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The cutter-ketch-rigged Camper and Nicholsons 58 (Nicholson 58) Roxy is a great combination of elegant liveaboard and take-no-prisoners sea-going passagemaker. She has the beautiful lines of the best of the designs of her time, stately and lovely in an anchorage. Her interior is chock full of high-quality joinery from high quality materials – this is an interior that will outlast any owner. She features three large cabins to sleep 6 or 7, as well as a large galley and salon space for a spacious and relaxing liveaboard lifestyle. Upstairs she features a large cockpit to spend evenings at anchor in comfort.
All of this belies a very quick-sea going vessel that will get you where you want to go. She’s clocked countless 250-mile days in her time, but with her 50,000-plus pound displacement, she does it with grace and ease and with comfort for the crew. In an era where the phrase “Bluewater Cruiser” is thrown around willy-nilly, Roxy an example of the real deal.
The cutter-ketch sailplan provides so many options to get you where you’re going. As you can see in the pictures as well as the 4 “white” sails, there is also a spinnaker and mizzen spinnaker, and Code Zero to get you going on light-air days.
When the wind dies and it’s time to motor, the combination of the 115 HP Westerbeke and the Hundested continuously variable pitch 24” 3-blade prop will get you home with surprising fuel efficiency.
The vessel is constructed to the highest standards of marine engineering, hand built at the legendary Camper & Nicholsons yard. She's stoutly built of solid fibreglass/kevlar sandwich below the waterline and cored above. It is interesting to note that Sir Robin Knox-Johnson chose this hull (with a few modifications) for his fleet of 8 adventure yachts to race around the world. His version of the vessel, which became known as the CLIPPER 60 were the first yachts to participate in the Clipper Round The World Yacht Race.
The current owners of the vessel have had her for some time and have built on that strong foundation, taking great care of her. They have invested without hesitation whenever maintenance or improvements were required.
Features or Traits to consider:
Remarkable Performance: Thrilling ocean sailing is at hand as the Camper & Nicholsons 58 Ketch regularly achieves 250-mile days. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a novice, her responsive handling and superior design ensure an exhilarating and smooth ride.
Classic Elegance: The 1984 model projects timeless charm with a classic ketch rig, combining traditional beauty with modern functionality. Her sleek lines and teak accents make her a head-turner in any marina.
Spacious Interiors: Inside the living spaces is where the craftsmanship of the Camper & Nicholsons yard really shines. The spacious salon features plenty of natural light, and the acres of beautifully-finished teak interior glows. Accommodations include multiple cabins for friends and family, with plenty of space for lounging and living.
Well-Equipped Galley: The large and fully-equipped galley allows you the space to prepare fantastic meals while at anchor or at sea. Huge preparation areas, ample storage space, an excellent cooker, and large fridge and freezer make cooking a pleasure.
Excellent Maintenance: This yacht has been lovingly maintained and regularly serviced, ensuring that she is in pristine condition for her next owner. A complete log of service records is available for your peace of mind.
**Part of the history of this vessel is that she received some cosmetic damage in Hurricane Ivan in Florida in 2004. The boat was trucked by the current owners to the Great Lakes where she was repaired, refit and refurbished to a very high standard over the course of a couple of years. Please contact the broker for details.**
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