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1987 Camper & Nicholson 476 for sale in Le Marin, Martinique

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016
1987 Camper & Nicholson 476 for sale in Le Marin, Martinique

1987 Camper & Nicholson 476 for sale in Le Marin, Martinique

Major rig out refit including new forestay, teak deck, new windows, awlgrip superstructure and cockpit paint (2010)

New hydraulics (2011)

The Camper Nicholson 47′ 6″ is recognised in the international yachting community as one of the finest blue water cruising yachts ever built. This Camper and Nicholsons 476 is a great example of the blue water classic which is easily managed by two people and cruises comfortably with four.

RUNAWAY is hull number 10 of only 12 Camper & Nicholson CN476s built. The CN476 is recognised as one of the finest blue water cruising yachts ever built. RUNAWAY is a superb example of the preferred centre cockpit layout version, having been meticulously maintained and benefiting from continual maintenance.

The quality of the workmanship is what you would expect from one of the finest builders in Europe in her day. There is exceptional storage on RUNAWAY and few yachts under 50′ offer anything comparable.

She has an extremely comprehensive specification and a very full compliment of spares and equipment.  She is set up for short handed sailing and will take her new owner in comfort, safety and style to anywhere in the World.

 

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Camper & Nicholsons 34m Ketch for sale

Monday, October 12th, 2009

SY ‘Aries’ is a 34m ketch, built and designed by the famous Camper and Nicholsons shipyard in Gosport, United Kingdom. Her keel was laid in 1939 but because of struggles during the war she was only finished several years later to sail with her first owner, the tobacco tycoon R.J. Reynolds.

Designed for long North Atlantic and Arctic cruising, Aries was given an extremely seaworthy structure and volumous hull form, which gives her interior space and comforts that are normally not found in (racing) classics of this size, giving her an exclusive elegance of style, solidity and reliability.

In 1959 Aries was donated to the American Geographic Society and served as an oceanographic research vessel. The history in the late 1960’s and 70’s is clouded in mystery. She was completely refitted in the early 80’s in Halifax, Canada, by Canadian dentist Dr. Jene Jensen who also fitted a new interior and a Bermuda rig.

She just participated at the Monaco Classic Week 2009 and presents herself very well.C&N Ketch

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