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Nordhavn 64 "Medallion"




Nordhavn 64




2006, June 25th


64' 9" / 19.51M


59' 2" / 18.03M


21’  / 7.0M  

Minimum Draft: 

6' 10" / 2.08M


195,000 lbs. / 83.91MT, (Dry)


Approx. 16,200 lbs. 


Jeff Leishman

Hull Color:


Boot top:    

Arocoat Red/Black




Light Grey

Hull Number: 



3,200 US gals. / 12,227 L


547 US gals. 

Main Engine: 

MTU Series 60 14L 475 HP@2100 RPM dry stack, 6360 hrs 

Max Speed: 

10.5 knots

Cruise Speed: 

8.5 knots

Wing Engine:  

Lugger L1064A, 752 hrs

Primary Generator: 

Northern Lights 25KW, 5820 hrs

Secondary Generator: 

Northern Lights 25KW, 5662 hrs


Ft. Lauderdale, Florida




Eric Leishman
email: eric.leishman@nordhavn.com
ph: 949.370.8433

Ted Robie

email: ted.robie@nordhavn.com
cell: 561.307.9104
office: 561.653.1932

For more information, please contact your Nordhavn sales person or the office nearest you.


“Medallion” is hull number 1 of the Nordhavn 64 series.  She has a Dee Robinson interior.  She is heavily outfitted with the finest marine equipment and proven as an offshore cruiser whose experienced owners have cruised the east coast and island all while meticulously maintaining her.  “Medallion” has been owned and looked after by one owner and a professional crew since delivery in 2006. The owner and captain maintain and run “Medallion” to the very highest of standards.

General Arrangement

The teak wood was selected from old world logs, which is no longer available. Extensive raise panel work was beautifully executed by PAE’s best master joiners. In fact it took longer to build "Medallion’s" interior than hull number two. “Medallion” was built as a forward pilothouse model with the full asymmetrical saloon or known as a wide body.  Enter from the cockpit through the aft salon door. All lights throughout the boat are on dimmer switches. The interior wood is teak with a satin finish, New Zealand wool carpet lies throughout with a settee, dining table and two chairs to port, and two barrel chairs to starboard with a custom built-in seat in between. Joiner work to starboard provides a lot of storage space and houses the large flat 50” Samsung screen TV on a lift (new 2016). The galley is forward of the salon, and has all of the accouterments for the most accomplished cook. “Medallion” has granite flooring in the galley, teak and holly flooring in the pilothouse and stairs and all heads have marble flooring.

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 a ¼" Sundown de-coupler layer and a 5/8" rubber underlay that is the heavier 2 lb. per ft.

To starboard are the easy access steps down to the owner’s stateroom and also steps that continue down to the engine room, captain's stateroom and full head. Just inboard of the steps down are the steps up to the pilothouse. The steps themselves are inlaid with Vetus synthetic anti-skid material (they have an anti-skid finish in the varnish).

The master stateroom spans the full beam of the boat where it is situated. It has a king size bed, open space and a lot of storage space organized in drawers and lockers. There are two large cedar lined closets. There is a makeup table to starboard.  This cabin has port and starboard redundant air conditioning units.  Large opening ports flood the stateroom with light and provide cross ventilation. There is a master head ensuite with a large stall shower, Vaccu flush toilet, granite-topped vanity, and marble sole. There is also access to the guest staterooms forward from the master as well. Ensuite access to the bunk room head provides, when that stateroom is unoccupied, a 2nd head to the master stateroom.

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 an amidships lazarette – with water system components, and further access to gray and black water system components.

The starboard guest stateroom has two single beds (over - under). The lower bed has drawer storage below it and locker storage above. There is also a large hanging locker forward of the berths, with wardrobe drawers below. 

The port guest stateroom has a queen style bed with drawer storage under and large hanging closet forward. There is also access to the forward head. 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 “glass bridge” instrument array featuring four Samsung 21.4" displays among the other navigation/communication electronics mounted there.  To starboard is a desk with swing chair. Just aft of the helm chairs is a dinette that can accommodate four to six comfortably. Just aft of the dinette is the queen size watch berth, a great feature for off-watch crew or overflow sleeping.

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 as well. 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 an expansive crew cabin which has a lower double and upper single, hanging locker with a full day head, its own washer and dryer (new 2016) and huge amounts of storage.

Long Range Capability

With a waterline of just less than 60 feet, “Medallion” has a high cruise speed of 10.5 knots and at 9 knots, her range is nearly 3,000 nautical miles. Her hull form, a refinement of Nordhavn's Full Displacement design, features fuller aft sections that reduce "squatting" and pitching motion while increasing static stability. 

Main propulsion is provided by a MTU Detroit Diesel Series 60 diesel engine that turns a 3 1/2-inch Aquamet shaft via a 3:43:1 reduction Twin Disc transmission. This amount of reduction allows the 44" prop to turn slowly, greatly reducing noise and vibration. A dry exhaust and keel cooling, a signature design element of most Nordhavns, eliminates the need for a large through-hull and raw water pump, greatly reducing the risk of failure at sea. 

A Lugger 1064A wing engine with its own shaft, 3-blade Gori folding prop, fuel system and battery is designed to move the N64 at 4-5 knots in normal conditions and to make headway in rough seas should an emergency cause a loss of power from the main engine or power train. This "get home" system has proven to be the most foolproof of all types of systems used for this purpose, and it has become a signature Nordhavn feature. 


  • Number of twin berths: two + crew upper = three
  • Number of double berths: three + pilot berth = four
  • Number of cabins: four
  • Number of heads: four

Engine- Main

  • Total Power: 535 hp- electronically detuned to 475 hp
  • Engine Brand: Detroit Diesel
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Cruising Speed: 8-9 knots 
  • Maximum Speed: 10 knots
  • Hours: 6,360
  • Extra prop mounted in the lazarette

Wing Engine

  • Total Power: 115 hp
  • Engine Brand: Lugger
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/ Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 752

Generator #1

  • Total Power: 25 KW
  • Engine Brand: Northern Lights
  • Engine Type: Generator
  • Hours: 5,820
  • Auto start feature while at anchor

Generator #2

  • Total Power: 25 KW
  • Engine Brand: Northern lights
  • Engine Type: Generator
  • Hours: 5,662


  • FRP - Fresh Water Tanks: (500 gallons)
  • FRP - Fuel Tanks: (3,200 gallons)
  • FRP Black Water Tanks (150 gallons)
  • FRP Gray Water (150 gallons)
  • Metal - Waste Oil 75 gal, new oil 75 gal
  • Metal Outboard Gas on flybridge 50 gal

Electrical Equipment

  • Inverter – two Trace 4500
  • Two Northern Lights generators
  • Shore power inlet – fwd and aft, aft have Glendenning reels with remotes
  • All batteries replaced in July of 2010 
  • Village Marine 1200 GPD watermaker

Additional Machinery

  • Hydraulic stern thruster
  • Hydraulic bow thruster
  • Hydraulic windlass
  • Hydraulic run twin 250 amp alternators
  • Hydraulic 180 GPM anchor wash/180 GPM fire hose
  • Hydraulic 180 GPM emergency pumping sytem to all four watertight compartments
  • Hydraulic Aritex davit 14' reach, can launch port or aft
  • Hydraulic anchor chain washes
  • New and used oil tanks
  • 136,000 BTU air conditioning throughout (upgraded)
  • Back-up manual fuel transfer pump
  • Back-up emergency Hyd cooling system
  • Twin Vaccu flush commercial size pumps plumbed inline AC & DC
  • Twin freshwater Headhunter pumps plumbed inline AC & DC

Inside Equipment

  • Deep freezer, two in the lazarette, one Sub-Zero freezer/icemaker in galley
  • Microwave/convection oven
  • Hot water heater
  • Battery charger
  • Sub-Zero wine fridge in salon
  • Two GE 5' cubic foot front loading freezers located in lazarette
  • Five electric bilge pumps 
  • Hydraulic bilge pumps – all four sections
  • Four manual bilge pump’s Edson Bone Dry 50 GPM 
  • Fresh water maker model Village Marine 1200 GPD
  • Electric fresh water heads Vaccu flush commercial grade, DC and AC units
  • Teak wood veneer on the inside of all opening doors (salon and pilothouse)
  • 50" TV in salon on a TV lift
  • UV sterilizer Atlantic Ultraviolet, 3' long commercial grade

Outside Equipment/Extras

  • Life raft – Givens Solas 
  • FRP hardtop - flybridge
  • Teak decks- lower deck and swim step
  • Two Stidd helm chairs on flybridge
  • Cockpit teak table with removable center insert with dedicate storage locker
  • Cockpit shower
  •  Swimming ladder
  • One 15' Nautica wide body tender w/ 90 hp Yamaha, arch, Garmin chart plotter, canvas bimini & VHF-  refit December 2016
  • One 11.5' AB, aluminum RIB with 15 hp two stroke Yamaha  130 LBS total weight
  • Cockpit cushions - newer
  • Twin Maxwell VC 2200 24VDC windlasses located in the port & stb cockpit
  • Four underwater lights mounted across the transom
  • Bauer dive compressor - model JRIII-El Y/230 - self draining, auto shut off 
  • Four 80 lb. aluminum dive tanks with covers, stands and secure holder
  • Flybridge camera pan tilt and zoom - boat deck three cameras; engine room two cameras; lazarette one camera -  FLIR high res stabilized
  • Two GE freezers in lazarette
  • Shower in lower head (four full heads)
  • Hydraulic anchor wash/fire hose system
  • Tender fuel storage tank located on boat deck- electric pump
  • Sub-Zero under counter refrigerator on aft deck
  • Aritex davit with 14' reach – totally rebuilt 2015-2016
  • Custom boarding ramp three systems:  Marquipt 6-step stairway - Portuguese bridge deck; starboard midship or port aft boarding; aft boarding or “Med mooring” - passerelle
  • New Zealand wool carpet throughout 

Electronics – Pilothouse

  • Four 21.4" Samsung marine screens 
  • Maxwell 500c chain counter (2nd head on flybridge)
  • Two Accu-steer autopilot pumps, model #HPU150-24 with (3) commercial grade Simrad AP 50 heads. (2) at pilot house and a 3rd head on the flybridge wit a selector switch. From AP 50 heads one can select heading source GYRO or fluxgat and can select navigate to either Nav computer #1 or #2
  • "Medallion's" entertainment system is centered around a Creston distribution system that allows viewing of multiple sources in multiple locations
  • Direct TV supplied by Sea Tel (36") dish (6 US and 2 Caribbean receivers)
  • (2) Blue Ray players
  • XM Radio
  • Two (2016 solid state) Nav computers running Nobeltec Time Zero
  • Furuno Navenet VX2 plotter and sounder
  • Furuno VX2 1954-BB radar 12 kw
  • Furuno VX2 1964-BB radar 12 kw
  • Panasonic CC TV system. Eight cameras including a high resolution FLIR (2015)
  • Ship's communication computer
  • All the above can be distributed to any of the following locations:
  • Two Furuno monitors on flybridge
  • Four Samsung monitors in pilothouse
  • Icom SSB with proper ground systems plus Pactor e-mail modem
  • Carlisle and Finch 2 million watt zenon searchlight with control heads at pilot house and flybridge (rebuilt 2016)
  • Furuno heading (gyro) sensor IMS commercial grade
  • Simrad FU JOG stick custom mounted into Stidd seat arm rest
  • Four (4) Samsung monitors in pilothouse
  • Smart TV in master stateroom
  • Smart TV in salon
  • Captain’s cabin
  • Additionally these can all be controlled manually with a switcher if needed
  • Direct TV, can be watched on any of the four screens or all of them at once from the Direct TV receiver in the PH. Music through ship’s system from any of the souces: Sirius, iPod, radio, etc.

Internet and Boats Wi-Fi

  • "Medallion" has commercial grade Wi-Fi throughout the vessel (updated 2016). This permits one to print to the ships printer or connect to the Roku system with ones smart phone or I-pad as well as connecting to the internet  with laptops and smart phones though the boats Wave Wi-Fi System, that can connect to far away wifi with its amplified booster and external antenna.
  • "Medallion" has two boosters for Cell phone, one for the boats internal black box Cell phone which has an external antenna and booster inside the boat which has been used for reception up to 15 miles offshore. The 2nd cell booster is for hand held phones, which has an internal antenna to boost the signal.

Electronics - Master Stateroom

  • Surround sound system
  • Manual controls for all features in case of crestron failure
  • Roku connected to ship's server with access to numerous movies TV shows and albums
  • iPod connection

Electronics - VIP Stateroom 

  • Direct TV
  • Separate stereo
  • Roku connected to ship's server with access to numerous movies TV shows and albums
  • iPod connection

Electronics - Starboard Bunk Room

  • Direct TV
  • Separate stereo
  • iPod connection

Electronics - Captains Cabin

  • Direct TV
  • Separate stereo
  • iPod connection

Electronics - Salon

  • Roku connected to ship's server with access to numerous movies TV shows and albums
  • Surround sound system
  • Manual controls for all features in case of crestron failure
  • Lift for smart TV (new 2016)

Electronics -Aft Deck

  • Smart TV connected to salon receiver for Sat TV
  •  Roku connected to ship's server with access to numerous movies tv shows and albums

Electronics - Flybridge

  • Two  Furuno marine monitors
  • One Furuno Nav-Net
  • One AP-50 Simrad autopilot
  • One jog lever - Simrad
  • ICOM - IC-604
  • Furuno RD30
  • Beverage fridge
  • Stainless bar sink and faucet


  • Fire Magic 42,000 BTU, BBQ
  • Bar sink hot/cold
  • Sub-Zero under counter refrigerator
  • Storage
  • Aft control station
  • Shower hot/cold
  • TV


Spare Parts

  • Extensive spare parts


"Medallion" has a very impressive list of items included in the sale specifications. However, the following items are specifically excluded:  

  • Artwork
  • Wine 
  • Some books
  • Personal files
  • Personal computer files
  • Clothing and personal effects


Specifications are provided for informational purposes only.  Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers.  Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agreed to instruct his agents to confirm such details prior to purchase.  Vessel subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from the market without notice.


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