A much loved and cossetted example of a very well designed deck saloon cruiser the Nauticat 321. One owner from new who is reluctantly hanging up his boots. The newer model with 1.4m draft. Professionally maintained and worthy of inspection.
The Nauticat 321 offers superb accommodation and quality of build with attention to smallest detail. The interior of the Nauticat 321 is a showpiece of the Nauticat craftsmanship. The Nauticat 321 features two staterooms, a large head and toilet amidships and a raised settee in pilothouse which offers clear wiews in all directions. The Nauticat 321 is built with two separate steering positions, both inside in pilothouse and outside in cockpit like all Nauticats.
All hand laminated fibreglass construction with layers of mat and woven roving. The engine bed has a captive steel plate for the securing of engine mounts. The keel consists of a fibreglass section forming part of the hull i.e. bilge, suspended from which is external lead ballast of 1,8 tons. This is secured by acid-proof steel bolts with stainless steel internal backing plates.
DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE
Deck and superstructure are a one-piece moulding constructed entirely of hand laminated fibreglass. All surfaces including wheelhouse roof have an anti-slip finish. Anchor well in the foredeck. Four heavy duty mooring cleats with adjacent fairleads are employed for safe mooring of the vessel; 2 forward, 2 aft, PLUS MID DECK CLEATS which have been invaluable. All windows are of toughened safety glass suspended in alloy frames. The guard rail is made of solid teak mounted on stainless steel stanchions, pulpit and pushpit of stainless tube. Boarding gates aft and to Port & Starboard. All external teakwood parts in natural without any treatment.
The engine is a fresh water cooled Yanmar (BSO stage II approved) 3JH4E marine diesel engine, 28,7 kW/39 hp/3000 RPM. Mechanical gearbox, KM35A reduction 2.33:1.
Propeller shaft ø 35 mm, bronze propeller 17" × 13". Underwater parts protected against corrosion by means of a zinc anode. The fuel tank, situated under the pilothouse sole, draws 250 litres and it is equipped with a separate manual pump for taking out the dirt. Filling inlet on gunwale.
Cruising range approx. 400 nautical miles.
All through hull fittings below the water line have seacocks. The two, deck filled fresh water tanks, situated under the pilothouse sole, hold a total of 440 litres. Selection valve. Pressure water system. Tubing in rigid polyethene. The toilet is supplied with marine pump type head, septic tank and a pump out fitting on deck. Electric, automatic bilge pump, and a manual one in cockpit. Stainless steel round shaped sink in galley, basin in toilet.
Two independent hydraulic units employed in parallel, one for the pilothouse helm and other for the cockpit helm station. Rudder of GRP, rudder stock of acid-proof steel, support of bronze. Emergency steering by means of a tiller connectable directly to the rudder stock. The boat can also be equipped with Whitlock mechanical steering in case of navigation centre interior. From pilothouse the boat can be controlled by an optional autopilot.
12 V D.C. current system employing 3 heavy duty lead acid batteries, one start battery of 130 Ah and 2 service batteries of
180 Ah housed in a ventilated box in the engine room. Master switch and parallel connection relay, 12 V/80 A alternator. All circuits protected by automatic fuses. Working lights positioned throughout the vessel where appropriate, including flexible arm chart light and reading lights at all beds and lights in wardrobes. Running lights to international standards. Hand searchlight and horn.
SPAR AND RIGGING
Silver anodised Seldén aluminium mast with internal halyards. Two profiled pairs of spreaders. The boom is equipped with a Rod kicker boom vang. The mast is deck stepped with a stainless steel support to the keel. Steaming light, anchor light and deck flood light at the mast. Grounding for lightning.
– 1 × Andersen 10
– 1 × Andersen 12 ST/1
– Mast, 1 × 19 ø 6–8 mm, stainless steel wire
– Internal halyards of 7 × 19 stainless steel with rope tails
– Sheets of rope ø 14 mm
– fore sail: 2 × Harken B40.2STA
– main sail Harken 16 STA
Stainless steel chain plates and turnbuckles.
Interior construction of satin varnished solid teak and teak faced marine plywood, except the galley and toilet, which are finished in light laminates. Cabin sole of teak faced marine plywood with light wood striping. Large selection of fabrics for curtains and upholstery. Wall-to-wall carpeting in pilot house. Toilet floor with drain. Interior with GRP module.
Two berths in V-configuration. Shelves, lockers and reading lights by berths. Aluminium framed skylight hatch overhead with vent. Large full-length illuminated wardrobe with shelves.
Located by the fore cabin. Pressure water, basin and hand shower, marine head with hand pump emptying to septic tank. Overhead light. Storage behind and underneath the basin. Aluminium framed skylight hatch and dorade vent. The storage for wet weather gear with vent from the hot air heating to ensure rapid drying and freshness.
Galley providing ample laminate counter space. Stainless steel sink. Two burner gimballed gas stove with oven and flame guards. Gas installation: solid copper pipe, flexible hoses to gas bottle and stove. Shut-off valve for stove in the cabinet under the sink. Pressure water system. Top-loaded appr. 100 litre compressor driven cool box. Extensive cabinetry, drawers and lockers. Cutting board. Trash pail. Drawer for cutlery. Aluminium framed skylight hatch and dorade vent.
This area distinguishes a Nauticat from all other vessels. The visibility is free to all directions through the aluminium framed safety glass windows. From the pilothouse there is a companionway to the cockpit, and passages to owner's cabin and galley. The helm station includes a complete illuminated engine control panel, a depth sounder, a knot meter/log, a hand searchlight and the signal horn switch. Chart light and overhead light. Storage for charts. Ample locker space on stb side. Large overhead hatches on both sides. Sliding hatch/skylight. The large U-settee in the deck saloon accommodates six persons comfortable for dining or relaxing. Storage under the settee. Spacer with cushion. Overhead lights. Flexible chart light. Space for navigation instruments, radar and electronics on stb side.
Roomy and comfortable aft cabin with a double berth. Illuminated wardrobe and an ample storage on stb side. Reading lights and overhead light. One opening port, one opening and one fixed window. 12 V outlet.
Tenar Nauticat 321-124
GROUND TACKLE: Stainless steel Bruce anchor; additional kedge anchor, fixed in cockpit locker
Electric anchor windlass - Lofrans Tigres
ELECTRONICS: VHF Radio: Simrad RD68
Additional Raymarine ST600R - roving control pad to Raymarine Instruments
Raytheon Radar fitted on original commissioning.
New LED deck light
Upgraded powerful Jabsco freshwater pump - Par-Max Series
Domestic radio and CD player with 2 speakers
Heater - Airtronic with 4 outlets, including wet locker
3 large batteries - only 1 season old
2 large fitted fire extinguishers
All gas fittings updated to most recent safety specifications
AIS and dedicated laptop with SeaPro chart system, complete with up to date charts: British Isles and Netherlands (both with full coverage). Custom made secure mounting for these.
MLR alpha-numeric GPS
Upgraded Raymarine instruments - central unit upgraded. Whole system is wind, speed log, depth (with all aspects) and Autopilot ST6001+
RIG: Selden furling main in-mast
Mainsail and furling genoa (battened) by Easyreef
Cruising chute - North Sails
All running rigging replaced September 2016
Standing rigging checked annually
PROPULSION: Yanmar 3JH3E 40hp engine, fully serviced annually, Invoices available.
Bow thruster - SidePower SP55S by Sleipner, Norway.
Radio antenna (upgraded)
Safety lines (need replacing to personal specification)
Henderson bilge pumps - one hard wired to battery as a safety precaution
Stern gland - details upgraded to stainless steel
Full set of blue and white crockery, in safe storage cupboards
American Navy Blue hull and white topsides, cleaned and polished annually
Mileage logged since new:12, 995.6 miles
Engine hours: 2,350 hours
Sailing areas: Since new Tenar has been used extensively by the owner and his various family and ‘friendly’ crews.
As well as local sailing Tenar has:- crossed the Southern North Sea on numerous occasions to North-eastern France, Belgium, Netherlands (her record is Harwich to Breskens motor sailing in 14 hours!)
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.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.