|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
|Tax Information:||T2L forms issued by HMRC and the Croatian Authorities confirm full payment of EU taxes.|
Marina Betina, Island of Murter Sibenik-Knin Croatia|
Nicky Tam is an lovely example of the classic Camper and Nicholson 39 ketch. She was built in 1978 and has build no. 51. The Nicholson 39 is a fine bluewater, “go anywhere” cruiser and Nicky Tam is ready to go.
T2L forms issued by the British HMRC and the Croatian authorities both confirm that the yacht is fully taxed paid in the European Union and allowed free movement within the EU.
I purchased Nicky Tam in November 2002 and she has been continually upgraded since then.
Some of the major upgrades are:
The original engine was replaced with an Yanmar 4JH engine (55.3 HP, 39.7kW) in 2012. It as been serviced annually by the Yanmar engineer.
The standing rigging was replaced in 2009. The running rigging has been replaced as necessary and all is in good condition. Standing rigging has been checked and adjusted, where necessary, regularly by the riggers.
New genoa roller reefing fitted in 2015, new lazy jacks and lazy bag for block reefing main in 2016.
New cruising spinnacker purchased from Rolly Tasker in 2017/18.
New B&G plotter and AIS transceiver in 2018
Initially she was based in Genua, Italy and in 2006, we sailed to Croatia, where we are now based. We cruised extensively for 3 to 4 months every year in the Adriatic from Montenegro to Venice. She is presently in Marina Betina, Croatia, where I have kept her since 2009, an annual berth is available for her.
I am selling Nicky Tam fully equipped – including bed linen, bathroom linen, kitchenware, crockery, tools and spare parts. She was anti-fouled in the spring of 2019 and will be ready to sail away.
|Vessel type:||Centre Cockpit Ketch|
|Builder:||Camper and Nicholson|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Yanmar 4JH5|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||11.85m|
|Length at waterline:||9.20m|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||3/4 Keel|
|Displacement:||10 metric tons|
|Fuel capacity:||250 Litres|
|Water capacity:||450 Litres|
All lights in the cabins, galley and heads are LED to reduce power consumption.
Two ”V” berths with removable fill-in
Storage bins under the mattresses
Hanging locker and masses of storage space
Washbasin with combined tap/shower head. Washbasin and shower drain to small tank in engine room and pumped overboard.
Central table with bench seats either side, both can be converted to berths.
Storage bins under the seats.
Book shelves and cupboards.
FM stereo radio/CD player with stereo loudspeakers in cabin only.
Port side: Chart table with adequate chart storage under table top. Admiralty charts for Adriatic.
Book shelf above chart table, with Adriatic pilots and various handbooks.
Galley and passageway to rear cabin. (Starboard side)
Two burner Nelson marine cooker. Two gas bottles (2018),
Sink with (pressurised) hot and cold water and manual cold water pump.
110 litre Fridge
Hanging locker and door to engine room opposite galley.
Washbasin with combined tap/shower head. Shower and washbasin drain to small tank in engine room.
One single and one (narrow) double bed. New mattresses with memory foam (2017)
Hanging locker and masses of storage space
Storage bins under beds and seat.
Very solid fibre glass construction as would be expected from Camper and Nicholson.
3/4 length keel with totally encapsulated 3'500 kg lead ballast. Skeg hung rudder.
Aluminium Spade anchor with 50m of chain
Electric Simpson Lawrence Horizon windlass: recently stripped, cleaned and greased, electric motor replaced.
CQR kedge anchor with nylon octoplait rode.
240V AC /12 V DC system
Two 110 Ah AGM service batteries (2012)
One 110 Ah wet acid engine starter battery (2017)
Sterling Power Pro-Alt C alternator to battery smart charger
Sterling Power 240V mains battery smart charger
Shore power cable
Two solar panels with controller
240V sockets in main and rear cabin, 12 V sockets in main cabin and at chart table.
Zodiac 2.6 m dinghy with air floor and inflatable keel - in very good condition
2.3HP honda 4-stroke outboard
Instrumentation and Navigation Equipment
Instruments in Cockpit:
Plastimo Olympus 135 compass (2017)
Stowe depth sounder (Navsounder) with two transducers either side of keel, with automatic switch from Stowe. Repeater instrument above chart table
Stowe wind indicator with new (2015) masthead unit (no lubrication needed)
Stowe close haul indicator
(All Stowe instruments were checked and refurbished by Stowe in 2013.)
B & G Vulcan 9 plotter (2018) with Navionics chart of Mediterranean and Black Sea (updated to summer 2018). Plotter connected to NMEA 2000 backbone
Remote microphone for ICOM 601VHF transmitter.
Instruments at chart table
Target Navtex Pro Plus
Digital Yacht AIS transponder (2018) connected to NMEA 2000 backbone
Digital Yacht Antenna splitter
ICOM M-601 DSC-VHF radio transmitter with ICOM remote control microphone in cockpit
Handheld ICOM VHF radio
LOWE HF 150 communications receiver (Receives SSB transmissions, such as weatherfax)
New Yanmar 4JH5 engine fitted in 2012 and serviced annually by Yanmar engineer.
Mainsail, genoa and mizzen: all by Rolly Tasker. All sails in good condition, they have been professionally valetted annually.
Cruising spinnacker: Rolly Tasker 2018 – hardly used
Genoa rolling reef gear: Facnor – new 2015
Lazyjacks and lazy bag for block reefing mainsail: New 2016. In harbour, sun awnings can be zipped into either side of the lazy bag to keep the cockpit area cool.
Ocean Signal RescueME EPIRB with GPS (2018)
4-Man liferaft in hard case (needs servicing)