- 37 (ft.)
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- QSB 5.9 - 380 HO
- Number of Engines
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- Engine Hours
ON DEPOSIT. "Calypso" is a Nordic Tug 2005 37 flybridge with a Cummins 380hp engine (1077hrs). She is a perfect live-aboard cruiser and is impeccably maintained. She has amtico flooring in the forward cabin, head and guest stateroom. Teak and holly are in the salon and pilothouse. The blue ultra-suede in the salon are in excellent condition. Other highlights include Nu Teak Flooring in cockpit, a fuel polishing system and a 2005 15hp Everrud AB9 with electric davit system.
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
- Manufacturer Provided Description
- The Nordic Tug 37 is available with or without a flybridge and in two configurations, the twin stateroom layout that has become so popular and the convertible layout, which allows the customer to choose a 2nd head, laundry room or study. With a fuel-efficient Cummins electronically controlled diesel engine, she can reach speeds in excess of 15 knots, yet is economical enough to cruise over 1,000 nautical miles while burning less than 3 gallons per hour. The 37 gives customers an option for a boat with accommodations similar to that of the 42 in a smaller and more economical package. Designed by Lynn Senour, the originator of the Nordic Tug design, the 37 shares many of the features found in her larger and smaller siblings such as a large ship-style wheelhouse, access to the deck from either side, hand-laid fiberglass hull with hard chine and full keel as well as the same attributes of speed and sea keeping qualities. The waterline length of the 37 is actually 39' 10" due to a molded-in swim step that is essentially an extension of the hull giving her greater speed, stability and fuel economy.