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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Boothbay Harbor, ME
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 1,045,000
New to the market and now in Maine for the summer months, this lightly used Nordhavn 52 is fully equipped and ready to start a new cruise.
This yacht has a custom 3 stateroom layout which features two forward cabins with bunks in the starboard stateroom and a double berth in the port stateroom. The master is full beam and includes an ensuite head.
For more information please contact Dave Balfour at 401.293.0910 (office), 774.263.2588 (cell) or email@example.com.
Please contact Dave Balfour at 401-293-0910
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Pacific Asian Enterprises
Designer: Jeff Leishman
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 54 ft 0 in
Beam: 16 ft 0 in
LWL: 48 ft 0 in
Displacement: 90000 lbs
Ballast: 7400 lbs
Total Power: 164 HP
Engine Brand: Lugger
Engine Model: 1066T.2
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 164 HP
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Maximum Speed: 9 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: Fiberglass (400 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Fiberglass (1470 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Enter from the aft cockpit through the aluminum hinged Dutch door. There is a crescent shaped settee to starboard and a straight settee to port. The upholstery is Ultraleather. There is a custom Boyle hi-lo, drop leaf table to starboard. The teak and spruce salon sole is covered with an anti-skid backed, bound edge carpet with a 2" reveal to expose the wood around its perimeter.
The galley is at the port forward end of the salon and communication between the galley and salon is unimpeded. The stacked Asko washer and dryer are forward and to starboard behind a fully louvered door.
Just inboard, there are steps up to the pilothouse. The pilothouse is a comfortable place for a group to gather underway. Forward raked windscreens aid in shedding water and eliminate light reflecting from the electronics during night operation. Inside the windscreen are large upper and lower instrument consoles.
There is a very comfortable, and adjustable Stidd helm chair upholstered in Ultraleather at the steering station. The chair is located comfortably in reach of the instrument console and angled stainless steel wheel. The instruments mounted into the upper and lower consoles display very legibly. To starboard is the electrical distribution panel with digital meters that allow the systems to be monitored easily.
Aft of the helm chair are the dinette settee and teak table. The cushions are upholstered in matching Ultraleather. A watch berth is just aft and above the dinette seat back.
To starboard and forward from the pilothouse are steps down to the landing for access to the master and guest staterooms.
Forward of the landing are the two guest cabins – the double is to port and the over and under bunks are to starboard. There is drawer and locker stowage in each cabin.
Aft of the landing is the master cabin. There is a queen size bed with drawer storage under, and two hanging lockers and drawer storage outboard to port. Over the head of the bed is a bookshelf with a removable fiddle to contain the books. There is a swing arm reading lamp above each side of the bed. The bed has a custom mattress.
Forward of the bed is a bank of drawers with a dressing mirror above.
Engine room access is on the starboard side of the bed. The door is gasketed, insulated aluminum with a lockset and two dogs for a positive sound seal.
The single Lugger main engine is a time and distance tested Nordhavn configuration. With dry stack exhaust and the Nordhavn gravity feed fuel system, the propulsion system is the most reliable of any in service. It has been tested over many years and millions of cumulative miles, including those racked up over numerous transoceanic passages dating back to the introduction of the Nordhavn 46 in 1988.
The raw water pump on the main engine has been eliminated in the keel-cooled configuration. There is no raw (outside) cooling water intake in the closed circuit to ingest weed, plastic, or other marine growth.
Exhaust gas from the engine is discharged from the dry stack well above the deck and superstructure to eliminate the “station wagon effect” of pulling the exhaust along with the boat underway. Exhaust noise is diminished because of the absence of the “water-hammer effect” of the cooling water discharged with the gas at the waterline.
- Lugger 1066T.2 diesel engine rated at 164 hp
- Engine has 24-volt 175-amp Leece-Neville large case alternator for house bank charging, plus 24-volt 40-amp small case alternator for engine start battery charging
- ZFW 220 main engine transmission with a 3.96:1 reduction gear
- Mathers electronic engine controls for main engine in pilothouse and cockpit control stations
- Engine analog gauges and Murphy “powerview” digital display
- 2-1/4" diameter Aquamet propeller shaft
- Spurs line cutter on main propeller shaft
- Propeller is a four-blade 34" diameter x 32" pitch bronze
- Main engine fuel filter is a Racor 75-900FGX2 (duplex) with valve-over capability
- Lugger 844D 40 hp wing engine
- Wing engine has its own shaft and propeller. There is no cross-linking of power to the main shaft, which would be rendered ineffective if fouling of the main engine propeller would occur.
- Wing engine has Morse cable controls. Control head and instrument panel are mounted in the pilothouse. The wing engine can be started and operated immediately from the pilothouse control station.
- 2 ea. 700 gal. fiberglass fuel storage tanks with man-sized access ports and internal removable baffles. Fuel supply pick-ups are at the bottom of each tank. Each tank is fitted with a sight gauge.
- 1 ea. aluminum 70 gallon aluminum supply (manifold) tank fed by gravity from the storage tanks via ¾" lines. Supply tank has a water/debris sump with a drain and Racor water sensor connected to an alarm in the pilothouse. Supply tank is fitted with a sight gauge.
- Fuel transfer system draws from the bottom of each storage tank. System uses a Waldron fuel pump to move fuel from tank to tank, or a tank back to itself, through a Racor 900 fuel filter.
- The wing engine tank is only filled via the fuel transfer system, ensuring that all of the fuel in it is clean. Fuel to the wing engine is filtered through a Racor filter again in the supply line to the engine.
- Reverso oil change system plumbed to main engine, generator and wing engine
- Air-conditioning – Marine Air reverse cycle with digital controls with total of 60,000 Btu capacity – 2 x 12k for salon, 16k for pilothouse, 2 x 10k for staterooms
- Steering system – Hynautic hydraulic, with 18" angle mounted wheel and power knob
- Rudder stock is 2" in diameter supported at the upper end by a cutlass bearing and at the bottom by a bronze shoe
- Emergency tiller and cross-over valve for steering system back-up
The engine room is insulated with 2" foil faced leaded foam, covered with aluminum perforated plate.
The maintenance strakes contoured into the hull underbody provide space for a flatter main engine shaft angle for propeller efficiency as well as increased space in the engine room to walk around the engine.
There is easy access to all of the mechanical systems in the engine room. The Lugger wing engine is to port and the Northern-Lights generator is to starboard.
There is a stainless steel railing around the engine.
There are insulated winter covers for the engine room air intake ducts.
A set of SAE and metric wrenches, screw drivers, pliers and miscellaneous tools are conveniently mounted on dedicated backboards on the aft engine room bulkhead.
3 Electric (110v) fans for engine room cooling and additional ventilation underway.
- 12kW Northern Lights generator
- 220-volt 60 hz AC electrical system with inlets on forward face of Portuguese bridge; one for ship’s service and one for dedicated air-conditioning service
- 30-amp inlet in addition to the 50-amp service above
- 24-volt DC electrical system
- Electrical distribution panel in pilothouse with 24 and 12-volt, and 110 and 220-volt service, and battery volt and ammeters
- High current DC busses and most fuses are located in one covered locker in the lazarette
- 12kW Northern Lights generator
- Jan 2016 Magnum MS4024 pure sine wave 4kW inverter/charger
- Inverter bypass switch
- Olsun isolation transformer
- 6 ea. 8D AGM house batteries
- 2 ea. 8D main engine start battery
- 2 ea. 4D wing engine/generator start battery
- All underwater metal is bonded with 6 ga. green wire
- 2 ea. 50 foot 50-amp 125/250 shore power cord
- 1 ea. 50 foot 30-amp 110-volt shore power cord
- Lightning ground – Forespar wand on masthead with #6 wire to a guest dynaplate on the hull
- Mastervolt auxiliary 100-amp, 24-volt battery charger mounted in lazarette
- All but five overhead lights have been converted from halogen to LED bulbs for a significant reduction in heat and DC energy usage
- Ward’s Marine Electric boost transformer for shore power – sits on dock near electrical box. Delivers 50-amp service from dockside shorepower and provides a 10% increase in dock voltage where dock voltage is low due to being sourced from 208 three phase power.
- 2 ea. Surflow (mdls. 4901 and 5901, “extreme series”) house water pressure pump, valved for redundancy, each with its own stainless steel accumulator tank. Both accumulator tanks are in the water circuit whenever either pump is running.
- 400 gallon, baffled, fiberglass tank laminated with FDA approved gelcoat surface. Wema tank level gauge.
- 110 gallon fiberglass gray water tank. The galley sink, shower sumps and washing machine all drain to it. There is a Tank Watch 4 level indicator and Sealand T-24 pump and manual back-up pump for evacuating tank through the hull where appropriate. Tank also has deck discharge pipe.
- 120 gallon fiberglass black water tank with Tank Watch level indicator and T-24 electric pump and manual back-up pump for evacuating tank through the hull where appropriate. Tank also has deck discharge pipe.
- 480 gal/day RO watermaker – simple, modular installation
- 11 gal. Seaward water heater operates on 220-volts or engine heat exchanger
- Through hull functions are labeled
- 2 ea. fresh water washdown spigots on foredeck, and 1 ea. in cockpit
- Forward raked wind screens for water shedding and pilothouse electronics glare reduction
- Upper and lower instrument consoles for excellent nav instrument visibility
- Teak and spruce cabin sole
- Bound edge carpet with anti-skid back and 2" reveal all around
- Stidd helm chair
- Teak dinette table
- Dinette settee
- Ultraleather upholstery throughout
- 2 ea. Hella “Turbo” 12-volt fans
- 12-volt outlet
- Port and starboard Dutch doors
- Lewmar overhead hatch with insect screen
- Fabric covered removable headliner panels
- Flush mounted overhead lighting
- AC/DC electrical distribution panel
- Generator control and instrument panel
- Inverter remote panel
- Angled stainless steel steering wheel with “power knob”
- Mathers electronic engine controls for main engine
- Morse cable controls for wing engine
- Windlass control
- Main and wing engine panels in overhead console
- Ritchie 4.5" compass
- Remote control on instrument console for Guest Beamer spotlight mounted on stack
- DC chart light
- High water bilge alarm
- Racor water alarm from sensor in engine room fuel supply tank
- Seafire alarm panel for engine room and lazarette fire suppression systems
- Granite counter top
- GE Profile gas cooktop
- Stainless steel searails around cook top
- Xintex SA-2A propane detector
- GE Profile electric oven
- Sub-Zero 700 TC model refrigerator with two freezer drawers and icemaker
- GE Profile microwave oven with exhaust fan and light
- GE Monogram trash compactor
- Double stainless steel sink set outboard to port leaving lots of counter prep space.
- Grohe faucet
- Optional storage lockers forward of cooktop
- Overhead locker aboard galley counter – includes custom plate and cup organizers
- 7 ea. windows provide light and panoramic view from the dining area – four are opening type
- Ultra Leather upholstery on settee cushions and ottoman
- Ottoman serves as dinette seat and miscellaneous storage box
- Crescent shaped settee to starboard
- Settee to port
- Boyle custom double-drop leaf, hi-low dining table
- Bound edge carpet with 2" reveal all around over teak and spruce cabin sole
- Fabric roller shad window coverings mounted in window valances
- 2 ea sconce lights
- Asko washer and dryer located in cabinetwork starboard forward
- Most overhead halogen lights are changed to LED from halogen
- Double bed
- Drawer storage under bed
- Two hanging lockers with camphor wood lining
- Carpeting over teak and spruce cabin sole
- Two opening ports
- Engine room access – door is faced in varnished teak
- Custom mattress
- Granite counter top
- Cabin sole covered with bound edge carpet (easily removable)
- Tecma Silence Plus fresh water flush head
- Shower headroom is 6'-4"
- Grohe sink faucet
- Teak and spruce sole covered with bound edge carpet
Stella Maris has the double stateroom arrangement forward. The starboard cabin has and over/under bunk layout, and the port has an offset double bed. There is drawer storage below each of the lower bunks.
The two staterooms share the guest head forward.
This is a great layout for a family cruising with kids aboard, or for charter service.
- Granite countertop
- Teak and spruce cabin sole is covered with bound edge carpet
- Tecma Silence Plus fresh water head
- Guest shower headroom is 6'-8"
- Grohe sink faucet
- Stidd Slimline Admiral helm chair with Ultraleather upholstery
- Dinette settee upholstered in Ultraleather and teak dinette table
- Watch berth aft of dinette settee with Ultraleather fabric
- The teak and spruce sole is covered with a bound edge carpet with anti-skid back and 3" reveal all around
- Port and starboard outboard wind screens have opening vent panels
- 2 ea. 12-volt Hella “Turbo” fans
- Clarion stereo system with MP3 connection and two speakers mounted in the upper instrument console
- For use while in pilothouse (New Dec 2015) (2) high def color aft mounted cameras
ELECTRONICS – ENTERTAINMENT
- Bose sound system with DVD player and Ipod/Iphone docking station, five speakers and sub-woofer in salon
- Marine Clarion system with MP3 connection and two speakers in upper pilothouse console
- New Jan 2016, Samsung 32” Smart TV
- New Jan 2016, Apple TV
- New Jan 2016, Samsung Blueray Player
- New Jan 2016, High Gain Cell Phone booster
- New Jan 2016, Hi-Gain TV antenna
ELECTRONICS – NAVIGATION/COMMUNICATION
- Furuno black box 6kW radar
- Furuno Navnet2 black box plotter
- 2 ea. Furuno 15" monitors
- Furuno FA-150 AIS system – class A (send and receive)
- Icom 604 VHF radio
- Furuno GP-32 GPS
- 2 ea. Furuno RD-30 remote displays
- Simrad AP-50 autopilot
- Weems and Plath clock and barometer
- Eartech full-duplex handheld radios for onboard communication (docking, etc.)
- New Jan 2016, Microsoft Surface Book w/ Nobletec charting
- New Jan 2016, trident Enterprise 3D Software interfaced w/ Furuno electronics, Furuno 3d 36 mile radar.
DECKS AND COCKPIT
- Fiberglass ship stack in lieu of trawler mast and boom
- Aft control station in cockpit with Mathers electronic engine control, bow and stern thruster controls, windlass control buttons panel, engine start and stop buttons, and horn button
- Propane storage in port cockpit/transom locker; 2 ea. 20 lb. tanks with room for one more
- Magma propane BBQ mounts on cockpit railing – pre-plumbed to ship’s propane system
- Steelhead SM1500R davit with 12 foot reach, on boat deck for ease of single-handed tender launching and retrieval
- 6 ea. mooring lines
- 4 ea. fenders
- 400' x 7/16" chain
- Chain stopper mounted on foredeck
- Rocna 154 lb. anchor (conservatively sized, owners prefer to spend time at anchor rather than in marinas)
- Fortress FX-35 stern anchor with combination rope and chain rode
- Bow towing eye (anchor snubber eye) mounted in stem 12" above the waterline
- Scandvik hot/cold cockpit shower
- Fresh water washdown on bow, stern, and in engine room
- 600' x ½" spool of braided stern line (very valuable in the Pacific Northwest)
- 11’ AB hard bottom inflatable w/ new Jan 2016 15hp Honda Outboard.
- Weather resistant wood table and four folding chairs for cockpit or salon use
- New Dec 2015, Winslow Ocean Series ISO global Rescue Life raft
- Engine room fire suppression – Seafire FD-900M with auto engine, generator and blower shutdowns, plus manual pull cable. Alarm in pilothouse.
- Lazarette fire suppression – pull cable operated. Alarm in pilothouse.
- Ditch bag with EPIRB and 2 handheld Icom VHF radios
- Xintex SA-2A propane detector in galley
- Emergency tiller steering
- New bottom paint
- Hull polished and waxed, and superstructure polished and waxed
- Owner has maintenance log for main engine, wing engine, generator and usage log for propane system
- Owner has added updating notes to the comprehensive Nordhavn Owners Manual
- Owner has also assembled an additional “technical information manual” with supplementary systems information
- Most, if not all, component paperwork is filed in port pilothouse file drawer
- Tools, except those mounted on dedicated tool board (see engine room photos)
- Personal effects
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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