Lord Nelson Victory Tug 49'
Lord Nelson Victory Tug 49' for sale | 14.94m (49'0") | 1988 | 1x diesel 220hp | GRP Construction | Full-displacement underwater profile | 8 berths | Boat REF# 104001
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|Engine||1 x Diesel 220hp, Cummins 6BT 5.9 Main / Perkins Wing Engine (1988)|
|Lying||Anacortes - Shown by Appointment|
Anacortes - Shown by Appointment
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|Fuel capacity||4,091.0 ltr (900.0 G) Total - 5 Tanks|
|Water capacity||1,136.4 ltr (250.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||318.2 ltr (70.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 220hp|
|Engine make and model||Cummins 6BT 5.9 Main / Perkins Wing Engine (1988)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 2268 engine2: 342|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||13.6 ltr (3.0 G) /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||8 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||12 knots|
Featuring a dependable low hr Cummins 6 cylinder power plant, she also has a 1997 35 hp Perkins wing engine with max prop. This engine has never been needed for its primary purpose but does make a fine trolling engine when you're after the big Chinooks in Alaska. She is very easy to handle when you get back to the dock with her bow thruster and large rudder!
She also has a large 8.5 kw Northern Lights generator with only 1200 hrs (approximately) on the legendary and durable Lugger engine!
|Draft Min||1.60m (5'3")|
|Draft Max||1.60m (5'3")|
Other rigged Wood spars (1988) with stainless steel standing rigging (1988)
This yacht does have a sturdy mast and boom that can be used to rig a steadying sail while underway!
12 volt, 8 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator
Lord Nelson Tugs feature solid fiberglass hulls and decks, heavily built with over eleven layers of glass from the keel to 6" above the waterline and seven layers above that. She was one of the first yachts to use iso-vynlester resin for increased strength and to prevent hull blisters. Her Full displacement hull was inspired by the Maine lobster boats known for their sea worthiness and easily-driven efficiency. She has a full-length ballasted keel for stability and to protect her prop and rudder. She has a total fuel capacity of 1100 gallons in 5 tanks, with one tank currently dedicated to cleaner burning kerosene for the heating system.
|Total # of berths||8|
|No. of double berths||4|
|Heads||3 heads (Manual)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Fresh water wash|
|Raw water wash|
You board a Lord Nelson through her high safe bulwarks by means of convenient dockside bulwark doors on either side. Entering through beautiful double doors brings you to the stunning aft saloon. The interior design is that of a luxury yacht from another era. Taking full advantage of her 16' 8" beam, this is a remarkably large space for entertaining or just living aboard in comfort. Featuring an exquisite teak and holly sole and fine cabinetry throughout she has a very warm yet sophisticated elegance.
A large wrap-around settee to port features a beautiful teak convertible table. To starboard is a full-height display/entertainment cabinet and two very comfortable chairs with ottomans for lounging or a good read.
From the saloon you proceed forward on the same level to the large and well equipped u-shaped galley. Designed for long durations away from the dock she features a large pantry, separate top-loading reefer and freezer (just serviced and recharged), a four-burner gas range with oven and a microwave. There is ample storage for both kitchenware and food, and counter space that rivals most large home kitchens. There are places for both an ice maker and trash compactor if a new owner desired these appliances.The sea-going chef will be pleased to create inspired meals in this wonderful galley without being separated from family and guests!
You continue forward and down four steps... To starboard is the day head for guests and here also is the ship's laundry with washer/dryer. From here you enter the remarkable owners cabin. Featuring over 7ft of headroom, its located amidships making this a a very comfortable place in a seaway. Having the full 16 ft beam to work with makes this stateroom very spacious while still incorporating a walk around queen berth, built-in seating and even a writer's desk. With the same exquisite cabinetry as seen in throughout this vessel, she has ample storage for long distance cruising or live aboard. A wonderful touch here is the full-height bookcase that swings open to reveal the walk in engine room -- very clever yet practical.
Proceeding back to the saloon head forward and up to the nerve center of this massive yacht, her command bridge! Large enough to include a seperate captain's cabin with Pullman berth and hanging locker, she also features a beautiful settee and table for guests to join the Captain on the bridge while underway. In keeping with her working tug roots the visibility from the helm is superb out her large wraparound windows. There is also a separate nav station. From the helm you can exit out either side through her large dutch doors to the side decks when needed. A curved staircase forward leads to the guest cabin. Large enough to be the owner's quarters on lesser yachts, this en suite cabin features a queen berth, built-in seating and plenty of hanging lockers and drawers to make your guests comfortable.
4 burner gas cooker
Electric 2 Lewmar windlass (with remote control)
(Two FORFJORD 8 and one FORTRESS)
91.44m (300'0") of chain
60.96m (200'0") of warp
AVB dinghy (unknown year)
8hp outboard, Yamaha, Short Shaft (1998)
Boom on upper deck with electric windlass to handle dinghy and kayaks.
|Rod Holders||2 Rod Holders|
This yacht has the proper ground tackle to anchor almost anywhere with safety. With two always-ready Forfjord 8 anchors and 300 ft of 3/8 chain she will let you sleep at night while you ride out a blow at anchor!
3 bilge pumps (1 manual / 2 Electric)
The most important safety feature of this world capable yacht is her rugged construction and design. With an almost 17 ft beam, full keel and active stabilizers she can handle seas that have other yachts racing for port! While it has never happened to any of these very safe sea-going yachts it is nice to know that tank tests have shown Lord Nelson Tugs to be self righting from a full 90 degree knockdown!