Iolair is the latest Nordhavn 40 to be listed and is the last 40 built with the naturally aspirated Lugger 668D. From new, her home port has been Oban, Scotland and her cruising ground has been on the West Coast of Scotland cruising the beautiful islands and highlands.
Iolair is in excellent order inside and out, and is a wonderful example of what Nordhavn do best. She is built to CE category A. She does not have a flybridge which gives her a strong purposeful look, just like her sister N40 which circumnavigated the world in 26 weeks back in 2003. Iolair could do the same if you so desire!
Her interior is the standard configuration with satin teak finish. She has been very well maintained and we recommend strongly, viewing her in her home waters. On sunny days she shines, whilst on wet days she is a cosy retreat from the elements. She offers a safe, dependable and comfortable place to be no matter what the elements throw you!
MACHINERY & ENGINE ROOM
Lugger engine LP668D Diesel 105HP
8 KW Northern Lights Generator with sound enclosure
Yanmar 27hp wing engine with Martec folding prop - includes 10 gallon day tank and fuel transfer and filter system
Side power 8 HP Bow Thruster
Engine room fire suppression system with auto engine, generator and blower shutdowns. 12.7kg bottle
and manual shut off cable
Reverso oil change system - plumbed into the main engine, generator and wing engine
Racor duplex fuel filter #75-900 (metal bowls) with vacuum gauges
ABT TRAC stabilizers 220 keel cooled.
Fresh water wash down bow and stern.
Sea Fresh Desalination H204A
Electrical system: 220v 50 cycle with Victron Phoenix Multiplus inverter / charger 230vac 50 Hz
Interior lighting by Cantalupi
Lightening ground system - includes static dissapator at mast head and bronze plate on hull
Satin varnished teak and solid teak flooring throughout (except head).
Good storage cupboards for kitchen equipment and supplies
Seaward LPG Stove
Sub Zero refrigerator
Sub Zero Freezer
Broan Trash compactor
Granite counter tops
Great utilization of space, light and open. All windows fitted with Oceanair blinds. Built in port settee, dining and seating to starboard. Storage under all seating with seat cushions covered in Ultra leather
Well laid out pilothouse with a well thought out packet of instruments. Extra-large chart table to port.
Seating and table. Access to Portuguese bridge from both port and starboard doors.
Raymarine ST60 Speed, depth and wind
Raymarine C120 12 “Multi-function display
Raymarine 24” Radar Scanner
Raymarine E125 GPS
Raymarine Ray 240 VHF
Raymarine S3G Autopilot core pack with Raymarine ST7002 control unit Type 2 Hydraulic Pump
Furuno GP 32 GPS
Nav Text NX 300
Sea Me Radar enhancer
ECH Pilot AIS Receiver
NASA Weatherman Receiver
Ritchie compass mounted in pilothouse.
Double island berth with hanging lockers to port and starboard, plenty of cupboards and draws for personal items. Beneath hinged berth base is a large access to thruster and thru hulls / further storage area.
Two bunks outboard with access to the engine room, hanging lockers
Splendide combo washer/dryer
Large head for size of boat, plenty of room and useful cupboard space
Groco K Electric Head
Large walk in shower cubical with by fold door
EXTERIOR AND DECK HARDWARE
47.63 kg CQR anchor
400 ft - 3/8" BBB chain
Maxwell VWC 2200 windlass
Spurs line cutter on prop shaft
Shelf in chain locker for secondary rode
Mast and boom
Flopper Stopper rig
Lock on Lazarette hatch
Avon Rib with oars, lifting strops, pump and 5 hp Yamaha outboard
Ocean Safety life raft (Valise)
6 x crew Saver auto life jackets
Crockery, cutlery and glasses
Pots, pans and galley utensils
Duvets, pillows and sheets
Cushions and floor mats
Fenders and ropes
Currently about 1800 litres (400 imperial gallons) of diesel onboard.
Iolair is currently out of the water for the winter at Oban Marina, she is in great condition with a full inventory of equipment on board. A viewing is highly recommended if you are looking for a well-engineered and beautifully build trawler yacht which will enable you to cruise either coastal or ocean in comfort and extreme safety.
Asking: £365,000 VAT Paid. CE Category A
Location: Oban, Scotland
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 surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.