Venture Forth was commissioned in early summer of 1997, and Mac and Carole purchased her nine months later from the original owner. Throughout the world, the Nordhavn 46 has earned its reputation for safety, comfort, and economy; the design and engineering of this vessel as well as its fuel consumption also makes the Nordhavn 46 capable of long-range circumnavigation. Over the past 14 years, Venture Forth has been “home” while cruising the Sea of Cortez (Gulf of California) and the west coast of Mexico. During all of the cruising adventures and all types of wind and water, she performed flawlessly and has always been well loved and well maintained.
Please see the Full Specs on this fine vessel and contact us for a showing. She is ready to go and fullfill your dreams of visiting distant shores or just cruising the bay. She is one of the best equipped Nordhavn 46' to be available for purchase.
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Don Brame is well known cruiser around the Sea of Cortez and Brisa & Don are respected members in the San Carlos community. Anything you need or are looking for in San Carlos, please stop in and see Brisa or Don, they have contact numbers for most anything you will need. Don is on the vessel All the Way and is on the VHF net @ 0800 hrs ch 72 everyday and Don is also the local boaters weather person. San Carlos Yacht Sales Division of Mazatlan Marine Center Don Brame Marina San Carlos Loc-3 San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico 85506 Toll-free (voice/fax) 1-8558-GOSAIL (46-7245) Call via Skype Tel 011 52 (622) 226-0037 Don Cell 044-622-112-1861 EMAIL email@example.com
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
BOAT NAME: Venture Forth
DESIGNER: J. Leishman
Maximum Draft: 5’0”
Displacement: 60,000 lbs
Ballast: 4,800 lbs
Model: L-668D diesel, naturally aspirated
Total Power: 143 HP
Cruising Speed: 7-8 knots (1700 rpm)
Maximum Speed: 9 knots
Engine Hours: 1687
Fuel: 1,000 gallons (4 tanks @ 250 gallons each with sight gauges)
Fresh Water: 300 gallons (2 tanks with Hart Systems gauge)
Holding Tanks: 50 gallons (2 tanks with Sealand electric discharge pumps)
To board, there is a door amidships to starboard, a door aft to port in the cockpit, and a swim step aft with an access door to the cockpit. Access to the lazarette is through a large hatch in the cockpit.
The warm teak interior is very inviting when entering the salon and galley through the aft sliding door from the cockpit. An L-shaped settee (10’) is to port with a teak adjustable table for dining and entertaining. Another settee (7’) is to starboard; both settees provide underneath storage. The U-shaped galley is well equipped and open to the salon. All flooring in the boat is teak and spruce. Custom-bound removable carpeting is throughout the boat with non-skid strips on stairs. Stainless steel handrails are located throughout the boat.
Forward starboard of the salon are steps down which lead to the stateroom passageway; three steps up lead to the pilothouse.
The guest cabin is port aft with the accompanying head and shower across the hall to starboard. The master stateroom is forward with an island berth, its own head and shower, and a privacy door.
Entrance to the engine room is through an insulated door in the guest cabin.
The pilothouse has a comprehensive selection of electronics and communications equipment. Aft in the pilothouse is a raised bench with table and settee; above and aft of the settee is a pilot berth. There are both port and starboard sliding doors in the pilothouse.
The boat deck is accessed from port side steps outside the pilothouse. The tender is hoisted by the mast and boom assembly which also supports the dry stack exhaust. There are two stationary dock boxes on the boat deck.
The Portuguese bridge surrounds the outside of the pilothouse. The foredeck is forward of the Portuguese bridge through a door to starboard. The anchor locker is located forward as are the automatic foot controls for the windlass. There is also a stationary dock box just forward of the Portuguese bridge.
Note: Venture Forth was the first vessel offered by PAE without exterior teak. All exterior teak has been replaced with hardwood, laminated over with multiple layers of frp, and painted with a gloss gray Awlgrip.
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Morse dual-lever controls for main engine and auxiliary engine
Instrument gauges for main and auxiliary engines
Controls and instruments for generator
Master AC/DC electrical panel
24” diameter steering wheel
Furuno 207 weather fax
Splendide 7100XC combination washer/dryer
Fold-up upholstered teak seat for piloting
Snap-on sun screens for pilothouse doors and windows
Sunbrella canvas covers for all outside doors and windows
Cruiseair 12,000 btu reverse cycle heat/air conditioning unit
Extra fold-down chart table
Two Hella 12-volt fans
Snap-on bug screens for sliding doors
Two metal-framed bug screens for windows
Electric window defoggers
Wempe ship’s clock, barometer, & thermometer/hydrometer – 4 ½”-diameter each
ENGINE, MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
Lugger 668D diesel main engine – naturally aspirated (1687 hours)
Keel cooled with dry stack exhaust
Twin disc transmission
Four-blade bronze propeller (28” x 24”) with spur cutters
Yanmar 28-hp wing engine with separate shaft and Martec folding propeller (51 hours)
Northern Lights 8kw Generator with sound shield (2222 hours)
Sea Recovery AWM 600-1 water maker – 25 gallons/hour
Johnson 2200 heavy duty submersible bilge pump
American Bow Thruster 10 hp (24-volt)
Naiad Marine Model #201 hydraulic fin stabilizers
Emergency tiller (in lazarette)
Edson manual bilge pump (aft in salon)
Trace 2500-watt inverter
Racor 900-series dual fuel filters with vacuum gauges for main engine
Racor 500-series fuel filters for wing engine & generator
Seaward S1800 hot water heater
Fuel transfer with separate transfer manifold and pump to allow transferring and polishing fuel and boosting of supply manifold pressure for easy service and bleeding of the fuel system
Oil transfer system
Four (4) 8D AGM glass mat batteries – House (located in lazarette)
One (1) 8D AGM glass mat battery – Main Engine
One (1) 4D AGM glass mat battery – Generator & Wing Engine
Two (2) 4D maintenance-free Caterpillar batteries – Windlass & Bow Thruster (located forward under master bed)
Charles 5000SP 24-volt battery charger for windlass & bow thruster (located forward under master bed)
Alternator – main engine 12-volt/30 amp
Alternator – main engine 24-volt (for windlass & bow thruster)
Avon 12’-foot RIB tender mounted on cradle chocks with securing tie downs
Mercury 15 hp outboard
Canvas cover for tender & outboard
Two stationary dock boxes
Givens 8-person certified life raft
Custom canvas shade for entire boat deck when tender is launched
Electric winches mounted on boom to launch and retrieve the tender
Two Type IV 24”-diameter ring buoys with stainless steel rack cradles
LAZARETTE ( access through hatch in cockpit floor )
Custom designed to give additional storage space
Custom-designed removable canvas extending from aft boat deck to transom for extra shade
Sunscreen & shade enclosure (with zippers)
Door forward to salon
Door aft to swim platform
Door to port for docking
Door starboard midship for docking
Fresh water wash/shower spigot
Enter starboard from Portuguese bridge
CQR 60-lb anchor with 400’ 3/8 chain
Anchor locker with Freeman hatch:
Bruce 66-lb with 400’ double-braided 5/8” line with 20’ chain
Fortress stern anchor with line & chain
Maxwell 3500 windlass foot controls
Stainless steel double anchor roller
One stationary dock box
Fresh water deck wash spigot
Two stainless steel dorades for stateroom ventilation
Miscellaneous spare parts & pumps
All personal items.
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.