1969 Nielsen Sloop

  • 46 ft
  • Sloop
  • Salem, MA, US

Yacht price :

$175,000

Overview

Elskov's pedigree is truly exceptional as she was designed and built by they very best.  She is from the drawing board of Aage Nielsen and built to exceedingly high standards by the Walsted yard in Denmark.  Originally built for Bradley Noyes of Marblehead, she was the fourth Nielsen design that he  had built, and Elskov offers extraordinary craftsmansip, comfort, sea kindliness and performance.  Elskov's accommodations are spacious, with ample stowage, and superbly crafted and finished in French Walnut.  Her keel centerboard design has a separate skeg hung rudder which enhances performance, and Elskov has performed admirably racing as well as serious long distance cruising.  She has been yard maintained and professionally upgraded under current ownership since 1998 and some of her more notable cruising includes:  

Transatlantic 2000

Baltic and Norway 2001-2002

Svalbard 2003

Norway/Iceland/Greenland/Labrador 2004

Greenland/Baffin/Labrador 2004

Labrador 2008

Hudson Strait/Baffin/Nunavik/Labrador 2013

We feel that Elskov deserves our highest recommendation, and shall be pleased to arrange inspections.

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Nielsen
Model:
Sloop
Year:
1969
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Salem, MA, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
(ex. TIOGA)
Boat Type:
Sloop
Hull Material:
Wood
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
HIN:
521916
Designer:
K.A. Nielsen
Flag of Registry:
US

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
46 ft - 14.02 meter
LOA:
-
Beam:
12 ft 7 in - 3.83 meter
Draft - max:
5 ft 3 in - 1.6 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
-

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Descriptions

Construction

Built to exceedingly high standards by the renowned Walsted yard in Denmark.Hull is double-planked mahogany copper-riveted to laminated oak frames.  Stem and keel are iroko, the stem is laminated.  Oak floor timbers and custom stainless floor/maststep fabrication.  Buff-colored deck is fiberglass covered plywood, and deck and cockpit are trimmed in bright mahogany.  Cabin roof is constructed of fiberglass over matched boards. Bronze centerboard, wheel/cable/quadrant steering.  White topsides with navy boottop and red bottom.

Engine

1999 Westerbeke 63B, 71 HP 4-cylinder diesel engine.  Fresh-water cooled.  Edson controls at helm.  Engine hour meter shows 3,300 (Summer 2014), fuel gauges on tank.  18" bronze Max-Prop propeller.  Cruising speed 6 knots.

Tankage

Fuel:  One 70-gallon, one 30- gallon in stainless.

Water:  Two 60-gallon tanks in stainless.

Electrical

12-volt system; two 12-volt batteries for start and house.  Balmar 150-amp dual op. alternator, panel has circuit breakers, shore power, Victron battery charger, battery condition indicator, two master switches.  Boat is grounded and bonded.

Accommodations

Spacious accommodations for 7 in single berths with a stateroom forward and large u-shaped galley.  One head with shower.  Galley sink, pressure water system, Luke propane 3-burner stove and gimballed oven.  Two stainless iceboxes with Grunnert refrigeration system.  Folding dining table.  Sigmarine diesel heater stove.  Interior finished in bright French walnut, cabin sole is teak and holly.  Ventilation via 5 hatches, 8 opening ports and 3 ventilators with screens.

Sails and Rigging

Sail inventory:  Stowaway Main (2013), main (2000), Yankee jib (2009), staysail (2000) by Bohndell. Trisail, storm jib, 130% jib hood, 150% jib and 2 spinnakers.

Double headsail sloop rig with stowaway mast.  Mast height from water line is 60'.  Keel-stepped painted aluminum spar, stainless standing rigging with bronze turnbuckles, swaged terminals.  Furlex roller furling on jib.  Wire and rope halyards and yacht braid sheets.  Spinnaker pole on mast, spinnaker gear, genoa tracks, snatch blocks.  Barient halyard winches, Barient, Lewmar S/T and Meisner S/T sheet winches.  Classic yacht rating 32.4.

Ground Tackle

Anchors:  Bruce type, 66 lb., Luke Kedge, 75 lb., Danforth type, 45 lb.

200 ft., 5/16" anchor chain and two nylon anchor rodes (200 ft. and 300 ft.)

Bow roller and Ideal electric windlass.

Equipment

Par electric bilge pump and 2 Edson Gusher manual bilge pumps, 4 ABC fire extinguishers, emergency tiller, bell, horn, flares, life preservers, 4 safety harnesses, Viking 6-person life raft, 1 horseshoe ring, 2 strobes, 1 searchlight, docking lines, boathook, 6 fenders, spreader lights, man overboard pole, EPIRB, safety harnesses, boarding ladder, bow pulpit, stern rail, double lifelines, dodger, Dyer dinghy, Avon roll-up inflatable, berth cushions, pillows, dishes, cooking utensils, glassware, flatware, and tools.

Electronics and Navigation

Chelsea barometer and clock, Danforth White compass in binnacle, ICOM VHF and single sideband radio.  Furuno and Raymarine radars, Raymarine autopilot, masthead wind indicator, apparent wind/speed indicator, depth sounder and speed/log.  Additional Windex masthead wind indicator.  Charts.

Comments

Elskov's pedigree is truly exceptional as she was designed and built by they very best.  She is from the drawing board of Aage Nielsen and built to exceedingly high standards by the Walsted yard in Denmark.  Originally built for Bradley Noyes of Marblehead, she was the fourth Nielsen design that he  had built, and Elskov offers extraordinary craftsmansip, comfort, sea kindliness and performance.  Elskov's accommodations are spacious, with ample stowage, and superbly crafted and finished in French Walnut.  Her keel centerboard design has a separate skeg hung rudder which enhances performance, and Elskov has performed admirably racing as well as serious long distance cruising.  She has been yard maintained and professionally upgraded under current ownership since 1998 and some of her more notable cruising includes:  

Transatlantic 2000

Baltic and Norway 2001-2002

Svalbard 2003

Norway/Iceland/Greenland/Labrador 2004

Greenland/Baffin/Labrador 2004

Labrador 2008

Hudson Strait/Baffin/Nunavik/Labrador 2013

We feel that Elskov deserves our highest recommendation, and shall be pleased to arrange inspections.

Owner's Reflections

"After seventeen seasons, seven significant voyages, and ten “cruises” ..., I’m finally beginning to learn a little about seamanship and a lot about friendship. I’m also convinced more than ever that a well-found vessel treated with love and respect returns the favor in many small ways, not the least of which is providing safe shelter and transport in harsh environments. Though ELSKOV is now 45 years old, she remains significantly younger than I am, and still possesses the robust athleticism of middle age. Her hull and scantlings are sound. Her systems are up to date. She is ready to go north again tomorrow.

But I am not. I have decided that the time has come to pass on my stewardship to a new and fresher adventurer – one who can appreciate the Neilsen/Walsted pedigree, and one who simply wants a very high quality vessel for short money relative to fiberglass or aluminum.

I’ve said this before..., one of the best compliments I have received came on a watch change in the Denmark Strait, when the off-going watch remarked “You know, I’ve never been on a boat before where everything worked!”

Disclaimer

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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