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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Seattle, WA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 760,000
“Sequel” (ex-Eden) is a well-proven veteran of a trans-Pacific crossing from the US west coast to Australia. She is a flybridge model, and although she is a 2006 model, electronics were updated in 2012/2013. She has been very attentively looked after by her current owners. “Sequel” comes to market as her owners wait for the completion of their new larger Nordhavn.
For more information please contact:
Paul Hutton: 949.496.4848 (office), 949.547.0607 (cell) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Don Kohlmann: 206.223.3624 (office), 206.708.5770 (cell) or email@example.com
Please contact Don Kohlmann at 206-223-3624
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Pacific Asian Enterprises
Designer: Jeff Leishman
LOA: 51 ft 0 in
Beam: 16 ft 1 in
LWL: 43 ft 4 in
Length on Deck: 47 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 11 in
Displacement: 85000 lbs
Ballast: 7400 lbs
Total Power: 165 HP
Engine Brand: Lugger
Engine Model: L1066T
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2325
Engine Power: 165 HP
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Maximum Speed: 9 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: Fiberglass (400 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Fiberglass (1450 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Fiberglass (120 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
The reputation of the Nordhavn 47 as an open ocean passage making yacht is well established by now, given hundreds of thousands of cumulative miles logged all over the world. The 47 has a number of the attractive features of the larger Nordhavn models including an engine room with generally full standing headroom in many of the maintenance locations, a door connecting the engine room with the lazarette, a 220-volt electrical system, full size galley, and separate laundry appliances, and a deep bulwark shielding the starboard side deck. In addition Sequel has the optional flybridge for that exceptional vantage point when entering a new harbor, a narrow passage, or picking your way through coral heads, oh – and, then there are cocktails at sunset.
Sequel comes to market as her owners wait for the completion of their new Nordhavn 52. When reading through these specifications, please note the age of many of the key electronics, the presence of redundant nav computers and software (2015), and the battery banks (2014). Also note the copious amount of spare parts from fuel filters to steering components. Whether or not you are planning a trans-oceanic voyage across the south Pacific, as her previous owners did, or to simply have the ability to be self-sufficient for weeks, holed up in a scenic fjord in Alaska, Sequel is equipped to be your vessel or shelter.
ACCOMMODATIONS & LAYOUT
MAIN SALON AND GALLEY
Enter from the cockpit through the aft door into the salon, the door is a Dutch door, especially functional for allowing in fresh air while not pulling engine exhaust into the cabin in the turbulence of the superstructure. The dry stack exhausts high above the slipstream.
To starboard is a crescent shaped settee with a pedestal mounted dinette table. The settee is upholstered in Ultraleather, and becomes a very comfortable sea berth underway. To port are two Ekornes “Stressless” reclining chairs with ottomans, among the most comfortable found anywhere. A Samsung TV is secured to the forward facet of the settee top for easy viewing anywhere in the salon, although some might prefer the view outside through the large, but strong salon windows. The side windows of the salon have clear storm plates to cover them for long offshore passages. The storm plates also afford a surprising amount of insulation the winter season.
Forward, the salon connects nicely with the galley, helping to create a convivial environment in both areas. The galley features ample workspace, helped by the efficient layout of the double stainless steel sinks under- mounted outboard in the corner of the granite countertops. The sinks also include an Insinkerator garbage disposal. The galley is also fitted with full size appliances, including a Sub-Zero full size refrigerator with two freezer drawers. Outboard of the refrigerator is a GE gas cooktop, and a GE electric oven. Above the stove is a GE Monogram microwave oven. A Broan trash compactor rounds out the galley appliance complement. To starboard, just across from the galley are separate GE washer and dryer, enclosed in their locker by a louvered door.
- Sub-Zero full size refrigerator with two freezer drawers and ice maker
- GE gas cooktop
- Cooktop is fitted with stainless steel pot rails accepting pot fiddles for securing pots and pans underway
- There are three 20 lb. FRP propane tanks in a vented storage locker inside the port side of the transom – two are dedicated to the galley and one to the barbecue in the cockpit
- Propane flow managed for both manual and auto shut-down with control panel mounted in the galley
- GE electric oven
- GE Monogram microwave oven
- Broan trash compactor
- Granite counter tops
- Double stainless steel corner sinks
- Insinkerator garbage disposal
- Cuisinart coffee/hot water (tea) maker
- Breville toaster oven
- Teak and spruce cabin sole with custom anti-skid mat
- Voluminous storage in pantry lockers to starboard of the refrigerator, overhead lockers and below counter drawer and locker space
- Dutch door in from cockpit
- Phantom (roll-out) screen mounted on aft door
- Bound edge anti-skid all weather mat over sole with edge reveal
- Teak and spruce sole
- Two Ekornes recliner chairs with ottomans
- Six windows with clear viewing at seating height
- Teak dining table and crescent shaped settee upholstered in Ultraleather
- Samsung TV
- Bose stereo speakers
- Fusion 700 stereo system with FM/CD/DVD and Ipod and Iphone docking station
- Overhead and sconce lighting
- Accordian shades mounted up inside valences
- Marine-Air air conditioning dispersed through overhead soffits
Up five steps from the forward end of the salon is the pilothouse. The pilothouse layout is designed so that activity therein has a minimal affect on other areas of the interior and vice versa – activity in the galley by the on-watch crew will have minimal affect on the pilothouse and staterooms. The pilothouse has all of the amenities essential for crew comfort – an adjustable Stidd helm chair affording a good view outside as well as the instrument array, a settee and dinette, as the pilothouse also becomes the crew gathering place on passage, and a watch berth up and aft of the dinette settee.
Sequel has all of the quality of equipment, redundancy, and vessel monitoring systems desired in a passage making yacht. Although she is a 2006 model Nordhavn 47, please pay particular attention to the recent updates in her nav/com equipment specification:
Navigation and Communication Electronics
- Furuno Navnet3D MFDBB black box chart plotter with 19" LCD display
- Furuno DRS4A 4kW 42" open array
- Furuno SC30 satellite compass – provides primary heading information for two autopilots and radar/plotters
- Furuno DFF1 fish finder module with 235 kHz transducer
- Lenovo Windows PC #1 ( 2015)
- MaxSea Time Zero Explorer chart plotting software
- 19" touch screen LCD display
- Lenovo Windows PC #2 (2015)
- Rose Point Coastal Explorer chart plotting software
- Maretron N2KView vessel monitoring system
- Two (2) 19" LCD displays
- 7" LCD display for backup camera
- Koden 24" radome integrates with Coastal Explorer
- Furuno Navpilot 700 primary autopilot (2016)
- Simrad AP25 backup autopilot (2014)
- Furuno Heading sensor for Furuno Navpilot 700 autopilot
- Simrad Heading sensor for Simrad AP25 autopilot
- Furuno FA150 Class A commercial-grade AIS transceiver
- Four (4) Garmin GMI 10 multifunction displays in pilothouse for vessel monitoring
- Garmin GMI10 multifunction display in salon
- Garmin GMI10 on flybridge
- Maxwell Auto Anchor AA560 anchor chain counter and windlass control
- Standard Horizon Matrix AIS (VHF + backup AIS)
- Standard Horizon HX851 floating handheld VHF with permanently wired charging base in pilothouse
- Icom 802 SSB – present but inoperable
- Iridium Go satellite phone and antenna – interfaces with smartphones via bluetooth (2016)
- Beam Communications external satellite phone antenna for the Iridium
- Fusion 700 entertainment system with docking station in salon (2016), there are 4 speakers in the pilothouse and 2 speakers in the salon
- KVH Trac 5 satellite TV dome (2016), new subscription includes new receiver
- Airmar PB200 ultrasonic weather station – sensor data for Maretron
- Axis 209 starboard-side docking camera
- Axis 209 backup camera with reverse view
- TRAC stabilizer control panel
- Custom interface plate for USB and network connections
Vessel Monitoring System
- Maretron N2KView Pro vessel monitoring software
- Maretron IPG100 NMEA 2000/Ethernet interface
- Maretron J2K100 engine data interface (main engine)
- Noland Engineering RS11 engine interface (generator)
- Maretron FPM100 fluid pressure monitor (transmission fluid pressure, fresh water pump pressure)
- Maretron TPM100 temperature sensor (engine room temperature, stuffing box temperature)
- Maretron RIM100 run indicator module (engine room fans, bilge pumps, water pump)
- Maretron SIM100 switch indicator module (various devices)
- Two (2) Maretron TLM100 tank level monitors (gray water, waste water) functioning in lieu of standard Tank Watch system
- Maretron TLA100 tank level adapter (fresh water)
- Maretron DCM100 direct current monitor (house battery bank)
- Maretron ACM100 alternating current monitor (240VAC bus)
- MasterVolt NMEA 2000 adapter for battery charging status
Other Pilothouse Features
- Stidd helm chair with foot rest
- Dutch doors port and starboard
- Teak table with L-shaped settee
- Watch berth aft of settee
- Dual chart drawers under settee
- Louvered wet locker at starboard door
- MarineAir air conditioning unit (16,000 BTU)
- HP Office Jet three-in-one wireless printer
- Black headliner fabric for instrument glare reduction
- Under-counter type Sub-Zero freezer mounted in bulkhead halfway down stairs from pilothouse to staterooms
Down a set of steps is a landing for access to the guest stateroom forward, and the master stateroom aft.
The guest stateroom has a double bed offset to port and a desk to starboard. There are overhead hatches and opening ports to provide lots of natural light and fresh air. In addition the cabin has its own air conditioning unit. A pull-out pipe berth creates additional sleeping space above the double bed especially for kids and their friends.
There is storage throughout the cabin, including overhead lockers with a surprising amount of volume, hanging locker space and drawers in the desk joinerwork.
The desk has its own swing-out chair, and is a great central location for the ship’s manuals and paperwork.
The ensuite head is very efficiently located forward of the stateroom. The shower has comfortable headroom and a bi-fold door. The vanity has a granite counter top and Kohler sink. There is locker storage throughout the head.
The master stateroom is aft from the landing. The queen bed is pretty close to the centerline oriented fore and aft. Below the bed are drawers, and there is also additional storage space accessed by lifting the top of the bed.
Two hanging lockers make live-aboard situations practical. One is forward and outboard to port and the other behind sliders aft of it.
Engine room access is through a full-height insulated and gasketed aluminum door aft and to starboard of the bed. The door provides effective sound and also air insulation from the engine room.
The master head is ensuite to the stateroom and features a comfortable sized shower, granite topped vanity, and lots of storage. There are opening ports and an extraction blower for fresh air and moisture control.
The engine room on the Nordhavn 47 is remarkable for its headroom and mechanical space organization. The Nordhavn maintenance strakes, which add volume to the hull around the engine to both flatten the propeller shaft angle for increase efficiency, and also increase the headroom around the engine for much easier access all around the engine and peripheral systems, including fuel filters and selector valves. Further aft, though the headroom decreases, there is still plenty of it to access the maintenance and inspection points of the wing engine and generator. Both DC dome lighting and AC fluorescent lighting serve the space well.
The Nordhavn gravity feed fuel system is well-proven, very reliable, and easily managed. There are two 700 gallon fiberglass storage tanks that plumbed to a 70-gallon aluminum supply tank. The supply tank feeds the main engine and the generator. In addition, the supply tank has several more functions than a standard tubular supply manifold. It functions to:
- Create the lowest and most concentrated pick-up point for fuel from the storage tanks
- Supply lines from the storage tanks pull from the bottom of the storage tanks through ¾" hoses, thereby scavenging the most usable fuel, and not relying on dip tubes. By pulling from the bottom of the storage tanks, they also prevent water and debris accumulation at the pick-up point in those tanks.
- Any water entering the supply tank from the storage tanks will settle to the bottom of the supply tank where there is a sump with a drain and a water sensor. Water accumulation will sound an alarm in the pilothouse allowing the operator to know that the sump would require draining.
- The supply tank is also fitted with a sight gauge for monitoring fuel burn from the main engine, generator or the cumulative burn of both
- The wing engine tank is filled only through the fuel transfer system. The fuel transfer system is equipped with a Racor 900 filter so that any fuel being transferred passes through the filter before entering its destination tank. The destination tank can be the tank that fuel is being transferred from for filtering any suspect fuel, or it can be from one storage tank to the other to affect trim, or if a bad load of fuel has been taken on, it can be filtered on the way to the supply tank, and then again as it passes from the supply tank through the filters for either the main engine or the generator.
All the way aft in the engine room is another aluminum, gasketed door for access to the lazarette, providing an easy and secure path to inspect the steering gear and other components installed there.
The engine room also has an automatic fire suppression system with manual override.
Engine and Mechanical System
- Lugger 1066T.2 174hp main engine with dry stack exhaust and keel cooling
- Two main engine mounted alternators: one 24-volt 175-amp for house bank charging and one 24-volt 40-amp alternator for engine start bank charging
- Dry stack exhaust and keel cooling eliminates the main engine raw water cooling pump with its failure-prone rubber impeller, creating the most reliable propulsion system possible
- Main engine propeller shaft is 2-1/4" Aquamet material
- Spurs line cutter on main engine propeller shaft
- Engine shaft exits the stern bearing into the aperture formed by the keel and the rudder, providing maximum protection for the propeller while still allowing efficient running
- Lugger 844 40hp wing engine with its own shaft and Gori folding propeller. Having its own drive line means that it can still be used if a main engine shutdown were caused by damage or fouling of the main engine propeller. Much more reliable than an auxiliary power system cross-linked to the main propeller shaft. The wing engine is raw water cooled with wet exhaust. Exhaust mixing elbow changed 2014.
- 12kW Northern Lights generator produces 50-amps at 220 volts, also has its own alternator. The generator is raw water-cooled with wet-exhaust. Exhaust mixing elbow changed 2014.
- MarineAir air conditioning - three zones for a total of 60,000 btu
- Side-Power 24-volt 10.7hp bow and stern thrusters
- ABT 220 active fin stabilization system
- Reverso oil change system for main engine, generator, and wing engine
- Hynautic hydraulic steering system
- Edson 18" angled steering wheel with speed knob at pilothouse and flybridge stations
- Two (2) Accu-Steer HRP75 autopilot pumps for very desirable redundancy
- Two (2) autopilot rudder position sensors
- Comprehensive spares list of replacement parts for steering system
The lazarette is where the steering ram foundation, steering ram components, auto pilot pumps, some of the batteries, and the high-current DC bus are all found. The lazarette is accessible through the large deck hatch in the cockpit as well as through the aft engine room door, below.
The cockpit is designed specifically for offshore cruising. It is large enough to create plenty of utility but also drains quickly through large freeing ports at the base of the high bulwarks created by the transom and the starboard side deck bulwark. There is plenty of room to accommodate chairs and a table, and a rail mounted barbecue. There are two lockers on the inboard face of the transom – to port is the vented propane locker with three translucent 20lb. propane tanks. One is dedicated to the barbecue with a detachable hose that can be coiled and stowed in the locker. The other two are connected to a switchable regulator to supply the galley stove. There is a shut-off solenoid in the propane locker controlled from a switch panel in the galley. In all there is enough propane to last for a year of regular use. Propane is a safe efficient fuel when the system is properly installed. The propane fueled galley cooktop obviates the need to run a generator just to cook a meal.
To starboard is a general storage locker for cleaning items or anything desired to be close at hand. Between the two lockers in the transom is a boarding door that opens out onto the swim step. A cockpit shower is mounted next to the transom door. There are port, starboard, and centerline hawse pipes with integral cleats as well. The centerline hawse pipe is especially effective at tucking the stern in close to the dock given the nearly horizontal angle of the mooring line tethered to it.
STARBOARD SIDEDECK AND PORTUGUESE BRIDGE
The cockpit connects securely to the foredeck via the starboard side deck inside a high bulwark. Part way forward along the side deck is a starboard side boarding door hinged into the bulwark. Further forward and up a few steps is the multi-functional Portuguese bridge with a door to starboard for easy foredeck access and a secure bulwark around the forward face of the pilothouse. There are two storage lockers on the inboard face of the Portuguese bridge and two deck lockers on the forward side, all adding up to voluminous at-hand storage space for mooring lines, cords, etc.
BOATDECK AND FLYBRIDGE
Continuing around the Portuguese bridge to the port side and along the pilothouse there is access to the boat deck. The boat deck is the best place to store the tender, even two perhaps. Sequel has a 1,500 lb. Steelhead davit for easy launching and retrieval of a tender (not included in the sale, but a nice set of Weaver chocks are). There is also a lot of utility on the boat deck where additional storage deck boxes may be installed. With the tender launched it also turns into a lounge deck.
There are kayak racks mounted outboard on the boat deck railings complete with two Wilderness Systems kayaks (included).
There are those days when there is no better place to be than on the flybridge. On the operational side the vantage point for maneuvering in tight or unfamiliar areas, or docking is superb. Sequel also has a very nice electronics complement installed there.
- Twin Todd helm chairs
- Settee with white high grade vinyl with blue piping upholstery (2016)
- Folding stainless-steel bimini with Sunbrella canvas
- Individual Sunbrella covers for settee, chairs and instrument console
- Full cover for area from Venturi to dinette settee
- Furuno Navnet3D MFD12 12" chart plotter
- Garmin GMI10 4" multifunction display for vessel monitoring
- Controls for stabilizers and thrusters
- Furuno control head for autopilot
- VHF remote mic plug and remote mic
- Extensive storage in “brow” area and under settee
The foredeck also has some unique Nordhavn design features. Forward in the ground tackle handling area, is a raised bulwark in the deck designed to contain any debris that may come off the anchor chain to prevent it from running aft. That section of deck is fitted with two drains to direct the water all the way to the waterline eliminating residues streaking the topsides. Also in the same area, is a Freeman commercial-grade aluminum hatch large enough to allow a man to enter the chain locker to tend to ground tackle or service windlass components.
At the stemhead is an anchor platform with two anchor rollers and channels. The 55kg Rocna is a favorite in the Pacific Northwest where deep anchoring is regularly done. The all chain (360'x 3/8") rode lends itself to hands free anchoring operations. There are two foot switches forward, a Maxwell Auto Anchor control in the pilothouse, and a toggle switch control on the flybridge.
Further aft on the face of the Portuguese bridge bulwark are multiple shore power connections presenting convenient connections whether bow or stern in.
- Northern Lights 12kW (50A @ 240VAC) generator (1699 hrs.)
- Xantrex SW4024 4kW inverter
- Inverter bypass for power pass-through in the event of inverter failure
- MasterVolt ChargeMaster universal 100A battery charger (90V-260V, 50-60Hz input) – well suited to electrical system operation in 50 hz environments where charging of battery banks can be done with 50 hz power and then run the inverter bus appliances and outlets at 60hz, limited to lower amperage loads
- Integrated electrical panel for 240VAC/120VAC/24VDC/12VDC busses in the pilothouse
- Paralleling switches for main, wing, and generator DC starting circuits
- Six (6) Lifeline AGM 8D batteries for house bank (2014)
- Two (2) Lifeline AGM 4D batteries for main engine start (2014)
- Two (2) Lifeline AGM 4D batteries for wing/generator start (2014)
- Two (2) Lifeline AGM G31 batteries for bow thruster and windlass (2014)
- Two (2) Lifeline AGM G31 batteries for stern thruster (2014)
- 12V battery for communications electronics (2014)
- Various electrical cords
- 30-amp service has smart plug connections
Shore Power Connections
- One 120-volt 30-amp connection general ship’s service
- One 240-volt 50-amp connection for general ship’s service
- One 240-volt 50-amp connection for dedicated air- conditioning service
Fuel, Water, and Waste Systems
- Fuel (also see “Engine Room – Fuel System” above)
- Two (2) 700 gallon saddle tanks port and starboard (FRP)
- 65 gallon supply tank (aluminum)
- 10 gallon wing engine supply tank (aluminum)
- Glass sight gauges on all tanks
- Note: current fuel onboard is approximately 800 gals.
- Fresh Water
- 400 gallon capacity FRP tank with large inspection port
- Village Marine Systems Stowaway 600 gal/day water maker – currently pickled
- Spare water maker pre-filters
- Maretron ultrasonic tank level sensor – reads on monitor in pilothouse
- Jabsco VSD-Max 24V DC back-up pump can be valved into the pressure water system easily in the event of the primary pump shut-down
- Headhunter Mach5 AC pressure water pump (2013)
- 10 gal. accumulator tank significantly reduces pressure water pump cycles (2015)
- Gray Water
- 110 gallon capacity (FRP tank)
- Sealand T24 discharge pump with float switch
- Whale manual pump
- Maretron ultrasonic tank level sensor – reads out on the monitor in pilothouse
- Black Water
- 110 gallon capacity (FRP tank)
- Sealand T24 discharge pump with float switch
- Whale manual pump
- Maretron ultrasonic tank level sensor – reads out on pilothouse monitor
Entertainment and Connectivity
- Samsung flat screen TV mounted to top of salon media cabinet
- Media cabinet salon wired for ethernet and HDMI
- Infinity speakers in pilothouse overhead
- Bose wall-mounted speakers in salon
- Cradlepoint WAN router
- Engenius EOC-6210 Wi-Fi amplifier
- Shakespeare external Wi-Fi antenna
- Rocna 55 (121 lb.) galvanized primary anchor
- 360' of 3/8" galvanized G4 chain rode for primary anchor
- Maxwell 3500 windlass with chain stopper mounted forward
- Snubber of ¾" three strand with Ultra chain grabber
- Bow towing eye fitted near waterline is useful for tethering an anchor snubber and lowering anchor rode scope angle
- 1-1/4" double braid mooring pendant
- Double braid dock lines
- Para anchor with warp
- Fresh water wash down hose bibs on fore and aft decks
- Scandvik hot/cold shower on aft deck
- Access doors in transom and starboard side deck
- Folding boarding ladder on swim step
- Pop-up tender cleats on swim step
- Solaire infrared grill on aft deck rail with deck plate access to propane locker
- “Flopper Stopper” at-rest roll reduction system
- Lightning ground system
- ¼" Polycarbonate storm plates for salon windows
- Custom mesh covers for flybridge windows
- Flybridge Bbimini cover
- Comprehensive spares inventory
- ACR GlobalFix Pro EPIRB (GPS-integrated, with display)
- Jabsco 660 gph diaphragm bilge pump
- Rule 3,700 gph high water bilge pump
- Edson manual bilge pump operable from main salon
- Automatic fire suppression system in engine room
- Walker Bay RID275 tender with fiberglass oars and Sunbrella cover
- Wilderness Systems Tarpon 100 kayak with fiberglass paddle
- Wilderness Systems Tarpon 120 with fiberglass paddle
Boat is currently equipped as represented
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.
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