Welcome To Our World
15 years ago, it was a unique sight to see a Nordhavn cruising the waters of the South Pacific, but today it’s become a preferred destination for Nordhavn owners. Australia, New Zealand, the western Pacific Islands, Indonesia and surrounding areas offer endless variety and adventures, and are now included as ‘must see’ in many Nordhavn owners’ cruising itineraries.
In 2006, the timing was right to set up representation in this part of the world, so Nordhavn Australasia opened its doors in Brisbane. Now, there are more than two dozen Aussies and Kiwis who call themselves Nordhavn owners to go along with the countless visiting Nordhavns. Team Australasia soon found that their once adequate digs in Brisbane were now incapable of handling the rapid growth in both the sales and service sectors. This prompted the move to the new and improved Scarborough office, sales and service central for both new and used Nordhavns. Scarborough Marina is ideally situated in south-east Queensland, on the northern tip of the Redcliffe Peninsula with all tides access to Scarborough Boat Harbour. Only 35 minutes from Brisbane CBD, Scarborough Marina provides easy passage to the cruising waters of beautiful Moreton Bay. (Click here for location details.)
As PAE’s official representatives in Australasia, Nordhavn Australasia comes equipped with a team full of boating experience and knowledge. The office is run by Peter Devers, who is assisted by experienced Yacht Broker David Flynn, both highly respected long-time Yacht Brokers and lifetime boaters. With the opening of the Nordhavn office in New Zealand in 2018, Auckland based Jason Dicks is on deck to assist New Zealand clients.
And as PAE’s representatives, the Australasian sales staff work directly with PAE’s Designers and Project Managers, so that they can offer their clients beneficial guidance based on years of combined industry experience.
Within these pages you will find details relevant to the extensive Nordhavn line for both new boats and brokerage, together with dates of boat show appearances and boats available for viewing in the South Pacific, as well as other useful information. Also, visit the Nordhavn Australasia Newsletter page for information, updates and stories of interest to all Nordhavn devotees.
Peter, David, Jason and their staff hope to welcome you aboard one of our Nordhavn fleet in the near future. This is the best way to fully appreciate these exceptional motor yachts. Who knows, you may soon become one of our many owners who experience the unique pleasure of cruising where and when you choose.
In order to respect and protect the privacy of our Nordhavn owners, Pacific Asian Enterprises Inc. reserves the right to keep private the transaction details of our brokerage boats. This information has not and will not be advertised on any website or media outlet.
DELTA 63 RPH
|MODEL:||Delta 63 RPH Passagemaker|
@#European Commission has established a group of requirements called the EU Directives (European Union Directives) which require goods in certain categories, including recreational boats, that are to be sold or imported into Europe, to confirm to a single set of harmonised standards. Builders manufacturing boats that meet these standards, and are certified as such, affix the CE (Conformite Europeene) insignia (above) to their products.
This CE mark indicates that a product complies with ALL the European Product Directives that apply to it. Products must comply with all the Directives that apply to it when being placed on the market or being put into service for the first time in the European Economic Area.
NORDHAVNS have been certified by the International Marine Certification Institute in Belgium and all new Nordhavns specifically purchased for importation into Europe are built as CE Certified, and can carry the CE mark.
Customers buying a US brokerage boat for import into Europe should contact the Hamble UK office for details of CE marking of these vessels.
Free movement within the EU
The EU Product Directives are intended to create a single legal structure within which products can be sold on the EU market without having to submit to a multitude of national assessment and approval regimes in member states.
A product that is proven to comply with the appropriate Directives in one EU member state must be accepted in all member states. A product must display the well now-familiar CE marking (shown above) once this has been achieved.
As these Directives are intended to overcome trade barriers, a Directive has achieved its purpose once a product has been traded. Thus products falling within the scope of such a Directive must comply at the first point of being “put on the market” or being “put into service”. Thereafter the Directive carries no bearing on the operation and maintenance of the product. Other types of European Health & Safety legislation or national regulations may, depending on the product, regulate these issues downstream of the point of sale.
|CE Category||Wind Force (Beaufort Scale)||Significant Wave Height|
|A – Ocean||Exceeding 8||Exceeding 4m|
|B – Offshore||Up to & inc 8||Up to & inc 4m
|C – Inshore||Up to & inc 6||Up to & inc 2m
|D – Sheltered||Up to & inc 4||Up to & inc 0.5m
NORDHAVN AUSTRALASIA – SALES AND SERVICE
28 Thurecht Parade
Location is 27.10.75’S – 153.06.3’E
Mobile: +61.419 760 258
Peter Devers – email@example.com
David Flynn – firstname.lastname@example.org
NORDHAVN NEW ZEALAND – SALES OFFICE
Level 27, PWC Tower
188 Quay Street
Phone: +64 (0)22 677 2446