Neff Yacht Sales / Used 111 foot CAMPER & NICHOLSONS  Classic Yacht - MERRYMAID

CAMPER & NICHOLSONS

MERRYMAID

1904 • 111' (34.11 m) • Classic Yacht
Spain • Mallorca

4 950 000 € EUR

This stunning vessel originally designed and built by Camper & Nicholsons in 1904 has been restored to her former glory between the years of 2006 and 2008. The Sailing Yacht MERRYMAID is a 111' 11" (34.1m) Gaff Cutter constructed of 2.25 inch carvel planked teak on Oak and steel ring frames. She offers a beam of 17.85 feet and a draft of 12.47 feet. With Martins Rigging and Contender Dacron sails spanning over 953 square meters MERRYMAID built to handle the sea. MERRYMAID is an accomplished classic, a true proven round the world sailing yacht.

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Vessel Information

Builder: CAMPER & NICHOLSONS
Model Year: 1904
Type: Sailboat
Category: Classic Yacht
Condition: Used

LOA: 111' (34.11 m)
Beam Feet: 17' (5.44 m)
Draft Feet: 12' (3.81 m)
Engine Info: 265 HP, Single, Diesel, Perkins
Sleeps: 6
Staterooms: 3
Refit Year: 2013

Location: Spain
Region: Mallorca
Country: Spain

Accommodations

Guest Six in 3 cabins with en suite heads in each
Crew Six in 3 cabins (bunks for eight)

Dimensions

LOA 34.10m / 111'.88''
LOD 30m / 98'.00''
LWL 21m / 68'.90''
Racing Class 19-20m rule
Beam 5.44m / 17'.85''
Draft 3.80m / 12'.47''
GRT 87.82

Communication, Navigation, and Entertainment Equipment

• 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

Deck and Hull

• Rig Martins Rigging
• Spars 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

Sails
• Type: Contender Dacron
• 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

Windlass/Anchors
• Thomas Reid hydraulic windlass with double gypsy
• Bronze Fisherman Anchor 140kg
• CQR Anchor 108kg
• 14mm stud link chain 140m and 60m

Mechanical Equipment

Engine
• Perkins Sabre, M265TI, MAX RPM 2200, Six Cylinders, 265 Hp
• Consumption at RPM:L/h 1200:8.0, 1400:10.0, 2000:27.0

Generator
• Onan 17.5kVA - 80 amps max (consumption 3.4L/h at 40 amps for 5h per day)
• Engine driven alternator 150 amp
• Propulsion
• 3-blade fixed propeller
• RPM:knots 1400:8.5, 1800:10, Sails 12 knots

Heating
• Mikuni diesel

Gear Box
• Gear Box PRM 1000 connected via Carden shafts to an Aqua Drive-CVB-32-30 thrust bearing
• Deep Sea seal on the inboard end of the stern tube

Power Supply
• 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

Tanks
• Diesel 1400 litres (Bladders giving an extra 1000 litres)
• Water 800 litres
• Range 1120NM at 1400RPM, 1920NM with Bladders
• Hamann chlorine waste system with 1 x 250 litre holding tank

Water
• 2 x Sea Fresh water makers
• AC unit 200 litres per hour
• PTO Hydraulic 200 litres per hour

Hot Water
• 2 x C-Warm CWB78-VTC at 78 litres each with twin coils and double Heater elements

Fuel Control
• 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

Safety, Security and Fire Fighting Equipment

Fire Fighting
• 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

Safety
• 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

Tenders and Toys

• 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

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