Hulls recently repainted: white with blue & red stripes
Decks recently repainted: white + International medium grit Coppercoat
antifouling (10 year life) one year in water
Hulls: GRP foam sandwich
Keels: LAR + centreboards
Decks: GRP Balsa sandwich
Alloy toerails holding double lifelines on s.s. stanchions & pulpits
2 x large trampolines with 2 aluminium walkways to double bow rollers
2 x large foredeck lockers with vents to forecabins
2 x alloy anchor cleats
6 x alloy mooring cleats
4 x large custom built GRP deck hatches
5 x opening portlights in each hull
Full-width Bimini, blue Sunbrella
S.S. Davits with rope tackles & cleats
4ft. s.s. "destroyer type" wheel on portside cockpit bulkhead
New swivel & slide helm seat
2 x s.s. boarding ladders (not fitted) + 2 x rope stepladders
Access to steering cables & rudder socks
2 large cockpit lockers, currently containing motor batteries & LPG
3 small cockpit lockers containing fixed diesel tank & portable fuel tanks
Rig & rigging:
60ft Espar double spreader, tapered alloy mast with internal halyards S.S.
5/8ins. & 1/2ins. rigging on Norseman terminals Twin masthead backstays +
leaver-operated running backstays to staysail Cutter rig, both stays with
Furlex furling gear
Hi-cut genoa with blue u.v. strip (ave. condition)
Lo-cut genoa with red u.v. strip (good condition)
2nd lo-cut genoa (ave. condition)
Staysail with blue u.v. strip (good condition)
Full-batten mainsail (good condition) with loose Sunbrella cover, 3
Red & white M.P.S. with sock (good condition)
2 x OZecodrive 9kw. electric motors. Max. speed 6-7knots. (Between
1/2hr. & 6hrs. motoring on batteries only, dependant on speed. Indefinite
motoring at 4knots with generator running, at 1&1/2lts. per hour).
2 x 1ins. s.s. shafts with tubes & sternglands
2 x 16ins. x 10ins. "Flexofold" folding props.
Motors can be used as generators whilst sailing, with max. 50 amp
35kg. Bruce 20mts. chain 80mts. warp
30kg. Danforth 10mts. chain 90mts. warp
15kg. Danforth type aluminium stern anchor
10 x lifejackets
18ft. sea anchor with gear
1,000,000 c.p. rechargeable spotlight
500,000 c.p. 12v. spotlight
Electric air horn
5 x hand torches
Large bridgedeck clearance
240v. shorepower system in all cabins. 110v. to workshop in starb'd
hull 7.5kw. Westerbeke generator under cockpit sole to 240v. system
12v. to lights & fans in cabins 24v. system from dedicated motor
batteries to motor controllers 24v.-12v. converter/charger from 24v.
bank to house bank Stirling 1800w (continuous) 12v.-240v. inverter
2 x 80w. solar panels to house bank 2 x 50w. solar panels to 24v. bank
Batteries:- 2 x house bank, 1 x generator start, 1 x windlass, 16 x motors
(all 100ah. AGM)
4 x 24v. chargers to motor banks
Masthead anchor light. Stern light. L.E.D. side lights
Azimuth 1000 digital compass
Standard Horizon 10ins. colour chart plotter (with worldwide base map)
Standard Horizon fixed V.H.F.
2 x Motorola hand held V.H.F. (8km. range)
Autohelm 6000 autopilot
Foot-operated electric windlass
Galley up, on port side
2 x burner L.P.G. hob
Stainless sink & splashback with electric freshwater pump &
foot-operated seawater pump
Teak drawers & cupboards under
300 gallons water in 2 tanks
50gals. p.h. R.O. water maker 2 x large iceboxes (in port hull pantry)
1 x shower, sink, vanity, Lavac toilet forward in each hull with 12v.
lights & storage cupboards
14ft. R.I.B. (red) 15hp. Yamaha
4 x inflatable fenders 2 x flat fenders
Buckets, various lines, etc.
Various water, diesel & petrol containers
Large saloon with Teak table, seating for 10 & panoramic views, 6ft.+
Full size chart table with drawers under
Paper charts for Langkawi, Phuket, Malacca Str., Singapore to Philippines
6ft.+ headroom in hulls
Various electrical & mechanical tools & spares, oil, etc.
8 x Lewmar winches for deck & mast work.
More from the owner:
LADY NENA 's hulls were built in 1972 but she was not fitted out &
launched until 1991.
She was designed & built for serious offshore sailing & is very strongly
constructed, particularly her rig, which is frequently commented on by
passing yachties. She has sailed 12,000 bluewater miles, displaying no vices
under sail in any conditions.