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2002 40 (ft.) NORDHAVN 40

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General Information

Listing# 91118

Price
$415,000.00
Location
Marco Island, FL, United States
HIN
PAI40030I102
Manufacturer
NORDHAVN
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2002
Category
Trawlers
Model
40
Status
Used
Length
40 (ft.)
Beam
14.5
LOA
40
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
L668D
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
3000

General Details

This Nordhavn 40 was built by the legendary Pacific Seacraft Company, so you know she is built well. If you are looking for a very capable 40-foot passage maker, then you need to come and see this vessel in person. Her features are outstanding and the fuel burn is great. She was built to cruise the world—online you can read about Nordhavn yachts that have made ocean voyages such as the passage from the West Coast to Hawaii. Just imagine what you could do with her.

Specifications

Broker's Remarks
This Nordhavn 40 was built by the legendary Pacific Seacraft Company, so you know she is built well. If you are looking for a very capable 40-foot passage maker, then you need to come and see this vessel in person. Her features are outstanding and the fuel burn is great. She was built to cruise the world—online you can read about Nordhavn yachts that have made ocean voyages such as the passage from the West Coast to Hawaii. Just imagine what you could do with her.
Vessel Overview
When you step on board, it feels like you are walking onto a small ship. You can just feel the way she is built. Look around and you’ll see features you don’t see on other trawlers. That’s because you aren’t just on a trawler, but a passage maker as well—a vessel capable of crossing the oceans of the world. The range of this little warrior is outstanding. With 900 gallons of fuel, Nordhavn states that at 6 knots you have a range of about 3,450nm; at 7 knots, about 2,458nm.That’s just the start. To appreciate this yacht, you have to look at the way they’ve built her: Tube sight gauges for the water and fuel. A back up motor for the main engine, so if you ever lost the Lugger engine you could start up the Yanmar to get you home. A Paravane Passive stabilizer system to give you a better ride at sea. Dry stack exhaust to eliminate the raw water pump and cut down on through-hulls. Bow and stern thrusters to make docking easier when coming in. Northern Light 9kw generator for dependable power. Air conditioning to keep you comfortable when under way or at the dock. The inside has new upholstery, and there’s a new Memory Foam mattress in the master stateroom. The list just goes on and on. It’s hard to understand how they could get so much into a 40 foot yacht—until you step on board. Then you’ll start to understand. Come and see this craft in person, walk the decks, stand inside and think of the places this little ship could take you.
Salon
Dinette: Nice for eating or sitting; high-low table with two folding sides Six windows for good lighting and outstanding view Offshore outside clear covers for windows L-shaped seating on other side of salon Overhead lighting Overhead hand rails Aft deck door with two dog downs and lock with handle Carpet on floor Access to galley and large opening to galley Clock AC
Galley
Force 10 marine stove and oven using propane GE Microwave Compactor Subzero refrigerator Subzero freezer Water tank gauges that are sight tubs Large spice rack nicely done
Master Stateroom
New Memory Foam mattress Full size double berth Coby TV Direc TV HD unit Two opening side port lights with storm covers Two aft opening port lights Overhead opening hatch Six port side lockers Port hanging locker Six starboard side lockers Starboard hanging locker Two large draws in the base of the berth Seat Overhead lights Reading light  
Guest Stateroom
Two opening port lights with storm covers Top bunk Lower bunk is larger (can be used as double) Splendide 2000 washer/dryer vented Hanging locker Three drawers Two larger drawers under lower bunk Door to engine room
Head
Vanity with sink Mirror Four Drawers One Large locker Opening port light Overhead light Shower with seat A/C outlet Raritan Alantra electric head
Helm - Pilothouse
Tilt-up chart table port side Six windows forward, two of them have opening vents Two side doors are split like Dutch-doors (one port, one starboard, two dog downs on each door plus the lock) Two opening port lights on side Two side windows Two aft windows Lager bench seat Pilothouse berth Electrical panel for AC/DC Good standing room Overhead opening hatch Access to lower decks Compass Large helm wheel with Hynautic steering Bow and stern thrusters Mores engine controls Lugger engine gauges Yanmar wing engine controls Northern Light generator controls Maxwell windlass control Windshield wipers
Electronics
Chart plotter, radar and fish finder NEW in 2010 Raymarine C140w Chart Plotter Raymarine Fish Finder Raymarine 48 mile HD Radar Raymarine ST60+ Auto Pilot Raymarine ST 60 Wind Speed Icom VHF IC M502 Iridium SAT phone with dock KVH Tracvision with three receivers Two EPIRBs (out of date)
Deck Equipment
Maxwell Windlass with 250’ feet of 3/8 chain and a 110 lb. Bruce anchor Wash down - foredeck Stainless steel bow pulpit, two rollers Stainless steel bow cleats Conning around foredeck Foredeck nonskid walkways Deck hatch Bow rails Deck lockers Deck ventilators Deck drains Portuguese bridge walkway with door in conning to foredeck in front of wheelhouse Midship cleats Salon window covers mounted in front of wheelhouse Wheelhouse doors one port one starboard are split like Dutch doors Walkway to salon deck with dinghy and hand rails Paravane passive stabilizer system with dingy lift Spotlight foreword Aft spotlights Switlick six man life raft with hydrostatic release (out of date) Propane tank locker will hold two 20lb tanks Aft cockpit has a high conning with aft and side doors Aft seats port and starboard molded into conning with lockers
Electrical System
Northern Light generator 8KW (2,493 hours) A/C shore power cord House batteries Engine battery Two engine drive alternators AC/DC panel Central bonding system Shore power system New hot water heater
Engine Room/Mechanical Equipment
Lugger engine (3,000 hours) Northern Light generator 8KW (2,493 hours) New dry stack exhaust with muffler Yanmar wing engine for getting home Isolated wing engine fuel tank 10 gal Wing tank fuel is filtered through separate Racor when refilling from main tanks Reverse oil change system for engines and generator Port fuel tank gauges that are sight tubs Starboard fuel tank gauges that are sight tubs Racor fuel fillers for main engine Engine room power vent Heavy duty DC fuse panel Lighting 2” Edson bilge pump Sound insulation Door to guest stateroom Fuel transfer system with inline 900 Racor filter Intake thru hulls are lined up in one place  
Disclaimer
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.
customContactInformation
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