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Nordhavn 64 "Luna Spirit"
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Luna Spirit


Nordhavn 64



Hull #:





LRC w/fwd. Pilothouse


Jeff Leishman


Ta Shing


Series 60 Detroit Diesel rated @ 400hp (1103 hrs.)









Tankage (approx.):



4 tanks totaling 3200 gals.


500 gals.


Solid Fiberglass Laminate


176,000 lbs.


11,000 internal lead


Nanaimo, B.C.




Don Kohlmann
email: don.kohlmann@nordhavn.com
phone: 206.223.3624

Mark Gilbert
email: mark.gilbert@nordhavn.com
phone: 206.223.3624

Michelle Anderegg
email: michelle.anderegg@nordhavn.com
phone: 206.223.3624

Brief Overview


Luna Spirit is a forward pilothouse version of the Nordhavn 64/68 series models, one of the most successful models in the Nordhavn line to date.  The 64/68 models are now veterans of many transoceanic passages.  The owner of Luna Spirit is a very mechanically astute former owner of a company specializing in heavy equipment operations, where he relied heavily on diligent maintenance to ensure his success.  He has extended the same philosophy to the operation and maintenance of Luna Spirit .



Layout Overview


Enter from the cockpit through the aft salon door.  The interior wood is cherry.  The layout is asymmetrical, so the salon is expansive, with an L-SHAPED dinette to port and two Stressless chairs to starboard.  Joinerwork to starboard provides a lot of storage space and houses the flat screen TV on a lift.  The galley is forward of the salon, and has all of the accouterments of creativity for the most accomplished cook.


Extensive sound attenuation measures add to comfort onboard.  The salon and galley soles are constructed using a 2” Nida Core system.  The salon carpet has ¼” Soundown decoupler layer.


To starboard are the easy access steps down to the owner’s stateroom and also steps that continue down to the engine room, utility room, day head, and crew’s quarters.  Just inboard of the steps down are the steps up to the pilothouse. 


The steps themselves are inlaid with Vetus synthetic anti-skid material. 


The master stateroom spans the full beam of the boat where it is situated.  It has a queen size bed, open space and a lot of storage space organized in drawers and lockers.  Large opening ports flood the stateroom with light and provided cross ventilation.  There is a master head ensuite with a large stall shower, Tecma toilet, granite-topped vanity, and ebony and cherry cabin sole.  There is also access to the guest staterooms forward from the master as well.


Leading forward and out of the master into a hallway there is access to the two guest staterooms.  The hallway also serves as a landing from the forward steps down from the pilothouse.  Beneath the landing there is access to a large mechanical and storage space – somewhat akin to having a midship lazarette – with water system components, and further access to gray and black water system components.


The starboard guest stateroom has a single bed with a pull out pipe berth above.  The bed has drawer storage below it and locker storage above.  There is pocket door access to the port guest stateroom also. 


The port guest stateroom is forward most in the hall, and has a double bed with drawer storage under and locker space forward.  There is also access to the guest head forward shared with the starboard guest stateroom.  Below the sole of the port guest stateroom there is another larger mechanical space that actually has enough room to store five-gallon buckets of fluid in addition to gaining good access to the mechanical components installed there.


The pilothouse is, simply stated, a comfortable place to gather and spend time on longer passages, or as a dining area with a view.  There are two adjustable Stidd helm chairs, and a beautifully displayed instrument array featuring three Nauticomp 19” Signature Series displays among the other navigation/communication electronics mounted there.  Just aft of the helm chairs is a dinette that can accommodate four to six comfortably.  Just aft of the dinette is the double watch berth, a great feature for off watch crew or overflow sleeping - just the kind of configuration that grandkids love.


From the port forward section of the pilothouse there are steps down to the forward guest staterooms or to the forward entrance to the master stateroom also.  In the starboard aft section of the pilothouse there are steps providing interior access to the flybridge.


Continuing down the steps from the salon past the master stateroom is a day head with shower (which would also serve the crew quarters) the utility room, with its washer and dryer, and main electrical distribution panels, and access to the crew quarters all the way outboard to port. 


The crew quarters is configured with over and under bunks, drawer shelf and locker storage, and an opening port. 




·      Main Engine:  Series 60 14L (1103hrs.) Detroit Diesel, continuous duty rating of 400hp@1800 rpm, Airsep crankcase ventilation

·      Gear box is Twin Disc 5114 with 3.43:1 reduction

·      Optional main engine fuel priming pump system

·      Optional main engine centrifugal crank case ventilation system cleaning pump

·      Optional 1500-watt Hotstart warm water circulating block heater system for both MTU main engine and Lugger wing engine, are very effective for engine room heat as well

·      Wet exhaust on main engine

·      Algae-X fuel treatment system

·      Engine controls – DDEC IV electronic at six stations – pilothouse, flybridge, port and starboard Portuguese bridge wing stations, aft cockpit, and engine room

·      Engine instrumentation:  Three electronic display modules – pilothouse, flybridge, and engine room

·      Two 4D main engine start batteries connected in series

·      Stainless steel rail around engine

·      Spurs line cutter on main engine shaft

·      Wing Engine:  Lugger 668D (297 hrs.), with dedicated shaft and 3-blade Gori folding propeller to provide a completely redundant propulsion system

·      Spurs line cutter on wing engine shaft

·      Wing engine controls:  Twin Disc electronic at pilothouse and flybridge stations

·      Wing engine has isolated 20 gallon tank filled through fuel transfer system

·      ABT hydraulic system with two pumps – one on main engine and one on wing engine – 38hp bow and stern thrusters, anchor wash pump (180 gals/min.), Maxwell 4500 windlass with controls in pilothouse and on flybridge, emergency bilge pump (180 gals/min.)

·      Hydraulic system pressure gauges have all been replaced and needle valves added to the system to prevent oil loss from gauge failure.

·      Murphy gauge system to monitor hydraulic oil system and provide early warning in the event of oil level reduction or over temperature condition

·      TRAC #300 stabilizer system with controls in pilothouse and on flybridge

·      #1 Generator:  Northern Lights 25 kW 537 hours (located in engine room)

·      60 Hz 120-240 vac, single phase with sound enclosure

·      Remote start/stop panel in engine room, below electrical distribution panels, and in pilothouse

·      Stainless steel ceramic lined exhaust elbow (2010)

·      #2 Generator:  Northern Lights 16 kW 1238 hours  (located in engine room)

·      60 Hz 120-240 vac, single phase with sound enclosure

·      Remote start/stop panel in engine room, below electrical distribution panels, and in pilothouse

·      Stainless steel ceramic lined exhaust mixing elbow (2010)

·      Generators can be paralleled with each other, or paralleled with shorepower sources handle load demands

·      Tempered Water air-conditioning System with reverse cycle heat (can be operated on 50hz or 60hz) with air handlers in the following locations:  Starboard guest cabin, (port guest cabin, utility room, crew cabin, engine room, master stateroom, salon/galley, and pilothouse.  Note:  the system has undergone the Dometic prescribed full recall measures and has been fully updated.

·      Air-conditioning system has auxiliary electric heat strips

·      Additional air-conditioning cooling pump for back-up

·      Central vacuum system

·      MTU operations manuals




·      Reverso oil change system on all engines

·      Stainless steel tool chest

·      Air-conditioning register

·      Stainless steel sink with faucet

·      Three bilge pump counters




·      AC electrical system supplied by two 240-volt 50-amp shorepower inlets and on 120-volt 30-amp shorepower inlet

·      12kVA Isolation-boost transformer on ship’s service shorepower inlet

·      12kVA Isolation-boost transformer on Air-conditioning service shorepower inlet

·      Two Trace SW4024 kW 24-volt inverter/battery chargers with remote control panels.   The inverters are installed series (“stacked”), allowing 120-volt or 240-volt inverted power.  The electrical panel is fitted with an inverter bypass in the event of inverter failure.

·      Two Glendinning cord retrieval systems installed in the transom.  One is for ship’s power service and the other is dedicated to air-conditioning service.  Each has a 100’ shorepower cord. 

·      Charles 80-amp charger operating at 240-volts 50 or 60hz, as back-up to inverter/chargers

·      Fourteen Hella DC fans throughout the interior

·      Many of the overhead lights have been changed to LED type




·      Village Marine 800 gallon per day watermaker with UV sterilizer

·      Watermaker membranes replaced in (2013)

·      Heads have Y-valves for direct overboard discharge

·      Master and forward heads have Y-valves for direct overboard discharge of sinks and showers

·      Black water tank capacity:  150 gals.

·      Gray water tank capacity: 150 gals.




·      Granite counter top with bull nosed edges

·      Sub-Zero 700 series refrigerator w/2 freezer drawers below

·      GE LPG stainless steel cook top with searails

·      GE stainless steel electric convection oven

·      GE “Advantium" microwave oven

·      Miele 18” dishwasher

·      ¾ hp Insinkerator garbage disposal

·      Soap dispenser next to sink

·      Floor is cherry and ebony

·      Pantry pullout storage




·      Two additional (optional) overhead hatches

·      Phantom roll-out screens on aft salon door and starboard forward door

·      L-shaped dinette

·      Two Ekornes “Stressless” chairs on starboard side

·      Dry bar -glassware storage forward

·      Sub-Zero wind refrigerator forward of dinette on port side

·      TV in lift on starboard side

·      Carpet over ebony and cherry sole had Soundown padding beneath




·      Floors carpeted

·      Queen size bed with custom mattress

·      Night stands are wider than standard

·      Three large opening portlights with screens

·      Settee on starboard side with drawers below

·      Hanging lockers are cedar lined

·      TV on forward bulkhead




·      Interior finish is gloss white

·      Floor is cherry and ebony

·      Tecma fresh water flush head

·      Exhaust blower

·      Granite vanity top




·      Bosch washing machine and dryer

·      Pull-out laundry folding table

·      Day-head with custom fixtures and Tecma toilet

·      Easy engine room access




·      Easy access from salon area without entering other staterooms – serves as head for port side crew cabin

·      Large stall shower

·      Gloss white interior finish

·      Tecma toilet

·      Granite vanity top




·      Accessible through utility room without entering other staterooms

·      Over and under bunks

·      Drawer and locker storage

·      Light laminate panels on bulkheads

·      Opening port

·      Easy access to day head




·      Offset double bed with custom mattress

·      Locker and drawer storage

·      Access to the forward head – shared with starboard guest stateroom

·      Pocket door in longitudinal bulkhead for access to starboard stateroom

·      Two opening portlights with screens

·      Carpeted floor




·      Single bed with custom mattress

·      Drawer and locker storage

·      Two opening ports

·      Pull out pipe berth above single bed

·      Drawer and locker storage

·      Carpeted floor

·      Changing seat

·      Access to forward guest head shared with port stateroom




·      Tecma toilet

·      Granite counter top

·      Custom sink and fixtures

·      Cherry and ebony floor

·      Exhaust blower




·      Two Stidd “slimline” fully adjustable helm chairs

·      Double-wide “watch berth” aft of settee

·      Large hanging locker

·      Pull out printer shelf

·      Large dinette table and settee with chart drawers under

·      Pull out Phantom screens for port and starboard pilothouse doors

·      Inside stair access to the flybridge

·      Plenty of dash panel space for electronics

·      Beautiful large gathering or dining area




·      Furuno NavNet2 12 kW radar system – model RPU 015

·      6’ radar antenna for 195X series radar

·      3ea. 19” Nauticomp Signature Series Monitors

·      ARPA NavNet plotter card

·      Nobeltec IR2 radar system

·      Simrad AP25 autopilot

·      Simrad FU25 follow-up steering system on flybridge and pilothouse

·      Two redundant Accusteer autopilot pumps

·      Furuno SC50 satellite compass

·      Icom M504 VHF radio with remote mic

·      Comrod AV100 23’ VHF antenna

·      Speco 30-watt hailer horn

·      Simrad loud speaker horn

·      Furuno black box depth sounder displayed on RD30

·      1kW high performance transducer

·      Furuno GP37 WAAS differential GPS

·      Seatel Coastal 24 with USA LNB

·      Comrod 8’ am/fm antenna

·      Airmar PB150 weather station

·      Furuno RD 30 remote display unit for Airmar weather sensor

·      Furuno HP transducer 235 kHz with temperature

·      Furuno 150 AIS transponder with display

·      Comrod 8’ VHF antenna

·      Applied Science Iridium docking station with antenna

·      Comrod 8’ cellular antenna

·      3-watt digital cell amp

·      Icom M802 single sideband radio with AT140 tuner

·      Comrod AT3H2 23’ single sideband antenna

·      Newmar ground shoe

·      Three Raymarine CAM 100 closed circuit video cameras

·      Nobeltec Trident Navigation Suite - new 2014

·      Nobeltec chart region ZR903 - Alaska to Acapulco


·      Digital antenna XM or XMWX antenna

·      RCA Direct TV HD satellite receiver

·      New ship’s computer - 2014

·      Syrens Wi-Fi amplifier/wireless router

·      KVH 500 Satellite Dome w/ Tracphone FB500, and 500kbps data download. (Uses KVH M-7 dome)

·      Onboard Security system and ship’s monitoring system – YachtAid Marine remote GSM cellular phone voice reporting system – includes motion detection and smoke detection.  Has external speakers mounted on stack for sounding alarm

·      3ea. Raymarine CAM 100 closed circuit video cameras – two mounted in engine room and one mounted and a third camera mounted in the cockpit directed aft.

·      HP printer/scanner in pilothouse

·      Ritchie Powerdamp compass – 1ea. in pilothouse and 1ea. on flybridge

·      ACR RLB-35 Epirb (2013) in date until 2015




·      Voluminous storage area

·      Includes chocks for storing 5-gallon fluid containers

·      Two U-line freezers

·      Emergency tiller storage




There are several custom specifications incorporated into the deck layout of Luna Spirit, including the stainless steel American Outdoor barbecue installation in the cockpit module that also includes a sink. 


There is a dinette table and settee aft in the cockpit.  The dinette has a removable leaf in the table.  The cushions were recently upholstered as well. 


There is an additional hawse pipe near the starboard bulwark door.  The teak caprail on the transom has been primed and painted with linear polyurethane for reduced maintenance. 


·      American Outdoor stainless steel barbecue grill

·      Third propane tank

·      Airitex davit extends to 13’-9” with a rated load of 1000kg

·      Freshwater washdown spigots on foredeck, cockpit, boat deck, and two in the engine room

·      Scandvik cockpit shower

·      Stidd helm chair on flybridge

·      400’ of ½” hi-test anchor chain

·      Airitex 300lb. stainless steel plow anchor

·      Flopper stopper roll-stabilizing system of use at anchor – port and starboard

·      Two flood lights mounted on hard top for illuminating foredeck and forward

·      Electric warping winch in cockpit

·      15’ Novurania center console tender with Evinrude E-Tec 90hp outboard engine.  Custom stainless steel arch, ski bridle and downrigger mount.  Also has Lowrance fish finder and GPS unit.




·      Seafire fixed system fire extinguishers – three systems:  Engine room (model FE-1500-M) with automatic engine shut down system, Lazarette (model FD-700-A) with discharge alarm, Forward bilge area (FD-300-A) with discharge alarm.

·      Bilge pumps – Four Par-Jabsco 24-volt electric pumps with Ultra float switches, three Edson model #638 manual pumps, one Pacer 180 gal/min. hydraulic pump plumbed to all water tight compartments, Rule 3700 high-water bilge pump system in engine room with high-water bilge alarm panel in pilothouse.

·      Switlik 8-person life raft mounted in a cradle on the boat deck




·      Numerous spares for pumps and systems

·      Racor filter elements





·      Artwork

·      Tools

·      Personal effects




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.



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