1913 Matthews Motor Yacht

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Virginia Beach, VA

NYMPH

$3,000,000

The Nymph yacht is a historic, 1913 early American motorboat with an Edwardian Old World Charm that is currently up for sale and currently docked in Virginia Beach, Va. The Nymph is the last of a special breed, a beautiful fiberglass hull with 30-year T&T hauls with a 50-ton lift. 
This is an amazing vessel that has been meticulously restored over an eight-year period.
The yacht was originally built in 1913 by the Matthews Boat Company out of Clinton, Ohio. The Nymph yacht is currently for sale at a price of $3,000,000

Please see the detailed history of this unique vessel at:
www.nymphyacht.com
The following list of equipment was purchased new for the restoration and rebuild of the NYMPH
1. John Deere tier 3 6068TFM752. Onan Cummings 17kw3. Twin Disk GM-5094. 2 Vetus thrusters 24-volt separate battery systems to include chargers.5. Seakeeper No. 56. 2 Victor battery chargers and batteries7. Racor fuel filtering system8. Rule bilge pumps9. 2 Rule 4000 emergency pumps10. 2 Coast Guard approved fuel tanks11. 4 Webasto heat pumps to include circulating pumps and sea strainers12. 1 Raritan Atlantis head and 1 crown head with masteraters13. Holding tank valves and hoses14. Webasto refrigeration unit15. Garmin GPS MAP 521516. Garmin VHF17. Simard MP 70 Auto Pilot18. All new breaker panels, switches, and wiring19. Air compressor and 50-foot hose20. 2021 all-new canopy, drop curtain, and tender covers21. Torro hot water heater

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Yacht Masters.

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Specifications

  • ModelMotor Yacht
  • Model Year1913
  • LOA75 ft
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandJohn Deere
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Disclaimer
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.