|The Lord Nelson 41 is a beautiful classic double ender, built to last and maintained by her owners as if their life depended on her. Only 52 of these carefully crafted yachts were designed and built in Taiwan; the Lord Nelson has many features which make her an outstanding blue water cruiser, and sails well on all points. She was built to cross oceans in comfort and safety, and to provide an elegant home base at anchor. She is fully teak lined, insulated and well ventilated.. A true blue water cruiser, she is ready to go again at a moment's notice.
Recently hauled and newly barrier coated and antifouled, she has just returned to Australia and must be sold
||Shadow of Lorelei|
||41' - 12.49m|
|Keel / Ballast
||Cutaway full keel, 11,000lbs moulded cast iron ballast encased in fibreglass|
||Brundaberg until end December, then Manly, Brisbane|
||Loren Hart, Admiralty Design Group|
||Ocean Eagle, Taiwan|
||Teak decking attached to stringers to eliminate leaks|
||Yanmar 554JHE, 55 HP Diesel. Checked out by Yanmar in Kobe, Japan, given a clean bill of health for at least another 3,000 hours.|
||Good access to engine from front, top and rear. Engine located under removable companionway stairs|
||Space for genset behind main engine|
||Diesel, 2 x 209 litre steel tanks, with removable inspection plates.|
||750 litres in 3 stainless steel tanks with clear, removable inspection plates|
||Avon rollup Inflatable floor|
||Wavestopper hard dodger, full zipped Sunbrella/Stamoid lined cockpit enclosure, full Sunbrella awnings, dinghy and jerry can covers|
||Hot & cold pressurised in forward head|
||Lavac Henderson pump manual, 12volt macerator pump|
||6'4" headroom. U-dinette & settee in salon. Fwd cabin queen size bed, aft double cabin with vanity and mirror. Single pilot berth cabin adjacent to entrance. Solid teak/holly flooring in good condition|
||3 burner Stainless steel LPG stove with oven & grill. Hot & cold pressurised water, to double stainless sink on centreline of boat,|
||Top opening, Glacier Bay Mark II, water cooled compressor and engine driven 12 volt. Can be converted to fridge/freezer or fridge and ice box.|
||Muir 12 volt Cheetah, with chain & rope gypsy. 65lb CQR, 45lb CQR on double bow rollers with 300ft galvanised chain and 50ft chain with 250ft nylon anchor rope. Fortress anchor aft. Over 1000 ft rope extra.|
||MOB Lifesling, 6 x lifejackets, ACR 406 EPIRB, Winslow 8 man liferaft in cradle on deck
Fire extinguishers (6), fire blanket, flares, etc.
||240/110 volt incoming to step down transformer and Linc 10 Heart Interface Battery Charger/Inverter. Spare inverter & battery charger installed. Wired for 240v/110v inside boat.
Balmar 90-10 alternator with Balmar Max charge regulator. 2 x Kyocera 80watt solar panels on dodger. Professionally installed and maintained instrument panel at nav. Station, 12V and 100v master breakers. All ceiling wiring in conduits for protection.
|TMQ Autopilot on quadrant (new Dec 2014). Raymarine 1000 tillerpilot backup autopilot. Monitor windvane steering. Seiwa chart plotter with chip for Asia; SSB Icom Radio with Pactor modem, VHF with mast mounted antenna, Raymarine SL72 radar, Datamarine wind/depth/speed instruments cockpit mounted.|
||Fully battened main, with Doyle stackpack. Profurl furler on Genoa and Staysail, sails by Hass Port Townsend. Good condition. Storm trisail, separate track on mast. 134 sq mtr asymetrical spinnaker, new condition, with sock and snuffer.|
|Mast / Rigging
||60-61 gauge heavy wall aluminium deck stepped mast & boom. 8 & 10mm 1 19 stainless steel rigging Stalock fittings. Rigging professionally checked 2010. All winches are 2 speed, self tailing|
||3 x oversized deck mounted Bomar hatches, 4 oversized stainless steel dorade vents. Heavy walled 36" high stanchions side scupper mounted to avoid through deck leaks. Samson posts bonded to deck and hull. Groco salt water wash down at bow.|
||Shadow of Lorelei is an Australian Registered Ship, Just returned from Borneo via Philippines, PNG and Solomon Islands she is a proven blue water cruiser.
She needs to be sold as I no longer have a cruising partner to help sail her. She is ready to cruise.
Further information and photos, as well as a history of her owners and construction, can be found at sailblogs. Com/member/shadowoflorelei.