Orplid is without doubt one of the most well equipped Nordhavn 40’s currently cruising Europe. She has been very well maintained by her current owner. During his ownership he has also had professionally installed a number of other pieces of equipment. These include; fresh water wash down for the bow & stern, a very comprehensive electronics package, video cameras in the engine room & aft deck, stern thruster, diesel heating, electric stern winch, flopper stoppers and fully enclosed cockpit canvases.
The 40 MK 2 is a proven passage maker, very popular in Europe and not frequently seen on the brokerage market. Apart from the items listed above the other impressive items aboard Orplid are an 8KW generator, 27hp wing engine, bow thruster, engine room fire suppression system, ABT TRAC stabilizers, air conditioning and full hot water system.
This is really an excellent opportunity if you are thinking of cruising this summer, Orplid is lying in Oxelosund, Sweden, which is about 70 miles south from Stockholm, with a full inventory and ready to cruise. She is CE certified.
Nordhavn Europe Limited
10/12 Firefly road
Hamble Point Marina
Tel + 44 (0) 2380 456342
Mobile: +44 07793582905
Please contact Neil Russell at +44 (0)23 8045 6342
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 39 ft 9 in
Beam: 14 ft 6 in
LWL: 35 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 9 in
Dry Weight: 50000 lbs
Number of single berths: 4
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Number of bathrooms: 2
Orplid is very well priced with a huge inventory of equipment onboard. The current owner is a motivated seller who is thinking about his next Nordhavn.
Orplid is VAT paid and still has the best of the summer cruising in front of her.
Ritchie compass on flybridge.
EXTERIOR AND DECK HARDWARE
Flybridge including steering station, engine panel and controls, thruster controls, venturi with stainless steel rails, ladder and two Todd helm chairs.
110 lb Bruce anchor 400 ft - 3/8" BBB chain Maxwell 2500 winch with chain counter in PH Spurs line cutter Additional extended swim platform (1 foot) Electric winch mounted on swim platform Fortress 37 anchor with 80m of cable
Mast and boom Flopper Stopper rig Custom mast mounts for electronics. Canvas to enclose part of flybridge Canvas to cover dinghy 2.8m hard bottom dinghy (Suzumar) & 9.9hp Mercury outboard
10.4" color Nav-Net display V.1 in Pilothouse, V2 on Flybridge a. 6 Kw radar, with mini arpa card installed (model 1943c/nt) b. 600 watt fish finder (model BBFF1) c. C-Map GPS chart plotter (chart card not included) d. GPS (BBWGPS sensor) e. Video Cameras (switched between aft deck and engine room) f. Second PC for Nav with Maxsea g. Additional GPS (Furuno) for MaxSea and anchor watch h. AIS Simrad A150
Autopilot (Furuno Navpilot 500) a. Interfaced to GPS/chartplotter
2 VHF Radio (Furuno FM 3000 and M500)) M500 Interfaced for DSC Fastnet Navtex receiver and printer, barograph ICOM 710 shortwave receiver and sender Clarion Stereo (model XM03) a. pair of speakers in the pilothouse b. AM/FM antenna
All floors teak
Stove - Seaward LPG 3174 Refer - Sub Zero 249RP-R Freezer - Sub Zero 249FF1 Step down transformer for subzeros GE Microwave GEJET530SB - 50 cycle Broan Trash compactor #1055EX - 50 cycle Counter - granite #10 Floor teak Extra round port in galley - port forward.
Fabric for settees - vinyl 2827 Cream Floor teak
Ritchie compass mounted in pilothouse. Fabric for pilothouse settee and pilothouse bunk - vinyl 2827 Cream Floor teak
Mattress upgraded with latting Floor teak Two round ports in owners stateroom in aft bulkhead into Portuguese bridge
Bunks covered with standard ticking Floor teak Splendide combo washer/dryer - condensing COMWIDL 126 - 50 cycle
Upgrade head to Electric Groco K Counter - granite #10
Electrical system to be 220v 50 cycle - includes Victron Phoenix Multiplus inverter 230vac 50hz Upgrade interior lights to Cantalupi Lightening ground system - includes static dissapator at mast head and bronze plate on hull Shore power located in stern rather than outside pilothouse door. Cockpit electric winch.
MACHINERY & ENGINE ROOM
Lugger engine LP668D Diesel 105HP 8 KW Northern Lights Generator with sound enclosure #M843JW - 50 cycle Yanmar 27hp wing engine 3GM30FV - includes 10 gallon day tank and fuel transfer system - including a Racor 900 transfer filter. System allows for fuel transfer between main tanks and filtering of transferred fuel. Martec folding prop on wing engine Side power 8 HP Bow Thruster - SM95TI12 Side Power Stern Thruster Engine room fire suppression system with auto engine, generator and blower shutdowns. 28lb bottle (FM200) and manual shut off cable Reverso oil change system - hard plumbed into the main engine, generator and wing engine. Racor duplex fuel filter #75-900 (metal bowls) with vacuum gauges - in lieu of standard single Racor. ABT TRAC stabilizers 220 keel cooled. Air conditioning 44,000 BTU -16,000 BTU salon, pilothouse, 12,000 BTU pilothouse, 16,000. Diesel Heating (Webasto) for saloon, Pilothouse, master and guest cabin and head. BTU mid/fwd cabin - digital controls and 50' power cord
Fresh water wash down bow and stern.
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
With 45 hulls sold, the Nordhavn 40 has established herself as the most capable ship of her size with both a circumnavigation and an Atlantic crossing under her belt. This boat was great to begin with, but the minds at PAE set out to refine her and keep her at the top of her game The redesigned 40 will be the same boat technically speaking, but her level of fit and finish will resemble the craftsmanship that the rest of the Nordhavn line has become famous for. Now standard are granite countertops in the head and galley, higher quality teak with enough varnish to fill the grain resulting in a perfect finish, a superior class of exterior stainless including a new stainless rub rail, and a redesigned hull/deck joint that accomplishes a precision fit. Upon inspection, the most obvious change will be in the pilothouse and saloon windows which were enlarged and fitted with 1D2-inch thick tempered glass for more visibility, more light and more durability. There were other small improvements made in the engine room and owners cabin for easier maneuverability.