N47 Pacific High
|Boat Name:||Pacific High|
|Builder:||Pacific Asian Enterprises|
|LOA:||51 ft 0 in|
|Beam:||16 ft 1 in|
|LWL:||43 ft 4 in|
|Maximum Draft:||5 ft 11 in|
|Displacement:||81000 lbs Full Load|
|Total Power:||174 HP|
|Engine Power:||174 HP|
|Fresh Water Tanks:||Fiberglass (400 Gallons)|
|Fuel Tanks:||Fiberglass (1480 Gallons)|
|Holding Tanks:||Fiberglass (120 Gallons)|
|Number of cabins:||2|
|Number of heads:||2|
The Nordhavn 47 is a venerable member of the Nordhavn family of trans-oceanic capable trawler style yachts. The Nordhavn 47 came to be as part of the third (current) generation of Nordhavn hull shapes. With her dry stack exhaust, keel cooled engine installation, the “47” has been proven in voyages to many parts of the world.
Pacific High comes to the market as her owners begin to change their life plans, taking a brief break from cruising. During her current ownership, Pacific High has benefited from a number of upgrades to systems from mechanical to electronics, some of which have been installed by Emerald Harbor marine, a Nordhavn-savvy company in Seattle.
Pacific High is clean and ready for your inspection, located in Elliott Bay Marina in Seattle, 30 minutes from SeaTac airport.
Pacific High has the systems and amenities that allow its owners to cross an ocean, or hole-up in a South Seas anchorage, or an Alaskan Fjord self-sufficiently for a very long time.
Enter the salon through the Dutch door from the cockpit. The interior joiner work is teak, with a teak and spruce floor. The overhead is a series of removable panels wrapped in Majalite. There is a crescent shaped settee to starboard with a dinette table mounted on an adjustable height pedestal. To port is an L-shaped settee. The galley is forward with an extended counter top suitable for dining access from two stools aft of the galley counter.
The galley is as large as you would find in a 47-foot power boat and is equipped with domestic scale appliances including a Thermador dual-fuel range and oven and Sub-Zero refrigerator.
To starboard, just forward of the settee is the laundry, equipped with separate Asko washer and dryer.
Five steps forward take you into the pilothouse, again, as expansive as any found on a 47-foot powerboat, and a well-suited operation of this trans-oceanic capable vessel.
To starboard, a stairwell allows access to the two staterooms below. The stairwell also contains additional cold storage space in a Sub-Zero freezer. The master stateroom is aft of the stair landing and also includes access aft to the stand-up engine room. Forward of the landing is the guest stateroom with its double bed, work desk, and ensuite head.
Recent updates by Seaview West Boatyard and Emerald Harbor Marine Include:
• New bottom paint, April 2019
• Keel cooler cleaned, out of water, April 2019
• PropSpeed applied to shafts and propellers, April 2019
• Three step wax, April 2019
• New 8D house bank batteries, April 2019
• Hurricane heater service, April 2019
• New ship’s computer with Nobeltec Trident software and Canadian charts, Feb. 2014
• Outback 2812 inverter installed April 2018
• Mastervolt Chargemaster 24/100 automatic battery charger installed Dec. 2014
• Stern Thruster installed Dec. 2014
• Thruster wireless control installed April 2018
The salon includes comfortable seating for a convivial atmosphere with its port and starboard settees, and visual connection to the galley. It’s a versatile entertainment area, and also includes easy viewing angles for the Samsung TV from almost any seating position. The salon is cooled and heated from one of the zones of air-conditioning, and also heated from one of the zones of the ITR Hurricane diesel hydronic heating system.
The upholstery is Ultraleather, which is launderable. The outside sight lines afford a panoramic view of the outside environment from the interior seating. The windows are also fitted with valences within which the window shades are mounted. The aft salon door is Dutch type with an opening upper section. One of the many advantages of the Nordhavn dry exhaust system is that the aft door may be left open without pulling in engine exhaust due to the discharge height of the stack.
There is copious storage under settees and in lockers arrayed around the salon.
Laundry (Across From Galley)
The laundry appliances are easily accessed behind a full height louvered door in the starboard forward section of the salon. The washer and dryer are apartment sized separate washer and dryer by Asko. A set of stainless steel hooks just outside helps with organization of laundered items.
The galley can be accurately described as having plenty of workspace and versatility. It includes a complement of standard appliances, including a Thermador dual fuel range with gas cooktop and electric oven, full size Sub-Zero refrigerator with freezer drawers and icemaker, trash compactor, and drawer and pantry space. The cold storage capacity of the Sub-Zero refrigerator, coupled with the Sub-Zero freezer located down the pilothouse-to-stateroom stairway, adds to cruising time.
The double bowl sink is located efficiently at an outboard corner of the counter, near a large window. The counter has been extended to serve as a quick meal surface.
• Granite counter top extended for use with salon stools
• Sinks outboard with a view
• Grohe faucet
• Opening port
• Aircon register
• Thermador dual fuel range
• Sub-Zero full-size fridge w/ freezer drawers and icemaker
• Broan trash compactor
• Organized drawer and locker space including a locker over the galley counter
Pacific High’s pilothouse has many of the “big-boat” features that make the Nordhavn 47 so well suited for its intended purpose of long passage making. It has a Stidd helm chair, fully adjustable for comfort and situated for full visibility of the all of the electronics, and in reach of the controls.
• Stidd helm chair – upholstered in Ultraleather
• Stainless steel destroyer wheel
• Settee with dining table and raised sight lines, providing comfort for the crew gathering in the pilothouse
• Watch berth aft of the seating area for an off-watch crew member to rest, but remain available
• Bulkhead mount reading light over watch berth
• Upper and lower instrument consoles for full visibility
• Main electrical distribution panel
• Port and starboard Dutch doors for access and ventilation
• Bound edge carpet
• Fold down chart table
• Plenty of gear storage drawers and lockers
• Air-conditioning zone control panel
• Heating system thermostat and fan controls
• Large hanging locker just inboard of starboard door
The master stateroom has the amenities that make extended cruising such a pleasurable pursuit. A comfortable queen bed, organized storage space for clothing and personal items.
The master stateroom is located aft of the stair landing from the pilothouse. It includes a double bed, a lot of locker, drawer and shelf space. There are night stands port and starboard of the bed, and a vanity with mirror in the forward area of the cabin. Two opening portlights are outboard to port.
Master Stateroom Features:
• Double bed with custom mattress
• Two large hanging lockers, many drawers and storage compartments
• Two opening ports
• Dressing mirror
• Bound-edge carpet
• Engine room access
• Swing arm bulkhead reading lights over bed
• Samsung TV
The master head is ensuite to the starboard side of the cabin space.
Master Head Features:
• Tecma toilet
• Granite counter top with lots of surface area
• Large stall shower with bi-fold door with (prox.) 6′-5″ headroom and room to “maneuver”
• Ceramic tile floor
• Opening port
• Shower exhaust fan
• Large medicine cabinet
• Black and gray water level indicator/pump control panels
The main engine is a Lugger L668P, rated at 174hp. It is a de-rated engine giving it extreme reliability and longevity. The engine is keel-cooled with a dry stack exhaust system, something that Nordhavn is known for and a system that has been tested over millions of nautical miles.
The keel cooling, dry exhaust system eliminates the raw water cooling pump with its vulnerable rubber impeller, the failure of which is one of the biggest reasons for engine shut-down. Without the ingestion of raw water, weed, jelly fish, plastic bags, and the like, engine over-heating is drastically reduced.
The maintenance strake section of the hull provides increased, full-standing headroom in the engine room for most folks, and also allows the engine shaft angle to be flatter for increased propeller efficiency. The shaft angle, plus the ZF220 3.96:1 transmission ratio allow for a larger diameter prop for maximum efficiency.
The main engine propeller and shaft are well protected in the aperture formed by the keel and rudder.
The Nordhavn gravity feed fuel system, along with the keel-cooling adds to the exceptional reliability of the single engine configuration. Fuel drains from the port and starboard storage tanks to the main supply tank for the main engine and generator. It is filtered via a duplex set of Racor 900 fuel filters.
A transfer system routes fuel through another Racor 900 filter any time fuel is being moved from one tank to another, one tank back to itself, or from a tank to the isolated wing engine fuel tank.
As a back-up to the main engine, there is a Yanmar 3JH3 “wing” engine with its own shaft and folding propeller. Cross linking an auxiliary power source to the main shaft would not serve well if the main engine propeller were damaged or wrapped.
There is a very robust ABT TRAC 220 active fin stabilizer system with new computer and TRAC-link panel, with greatly improved legibility.
The engine room is surprisingly large and easy to navigate with (prox.) 6′-3″ headroom at its forward end. Systems access for inspection and maintenance has been made as easily accessible as possible.
There is a stainless steel handrail around the main engine, making engine room checks underway much safer and easier.
The engine room has been insulated with 2″ of lead/foam insulation covered with perforated plate all around.
The guest stateroom is located forward of the stair landing. It includes a double bed, work desk and plenty of storage, including drawer storage under the bed. A large shelf over the desk holds the various systems manuals. There is a swing-out chair at the desk.
There are also four opening ports and two Lewmar overheard hatches.
The forward most interior space of the Nordhavn 47 is efficiently used for the head with shower.
Guest Head Features Include:
• Shower with seat and exhaust fan
• Granite vanity top
• Medicine cabinet with mirror doors
• Overhead Lewmar hatch
• Tecma toilet
• Large linen locker
• Bound edge carpet on sole
The lazarette provides gear storage space, but also contains the steering assembly, water maker, high-current DC buss, battery switches and batteries, Sea Recovery water maker and ITR “Hurricane” hydronic heating system, and cord bucket for the Glendinning cord retriever system.
• Custom computer running Nobeltec Trident, including Canadian charts (2014)
• Samsung 19-1/2″ computer monitor
• Sitex GPS/plotter
• Furuno radar
• Simrad AP22 autopilot
• Simrad analog rudder angle indicator
• Selector switches for heading input
• Maxwell windlass control/chain counter
• Bow and stern thruster jog levers
• Icom M502 VHF radio
• Icom M602 VHF radio
• Furuno FCV 582L video depth sounder
• Furuno GP-39 GPS
• Furuno RD-30 multi-data display
• Simrad IS15 Windpoint/Windspeed
• Windshield wiper control panel
• ITR “Hurricane” heating system control panel
• Sea Recovery watermaker remote control panel
• KVH TV dome control panel (unproven
• 2 ea. Rieker inclinometer – one fore and aft, and one for athwartship trim
• Weems and Plath clock and barometer
• VDO camera display screen
• 2 ea. USB ports and AIS USB and GPS output ports for external computer/plotter applications
• Stereo speakers
• Pains-Wessex 406 EPIRB
Deck and Equipment
• Trawler style mast and boom – rigging checked in 2014, original cable replaced by Amsteel line
• 2015 Novurania MX 430 DL inflatable tender with console and Yamaha 60 hp engine
• Cockpit and fore deck connected by a starboard side deck with deep bulwarks
• Boarding doors on starboard side deck and transom
• Portuguese bridge forward of pilothouse for secure passage around to boat deck
• Boat deck with two deck stowage boxes
• Maxwell VWC3500 windlass
• Rocna anchor and 400′ of chain
• Sovereign propane BBQ grill
• Scotty downrigger and 12-volt power plug inside the transom
• Electric warping winch inside transom with foot switches
• Stern anchor roller off swim step
• Fresh water faucet
• Molded-in foredeck storage compartments
• 2 ea. Lewmar deck hatches on foredeck, one on the pilothouse roof
• Extended swim platform
• Stainless steel staple rails and boarding ladder on swim step
• Molded in anti-skid pattern
• Main electrical distribution panel – (12vdc, 120vac and 240vac) in the pilothouse
• 240-volt 50-amp shore power connection forward
• 120-volt 30-amp shore power connection forward
• 240-volt shore power connection aft with Glendinning shore cored retrieval system
• Outback 2812 inverter – installed 2014
• Northern-Lights 12kW generator
• Glendinning cord retriever system
• One Leece-Neville large case 270-amp alternator house battery bank alternator, and one 85-amp engine start battery alternator, mounted on the main engine
• Wing engine and generator each have an alternator
• 4 ea. 8D AGM house batteries supplying 12-volts
• 1 ea. 8D AGM battery forward connected in series to provide 24-volts to bow thruster
• 1 ea. 8D AGM main engine start battery supplying 12-volts
• 2 ea. 8D AGM batteries in series supplying 24-volts to the stern thruster
• 1 ea. 4D AGM start battery supplying 12-volts to the generator and wing engine
• 400 gal. water tank
• 20 gal. Torrid stainless steel hot water heater with 1500 watt electric element and engine heat exchanger heating
• Jabsco “Sensor-Max” pressure water system pump
• Sea Recovery water maker
• Carbon filter and UV sterilizer on the fresh water feed
• Life jackets
• Throwable ring
• Winslow 6-person valise pack life raft
• Seafire engine room fire suppression system
• Handheld fire extinguishers
• Emergency tiller
• Jabsco electrical main bilge pump
• Johnson 400 high water bilge pump
• Edson manual bilge pump operable from the main salon
• Pains-Wessex 406 EPIRB
• Nordhavn “as-built” owner’s manual and systems drawings
• Tools, artwork, personal items
Note: existing domes on pilothouse roof shown in photos have not been proven.
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.