitor self steering vane (since removed), a hard dodger and new canvas, a KISS wind generator and solar panels. In 2003 AT EASE had a lightening strike that resulted in most of the sophisticated electronics being replaced with new units. The marine transmission was rebuilt in late 2003 or early 2004 at Robovitch Spencer in West Palm Beach, FL. We had the diesel rebuilt in 2004 in St Maartens. In Trinidad, in 2004, I also upgraded our watermaker to an Eco-Tec 6 GPH system that really made us largely independent in a cruising routine that probably didn't involve more than 30 days in marinas over our some 10,000 NM of travel. In 2005, during Hurricane Katrina, AT EASE experienced cosmetic damage (gouges and abrasion to fiberglass and teak), bent SS railing, etc. That led to new teak work on cap and rubrails and fiberglass repair. AT that time, the hull and cabin were repainted. We have since had a full cockpit enclosure added. This enclosure allows full functionality while sailing or motoring and, with the Force Ten heater in the main salon, makes AT EASE a true year round boat.

The last yard period (2015) included bottom paint, servicing/cycling of thru hulls, new zincs.

AT EASE is not only a safe, blue water cruiser, she is a very comfortable boat, with a spacious interior for a 36' boat. She is well laid out for single handed sailing and a pleasant home for a couple. There is extraordinary storage capacity, most ventilated and all dry. There is ample storage for up to six months of food and spares. The large refrigerator manages cold storage and, next to or in the cold box, freezer capability. Upright ice trays encourage those cool sundowner drinks. The galley is well laid out for meal preparation at anchorage or underway. The galley sinks are generally midship and not adversely effected by a heeled boat under sail. The Pullman berth is comfortable, even underway, and spacious. The two salon settees and the aft (starboard) cabin provide additional sleeping accommodations for up to four. AT EASE is well ventilated with four low voltage electric fans, two cabin top hatches and three Dorades. With the addition of custom Sunbrella hatch wind scoops, we rarely felt too warm even deep into the tropics.

I do have a detailed maintenance log that is available for review.

Hope this helps.



Other Equipment:
-Winslow 5 person Off Shore Life Raft
-Large, Furling Drifter Headsail
-Series Drogue with Bridle
-Sea Anchor
-1000' (plus) of " Three-Strand Nylon Line
-150' Three-Strand Nylon Rode
-CruiseAir 5000 BTU Cabin Mount AC
-Raymarine ST 6001+ Course Computer (Spare)
-Raymarine ST 6001+ Control Head ( Spare, needs repair)
-Actisense NMEA NDC 4 USB Controller (New)

-Yanmar Starter for 4JHE Engine (New)
-KISS Wind Generator spare blades (3)
-3 Flojet fresh water pumps, used but carried as a spares
-Par Max 4 fresh water pump, used but carried as a spare
-Jabsco belt driven fresh water pump, used and carried as a spare shower sump pump
-Unused Pur (now Katadyn) Survivor 6 hand powered water maker
-Spare MaxCharge voltage Regulator with harness
-2 Golden Rod AC dehumidifier rods
-Hatch boards (to replace main salon doors in heavy weather)
-Cable cutters
-Crimping tool for Stalocks
-Yanmar Engine temp sensor
-Mast Mate nylon loop ladder for climbing mast
-5 small and 2 R26S Racor fuel filters
-2 spare (new) fan belts
-2 Spare oil filters
-Fiberglass repair kit
-Pop rivet tool
-Canvas grommet and fastener set and tool
-Sail repair kit and hand stitching kit
-Spare LPG regulator
-2 new windless deck foot switches
-Spare (used) West Marine battery isolator
-Spare (used) thermostat for refrigerator
-Gasket set and filters for Echo Tech water maker
-New Lazy Jacks (never installed)
-Gasket set and filters for Echo Tech water maker
-Various spare parts for ICOM SSB radio, Marine Head, Broadwater galley stove
-Xantrex Freedom 20 Inverter/charger (spare, used, needs service but could be spare parts)
-700 watt power inverter (new)
-12' spare radar cable and display connector
-Follow Me TV Antennae Base (Automatically Tracks/locks Satellite Signals)
-Plus I have a scuba tank (70cc) and a 30' Hooka with regulator (Pretty handy for bottom cleaning)

Information On Condition

AT EASE has had several major upgrades. When we departed in 2000, we added components to enhance our ability to cruise independently. This included a Monitor self-steering vane (since removed), a hard dodger and new canvas, a KISS wind generator and solar panels. In 2003 AT EASE had a lightning strike that resulted in most of the sophisticated electronics being replaced with new units. The marine transmission was rebuilt in late 2003 or early 2004 at Robovitch Spencer in West Palm Beach, FL. We had the diesel rebuilt in 2004 in St Maartens. In Trinidad, in 2004, I also upgraded our watermaker to an Eco-Tec 6 GPH system that really made us largely independent in a cruising routine that probably didn't involve more than 30 days in marinas over our some 10,000 NM of travel. In 2005, during Hurricane Katrina, AT EASE experienced cosmetic damage (gouges and abrasion to fiberglass and teak), bent SS railing, etc. That led to new teak work on cap and rubrails and fiberglass repair. AT that time, the hull and cabin were repainted. We have since had a full cockpit enclosure added. This enclosure allows full functionality while sailing or motoring and, with the Force Ten heater in the main salon, makes AT EASE a true year round boat.

The last yard period (2015) included bottom paint, servicing/cycling of thru hulls, new zincs.

AT EASE is not only a safe, blue water cruiser, she is a very comfortable boat, with a spacious interior for a 36' boat. She is well laid out for single handed sailing and a pleasant home for a couple. There is extraordinary storage capacity, most ventilated and all dry. There is ample storage for up to six months of food and spares. The large refrigerator manages cold storage and, next to or in the cold box, freezer capability. Upright ice trays encourage those cool sundowner drinks. The galley is well laid out for meal preparation at anchorage or underway. The galley sinks are generally midship and not adversely effected by a heeled boat under sail. The Pullman berth is comfortable, even underway, and spacious. The two salon settees and the aft (starboard) cabin provide additional sleeping accommodations for up to four. AT EASE is well ventilated with four low voltage electric fans, two cabin top hatches and three Dorades. With the addition of custom Sunbrella hatch wind scoops, we rarely felt too warm even deep into the tropics.

We do have a detailed maintenance log that is available for review.

Approximate boat location: Ocean Springs, Mississippi

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Basic Details
Year:
1986
Type:
Sail
Brand:
Lord Nelson
Category:
Sloop/Sloop Sailboat
Model:
35 Cutter
Length (LOA):
35' 10"
Hours:
1,800
(since rebuild in 2004, meter shows 6800 hours)
Stock #:
102451
Location:
Ocean Springs, Mississippi
Engine & MechanicalMech.
Count:
1
Year:
1986
Brand:
Yanmar
Model:
4JHE
Hours:
1,800
(since rebuild in 2004, meter shows 6800 hours)
Size:
44 hp
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Fuel Tank:
80 gals
Propeller:
Bronze
Config.:
Inboard
Bilge Pump:
Bottom Paint:
Bow Pulpit:
Dripless Shaft Seal:
Engine Alarms:
Fuel Filters:
Hand Rails:
Holding Tanks:
Keel:
Stuffing Boxes:
Water Maker:
Water Pump:
Windlass:
GPS:
Garmin GPS Map 721
Cooling System:
Fresh Water
Fuel Tank:
80 Gallon Stainless
Kicker Motor:
15 Yamaha
Dimensions & Specifications & Specs
Length Overall:
35' 10"
Beam:
11' 9"
Min. Draft:
63"
Weight:
20,000 lbs
Water Capacity:
120 gals
Waste Capacity:
40 gals
NavigationalNav. Equipment
Anchor Light:
Compass:
Depth Instrument:
Fuel Gauge:
MARINE RADIO:
Navigation Lights:
Speed Instrument:
Raymarine
Autopilot:
Raymarine
Wind Instrument:
Raymarine
VHF:
Icom
Deck Features
Rod Storage:
Rub Rails:
Self Bailing Cockpit:
Transom Seating:
Winches:
Anchor:
Anchor Locker:
Bimini Top:
Boarding Ladder:
Bow Rail:
Cockpit Drainage System:
Cockpit Seating:
Cushions:
Dock Lines:
Fenders:
FULL CUSTOM ENCLOSURE:
Hard Top:
Non-skid Deck:
Teak
Deck:
Teak
BBQ Grill:
Stainless
Safety EquipmentEquip.
Fume Detector:
Grab Rail:
Grab Rails:
Sea Anchor:
ElectricalElec. Components
Tachometer:
Television Antena:
Transducer:
110v AC Outlets:
12 V DC Outlets:
AC Electric Panel:
Accessory Switches:
Alternator:
Batteries:
Battery Charger:
Battery Perko Switch:
Cockpit Lighting:
Fuel Gauge:
Horn:
Hour Meter:
Night Lighting:
Shore Power:
Shore Power Cord:
Solar Panel:
Stereo:
Sony
Accommodations & Passengers
# Cabins:
2
Sleep. Capacity:
6
Generator:
No
Air Conditioning:
No
Bimini Top:
Cabin Door:
Cabin Fan:
Cabin Lighting:
Cabinets:
Dinette:
Enclosed Head With Toilet:
Heat:
Hot Water System:
Ice Box:
Port Holes:
Pressurized Water System:
Shower:
Sink:
Stove / Oven:
Watermaker:
Propane Tanks:
3
Sofa:
2
Berth:
2
ConstructionConst. Features
Designer:
Lord Nelson
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Exterior Color:
White/blue
Interior Color:
Natural
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