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Nordhavn N41

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Hankering for some coastal cruising? Seeking to explore the open ocean? Either way, look no further than the excellently appointed new N41 from Nordhavn.

While the new Nordhavn 41 is perfect for long coastal excursions, it’s also a true open ocean cruiser. After all, its slightly smaller cousin, the Nordhavn 40, set a circumnavigation record for a production powerboat, totaling 23,000 nautical miles in 26 weeks. So, naturally, the N41 is a bluewater beast, capable of battling Force 8 gales and maintaining a range of 3,000+ nautical miles, cruising at 7 knots.

The N41 is currently the smallest boat in Nordhavn’s ocean-crossing portfolio, but it packs in many surprisingly luxurious amenities. Flooring throughout is made of teak and ebony laminate and the cabinetry is walnut with a satin varnish. The main salon features a walnut dinette table with stainless steel pedestal, two cushioned settees on either side with standard vinyl fabric upholstery choices, a custom bench seat with a folding bolster to provide more standing room, and an LED TV and Fusion Marine stereo system for entertaining guests. The salon roof even includes flexible solar panels to provide 400 watts of power.

The portside galley features a stainless steel Vitrifrigo refrigerator/freezer combo, a Wolf three-burner induction stovetop, a GE convection/microwave oven, and white Corian countertops. A commissary area includes a Ugur deep freezer, a washer-dryer, and an access hatch topside. The helm to starboard has a full suite of Garmin equipment, such as an 8616 XSV 16-inch screen, radar, a chart plotter, a depth sounder, autopilot, VHF radio, an AIS 600 transceiver, and a GC 12 video camera in the engine room.

To give it the smoothest ride possible on rough seas, the N41 is equipped with ABT Trac 220 stabilizers and 4,000 pounds of lead ballast in the keel. The power steering system by Hypro Marine also provides electronic command steering for easy maneuverability. Double side decks and side power bow thrusters provide easy movement during docking and mooring. A 12-foot center-console tender comes standard, stored on the aft roof with an 800-pound-capacity Nick Jackson pipe davit.

Belowdecks, the Nordhavn 41 is available with two berth layouts: one with a single owner’s cabin, complete with a memory foam mattress, a walk-in closet, an LED TV, and an en suite head with Grohe sink and stall shower fixtures; the alternative is a two-stateroom version that includes a shared head and bunk beds. Both configurations also include more sleeping space on the settees in the salon and reverse-cycle air conditioning.

Even if you don’t have trans-Pacific plans, it’s nice to know the N41’s clean-burning, twin Kubota 75hp diesels and 60% efficiency propellers could get the job done if needed.  

Specs & Info                                                        LOA 41’4” · Beam 13’11” · Draft 4’7” Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black) 900 gal. / 300 gal. / 70 gal. Engines Twin Kubota 75hp Diesels

Contact Nordhavn Yachts Northwest Anacortes, WA 360.209.9780 [email protected] nordhavn.com

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Nordhavn 100: The Global Angler

  • By David Schmidt
  • Updated: October 8, 2019

When most yachtsmen think of sport-fishing yachts, they likely conjure up images of long waterlines, flared bow sections, skyscraper tuna towers and planing-friendly undercarriages. Expedition-grade trawlers do not come to mind.

And for good reason. Expedition vessels are built for itineraries measured in days or weeks, not in the number of hours it takes to zip out to the canyons. Most expedition yachts struggle to crack the 15-knot barrier, a speed deficiency that most anglers cannot abide.

With Serenity , a heavily customized Nordhavn 100, the longtime builder of world-class expedition yachts sought to break those stereotypes. Serenity ‘s owner worked with the California-based builder to create an expedition-grade sport-fishing yacht that’s as adept at wrangling pelagic species as she is at hosting elegant dinners.

I first spied her proud silhouette dominating the western skyline of Seattle’s Elliott Bay Marina last fall, but I didn’t fully appreciate her capabilities until I stepped into her steering room with Capt. Zach Gallagher. There, on the bulkhead, hung 30-plus custom-made fishing rods, each slightly different than the next but each painted the exact same Alexseal “Stars and Stripes” blue—perfectly matching Serenity’s custom-painted topsides—and handsomely engraved with the superyacht’s moniker. Gallagher also showed off dozens of reels, including serious-looking hydraulic setups, gaffs and fishing tackle, all organized and stowed in custom-built cabinets.

“If you think this is cool, wait until you see the fishing cockpit,” he says with a knowing smile.

Serenity is a stretched version of Nordhavn’s N96, which itself is based on the N86’s hull, adding a 10-foot extension to the “California deck” (­Nordhavn ­parlance for the outdoor space abaft the salon). Serenity’s owner evolved this long-range cruising design for his angling ambitions by requesting an additional, low-freeboard aft fishing deck and swim step. Additionally, the owner worked with Destry Darr Designs to create five en suite staterooms and an enlarged galley with seating for four guests around an island.

“The owner wants to introduce his family to a full international cultural experience,” Gallagher says as we walk from the galley to the salon, which has a table with seating for 10 and a drop-down screen. The table’s after end leads to a carpeted seating area that spills out onto the California deck.

Climbing the spiral ladder and stepping into the pilothouse, I see a helm with a marble dash, two white leather Stidd seats, four Furuno touchscreens, and a combination of Furuno, Simrad, FLIR and KVH equipment for long-range navigation and security, as well as satellite communications and entertainment. Suffice it to say, this yacht can cruise far while staying in touch.

Serenity’s propulsion comes from twin 600 hp Caterpillar C18 Acert engines sitting atop vibration-absorbing mounts and spinning dual 48-inch propellers. DC power comes from dual Caterpillar C4.4 generators. An ABT-Trac stabilization system should enhance ride quality, while a pair of 50 hp bow and stern thrusters are installed for docking maneuvers.

Serenity is also equipped with four fuel tanks collectively holding 7,000 gallons of diesel, plus a 500-gallon centerline tank that serves as her day-use dromedary, and 100 gallons of gasoline for her tender. All told, Serenity has a 3,000-nautical-mile ­cruising range at 10 knots. She also carries a U.S. Coast Guard-­approved TidalWave HMX waste-management system, allowing her crew to discharge safely and legally, further facilitating the owner’s off-the-grid ambitions.

“The N96s carry 900 gallons of fresh water, but we have 1,000 gallons,” Gallagher says, adding that Serenity’s two Dometic Sea Xchange watermakers each generate 1,800 gallons of potable water every 24 hours. “We have no daily water ration. We just carry extra filters.”

Serenity also carries a quiver of toys, including eight sets of dive gear, a dive-tank air compressor and an 18-foot aluminum-bottom RIB that’s hoisted via a Nautical Structures crane rated to 3,500 pounds. Additionally, Serenity sails with four surfboards, four stand-up paddleboards and two Jet Skis.

Gallagher guides me through Serenity’s master stateroom, just abaft the bridge, noting the custom Miele coffee maker and the room’s wraparound views. Stepping onto the owner’s deck, Gallagher lights the yacht’s fire pit, which is protected by a glass shroud and flanked by two deck chairs. I notice a box fitted to the starboard quarter rail and walk over to inspect a set of rudder, throttle and thruster controls.

“It was the owner’s idea,” Gallagher says. “All of [these] controls are mounted backwards because you’re facing aft when you’re using them.”

Next, he leads me to the flybridge, which has a second helm and a table with a leaf and seating for 10. “We’ve got a Wolf gas grill, a Miele teppanyaki grill, a sink, fresh water, refrigerators and ice makers here,” Gallagher says. “We can cook the whole meal up here.”

Abaft the flybridge’s protective coachroof sits a Jacuzzi with a custom awning and cushions. I glance over the rail at the water below, guesstimating the drop to be a solid 20 feet. Gallagher reads my mind. “The owner’s kids and I jumped from up here when we were down in the Sea of Cortez on the boat’s shakedown cruise,” he says, with a been-there-done-that smile. “They’re up for anything.”

The fishing deck is our final stop, and I can tell that Gallagher is keen to show off his boss’s brainchild.

“The owner is an experienced boater and is really drawn to fishing,” Gallagher says as we admire the side deck’s 30-foot teak runs. “Take an avid fisherman and multiply by 10, and that’s the boss man.”

This much becomes obvious as we step onto the open fishing deck. Gallagher points out the 10 inset fishing-rod holders mounted around the teak rail, as well as the receptacle that accommodates the yacht’s Bluewater Large Marlin fighting chair.

“The chair’s got a three-axis mount and a 360-degree swivel, an offset swivel, and 11 rod holders,” he says. “We have handheld and hanging scales for weighing fish, and we’re hoping to catch one that’s big enough to need to hang from the crane.”

The fishing deck also has portable livewells, along with tackle boxes and floodlights for nighttime work. Gallagher says landed fish quickly graduate from the rod to the kill box to the fillet table to the vacuum sealer to the custom cockpit freezer. Once frozen, the fillets are transferred to one of Serenity’s two deep freezers.

“I try to take all of the family’s interests into account when planning itineraries,” Gallagher says, adding that nonfishing activities have included paddling around icebergs, spotting grizzly bears and whales, and visiting mountain hot springs. “If it’s a guys’ fishing trip, the boat will be set up ­differently than if it’s a family cruise.”

Serenity’s owner took delivery in Dana Point, California, in June 2018, following a three-year build. He immediately started voyaging. There was a shakedown cruise to the Sea of Cortez that was followed by a cruise to Canada’s Desolation Sound and then a more ambitious third trip that took the boat from Campbell River, British Columbia, to Alaska’s Glacier Bay as well as Admiralty, Baranof and Chichagof islands before ending in Juneau.

These passages have been 10 to 14 days in length, but Gallagher says the boat is spec’d for world cruising. “ Serenity can carry 13 ­people on board for 11 days without taking on provisions,” he says.

Granted, that’s not running at 30 knots, but Serenity —as her name suggests—offers the ability to cruise, fish and ­explore in style and comfort, sans the usual durational and ­latitudinal limitations. Most important, she’s equipped to ­cater to her owner’s love of hunting pelagic species and enjoying quiet, far-removed anchorages.

“The owner wanted to go anywhere and fish the whole time,” Gallagher says. “When he’s aboard, we spend zero time at the dock.”

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I recently watched a YouTube video from Ta Shing Yacht Building, one of the larger builders of the Nordhavn line of offshore trawler yachts. The video was all about splashing the 600th Nordhavn, N68 #42.

Imagine that: 600 Nordhavn Yachts launched since the first Nordhavn 46 came on the scene in 1989. While the new 46-foot trawler yacht from PAE was not initially accepted in the mainstream cruising world, it would be the tip of the spear of the developing offshore passagemaking industry.

And the Nordhavn Yacht delivered on all fronts, proving its reputation as a good,quality boat.

Yes, it was small for its overall length, not as roomy as expected in a motor vessel over 45 feet in length. But it had something that other boats did not have. In addition to a super reliable single engine installation and systems, it had sufficient tankage and range to cross oceans.

The Nordhavn 46 had an appeal to sailors who could see its value despite lacking a mast, sails, and rig. It was new, it was interesting, and it was cool.

Nordhavn 46

Jim and Suzy Sink circumnavigated on Salvation II, proving that a world cruise on a motorboat was not simply a fluke associated with that madman Robert Beebe. It was rather a validation of his genius so wonderfully defined in the visionary Voyaging Under Power.

Wolfgang and Heidi Hass made several circumnavigations on their N46, Kanaloa, and proved more was possible with less. A minimalist German couple, I remember their reason for not having an attached swim platform on the stern of their boat. When visiting remote island groups, especially back in those early days, their very presence in an anchorage filled the locals with excitement and wonder.

When someone then paddled out to Kanaloa, they felt it a liability to have a swim platform, as it was easy to lose control of the situation. With a swim platform, it was only natural for these locals, whose purpose was not yet clear, to climb onto the swim platform. They are now on your boat.

This was certainly something to consider back at a time when such remote contacts were the exception, not a commonplace situation like it is today.

Much later, Scott and Mary Flanders took their N46 around the world via a difficult and unusual way, earning them the Royal Cruising Club Trophy from the Cruising Club of America .

While the cruising world gradually accepted the N46, the company also designed and built the Nordhavn 62, an all-business passagemaker that looked every bit as competent as any commercial or research vessel. In fact, I recall the coincidence of seeing an image of a Nordhavn 62 on the same right-hand page in PassageMaker Magazine as a quarter-page ad for active fin stabilizers that included a picture of a Romsdal-style commercial boat that could have easily been a sistership.

Nordhavn 62

PAE, the marketing and design company behind the Nordhavn brand, continued to expand the brand with the introduction of new models each year. Unlike some classic yachts, such as the Fleming 55, in which the boat is continually refined from year to year, or more accurately in the case of the Fleming, continually refined from one hull to the next, PAE takes a different approach. When there are more than a few changes needed to incorporate into a particular model, very often other ideas have developed, and the company works on a new model that incorporates things that could be improved as well as new design ideas. It has been a winning formula.

I spoke to my friend Jeff Merrill, who joined the Nordhavn team after experience at Pacific Seacraft in the creation of the Nordhavn 40. Jeff was a sales broker and project manager with PAE for 14 years. In addition to the satisfying experience of building boats for an average couple to enjoy an above average adventure, Jeff was part of the exponential growth of the company.

Jeff told me he enjoyed helping couples realize that regular people could cross oceans if they really wanted, given the right boat, the necessary training, and putting the other major factors in place, such as weather planning and routing.

He knew the Nordhavn product line appealed to people who had visions of visiting faraway places in comfort and safety.

“The people behind Nordhavn built boats they wanted to build, not to a price point in the industry. We focused on safety, economy of operation, and ease of maintenance. The boats would have keel coolers and dry stacks, just like commercial fishing boats, and continuously rated diesel engines, in robust propulsion packages.

“Yes, every 5-10 boats would have improved features from previous boats, but better designs would then surface to replace the earlier models.”

Many of the new boats used the same hull molds but with a new deck. The N47 became the N52, the N55 became the N60 and N63, and so on. Most models benefited from extra length, which often translated into a larger, extended cockpit for more living space and a more balanced overall profile. Once inside the saloon door, however, it was the same volume boat inside, and similar interior unless the new deck mold changed the layout.

Which somewhat explains the list of models introduced since the N46. There have been the N35, N40, N41, N43, N46, N47, N475, N50, N51, N52, N55, N56, N57, N59, N60, N62, N625, N63, N64, N68, N71, N72, N75, N76, N80, N86, N96, N120, and the N148.

It is important to note that despite the number of models, the similarity of systems and system designs means each is robustly engineered, well proven, and assures the safety and reliability that is key to all Nordhavns.

Today’s fleet is refined, very capable, and instantly recognizable. Most every boater can pick out a Nordhavn in any marina around the world. Each is the image of a rugged, capable, offshore passagemaker.

(Below: The Nordhavn 52 has been in the model range for quite some time.)

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As I write this, a well-known delivery captain is delivering a N76 from Australia to Anacortes, via Fiji and Hawaii. The comments in his Facebook post are a testament to the boat, with comments such as, “Well, that is the boat for this trip,” or “What a great adventure this will be.” It seems the reputation of the Nordhavn brand almost assures a safe passage.

Yet, to be clear, a Nordhavn is not the perfect boat for everyone, which makes for a challenge for an experienced broker to help educate and defuse the statement I have heard hundreds of times over the years. “If I had that boat, I could go to Tahiti.” Even though his goal is coastal cruising with the family.

The reality is that the full displacement Nordhavns are slow, by many standards, as are all yachts operating as full displacement boats. Many of these large, heavy trawler yachts have a single Deere diesel engine that is continuous duty rated at 325hp. Slow steady cruising speeds get one to paradise, but it may not be the right choice for a couple whose destinations are closer to home and where higher speeds are a better fit.

Then there is the issue of how the boat will be used once it arrives. For a cruising plan that includes crossing an ocean to get to the islands or to cruise European canals, this also may not be the right choice. Having several thousand gallons of fuel and water aboard won’t be necessary, nor will the deeper draft and air height of a full displacement passagemaker make it possible to travel the canals in France.

For the Great Loop in North America, there are many better choices, without height and draft restrictions. And long-term self-sufficiency is simply not needed.

(Below: The Nordhavn 59 named INDEPENDENCE, owned by a California couple, cruising the Great Loop.)

Nordhavn on the Great Loop

For those thinking of world cruising, it is important to accept that the world is not what it was, even a decade or two ago. There are now issues that make circling the world less desirable.

Jimmy Cornell has been following and publishing data and trends about world cruising for over 40 years. He is the founder of the World Cruising Club, after successfully launching the first ARC (Atlantic Rally for Cruisers) in 1986. His World Cruising Club has since hosted many other rallies and events around the globe to inspire and assist cruisers looking to travel over the horizon.

He gave a fascinating virtual slideshow and lecture about modern day cruising just as Covid shut our doors to the outside world. His information, gathered from many years of hosting cruising events, is an accurate snapshot of cruising, using the important focal points of the Canary Islands, Bermuda, Panama, the Galapagos, Tahiti, Tonga, and Australia.

According to Cornell, there are several distinct reasons why world cruising likely peaked in 2010 and has steadily decreased in the number of yachts ever since. And the major reasons for this decline all relate to safety concerns. Climate change has very much impacted traditional cruising routes. Areas where there was a clearly defined window for safe passage, such as the NW Pacific, now have typhoons occur every month. There is no longer a “safe” season.

(Below: Jimmy Cornell on a cruise.)

Jimmy Cornell

Tropical storm seasons in general are less clearly defined but more active than before. The frequency and severity of tropical storms is increasing. The traditional hurricane season as defined for North America is no longer well defined between June 1st and November. Storms now happen outside that window.

Long-term planning is even more important given these erratic variables.

In addition, personal safety is also a very real issue in high-risk areas where there is piracy and crime. These areas are now expanding beyond the Red Sea, and now include Venezuela (especially between Trinidad and Grenada), Brazil, Honduras, West Africa, and parts of the Caribbean.

But none of the above issues are as limiting as they might seem, as many Nordhavn owners are more interested in extended cruising in specific areas, such as the tropics or the far north, and living aboard. Spending months in the Caribbean or the Mediterranean means the owners won’t need daily trips ashore for provisions, water, and fuel for the generator. All Nordhavns are quite capable of providing long periods of self sufficiency just fine.

About introducing a new boat to its owners, one issue I know all too well is how many people find any boat with a lot of systems quite intimidating. And it is impractical and unrealistic to get a new owner up to speed by spending a day or two with him or her about the systems and how they work. I have seen too many examples where that goes awry. I remember the new owner of an Independence Cherubini 45 was headed to his home port of Put-in-Bay in Ohio from Delran, New Jersey on his new boat. Unfortunately, he somehow messed up his fuel manifold valving, and somehow the diesel in his return fuel line went overboard.

He suddenly found himself out of fuel off the New Jersey coast just north of Atlantic City. I never did find out how his manifold allowed that to happen.

The key to getting a new boat dialed in, according to Jeff, is to take small steps, one at a time. Spend days at the dock, checking things in as methodical a way as possible. Wake up in the middle of the night and check the pilothouse instruments and overall lighting. Take day trips close to home. Baby steps.

“You have to sneak up on it,” he said about the process of becoming familiar with the new boat. Go out on your first overnight, then your first nighttime passage. It will be the same as during the day but at night it will feel very different.

“Know what tools to have aboard,” he added.

The valuable point here is that when the project manager hands the Nordhavn over to you, you can be assured it is a capable boat without lots of nagging issues. So, the new owner can focus on regular maintenance, what it is, where it is, and what is involved…not managing oil leaks or strange warning codes from a black box. Your Nordhavn has been well figured out, which allows the new owner the focus on what he or she must learn to keep the boat running.

The smartest (and most experienced) owners I know did not load up their new boat and head over the horizon. Rather, they stayed near services, and if they took delivery of the boat near the Pacific Northwest, for example, they spend a full summer season cruising the pristine Northwest, perhaps eventually up to Alaska. This contrasts to owners who take off immediately and then have issues that are difficult to address in some out-of-the-way tropical paradise where even getting parts is an unpleasant adventure.

Jeff says the absolute best resource for new owners is the Nordhavn Owners Group, a closed group of owners who freely share information. For the new Nordhavn owner, it is an essential connection. Industry experts regularly comment and offer suggestions. Any question you might ask has very likely been asked and addressed before.

(Below: A Nordhavn owner rendezvous in progress.)

nordhavn owner rendezvous

“You have a good boat, with good documentation. Now it is time to connect with the NOG to pull it all together,” he said.

Looking at the distribution of new boat builds over the years, the sweet spot in the lineup is the N55, N60, and N63, based on the number of builds for those models. The three models share the same hull and offer similar accommodations. They can be built with single or twin engines, and they have evolved with wide side decks on the starboard side, which experience has shown offers the maximum in accommodations and working deck layout.

For many enthusiasts of the trawler community, and whose ideas of bucket list cruises includes distant shores and islands associated with either lavish tropical paradise or remote minimalist adventures, the Nordhavn continues to be one of the top choices.

While many might argue that the standard 24VDC bow thruster is not as good as a larger hydraulic unit that can run continuously, or that the standard single generator is not as good as duplicate, 20kW units or a smaller second unit for lighter and nighttime duty, this is the stuff of dock debate. And of course, buyers can opt for duplicate generators and other systems well beyond the standard spec sheet.

Many folks like to argue about the finer points that constitute the perfect passagemaker. But as history has shown, the number of Nordhavns and their owners, enjoying life around the globe, prove that at some point, it is just time to go.

As a wise person once said, perfection is the enemy of good enough. And in all aspects of the Nordhavn experience, things are well beyond simply good enough.

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Nordhavn Yachts Northwest  is pleased to announce the hire of yacht broker, Michelle Anderegg

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Michelle joins Don Kohlmann, Sales Manager at Nordhavn Yachts Northwest, bringing with her a rich and diverse boating history. Michelle grew up on the water, her parents deciding to move aboard a 30-ft O’day sailboat weeks after her birth. Later they moved on to a 41-ft Morgan out-island ketch where Michelle divided her time between homeschooling lessons and diving and exploring the Bahamas’ waters. As a youngster, she became adept at boat handling.

After marriage, Michelle and her husband moved to Newport, RI, and got jobs crewing on charter boats and doing deliveries. Years later, the couple relocated across the country and Michelle got her first yacht broker job at Dreamcatcher Yachts in Dana Point, CA, just steps away from the former Nordhavn sales office.

 Michelle  found great success selling boats and soon partnered in the purchase of Dreamcatcher as well as a neighboring brokerage outfit; Michelle repped Pacific Seacraft, Selene, Jefferson and Fathom. Through Pacific Seacraft, she became acquainted with then-production manager Don Kohlmann as well as with the Nordhavn 40 which, at the time, was being built there.

Michelle sold Dreamcatcher in 2009 to pursue other interests. When she and her husband moved to Seattle last year, she reached out to Don Kohlmann, current sales manager at Nordhavn Yachts Northwest, just as he was looking to fill a broker’s position.

“Although we were competitors with our Selene line, we always admired Nordhavn,” said Michelle. “So when it came time to decide where I wanted to sell boats, I thought Nordhavn would be a good fit. I’m really looking forward to getting out on the water with the boats and working >with customers.” Contact Michelle at [email protected]

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Nordhavn 63.

The Nordhavn 63 is yet another iteration of one of our most proven hull forms, the  Nordhavn 55 that became one of the most popular and one of the most tested models we’ve produced. We extended the N55 and designed the 60-foot version to meet owners’ demands for increased space.

The 63 is actually an aft wheelhouse version of the N60 and its extended cockpit and boat deck. Looks-wise, however, this model retains the same salty feel that popularized the Nordhavn 62 . For those who love the N62 but have a width restriction at their slip, the N63 may be the perfect choice with its 18-foot beam. One of PAE’s greatest qualities is the ability of our Chief of Design, Jeff Leishman, and his engineering staff to continually conceive, design, evolve and introduce exciting new models.

While the 63 shares the same hull as the N55/60 designs, an entire new deck and engine room mold have been created for it, providing increased interior volume and added amenities.

For instance, just forward of the engine room door on the 55/60 sits the utility room with washer, dryer and freezer. On the 63, this area has been expanded to also include a crew quarters to port with fixed berth and pipe berth at the forward end. Another layout change is the centerline guest stateroom and four large opening port lights, both of which come standard.

Perhaps the greatest attribute of the N63 is realized while stepping through the cockpit door. Not only is this boat incredibly spacious, it exudes luxury. Standard on the 63 is the same raised paneled cherry wood that was ordered on hull #1 of the  Expedition Yachtfisher . And in the galley are (2) 700 Series Subzero refrigerator/freezers, as well as a U-Line freezer in the utility room, providing enough storage for extended traveling.

The main saloon is larger than both the 55 and 60 and offers two wrapping settees for entertaining with the galley on the same level. A unique hatch alcove on the port side of the Portuguese bridge allows light and air below to the galley; it sits just above the GE stainless steel LPG 5 burner cooktop and convection/ microwave oven.  Like all Nordhavns, granite countertops are beautifully crafted from your selection of our latest array of samples.

Two steps below the main salon you will find the master cabin near amidships on the port side. A walkaround bed facing athwart ships with two large ports creates a light and airy feeling in the cabin. The master head is designed to please the first mate. The space and furnishings in all areas are designed to be as welcoming as they are beautiful.

Opposite the master cabin on the starboard side is the day head which is convenient to the main saloon and is complete with shower and opening ports for light and air.

Forward to the bow is the guest cabin which rivals the master cabin with its port lights, a walkaround bed on center line, drawers and cedar lined closets for clothing storage.

A great view all around is provided from the wheel house which is just about the same height as the 55 but aft which gives added protection and that very cool look that has made the 62 such a popular model. A very handy off-watch cabin aft on the same level, keeps crew close to the action if needed and also provides a full head and shower on starboard. Just beyond the pilothouse is the open aft lounge deck with full 360 degree access to the Portuguese bridge. Port and starboard control pods on the Portuguese bridge are an option that can be added amidships for ease in docking.

The 63 is powered by the John Deere 6090AFM w/M2 rating of 225 HP @ 2,200 rpm, which is keel cooled to enable a dry stack exhaust. The transmission is an equally bullet proof ZF ZFW325 with a 4 to 1 reduction gear. The Nordhavn 63 has a fuel capacity of 2,500 gallons contained in four main tanks and one aluminum “day tank” holding 31 gallons which gravity feed from main wing tanks. As with all Nordhavns, the range is approximately 3,000 nm.

The large open foredeck can support a tender as large as 15-1/5′ and it comes standard with a Steelhead ES 1500 telescoping yacht crane with a 1500-lb. safe working load.

Another design cue taken from the N75 EYF is the updated dry stack which trails aft of the radar platform and forms the support for the dual tracking domes atop the pilothouse.

N63 Quick Specs

Running/exterior gallery, interior gallery, specifications, basic structure.

Hull lamination schedule per construction plan Vinylester resin used in first laminations All exterior gelcoat to be White Ferro “Super Shield” on superstructure and Arocoat brand on hull and non-skid

Deck lamination schedule per construction plan

Core: Cabin side (vertical surfaces): Foam Klegcell R75 or equivalent cross-linked foam Cabin top and deck (horizontal surfaces): E.G.B. (9-12 lbs. ( 3.4-4.5 kg) per sq ft) Baltek Hull interior: solid series of laminates

Deck/hull joint: Between deck and hull flange: 3M 5200 Inside of joint: 2 layers M & W.R. Mechanical fastening: 1/4″ (6.35mm) x 20 stainless steel thru bolt on 6″ (15.2cm) centers where accessible. In areas that cannot be accessed self-tapping machine screws used

Longitudinal Stringer Hull: 6 full length port and starboard, engine beds and floor stringers – topside stringers – longitudinal and vertical Deck: per design

Interior floors: per design – for salon floor and forward engine room bulkhead structure to be of Nidacore composite as done on the Nordhavn 55

Ballast: Lead approximately 10,000 lbs

GELCOAT COLORS (standard boat) Hull: Arocoat #340 gray Deck: Ferro White Non-skid: Arocoat – light gray – to match CCP color chart #A139 Boot-top stripe: Arocoat #348 dark blue

Standard Machinery

John Deere 6090AFM 325 HP @2200rpm ZF #ZFW325 3.958:1 reduction transmission Alternators: 1 x 24 volt 175 amp large case alternator to charge house batteries. 1 x 24 volt 40 amp small case alternator to charge starting battery SAE “C” pad live PTO on gear box Engine instrument panel: deluxe with instrumentation for oil pressure, water temperature, voltage, revolutions, hour meter, alarm, & powerview. Engine control levers Morse model #31001-001 Twin S Control cables to be Morse 33C Supreme length to suit Fernstrum Grid Cooler – model #CN1257U-E1

Propeller shaft: 3″ (8.8cm) A22HS Taper details: double taper shaft with standard SAE taper for propeller

Propeller: 5 bladed bronze, diameter x pitch – TBD

Stern tube: FRP Bearings: rubber Johnson Duramax cutless bearings (half bearing at the forward end of the stern tube) Stuffing Box: bronze 3 bolt type

Fuel filters: one Duplex 75-900 – Racor #75-900FGX2 plus engine mounted filter

Dry Exhaust: 5″ (12.7cm) diameter stainless steel Flexible section: stainless steel “wrinkle belly” In line muffler: Cowl model # TXS5OPLSOOO Exhaust cap: stainless steel with slots to deter water Exhaust to run to top of stack Drain valve at turn of exhaust to drain off water while vessel is unattended All components mounted with isolation mounts per PAE design

Heat insulation material: entire exhaust system including inside upper stack to be wrapped with custom exhaust blanket

Engine cooling system to be filled with suitable mixture of coolant/antifreeze to insure coolant does not freeze for winter shipment ( see engine manufacturer specifications for proper coolant mixture and type)

Engine room & lazarette floors: white – FRP with non-skid – no wood structure used within engine room

Engine room finish: painted white and insulated with Technitron or equivalent fire proof foiled and leaded foam 2″ (5.08cm) thick. All exposed insulated surfaces to be lined with perforated anodized aluminum sheets

Engine room blowers – (1) Multifan 110v #4C859 exhaust – (2) Multifan 110v #4C859 intake

Engine room door and door from lazarette to engine room to be Diamond SeaGlaze with view port on main engine room door

Stainless steel railing around engine

Generator: Northern Lights 20kw 240V 60Hz with sound shield Gen-sep exhaust system 24V start with two Group 31 batteries Centek water lift muffler

Bow thruster: Side Power 15hp 24 volt 12″ (30.5cm) tunnel #SP220TC controls located in the pilothouse

Fuel tanks: Number and capacity: 4 main tanks totaling 2,500 gallons (9,463.5 l) with one centerline aluminum “Day Tank” at 31 gallons (117.3 l) which will gravity feed from main wing tanks and center tank FRP construction using fire retardant gelcoat on outside of tanks to meet ABYC standards section H-33.20 for FRP fuel tanks per plan Inspection plates appropriately positioned for interior access by average size man. Inspection plates to have label with all information stated in ABYC section H-33.16.3 Each internal baffle with a removable panel to allow access to entire interior of both fuel tanks Fuel system to include an aluminum supply reservoir, which feeds by gravity from 4 fuel tanks. Top part of supply reservoir to hold approximately 2 gallons (7.57 l) and fitted with a sight gauge with a one gallon range and 10th gallon (0.4 l) marks for fuel consumption checks (supply lines are turned off and fuel is consumed from reservoir). Bottom part of reservoir to be approximately 28 gallons (106 l) fitted with a drain off at the bottom of the reservoir for water purging and with a water sensor – illuminating a light in wheelhouse if excessive water is present. Reservoir fitted with four draw spigots for main, generator, wing engine and spare – mounted at lower level of reservoir but above water sensing probe. All returns from main, wing and generator plumbed into reservoir Sight gauges provided for two engine room fuel tanks and vented into main vent system for each tank per PAE design Each tank to be air tested to 4 pounds per sq. inch Provide baffles on 24″ (61cm) centers with removable panels for access to all areas of tank A transfer manifold, Walbro (WLB 6803) 24V fuel pump with timer switch and Racor 900 fuel filter which can transfer fuel from one tank to another and scrub fuel while transferring. Transfer is also used to fill top part of supply reservoir for consumption testing when main fuel tank level drops below the level of the testing part of the reservoir System to be built per PAE design Tanks to be filled with 200 gallons (757 l) diesel before shipment to U.S. for testing system and running boat from port to port

Fuel pipe and hose: Supply lines from tanks to supply reservoir are 3/4″ (1.9cm) ID with Aeroquip brand fuel hose and swaged brass fittings Fuel line from supply reservoir to main engine filter is 3/4″ (1.9cm) ID with Aeroquip brand fuel hose and swaged brass fittings Fuel lines from supply reservoir to generator and optional wing engine to be 1/2″ (1.27cm) ID with Aeroquip brand fuel hose and swaged fittings Vent lines to be fuel certified, reinforced hose 3/4″ (1.9cm) ID. Each tank to have two vents, one forward and one aft Return lines to be 1/2″ (1.27cm) ID Aeroquip brand with swaged fittings Fuel fills to be 2″ (5.08cm) ID Trident approved fuel hose Interior surfaces of tanks to be vacuumed and wiped down prior to final closure to ensure no contaminates enter the fuel system from the tanks All hardware that comes in contact with fuel to be bonded into the ships bonding system

Water tanks: Number and capacity:1 baffled tank totaling 600 gallons (2271 l) FRP construction using FDA approved gelcoat on inside surfaces per plan Inspection plates: appropriately positioned for access Each tank air tested: 4 pounds (1.5kg) per sq. inch Wema water tank gauge System built per PAE design Interior of tanks to be vacuumed and wiped down prior to final closure

Water hoses: Cold water: 1/2″ (1.27cm) dia. Whale brand tubing system or equivalent with all Whale fittings Hot water: 1/2″ (1.27cm) dia. Whale tubing with all Whale fittings Sea water hoses: Trident reinforced rubber certified for marine use and provided with double stainless steel clamps below the water line Water lines from tank to pump and from pump to accumulator to be 1″ (2.5cm) ID reinforced hose suitable for potable water. All lines after accumulator are to be 1/2″ (1.27cm) ID Whale brand

Water heater: 40 gallon for 220 volt and heat exchanger operation

Thru Hulls: bronze body, stainless steel balls and Teflon seats Grounding wire: #6 gauge green wire Each thru hull to have a clearly visible tag indicating its function

Fresh water pressure pump: Headhunter “Mach 5” #M5-115 , 115V

Accumulator tank: one Groco #PST-3

Plumbing fixtures: Head sink: Sealand #1620 oval, color white Galley sink: double stainless steel side by side Kindred model #QDCU2031R/8 Pilot house sink: Scandvik stainless steel #101001-10 Head faucets: Three: one in owner’s stateroom head, one in guest stateroom head and one in pilothouse head. Grohe – Europlus – chrome single lever style #33170 Head faucets – one in lower sink – Grohe – Eurodisc 33.413 000 – chrome Galley faucet: Galley faucet – one: Grohe – Eurostyle 33.980 000 high profile with side spray – chrome Shower fixtures for the master and guest heads – Grohe Rainshower Rustic 27.140. 000 – chrome – pressure balance valve trim Europlus #19716 – chrome, rough-in valve #35015 Fresh water wash down fittings: Scandvik #11204 stainless steel hose spigot X 3 (aft deck, foredeck, and engine room)

Gray Water Tank: Galley sink, head sinks, shower sumps and washing machine drain to 110 gallon (416 l) sump tank. Each drain to have an appropriate water trap to control odors. Sump to include Sealand Tank Watch 4 24 volt level indicator and a Sealand T24 Waste Pump fitted with an 24 volt Ultra Jr. pump switch #WPS-02-24/32 and auto/manual control panel. Whale/Henderson #BP0527 hand operated diaphragm bilge pump to be installed in line with Sealand T24 for manual pumping of gray water tank per PAE design

Bilge pumps: per PAE design Electric: Par 34600-0010 24V diaphragm with 24V Ultraswitch auto switch Manual: Edson model #638AL operable from main salon High water bilge pump 24V Rule 3700 GPH (#16A) – mounted in bilge above normal bilge water height including Ultra Sr. pump switch #WPS-01-24/32 and Ultra bilge alarm #WA-201

Toilets: Tecma fresh water flush only 24 volt Heads fitted with a Par #45510-1000 Y valve allowing sewage to be pumped overboard or into holding tank Holding tank: FRP Holding tank pump: Sealand T24 24V plus Whale/Henderson #BP0527 hand operated diaphragm pumps to be installed in-line with each other per PAE design Holding tank fitted with a deck pump out Sealand Tank Watch 4 monitoring system

All hoses throughout boat to be Trident brand with CE approval – where practical

LPG system: LPG bottles: Two (2) Worthington #D200145WCI 20 lb.(7.5kg) installed inside the port transom locker Control panel and detection system: Xantex S-2A and MS-2 sniffer with voltage reducer #CNV-12-1 for 24V service Regulator: Two stage #12301411 Pig Tail’ hoses: Trident x 2 #1014140120 All necessary pipe fittings and adapters System to meet all ABYC and USCG regulations

Electrical System

Electrical panel set consisting of the following: (1) AC/DC Electrical distribution panel located in the lower companion area, with (1) DC communication panel located at the pilothouse lower console One (1) parallel switch for emergency engine/house battery paralleling Engine and generator battery shut off switch and panel

Shore power inlets & AC system per PAE design Marinco #6373EL stainless steel 50A 3 pole 4 wire 120/240V 60Hz Marinco #303SSEL stainless steel 30A 2 pole 3 wire 120V 60Hz Olsun isolation transformer SGS 12 YY-0-15 Olsun balancing transformer SGS 7.5 HD-2-316 SS All galley, head, and exterior outlets to be run through a GFCI type outlet

Battery and DC system per PAE design Batteries: 8 x 255+ AH (8D) Lifeline batteries in series (two banks of four) for 24 volt house service (1,020 amp hours) and two additional 4Ds in series for 24 volt engine starting. The engine starting batteries are isolated from the house batteries, preventing inadvertent discharge of the engine starting batteries. The main engine has dual alternators (1 x 175 amp large case for charging house bank and 1 x 40 amp for charging engine battery). Parallel switches provide for emergency engine starting Battery: 1 x Group 31 Lifeline battery in pilot house for house 12v service – with 20 amp charger Each battery secured with stainless steel tie down beams

Battery cable: to be “00” for general battery leads with “0000” for starting and other heavy load items with longer runs Positive lead to be red Negative lead to be black

All wiring used throughout boat to be color coded – all wire supplied by factory to be tinned wire

Conduits for future installations PVC from stack to pilothouse PVC from engine room to pilothouse PVC from aft corners of salon overhead to engine room

Radio ground plane (optional)

Electrolytic control: All thru hulls to be bonded together with a #6 green wire and tied into a copper bonding bar as done on the Nordhavn 55 and tied into the 24 volt DC ground system (per PAE electrical schematic drawings) All hardware mounted below waterline i.e. stuffing box, stern bearing housing, rudder shoe, rudder frame, and rudder stuffing box to be grounded into bonding system Zinc plates: (3) x 2-1/2″ x 5-3/4″ (6.35cm x 14.6cm) tied into the bonding system

Inverter to be 3500 watt / 24V inverter/battery charger included with remote panel near the main electrical panel

TV/phone inlet Marinco #PH6592TV-SS phone wired to pilothouse and owner’s cabin. TV wired to salon TV locker and owner’s cabin

Hynautic / Teleflex hydraulic steering system comprised of the following components: Slave cylinder “SeaStar” # HC5802HY x 2 Helm pump model #H-41 x 1 Reservoir model #R-06 x 1 Relief valve MSV-21 x 1 Helm fitting #HF-21 x 1 Relief fitting # MSVF-13 x 1 Copper fittings: 1/2″ (1.27cm) #MSRF-01 Tiller arm: Stainless steel to suit dual ram installation

Hydraulic lines: Hynautic brand/copper tubing

Steering wheel: 30″ stainless steel destroyer type

Emergency tiller: to attach to top of rudder post and stow in lazarette

By-pass valve for emergency tiller steering

Rudder stock: 2 3/4″ (6.98cm) stainless steel

Rudder backbone plate: 3/8″ (9.5mm) stainless steel with lightening holes sheathed in FRP and foam per PAE design

Bronze rudder carrier shoe

Rudder carrier top: Stainless steel with collar bearing per design Collar bearing similar to the Nordhavn 55

Rubber cutlass bearing at rudder port opening

Rudder stock stuffing box: bronze

Rudder stock tube: FRP

316L Stainless Steel rudder carrier shoe

Interior Finish / Equipment

GALLEY Refrigerator & Freezer: (2) General Electric (G.E.) Monogram with custom cherry doors with locks Countertops: “Granite” – from PAE selection Flooring: “Granite” – from PAE selection Cabinetry/paneling – cherry with satin varnish – Nordhavn 7501 interior joiner work with contrasting paneling GE stainless steel cook top – LPG – 110v start from inverter GE stainless steel oven – 240v GE convection/microwave oven – stainless steeel finish GE 15″ (38.1 cm) trash compactor – stainless steel finish Overhead: individual padded panels Majalite Nova-suede #T3D4 “Champagne” secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro and easily removable for service of deck hardware and wiring Locker interior finish: Formica GE 18″ (45.72 cm) dishwasher with black finish Freezer – U-Line located in crewcabin/laundry room Area behind stove to be granite as on the Nordhavn 55 Walk-in pantry in hallway leading to staterooms with formica interior and shelving

MAIN SALON Floors: cherry and spruce Cabinetry/paneling – cherry with satin varnish – Nordhavn 7501 interior joiner work with contrasting paneling Dinette and coffee table: cherry Furniture: settee as designed with all detail as shown in layout drawing Overhead: individual padded panels Majilite Nova-suede #T3D4 “Champagne” secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro Locker interior finish: Formica Cushions with Ultraleather upholstery – Note: single color choice and pattern for salon settees, salon club chair, pilothouse settee, and pilothouse swing out stool Cherry valance and air con soffits over windows (1) Ultraleather upholstered swivel based club chair made by Jeddy’s Interiors. Note: single color choice and pattern for salon settees, salon club chair, pilothouse settee, and pilothouse swing out stool

MASTER CABIN Floors: cherry and spruce Cabinetry/paneling – cherry with satin varnish – Nordhavn 7501 interior joiner work with contrasting paneling Overhead: individual padded panels Majilite Nova-suede #T3D4 “Champagne” secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro Locker interior finish: Formica Foam mattress with standard ticking upholstery All visible hull surfaces within stateroom (not including locker interiors) – to have horizontal cherry staving Countertops to be cherry

HEADS Floors: “Granite” – from PAE selection Countertop: “Granite” – from PAE selection Mirrors in front of sink with opening doors Shower pan – white – gelcoated FRP with non-skid including glass shower door in master and bi fold glass door in guest showers Overhead: individual padded panels Majilite Nova-suede #T3D4 “Champagne” secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro Locker interior finish: Formica Exhaust blower: 110V Dayton #2C647 on 30 minute timer Towel bars x (3) Head and interior cabinetry to be cherry with satin varnish – Nordhavn 7501 interior joiner work with contrasting paneling Shower fixtures for the master and guest heads – Grohe Rainshower Rustic 27.140. 000 – chrome – pressure balance valve trim Europlus #19716 – chrome, rough-in valve #35015

FOREPEAK Painted with gray gelcoat Drain to thru-hull through boot top

PILOTHOUSE Floors: cherry and spruce Cabinetry – cherry with satin varnish – Nordhavn 7501 interior joiner work with contrasting paneling Countertops and dash panels: black formica Overhead: individual padded panels Majilite Nova-suede #T3D4 “Champagne” secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro Table: cherry wood Locker interior finish: Formica/painted wood Cushions with Ultraleather upholstery Note: single color choice and pattern for salon settees, salon club chair, pilothouse settee, and pilothouse swing out stool Chart light: Cantalupi-Vulcano 24V # 72302 Cherry louvers on tops of console for ventilation of electronics Chart drawers under settee Stidd helm chair #500N-1X2 “Slimline Admiral” Chart table with Ultraleather upholstered swing out stool. Note: single color choice and pattern for salon settees, salon club chair, pilothouse settee, and pilothouse swing out stool

FORWARD GUEST CABIN Floors: cherry and spruce Cabinetry/paneling: cherry with satin varnish – Nordhavn 7501 interior joiner work with contrasting paneling Overhead: individual padded panels Majilite Nova-suede #T3D4 “Champagne” secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro Locker interior finish: Formica Mattress: foam covered with standard ticking upholstery Drawers located at the foot of the bed All visible hull surfaces within stateroom (not including locker interiors) – to have horizontal cherry staving Countertops cherry

PILOTHOUSE GUEST CABIN Floors: cherry and spruce Cabinetry/paneling: cherry paneling – satin varnish with cherry trim – Nordhavn 7501 interior joiner work with contrasting door paneling Overhead: individual padded panels Majilite Nova-suede #T3D4 “Champagne” secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro Mattress: foam covered with standard ticking upholstery Locker interior finish: Formica

CREW CABIN / LAUNDRY ROOM Floor: cherry and spruce Portside bunk and pipe berth aft of the washer, dryer, and freezer Cabinetry/paneling: white Formica paneling with cherry trim Overhead: individual padded panels Majalite Nova-suede #T3D4 “Champagne” secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro Locker interior finish: Formica Asko washer and Asko dryer installed in locker with doors. Drain to gray water tank Freezer: U-Line

All locker doors to have push button style latches

All interior stateroom doors to be Mobella #3635U hardware like the Nordhavn 55

All hanging lockers to be lined with cedar and have 24V lights with auto switch

All hand rails shown on drawing to be included

LIGHTING Main overhead lighting throughout: Cantalupi “Walter” 2001 24V with wall switches for each designated area Exterior courtesy lights to be Cantilupi “Polaris” LED Engine room lights: AC fluorescent – 4 x 24″ (61cm) dual fluorescent (#1616K81) switch at entrance to engine room. 4 x 24″ (61cm) dual fluorescent (#1616K81) for lazarette. Additionally – 6 x 24 volt dome lights in engine room – 3 x 24Volt dome lights in lazarette (McMaster Carr) Exterior dome lights: Cantalupi “Tuna” #CN20901 24Volt (3 on aft deck and 4 on side deck) Navigation lights: 24V Hella port & starboard #62210/62209, stern #62208, masthead #62206, anchor #62222 Owners cabin reading lights: Cantalupi “Vienna” 24V chrome x 2 Courtesy lights: Cantilupi ” Storm” 24V Vanity lights: Cantalupi “Tebe” 2001 w/ switch x 4 24V (2 at owners sink, 2 at guest sink) Vanity lights at the sides of the stbd side guest stateroom head mirror: Imtra “Zeus” x (4) 24V Guest cabin reading lights: Cantalupi “Vienna” chrome x (2) 24V Overhead reading lights: Cantilupi “Tebe” 2001 w/ switch 24V Deck flood lights: Two (2) Aqua signal 120v / 500w series 1069 mounted on port & starboard sides of pilothouse combing Hanging locker lights: 24V dome light local made

Air Conditioning   |   Fire Protection System   |   Lighting   |   Exterior Deck Hardware

Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning: Air handler zones operated by remote mounted compressors with SMX controls. Zones are: FN7C-P/EHBO7C – Starboard guest cabin – 7,000 BTU FN7C-P/EHBO7C – Port guest cabin- 7,000 BTU FN10C-P/EHBO10C – Laundry area – 12,000 BTU FN10C-P/EHB024C – Owner’s cabin- 24,000 BTU FN30C-P/EHBO24C – Salon/Galley – 48,000 BTU (2 zones) FN24C-P/EHBO24C – Wheelhouse- 48,000 BTU (2 zones) FN16C-P/EHBO16C – Engine room- 16,000 BTU

Heating: Above optional air-conditioning is “reverse cycle” for heating. Also, each air handler is equipped with an inductive “heat strip” for use in cold water situations where the reverse cycle system is not efficient

Engine Room Ventilation System Two (2) Intake Blowers – 230 volt AC 50/60 Hz rated at 2000 CFM @ 0.0″ SP @ 60 Hz. Two (2) louvered vents on aft deck wings with screened blower inlet One (1) Exhaust Blower – 230 volt AC 50/60 Hz rated at 2000 CFM @ 0.0″ SP @ 60 Hz. One (1) vent on aft side exhaust stack with screened blower inlet Fire/Smoke Dampers – Ruskin CD36 low leakage control damper, 12″x12″ (30.5 cm x 30.5 cm) stainless steel rear flanged equipped with a side mounted Honeywell H-2024 (24 volt DC) fast-acting, two position actuator. One (1) damper each installed on the engine room side of each blower for easy access. Each damper will be normally open and will close on SEAFIRE actuation. For boats equipped with main engine dry exhaust, one (1) damper each installed on the inside of each main engine exhaust stack louvered vent opening – damper size to be compatible with stack opening Auto blower stop and damper closure on enginerRoom SEAFIRE actuation (See Fire Protection System) Note: See Noise Control item F

Lazarette And Forward Machinery Compartment One (1) Exhaust Blower each compartment – 120 volt AC 60 Hz – rated at 150 CFM Auto blower stop on SEAFIRE actuation in the compartment

Heads One (1) exhaust blower each head (3 total) – 120 volt AC. 60 Hz – rated at 150 CFM. On/Off wall switch for blower start and stop One (1) Decorator spring-wound mechanical timer each head. Switches wired in blower circuit to stop fan at zero setting

Staterooms One (1) supply blower for master, forward guest staterooms (3 total). 120 volt AC 60 Hz – rated at 150 CFM. On/Off wall switch for blower start and stop Outside air supplied from a louvered intake and ducted to the stateroom. Exhaust air from each stateroom routed to berthing passageway Blower located to insure minimal noise in stateroom

Fire Protection System

SEAFIRE Fixed System Fire Extinguishers – Three (3) Systems Engine Room: One (1) SEAFIRE Model # FD-1500-M One (1) SEAFIRE Automatic Engine Shutdown System Model # 131-260 24 volt DC for main engine, generators, engine room blowers, fire/smoke dampers One (1) SEAFIRE Manual Discharge Cable 30′ (10.4 m) Model # 135-030 Lazarette: One (1) SEAFIRE Model # FD-700-M One (1) SEAFIRE Deluxe Discharge Alarm Model # 131-290 One (1) SEAFIRE Manual Discharge Cable 30′ (10.4 m) Model # 135-030 Forward Bilge (Machinery Compartment): One (1) SEAFIRE Model # FD-300-M One (1) SEAFIRE Deluxe Discharge Alarm Model # 131-290

Portable Fire Extinguishers Pilothouse, flybridge, galley and salon: One (1) each USCG TYPE B-II – (4 total) Three (3) cabins: One (1) each USCG TYPE B-1 (3 total)

Smoke/carbon monoxide detectors in each sleeping cabin, engine room, salon/galley, pilothouse, laundry and lazarette (8 total)

Main overhead lighting throughout interior: 24 volt Cantalupi. Lighting controlled by wall switches in black

Exterior overhead lights, F/B and side decks: 24 volt Cantalupi

Overhead reading lights: 24 volt Cantalupi direction spot lights controlled from separate switches

Engine Room and Lazarette Lights 120 volt AC fluorescent 24 volt DC back-up lighting

Courtesy Lights Exterior: LED, 24 volt, stainless steel Interior: LED, 24 volt, stainless steel

Hanging Locker Lights and misc. Locker Lights: 24 volt

Navigation lights and signal lights for vessels over 12 m (39′ 4″): Aqua Signal 43 Series Port navigation light – # 43300 24 volt Starboard navigation light – # 43200 24 volt Stern light – # 43500 24 volt Steaming light – # 43400 24 volt Anchor light – # 43000 24 volt FRP “Light Stand” per PAE design

Owner’s cabin and forward – port guest cabin to have two (2) 24 volt Cantalupi chrome swing arm reading lights (4 total)

Deck Floodlights: Three (3) Aqua signal 120 volt/500 watt series 1069 mounted on port and starboard spreaders and aft side of boat deck

Starboard forward guest cabin reading lights: Cantalupi “Time” with switch x two (2)

ACR dual beam electronic spot light (RCL 100D). Dual station remote control unit mounted on the exhaust stack

Exterior Deck Hardware

All horizontal surfaces on deck have a diamond pattern non-skid as shown in deck plan. Standard non-skid to be a contrasting color to parameter deck

Chocks for mooring lines: Transom: stainless steel with attached cleat – recessed x 1 Transom sides: stainless steel with attached cleat – recessed x 4 Amidships: stainless steel with attached cleat – recessed x 2 Bow: stainless steel with attached cleat x 4 2 x 12″ (30.5cm) stainless steel cleat at bow

Lower and upper rubrails FRP with a stainless steel cap – rub rails integral to hull

Ports: (7) oval 16″ (40.6cm) x 7″ (17.8cm) & (3) rectangular 34″ (86.4cm) x 16″ (40.6cm) stainless steel ports in hull as shown on design with tempered glass – all hull ports to include stainless steel deadlights

Bow roller: FRP and stainless steel double bow roller with bronze rollers to accommodate a 170lb. Anchor on starboard roller and the port roller to be designed for a second lighter anchor or for mooring lines. Roller on starboard side to be slotted for chain and the port roller to be smooth for line – roller to be built per PAE design

Stainless steel stanchions for lifelines around the foredeck to be 1 1/4″ (3.2cm) diameter. Railing from the raised section in the foredeck bulwarks around the bow pulpit to be 1 1/4″ (3.2cm) diameter

Windlass: Maxwell 24 volt VWC 3500 windlass with 1/2″ (1.27cm) HT chain wheel, to be mounted on a molded FRP base Chain: 400 ft 1/2″ (1.27cm) HT chain Maxwell chain stopper mounted on bow roller Anchor: 170lb. (63.5kg) stainless steel plow type anchor

Foredeck hatches to be (2) Lewmar Ocean 30 series & (2) Lewmar Ocean 70 series with Lewmar screens. One (1) Freeman #18HAALR over chain locker. Pilot house hatches to be (1) Lewmar Ocean 70 series with screen, (1) Lewmar Ocean 30 series with screen in the captain’s cabin, and (1) Lewmar Ocean 30 series with screen in the captain’s cabin head. Skylight hatch in port side of bridge, over galley to be Lewmar Ocean 30 series with screen

Blower: (1) x Dayton #2C647 110V blower to provide forced ventilation from inside Portuguese bridge to owner’s cabin

Davit: Steelhead ES1500 telescoping yacht crane with 1500lbs. safe working load at full extension. 8′ retracted with 12′ extended reach. 3 function hydraulics – luffing, rotation, and winch. 24V electric HPU and extention

Windshield wipers – Imtra 2 speed 24V with auto park #RC524992, #EX2108 pantograph arm x 4, with 24V window wash system, wiper control panel #EX2160604 for 4 motors

Horn: Kahlenberg K-380, compressor/tank kit, and 12 volt solenoid valve

Cockpit: Hatch to lazarette with gas shocks Shower Scandvik recessed shower box #10640640

Windows and doors: Wheel house and salon windows to be FRP framed with 12mm tempered glass Pilothouse doors: Diamond Seaglaze – Dutch – four hinged door with upper and lower dogs in addition to deadbolts and locksets. R250 series – door #9 21″x72″ (53.3cm x 182.88cm) left and right Salon door: Diamond Seaglaze – Dutch – four hinged door with window and double dogs in addition to deadbolt and lockset. R250 series – door #10 32″x73″ (81.28cm x 185.42cm)

Transom door: Pantograph hinged type – starboard side

Upper aft deck rail to be 1 1/4″ (3.2cm) diameter

Portuguese bridge lockers with double doors accessed from inside the Portuguese bridge

Pantograph hinge door leading from the Portuguese bridge to the foredeck

Four removable “U” shaped stanchions for swim step

Stainless steel swim ladder mounted on swim step

Stainless steel step into lazarette

FRP exhaust stack per PAE design

Deck drains: Per PAE deck plan

Side deck boarding door to be two piece. Top to hinge and fold up and over and bottom to open outboard. Freeman “blind” dog set to secure door

All exterior locker doors to use Perko fig.777 flush hatch dogs

All exterior door keeps to be ABI #2039CH

All exterior locker doors to have stainless steel louvered vents

Bollards: (4) Stainless steel Aritex #A251 Type 400 stainless steel 316 on foredeck

NORDHAVN 63 name plates from Aritex


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