Designed by the legendary Bruce Farr, and built out of Kevlar and Divinycell for exceptional strength, Nadia IV is a great example of the Farr 40 One Tonne designs. This vessel is a veteran of 11 Sydney to Hobart Races, won both line honours and handicap in the Sydney to Noumea race, and has continued to be enjoyed for local cruising and racing. The vessel also worked for many years as the training vessel for Teki Dalton's Adventure Sailing School, where it proved to be both exciting and easily managed by new crews. With such an impressive pedigree, this vessel now presents an excellent opportunity to either bring her back into her racing glory, or simply enjoy cruising on a safe, capable, and fun yacht. With a freshly painted deck and varnish work, and comfortable interior, this vessel offers excellent versatility for any level of sailing. Whether you want to socially race in twilights, round the cans, or make the most of the 8 berths on board sailing with friends and family, this vessel can do it all in style!
Stepping inside, this vessel has far more creature comforts than the modern race yacht! Its interior is a charming mix of timber and white finishes, giving a warm and traditional feel. The comfortable saloon has two generous settees that double as single berths, complete with lee cloths. There are also two double berths aft, and two single pipe cots. The galley is to starboard and features a two burner metho stove, 12V fridge, stainless steel sink and freshwater. Forward is an excellent area for sail storage, with the toilet discreetly behind the bulkhead. The nav station completes the package is is centrally located behind the companionway stairs.
On deck, the generous cockpit is well laid out for either cruising or racing. There are quality self tailing winches throughout and all lines are lead back to the cabin top for easy sail handling. There is excellent access around the wide side decks, and an anchor winch on the bow, before for days cruising with friends and family.
This vessel is powered by a 30HP Yanmar Diesel Engine. This has had a Cylinder Head overhaul completed by Spectrum Engineering approx 20hrs ago and is in good condition. This provides easy cruising at 5 to 6 knots, and there is excellent access for easy servicing.
With its strength, capability, and versatility, this is a vessel that offers many options. Priced to sell, an inspection is highly recommended. For more information please call Jo Breen on 0432031100 or John Radonic on 0459322862.
Derwent Boat Sales offers the information on this vessel including condition, in good faith as provided by the Owner/Vendor. While confident about the accuracy we cannot Guarantee or Warrant it but will assist any prospective purchaser verify this as part of the purchase process.
Hobart Region Kettering TAS
39' 11" - 12.17m
Keel / Ballast
Fin Keel with Lead ballast, F/Glassed to hull
Yanmar 3QM30 Marine Diesel engine
Cylinder Head overhaul completed by Spectrum Engineering approx 20hrs ago
2L per/hr approx. At cruising speed
5 to 6 knots
Shaft drive with 2 Bladed folding propeller
300L in 2 X Bladders
2 X Double Quarter berths
2 X Single Saloon berths with Lee clothes
2 X Pipe Cots
The galley is aft of the main for'ard bulkhead and to starboard including 2 Burner Metho stove, Twin Stainless steel sink with manual fresh water hand pump, good storage and Large top opening 12V Fridge to port.
Large 12v Top Opening Fridge
2 Burner Metho stove
1 X Electric Marine toilet
Atlanta AM / FM Radio and CD Player
Nilsson Electric anchor winch
Danforth and CQR anchor with chain and warp
8 x Safety Harnesses
1 x Electric, 2 x Manual
3 x Fire Extinguishers and 1 X Fire blanket
12V Electrical system with fuse board and isolator switch
1 X 12V Engine start battery and 1 X 12V House battery
Uniden VHF Radio
1 X No. 1 Headsail
1 X No. 2 Headsail
1 X No. 3 Headsail
1 X No. 4 Headsail
1 X Storm jib
1 X Trysail
1 X 0.75 Spinnaker
1 X 1.5 Spinnaker
Mast / Rigging
Aluminium Mast, Boom and Spinnaker pole
Fractional Double spreader rig with Jumper strut.
Rod Standing rigging last replaced 2002
2 X Barlow 28 S/T Sheet winches
2 X Maxwell 26 S/T Sheet winches
2 X Maxwell 28 2 Speed S/T Runner winches
2 X Maxwell 24 S/T Halyard winches mounted on cabin top
1 X Barient 22-39 2 Speed S/T Halyard winch
All lines leading back to cockpit with Rope Clutches