This 1986 Lord Nelson 35 Cutter, located in City Island, NY is in excellent condition, with several intelligent upgrades. The is a one-owner boat, so records are available all the way back to the build.
Built to standards rarely seen today, this classic blue-water cruiser is considered one of the best shorthanded bluewater cruisers ever built. Papiola II is ready to circumnavigate the globe, go out for a delightful day sail, or anything in between.
The hull is solid fiberglass with an integral molded-in rub rail, which gives the hull immense strength. The deck is cored with over 1-inch of teak. Seller has cores from through-hull and deck fittings that confirm the superior structural integrity of this yacht.
Sails are in very good condition, with Dutchman system on main and Harken roller furling on the Jib and Staysail.
Accommodations include a huge head with shower and separate vanity in the bow (where you would expect a Vee-berth), a large master cabin just aft to port, a private aft cabin to starboard, settee berths in the main salon, and a full galley.
The Ampair wind generator and twin solar panels atop the hard bimini, paired with two 800 amp-hour gel batteries provided enough power to run refrigeration and lights for weeks.
Included is a custom full winter cover and an 11-foot Bauer sailing dinghy.
Also available is a 40’ docominium slip at a private yacht club in City Island for an additional $11,000
Recent survey is available.
Please see Full Specifications for complete details on this impressive yacht.
- Full Specifications
- Model: Lord Nelson 35 Cutter Year: 1986 Color: Flag Blue Dimensions LOA: 35 ft, 10 in LWL: 31 ft, 4 in Beam: 11 ft, 10 in Draft: 5 ft, 6 in Displacement: 20,500 lbs. Ballast: 7,000 lbs. Construction Hull: Solid Fiberglass Keel: Full Deck: Fiberglass – teak core Bow and stern pulpits Tanks Fuel: 80 gal. – Black Iron Water: 120 gal. – aluminum, 2 tanks, 60 gal. ea. Holding: 10 gal Engine & Mechanicals Manufacturer/Model: Yanmar 3HM35F Fuel: Diesel HP: 32 Cooling: Fresh Water Racor Filters Hours: under 1,000 Websto diesel heater 10 gallon Force 10 water heater with engine heat exchanger Webston 5,000 BTU diesel forced-air heater Electrical Batteries: 2 house, 1 start Battery switch Shore power: 30 amp with 50 ft. cord Guest 30 Amp marine grade battery charger Two Arco solar panels Ampair 100 wind generator Sanyo AM/FM Radio/CD/Cassette Player – 2 cockpit speakers, 2 cabin speakers Rigging Kenyon mast with internal track and single aluminum spreader Aluminum boom with internal track Stainless steel wire shrouds and stays Head sail and staysail Harken roller furling gear Main sheet traveler with roller bearing car and adjustable stops Walden boom break Teak boom crutch with stainless steel legs Winches - Eight Barient winches: Two #28 two speed self tailing primary sheet winches on cockpit coaming Two #17 self tailing single speed staysail sheet winches outboard on the aft cabin top One # 22 two speed self tailing halyard winch on the port side of the aft cabin top Three #21 two speed self tailing winches on the mast Sails – all new in 2006 Main sail 120% genoa Staysail Asymmetrical spinaker Blue canvas mainsail cover Accomodations The interior of the vessel is finished in teak. It is comfortable, bright and airy, with 6 ft. 4 in. headroom and accommodations for six adults. The large head with electric flush commode and shower is forward, followed by the head vanity and sink to starboard. The master stateroom with double wide pullman berth is on the port side, with under-berth stowage, 6 drawers beneath, and a hanging locker to starboard. The mid-ship salon contains a chart table forward on the starboard side, facing settees port and starboard, a drop leaf dinette table on centerline and a galley aft on the port side. The galley contains a double sink, ice chest/refrigerator and propane stove top and oven. The guest stateroom/cabin with a double berth is aft on the starboard side. Cabin ventilation is provided by the eleven opening portlights on the cabin sides, by the hatches above the head and salon and by the cabin door. Galley Double stainless steel sink with both a 12 volt power faucet and a manual foot pump faucet Hot & cold pressure water Gimbaled 4-burner propane stove w/oven Alder Barbour refrigeration Plenty of storage Head Electric flush head w/holding tank Shower with sump Separate vanity with stainless steel sink Plenty of storage Navigation & Electronics Compass: Ritchie Binnacle Mount 5" Globemaster VHF: Uniden GPS: Magellan NAV6500 Radar: Sitex T-150 Autopilot: Alpha 2000 Instruments: Datamarine speed, wind, & depth Additional Equipment Custom full winter cover 11-foot Bauer sailing dinghy Also available is a 40’ docominium slip at a private yacht club in City Island for an additional $11,000
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
- Please contact the listing broker, John Longley at 203-257-5369 to discuss this or any other boat. This boat will be shown by appointment only.