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Model: Nordhavn 60

Hull number: 68
Sales office: Nordhavn Yachts Southeast
Salesman: Ted Robie
Project Manager: Mike Jensen
Factory: South Coast Marine
Shipping port: Port Everglades
Commissioning location: North Palm Beach, FL
Flybridge or Non-flybridge: Flybridge
Aft or Forward Pilothouse: Forward Pilothouse with extended boat deck 
Single or Twin engines: Twin engine version with skegs - John Deere 4045 AFM85 - M2 Rating - 180 hp @ 2,300 rpm - conventional wet exhaust and heat exchanger cooling

Layout: Custom interior layout, including an following

  • Extended salon with L shaped settees installed to port and stbd,  Cherry wood dinette and coffee tables with ebony inlay, and under counter refrigerator/icemaker combo

  • Custom galley with (2) Sub-Zero 700TCI refrigerator/freezers

  • Custom hallway walkthrough to the owners and fwd guest staterooms with a full size pantry to stbd

  • Custom curved stairway leading from the hallway to the PH

  • Full width pilothouse which allows for installation of (2) Stidd helm chairs and a wider console for additional electronics 

Owner’s residence: Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Owner’s cruising plans:
The owners left Florida last month and cruised up the East Coast. They are currently staying in Rhode Island and plan to summer in New England, celebrating the 4th of July in Boston and spending August in Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.

In the fall they will take their time meandering down the coast. They have hired a private teacher for their son who enters sophomore year of high school this year. He will receive “hands on” lessons while studying the foundations of U.S. history as the boat stops in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington DC. They plan to winter in the Caribbean.

No matter the destination, a goal for the family is to spend the majority of their time in the water. They carry snorkel, SCUBA, surfboards, SUPs, and kayaks on board and intend to use them as much as possible. And when they’re not exploring the ocean? They’re relaxing in the water of their on-board Jacuzzi.

Notes about the boat:

  • First N60 with a full size J-210 Jacuzzi installed on the boat deck (same Jacuzzi installed on larger Nordhavns, like the N86) 

  • Dometic/Cruisair chilled water air conditioning with auxiliary heat strips

  • Cherry veneer installed horizontally with the standard joinery work

  • Interior crown molding

  • Teak and ebony flooring 

  • Interior stairs to include black ebony wood risers

  • Interior stairs with teak and ebony treads that run in line with feet

  • OSR bed structure and end tables built with ebony wood

  • GSR bed structure to be black ebony wood

  • Ebony inlay in the pilothouse table, like the salon tables

  • Wall fabric with chair rail installed in the hallway, owners cabin, forward guest cabin, and owners & guest heads

  • All interior doors to be square at top with no rise at the floor level

  • Square latches on all lockers/drawers

  • Square interior overhead lighting fixtures

  • Salon countertops to be in granite matching galley

  • Phantom screens on salon and both pilothouse doors

  • Custom cherry wood handrail with stainless brackets installed athwartship in the pilothouse

  • Two additional Todd helm chairs installed at the flybridge - three total (1 is standard)

  • “Rumble seat” installed at the flybridge

  • FRP console with  U-Line CO29FFWT refer with ice maker at top of stairs leading to the flybridge

  • Port and stbd flopper stopper at rest stabilizer systems

  • Standard davit installed centerline at the aft brow of the extended boat deck

  • Optional wireless remote for the davit

  • Boarding door on the starboard side of Portuguese bridge

  • Extended swim step platform with added “hump” below

  • Kenyon BBQ #B70051 - 240 volt installed in an FRP console below starboard aft salon window in cockpit

  • Whale stripe along the hull

  • Ultra anchor UA-100 - 220 LBS in lieu of standard stainless plow

  • Additional hawse pipe installed in the transom. Includes modifying the back of the cockpit settee to allow access to these two hawse pipes