Mark Cameron Yachts

Belliure Bellimar 890


Incredibaly well built motor cruiser.



Lying: Oban, Argyll, United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelBelliure Bellimar 890
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
LyingOban, Argyll, United Kingdom


Hull ConstructionPlaning hull with twin engines


EngineTwin, Yanmar 4BY2-180. 180hp @ 4000rpm. 4-cylinder, turbo charged, common rail, indirectly cooled diesel engine. EU/RCD Tier 2 compliant. Can Bus NMEA 2000 connectivity. Yanmar KMH40A hydraulic reversing gearbox
Engine Hours476
Fuel Capacity440l


Drinking Water Capacity160l


The Belliure Bellimar 890 was the manufacturer’s entry-level offering. Maintaining the same high build quality found on the larger Belliure built vessels while boasting a sporty and capable planing hull form. Built in small numbers the Bellimar 890 is boat that will turn heads in any marina and a rare find in the UK.

A twin-engine example of the Bellimar 890 LADY M has the ‘owners layout’ with a double bunk forward, additional occasional single berth and the linear galley in the wheelhouse. Ideally suited for a couple. Her extensive inventory includes highlights such as:

Twin Yanmar 4BY2-180, 180hp marine diesel engines, cruising speed of 18-20kts
Vetus 1.5kw tunnel mounted thruster
Bennett trim tab system with position indicator
Garmin autopilot system with hydraulic drive
Garmin GPSMAP 7012 MFD display with radar and chart plotter functionality
Garmin GMR18HD scanner mounted on wheelhouse roof
Garmin GPS17 NMEA2000 GPS Antenna
Garmin VHF100i DSC VHF
Waeco Perfect Power 1000w invertor
230V -12VDC battery charger
Dometic Origo A100 spirit stove
Samsung 230VAC microwave oven
Webasto Airtop 2000ST heating system
Electric anchor windlass
RIB tender with outboard
Further photos and link to video available upon request

Wintering ashore in Creran Marine near Oban, Argyll the Belliure Bellimar 890 is available for immediate viewing by prior appointment.

BELLIURE was founded on 1953 by Vicente Belliure in Calpe, (Alicante), Spain. The business was founded around the construction, repair and maintenance of wooden commercial fishing vessels. In 1974 a division of the company was formed to specialise in the construction of motor and sailing yachts for the leisure market. With the new division came a change of construction methods with the company adopting the then new practises of Polyester reinforced with Vidrio Fiber (PRFV).
More than 170 boats in PRFV were built, including models of 30, 35, 40, 41 and 50 feet of length. All designed by Peter Ibold in collaboration with D. Vicente Belliure. BELLIURE have kept pace with modern advances in boatbuilding updating their facilities with the most modern equipment and machinery. They employ sophisticated techniques to manufacture boats with polyester and epoxy resins, Kevlar and Carbon cloths combined with vacuum and infusion consolidation processes.


Hull Construction:
GRP moulded hull
Deep-V hull sections forward, flattening off aft
GRP formed internal structural members
Plywood bulkheads
Topsides finished in white gelcoat with maroon style stripes
Underwater hull finished in red antifouling

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
GRP moulded deck and superstructure, incorporating self-draining cockpit
Raised bulwarks around side decks
Moulded non-slip texture finish to cockpit sole, side decks and coachroof top
Alloy framed wheel house windows
Stainless steel frames tri-fold door to access cockpit
GRP moulded bathing platform

Dual rudders
Cast bronze construction


Port Engine
Yanmar 4BY2-180
180hp @ 4000rpm
4-cylinder, turbo charged, common rail, indirectly cooled diesel engine
EU/RCD Tier 2 compliant
Can Bus NMEA 2000 connectivity
Yanmar KMH40A hydraulic reversing gearbox
Yanmar CAN Bus engine display showing RPM with LCD display panel to show other engine data
Yanmar CAN Bus single lever engine controls

Starboard Engine
Yanmar 4BY2-180
180hp @ 4000rpm
4-cylinder, turbo charged, common rail, indirectly cooled diesel engine
EU/RCD Tier 2 compliant
Can Bus NMEA 2000 connectivity
Yanmar KMH40A hydraulic reversing gearbox
Yanmar CAN Bus engine display showing RPM with LCD display panel to show other engine data
Yanmar CAN Bus single lever engine controls

Maintenance & Performance:
Engines professionally serviced on annual basis during current ownership
Engines last serviced November 2023
Port engine running hours at December 2023 – 476hrs
Starboard engine running hours at December 2023 – 469hrs
Cruising speed – 18-20kts
Top speed – 25kts

Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel propshafts
Waterfed, Volvo Penta type dripless sternglands
Bronze P-bracket
4 blade bronze props
Vetus single station hydraulic steering

Bow Thruster:
Vetus 1.5kw tunnel mounted thruster
Push button control panel at helm

Trim Tabs:
Bennett electro-hydraulic trim tab system
Rocker switch type control at helm station
Position indicator at helm station

Garmin hydraulic drive autopilot system
Garmin GHC10 control head
Garmin GHP10 drive control unit
Garmin hydraulic drive pump unit


Voltage systems:
12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system

Shore Power System:
Extension lead to connect to shore supply
Single 16 amp connection point
Hardwired RCD protected system
3 pin UK sockets, battery charger, immersion heater, engine space tube heater

Battery Banks:
Port Engine Battery – Number? 12VDC, lead acid
Starboard Engine Battery – Number? 12VDC, lead acid
Domestic Battery – Number? 12VDC, lead acid

Waeco PP1002 Perfect Power inverter
12VDC – 230VAC, 1000w continuous output

Battery Charger:
230VAC – 12VDC charger, hardwired
30amp twin bank

Single alternator mounted on each engine
Alternator capacity 150amp

Battery Monitor:
BEP Marine DC Meter on ships switch panel

Other Electrical:
Windscreen Wipers – Stainless steel panograph arms for both forward facing windscreens
Screen washer


Fresh Water:
Pressurised hot and cold water system
Mixer tap in galley
Mixer tap in heads, extending for use as shower
Deck shower with hot and cold water
Hot water provided from calorifier

Grey Water:
Drains from galley sink and heads wash hand basin discharging to grey water tank
Grey water tank discharged overboard by manually actuated macerator pump

Black Water:
Heads discharging overboard or to holding tank
Holding tank discharged by gravity overboard or via deck suction outlet

Bilge Pumps:
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump x2


Twin fuel tanks
Stainless steel tank construction
Approximate tank capacity 220ltr each
Total approximate capacity 440ltrs

Fresh Water:
Twin fresh water tank
Plastic tank construction
Approximate tank capacity 80ltrs each
Total approximate capacity 160ltrs

Hot Water Tank:
KUUMA insulated calorifier
Approximate capacity 24ltrs
Immersion heater, 230VAC, 1500w

Grey Water Holding Tank:
Single holding tank
Plastic tank construction
Handling waste outlets from galley sink and heads wash hand basin
Discharged overboard by macerator pump

Black Water Holding Tank:
Single holding tank
GRP tank construction
Approximate capacity 40ltrs
Gravity overboard discharge or via deck suction

Tank Monitoring:
Analogue gauges for fuel and water tanks


At Helm:
Plotter/Radar – Garmin GPSMAP 7012
Radar Scanner – Garmin GMR18HD scanner mounted on wheelhouse roof
GPS – Garmin GPS17 NMEA2000 GPS Antenna

Communications Equipment:
DSC VHF – Garmin VHF100i


Galley Stove – Dometic Origo A100 spirit stove, single burner
Microwave – Samsung 230VAC
Fridge - Waeco front loading fridge with icebox
Stainless steel sink
Folding mixer tap with hot and cold taps
Selection of crockery, cutlery, pots, pans and other utensils.

Jabsco manual marine toilet
Mixer tap, extending for use as shower head
Wash hand basin

Heating & Ventilation:
Webasto Airtop 2000ST diesel fired blown air heating
Thermostatic cabin controller
Insulated ducting

Overhead lighting throughout interior
Engine space lighting

Pioneer CD/radio head unit
Pioneer speakers in wheelhouse


Summary of Accommodation:
Double berth forward
Heads compartment with shower
Saloon seating within wheelhouse

Accommodation Finish:
Joinery work of veneered plywood with solid timber trims
Soleboards finished in traditional style timber veneer
Joinery work and soleboards finished in satin varnish
Corrian worktop in galley unit
White GRP mouldings to form bases of furniture
White GRP moulded heads compartment
Corrian countertop in heads
Teak sole grating in heads
White GRP moulded headlinings with varnished timber trims
Red fabric upholstery
Fitted curtains for wheelhouse side windows
Fitted blinds for deck hatches

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
Accessed by companionway steps from wheelhouse
Double bunk offset to port side forward
Access to bow thurster by lifting forward section of bunk base
Storage drawers and locker beneath aft section of bunk
Hanging locker inboard of bunk forward
Bench settee running along starboard side, converting to single berth.
Ships switch panel mounted above aft end of settee.

To port side of forward cabin area, aft of bunk.
Manual Jabsco marine toilet outboard forward
Counter top aft with inset wash hand basin
Vanity locker beneath countertop

Helm station forward to starboard with dedicated helm seat.
Engine dash panel and electrical switched forward of steering wheel
Garmin MFD displaying chart, radar and nav data mounted forward in pod unit
Double bench seat to port with worktop for chart work forward
Storage locker beneath seat unit with door to access inboard

Located aft of helm station to starboard side of wheelhouse.
Self contained galley within countertop unit.
Lid lifting up to provide access to galley worktop with inset single burner stove and stainless steel sink
Storage drawers and lockers beneath worktop
Inbuilt 230VAC microwave below drawers and above locker
Front loading fridge fitted beneath helm seat forward.
Double bench seat opposite galley to port with storage locker beneath


Canvas Work:
Cockpit Canopy – With windows on sides and aft. Door in way of transom gate.
Cockpit Cushions – Fitted cushions for seat mouldings with backrest cushions to fit over guardrails
Window Covers – Fitted covers for wheel house side windows and front windscreen

Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – Stainless steel Bruce anchor on galvanised chain rode
Electric Anchor Windlass – Electric windlass, mounted within anchor locker. Foot button controls on foredeck. Secondary control at helm station
Fenders – Selection
Mooring Warps - Selection

Tender – 2.3m inflatable RIB with GRP hull. Transom mounted beaching wheels
Outboard - Mariner 6hp 4-stroke with external tank

Single bow roller built into bow
Stainless steel grabrail and stanchions running around top of bulwark
Stainless steel mooring cleats forward, midships and aft
Below deck level anchor locker accessed by double opening deck hatch forward.
Anchor windlass located with locker
Walk around decks
Stainless steel grabrails along outboard edges of wheelhouse roof
Steps down into cockpit at aft end of side decks to port and starboard
Bench seating to port side of cockpit aft with storage locker in based of seat moulding
Lifting deck hatch to provide access to aft end of engine space.
Stainless steel frames tri-fold doors to access accommodation.
Removable composite cockpit table.
Transom gate to starboard providing walk-thru access to bathing platform.
Fold down swimming ladder on bathing platform


General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:
Running lights
Anchor light

Life saving:
Liferaft – 4 person Valise liferaft last serviced 2021
KIM MOB recovery system

In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice

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