|Traditional looks combined with modern features draw frequent compliments for the Niagara 35, which was designed by Mark Ellis and built by Hinterholler Yachts in St. Catherines, Ontario.
(quote from http://www. Cruisingworld. Com/sailboats/niagara-35-sweetwater-sw eetheart )
Vida Nova is well fitted out designed for short-handed passagemaking and is packed with all the good gear.
It is probably one of the best equipped boats I have listed for a while.
Features include large well protected cockpit, good layout below, generous sea berths with galley and head well-positioned.
Cutter rigged with adjustable running back stays, Vida Nova presents with self tailing Harken winches in the cockpit, self steering and autopilot with spare, HF radio, Ham radio, VHFs, watermaker, Radar, GPS plotter and electric anchor winch.
Ideal size for shorthanded crew and easily manage with a good turn of speed.
At Tin Can Bay Marina and available for inspection, appointments appreciated.
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||35' 10" - 10.92m|
||6800 kg dry|
|Keel / Ballast
||Large Fin Keel and semi-balanced rudder. 2450 kg lead keel|
||Tin Can Bay Marina, Tin Can Bay QLD|
||Hinterholler yachts Ontario|
||4 cylinder 30 hp shaft drive diesel|
||~2 litres per hour at 6 knots|
||1 kva gen set petrol 110v an 12v|
||2 x 100 litre tanks port and starboard interconnected|
||300 litres in 2 separate port and starboard tanks|
||4 year old Zodiac Zoom stowable with plywood floor|
||Yahama 3 HP 2 stroke outboard|
||Dodger with covers over perspex, sailing awning over cockpit. And large full boat cover|
||V berth Forward, large quarterberth to port and smaller quarterberth to starboard ( Near nav table)
2 mid ship sea berth with webbing
||Lavac and holding tank|
||Radio and cd player|
||2 burner Princess Stove with oven (current gas certificate)
double stainless steel sinks
||12 v Nova Cool 100 litre fridge/ freezer|
||12v watermaker The Little Wonder from Village Marine|
||Lo Frans electric windlass, Rocka 20 kg anchor, 90 m x 10 mm HiTest Gal chain, Bruce 20 kg with 30 m HiTest gal chain Aluminium Danforth with 60 m Multistrand rode, Mooring lines|
||3 inflatable life jackets and harnesses
Jacklines on deck
||2 electric and one manual|
||2 fire extinguishers|
||2 x 110 watt solar panels
Solar Booster regulator
110 v inverter,
Smart Charger 110v to 240 v
420 amp hour AGM house batteries
Link 200 battery monitor
|Icom 802 HR radio with Pactor 111 modem
Simrad AIS Reflector and transmitter with separate antenna
Standard Horizon VHF
Icom mobile VHF
Standard Horizon GPS Plotter
Raymarine 24 m radar
2 tiller pilots and remote
||Fully battened main in good condition
120 % genoa on headsail furler
Storm jib and trisail
|Mast / Rigging
||Staylock S/S rigging 2009,
Running back stays adjustable
||Self tailing sheet winches, Harken
||Traditional looks combined with modern features and a functional layout and with all the good gear, Vida Nova is an ideal midsize passage maker. Fitted out for crossing the Pacific this successful cruising also shows a very good turn of speed.|