Nicholson 44, Angelique
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Angelique, 44' Classic Nicholson Sloop SOLD

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Mid Cabin


Nicholson 44, Angelique

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 Keel Keelbolts are heavily Galvanised Steel.

Nicholson 44, Angelique

Nicholson 44, Angelique, Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  44ft 13.41m
Waterline Length  33ft 10.06m
Beam  11ft 3.35m
Draft  7ft 3ins 2.2m
Sail Area 973 sq ft 90.4 sq m
Displacement  13.73tons 10,500kg
Thames Tonnage  17 


Six berths in three cabins
V-Berths in the forepeak
Two single berths in the mid cabin, port and starboard
Then heads to starboard lockers to port
Two settee berths either side in the main saloon
Galley to port, cupboards and lockers to starboard
Alcantara upholstery in cabins and saloon

Rig, Sails and Spars

Mast head sloop twin spreader rig
Keel stepped mast
Anodised alloy spars
Stainless steel standing rigging (checked 2008)
Mainsail - Doyle (2004)
170% Genoa - Doyle (2004)
Olympic battened Jib - Doyle (2004)
Spinnaker - 
Genneker - Doyle (2004)
Medium Genoa - Ratsey and Lapthorn - (1961) - beautiful!
Heavy Genoa - Ratsey and Lapthorn - (1961) - beautiful!

Deck Equipment

CQR anchor on 60m chain + warp
Electric anchor windlass
Danforth style stainless steel anchor 
Sestrel steering compass 
Bimini (2004) 
Alcantara cockpit cushions (2008)

Nicholson 44, Angelique

All over sun protection / winter cover (2008)

General Equipment

Gimballed Stainless Steel Basculant cooker with hobs, grill and oven (2003)
Refrigerator (12Volt)
Pressurised hot and cold water system to heads sink / shower and galley 
Hot water heated by engine (Calorifier) and 220V  Immersion heater
Pots, Pans and Cutlery included
Manual pumped Sea Toilet


Yanmar 51hp diesel (1996) - Totally rebuilt,  2003, fully serviced and painted, 2008
Three bladed propeller
Cruising speed under engine ~ 6 knots; fuel consumption ~ 3 litres per hour 
Range under engine ~ 150 nm


Water - 200 litres in Stainless Steel tank
Diesel - 100 litres in stainless Steel tank
Holding -

Electrics / Electronics

2 x 150 AH 12 Volt batteries
60 Amp alternator on engine
Mastervolt Battery charger
Autohelm ST50 Wind 1996
Autohelm ST50 Wind magnifier 1996
Autohelm ST50 Speed 1996
Autohelm ST50 Depth 1996
Autohelm ST50 Multi (chart table) 1996
Autohelm ST50 GPS receiver 1996
Autohelm ST50 Radar (the Antenna is missing) 1996
Autohelm 7000 Autopilot 2006
Laptop PC + Navigation software.
Interior lights
Navigation lights
Anchor light

Safety Gear

3 x Fire extinguishers - all in-date
Flares - all in-date
2 x manual bilge pumps
Electric bilge pump
Radar reflector
Boarding ladder

Shore Gear

Honda RIB (2004)
Honda 2.3hp outboard (2004)

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19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: 01206 305 996  or +44 1206 305 996   

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