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35' Camper & Nicholsons
Jacksonville, FL
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Hard to Find!!

The Nicholson 35’ was built by Camper Nicholson Yachts of Gosport, England and designed by Ray Wall (one of his most sought after designs). The Nicholson 35' sloop has proven to be a very capable and comfortable offshore cruiser. The current owners (second owners) have had “WISP” since 1990 and cruised the Florida coast, the Bahamas and the Exuma Islands. “WISP" is available and we invite you to come see the very hard to find (in America) Nicholson 35', "WISP".
Specifications, with Equipment and Information:
- Length: 35' 0"
- LOA: 35' 3"
- Displacement: 17600 lbs
- LWL: 26' 9"
- Ballast: 7810 lbs
- BEAM: 10' 5"
- DRAFT: 5' 6"
- Engine(s): Perkins M30 3 Cylinder
- HP: 27
- Hull Construction: Fiberglass
- Manufacturer: Camper & Nicholsons
- Model: Nicholson 35
From the cockpit, three steps down places you inside the vessel with rich beautiful teak woodwork in a gloss finish. Teak and holly sole is near perfect condition. To the port is the quarter berth and NAV station. To starboard is the galley with Formica counter tops and cabinetry. Forward is the main salon with a "U" shaped settee to port and a teak dining table. Starboard is a 6' long settee. Storage is behind and below all seat cushions on both port and starboard. Forward is the head with toilet and hanging closet to port and sink, vanity with storage underneath to starboard. Forward is the V berth cabin with opening hatch and cabinet storage to port and starboard and access to the anchor locker. Holding tank is under port V berth and storage under starboard and forward end of the V berth.

Stainless Steel Sink
Manual Foot Water Pump
2 Burner Propane Force 10 Stove & Oven (2-10 lb propane tanks)
Top Loading Ice Box
Formica Counter Tops
Electronics / Navigation
Tillermaster Autopilot (attaches to Sailomat steering vane)
Standard Depth Sounder: 2 (1 NAV station, 1 cockpit)
Compass: 2 (1 NAV station, 1 cockpit)
VHF: Standard Horizon (NAV station)
GPS: Furuno (NAV station)
Stereo: Sony CD player and AM/FM stereo – 4 speakers
12 Volt DC
120 Volt AC
30 amp AC service
30 amp Shore Power Cord
Volt meter for DC
2 – 12 Volt DC Battery Switch’s
GFI outlets
Tri Colored Masthead Light with Anchor Light
Solar Panel: 75 watts Siemens mounted on adjustable arch)
Engine Alternator
Fans 12 volt 2-v-berth 1- Galley
Wheel Steering with Emergency Tiller Attachment
Anchor Windlass: Manual Simpson Lawrence
Anchor: 1–35 lb CQR with 100 ft of 3/8” Chain and 200 ft of 5/8” Three Strand (bow)
1 – 35 lb Delta Fast Set with 100 ft of 3/8” Chain and 200 ft of 5/8” Three Strand Rode (bow)
1 – 15 lb Delta Fast Set with 20 ft of 3/8” Chain and 100 ft of 5/8” Three Strand Rode (stern)
Sailomat Self Steering Vane
Winch: 2 – Lewmar 43 – 2 speed(cockpit) 2 – Lewmar 8 (mast) 2 – Lewmar (boom)
Plastimo Standard Life Raft, 4 person, Valise
Sails and Rigging

Aluminum Keel Stepped Mast with single spreaders
Aluminum Boom
Original Sails: Storm Jib, Heavy Jib, 170% Drifter/Reacher
Newer Sails: Main Sail with 2 reef points, 120% Jib by Wind Dancer sail maker (1999)
Gennaker (spinnaker) with Sock by North Sails (1999)
Working sail area: 529 sq ft
The standing rigging was replaced with all new Dyform stainless steel cables and Norseman end fittings and turnbuckles in 1998. All braided Dacron running rigging.
Tankage and Pumping:
Holding Tank Fiberglass with Y Valves
Manual Bilge Pump (cockpit)
12 Volt DC bilge pump with float switch and high water alarm
Cap Rails:
When the current owner purchased 'Wisp' the original cap rails were made of teak. Each side was constructed of two lengths (approx. 17 ft each) of teak with only one joint amidships. The teak had not been well maintained, was thin, damaged and needed to be replaced. Long runs of unblemished teak were impossible to find. Only 6 ft lengths were available, which meant there would be 6 joints in each 35 ft long cap rail – this was very costly, impractical and with the multiple joints, not attractive. Instead of using teak, current owner used aluminum. Not the traditional look but much stronger, more practical, functional and requires no maintenance.
Hull Construction:
The hull is fabricated of one piece fiberglass composite laminate. In 2004 the hull was stripped, blisters repaired, a new layer of glass applied from water line to bottom of the keel and then 5 layers of epoxy was applied. The decks and superstructure are an additional one piece fiberglass composite laminate. Non-skid is molded on the working areas of the deck. There is stainless steel bow rail, stern rail and stainless steel double lifelines. A stainless steel folding ladder attached to the transom.
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Please call or email us with any questions.
4508 Lakeside Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32210
Telephone: 904-389-0500
Fax: 904-389-0535

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