About

Roger and Philip:
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Roger and Philip are close fiends and passionate sailors who believe in the transformational effects of offshore sailing. After discovering Nada abandoned in a boat yard, they determined to do everything possible to save her for the benefit of all who will encounter her.

We can be reached at Roger@SailingNada.org or by calling 631 374 7487

ABOUT the boat NADA:
BUILDER: Bluewater Boat / Nigel Calder
DESIGNERS: Colin Archer /
William Atkins
MODEL: Ingrid 38
YEAR BUILT: 1979 LOA: 47′
LOD: 38′
LWL: 32′
BEAM: 11’4″
DRAFT: 5’8″ HEADROOM: 6′ 2″
DISPLACEMENT: 27,000 lbs
BALLAST: 8,000 lbs (lead)
ENGINE: Yanmar (1995)
51 HP with Racor dual stage fuel filter

General Comments:
This bluewater Ingrid has a glamorous history. She is the famous “Nada” that previously belonged to best-selling marine author Nigel Calder. This well-known boat has appeared on the cover of Cruising World (November 1997), and Ocean Navigator (November/December 1992). She has been featured on a Hallmark calendar (1990, “The Adventure of Sailing” calendar) and has appeared in many magazines including Sail, Cruising World, Ocean Navigator, Professional Boatbuilder, Yachting Monthly, and Yachting World. Although her hull was laid up in 1979, she was not launched until 1982, and underwent an extensive refit in 1995 which included conversion from a ketch to a cutter, a new mast, boom, and engine. In 2003 she got a new mainsail and heavy 130% genoa with new Hood Vectran sails.

Accommodations & Layout:
The forward peak is a storage locker. The V berth has storage under for sails and bulky food. Aft to starboard is the head with shower and tub. To port is the chart table, storage drawers, and hanging locker with storage outboard of hanging locker. In the main salon to starboard is a wine cabinet with leaded glass front, book shelves and a 6′ settee which can be converted to a double berth by removing the folding leaf table. To port is a settee with sea berth outboard, both of which have lee cloths. Aft of the main salon to starboard is the U shaped galley with deep double stainless steel sinks, a 3-burner Force 10 stove and oven. To port is a chart table with freezer and refrigerator below, using a Grunert holding plate system with separate holding plates for freezer and refrigerator. Aft of the galley is the companionway and engine compartment.

Tankage:
Fuel: 52 gallons total in 2 tanks (32/20)
Water: 196 gallons in 3 tanks (38/80/78)
Holding: 20 gallons (approx.)

Electrical:
2 x 8D house(500 AH) batteries
1 group 27 starting battery (2014)
Breaker panel: separate ac and dc
Battery selector switch
Meters: Balmar SmartGauge (2016)
Heart Freedom 10 battery charger
Ample power alternator
Heart Freedom 10 (1000W) inverter
Shore power cord
Heating: Force 10 propane
Heart Interface monitor

Navigation & Electronics:
Autohelm 2000 autopilot
Ritchie 6″ compass (2016)
Swoffer depth sounder (2001)
Standardhorizon Eclipse DSC VHF (2015)
RayMarine e127 Multifunction Display (2016)
RayMarine class B AIS (2016)
RayMarine tri-ducer Depth, Temperature, Speed (2017)
RayMarine T111 Multifunctional wireless dual display (2017)
RayMarine T112 Multifunctional wireless analogue display (2017)
RayMarine T120 Wireless wind transmitter (2017)
Lopolite 2-mile tri-color (2016)
Sailomat self steering vane

Galley:
Grunert separate refrigerator and freezer
Force 10 propane 3-burner stove, oven with broiler and lower heating unit (2016)
Double sink
Fresh and seawater manual pumps
Freshwater filter (2017)

Plumbing:
1 head with shower, and single basin
Groco toilet, model K-H (2002)
Fresh water manual pump in head
Hot & cold pressure water system
2 stage water filters (2017)
Water heater: 6 gallons
Bilge pumps: 2 manual(2017)/ one electric (2016)
Thru hulls: 3 below water line
Stainless steel domestic plumbing
Jabsco electric domestic water pump (2001)
Jabsco accumulator tank (2001)

Speed:
Cruising: 6 knots
Maximum: 7+ knots

Hull and Deck:
Rig type: cutter (1995)
Mast clearance, 55′
Full keel configuration
Transom hung rudder w/aperture for prop
Dyneema life lines (2016)
Lewmar 40 EVO primary headsail winches (2017)
Lewmar 30 secondary headsail winches
Lewmar 40 Ocean series halyard winches
Lewmar 40 Ocean series reefing winch

Spars & Rigging:
Mast – Isomat (1995) – 48′ from deck
Boom – Isomat (1995)
Vang (1995)
Dual spinnaker poles on mast tracks (1995)
Profurl roller reefing for headsail

Sails:
Total sail area – approx. 950 sq ft
Main – Hood Vectran (2001)
130 Genoa – Hood Vectran (2001)
Hood staysail
Light air 130 Genoa

Canvas:
Bimini, Sunbrella, green
Soft dodger (part of bimini) (2016)
Full cockpit Sunbrella enclosure (2000)
Full boat awning
Varnished bright-work covers (2016)

Ground Tackle:
Lighthouse 1500 anchor windlass
CQR 45#, with 125′ chain
Danforth 45#, with 10’chain + 300′ rode
Danforth 45#, with 500″ rode

Additional Equipment:
2 horseshoe collars (2001)
15 life jackets (2016)
5 sets foul weather gear (2016)
4 fire extinguishers (2017)
Fully stocked safety ditch bag (2016)