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Nordhavn 50 "Twins"

Model:                

Nordhavn 50

Type:                 

Long Range Passage Maker

Designer:           

Jeff Leishman

Builder:              

Pacific Asian Enterprises

Year:                  

1999 Hull #10

Hull Material:      

Fiber Glass

Speed:               

Cruise 7.5-8.0 Knots, Max. 10 knots

Range:               

3000 + miles at 7.5 knots

LOA:                  

50’-6”

LWL:                  

44’-2”

Beam:                

16’

Draft:                          

5’-2”

Displacement:    

80,000 lbs.

Ballast:              

6,600 lbs.

Engine – Main:   

Lugger 250 hp Model 6108, dry stack (1959 hrs.)

Engine - Wing:   

Yanmar 3GM 30, 27 hp. (167 hrs.)

Generator:                  

12 kw Northern lights (915 hrs.)

Location:

Mexico, West Coast

Price:

$629,000

Contact:

Larry Gieselman
email: larry@nordhavn.com
ph: 949.496.4848

OVERVIEW:

The 50 ft Nordhavn has a bulbous bow, and the optional three-stateroom layout, featuring two sleeping cabins forward that share the forward guest head. The Nordhavn 50 is a venerable model in the Nordhavn line with a very attractive look and profile.

 

The hull was painted Royal Blue in 2005 with Awl Craft paint.

 

INTERIOR LAYOUT- GENERAL:

The asymmetrical layout so that the interior space in the salon and galley benefit by the port cabin side extending to the port rail. Enter the salon through the cockpit/aft salon door. The dinette table and settee are to port and a bottle locker just forward of the salon settee. To starboard just inside the door is a locker for convenient jacket storage. Just forward to starboard are two black Ekornes Consul Black Chairs (new in 2011), separated for an end table type locker.

At the forward end of the salon to port is the galley, with generous counter space, and double bowl sink conveniently located at the outboard corner of the galley, and lots of drawer and locker storage.

 

Just to starboard of the galley is the direct access to the master stateroom, down a few steps. The engine room access door is in the aft bulkhead of the master stateroom. The master stateroom has an athwartship double bed with hanging lockers fore and aft, drawer storage under and beside the bed and a large dressing mirror on the forward bulkhead. Access to the master head is to starboard inside the master stateroom.

 

To starboard outboard are steps up to the pilot house. The pilot house has an impressive electronics console forward of the helm chair. Aft of the helm chair are a large setee and dinette table. There is a single watch berth up and aft of setee. There are pilot house doors port and starboard for deck access.

 

Forward and to starboard in the pilothouse are steeps down to the forward door of the master stateroom, and access to the port and starboard guest staterooms. Each of the staterooms has over and under bunks. Both staterooms have access to the guest head forward.

 

 

DECK LAYOUT GENERAL

 

The transom has a very useful swim step and transom door to the cockpit. From the cockpit there is access to the foredeck via the starboard side deck. There is a boarding door in the bulwark of the starboard side deck about halfway forward. At the forward end of the side deck are steps up to the pilothouse deck and Portuguese bridge, and

foredeck.

 

The foredeck is well-designed for working. Just forward of the Portuguese bridge are deck gear storage lockers. All the way forward is the ground tackle handling area, where the windlass, Freeman anchor locker deck hatch, and anchor rollers channels are situated in an area of the deck molded to contain mud and debris. All decks drain to the waterline to prevent streaking of the hull with residue.

 

Following the Portuguese bridge to port allows access to the port pilothouse door and steps up to the boat deck. The boat deck may also be accessed from the cockpit ladder aft. On the boat deck are the tender, davit, and liferaft canister mounted in its cradle. There is a lot of room on the boat deck for additional deck box storage and lounging.

 

Saloon:

·  Hi-low teak table with folding leaf converts between coffee table and dining table.

·  4ea. Opening windows

·  Cloth curtains

·  Teak and spruce floor

·  Sliding aft saloon door

·  2ea. Hella funs

·  Royalty Carpet, New in 06-2011

·  LED lights

·  2 Black Consul Ekornes chairs (new in 2011)

·  Textilene marine quality sunscreen for all windows

·  Window tinting, June 2011

 

 

Galley:

·  Surrell terraced counter top with serving level and prep levels.

·  Two large bowl, stainless steel sinks at outboard corner of galley

·  Grohe faucet with removable crane/sprayer

·  Force-10 3-burner stove and oven

·  Fireboy Xintex S-2A propane/CNG fume detector and controller

·  2ea. 20 lb. propane tanks in cockpit locker

·  Sub-Zero Refrigerator

·  Sub-Zero freezer with ice maker

·  GE microwave oven

·  Broan Trash compactor

·  Teak flooring

·  Oval opening port outboard

·  GE Depth chess freezer under berth in pilothouse, with a special added temperature controlled exhaust fan (outside, added in 2011).

·  LED lights

 

 

Pilot House:

As it is with much of the interior accommodation the pilothouse on the Nordhavn 50 seems to come from a much Iarger yacht that functions well for extended period operation. There is plenty of room for instrument placement on the console, electronics complement makes good use of it.

 

·  Bulkhead mount stainless steel destroyer wheel

·  Bow thruster control

·  Remote windlass control

·  12-volt DC outlet

·  Helm chair with arm rests

·  Settee with dinette table

·  Pilothouse watch berth

·  Teak and spruce floor

·  Side doors port and starboard

·  Ritchie Steering compass

·  Custom laptop mount on the starboard side

·  Overhead vent hatch

·  Large hanging locker

·  Book shelf with fiddle

·  Textilene marine quality Sunscreen for all windows

·  Royalty Carpet, New 06/2011

·  Window tinting, June 2011

 

 

Master Stateroom:

·  Double bed with access to stowage space beneath

·  8ea. Drawers beneath bed

·  Hanging lockers fore and aft of bed

·  Teak planked hull ceilings

·  Custom mattress with memory foam on top

·  Opening port holes above head of bed

·  Large dressing mirror

·  2ea. Hella fan

·  Teak and spruce floor

 

 

Master Head:

·  Surrell vanity top

·  Jabsco Electric head with fresh water flush - new in 2011

·  All sanitary hoses replaced in 2011

·  Large stall shower with seat and Grohe fixture and exhaust fan.

·  Diesel Heat register

·  LED lights

 

 

Port and Starboard Staterooms:

· Bunk beds - two in each cabin

·  Oval opening ports with deadlight and insect screen in each cabin

·  Hanging locker in each cabin

·  Each cabin has access to forward guest head

 

 

Guest Head:

·  Surell countertop

·  Stall shower with Grohe sink and shower fixtures

·  Shower sump and exhaust fan

·  Jabsco manual marine head – New in 2012

·  All sanitary houses replaced in 2011.

·  Diesel heat register

 

 

Main Engine/Fuel System:

·      Main Engine: Lugger Model #6108, 1081-1769, Full service done by Lugger dealer in Anacortes, WA 2011, Set valves, all injectors, cleaned and set to spects, all hoses replaced, 4 new engine mounts replaced.

 

·      Dry stack exhaust with a keel cooler eliminates engine raw water cooling pump and raw water contact with engine. The main engine exhausts well above deck in moving air, avoiding the "station wagon" effect of exhaust being drawn into the boat from aft.

 

·      2011 Replaced keel cooler seals and chemical clean inside and out cooler. Flushed clean and add all new Fleet guard anti-freeze, replaced Cutless bearing and packing. Shaft good. Rebuilt all Racor filters.

 

·      August 2012, replaced steel muffler with new Harco stainless steel Exhaust silencer muffler with gaskets. New muffler heat blanket.

 

·      August 2011: 2 coats of bottom paint, cleaned keel cooler, painted and inspected bow thruster, all new zinc’s.

 

·      Spurs line cutter on main shaft

 

 

Wing Engine

Yanmar 3GM 30 (27-hp) with 1" propeller shaft and Martec folding propeller - providing a redundant propulsion system rather than a second source of propulsion linked to the main shaft. Full service done by Lugger dealer in Anacortes, WA. New exhaust elbow, new hoses, clean heat exchanger, flushed and cleaned cooling system, all new Fleet guard anti freeze, changed oil and fuel filters, added Racor 500 fuel filter, rebuilt fuel pump and serviced injectors (corrected idling problem). Added electrical shut off to work with fireboy system. Now compliances with new laws.

 

 

·  2ea. 560 gal. engine room fuel tanks, and 2ea. 100 gal. reserve tanks, All fuel taken out and cleaned, tanks pressure cleaned and returned clean fuel in 2011.

·  Racor duplex #75-900 fuel filters with vacuum gauge for main engine

·  Fuel transfer system with in-line Racor 900 filter is used for moving fuel from one tank to the other for trim, or for filtering contaminants.

·  Reverso oil-changing system - plumbed to main and generator engines

·  Fresh water spigot in engine room

·  Spare reconditioned main engine starter motor

·  Fireboy safety system tested. Fireboy tank inspected along with the rest of the boat extinguishers. April 2011.

 

Mechanical Systems:

·  Marine Air - air-conditioning/heating system (4 compressors) and Slt4X controls, full serviced by Cruisair technician in March 2011. Water pump seal replaced.

·  Webasto diesel hydronic heating system - salon, master cabin, guest cabins, and heads. Also circulates through supplemental water heater, Full serviced in 2011, cleaned and flush all new fleet guard anti freeze.

·  Naiad #254 stabilizer system upgraded with Center locking valve and new seals, Relief valve, new potentiometer kit, full service (oil and filter change 2011 Naiad Seattle & 2012 Naiad San Diego).

·  ABT 24-volt bow thruster

·  Hynautic hydraulic steering, serviced in 2011, spare. All new hydraulic steering piston replaced in August 2012.

·  Emergency tiller

·  Asko washing machine and dryer

 

 

Electrical System:

·  Northern Lights 12 kW generator in sound enclosure, full serviced in 2011 by Lugger dealer in Anacortes, WA., new hoses, new water pump, new exhaust elbow, oil and fuel filters, cleaned heat exchanger.

·  1 new work horse Interstate 8D generator start battery

·  5 new work horse Interstate 8D house batteries in 2011

·  2 new work horse Interstate 8D main engine and bow thruster batteries in 2011

·  AC fluorescent lights in engine room

·  Prepared top of pilot house with non skid and awlgrip paint for new panels.

·  6 new in 2012 Sanyo Hit 225 watts low light solar panels with 2 Outback controllers

·  1 new in 2012 Xantrex Pro link Battery monitor

 

 

Nav/Com Electronics

·  Furuno radar with 24" dome antenna

·  Furuno radar with 5' open array antenna

·  SEA 156 VHF radio, new antenna in 2011

·  ICOM 502 VHF radio

·  SEA hailer/listening system

·  Robetson AP20 autopilot

·  Furuno FCV-582L video depth, temperature

·  Interphase sonar/depth finder

·  Northstar GPS

·  Furuno GP32, GPS (new in 2011)

·  Furuno Automatic identification System (AIS) receiver and transmitter, new in 2011 with antenna.

·  Furuno weatherfax

·  Furuno navtex receiver

·  Davis weather station

·  WiFi long range antenna, New May 2011.

 

Audio/Visual Equipment:

·  TV in main salon

·  Installed in 2012 SeaTel dome, Satellite TV antenna compatible with Sky Mexico

·  Rabbit transmitter and receiver system

·  Extra LNB compatible with DirecTV or Dish Network

·  AM/FM radio/cassette player with amplifier

·  Sirius satellite radio

 

 

Plumbing:

·  2ea. Paragon pressure water system pumps plumbed into system with crossover valves for redundancy

·  2 big blue filters (1-5m carbon, 1- 5m sediment) plumbed to house water supply.

·  Large pressure water accumulator tank

·  New pressure regulator and spare

·  3ea. water tanks - port and starboard upper tanks (w/sight gauges) gravity feed to lower tank on centerline for a total of 220 gals.

·  Edson manual bilge pump with 2" hose, operable from aft end of main salon

·  Rule electric bilge pump in main sump –New in 2011and rebuilt spare

·  Rule high capacity electric bilge pump with high-water alarm

·  Sealand electric holding tank pump-out, 1 spare

·  Saltwater wash spigots bow and stern

·  HRO 55 gallon an hour watermaker (220 hrs.), Serviced in August 2012, rebuild water pump and motor.

·  2- 12 gal. Water heaters, one works with Diesel heater and the other with regular AC power supply and engine (new hoses 2011).

 

 

Deck Gear and Features:

·  Maxwell 3500 windlass (new rebuild kit and rebuild starter, 2 new deck switches in 2011)

·  Nick Jackson 1000 lb. hydraulic davit

·  55 kg. Rocna Anchor, new in 2011.

·  33 lbs. Bruce anchor

·  400'of 3/8" high test chain

·  1” thick (long) towing/mooring line

·  Cockpit to boat upper deck ladder access

·  Transom swim ladder

·  New windshield wipers (2012)

·  L-shaped transom handrails

·  Staple-type rails for swim step

·  Installed by Outbound Yacht Services to port a Fore Spar pole and rigging and flopper stopper.

 

Miscellaneous Equipment:

·  Avon 11' RIB tender with 15-hp, 4-cycle, Johnson outboard engine, and canvas cover (Outboard fully serviced in 2011, spare water pump).

·  Tender mounted on stainless steel chocks on boat deck

·  Individual component manuals

·  Magma propane barbecue grill

·  Rebuild kits and spares for almost everything on vessel, to many to list

Just to name a few:

·      New 2500 Trace inverter

·      Rebuilt starter for main engine

·      Hidraulic steering ram and seals

·      House water pumps

·      Bilge pump

·      Water pump for dinghy outboard

·      Groco rebuild kits for strainer

·      Spare water, fuel, oil and Naiad filters

·      Complete Sealand overboard pump and motor, ready for service. Also spare rebuilt kit.

·      2 set of keel cooler seals

·      Zinc’s

·      More plumbing + electric parts, to many to list.

 


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Safety Equipment:

·  6-person life raft canister pack in cradle on boat deck (repacked by Oceans West in San Diego in June 2012, new inflation cylinder).

·  2ea. Reddings Drakt survival suits

·  6ea. Suspender personal flotation device

·  Firdell "blipper" radar reflector mounted on stack

·  EPIRB with current certification (2011)

·  2 Lifesling module mounted in cockpit

·  All fire extinguishers serviced in 04-2011.

Location: Mexico, West Coast                          
Price: $629,000 USD

 

DISCLAIMER
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, consumption's and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agree to instruct his agent/s to confirm such details prior to purchase.  Vessel subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.

 

 

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