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Nordhavn 76 "Eliana"
Nordhavn 76 Eliana




Nordhavn 76




77’-9” (23.7m) with 18” extension


70’-6” (21.03m)


21’-0” (6.4m)


7’-8” (2.34m)


252,000 lbs. (114.31 mt)


20,000 lbs. (9.9 mt) of internal lead


3935 US gals. (14,895 l.) split between five storage tanks


600 US gals. (2,271 l.)


MTU Series 60 14l. (1908 hrs.)                                    535 hp @2100 RPM

Wing Engine:

Lugger 1066T (128 hours) 125 hp @ 2200 RPM

Primary Generator:

Onan 40kW (1049 hrs.)

Second Generator:

Onan 32kW (1306 hrs.)

Third Generator:

Onan 11.5kW (1098 hrs.)

Shorepower Service:

(100-amp) Atlas 37.5 kva shorepower transformer and frequency converter system

Range (approx.):



Seattle, WA

Asking price:



Don Kohlmann or Dave Balfour


Eliana is hull #17 of the Nordhavn 76 series. By the time that she was launched, Nordhavn 76’s had already made several trans-oceanic passages. To date she has run up the Pacific Coast to Alaska, and out into the Pacific to Hawaii and back to the Pacific Northwest where she is currently moored. She is a beautiful, comfortable boat that has had every maintenance detail tended to. With her fluid capacities, and electrical and mechanical specifications, “Eliana” becomes a comfortable and adaptable living environment anywhere in the world. The alliterative phrase “Elegant Eliana” states it perfectly.


General Arrangement


“Eliana” has been built as an aft pilothouse model with port and starboard side decks as opposed to the standard starboard side deck-only arrangement of the Nordhavn 76. The aft pilothouse model has a large open arrangement with the salon joining the galley at the forward end. The result is an airy and social environment on the main deck. Eliana is beautifully appointed with simple and contemporary soft goods and furniture. The interior joinery is predominantly African cherry (makore), with accents of wenge in areas such as bed pedestals and smaller furniture.


Step aboard from either side deck and enter the interior through the port or starboard side doors, or aft cockpit/salon door. The salon space feels comfortable right from the start. The cabin sole is covered in a Donegal tweed natural wool carpet. The overhead panels are detailed in wood and contrasting fabric covered panels. The installed furniture is plush and comfortable. To starboard is an L-shaped sofa, and to port cabinetwork forming storage lockers forward along the outboard side of the salon. Forward on the starboard side is an armchair and table with lamp. Above the wood joiner work the walls are sheathed in a woven textured fabric covering that is reflective and warm. Taken all together, the interior soft goods add to the already considerable standard sound attenuation measures that are incorporated by Nordhavn in the construction process, which also include rubber gasketed doorjambs throughout the interior.


Next forward on the starboard side is the galley with a functionally shaped marble- topped counter defining its perimeter, and providing efficient dining or serving surfaces. The galley is perfectly configured for dining or entertaining. Along with the pilothouse, it serves very well as a social gathering place.


The appliances in the galley are all first quality and beautifully integrated into the cabinetwork.


Flexibility of operation – crew accommodation


The Nordhavn 76 is deceptively easy to maneuver and to run. In fact, many 76’s are run by a cruising couple, just as “Eliana” has been by her owners. Among the advantages are five control stations: pilothouse, port and starboard wing stations on the Portuguese bridge, and aft cockpit station. But, should the owners elect, the interior layout will also accommodate a basic crew of captain and mate. (See “Captain’s Cabin, below for details)




·   African cherry wainscoting with light-toned woven textured wall fabric above

·   Valances for window coverings

·   L-shaped free standing sofa to starboard

·   Free standing upholstered arm chair

·   Free standing dining table with four upholstered chairs

·   Wenge wood coffee table

·   Donegal tweed natural wool carpet over Sounddown sound attenuation carpet pad material

·   Entry doors with Phantom pullout screens aft from cockpit and forward from port and starboard side decks

·   Full height hanging locker just inside port forward entry door

·   Wet-bar at port forward end of salon with stainless steel under mount sink, granite counter top, glass mosaic tile backsplash, drawer storage under and locker storage over with under locker task lighting

·   China locker forward and outboard on port side of dining area

·   Center overhead panels of salon covered in contrasting Majilite Novasuede fabric



Galley Features:


·   Marble countertops

·   Three fixed bar stools at galley counter

·   Mosaic tile backsplashes

·   Tiled galley sole

·   Abundant drawer storage including a large pot and pan drawer below the cooktop

·   Y-valve for direct overboard discharge of galley sink drain

·   Pantry with pull out shelves

·   Navnet3 8” multifunction display mounted to starboard in galley

·   Appliances:

·   2ea. Sub-Zero mdl. 700 refrigerators with freezer drawers, one with icemaker

·   Miele induction cooktop – safe onboard

·   Miele stainless steel vent hood

·   Bosch dishwasher

·   Miele baking oven

·   Sharp Microwave oven

·   Monogram trash compactor

·   Franke PRX-160 stainless steel two-bowl sink

·   Grohe Ladylux faucet

·   Sub-Zero wine cooler


Guest Day Head:


·   Conveniently located to port opposite the galley

·   Tecma head


Master Stateroom:


·   Wenge wood bed pedestal with drawer storage under

·   King size bed – with upholstered headboard

·   Custom bed linens

·   LED overhead lighting

·   Custom sconce lighting

·   Walk-in closet outboard to starboard

·   Desk outboard and aft to starboard

·   Deck hatches for light and ventilation

·   Additional sound insulation beneath bed in master cabin


Master head:


·   2ea. Nameeks square #8025D semi-recessed sinks

·   Toto soiree sink faucet

·   Toto soiree shower heads and mixing valves

·   Tile sole

·   Full height mirror on head side of door


Lower deck:


Down several steps from the galley area is the lower deck with two guest staterooms and a utility room with access to the engine room


VIP Guest Stateroom Starboard:


·   Walk-around queen bed on pedestal of wenge wood with drawer storage under

·   Custom bed linens

·   Adjustable reading lights

·   Full height hanging locker

·   Book shelves above night stands fore and aft of the bed

·   Vanity with drawers and mirror forward in the stateroom

·   Full height mirror on stateroom side of entry door

·   Carpet on sole

·   Quarter cut cherry wainscoting with woven texture wall covering above

·   Two opening ports above head of bed





Guest head starboard:


·   Semi- recessed sink with Toto soiree sink faucet

·   Tiled shower with seat and Toto soiree shower head and mixing valve

·   Tiled floor

·   Marble counter top

·   Tecma head


Guest Stateroom Port :


·   Offset bed with queen dimension at the tapering to double bed dimension at the foot

·   Custom bed linens

·   Upholstered headboard

·   Custom reading lamps

·   Full height beveled edge mirror on back of entry door


Guest Head :


·   Nameeks square #8025D semi-recessed sink

·   Toto soiree faucet

·   Tiled stall shower

·   Tecma head


Laundry/utility room:


·   Bosch washer and dryer

·   Marble counter top


The engine room:


·   Pacific Custom Marine engine room door

·   Bound edge carpets for sole

·   Stainless Steel topped workbench with tool drawers to starboard

·   Bench vise on workbench

·   Electronic engine control

·   DDEC digital engine monitor display for main engine

·   Powerview digital display for wing engine

·   Tool drawers

·   Air-conditioning air-handler




·   Bauer JR II –E1 Dive compressor

·   Excellent access to mechanical and electrical systems including air-conditioning chillers, inverters, second and third generators, battery banks, high current busses, and steering system.

·   Emergency tiller storage

·   Air-conditioning air handler dedicated to lazarette space




Captain’s Cabin:

The pilothouse features a captain’s cabin in the starboard aft quarter that includes a single berth with drawer storage under, foldout work desk, and head with separate shower stall. Upper section of forward captain’s cabin is glass, affording a clear view of operations, and a view aft from helm station.


Additional Pilothouse Features:


·   Cherry and ebony cabin sole

·   Overhead panels covered in Majilite Novasuede fabric

·   2ea. Stidd helm chairs upholstered in Ultraleather “Ostrich” fabric

·   Upper and lower instrument consoles for best legibility of nav/com instruments

·   Essential function/safety control panel on upper console with Sea Fire alarm indicators for Lazarette, Engine Room, Mid-bilge and Forward bilge areas, Navigation light switch cluster, high water bilge alarm mimic lights showing which pump is running, pump control switches, ventilation blower switches, hydraulic system component control switches, and an alarm for water in the fuel system supply tank sump.

·   Raised dinette area with Ultraleather covered settee cushions, wenge wood adjustable dinette tables, and drawer storage below settees.

·   Drinks fridge installed in starboard side of settee face


Pilothouse Head:


·   Separate stall shower

·   Marble vanity top over under mount sink

·   Tecma head

·   Mosaic tile backsplash

·   Cherry wainscoting with light panels above

·   Opening window

·   Tiled sole


Navigation, Communication, and Entertainment Electronics:


The Nav/Com instrument package on “Eliana” is flexible, efficient, has plenty of redundancy, and represents a “best of breed” approach to the component selection. Please note the presence of the KVH V7 mini-VSAT satellite communications system.


Pilothouse Nav/Com Electronics:


·   4ea. 19” Nauticomp display monitors - each Navnet 3D black box is displayed on two of the monitors

·   Simrad AP50 autopilot – simply recognized as the premier workhorse pilot

·   2ea. Accusteer autopilot pumps – this is true redundancy where you want it most

·   Simrad FU 50 (follow-up levers) located at wing steering stations port and starboard on the Portuguese bridge – they work very much like the Kobelt lever, except that they activate rudder movement through the autopilot.

·   Simrad autopilot remote – will function just as the main autopilot display head

·   Furuno SC50 satellite compass – provides heading information for the autopilot, chart plotter, radar and AIS

·   Furuno GP37 GPS – can supply GPS information for any purpose on the NMEA bus

·   2ea. Simrad fluxgate compasses – provide heading information to the autopilots whenever desired

·   2ea. Furuno Navnet 3D “Black Box” (BB) configurations each displays on two of the Nauticomp monitors

·   12kW ultra high-definition radar with 6’ array can be viewed on any of the four displays or overlain on the plotter charts.

·   6kW ultra high-definition radar that can also be view on any of the four displays or overlain as above

·   Max Sea software suite runs on a PC at the desk aft and port in the pilothouse

·   The Navnet 3D units are networked to the Navnet 12” multi-function display on the flybridge and the Navnet 8” multi-function unit in the galley

·   Furuno FA50 AIS transponder

·   Furuno DFF1 depth sounder module networked to the Navnet 3 system. Transducers provide 600 watt or 1kW power and 50khz and 200khz frequencies

·   Furuno windpoint/windspeed instrument in upper console

·   2ea. Icom 604 VHF radios – one is on the flybridge and one is in the pilothouse. Each has its own antenna for redundancy. There is a command mic for each unit so that the pilothouse unit may be operated from the flybridge and vice versa.

·   Icom 802 single-sideband radio with antenna tuner

·   KVH V7 Mini VSAT system – includes 2ea. Telephone lines and 24/7 internet connection for web and email.

·   Wave WIFI amplifier for broadband connections when there is WIFI available in marinas or other locations.

·   PC computer with 27” Apple screen – networked with the Navnet system and running MaxSea navigation software. Weather and all of the Navnet 3D information including radar and AIS can be displayed in the MaxSea software. MaxSea software includes and automatic log function that incorporates ship’s information.

·   iMac computer – uses Apple screen and functions for maintenance logs and entertainment.

·   Network server with 6TB of storage on a RAID network drive. All files from computers are backed up on it including network storage from charts to movies.

·   Chelsea clock and barometer mounted on upper instrument console

·   Ritchie steering compass

·   EPIRB mounted on aft face of pilothouse

·   An APC uninterruptable power source

Flybridge Nav/Com Electronics:


·   Furuno Navnet 3 plotter mult-funtion display,

·   Kobelt steering lever in lieu of steering wheel uses hydraulic power from main engine and back-up pressure from a generator mounted hydraulic pump. Having the lever in lieu of the wheel save room between the helm chairs and the instrument console.

·   Kobelt analog rudder angle indicator

·   Simrad AP50 autopilot

·   Icom VHF radio

·   Ritchie steering compass

·   Autopilot remote plug

·   Icom VHF command mic plug


Entertainment Electronics


·   46” Samsung LED TV screen on lift portside in salon

·   Sonos music systems in five areas (salon, cockpit, pilothouse, upper aft deck and flybridge. The system has internet radio and Pandora capability, in addition to I tunes capability.

·   Ethernet and wireless connections are available for guests packing laptops aboard.


On deck:


·   Teak planked overlay in cockpit, on side-decks, and on transom platform

·   Fore deck, bridge deck, and flybridge deck all have molded in anti-skid pattern

·   Port and starboard side decks

·   Line locker port forward on side deck

·   Bulwark boarding on each side deck

·   Transom boarding door into cockpit from transom platform

·   Dutch entry doors to salon/galley area from port and starboard decks – doors are fitted with phantom insect screens

·   Access doors – bulwark and transom

·   Transom Step – width 18”

·   Custom stainless steel telescoping boarding ladder is integrated into transom platform rails

·   Dual hydraulic Maxwell 4500 hydraulic windlasses with band brakes and chain stoppers mounted forward of them

·   2ea. Commercial grade Freeman anchor locker deck hatches

·   Windlass section of the foredeck is isolated from the main deck with a low coaming to contain debris from the tackle. This area drains to the waterline to prevent debris streaking the topsides

·   Fixed hydraulic anchor washdown nozzles fed by 180 gal/min. hydraulically powered pumps

·   Tender is mounted on removable stainless steel bunks




·   Awning

·   Storage

·   Dining table with settee and canvas cover

·   Transom door

·   Miele #KM411 electric barbecue


Foredeck – Through Portuguese bridge:


·   Tender gasoline fuel tank in Portuguese bridge locker. Two additional lockers available for storage on Portuguese bridge

·   Molded anti-skid pattern

·   Ground tackle area

·   Tender

·   Davit – Marquipt rated at 2,500 lbs. (1000kg)

·   Deck storage box on centerline below stowed davit position

·   2ea. Recess deck storage lockers port and starboard just aft of windlass deck


Flybridge Deck and Control Station:


·   2ea. Stidd helm chair

·   Sliding fiberglass cover for instrument console and the following instruments:

·   Furuno Navnet 3 plotter mult-funtion display, Kobelt steering lever and analog rudder angle indicator, electronic engine control, DDEC main engine instrument display, Simrad autopilot, Maxwell windlass control/chain counters (2ea.), Icom VHF radio, Ritchie steering compass, bow and stern thruster controls, stabilizer control panel, autopilot remote plug

·   C-shaped dinette seating with table to starboard

·   Access to aft sun-deck with two chaise lounges

·   Stainless steel safety rail around sun deck

·   Hard top over flybridge

·   Miele electric barbecue mounted in storage console aft on flybridge deck





·   Interior light switches are laser engraved for function identification

·   Interior Overhead lights are Cantalupi “Susy” 105 CLL power LED warm white

·   Exterior overhead lights are Cantalupi “Susy” 105 CLL power LED cool white

·   Overhead adjustable lights are Cantalupi eyeball “Viareggio” power LED

·   Pilothouse Downlights – dash only are Cantalupi “Diana” 85 CLL power LED warm

·   Pilothouse overhead Red lights - Cantalupi “Diana” 85 CLL power LED

·   Engine room lights are fluorescent overhead

·   8ea. Underwater lights – four in transom and 2ea. Port and starboard

·   Carlisle and Finch 200 watt 120-volt searchlight with controls in pilothouse and on flybridge

·   LOPO – LED Navigation lights, including restricted maneuverability lights

·   Imtra dimmers are used for various lighting

·   A Complete list of interior lighting throughout the boat is available upon request – there are many sconce, reading and task lights of various hues throughout.





·   Detroit MTU Series 60 diesel main engine rated at 535 hp, keel-cooled with dry exhaust,Twin Disc 3.43:1 gear, and 3.5” Aquamet 22 propeller shaft.

·   Spurs line cutter on main shaft

·   Kahlenberg horn with compressed air lines run to fittings on fore deck, cockpit and engine room

·   Lugger 1066T wing engine with dedicated shaft and folding propeller – rated at 125 hp at 2200 RPM

·   Nordhavn gravity feed fuel system consisting of a 45 gal. reservoir tank supplied by five storage tanks, for a total capacity of 3935 gals. (14,895 l.)

·   Fuel storage tanks are of fiberglass laminated with vinylester resin for long term corrosion resistance. Each tank is fitted with a large inspection port for interior access. Each tank has removable internal baffles for full internal access if necessary for maintenance.

·   The largest tanks outboard in the engine room are fitted with site gauges. In addition, all tanks are fitted with a Hart pneumatic Tank Tender level gauge.

·   The wing engine has its own 23 gal. (87 l.) aluminum day tank, which is filled via the fuel transfer system ensuring that all fuel stored in the tank has been filtered enroute.

·   Fuel transfer system using an Orberdorfer pump. Anytime fuel is transferred from one tank to another, or back to itself, the fuel is run through a Racor 1000MA fuel filter/water separator.

·   Oil change system

·   ABT TRAC 370 active fin stabilizers with 16 sq. ft. fins for easily operated, effective roll resistance

·   Full ABT hydraulic system – includes: Hydraulic pressure pumps mounted on both the main and wing engines, providing power to the 50hp bow and 38 hp stern thrusters, Maxwell anchor windlasses, Pacer 180 gal./min. Emergency bilge pump, and 180 gal./min. anchor chain wash pump. The ABT hydraulic system is one of the reasons that the Nordhavn 76 is easy for two people to handle in and out of the dock, or on and off the anchor.

·   Kobelt steering system – The hydraulic steering system takes power from a pump on the main engine, but has a back-up pump on the 37.5 kw generator also in case the main engine is shut down for some reason. The rudder is actuated when any of the steering levers is moved. There are levers at all control stations except for the engine room.


HVAC - Air-conditioning

The air-conditioning/reverse cycle heating system on “Eliana” is a Dometic/Cruisair “tempered water” (chiller) system consisting of 3ea. chiller units and 11 air-handlers for all of the interior spaces and the engine room. The tempered water system is the most efficient system for a boat of Eliana’s size. The lazarette has its own dedicated, 12,000 BTU, Cruisair self-contained system separate from the chilled water system.


·   Total capacity of the system is 108,000 BTU/hr.

·   The tempered water logic control system allows controls the operation – sequence and number of units online – of the chillers, which are located aft in the lazarette

·   Cruisair mdl. SMX keypad controllers (thermostats) mounted in each space for temperature and fan control




Listed below are some of the most notable electrical specifications for “Eliana”. Among them, the Atlas Shorepower Frequency Converter gives her the capability to adapt easily to any port in the world.


·   Primary generator – Onan 40kW

·   Second generator – Onan 37.5kW

·   Third generator – Onan 11kW with hydraulic PTO for steering system pressure back-up

·   Atlas 37.5 kVA power shorepower transformer system will accept power from any single on three-phase power source from 180-530VAC and 40-70 hz, and then output 240VAC at 60hz.

·   2ea. 3.5kW Outback VFX3524 inverters are mounted in the lazarette, and provide 120VAC power to the 120VAC 60 hz Inverter Service panel.

·   Inverter bypass switch to route power directly to the panel in the event of an inverter failure.

·   Victron 100-amp 24vdc battery charger mounted in the lazarette to provide back-up or supplementary battery charging capacity

·   Main electrical distribution panel for AC and DC circuits located between salon and galley starboard side

·   House battery bank is eight 8D Lifeline AGM batteries in 24-volt configuration (1020 amp-hrs., prox.)

·   Main engine start batteries – 2ea. 4D Lifeline AGM in 24-volt configuration

·   Wing engine and 40kW starting batteries – 2ea. group 31 Lifeline AGM batteries in 24-volt configuration

·   32kW and 11.5kW generator starting batteries – 2ea. group 31 Lifeline AGM batteries in 24-volt configuration

·   4ea. Underwater lights mounted in the transom

·   Glendinning shorepower cord retrieval system in transom

·   75’ 50-amp shorepower cord

·   100-amp three-phase to 100-amp single phase shore cored adapter

·   100-amp three-phase to 50-amp shore cord adapter

·   Two 50-amp to one 100-amp “smart Y” adapter

·   Ethernet wiring to several areas onboard




·   Water tank (600 gal. 2,268 l.) – fiberglass molded with vinylester resin and coated with food grade gelcoat on the interior surface. Also has a large man-hole sized inspection port and interior baffles

·   2ea. Village Marine #PW-800-SM 800 gal./day watermakers with one media filter and remote panels mounted in upper console in pilothouse

·   UV sterilizer in fresh water line after the pressure pump

·   Primary fresh water system pump is a 120-volt AC powered a Headhunter Mach 5 pump

·   There is also a Headhunter X-Caliber 24-volt DC back-up pump for the fresh water system

·   Water system manifold easily accessed in engine room


Additional Items:


·   15.5’ Bullfrog rigid tube, aluminum bottom tender with 60hp fuel injected four-stroke Honda outboard.

·   Spares kits organized in cases from “Wheelhouse Technologies” consistent with their “offshore” recommendations

·   Comprehensive as-built Owner’s Manual with electrical and plumbing drawings

·   Bauer JR II –E1 Dive compressor mounted in lazarette

·   3ea. Scuba tanks in lazarette

·   Two bicycles in like-new condition

·   All tools, which are generally enough to maintain “Eliana”

·   Full maintenance for systems and equipment are available online

·   Brand new 10’ inflatable dinghy equipped with new Torqeedo electric motor

·   Most of the galley ware, except where excluded, that includes pots, pans, utensils, and plates

·   2ea. 6-person Switlik life raft each mounted in stainless steel cradle with hydrostatic release on the pilothouse deck.

·   Sentry safe in master cabin

·   At-anchor “flopper stopper” passive stabilization system

·   Stainless steel stem guard plate at water line

·   Anchor snubber “towing” eye low on stem




“Eliana” has a very impressive list of items included in the sale specifications; however, the following items are specifically excluded:


·   3ea. B&W family photos aft on the wall in the salon

·   Culinary knife set in galley

·   Large flat skillet in galley

·   Wine in cooler

·   Diving wetsuit and buoyancy compensator

·   Some books

·   Personal files

·   Personal computer files

·   Clothing and personal effects


Location: Seattle, WA             Asking: $3,950,000



The company offers the detail for 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.


Contact listing brokers:

Don Kohlmann, Nordhavn Yachts, Seattle WA: don.kohlmann@nordhavn.com

Dave Balfour, Nordhavn Yachts Northeast, Portsmouth, RI: dave.balfour@nordhavn.com

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LOCATED: Seattle, WA
Salesman: Don Kohlmann

DISCLAIMER: The company offers the detail for 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.