Exceptional build, design and execution. Dale Nelson Classic 45 LITTLE TOY on shafts powered by twin CAT C9s (575HP). On centre stage in her marina in Scotland and presenting beautifully. Fully equipped with heating, thrusters, teak cockpit, side decks and transom, Siemens appliances, American cherry joinery, freshly painted hull (2017) and a very long list of extras. All in very straight order and professionally maintained. Will not disappoint on sea trail!
Please contact Robert Steadman at +44 (0)1590 679222
Ytterligare specifikationer, utrustning och information:
Tillverkare: Dale Nelson
Designer: TT Boat Designs
LÖA Längd över allt: 46 fot 1 tum
Bredd: 14 fot 4 tum
Min. djupgång: 4 fot 1 tum
Deplacement: 15000 kg
Total effekt: 1150 HP
Motortyp: Acert C9
Motor typ: Inombord
Motorstyrka: 575 HP
Motortyp: Acert C9
Motor typ: Inombord
Motorstyrka: 575 HP
Antal singelbäddar: 2
Antal hytter: 1
Antal toaletter: 1
RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC or RCDII (2013/53/EU as appropriate (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean” (or Cat B – whichever is appropriate)
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Solid laminate Vinylester to hull moulding.
Epoxy treatment to bottom before antifouling.
Rubber D fendering.
Spray-rail moulded into the hull.
Additional timber spray-rail fitted.
Veneered varnished teak transpm.
Teak to Toe-rail with caulked joints.
Teak to side-decks and cockpit sole, cockpit steps and locker tops.
Teak to bathing platform.
The hull was re-painted with blue Awlgrip by Dale Yachts (2017).
White gelcoat to GRP superstructure.
Antifouling and anodes (March 2020).
Engine & Gearboxes:
Caterpillar Acert C 9 x 2 575hp engines with Twin Disc MG5085A gearbox.
Engine SVM mode reduces horsepower for slow speed manovering.
Five square hatches fitted to forward coach roof with blinds / flyscreens.
Two hatches to wheelhouse roof with blinds and flyscreens.
Wheelhouse windows green tinted glass.
Port-lights green tinted glass.
Wheelhouse forward side windows slide opening – aft side windows fixed with green tinted glass.
Wheel-house front windows double-glazed.
Ventilators to each cabin, toilets and aft peak.
Description of layout from forwards:
Cabin and Heads:
Forward double master cabin, with interior sprung mattress and upholstered side seat.
Full storage in upper and lower side lockers.
Extra large hanging locker.
En-suite toilet and shower with electric Tecma toilet, shower and stowage lockers.
Corian Galley top.
Hot and cold mixer tap.
Top entry in galley top for waste bin.
Moulded Corian fiddle to galley top.
Upper outboard lockers and lower cupboards and storage spaces.
Outboard bookshelf with fiddle and rail.
Upholstered dinette “U” shaped seating with removable section to give more space for sleeping.
Drawer to forward section opening towards galley.
Dinette table - Bezenzoni pedestal, with allowance for 2” infill cushion on top of table.
Leather covered console at helm position with carbon fibre effect inset panels for instruments.
Leather helm and pilot seats to port with leather navigator seat to starboard – all fitted with sliders.
Helm/pilot seat base electrically operated to move forward to provide more seating space whilst in harbour.
Stowage within helm/pilot seat base including drinks cabinet for drinks and glasses.
Bookcase and storage for navigational instruments and pencils to right of navigator seat.
Fridge and stowage for charts and removable chart table within navigator seat base.
Timber footrests at helm and navigator position.
Leather “U” shaped and side seating with folding leaf table and Bezenzoni adjustable pedestal, (converts to berth with infill cushion), storage lockers beneath seating.
Three pantograph windscreen wipers with intermittent control and washer system.
Wiper controls at helm and to the right of the navigator seat.
Wooden steps to galley with stowage below.
Electrically operated drop down portside aft window bulkhead.
Barometer and clock.
Oceanair blinds fitted to all windows.
Two extractor fans.
HMI main engine exhaust temperature alarms.
High quality soundproofing.
Engine room ladder.
Centre line crawl plates finished in Pirelli matting and varnished teak cappings.
Stowage box in engine room for spares.
Engine room painted out in white bilge paint.
Cockpit Fit Out – Extended Outboard for Greater Space
Fitted with second station engine control wandering lead system which also controls bow and stern thrusters.
Fully fitted side and corner seating and storage beneath.
Stowage compartment to cockpit sole for dinghy.
Two access and stowage hatches.
Saltwater wash system fitted to cockpit area.
Freshwater outlet to cockpit for cold water.
Exterior handrails to forward coach-roof.
Exterior handrails wheelhouse coach-roof.
Grab-rail to aft end of wheelhouse wings with green tinted glass panel.
Grab handle to front of wheelhouse.
Hinge down spruce timber mast.
Boarding platform with teak grating and stainless steel swim ladder.
Grab handles in fore deck and aft peak lockers for securing fender lanyard.
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
Stem-head carrier with stainless steel bow protector plate.
One pair of super-yacht mooring cleats to fore deck.
Two pairs of pop up mooring cleats to side deck.
One pair of bollard type mooring cleats to aft deck.
Three fairleads to bow.
Centre bollard to foredeck.
Electric anchor windlass with 50m stainless steel chain.
Chain gypsy with interior and foredeck controls.
30kg stainless steel claw anchor.
Chain Locker accessed through forward deck hatch.
Fender pad eyes and wear plates fitted to side of cockpit.
Lemwar Chain counter (fitted March 2018).
Tender & Outboard:
Weaver snap davit system – removed and stored onboard.
Teak outboard stowage bracket in aft peak.
6 man Seago offshore cannister life-raft – (service date to be confirmed).
Automatic fire extinguisher system to engine room.
5 fire extinguishers throughout the boat.
Fire blanket in galley.
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.