|Model:||Nordhavn 43 hull #38|
|Type:||Long range passage maker|
|Builder:||P.A.E./Pacific Seacraft USA|
|Range:||2,500 miles at 7.5 knots|
|LOA:||44' - 6"|
|LWL:||38' - 4"|
|Beam:||14' - 10"|
|Draft:||4' - 11"|
|Engine Main||Lugger Model L1066T.2 125-hp (530 hrs.)|
|Engine Wing||Yanmar 3YM30 27-hp|
|Fuel:||1350 US gals.|
|Water:||300 US gals.|
|Black Water :||50 US gals.|
|Gray Water:||50 US gals.|
|Generator (hours):||Northern Lights 9Kw (133 hrs.)|
|Stabilizers:||ABT/TRAC 220 Active Fin|
|Thrusters:||Side-power Bow and Stern|
Algonquin presents a rare opportunity to purchase a Nordhavn 43 in exceptional condition. Unique to Algonquin, of the appliances onboard, several are in “like-new” condition.
She is hull #38, well into the Nordhavn 43 series — perhaps the most capable 43-foot passagemaking powerboat ever designed. She has the well-proven Nordhavn dry stack exhaust system and gravity feed fuel system, producing one of the most reliable and efficient propulsion systems fitted on any yacht. Among the Nordhavn 43’s accomplishments are several trans-oceanic passages and one circumnavigation.
Algonquin has the standard Nordhavn 43 layout: Enter the salon through a Diamond/Seaglaze Dutch door. The interior wood is matt finished teak. There is a dinette settee and table to starboard and a settee to port. The galley is forward and to port.
Just to starboard and forward of the galley are steps up to the pilothouse. Forward in the pilothouse, steps lead down to the staterooms. Each stateroom has a double bed and its own head with separate stall shower.
Primary engine room access is aft through the master cabin, although there is a mechanic’s hatch and an egress hatch aft in the salon.
The engine room of the Nordhavn 43 is highly regarded for its space, systems organization, sound attenuation and access.
Algonquin is offered for sale as her owners ponder their next step in their cruising plans.
The cabin sole is teak and is fitted with high-quality, bound-edge carpets with integral anti-skid backing.
There is a dinette settee and table to starboard. The settee is upholstered in tan Ultraleather. There is storage in compartments under the settee cushions.
There is an additional settee to port, also with storage under.
A flat screen is mounted in the port aft corner above the settee. Other entertainment electronics in include a Bose surround sound system.
Light and ventilation in the salon are provided by six windows and the Dutch entry door aft – three of the windows are opening, with screens. There are fabric, silhouette-type window shades. Red courtesy lights are installed throughout the interior.
A teak overhead handrail overhead provides additional security fore and aft.
- Settees port and starboard upholstered in tan Ultraleather
- Excellent sightlines from the settees for a view of the outdoors – (think bears on the shoreline in Alaska).
- Opening windows with screens
- Dutch entry door
- Teak dinette table
- Bound edge carpet
- Bose sound system
- Flat screen TV
- Granite countertop and matching granite floor tile
- Overhead locker space
- Additional storage access forward
- Double stainless-steel sink
- Sink drain equipped with Y-valve for gray water tank or direct overboard discharge where appropriate
- Grohe faucet with removable crane/sprayer
- Viking gas stove with convection oven, searails, and clamping pot fiddles
- GE microwave oven
- GE Monogram trash compactor
- U-line below counter refrigerator
- U-line combination refrigerator/freezer with icemaker in passage to pilothouse
- GE chest freezer to starboard across from the galley – plenty of storage for fresh-caught salmon
- Oval opening port with deadlight and insect screen outboard
- General ecology “Seagull” water purifier at the sink. Removes virus, bacteria and lead, among other contaminants.
- There is a U-line combination
- Stidd “Admiral” Helm Chair upholstered in black Ultraleather
- Angled wheel with speed knob for quicker steering response (also see Simrad FU50 follow-up levers in “Nav/Com Electronics”)
- Settee with dinette table
- Watch berth up and aft of settee – optional pull out version
- Ultraleather tan fabric covered settee and watch berth cushions
- Chart drawer below settee
- Side doors are split “Dutch-door” type
- Headliner panels upholstered in black fabric for night time instrument glare reduction
- Remote windlass control with chain counter
- Guest Beamer spotlight control
- Windshield wipers w/washers
- Splendide combination washer/dryer – vented to exterior
- Ritchie 4.5” steering compass
- Watermaker remote panel
- Murphy “Powerview” digital engine monitor
- Generator start/stop gauge panel
- Wing engine panel
- Wing engine controls – Morse cable-type
- Racor water alarm connected to water sensor in sump of fuel supply tank in engine room
- Seafire alarm/control panel
- Inverter remote panel
- USB and ethernet data cable connections
- Double bed with custom mattress
- Hanging lockers fore and aft of bed
- Drawer storage below bed
- Teak planked hull ceilings
- Opening ports with deadlights and insect screens
- Sound deadening engine room access door with view port
- Granite countertop
- Matching granite floor tile
- Tecma electric head
- Shower with seat and clear glass bi-fold shower door
- Oval opening port with screen and deadlight in shower stall
- Grohe sink and shower fixtures.
- Shower sump pump and exhaust fan.
- Sealand Tankwatch to monitor holding tank level.
- “Y” valve and Whale waste discharge pump to allow pump out of holding tank when offshore
- Double bed offset to port
- Drawer storage below bed
- Hanging locker to starboard
- Desk with swing out chair to starboard
- 3ea. oval opening ports with deadlights and insect screens
- Deck hatch overhead
- Full height mirror on stateroom door
- Granite Countertop
- Matching granite floor tile
- Tecma electric head
- Separate shower with glass bi-fold shower door
- Grohe sink and shower fixtures
- Deck hatch overhead
Since they are trans-oceanic capable, Nordhavn engine rooms have been one of the areas of design emphasis. Whether crossing oceans, or performing normal maintenance, owners have developed a deep appreciation for them. Notable features include:
- Handrail around engine with tool tray
- Fuel tank sight gauges on port and starboard storage tanks
- Supply tank sight gauges on upper and lower sections of supply tank
- Molded fiberglass surfaces help keep the compartment clean
- 2” of foam insulation behind perforated plate panels
- Engine room air intakes are high in the cockpit for down flooding prevention
- Auto/manual fire suppression system
- Upgraded cooling fan
The main engine, wing engine, and fuel system configuration is the standard Nordhavn type: The port and starboard fuel storage tanks are fiberglass with removable baffles and man-sized inspection ports in the top of each. The main engine and generator fuel supply gravity feeds to a supply tank with sight gauge.
- Main Engine (530 hrs) – Lugger 1066T.2, 135hp, continuous-duty rating, w/Twin Disc 3.9:1 transmission and 2-1/4” propeller shaft.
- ZF w220 transmission with 3.96:1 reduction gear
- 34 x 28 4-blade propeller
- Murphy “Powerview” digital engine monitor in pilothouse
- Twin Disc “Power Commander” electronic engine controls in pilothouse, on flybridge, and in cockpit
- Main engine alternators – 1ea. 160-amp for house bank charging, and 1ea. 90-amp for start battery charging.
- Spurs line cutter on main shaft
- Wing Engine – Yanmar 3YM 30 27hp with 1” propeller shaft and Martec folding propeller – providing a redundant propulsion system rather than a second source of propulsion linked to the main shaft.
- Morse lever and cable type wing engine control in pilothouse
- 2ea. 675 US gallon (prox) vinylester resin-laminated fiberglass fuel tanks (1350 gals. total). Extremely durable. Each tank has a sight gauge and a manhole size access port in the top. Internal baffles are removeable for comprehensive tank cleaning
- Fuel manifold/supply tank (40 gals, prox.), is forward in the engine room, near the centerline, and is gravity fed through ¾” fuel lines from the main tanks. Main engine and generator systems are supplied from this tank. The large diameter fuel supply line reduces the chance of any debris in the fuel causing a blockage. There is a water drain fitting and water sensor mounted in a sump at the low point in the tank. The supply tank is also fitted with a sight gauge allowing cumulative fuel consumption from main engine and generator to be accurately calculated over a 15-minute period.
- Dry stack exhaust with keel cooler eliminates raw water pump, raw water contact with engine. Main engine exhausts well above deck in moving air.
- Optional fiberglass “ship stack” exhaust enclosure above deck
- Isolated wing engine fuel tank – 10-gallon tank is fitted with a sight gauge and is independent from the main fuel system. The tank is filled using the fuel transfer system which includes a Racor 900 filter through which the fuel is passed during any fuel transfer operation. Ensures that stored fuel is clean
- Racor duplex 900 fuel filters with vacuum gauge for main engine supply
- Fuel transfer system with in-line Racor 900 filter. Whenever fuel is transferred it is filtered, from tank-to-tank, or a tank back to itself.
- Reverso oil-changing system – plumbed to main engine, and generator
- Cruisair 48k Btu multi-zone air-conditioning/reverse-cycle heating system with SMX controls
- ABT/TRAC 220 Active fin stabilizer system
- 8-hp Side-Power bow thruster
- 8-hp Side-Power stern thruster
- Hynautic hydraulic steering
- Emergency tiller
- Northern Lights 9kW generator in sound enclosure (133hrs.)
- 2ea. 120-volt 30-amp shorepower inlets – one for general ships service and one for dedicated air-conditioning when available.
- 30-amp shorepower cord
- Magnum 2812 inverter/charger with by-pass switch (new 2019)
- Two engine-driven alternators – 90-amp for engine battery charging, 160-amp for house battery bank.
- 1ea. Group 31 AGM battery for generator and wing engine starting
- 1ea. Group 31 AGM battery for electronics, connects to charge source by automatic charge relay.
- 1ea. 4D AGM battery for main engine starting
- 6ea. 8D AGM batteries. 1ea. is located forward near the bow thruster and anchor windlass, and 1ea. is located near the stern thruster. The thruster/windlass batteries are charged and connected to the house bank with an automatic charge relay (ACR) when a charge source is detected. The four primary house bank batteries are located in the lazarette.
- Start batteries are isolated or paralleled by selector switches in engine room helping to ensure that start batteries will not be drawn down by house loads
Throughout the years, electronics brand such as Furuno, Simrad, and Standard Horizon have been recognized for their reliability and durability, putting them essentially in the “commercial” grade category. For example, there are many Simrad AP50 autopilots still used in commercial applications. Algonquin’s electronics inventory will likely remain serviceable for years to come, and was selected on a “best of breed” basis.
The Simrad FU50 follow-up levers are integrated into the autopilot system providing immediate rudder response vs. several turns on the wheel.
Nav/Com Electronics – Pilothouse:
- Furuno NavNet 3D plotter/radar system
- Furuno NavNet 3D 6kW 4’ open radar array
- Furuno NavNet 3D Black Box
- Furuno NavNet DFF1 depth sounder
- Furuno bronze 1kW depth transducer
- Furuno bronze “smart” transducer
- Furuno SC30 Satellite heading sensor
- Furuno GP-32 GPS
- Furuno FA50 class B AIS
- Furuno RD30 multi-displays
- Furuno GPS/WAAS receiver
- Furuno Sirius weather
- Furuno/Airmar PB150 weather sensor
- 2ea Argonaut 15” pilothouse monitors
- 2ea Simrad AP50 autopilots
- 2ea Simrad Accusteer adjustable autopilot pumps
- Standard Horizon VHF radios
- 3ea Raymarine CAM50 dome cameras
- Raymarine reverse image aft camera
- 8’ 6db VHF antenna
- 4’ AIS antenna
Nav/Com Electronics – Flybridge
- Furuno NavNet MFD12 “multi-function” color display
- Simrad autopilot remote control plug
- Simrad AP51 full function handheld (wired) autopilot remote
- Simrad FU 50 rudder follow-up levers
- Standard Horizon “ram” (remote access mic) connects to pilothouse VHF
Nav/Com electronics – Cockpit
- Simrad FU50 rudder follow-up lever
- Bose Lifestyle 28III surround sound system in salon
- 5ea Bose cube speakers
- KVH Trac 3 M3ST Satellite TV dome antenna
- KVH empty dome to match active dome aesthetically
- 3ea. water tanks – port and starboard upper tanks (w/sight gauges) gravity feed to lower tank on centerline. Wema level gauge for center tank mounted in master head
- Upgraded pressure water pump to Shurflo Extreme
- Edson manual bilge pump with 2” hose, operable from cockpit locker inside transom
- Jabsco primary electric bilge pump with Ultra safety switch rated at 10.8 gal/hr
- Rule 3700 electric bilge pump rated at 3700 gal/hr with Ultra safety switch and high-water alarm in pilothouse
- Seaward 11 gal. hot water tank
- Village Marine Tec “squirt” STW600 600 gal/day water maker with auto flush
- Black water tank – 50 gallon fiberglass
- Gray water tank – 50 gallon fiberglass
Deck and Exterior Features and Gear:
- Twin Disc “Power Commander” engine controls on flybridge and in cockpit
- Angled stainless steel steering wheel with speed knob
- Stabilizer controls
- Thruster jog levers
- Simrad FU 50 rudder follow-up lever
- Remote VHF mic
- Remote control autopilot plug
- Ritchie 4.5” steering compass
- Pompanette bench helm seat
- Navigation electronics (see Section)
- Rigid stainless-steel Bimini frame with fabric cover
- Additional seat integrated into the rail
- Cockpit control station
- includes electronic engine controls
- thruster jog levers,
- windlass control,
- rudder follow-up lever
- horn and engine start/stop buttons
- Electronics (see section)
- Fiberglass “Ship Stack” option in lieu of standard trawler-style mast and boom
- Stack mounted flood light for illuminating boat deck
- Fresh water outlet on boat deck
- Transom door
- Port and starboard side cockpit doors
- Stainless steel frame swim step with staple rails
- Stainless steel boarding ladder
- Steelhead SM1000R (1000 lb.) davit crane on boat deck for more precise control during dinghy launch and retrieval
- 10’ Rigid boat tender with 30hp Mercury outboard (2008)
- Tender mounts on Weaver slide-out stainless steel chocks, leaving the boat deck flush when tender is launched
- Maxwell 3500 electric anchor windlass with foot switches, chain counter in pilothouse, and switch controls on flybridge and aft control station in cockpit
- Additional anchor rode deck pipe and anchor locker divider
- Windlass is mounted in anchor tackle handling area designed to contain debris that may come aboard during anchor retrieval. Drains in this section exit at the waterline preventing residue accumulation on hull topsides
- 105lb. CQR type anchor
- 400’ of 3/8” BBB anchor chain
- Chain stopper
- Bow towing eye lowers anchor scope angle when used with a snubber
- Large Freeman hatch access to chain locker
- 2ea. molded-in deck storage boxes forward
- Flopper stopper rig port side for at-anchor stabilization
- Freshwater spigot on foredeck and in cockpit
- Hot and cold shower in cockpit
- Propane storage to 2ea. 20lb. tanks
- Optional, additional storage locker in cockpit
- Aluminum exterior doors and windows – Both pilothouse and the aft salon door are Dutch doors
- Guest Beamer spotlight with remote control in pilothouse and on flybridge
- Canvas – window screens, hatch covers, windlass cover
- Locking lazarette hatch
- Nordhavn “as built” Owner’s Manual and component manuals
- Seafire auto/manual fire suppression system suppressant in engine room
- Seafire manual fire suppression system with suppressant in lazarette
- Edson manual bilge pump operable from cockpit
- Rule 3700 high water bilge pump with alarm in pilothouse
- Viking UKL 6-person liferaft (certification out-of-date)
- Fire extinguishers, life jackets, dock lines, fenders
- Personal gear
ASKING: $679,000 US LOCATION: Sidney, BC
Note: Algonquin is currently co-listed with Yachts BC, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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.