Nordic Tugs are a top quality trawler made in the U.S.A. ideal for safe and comfortable long distance journeys or coastal cruising. Their seaworthy, semi-displaced and chine railed hull makes her fast yet very fuel efficient. "Retreiver's" fuel burn ration is 2 gallons per hour at 1300 rpm moving at 8.1 knots (see photo graph for more specs). "Retriever" has low hours (1075 hrs) on her single Cummins diesel (330 hp) along with a bow thruster for ease of handling in tight spots. "Retriever" just came down from Michigan where she spent her last tens years on freshwater Lake Erie and is now available for sale in sunny Vero Beach, Florida. Her hull was awlgripped nine years ago. Brand new listing Nov 2012.
- Builder / Designer
- Builder: Nordic Tugs Designer: Lynn Senour
- LOA: 39 feet 2 inches LWL: 37.33 feet BEAM: 12 feet 11 inches DRAFT: 48 inchdes (4 feet) DISPLACEMENT: 20,100 pounds, this includes 200 gallons of fuel and approx 400 bls of gear
- Engine: Cummins Model: 6BTA 5.9 M-3 HP: 330 hp / 2800 rpm WOT: 16.8 knots @ 2800 rpm CRUISING SPEED: 7 to 8 knots Fuel Burn: 1.98 GPH / 1300 rpm @ 8.1 knots (see photo chart) Range: Up to 2k statue miles at 1000 rpm / 5.95 knots Hours: 1091 Filter: Racor model 900FG-S/S Gear: ZF Hurth Marine model #IRM280PL Propeller Size: 28" x 25" LH Dyna-Quad w/Tuna Shaft: 2" x 201.75" Dripless Shaft Seal Installed (PSS) Northern Lights 6kw Genset w/ less than 200 hrs Capilano / Teleflex Hyrdraulic Steering System Morse MT-3 Control
- FUEL: 370 gallons WATER: 150 gallons HOLDING: 40 gallons Tank Tender Monitoring
- Interior Layout
- The interior can be accessed through a door from the cockpit or from either side of the pilot house. Entering from the cockpit, the L-shaped dinette/salon is to port and the spacious galley runs down the starboard side of the boat. The galley has lots of work space and storage as well as 3-burner stove and full size fridge w/ freezer. Step up to the pilot house area which has a long bench-seat on either side of the stairs. Sliding doors open to the side decks; the helm and navigation instruments are on the starboard side, with a wide shelf to port of a companionway that takes you down to a vestibule which leads to the living quarters. On the port side of the vestibule is a cabin with bunk beds; to starboard is the head; the main cabin has a centerline, queen-sized berth with steps on either side allowing an easy step-up. There is storage below the berth and lockers in each aft corner. The anchor locker can be accessed from the head of the bed.
- Open, Airy 'n Bright Double Stainless Steel Sinks Pressurized Hot 'n Cold Water Norcold Fridge / Freezer 12VDC / 120 VAC Princess 3 burner Stove w/Oven Microwave Oven by Rival Lots of countertop space with shelves and drawers
- Electronics and Navigation
- Raymarine c120 GPS Charplotter Raytheon Pathfinder RL70 Radar w/48 mile range Raymarine Tri-Data Instruments VHF Radio Depth Sounder Raytheon ST5000 Autopilot
- Electrical System
- Northern Lights 6 kw Generator less than 200 hrs. Side Power 4 hp Bow Thruster 12VDC Simpson-Lawrence Sprint 1000 Vertical Windlass Vacuflush Sanitation System by Sealand 12vDC macerator pump - also deck pump out fitting 110VAC Seaward Electric Water Heater (also by Heat Exchanger) Charles 40 A Battery Charger 5000 Series Heart Interface Echo-Charge Two Ocean Marine AC units w/reverse cycle heat
- Deck Layout
- The stern platform has a door that leads into the cockpit area on the port side and dinghy davits positioned in the center. The cockpit area is deep, a sliding door leads to the interior, step up to walk down the side decks or on the starboard side a ladder takes you to the upper deck. The side decks at the aft end of the boat are narrow, but widen as one walks forward. A stainless steel pulpit and slightly raised bulwarks provide protection from the side doors forward. The foredeck has a raised coach roof area with portlights and a hatch that serve the cabins and head. The anchor roller and windlass switches are in the bow, with the windlass mounted below decks. The upper deck has two levels, the aft level is lower and has stainless steel stanchions and guards around the edge; stainless steel fender holders at either side and a mount for the life raft astern and a hatch on the port side above the ladder. The forward level is slightly higher and has spotlights, antennae, radar dome etc mounted upon it. Jolly Boats hard body dinghy w/Mercury 15 hp Four Stroke outboard.
- Manufacturer Provided Description
- The 37 is available in two configurations, the standard layout that has become so popular and a convertible layout. Customers now have an option for a boat with accommodations similar to that of the 42 in a smaller, easier to handle 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 hand-laid fiberglass hull with hard chine and full keel as well as the same attributes of speed and seakeeping qualities. The waterline length of the 37 is actually 39 feet due to a molded-in swim step that is essentially an extension of the hull giving her greater speed, stability and fuel economy.
- 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.
- Call Listing Broker Kevin Welsh 321.693.1642 to arrange a viewing of this beautiful Nordic Tug 37 in Vero Beach, Florida Kevin Welsh Professional Yacht Broker EDWARDS YACHT SALES 321.693.1642 mobile 321.777.8326 fax Kevin@EdwardsYachtSales.com www.EdwardsYachtSales.com www.CatamaransFlorida.com www.SailboatsInFlorida.com www.FloridaTrawlers.com Skype Name: kevinyachtsales