Sold - More craft like this required - please call us!
For current listings click on HTTP://www.EasternYachts.com
Angelique is a Nicholson 44, designed by Charles Nicholson (design no. A 227),
built to Lloyds' +100 A1 by the Clare
Lallow shipyard in Cowes, England, and launched in 1961. Construction is
Mahogany on Oak, Copper fastened, with Steel reinforcement by the mast. The coachroof sides
and cockpit coamings are Teak; the decks are Teak laid; she has a Cast Iron
She offers 6 berths in three cabins. Mechanical propulsion is by Yanmar 51hp
Her first owner was Sir Kenneth Norman Rudd. Until 1969 Angelique regularly took part in the Solent regattas off the
South of England, including races that are part of yachting history, including the Fastnet
Race in 1961 and 1963. In 1969 she was sold to Sir Peter Laurent Hunt, a member of the
Royal Cruising Club; he had a considerable impact on the life of Angelique: after two
seasons preparation Sir Peter and a companion set sail on a round-the-world voyage that was
completed in 1993.
Nicholson 44, Angelique, Approximate Dimensions