Charles Wittholz (1918-1993), studied naval architecture at the University of Michigan and MIT, and before striking out on his own, worked for John Alden and Philip Rhodes. Among the more notable of his designs are the Dickerson 35 sailboat, the Cheoy Lee 52 and 53, and the Dyer Dhow (9’), designed in 1949, of which 6,500 were built. He designed a number of catboats and custom power trawlers.
NIZANICE (ex “APOLLO II” and “SARAH JEAN”) was a custom design and was built in Yale, Michigan in 1995 by Bedy & Sons Marine. She measures 72’ X 62’ X 19’10” X 5’6” and has a displacement of 180,000 lbs. Her hull is ¼” plate, cabin sides 3/16” and upper deck 1/8”.
NIZANICE has had only three owners. She spent her first five years on the Great Lakes, then moved to CT where she spent her next five years. She has been based out of Boston, MA for the past five years.
NIZANICE features two helms, one in the pilothouse and a second on the flybridge. She has a main salon measuring 15’ X 27’ and accommodations for six in three cabins, each sleeping two. She is powered by twin 300 hp Cummins diesels with under 350 hours on each. She also has two Kohler generators, one 8 KW, the other 20 KW. A bow thruster was added in 2003. A custom air conditioning/heating system was recently installed. She has a fuel capacity of 3,200 gallons and a water capacity of 1,200 gallons. She cruises comfortably between 9-11 knots and has a top speed of about 13 knots. Fuel consumption at cruising speed is reportedly 10 gallons per hour.
NIZANICE is a unique offering, with little on the market with which she may be compared. While designed and originally intended for use as a pleasure yacht, she has would also have great potential as a charter vessel or a liveaboard. She is currently in the water, fully commissioned and may be easily inspected.
For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:
Cell phone: 617-694-8455
Features master stateroom and two guest staterooms, sleeping six.
Main salon is furnished with sofas, end tables, coffee table, and a circular dining set and is paneled in chestnut with a painted wainscoat above. Chestnut storage cabinets. Combination of Berber carpeting and wood flooring. Custom roman shades and accessories. Combination TV/DVD/CD. Yacht is wired for cable/SAT TV throughout. Overhead lighting and wall sconce lighting.
Master stateroom is finished in light oak cabinetry with matching oak paneling and white painted wainscoat above. Two hanging lockers and oak storage locker. It features a double bed and an adjoining head. Head has a Vacu-Flush toilet, vanity, and light oak cabinets. Head and walk-in stall shower both have tiled floors. . .
Guest stateroom #1 is finished with maple cabinetry with matching maple paneling and white painted wainscoat. It features a double bed and an adjoining head. Head has a Vacu-Flush toilet. Head and walk-in tiled shower both have tiled floors.
Guest stateroom #2 is finished with cherry cabinetry with matching cherry paneling and white painted wainscoat above. It features two twin beds with memory foam mattresses and an adjoining head. Head has a Vacu-Flush toilet. Head and walk-in tiled shower have tiled floors.
Galley features chestnut cabinets, an electric four-burner stove with oven, full-size refrigerator/freezer (additional deep freezer below in utility room), microwave oven, and is equipped with flatware, cutlery, cooking utensils, and pots and pans.
Half-bath features Vacu-Flush toilet, vanity, mahogany-finish cabinets, and a tiled floor.
Utility area features a washer/dryer, utility/laundry sink, 9 cu. ft. deep freezer, 15' counter with cabinets below. Dark wood paneling with white painted wainscoating above.
Pilot House features a Honduras mahogany console with navigation equipment, matching paneling and custom-built chart table with drawer storage for charts. Chart table top folds out to double its size for use with full-sized charts or for use as a table for the pilot house crew.
Flybridge is accessed via several steps from pilot house. It features fitted settees with custom cushions covered in Sunbrella, interior lighting, Sunbrella bimini, custom-made cocktail table, six folding chairs. Upper deck accessible from fly bridge.
Battery complement includes two banks of four deep-cycle batteries for house, two deep-cycle engine starting batteries, two deep-cycle generator starting batteries, and one battery with a separate trickle charger for the bow thruster.
Yacht is equipped with one 50 amp shore power cord and two 30 amp cords.
There is a 15 KW isolation transformer and buck booster to 220 volts AC, also a 2,500 watt inverter, a 12 volt battery charger, and a 32 volt battery charger.
20 KW Kohler diesel generator, reconditioned in 2003.
8 KW Kohler diesel generator, reconditioned in 2005.
In addition to the two 300 horsepower diesel propulsion engines, there are two diesel generators, a 20 KW Kohler reconditioned in 2003 and an 8 KW Kohler also reconditioned in 2005. The generators each have 250 hours and are equipped with panels in the main salon for starting and monitoring. The main engines are Cummins 300 horsepower naturally aspirated diesel engines. A Vetus bow thruster was installed in 2003.
At Upper helm: Raytheon R21XX radar, Raytheon R430 loudhailer, Raytheon Ray 201 VHF radio transceiver, Autohelm ST7000 autopilot, Autohelm Navdata display, compass.
At lower helm: Autohelm 7000 autopilot, Autohelm GPS, Autohelm Navcenter display, Autohelm rudder angle indicator, Autohelm depthsounder, Autohelm electronic compass, Ritchie compass.
Stern steel swim platform with ladder up to cockpit. Two custom storage lockers with custom Sunbrella covers. Ideal electric anchor windlass.
1984 17' Stingray tender with trailer and 115 hp Mercury two-cycle outboard, 10' West Marine inflatable dinghy with Honda 8 hp four-cycle outboard. Electric windlass. Plow anchor, Danforth anchor. 300' of 2" double braid nylon. Another 140' of 1.5" nylon double braid. 300' three-strand 3/4" nylon anchor rode. Three 42" fenders, Five 30" fenders. Three fender boards. Custom Sunbrella covers for all doors and windows. Upper deck spotlight. Stern deck spotlights. Three life rings. 7 PFD's. Air horn. Ship's bell. Assorted tools and engine spares.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
190 Lincoln Street
Hingham, MA 02043