NAUTICAT 331 built by Siltala Yachts Oy in 1999, launched 2000. White GRP with teak decking and trim. Coppercoat March 2018. Raised aft deck with secondary steering position. Fin keel 5'3". Yanmar 4JH4-TE marine diesel developing 85hp/3200rpm. 3 blade feathering prop, engine serviced March. Bow thruster. Selden Masts and Booms. Ketch rig; Sails by North Sails, Selden in-mast furling & Furlex Genoa new never used. Lazy Jacks for Mizzen. Rigging checked over March. Electric anchor Windlass. Complete Navigation System including Radar, GPS with 2 plotters, Autopilot, Compass, Depth, Wind and Log. New VHF + GMDSS. ICOM SSB MF/HF transceiver & Navtex. Standard 331 layout with fully enclosed pilothouse. Sleeps 6 in 2 cabins (bow and aft state cabin) and saloon, with full headroom. Toilet compartment with marine head and sink, Satin varnished teak interior joinery with blue upholstery plus spare roll of upholstery. Fully carpeted "Rose" pink. Eberspacher heating, Isotemp water heater, pressurised water to galley and toilet. Galley with 2-burner stove and oven, fridge, sink with H&C water.
The Nauticat 331 is based on the popular and well known Nauticat 33. This traditional motorsailer has now been, after several modifications, in production for over 45 years. The effortless operation, superb comfort and careful arrangement of interiors have created a demand resulting in over 1290 hulls built to date. The Nauticat 331 traditional motorsailer that, with its sisters the 38 and 441, is unique, in terms of volume inside, easy handling, durability, safety standards, modern cruising capabilities, the level and possibilities for customising the yachts according to specific needs and environments. The 331 features side doors with fitted lower wood storm covers to the pilothouse, it has is a raised aft decks and is rigged as a ketch, as truly classics should be. The Nauticat 331 has a fin keel rather than a long keel on its predecessor the Nauticat 33 and more recent 441.
Customised by Nauticat specifically for its first owner, “Taiva” has a number of modifications and extras over the standard 331 specification, including; in-mast reefing, a 1.6m keel, fixed S/S steps at stern, ergonomically placed instrumentation, extra roof-lights in pilot house and aft cabin, beige roll-shutters, larger dinette cabinet doors with the aft locker providing storage for bottles and the foward locker hole-plates for whiskey glasses, and a holding tank.
A well-maintained example of a popular motor-sailor, with a comprehensive inventory. Viewing, by appointment only through our Chichester office, is thoroughly recommended.
- Manufacturer: Nauticat
- Price: £115,000
- Location: Northney, Hayling Island.
- Year: 1999
- LOA: 34'1" (10.40m)
- Berths: 6
- Draft in M: Max: 1.6
- Keel: Fin keel
- ID no.: 03946
- Cabins: 2
- Heating: Yes
- Heads: 1
- Showers: 1
- Watertank Size: 88 Gallons
- Engine Make: Yanmar 4JH4 TE
- Horsepower: 85hp
- Drive Type:
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Fuel Tank Size: 110 Gallons
6 berths in 2 cabins plus saloon. Full 6'3" headroom in saloon.
From forward to aft:
Double berth, seat, bookshelf, extended fiddle shelf, hanging locker, massive storage under the berth and seat.
Separate heads compartment with sea toilet, handbasin with mixer tap and hand shower, large storage cupboards.
With large U-settee for up to 6 people converts to a generous double berth, bar locker, bottle rack, mirror, space for a Grundig TV, stereo/radio/cd player (speakers in dinette and pilothouse), bookshelf, large stowage compartments under seats. Dual GPS switch.
Opposite the saloon, with opening hatch and a Dorade vent. Two burner propane Plastimo Neptune 2000 stove with oven instead of standard, gimballed, flame guards. Double stainless steel sinks. Full length storage cabinets. Refrigerator. Glass shelf, cutting board, drawer for cutlery, gash bin. Water heater, Eberspacher D3LC warm heating, fresh water pump in addition to standard. Seawater-cooled coolbox.
Steering position with full instrumentation, an extra large chart table with storage under, and engine controls that are at the helmsman's fingertips. All instruments are illuminated for night use. Overhead lighting as well as a chart light are provided, as are the windshield wipers. Ventilation is provided by two deck hatches and the two pilothouse doors to port and starboard. Additional storage for miscellaneous sailing gear, fixed seats for three persons. Fire extinguisher, lounge settees and an opening table make this area a centre for comfortable entertainment. There is an additional roof-light in above the chart table and sofa, with roller shutters on both pilothouse hatches. A PC printer is built in at the top of the starboard-side, middle locker. CD rack.
2 large single berths. Dressing chest with overhead skylight. 2 book shelves. Excellent storage space.
Mechanical and Rigging
Yanmar 4JH4-TE 85HP diesel inboard engine 3200 rpm
Gear box provides 2.63:1 reduction
Engine is fresh water cooled
3 blade feathering propeller Max prop in lieu of standard
Two fuel tanks one on each side of the engine room vented (currently full)
Side deck fills and equipped with a manual pump for taking out any dirt
A cruising range of 600 nm approximately.
Shore power system 220v
Cable reel for shorepower
3 x additional 220v grounded sockets
Link 10 battery monitor
220v/1500w as inverter and 12v/50a as battery charger
2 new batteries and 1 additional battery in ventilated box.
Furling Seldon anodised aluminium main mast and mizzen
Reefing gear with aluminium profile (Seldon Furlex) on forestay for genoa
Sails: By North Sails
Furling genoa 1 + UV protection cover - New
Lazyjacks for mizzen and sail cover.
Dual steering stations, one in wheelhouse and one on aft deck, Capillano hydraulic system
Rudder of fibreglass, rudder stock off acid proof steel
Emergency steering of a tiller connected directly to the rudder stock.
Teak on front cabin roof
Horizontal electric windlass with foot switch + up/down function, windlass control in wheelhouse, control for anchor windlass also on aft deck, additional remote control for anchor windlass with socket on bow
Additional cleats, pair, midships, incl. fairleads
Table on aft deck
Avon Dinghy with hardly used Suzuki 2.5HP 2 stroke outboard
Bracket for outboard motor
2 x stainless steel fender frame for three fenders
2 x additional fenders
Additional anchor chain calibrated 60M
Side boarding gate on bb-side
Pilothouse interior layout B
Bow thruster 12v/4HP, control panel outside and inside
Pair loud speakers in aft deck, waterproof
Small locks for aft deck benches
Disk type rope cutter
2nd. roller for bow sprit
Rocna anchor new
Boarding ladders in stainless steel with teak steps
Radar reflector with stainless steel brackets
Autohelm ST6000 + autopilot
Repeater for Autohelm at outside steering station (with retro-fitted perspex spay cover)
2 x VHF aerials
Sailor 4801 VHF
Raystar 112 GPS 12 channel receiver without display
Compass at outside steering station, Suunto C-95 Sail
Interface connection for autopilot, GPS, radar and plotter
Autohelm ST80 wind, Autohelm, master compass, trim in the pilothouse and
Autohelm ST80 win, multi, master and trim at outside steering station
Furuno GP35 DGPS at the steering console inside
Raytheon RL72RC radar/plotter
Fax 4 Navtex weather decoded
Curtains for pilothouse windows
Rose coloured carpet throughout
Dark blue upholstery, plus large roll of new material
Varnished Satin teak wood
Helmsman's seat in pilothouse with floor fastenings
2 x roller shutters
3 x courtesy lights for night illumination
Glomex TV antenna with Grundig TV
Mobile button at outside steering station
Anticondensation material for fore and aft cabins
2 x extra reading lights in dinette/sofa corners
Extra roof light above the middle locker in the aft cabin
Mosquito screens in fwd cabin, two in pilothouse and one in aft cabin hatch
Wooden storage box in the engine room for spare cans, lubrication oils, etc.
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