BLUE LEGEND was built offering a level of comfort that is unusual for a Nelson. Close cooperation between her owner, TT Boat Designs and her builder has produced a motor-yacht of outstanding quality. Professionally maintained by same full time skipper since new. She was built to the Lloyds 100 A1 classification.
With a light and airy oak interior she has superb accommodation and one of the outstanding trademarks of BLUE LEGEND is her reverse transom.
BLUE LEGEND takes the Nelson marque to another dimension. She was substantially rebuilt in 2006, when the aft section of the yacht was extended to provide better crew accommodation, a larger galley and vastly enhances deck space and storage. The owner took the opportunity to upgrade her in all respects at this time by extending the yacht from 68’ – 80’, upgrading the plumbing, replacing the teak decks and totally repainting the yacht.
REFIT DETAILS 2006:
• Major rebuild extending of the hull and deck from 69’ to 80’
• GRP hull, deck and superstructure repainted
• New 15mm teak, laid on marine ply sub-deck
• Teak and custom made stainless steel external trim upgraded
• Grey/black water - All piping and plumbing replaced
• Condaria A/C & heating - Rebuilt
• Headlining in Alcantara -Replaced
• Galley all new
• Head compartment built
• 2 x Single cabins with ample storage all new in 2006
• Hydraulic gangway, stows into transom rebuilt
• Hydraulic wheel steering at 2 positions,(interior port side saloon and exterior on
• starboard side of “flybridge”) Rebuilt and upgraded
CATERPILLAR 3412 (2 X 1000 hp)
Aft of the owner’s cabin is a lobby with heads to starboard with bath, basin, vanity unit and heads. Aft to port is a guest cabin with 2 single berths, ample storage and separate heads compartment with separate shower and basin.
To starboard is an attractive study area with on-board computer, ample storage, day fridge and plentiful work surfaces. Up steps to interior helm to port with full suite of instrumentation port and starboard and co-driver/navigators chair for 2 to starboard and with fridge and retractable drinks cabinet.
Aft is a u shaped dining area with extending table to port and 2 easy chairs to starboard with flat screen TV. There is access to the spacious aft area from here.
Below deck aft is a guest cabin with twin berths, dressing table and heads compartment with separate shower and heads compartment.
To port entrance to the galley which was totally new in 2006. A Corian counter runs the length of the large galley with 2 Corian sinks, hob, cooker and extractor hood. Opposite is the fridge/freezer.
Aft is a fold away table that provides an additional work surface if needed. There is an oak laminate floor in the galley only. A corridor leads to aft with a heads compartment built 2006 which is a wet room with vanity unit and WC. The corridor continues to 2 x single cabins with ample storage all new in 2006.
The aft cabins are currently used for crew, but the joinery is of the same standard as found in the rest of the yacht and could be easily used for guests and there is sufficient room to fit pipe cots to turn both into twin cabins.