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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- New Zealand
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 560,000
Nordhavn 40 Mark II is hull #68 of a total of 69 N40’s built to date. She is therefore the newest build N40 Mark II to be offered for sale, with only 475 hours on her main engine. The N40 Mark II is quite a remarkable boat, apart from offering a huge amount of space with excellent interior design and the feel of a ‘little ship’, a sistership N40 has also made the record books as being the smallest production power boat to circumnavigate the globe in 26 weeks. You can read more about this epic voyage by visiting http://www.nordhavn.com/atw/voyage/welcome.htm
Every decade or so a yacht is designed that is extraordinarily successful by all measures. The Nordhavn 40 is one such yacht. Proportions are wonderfully pleasing, while at the same time highly functional. Aesthetic attraction is universal, performance is exemplary, and the ideal balance between subjective and objective qualities is achieved. One design having all of these characteristics is rare, and it invariably becomes a classic by which others are measured. In the highly specialized world of oceangoing, recreational power vessels, the Nordhavn 40 has achieved the legendary status of a modern day classic. Born from the driving passion of the founders of Pacific Asian Enterprises, P.A.E., the N40 was from the very beginning a design that broke the marketing and styling rules of the day. From the very beginning, the Nordhavn 40 has stood out from all other "trawler yachts.'' There is nothing in comparable size on the market that could compare with its offshore ability, economical operation and luxurious accommodations.
Passepartout; passe-par•tout (ˌpæs pɑrˈtu) noun; something that passes or provides passage everywhere, such as a master key. Passepartout is a character in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days novel. Phileas Fogg's new servant“MV Passepartout” is currently located in the beautiful North Island of New Zealand, conveniently berthed ina major marine hub 40 minutes by car from Auckland city. N40#68 Passepartout is powered by a John Deere 4045 TFM75 107 hp diesel, which offers miserly consumption and effective range of 2500 nautical miles. Her experienced owner has been meticulous in his detailed maintenance, record keeping and care of “MV Passepartout”. She is documented as an Australian Registered Ship, with all Australian Taxes and Import Duties fully paid.
Phone Cell: +61419760258
Please contact David Flynn at +61 (0)4 2370 0782
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Pacific Asian Enterprises Inc.
Designer: Jeff Leishman
Flag of Registry: Australia
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 39 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 1 in
Displacement: 50000 lbs
Total Power: 107 HP
Engine Brand: John Deere
Year Built: 2012
Engine Model: 4045TFM75 @ 107hp
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 475
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 107 HP
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (220 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 3 Fiberglass (920 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (68 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Number of bathrooms: 1
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 240V
Total Liferaft Capacity: 4
ACCOMMODATIONS & LAYOUT: Start with a generous beam of l4' 6,"/4.42m. add a relatively high profile with lots of hull below the waterline and mix in P.A.E.'s years of experience and enviable record of building blue water passage makers it becomes easier to understand how the Nordhavn 40 Mark II can provide such spacious accommodations. Her overall interior volume is, in fact, similar to that of many boats in the 45 to 50 foot range. A large, luxurious owner's cabin with a centreline island berth measuring 200cms. x 150cms. is located forward. A guest stateroom features an upper berth and a lower. It has room for a washer and dryer and offers abundant stowage. The conveniently located head features a separate stall shower. The light and airy main saloon seats four or more at the dining table with plenty of storage for provisions beneath the settee.
Upgraded interior upholstery to Ultraleather - 'Chamois'
Upgraded ‘Dutch’ door in salon
Modified Salon table - adding extra width to inboard side by making fold down addition, using hinges to create wider table for dining.
“MV Passepartout” is the penultimate N40 to be built so far, making her the latest model ever to appear on the pre-owned market. She has been outfitted with all of the most practical factory options, and tastefully decorated by her owners, who were closely involved throughout the building process. It is difficult to imagine that a nicer Nordhavn 40 could be made available. She presents as new, but with the added advantage of being fully blue-water ready with all her systems ‘dialled in’. Many important features and equipment have been upgraded from standard, providing her next owner with reliable, trouble free operation for years to come.
If you are interested in owning a Nordhavn 40 which presents as new, has low hours and has been nicely run-in, then please contact the Central Listing Agent Peter Devers for more information or to arrange an inspection.GALLEY:
During extended cruising, the fully equipped galley provides the chef with all the conveniences of home, including a refrigerator and freezer, microwave oven, 3-burner stove and a double stainless steel sink. An efficient, well-equipped galley is convenient to the dining area which features a comfortable settee and sturdy table. Stairs lead up to the wheelhouse and down to staterooms. The galley boasts a ‘Force Ten’ 3 burner propane stove & oven with broiler - 1 x LPG bottle with
electric solenoid shutoff in cockpit locker vented to exterior.
Drawers closest to the dry stack have one slide out cupboard beneath with custom storage for the galley cutlery.
Upgraded round port light in galley.
Refrigerator and Freezer by U-Line (black) two (2) x step down transformers
Scandvik double stainless steel brushed sink with one large and one small bowl.
Water filter tap installed in bench top adjacent to the sink.
Generous granite bench top space for preparing meals.
A large, luxurious owner's cabin with a centre island berth measuring 200cms x 150cms is located forward. Ample storage in hanging lockers and drawers. Voluminous storage beneath master berth. Opening port lights and a Lewmar #60 Ocean overhead hatch allow for natural light and ventilation.
Teak and holly floors.
Upgraded Tecma 'silence-plus' fresh water toilet in separate ensuite.
Full size shower stall and adjacent hand basin with mirrored cupboard above.
Upper and lower single bunks on port side. Storage locker and drawers beneath lower bunk. Teak and Holly flooring. Splendide 240 volt combo washer/dryer. Access to engine room via h/duty door with viewing window.
An additional berth is located in the wheelhouse, making it the perfect off-watch berth while underway. It also makes for an ideal berth for the occasional additional guest.
Black Majilite overhead paneling to diffuse night light.
4 red overhead Cantalupi lights in wheelhouse wired to a separate circuit breaker for night running.
Hatch in wheelhouse roof is one (1) Lewmar #Ocean 60
Side and rear Pilothouse side and rear windows are tinted with high UV filter foils.
The Nordhavn 40 engine room houses the main propulsion engine, fuel tanks, fuel management system, an optional auxiliary "wing" engine.
Main Engine is a John Deere 4045TFM75 @ 107hp, with Dry Exhaust and exterior keel cooling. Exhaust is stainless steel for all areas above decks.
Engine room finish: molded GRP engine beds and floors, with Technicon fire proof foiled and leaded foam 5.08 cm thick. All exposed insulated surfaces lined with perforated anodized aluminum sheets.
HYNAUTIC hydraulic steering system.
Yanmar 27 hp Wing Engine 3YM30V – 26 hours, includes separate 40 litre day tank and fuel transfer system - including a Racor 900 transfer filter. This system allows for fuel transfer between main tanks and filtering of transferred fuel. A V-drive gearbox on the Yanmar wing engine drives an offset separate shaft and Martec folding bronze propeller.
Morse controls for wing engine.
Main engine Gearbox; Twin Disc MG5050
Drive Train: Conventional Shaft
Propeller: 4-bladed bronze, 76.2 cm dia. x 55.9 cm pitch (30" d x 22" p)
Inverter: Victron pure sine wave Phoenix multiplus 12/20000/100 Inverter/charger 230 volt AC 50 Hz
Bow Thruster: Side Power Bow Thruster 12v - 220 lb thrust
Stabilisers: ABT TRAC stabilizers 220 keel cooled
Emergency tiller: attached to top of rudder post via inspection port and stows in lazarette.
Fuel System:(2) FRP tanks each with sight gauges, totalling 3,483 litres gallons with inspection plates appropriately positioned for interior access. Baffles are removable to allow access to entire tank. The fuel system includes a Supply reservoir which is fed by gravity from both fuel tanks. The Supply reservoir is fitted with a sight gauge having one gallon range and 10thgallon marks for fuel consumption checks. Inspection plates appropriately positioned for interior access by average size man. Internal baffling with a removable panel to allow access to entire interior of both fuel tanks. The fuel system includes a supply reservoir which is fed by gravity from both fuel tanks. Supply reservoir holds approximately 7.6 liters (2 US gallons) and is fitted with a sight gauge. Supply Reservoir is fitted with a bottom drain for water purging and with a water sensor - illuminating a light in wheelhouse if excessive water is present. Reservoir fitted with four supply valves for main, generator, wing engine and spare - mounted below sight gauge but above water level range. All returns from main, wing and generator plumbed into reservoir with valves.
Side Power Bow Thruster - 12v - 100kg/220 lb thrust.
Upgraded Racor duplex fuel filter #75-900FMAX (metal bowls) with vacuum gauges.
Reverso oil change system - plumbed into the main engine, and
wing engine - for quick removal and replacement of engine oil.
Electric bilge pump by Jabsco.
Manual Edson bilge pump.
Espar 40 litre Diesel Heating system.
ABT TRAC stabilizers 220 keel cooled.
240VAC fluorscent lights in engine room.
Seaward #S1100 41.61 liters (11 US gallons) for 240 volt and heat exchanger operation.
Plumbed and wired for future watermaker installation, (no watermaker fitted).
Batteries: Five 255+ AH (8D) Lifeline batteries for house applications, and one (1) additional 4D for engine starting. The engine stating battery is isolated from the house batteries which prevents the inadvertent discharge of the engine starting battery. Main engine has single alternator - large case for house and start battery charging. Parallel switches provide for emergency engine starting or to parallel alternators in case of an alternator failure
2 x solar panels x 130 watt panels 60"x27", 1 x 85 watt panel 47" x
Wiring for TV/phone inlets - 3 locations (Salon, PH and GSR)
Upgraded interior lights to Cantalupi.
Lightening ground system - includes static dissipater at mast head
and bronze plate on hull exterior
Dimmers for lights in salon
All hardware mounted below waterline i.e. stuffing box, stern bearing housing, rudder shoe, rudder frame, rudder stuffing box. Grounded into 12 volt DC ground system.
Galvanic isolators on ships service and air conditioning shore power connectors ground.
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:
Ritchie compass 11.43 cm card
Autopilot: Simrad AP24 autopilot,with remote control unit
GPS/Plotter/Sounder: Simrad NSS 12 main screen, with NSS7 back up screen, both touchscreen operation, Fishfinder, Depth Sounder, plus AIS receiver.
VHF: Icom VHf
Radar: Simrad 3G broadband radar
Analog rudder indicator: Simrad
Wind speed indicator: Simrad
Sony TV/DVD player, with Amplifier booster.
12 volt socket. Remote Windlass control Horn, Clock, Barometer, Chart light
Stabilizer control panel. Bowthruster control. Wing engine controls.
Navigation Lights are Aqua-Signal Series III
DECK & HULL:
Spurs line cutters on main engine shaft.
Maxwell VWC 2200 windlass to be mounted on a molded FRP base.
Anchor on starboard roller is a 47.63 kg CQR anchor.
Bow Roller: Stainless steel double bow roller.
Port roller is designed for a secondary anchor.
Starboard roller is slotted for chain, the port roller is smooth for warp.
120 metres of 9.5 mm BBB chain.
Windlass foot controls at bow.
Two dorade vents at aft end of foredeck: molded FRP to service guest cabin and owner's cabin.
Stainless steel handrails in cockpit by engine vents.
2 x Roca parallel sweep RW Windshield wipers with long stud BS blades.
Salt water deck wash down with tap on foredeck ands cockpit.
Stainless steel rails on Portuguese bridge.
Upgraded factory installed 18" swimstep extension
Factory installed swim ladder for swim step extension with starboard treads.
Mast and boom: Forespar LP painted standing rigging: aluminum strong backs - electric boom winches with remotes.
Tender is a Mercury 3 person inflatable with Mercury 3.5hp - 4 stroke outboard.
2 x EPIRB”S (one for vessel, one for liferaft.
Liferaft is a 4 person RFD.
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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