Camper and Nicholson Gaff Cutter

Camper and Nicholson Gaff Cutter, Sail Yacht

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Camper and Nicholson Gaff Cutter

Cotre

1904

34.10m (111'9")

5.44m (17'8")

3.80m (12'5")

Teak/Oak Frames

1 x 265hp Perkins Sabre

6 berths in 3 cabins

Spain

4.950.000 € TVA payée

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Merrymaid, 112ft gaff cutter, teak on oak frames, built by Camper and Nicholson in Gosport to the master design of Charles E Nicholson (Shamrock IV, Creole, Velsheda, Endeavour). She was launched in 1904 and successfully raced against the big names, winning the Kings Cup, among others. Preserved in Norway during first world war, her lead keel being removed during the second. Used and cherished as a houseboat in Essex for 50 years, she finally underwent two giant refits during the space of five years in both France and in the UK that brought her back to as new condition in 2008 for her current owner. All this to fulfil his dream to achieve the adventure of a circumnavigation on a yacht that represents the epitome of a bygone era. Elegance, beauty, charm, atmosphere, luxury, and comfort. Merrymaid will make you feel sensations impossible to reach with a modern yacht. A unique privilege to enjoy custody of this wonderful maritime heritage and pass it on to the next generations

MOTEURS:
1 x 265hp Perkins Sabre M265TI

VITESSE:
10 knots aprox.

CAPACITES:
Carburant:    1400 Litres
Eau:   800 Litres
Eaux Usees: 250l

EQUIPEMENTS MECANIQUES:
Onan Generator 17.5kVA - 80 amps max (consumption 3.4L/h at 40 amps for 5h per day)  
Engine driven alternator 150 amp  
3-blade fixed propeller RPM:knots 1400:8.5, 1800:10, Sails 12 knots  
Gear Box PRM 1000 connected via Carden shafts to a  
Aqua Drive-CVB-32-30 thrust bearing  
Deep Sea seal on the inboard end of the stern tube  
230v 50Hz AC / 24v DC  
12# Dryfit A600 2v Gel cells with 1500ah/20 hr  
Engine/Services separated and with parallel switch  
24v separate DC bank for the NAV & COM with parallel switch  
Mastervolt inverter 2.5kVA  
Galvanic isolator  
3# Mastervolt 100 amp battery chargers  
Diesel 1400 litres (Bladders giving an extra 1000 litres) - Range 1120NM at 1400RPM, 1920NM with Bladders  
Hamann chlorine waste system with 1 x 250 litre holding tank  
2 x Sea Fresh water makers  
AC unit 200 litres per hour  
PTO Hydraulic 200 litres per hour  
2 x C-Warm CWB78-VTC at 78 litres each with twin coils and double Heater elements  
Duplex Racor Filter to engine  
Simplex Racor filter to generator  
Flexible armoured hose used for all pipe work.  
Manually operated fuel cut offs to feeds and returns  
220v bilge and main fire 1 ½” pump  
24v Auxiliary fire 1 ¼” pump with deck outlets fore & aft  
Manual deck mounted bilge pump  
2 x automatic ‘Rule 2000’ in main bilge space with alarms  
PTO clutch pump running off the engine  
Crash pump 3” petrol driven

AMÉNAGEMENT:
Berths: 6
Cabins: 3
Head: 3
Crew Berths: 6
Crew Cabins: 3
 
Master cabin aft with double bed, sofa, skylight and ensuite bathroom.  
Port and starboard guest cabins each with bunks en-suite bathroom.  
Captain cabin with one bunk plus hammock space  
Crew cabin with two bunks  
Third crew cabin in bow  

CHAUFFAGE:
Mikuni Diesel

CARRE:
Fridge - Frigoboat  
Custom made Deep freezers x 2  
Oven  
Stove with 3 hobs  
Microwave Bosch  
Icemaker Isotherm  
Washing/Dryer Miele WT2780

NAVIGATION:
Furuno NavNet 3D System, SAT C, Radar with ARPA,  
Chart Plotter  
AIS unit, Fleet 33 BGAN, Iridium remote distress alarm  
B&G H3000 wind instruments with XDR fins  
B&G H3000 Auto-Pilot  
Interphase forward looking sonar  
Furuno Navtex, Furuno GPS back up unit  
2 x VHF DSC fixed units with independent aerials  
MacMurdo 406GHz EPIRB with GPS, 2 x S.A.R.T.  
2 x Iridium Motorola 9505A  
Max Sea Weather Routing Software  
Full catalogue of world charts, paper and electronic

PONT:
Thomas Reid hydraulic windlass with double gypsy  
Bronze Fisherman Anchor 140kg  
CQR Anchor 108kg  
14mm stud link chain 140m and 60m  
Carbon fibre passerelle  
Starboard side boarding ladder

VOILES:
Martins Rigging
Collars
Lower Mast 22.40m/73’.49” Columbian Pine
Top Mast 12.40m/40’.68” Columbian Pine
Boom 19.00m/62’.34” Columbian Pine
Mainsail gaff 11.00m/36’.10” Sitka Spruce
Bowsprit 8.00m/26’.25” Columbian Pine
Spreaders Ash
Meissner Winches
4 x CMB 36 power, 3 x CMBH manual, 2 x 28-STB-47 self tailing

Contender Dacron Sails
Total 953m2 Working 483m2 (7’911sf)

Main 220.5m2
Spinnaker (MPS) 252.8m2
Trysail 72.5m2

Staysail 57.3m2
Staysail Strom 30.0m2

Jib Yankee 87.1m2
Jib Working 48.1m2

Jib Top Large 61.9m2
Jib Top Small 27.9m2

Top Sail Large 55.8m2
Top Sail Working 39.5m2

SECURITE:
Two 2” fire hydrants in the covering boards forward and aft  
FE-227 manually operated extinguisher in the engine space  
Machinery space intake/exhaust ventilation with manual/automatic shut down  
Exhaust ventilation with automatic shutdown  
Heat and smoke detectors in machinery space, lazarette and galley  
Gas alarms below galley, saloon, galley bilge and aft bilge  
2 kg Co2 extinguisher in galley/crew area  
8 handheld extinguishers located throughout vessel  
3 x Zodiac 8 man Liferaft with A Pack  
MedLink WorldWide Service and MedLink MCA class A Kits  
Ship’s Medicine Chest w/ Rx 3.0  
First Responder Kit w/ Rx 3.0 x 2  
Philips FRX Defibrillator  
12 x ‘Kru’, self-inflating life jackets with harnesses  
12 x M.O.B locator beacons (Mobilalarm V100) with EPIRB and onboard alarm

CANOTS / JOUETS:
Zodiac Pro 7 Man, 4.30m, Evinrude E tech 50hp  
Classic Sailing Dinghy, built by Butler and Co.  
Quicksilver Inflatable dinghy, 3.40 m, 4 hp Mercury outboard  
2 x Scuba Sets with Bauer Junior II Compressor and accessories

COMMENTAIRE DU COURTIER:
Merrymaid, 112ft gaff cutter, teak on oak frames, built by Camper and Nicholson in Gosport to the master design of Charles E Nicholson (Shamrock IV, Creole, Velsheda, Endeavour). She was launched in 1904 and successfully raced against the big names, winning the Kings Cup, among others. Preserved in Norway during first world war, her lead keel being removed during the second. Used and cherished as a houseboat in Essex for 50 years, she finally underwent two giant refits during the space of five years in both France and in the UK that brought her back to as new condition in 2008 for her current owner. All this to fulfil his dream to achieve the adventure of a circumnavigation on a yacht that represents the epitome of a bygone era.  
Elegance, beauty, charm, atmosphere, luxury, and comfort.  
Merrymaid will make you feel sensations impossible to reach with a modern yacht.  
A unique privilege to enjoy custody of this wonderful maritime heritage and pass it on to the next generations  
 

EMPLACEMENT:
Spain