|Builder:||Pacific Asian Enterprises/Pacific Seacraft|
|Main Engine:||Lugger 668D|
|Wing Engine:||Yanmar 3GM|
|Generator:||Northern Lights 8KW|
Specs coming soon!
Canadian Prospects Note:
SEDNA was built in Southern California by Pacific Seacraft, which may qualify her as a NAFTA product, and provide a tariff advantage to prospective Canadian buyers.
SEDNA was named for the sea goddess of the First Nation Tribes of the Pacific Northwest, and is believed to be responsible for creating all of the sea mammals.
SEDNA presents a unique opportunity to purchase a Nordhavn 40 in the Pacific Northwest. She is one of the few Nordhavn 40s available on the West Coast, and has the preferred non-flybridge configuration for cruising in the Northwest. “Sedna” has been maintained by some of the most competent mechanical and general marine technicians in the Seattle area.
She is hull #24, well into the Nordhavn 40 series — perhaps the most capable 40-foot passagemaking powerboat ever designed — and has many of the basic system configurations, port light style, and other developments that followed hull #21, the Nordhavn 40 that circumnavigated in the 2001 “Around-the-World” project. She has the well-proven Nordhavn dry stack exhaust system and gravity feed fuel system, producing one of the most reliable engine systems fitted on any yacht.
SEDNA has the standard Nordhavn 40 layout with teak joinery throughout. Enter the salon from the cockpit through a Diamond/Seaglaze door. There is a dinette settee and table to starboard and an apposing L-shaped settee to port.
The galley has light Corian countertops, and is to port at the forward end of the salon. Just forward there are steps up to the pilothouse and down to the passageway access to the head and sleeping cabins. The head, with separate stall shower is to starboard, and the guest stateroom is to port. Engine room access is through the guest cabin, although there are mechanic’s and egress hatches in the salon. At the forward end of the passageway is the master stateroom with a centerline double bed, and a lot of stowage space organized in hanging and overhead lockers port and starboard.
The engine room of the Nordhavn 40 is highly regarded for its space and systems organization.
There is a dinette settee and table to starboard.
SEDNA has the optional settee outboard to port with storage space beneath.
6 ea. Diamond/Seaglaze opening windows with insect screens
Cell shades on all salon windows
Carpet on sole (2017 along with new upholstery)
Weems and Plath clock and barometer
Teak overhead handrail
Double stainless steel sink
Grohe faucet with removable crane/sprayer
Force 10 3-burner stove and oven (2 ea. 20lb. aluminum LPG tanks are stowed in a cockpit locker)
GE Profile microwave oven
Custom tilt-out garbage bin under counter
Sub-Zero under counter refrigerator
Sub-Zero built-in freezer to starboard of the galley (ice maker not operable)
Auxiliary 110V freezer chest in the cockpit
Lonseal flooring – very durable
Overhead storage lockers
Corian counter tops with teak sea rails
12-volt DC outlet
AC and DC electrical distribution panel
Tilt-up chart table port side
Settee with dinette table
Pilothouse watch berth
Side doors are split “dutch-door” type
Ritchie Powerdamp steering compass
Chain counter and remote windlass control
Guest Beamer spotlight remote control
Stainless steel bulkhead mount destroyer-type wheel
DC chart light
Vented forward wind screens plus (2) opening ports w/ screens aft
Lewmar overhead hatch
Centerline bed with gas springs for access to stowage space beneath
Custom mattress of layered foam
Hanging lockers port and starboard
Overhead Lewmar hatch
Opening ports port and starboard w/ screens & storm shutters
Over and under bunks – lower bunk slides out to a wide single position
Splendide combination washer/dryer
2 ea. opening portlight w/ screens & storm shutters
Teak hull ceilings
Bulkhead mounted reading lights
Vacuflush head – (fresh water)
Fiberglass shower stall with seat
Frosted glass shower door
Locker storage over vanity
2 ea. Opening ports w/ screens & storm shutters
SEDNA is hull #24. The main engine, wing engine, and fuel system configuration are the same as fitted on hull #21, the “Around-the-World” boat.
Main Engine (3049 hrs.) – Lugger 668D, 105hp, continuous-duty rating, w/ Twin Disc 3.9:1 transmission and 2″ propeller shaft w/ conventional stuffing box
Morse cable control systems for main and wing engines
Main engine alternators – 1 ea. 130-amp for house bank charging, and 1 ea. 40-amp for engine start battery charging
Wing Engine – Yanmar 3GM 30 w/ 1″ propeller shaft and Martec folding propeller – providing a redundant propulsion system rather than a second source of propulsion linked to the main shaft. The exhaust elbow was replaced 2009.
Note: Nordhavn does not believe in cross linking an auxiliary propulsion system to the main shaft since the cause of main engine shut-down could be caused by fouling of the main engine propeller, thus, the wing-engine is fitted with its own shaft and propeller.
2 ea. 460 US gallon vinylester resin-laminated fiberglass fuel tanks (920 gals. total). Extremely durable. Each tank has a sight gauge and a manhole size access port in the top.
Centerline supply tank, gravity fed through ¾” fuel lines from the main tanks. The main engine and generator fuel is fed from this tank. The ¾” diameter fuel supply line from the main tanks reduces the chance of debris in the fuel ever causing a blockage. There is a water drain fitting at the low point in the tank.
Dry stack exhaust with keel cooler eliminates raw water pump, raw water contact with engine. Main engine exhausts well above deck in moving air. No intake through-hull to ingest debris into cooling system.
Isolated wing engine fuel tank. 10-gallon tank is independent from the main fuel system. Fuel is filtered through a separate Racor filter during operator-selected refueling of the wing engine tank from the main supply, ensuring a clean supply of fuel in the event of a main engine shut-down.
Racor duplex 900 fuel filters with vacuum gauge for main engine
Fuel transfer system with in-line Racor 900 filter for filtering and polishing fuel as well as transferring it
Reverso oil-changing system – plumbed to main and generator engines
Marine Air – 3-zone reverse-cycle air-conditioning system (3 compressors)
Naiad Active fin stabilizer system – typically serviced at every bi-annual haul out
8-hp Side-Power bow thruster
8-hp Side-Power stern thruster with “Cap Sante” duct installed (2004)
Northern Lights 8Kw generator (1516 hrs.)
2 ea. 120-volt 30-amp shorepower inlets – one for general service and one for air-conditioning when available
Magnum 3000W inverter/charger (2017)
Two engine-driven alternators – 40-amp for engine battery charging, 130-amp for house bank charging
6 ea. 6-volt golf cart batteries for house battery bank (2017)
1 ea. 4D AGM main engine start battery
1 ea. 4D AGM wing engine/generator start battery
1 ea. 8D AGM forward dedicated to bow thruster operation
Furuno 1932 – 48-mile radar
Furuno NavNet TZT navigation system
Furuno NavNet TZT monitor & NXT digital radar, new in 2017
NMEA interface for laptop GPS1/GPS2/Computer/GPS inputs
Simrad AP22 autopilot
Simrad FU50 follow-up lever integrated into autopilot
Raytheon RN300 GPS
Raytheon ST60 digital depth finder
Furuno FCV 600L video depth finder/fish finder
ICOM M59 VHF radio
Standard Horizon Explorer VHF radio
Handheld VHF radio w/ mounted docking/charging station
Kenwood AM/FM/CD/Ipod dock stereo
2 ea. speakers in main salon overhead and 2 ea. speakers in pilothouse overhead
3 ea. water tanks – port and starboard upper tanks (w/ sight gauges) gravity feed to lower tank on centerline
Vacuflush head (fresh water flush)
Edson manual bilge pump with 2″ hose, operable from aft end of main salon
Additional Rule electric bilge pump with high-water alarm in pilothouse
Hot/cold cockpit shower
11 gal. Seaward water heater – replaced in 2011
Spectra Newport 400 12-volt 400 gal/day water maker
Trawler mast with electric winches for dinghy launching
Boom winch controls on boat deck
Tender storage moved to custom heavy-duty davit system on the transom
Large FRP deck storage box & KYSEK large ice chest added to the boat deck
Maxwell 2200 electric anchor windlass
110 lb. Bruce anchor
400′ of 3/8″ BBB anchor chain
Fresh water washdown at bow and stern
Hot and cold shower in cockpit
Diamond/Seaglaze aluminum exterior doors and windows
Guest “Beamer” searchlight with remote control in pilothouse
Sea BQ propane barbecue grill with slide-out bracket on transom
Miscellaneous Equipment & Comments:
12′ Novurania tender (2005) with center console and Yamaha 40hp outboard, steering upgraded to hydraulic.
Custom anodized aluminum transom davits with remote control
Large deck storage box on boat deck
Nordhavn Owner’s Manual and all component manuals
Fenders and dock lines
Numerous spares including pressure water pump, engine and genset filters, and autopilot pump
Last haul out for bottom and stabilizer maintenance in 2019
History: Original owners commissioned in Dana Point, CA then completed dream cruise to Alaska. Current owners acquired SEDNA in 2003, with Salish Sea and BC cruising since.
Fireboy suppression system with suppressant in engine room
Lifesling overboard rescue system w/ hard storage case
Edson manual bilge pump operable from main salon
Rule electric bilge pump
Rule high-water electric bilge pump
ASKING: $395,000 LOCATION: Seattle, WA
Specifications are provided for informational purposes only. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds; capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agree to instruct his agent/s to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.