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Nimble Wanderer- Trailerable Trawler

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Beautiful little trawler. I purchased boat when it was about a year old in 2003.
Used mostly for cruising adventures. Fuel burn at 7 knots is about 3/4 of a gal and hour.
Powered by the legendary yanmar 4jhte-75 hp often used on the big cruising sailboats.
Approx 1400 hours. Tow it anywhere with a 3/4 ton truck. Lots of photos and documentation
I am happy to share.
Asking 75k
 

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What a cute boat! I would love more details if you would PM them or post link that would be great. Does it have AC?
 
Hello
Happy to talk or supply any info. I have lots of photos.
Send me a private message.
Thanks Greg
 
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Beautiful little trawler. I purchased boat when it was about a year old in 2003. She she is 32 feet over in length. Weighs about 8700lbs.
Used mostly for cruising adventures. Fuel burn at 7 knots is about 3/4 of a gal and hour.
Powered by the legendary yanmar 4jhte-75 hp often used on the big cruising sailboats.
Approx 1400 hours. Tow it anywhere with a 3/4 ton truck- no permits or wide load required. Lots of photos ,documentation and info
I am happy to share.
Asking 68k
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Would you send more pictures, is the boat in Newcastle or stored up north?
Contact info also.
Thanks
Rick
 
Beautiful little trawler. I purchased boat when it was about a year old in 2003.
Used mostly for cruising adventures. Fuel burn at 7 knots is about 3/4 of a gal and hour.
Powered by the legendary yanmar 4jhte-75 hp often used on the big cruising sailboats.
Approx 1400 hours. Tow it anywhere with a 3/4 ton truck. Lots of photos and documentation
I am happy to share.
Asking 75k
 
I am very interested in your Nimble. How may I see additional current photos? Where is this vessel located?
 
Not to hijack the thread, but I have a trailer custom fit for a Nimble Wanderer. Sold my Nimble but the buyer didn’t need the trailer. All rebuilt with new hubs, brakes, surge coupler, and wiring / lights. Never in water since the rebuild. PM me if interested.
 

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