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Nimbus 370 Trawler (1995)

Sat behind the owners house December 2019

Type Fast twin screw semi-displacement with shallow half length Keel, twin rudders and twin helm positions. designed by "Rolf Eliasson Design" In Sweden Dimensions 11.20 LOA (Hull, 9.93m ) Beam 3.59m Draught 1.10m Displacement approx 6800Kg Dry
Built By Nimbus Boats in Sweden using GRP hull and superstructure with white gelcoats, Cherry based interior woodwork detail. Epoxy coating to hull back in 2012. the hull was peeled and filled and coated by Broom Boats in Norfolk. Engines Volvo Panta TAMD41P 200 hp turbo aftercooled six cylinder Diesels driving down through reverse angle gearboxes and straight shafts through Bronze "P" Brackets to four bladed equapoise style propellers, port engine shows around 990 Hours, starboard approx 1100.
Tanks Stainless steel single fuel tank midshps capacity 755lts ( 166 Gallons) water in stainless tank of 430 Lts waste holding tank approx 70Lts Berths Twin large Vee berths forward with possible in fill to huge double, then a double cabin to port and a double conversion to the dinette area aft in the saloon.

Interior

 

RECENT PHOTOS FIRST, TAKEN 14th January 2020,

ASHORE Hythe Marina

Bow prop

Bruce anchour underslung Bow platform, note bow roller ahead to hang on a swinging mooring etc

medium Vee hull form with retutrne spray rails and deep chine

Topsides in generally good state of shine !

stern gear detail , starboard side,

Aft end, Note The twin Underwater exhaust pods, these reduce noise and smoke dramatically. also note the large Trim tabs.

Note Shallow Keel which is roughly half length, this adds an amount of directional stability at slow speed.

starboard side looking aft, stainless shaft with Anode ( note clip behind anode to stop it sliding down shaft), then through Bronze "P" bracket

Note rope cutter ( Harold Hayles type, ) ahead of four bladed Bronze "Equapoise" style propeller,

You can see the Exhaust pod "Fishtail shape" aft of the Rudder.

 

BOAT RELAUNCH 16th Jan 2020 NOW back on her berth, having engines serviced

 

NOW shots from December 2019 when still afloat at her home berth Hythe Marina

 

neat new all over flybridge cover adds on to the cockpit framed tent cover.

front view

nice view showing rail on outer edges of boat, also the decent screen wipers

walk through Pulpit allows access over the nose,

nice overhang to screen reduces sun glare, note return screen on flybridge to knock wind over head when under way

Lovely "ERTECH" toughened glass screen

Side access doors each side of the boat with a side ladder that can be placed either side.

Aft cockpit canopy, great addition,

Dinghy sat on snap davits with stand off arms, note also Outboard motor on auxillary bracket

aft access, note freshwater shower left of gate, lockers in the aft platform for kit you dont mind getting wet !

Nice view of Dinghy

port aft quarter

Recent Digital Radar on a stainless Hoop.

looking aft from flybridge down steps to cockpit,

across to port side seating, There is a full set of cushions for up here

deck area forward on the flybridge with sliding door and short steps to lower helm,

looking forward over return screen

helm set to starboard, bow thruster joy stick ahead of U/S autopilot head. ( the autopilot does work from lower unit)

trim tabs, Remote on anchor windlass, speed depth etc

aft covered cockpit area, with teak in super order, these hatches lift to access the engines, shore power point aftwith manual bilge pump point below

This aft canopy makes this a very useful space when cruising,

UPGRADED gas installation far better than Nimbus standard fit,

note smart Flag staff socket on block with pull pin, nice detail

Neat stowage port seat lcoker

neat and tidy everywhere in fact, port engine, note these engines are "reversed" so the front of the engine, belts pulleys water pump etc is left of shot, at the aft end , the gearbox on the right of shot has a reverse angle , so the shaft exits under the engine,

This makes working on these engines a joy in most circumstances, and also means the engines are not under the saloon floor,

you can just see the hot water calorifier outside the engine

looking forward on port side,

looking forward at starboard engine

aft starboard corner of boat, trim tab hydraulic motor in shot, and piping below for Autopilot pump

fuel priamary filters are midships forward, hatch above can be removed from inside the aft saloon steps, to help access

raw water strainers aft

hatches closed again and aft cabin access sliding doors,

Great galley set to starboard, laminate "Teak and Holly" floor

under sink access to MRC box, and pressure accumulator

dinette set to port, re upholstered few years back but still looks smart, this will drop to a double berth, lots of cave lokers behind and under

Colourful character... Not sure the woenrs will be leaving this rather smart Print.

The warm Cherry woodwork is still full of colour.

Looking aft, those steps can be removed to get in engine space

Neat built in wine rack

Stainless fuel tank under floor,

Battery switches and bow thruster breaker under aft dinette seating

step removed and more can be removed..

Looking forward nice all the grabs built into the timberwork

Domestic breaker panel set to starboard

main helm, with opening side door alongside, recent upholsetry still very smart.

 

opening aft window , give a little glimpse aft under way, VHF hand set can be reached from either station,

Co-pilot seat to port , easy for two, three at a push, big locker under, opening hatch over, and side door,

with decent chart area, and stowage below, Good rails, again and odments cubbyhole

recent Digiatl Quatum Raymarine Radar with Hybrid touch E 125 screen ( PLotter and AIS) and recent DSC VHF,

Decent Cd Stereo,

forward lobby, heads/shower right of shot, port cabin left door, and double fore cabin straight ahead

shower space forward in heads compartment with functional seat

Manual heads,

aft behind door, sink unit with high level lockable locker,

port side cabin with hanging space and dressing seat

Lots of space to stow cushions in here during winter,

there is sitting headroom in bed with good length down the bed, ( across the ship)

looking down the bed, across the ship, the aft and flybridge cushion sets can be left in place usually as they

have good covers on this boat.

fore cabin, two great big single berths with option of infill, which makes a huge berth,

aft starboard side,

 

 

and port side, with hanging locker etc,

Neat typical well organised spares stowage by this owner, under the floor step,

 

Electronics

2 x 12v Start Batteries  4 x 12v Service batteries, Weaco Perfect Smart charger, supply sockets 240v AND 12v in galley, wheelhouse and forward cabin,

Recent Raymarine E125 Hybrid touch MFD Chartpoltter with navionics Europe west SD Card included, Raymarine Quantum Digital Radar,

Raymarine AIS 650 AIS/B , Status Antenna and Amplifier (socket in galley) Simrad RS 8300 VHF radio, recent Cobra F80EU VHF/DSC/ATIS radio (disabled ATIS in uk waters) Autohelm St50 + Log and echosounder (linked to chart plotter) Simrad / Robertson AP21 Autopilot, (upper head U/S but all work below)

 

Extras Bow thrster,  Teak fly bridge, auxillary bracket, Diesel fired central heating, microwave oven, extra covers ( recent) inflatable Zodiac tender with snap davit set fitted ( approx 2008) in good order, 12v inflation pump, Yamaha 2.5HP outboard motor (service 08/19 ) Seago 4 man liferaft / Valise last servcie 2015, ensign staff, 8 blue fenders in baskets, mooring lines, Shorepower cable, Two propane gas bottles, aft deck canopy, aft deck window blinds, after deck tonneau cover, aft cockpit cushion set ( recent) Full recent bridge cover, door covers, 2 x Life belts, Windscreen cover, Winch cover, forward berth infill with cushion, saloon infill cushion, additional carpets, Various Spares Shaft rope cutter fitted.
History

Sold by James Dickens To current owners ( and indeed Previous owners) So well known to us, The boat has a clean peel and epoxy job done by Broom boats back

in 2011, new calorifier 2014, new batteries 2013, recent curtains, and garpets, with recent interior and exterior upholsteries .

Broker's Comments Nice example of the type, owned by a GOOD owner, who sorts things as they turn up, ( new seacock Jan 2020 Handle loose! Typical)

Afloat Hythe Marina £89,000

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