Tax paid for Noumea.
Based in New Caledonia
Strong construction. Only 26 units were built by Camper & Nicholson out of this design. Seaworthy yacht and really comfortable at sea in all weather conditions. Easy to sail single-handed.
4 to 6 sleeps
Large monohull sailboat Nicholson 55 type, GRP, built in 1974 by the Camper and Nicholson shipyard, UK, designed by Raymond Wall.
Central cockpit. Survey reports (2012) no osmosis.
PERKINS 4236 (installed 1997)
KIWI PROP 4 blades propeller
Starter and alternator (2011)
Masthead sloop, 1 spreaders set
Sail area 120m²
Main sail in good condition
Furling genoa in good condition
Staysail + storm jib on removable stay
Heavy spinnaker 200 sq. meters + sock
2 hydrolics genoa winches at the cockpit with foot command
LOFRANS 24V 1700W electric windlass
Main anchorage: 40 kg ROCNA anchor + 50 m of 12 mm chain
Secondary anchorage: 25 kg anchor + 30 m of 12 mm chain
30 m of 24 mm hawsers
Fresh water: 2 x 500L
ENO 2 burners stove + oven
Hot water tank
Radio CD player + TV
Houses batteries: 4 x 110Ah (2014)
Engine batteries: 2 x 95Ah 12V (2016), one of wich is charged by a solar panel to power the electric toilet and the mooring and navigation lights
24V systemelectrical circuit
Solar panels: 2 x 110W
Battery charger: 220V/24V/ 50A (2018)
AIR BREEZE wind turbine
RAYMARINE ST60 instruments
LOWRANCE charts reader
SEACLONE Hypalon aluminium 3 m RIB
MERCURY 8HP outboard
Liferaft (service planned)
Distress beacon (service planned)
Bimini and sprayhood
Easy to sail single-handed, reliable cruiser.
Has her own cyclone-proof mooring.
Last modified : 06/06/2020
The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.