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Humber 35, Sea Nymph - SOLD

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Sea Nymph 
Outside Helm
Master Cabin
Work Done


Humber 35, Sea Nymph

Humber 35, Sea Nymph, was built in GRP by F. Booker Marine of Barnsley, Yorkshire in 1985.  There are inside and outside helm positions and a full outside helm canopy gives great protection from spray and the weather. 

The hull had preventative epoxy treatment by Brooms in 2007

Humber 35 Sea Nymph

Semi-displacement hull shape gives good performance in medium seas and economical running at with little wash at low speed

Humber 35 Sea Nymph, Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  38ft 11.58m
Length on Deck  35ft 10.67m
Waterline Length  32ft 9.75m
Beam  12ft 3ins 3.73m
Draft  3ft 0.92m
Displacement  8 tons


UK Small Ships (Part III) register


UK Boat Safety Scheme (BSS) certificate, issued 2014.


She offers up to five berths in three cabins; the owner's cabin aft, having en-suite facilities.

Forecabin; berths either side are approx 2m long
Heads to port 
Galley to starboard approx 2m x 1.2m
Saloon has sideboard to port, U shaped settee to starboard - can be used as fifth berth.
Aft master cabin has a central double bed  with en-suite facilities 

Deck Equipment


CQR anchor on 100ft 3/8ins chain + 20m warp 
Electric anchor winch
Suunto Steering compass
Ensign / staff
Cockpit cushions
Full outside helm canopy

General Equipment



Pots, Pans, Cutlery included


Taylor's Gas stove with two hobs, grill, griddle and oven
Gas bottles in locker in deck - drains overboard

Refrigerator with two star freezer compartment runs off 12Volt ship's supply or shore power mains
2 x ITT Jabsco Sea toilets 

Eberspacher diesel warm air heating 
Pressurised hot and cold water to galley and both heads 
Hot water from engine calorifier and immersion heater 

Engines and Mechanics

Twin Ford Mermaid Majestic 200hp turbo diesels. 
Shaft drive to 26 x 24 bronze propellers 
2 x spare props included
CCTV monitoring of the engine bay adjacent to the inside helm


Water - 100 gallons Stainless Steel
Diesel - 200 gallons Stainless Steel (2007)
Holding - 18 gallons  (2007)

Electrics / Electronics

4 x 12 Volt 110AH batteries - 2 x new 2010, 2 new 2009 arranged as 2 x 24Volt banks


Comprehensive Breaker / switch panel
Shore Power installation
Portable petrol generator 850 W
Battery charger

3 x Vtronix 24 Volt to 12 Volt convertors


Furuno model 1700 Radar
Navman 8084 GPS Chart plotter


Navman depth sounder
Navman depth / log repeater at outside helm


Demek RS 8000 VHF Radiotelephone
Cetrek Autopilot at each helm position

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CCTV in engine space 

Panasonic broadcast receiver / CD  player
Interior lighting
Navigation lights

Safety Gear


2 x lifebelts - one with light
6 x fire extinguishers
Fire blanket
First aid kit


Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
radar reflector

Swim Platform 
Bathing ladder

Shore Gear

Inflatable dinghy (old but serviceable)
Outboard for dinghy

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For further details or to arrange to view, please contact Adrian  Espin at:
- Eastern Yachts
19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: 01206 305 996  or +44 1206 305 996   

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