This Model Is No Longer In Production
The perfect yacht is every boat builder’s goal and if you believe advertising, it has been accomplished quite a few times. Tradeoffs and compromises, the eyes of the beholder and personal preferences make perfection an elusive target. While the Nordhavn 35 may not be the perfect boat, it does have a single minded purpose and discipline of build that we feel is untouched in the under 40-foot “anything that floats” category.
Sadly, the business realities of today’s trawler market did not allow us to continue building the 35 forever as we had always hoped and now the only way to obtain one is through the brokerage (used boat) market.
The 35 was our answer to numerous Nordhavn owners’ requests for a couple’s cruiser with: just one stateroom, protected steering and cockpit, luxury yacht comfort and quality, slightly faster speed capability, easily accessed yet out-of-sight stowage option for ship’s tender, an exterior requiring minimal maintenance and stout enough to handle rough sea conditions encountered in any coastal passage.
This is a market niche most builders can’t afford to enter. How many people are there who want to pay $400,000- plus for a 35 footer? If you eliminate the Hinckley Picnic Boat from consideration (no comment), then I guess you could say it’s a pretty narrow target market. (If you compare the Nordhavn 35 to the Nordic Tug and American Tug – both well marketed brands – and do a true “apples to apples” comparison we are sure you will be surprised to see how closely all of these boats are priced).
So instead of building the 35 to meet a price point, we designed and outfitted the 35 with the most and the best. She is handcrafted by the same yard that builds our largest Nordhavns, the 57, 62, 64 and 72 (the 35 shares the same skilled workers and a lot of the same hardware). Our Nordhavn 35 owner profile is an adventuresome couple who are moving over from sail, or downsizing from a larger power yacht. People who are used to – and can appreciate – the best. The value of a boat can only be truly measured by the price it brings at resale. A couple of years back we listed and sold my second 35 to come on the brokerage market. It was announced on the Internet and closed within thirty days. Both of the first two 35-footers we listed sold within percentage points of their asking prices. The used boat market is always changing, but there is always going to be a 35 that will be a great deal. You just have to look around and ask your broker to help you.
In putting the 35 together every equipment decision was based on what is best for two people, and what are the most appropriate brands to select so that buyers won’t feel they need to upgrade anything. Cantalupi lighting is an obvious touch, but even behind the scenes items like the Whale Gulper shower sump pump that doesn’t require a strainer (who wants to mess with that?) remind you that every detail has been evaluated. Corian countertops, richly varnished teak cabinetry and solid stock teak and spruce soles are obvious statements of quality.
The basic equipment package includes an electric bow thruster with joystick control, electric windlass with foredeck foot buttons and pilothouse remote (including a 60-pound anchor and 400 feet of chain), tilting mast and boom with electric boom winches (dinghy davit), inverter/battery charger, fresh water electric head with odor free hose and all necessary galley appliances – three burner stove/oven, microwave, refrigerator and freezer.
One couple = one stateroom. Evening accommodations are forward with an island berth positioned athwartships that makes getting in and out of bed a dream (couldn’t resist that). A nice reading seat forward and access to the chain locker from that same location (no crawling over your bed to check on your rode). And remember, we’re expecting you to be docked or anchored at night. Included in the stateroom are half-height hanging lockers, shelves and drawers, bed stands and a bureau. With two dorade vents, an opening hatch and two opening windows –the ventilation and light is excessive.
This boat was not marketed as a live aboard, but the owners of hull number one have been doing just that for the past six years in the Pacific Northwest (and their reverse cycle air conditioning has kept their temperature just right, year round). Other owners are spending months aboard at a time and truly enjoying this special lifestyle.
Easily single handed during close quarter maneuvering (3.5 turns lock to lock on the steering and a single lever engine control) from your perch on a wide helm bench which also gives you plenty of room to relax (or snuggle) when tracking along on passage. The 35 is easy to cook aboard with an amazing galley. (Don’t be fooled into thinking you don’t want to own a galley-down until you see this one.) The galley and head are also purposely laid out to be simple to clean. The engine room is fitted out with all necessary fuel and engine related equipment easy to service and maintain. Wait until you see the amount of room under the cockpit in the lazarette! One ‘complaint’ we’ve had from many owners is that there is too much storage and they are buying more stuff than they need (I’ve also taken flack that the air-conditioning is too cold…with criticism like this I know we succeeded). Another two- person priority example – all of the seating areas are comfortably upholstered with angled seat backs and seat bottoms with knee rolls (even the dining area which can convert to an overnight double berth has the priority of being a seat 99% of the time and is just comfortable enough for your overnight guests to get a full night of sleep).
Features like the unencumbered pilothouse visibility through practically bulletproof Diamond Sea/Glaze windows and the digital display meters on the electric panel will show you that we are interested in making sure you see the big picture and the little details.
Since we sell all of our boats direct we spend considerable time aboard. This allowed us to insure we include the amenities and features that we require to make boating more enjoyable, such as; a galley pass through shelf that will transfer a full size dinner plate, a fold down chart table that is ideal underway for spreading out a chart, two deep navigation chart drawers that will accommodate an extensive library of charts and guide books, and no fiddles on the salon table so you can comfortably rest your forearms while dining.
The hinged mast makes it much easier to do the “Great Loop” trip up the ICW and down the Mississippi. One 35 couple has already completed the Loop – three times! A ‘soft rig’ option was developed using 1 x 19 standing rigging in lieu of the forward struts for faster mast lowering. We have even built a custom spar arrangement to get into a low boathouse and/or to eliminate the delays incurred when facing those 15-foot bridge clearances.
What more do you need, really? This is a very complete boat, which had just enough choices to let each owner personalize to suit their needs. You will be amazed at how she handles underway (see the enclosed performance results underway comparing information details like speed, noise levels and fuel consumption). Our owners are reporting 14 knots top speed in light “weekend” load, and fully loaded for an extended adventure she will easily power along in the 10-knot range. And though the turn of speed is a nice ‘extra gear’, most owners are taking it easy and enjoying the view while cruising quietly in displacement mode running in the low 2,000 rpms range, traveling between 7 and 8 knots.
We have really had two different “generations” of the 35, allow me to explain. The first several hulls were “overbuilt” by Ta Shing and came out very solid, but were too heavy to get up out of the water and achieve the higher speeds we had predicted. The robust construction didn’t bother people too much, but we wanted to build the boat as she was designed and so made several modifications which were all in place by hull number 9. These included lay up to the originally designed lamination schedule and a “propeller tunnel” in the aft section of the hull to allow for a larger propeller. We also changed the transmission and altered the down angle of the shaft so that it was straighter and less angled. These improvements allowed us to get 15 knots, but remember, even with the second generation adjustments you can’t get top speed with a full set of fuel tanks, the planning and management of your trips is very important. If you want to go long-range fill up and go slow. If you want to travel 100 – 150 miles in a day put in less fuel and run in “light mode”.
As our business has grown, so has the size of the boats we are offering. The 35 as a semi-displacement boat and being under 40 feet no longer fits within our business model and sadly we discontinued production after building hull number 24. The tooling has since been destroyed, so there will be no more 35s (and no copy cats!).
We only produced a handful of 35s each year over a 5-year run. This relatively limited production rate insured continued top quality construction and has so far assured excellent resale value when a nice one becomes available.
|LOA:||35’ 4.75” / 10.79 M|
|LWL:||33’ 4” / 10.16 M|
|BEAM:||13’ 2” / 4.01 M
|DRAFT:||3’ 9” / 1.14 M
|DISPL.:||23,000 lbs. / 8.58 metric tons
|LOA:||35’ 4.75” / 10.79 M|
|LWL:||33’ 4” / 10.16 M|
|BEAM:||13’ 2” / 4.01 M
|DRAFT:||3’ 9” / 1.14 M
|DISPL.:||23,000 lbs. / 8.58 metric tons
|FUEL CAPACITY:||590 gals. / 2233.41 L (two tanks)
|WATER CAPACITY:||165 gals. / 624.61 L (two tanks)|
|BLACK WATER CAPACITY:||40 gals. / 151.41 L|
|GRAY WATER TANK CAPACITY:||88 gals. / 333 L|
Molded in gelcoat (choice of Gray or Buff) with vinylesther resin in first laminations below waterline for superior blister resistance. Three piece hull mold, split longitudinally with separate transom piece – all tooling highly polished between parts. Hand laid lamination using knitted mat and woven roving. Solid fiberglass lay-up below waterline. Above waterline lay-up is fiberglass cored with Klegecll for stiffness and weight reduction. Longitudinal fiberglass stringers over polyurethane foam bonded into hull to increase strength and stiffness. Boot top stripe LP paint (choice of Blue, Green, Red or Black). Lower and upper rub rails integral to hull. Integral swim platform with molded in diamond pattern non-skid. 1.5” stainless steel striker surrounding quarter guard and swim platform. Propeller pocket molded into upper portion of propeller apperture. Underwater surfaces are coated with epoxy barrier coats and finished with anti-fouling bottom paint (choice of colors – Red, Blue, Black or Green). Stylized stainless steel breast plate to protect bow from anchors.
Molded in diamond pattern non-skid. Two tone colors with contrasting smooth and non-skid. Hand laid knitted fiberglass mat and woven roving. Several molds, all highly polished. 0.5″ Klegecell used on pilothouse cabin sides (vertical surfaces). Pilothouse deck (boat deck), cabin top, deck and cockpit (horizontal surfaces) cored with Klegecell. Plywood used in areas of hardware installation (for compression strength) and for attachment of all structural bulkheads. Wheelhouse face with reverse sloped windows is a separate mold bonded to deck. All windows in deck and wheelhouse are Diamond Sea-Glaze painted aluminum frames with 3/8″ tempered glass. Lewmar “Ocean Series” hatches are opening with hinges and dogs. Additional ventilation provided by molded in fiberglass dorade boxes. 1.25″ stainless steel railings complimented by stout bulwarks. All deck hardware backing plated and bedded in 3M 5200 polyurethane. Minimum on deck maintenance, solid teak transom caprail is only exterior woodwork.
Pilothouse deck is integral to main deck. Aft overhang deck extension is separate molded fiberglass piece with Klegecell. Overhang is supported by stainless steel uprights that also serve as drain. Entire boat deck is gelcoated surface with molded in non skid. Small raised bulwarks on outboard sides provide upper hand grip support when walking along side decks below, stainless steel handrails forward. Boat deck is designed to accommodate up to an 11′ long by 6′ wide tender launch and outboard with a combined weight under 600 pounds.
Cockpit and swim step
Spacious aft deck cockpit averages 11’10” width on beam and 5’2″ centerline with molded in non-skid. Fiberglass hull boarding door on starboard side, opens inward. Boarding gate at gunwhale portside. Swim platform with molded in non-skid and stainless steel hinged swim ladder is accessed by stern mounted hinged fiberglass door that opens inward. Cockpit has large lazarette hatch with gasketed seal, twist lock latches and gas pressure lifting struts. Closed locker for propane storage also incorporated into cockpit sole.
Transverse sealed plywood sub-floor bulkheads fiberglass bonded to hull. Hand scribed plywood bulkheads with teak and Formica veneers are skinned with 5″ edges and fiberglass bonded to hull and deck. Bulkheads are attached by bonding mares tails and full length 12″ fiberglass strips. Entrance through custom aluminum “dutch door” at aft end of pilothouse with thick neoprene gasket, handle and double dogs. Soles in pilothouse and master stateroom are solid stock teak and spruce. Galley and head soles covered with resilient Lonseal superior traction vinyl flooring. Pilothouse is finished with varnished teak with teak trim, lower level is Formica with teak trim. Galley and head counters are Corian. All furniture and interior cabinetry is hand built and assembled inside the boat.
Engine beds and stringers support machinery. Engine is mounted to tapped steel plates fiberglassed to hardwood beds. Engine bed stringers bonded to forward engine room bulkhead. Surface areas are painted. Locations of all working components configured to simplify inspection and maintenance. Priority given to sound deadening with lead lined insulation finished with painted aluminum perforated sheeting. Underside of pilothouse sole (engine room overhead) layered with lead lined insulation and aluminum sheeting. Access via engine room door forward and through large removable sole hatch in pilothouse.
Hull to Deck Joint
Precision fit with deck overlapping hull. Bedded with 3M 5200 polyurethane and mechanically fastened with stainless steel fastners on 6″ centers. 1.5″ stainless steel rub rail striker at sheer, quarter guard and swim platform attached with stainless steel fasteners.
Engine Room and Related Equipment
- Yanmar 6LYA-STE diesel, 370 horsepower @ 3300rpm.
80 amp alternator. 4-stroke configuration. Turbocharged with intercooler. Fresh water cooling by centrifigal fresh water pump and seawater impeller pump.
- Yanmar engine mounts. All major service points are on the top surface to simplify filter changing, turbocharger cleaning, lube oil checks and refills and recharging of the freshwater sub-tank. Clearance above engine is approximately 21″ and the pilothouse sole hatch above engine is removeable. Fiberglass oil drip pan under engine.
- Yanmar engine is mounted on solid hardwood beds fiberglass bonded to hull. Engine bed is capped with solid steel glassed over surface that is precision tapped for accepting Yanmar
engine mounts. Entire engine mounting system is designed to minimize vibration and align engine and shaft for optimum performance.
- Yanmar New C-type panel at helm station with analog gauges
and alarm lamps. Panel features include; key ignition switch, tachometer with hour meter, engine temperature alarm, oil pressure alarm, cooling water temperature alarm, illumination switch for meter, alarm lamp unit, sub meter unit and engine
- ZF Hurth transmission gear box with 2.85:1 ratio and 8 degree down angle.
- Lifeline 8-D 255 amp hour engine start battery secured with
straps in engine room.
- Morse MT-3 single lever engine controls with 33C Supreme cables.
Aquatech 22, 2.25″ diameter stainless steel propeller shaft with standard S.A.E. taper.
- Shaft brush to bond propeller shaft into electrical system.
Wound filament fiberglass stern tube with rubber cutlass
bearings aft. Bronze stuffing box.
- 4 blade bronze propeller, 28″ diameter, 23″ pitch x 1.0 DAR.
Left hand rotation.
- Racor 75-500 Max 2 dual fuel filter. Yanmar 6LY is supplied with engine mounted filter also.
- Wet exhaust system with fiberglass water lift muffler in lazarette exits hull port side aft at waterline.
- Engine room floors are molded fiberglass with gray gel coat smooth finish.
- Engine room bilge and lower surfaces are finished with gelcoat. Outboard hull surfaces, bulkheads and overhead are insulated with fireproof foiled and leaded foam. All exposed insulated surfaces are lined with perforated anodized aluminum sheets trimmed with aluminum trim stock.
- Engine room ventilation – Engine room air intake through clam shell vents aft section of house. Port side anodized aluminum vents (baffled to eliminate water intrusion and recessed into the cabin side) feed Jabsco heavy duty intake blower. Engine room air is evacuated through starboard side anodized aluminum vents by Jabsco heavy duty exhaust blower.
- 3″ thick FRP engine room door, well insulated and with safety glass viewing port.
- Engine room lighting includes ss caged dome lights and encased florescent bulbs.
- Foundation provided within the engine room to accommodate up to a 8.0 KW generator.
- Optional 6.0 kW Northern Lights or 8.0 kW Panda generator – available at time of order.
- Two aluminum fuel tanks (295 gallons each) totaling 590 gallon capacity. Baffles and inspection plates included. Each tank
fitted with integral sight gauge to indicate capacity. Each tank
air tested to 3 pounds per square inch.
- WEMA fuel tank capacity gauges with displays at helm station.
- Aluminum fuel supply reservoir is mounted below low point of
fuel tanks and gravity fed by each. Reservoir features a one
gallon sight gauge. Fuel consumption can be checked by shutting off supply lines and monitoring gauge as fuel is consumed from reservoir. Return lines from engine and optional generator are plumbed into reservoir. Reservoir fitted with a drain at bottom to evacuate sediment build up in fuel tanks and purge water. Reservoir is vented to port fuel tank. All valves are bronze with ss balls.
- Recessed fuel fill locations with ss threaded caps and vents on
aft side of exterior main salon cockpit bulkhead – port and starboard.
- All fuel lines are Trident 3/8″ U.S.C.G. approved and CE certified reinforced rubber hose. Vent lines are 5/8″. Fuel lines are fitted with Trident brass swivel flare fittings.
- All engine cooling seawater hoses are Trident reinforced rubber, certified for marine use and provided with double stainless steel hose clamps below the waterline.
Fresh Water Plumbing System
- Two fresh water tanks, (1) 85 gallon and (1) 80 gallon. Total capacity 165 gallons. One deck fill (ss threaded cap) mounted
in port side deck. Upper tank fills lower tank via gravity feed. Larger tank is polyethylene and located under master stateroom bed. Smaller tank located in bilge and contoured to hull shape.
It is fiberglass construction with F.D.A. approved gelcoat and vinylester resin on inside surfaces. Both tanks have inspection plates appropriately positioned for access.
- WEMA tank capacity sensors mounted to tanks with gauges intalled at helm station.
- Whale System 15 WX 0.5″ diameter semi-rigid tubing. Color coded red for hot and blue for cold. System features all
quick-connect fittings that don’t require tools or clamps.
Seaward model S-1100, 11-gallon hot water heater for 120 volt and engine heat exchanger operation. Manufactured out of
marine galvanized steel. Located in lazarette.
- Jabsco 1 liter pre-pressurized accumulator tank with internal bladder to reduce pulsating and rapid on/off pump cyling. Accumulator maintains uniform water pressure.
- Fresh water deck wash down pump. Spigot located in port
cockpit stern locker.
- Jabsco Par Max 3 water pump with quiet water flow, run-dry ability and low amp draw motor.
- U.L. listed bronze body through hulls. Stainless steel ball valves with Teflon seats operated by rubber covered handles. The function of each fitting is clearly labeled.
- All thru hulls to be bonded together with a #10 green wire and
tied into the 12 volt DC ground system.
- All hardware mounted below waterline – stuffing box, stern
bearing housing, rudder shoe, rudder frame, rudder stuffing box, etc. – grounded into 12 volt DC ground system.
- Zinc plate tied into the 12-volt DC ground system.
- Newmar galvanic isolator installed at the AC inlet to isolate the green grounding wire.
- “Divers Dream” brand hull zinc mounted within reach of swim
step for easy replacement.
- Shaft brush to bond propeller shaft to electrical system.
- Small zinc attached to bronze rudder carrier shoe.
- Jabsco 12 volt electric diaphragm bilge pump, model #36600,
self priming and run-dry design. Belt drive and rubber mounting pads to reduce noise and vibration. 8 gallons per minute.
- Ultra Sr. automatic bilge pump float switch. Cylinder design
with encased float and magnetic switch with no exposed
contacts to become fouled.
- Edson manual bilge pump model # 638 AL, 30 gallons per
minute. Operable from pilothouse and includes 32″ long plated steel handle for easy operation.
- All bilge pump hose is Trident #147 brand smooth clear hose
(with black helix coil inside to prevent collapse). Ends are
double hose clamped and inlets have bronze strainer shoes.
Shower Sump Pump
- Whale Gulper 220, 3.3 gpm shower sump pump (deluxe unit
with no strainers required, and run-dry feature) operated by dial switch 5-minute timer to overboard discharge thru hull in boot stripe portside at galley.
Head and Holding Tank
- Jabsco Quiet-Flush QF-215 12 volt electric head with fresh water flush. Household sized seat and lid. Model #37045-1012. Toilet has a powerful waste water evacuation pump that circulates waste through built-in macerator before being sent to holding tank. Includes solenoid valve and siphon breaker. Simple push button flush.
- Head system discharges sewage directly to holding tank.
Single overboard thru hull.
40 gallon integral fiberglass holding tank with clean out port and Bosworth manual pump out. Limber hole beneath tank for bilge drainage.
- All sanitation hose is Trident brand premium odor safe hose. Single deck cap on starboard forward side deck for easy pumpout.
- WEMA sensor for holding tank with analog guage installed near toilet for easy monitoring
- Custom Nordhavn designed electrical panel with ( 9 ) AC circuit breaker and ( 41 ) DC circuit breaker locations. Battery test switches. AC Selector switch. Digital readouts for AC and DC voltage and amps.
- All necessary fuses to meet ABYC standards.
Engine emergency shut off switch.
- All wiring used throughout boat is tinned copper and color-coded per ABYC standards.
- All wire ends at electrical panel have shrink wrapped labels for identification.
- Heart Interface Freedom 25 Marine combi battery charger and inverter #81-2511-12. 2500 watts continuous, 130 amp 3 stage charger. Remote panel located on electrical panel at helm station
- 12 volt system:
- House batteries: (2) 8-D 255-amp hour Lifeline (absorbent glass mat) sealed deep cycle maintenance free marine batteries secured with stainless steel bars across threaded rods. House batteries located in forward step of master cabin. Each battery routed through a Hella 87181 disconnect switch.
- Engine battery: (1) 8-D 255-amp hour Lifeline AGM sealed deep cycle maintenance free marine battery isolated from house batteries and secured with straps. Located in engine room.
Main engine and optional generator to parallel into house battery using a Hella 87181 disconnect switch.
- 12 volt outlet at helm station. Conduit wire chase between mast step and helm position. 120 volt shore power system:
- Marinco 30 amp 2 pole 3 wire shore power inlet 120 v 60 Hz. Stainless steel with screw cap. Separate shore power breaker
per ABYC specifications.
- (1) 50′ 30 amp shore power cord.
Marinco stainless steel cable TV / telephone shore power inlet.
- 120 volt duplex receptacle outlets:
- A total of eleven interior duplex receptacle outlets throughout interior.
- One duplex outlet in galley and one duplex outlet in head are GFCI type with reset buttons.
Lighting Fixtures and Description Interior general:
- Main overhead interior lighting features Cantalupi chrome trim white lights with wall switches for each designated area. Lights are flush mounted into vinyl headliner.
- Head and shower overhead lights are water resistant Perko
- 12 volt chrome dome lights.
- Interior reading lights: Eight reading lights with on / off
switches – located in master stateroom and pilothouse.
- Interior courtesy lights: (7) Cantalupi red lens interior courtesy lights in optimum locations. Operated by two switches, one at salon/aft deck door, and one in forward stateroom.
- Hanging locker dome lights: One 3″ stainless steel dome light with toggle switch in each hanging locker. Hanging locker lights automatically switch on when locker door is opened.
- Chain locker dome light: One water resistant Perko chrome
dome light in chain locker with toggle switch.
- Engine room lighting: (5) stainless steel caged 12 volt white domes with individual light switches and group switch at
entrance to engine room.
- (2) Imtra IML-ER2 waterproof 120v florescent light fixtures in engine room. Dual 11″ long, 13 watt bulb units with acrylic/lexan prism lenses, gasketed to housing.
- Lazarette dome lights: (2) stainless steel caged 12 volt white dome lights with individual switches.
- Deck and exterior lighting: (2) Aft deck exterior lights are recessed Cantalupi “Susy” lights on underside of aft deck overhang.
- (2) Forespar lights on mast, one faces forward from below radar bracket to illuminate the foredeck, the other faces aft from the
top of the mast to light up the boat deck.
- Navigation lights: Aqua-Signal series 25. Red and Green running lights mounted into upper side deck recesses. White stern light mounted into aft deck overhang.
- Hynautic hydraulic steering system with slave cylinder and helm pump using seamless copper tubing reinforced with rubber hydraulic lines and Aeroquip fittings at the hydraulic ram. A by-pass valve to enable the use of the emergency tiller for steering is included. The steering sytem also has two ts with ball valves near the steering ram to accommodate future (optional) autopilot installation.
- Custom made stainless steel steering wheel with teak handles. 24″ diameter.
- 1-1/2″ diameter stainless steel emergency tiller. Attaches to top of rudderpost and stows in lazarette. Installs in deck plate located center of cockpit sole.
- Rudder stock is 1.75″ solid stainless steel with welded on
5/16″ stainless steel rudder backbone plate that has lightening holes and stiffening ribs.
- Rudder stock rests on Teflon bearing fitted to bronze carrier shoe.
- Bronze rudder shaft stuffing box and wound filament fiberglass rudder stock tube.
- Bronze rudder carrier shoe with zinc. Fiberglass rudder carrier top with collar type bearing.
- Rudder shell is gelcoat backed with vinylester resin and layed up with fiberglass. Polyurethane foam core.
Electric Bow Thruster
- Side-Power SP55S 4 horsepower bow thruster with single four blade composite propeller. (Unit is accessed through forward seat in master stateroom). 12 volt operation draws from house batteries. Bow section has molded in “teardrop” recess and tunnel is bonded to hull. Joy-stick control at helm station.
General Interior Finish Details
- Interior teak is varnished with a minimum of eight coats.
- Bulkheads are hand fitted plywood with Formica and
varnished teak veneers.
- Upper pilothouse level is finished and trimmed in teak.
- Lower level is finished with teak below counter tops and
- Formica trimmed with teak above counters.
- Locker doors have chrome push button latches.
- Concealed hinges on all locker doors.
- Hanging lockers have vented doors and interior is lined with aromatic Camphor wood.
- Drawers have dove tail fit, wooden side glides and chrome
push button latches.
- Countertops in head and galley are Corian, ‘Sierra Sandstone’ color.
- Stainless steel sinks in head and galley mounted under
- Corian counter tops.
- Single lever chrome faucet fixtures in head, shower and galley.
- Overhead coverings are individual foam backed vinyl panels.
- Overhead panels secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro, easily removable to service deck hardware and wiring.
- Head and forward cabin doors have deluxe door handles with catch fittings to hold open.
- Teak and stainless steel interior handrails.
- Diamond / Sea-Glaze commercial quality painted aluminum pilothouse dutch door and window frames with 3/8″ clear tempered glass. Window frames are trimmed with teak.
- Teak and Spruce – varnished soles in pilothouse and
- Lonseal, long lasting and highly resilient vinyl covering with
raised “coin sized” non-slip surfaces. Used in galley, head
and hallway. Durable surface simplifies cleaning and maintenance.
- Necessary access hatches in sole for access to engine room
and sub floor area.
- Chrome and stainless steel fixtures throughout.
- Diamond / Sea-Glaze horizontally divided “dutch door.” Fixed window in upper half. Door handle with lock. Door framed in
thick water proof gasket with multiple dog handles on the inside.
- Swings out to cockpit and upper half can lock open.
- Wide “picture frame” window aft to port.
Solid stock teak and spruce sole with edge banded access
hatch to engine room.
- L-shaped sofa on port side with upholstered seat bottoms
and seat backs.
- Sofa perched on raised teak and spruce platform for optimum visibility.
- Two teak drop doors under port side of settee and two top
access hatches on aft L-section.
- One-piece dinette table (solid teak and ply) overlaps settee to comfortably seat four people for meals.
- Dinette table is supported by two removable threaded stainless steel uprights.
- Table is 48″ long by 24″ wide and can stow upright on galley
sole between steps and pantry locker.
- Shelf under settee slides out to convert sofa into a double bunk 52″ wide x 6’3″ long.
- Chart drawer under sofa platform is 40″ wide and 29″ deep.
Settee on starboard side aft of helm bench 36″ wide with storage inside and 30″ wide x 25″ deep drawer under. Raised teak and spruce foot rest.
- Teak valances over windows port and starboard for future installation of drapes or blinds.
- Large port and starboard side windows are sliders with screens that open for optimum cross-ventilation.
- Overhead teak hand rail along centerline.
- TV/liquor locker forward on port side. 120 volt duplex outlet in locker, and coax from cable TV shore inlet is coiled and placed
in this locker for simple future installation. TV would mount on top.
- Two book shelves with fiddles starboard aft side, with drop
down chart table.
- Custom helm bench seats two and is 39″ wide, with upholstered seat bottom and seat back. Bench includes two drawers, and slide out footrests.
- Dash layout includes horizontally and vertically angled surfaces for instrumentation.
- Digital display for alternator output.
- Morse single lever throttle control.
- Yanmar “new C” panel with key ignition, hour meter, tach,
alarms and engine stop switch.
- The following items are displayed at the dashboard console:
- Windshield wiper switches, air horn switch, analog gauges for both fuel tanks and both water tanks.
- Joy-stick control for Side Power bow thruster.
- High water bilge alarm for Ultra Senior flood switch.
- Ritchie FN201compass.
- Multi-purpose 12 volt outlet.
- Overhead instrument console with charcoal colored Formica
for electronics installation.
- 24″ diameter custom made stainless steel steering wheel with varnished teak hand grips.
- (4) forward facing D/S-G fixed windows, all reverse sloped.
- (2) self parking Roca windscreen wipers for the two starboard
side forward windows.
- Port and starboard outboard wheelhouse windows are D/S-G,
port fixed, starboard sliding.
- Helm (starboard) side window is a slider for easy communication to deck or dock.
- AC/DC electric panel with appropriate breakers and digital
meters. Hinged for easy access and includes clear cover.
- Below steering wheel – location for air conditioning and generator panel (if these options are chosen).
- Small drawer below steering wheel.
- Set of 4 teak steps with non skid edges between upper
and lower level.
- Stainless steel hand rail.
- Nova Kool RGU-8000 AC/DC refrigerator and freezer.
Varnished teak facing.
- Double door storage locker above refrigerator.
- Seaward 3372 Deluxe stainless steel propane range. Stove exhaust blower included. Lights above stove. Forward galley bulkhead behind range covered with protective stainless steel sheathing. Stove alcove sides and bottom surrounding range
are also lined with stainless steel sheathing.
- Drop down storage below stove for pots and pans.
- General Electric model #JEM 25GY carousel microwave oven. 9 cubic feet. Color is black.
- Small storage locker outboard of microwave.
- Double slider windows outboard for great view and ventilation, screen included.
- Lewmar vent hatch installed in deck above center of galley.
- Teak framed screen included.
- Double stainless steel sink with single lever mixer and pull out spray wand. Sink is mounted under the Corian countertop.
Drain plugs included.
- Double door vented storage locker with shelf under sinks.
Chrome push pump liquid soap dispenser with 34 ounce plastic
- All galley counter tops are Corian – color is ‘Sierra Sandstone’.
- Two Corian hatches with pull rings for top load access to
- Stainless steel support compression post between counter top and deck.
- Foot space under counter cabinetry along sole.
- Outboard lockers above counter are double door, hinged.
- Three single door lockers aft above counter height approximately 7″ deep. Each with shelf and fiddle. Cabinet has teak pass-thru shelf top 11.5″ wide with sea rails.
- Bank of four 12″ wide x 19″ deep drawers aft, below counter.
Note: Optional Trash Compactor location.
- Pot and pan storage locker with shelf, aft below counter.
- Bank of four 8.5″ wide x 20″ deep drawers forward between
stove and refrigerator.
- Lonseal premium vinyl flooring with non-skid surface for easy maintenance. “Sandstone.”
Pantry, Engine Room Door
- Pantry locker for food storage located on starboard aft bulkhead just inboard of head. Bi-fold locker doors. Locker includes two shelves. Note: Pantry locker cabinetry is sized to accommodate optional Splendide automatic washer/dryer combination.
- Engine room access door under pantry locker.
- Engine room door is custom made FRP, two stainless steel
dogs and hinges, gasketed frame and safety glass windows. Elbow catch to hold open.
- Teak outboard and glossy laminate inboard cabin door with
handle and lock.
- Cabinetry and paneling is laminate and matching gelcoat with teak trim.
- Lonseal vinyl flooring with non-skid traction and easy maintenance. “Sandstone.”
- Corian countertop with oval stainless steel sink mounted under counter surface.
- Single lever chrome faucet in sink.
- Chrome push pump liquid soap dispenser with 34 ounce
plastic fill container.
- Two lockers for personal items. Locker under sink with
access to thru hulls.
- Jabsco QF-215 Quiet Flush electric head with built in macerator.
- Seat, lid and bowl are household size. System draws from onboard freshwater supply. Push button operation.
- WEMA holding tank indicator with gauge above and behind toilet.
- Double slider windows with screen.
- Lewmar vent hatch with teak framed screen.
- Mirrored medicine cabinet with shelf. Mounted on bulkhead
- Stainless steel towel rail below medicine cabinet.
Water resistant Perko overhead dome lights in head and shower.
- Separate shower stall located under helm console with raised
sill and bi-fold door enclosure. Overboard sump pump drain on
five minute timer, and exhaust fan on timer.
6’1″ headroom. Fiberglass molded enclosure with non-skid floor. Seat outboard has storage space inside and opens up space in mid-area. Non-skid flooring surface.
- Round stainless steel opening portlight in side of deck for light and ventilation.
- Shower door is custom aluminum framed bi-fold using clear tempered glass. Folds in toward shower and opens up outward.
- Open area at top for air circulation.
- Shower overhead is laminate and includes domelight and sump pump timer switch.
- Varnished teak panel door with stainless steel concealed hinges and Kroon door handle. Teak outboard and formica inboard door
is mounted in teak laminated soft curve frame and swings aft
- Elbow catch to secure cabin door in “open” position.
- Glass mirror on back of teak cabin door.
- Cabinetry and paneling is Teak below counter and above is
- Formica with teak trim.
- Varnished solid stock teak and spruce soles with edge banded access hatches to bilge.
- Bed utilizes athwartship positioning advantage to average 6’6″
and maximizes overall length due to headboard following hull curvature. 5’1″ wide at shoulders.
- Thick foam cushion mattress with vinyl upholstery
- Two bedstands with drawers, one forward and one aft of bed.
- Reading lights at head of bed on both sides, and above forward seat.
- Bureau on starboard sided with teak top surface, two lockers
and four drawers.
- Bureau has a 120v duplex outlet and TV/phone jack for easy connection of future television.
- Two vented hanging lockers lined with aromatic Camphor.
- Hanging dowel. 3″ stainless steel dome lights with door trip switches.
- One large vented clothing locker starboard side with two shelves.
- Varnished teak horizontal ceilings on hull sides above cabinetry.
- Upholstered seat with foam cushion bottom and seat back
- Two dorade vents in overhead for air circulation.
- Teak framed sliding glass windows (with screens) to let in light and air, mounted in cabin sides with added benefit of protecting privacy by being positioned below bulwark rails.
- Large Lewmar opening hatch with teak frame hinged screen.
- Book shelf with fiddle forward to port.
- This large capacity divided chain locker is accessed from the master stateroom. The windlass has a self-feeding deck pipe
and a separate deck pipe is installed for a secondary rode. The chain locker is deep and spacious, designed to accommodate over 400′ of chain in the primary locker and 200′ of rode on the secondary shelf.
- Shelf to port for secondary rode.
- (2) Stainless steel pad eyes, one for each rode.
- 5″ diameter Perko water resistant dome light with toggle switch
- Locker painted with gray gelcoat and drains to bilge.
- The bilge areas are finished with gelcoat. All insulated surfaces are covered by perforated aluminum sheeting painted white.
- The engine room door is fiberglass construction with a viewing
port and swings open toward the galley.
- There is a stainless steel safety bar and protective plate at the front end of the engine.
- Yanmar 6LYA-STE turbocharged diesel engine rated 370 hp
with ZF-Hurth HSW 800 A2.2 transmission with a 2.85:1 reduction gear.
- (2) 295 gallon aluminum fuel tanks and fuel supply reservoir.
Note: For coastal cruising it is anticipated that owner will not carry much fuel and instead rely on regular re-fills, keeping
weight light and allowing for better top end speeds. For
extended range cruising, tanks can be filled if the boat is to be paced at lower rpm ‘displacement’ speeds for long passages.
- Racor 75-500 dual fuel/water separator.
- Jabsco electric bilge pump and Edson manual bilge pump.
- Ultra Senior bilge pump switch with high water alarm.
- Chrome dome lights and florescent lights.
- Intake and exhaust blowers.
- Deep bilge aft of engine.
- House and generator batteries.
- Engine and generator battery select switches.
- 120V GFI outlet with stainless steel cover plate.
- Shore breakers and electrical fuses.
- Thru hulls and strainers.
- Freshwater strainer pump and accumulator.
- Galley comes equipped with a propane Seaward 3372 stainless steel three burner range, stove, oven and broiler. Range burners have 100% safety shut-off devices, piezo ignition and porcelain oven interior for easy clean up and consistent cooking temperatures. Stove top comes with one pair of cook top pot holder retaining arms.
- Xintex S-2A LP gas control panel with solenoid and propane sniffer.Propane locker is located in aft deck under cockpit sole
and is covered by a hinged and gasketed hatch with a stainless twist dogd to secure. The fiberglass LPG locker is vented overboard for safety. Two aluminum 10 lb. horizontal tanks are mounted in the locker and fitted with a single stage regulator
and valve bib.
- Propane hose is Trident brand CE certified, leak tested and
Refrigeration and Freezer
- Nova Kool AC/DC refrigerator and freezer. Model # RGU-8000. Total capacity of 6.8 cubic feet. Upper refrigerator portion has a light and 4.3 cu.ft. Freezer on bottom has 2.5 cu.ft. capacity
with ice cube trays. Uses R134a refrigerant. Easy to clean. Thermostatically controlled. Both doors have varnished teak faces. Low voltage battery protection
- Stainless steel bow anchoring platform with two bronze rollers. Starboard side roller is slotted for chain and will accommodate
a 60 lb. anchor. Port side roller is smooth for a secondary
anchor or for mooring lines.
- Custom stainless steel breast plate to protect bow from anchor damage.
- Recessed anchor well on foredeck is 3” deep and has outboard drains.
- Muir electric windlass with two foot buttons. Includes integral deck pipe for primary rode.
- Custom 60 lb. stainless steel plow type anchor with Imtra swivel.
400′ of 5/16″ high-test chain.
- 4″ oval stainless steel deck pipe with hinged lid, port side of well for secondary rode.
- 12″ stainless steel cleat on centerline behind windlass.
Stainless Steel Railings
- Bow pulpit is 1.25″ diameter stainless steel with burgee socket.
- 1.25″ stainless steel horizontal hand railings around side decks approximately 30″ tall and include middle level lifelines. Lifelines are vinyl coated 1 x 19 stainless steel.
- 1.25″ rails around aft deck/cockpit area.
Miscellaneous Deck Hardware
- Two Roca windsheild wipers on starboard (helm) side. Two speed motors with self parking feature. Blades are 12″ long.
- Marinco/AFI Dual-Trumpet “full blast” air horns. Chromed brass finish. 12 volt DC compressor.
- (2) stainless steel padeyes, one inboard of each vent hatch for attachment guy lines to assist with lowering mast.
- Stainless steel deck fittings to attach jaws of forward tending struts.
- Stainless steel deck fills for fresh water fill and waste pump out discharge installed in side decks
- Two anodized aluminum vents recessed into the cabin sides
and two fiberglass clam shell vents aft in cockpit for engine room ventilation and air circulation.
Cleats for Docking and Mooring
- Total of (7) stainless steel cleats. Foredeck has 10″ cleats on
port and starboard on top of bulwarks, and one 12″ cleat centerline behind windlass. 10″ cleats are mounted amidships
on bulwark tops, both sides for spring lines. Aft deck sides have 10″ cleats port and starboard on top of rail.
- Stern custom stainless steel hawse pipe, chock with cleat
horns, installed at centerline for mooring, anchoring and towing.
Ventilation – Hatches, Portlight, Dorades, Windows and Door
- Three Lewmar hatches. One large Lewmar hatch in forward stateroom. Two Lewmar vent hatches, one each head and
galley. All three hatches come with teak framed hinged screens.
- Optional Lewmar hatch available to be installed in wheelhouse.
- Two dorade vents supply fresh air to master stateroom. Molded fiberglass boxes with stainless steel cowls, teak trim rings fitted in overhead.
- One 8″ round stainless steel opening porthole in shower.
- Diamond Sea-Glaze commercial grade windows. Clear lenses with 3/8″ thick tempered glass set into powder coated aluminum frames. All windows are custom made and are ordered with a raised lower lip on the frame to help reduce water and spray intrusion.
- Salon has two sliding windows port and starboard (with screens) and one fixed window aft with 3/8″ tempered glass.
- Forward salon and helm station have two side windows and four front windows with 3/8″ thick tempered glass. All forward “wheelhouse” windows are fixed except outboard starboard side helm station window which is a slider with no screen. Forward cabin trunk has four sliding windows port and starboard: Two for owner’s cabin, one for the head and one for the galley. Forward windows are fixed and aft portion slides forward.
- Salon door opens outward onto aft deck and is split “dutch door” type. Door is manufactured by Diamond Sea-Glaze and is aluminum with handle, dogs and gasket and includes a 3/8”
thick fixed tempered glass window in top panel.
- Anchor well on foredeck has two drains outboard.
Water flow directed to scuppers and help keep walking areas
- Scuppers in side decks drain to through hulls in the boot top stripe.
- Two freeing port openings aft in cockpit port and starboard
(under boarding door) to shed water.
- The spacious aft deck area intended for regular outdoor activity and relaxation. Max. length on centerline is 5′ 6″. Average width is 11′ 10″ and the entire area is surrounded by an integral retaining “wall” which includes stainless steel railings along the top.
- 15″ wide cockpit boarding door on starboard side. Fiberglass
door with ss hinges and composite locking handle to make boarding and disembarking easier. Door swings inward toward cockpit. Life line gate with pelican hook.
- Lazarette – Large locker aft of engine room below cockpit sole. Full width bonded bulkhead with limber hole drains to bilge. Access to steering system and engine muffler and exhaust. Propane locker extends from cockpit sole into lazarette space. Inverter and hot water heater located in lazarette. Optional air conditioner compressors are installed in lazarette.
- Lazarette hatch has two twist lock handles and is supported in open position by spring lift struts. Large enough to permit easy access to this area for inspection and maintenance.
- Propane locker with twist lock handle opening hatch in cockpit sole. Locker is vented overboard and contains two 10 pound propane bottles.
- Beautiful varnished teak caprail on transom.
Chrome bronze ensign socket on caprail and varnished teak ensign staff.
- Aft deck rail is 1.25″diameter stainless steel.
Shore power inlet and TV / phone inlet located aft starboard
side of house.
- Recessed fuel fills with caps and vents in same area. Located
on aft house outboard port and starboard.
- Stainless steel inspection plate access for emergency tiller.
Aft deck lockers port and starboard side with vents.
- Fresh water wash down bib located in port deck locker.
- 21″ wide transom door from cockpit to swim platform. Door is fiberglass with stainless steel hinges and composite lock handle.
- Door swings inward to cockpit. Lifeline gate with pelican hook.
- Swim platform has molded in non-skid pattern.
- Stainless steel hinged swim ladder mounted to port side of swim platform. Stows in up postion against hull stern.
- Access to boat deck is via the mast which has folding
aluminum steps and ladder rungs to simplify climbing.
- One stainless steel pad eye mounted centerline forward on
boat deck with vinyl coated wire tie to position mast into visor cutaway and prevent mast from inadvertently leaning forward.
- (2) stainless steel pad eyes mounted aft on boat deck for securing boom bridle.
- Boom bridle (vinyl covered wire with ss-ring and snaps) for dead ending boom lift hook when dinghy is launched and for securing wire hook when raising/lowering mast.
- Optional Lewmar hatch in forward boat deck (available at time
- Boat deck supported by (4) 1-1/2″ stainless steel uprights.
SPARS AND RIGGING
- Custom Forespar aluminum mast and boom finished with white linear polyurethane paint. Mast is stepped on stainless steel hinge plate with attached mast sleeve assembly support that allows rig to be pivoted forward for low bridges and to assist in decommissioning for transportation. Integral through deck cable/wire standpipe.
- Mast is section #181 with Awlgrip “New Hatteras White” finish.
- (2) PVC conduits in mast. One for lighting wires and one
installed for optional radar.
- 1 sheave aft, lug forward masthead assembly with Hella
#2492 32 pt. anchor light on top.
- Forespar ML-1 light mounted aft side of mast head to illuminate boat deck.
- Mast stabilizer lugs port and starboard, reach by hand from
boat deck and stabilizer lines.
- (4) Folding steps for boat deck access are painted white.
- (2) Forward tending struts (2″ diameter round aluminum painted) with radius joints at top ends to easily maneuver when released.
- Jaws at lower ends of struts to secure them to deck via clevis pins which attach to custom aluminum welded base plates.
- Cross bar and brackets to support forward tending struts
- Perko #1331 20 pt. steaming light.
- Aluminum radar platform designed to support up to a 4′ open
- Radar platform comes with mounting screws for easy assembly
- Radar platform has a forward extension to support the mast on the foredeck when it is lowered forward.
- Perko #280 sealed beam light mounted beneath radar mount
to illuminate foredeck.
- Halyard exit is internal with faired slot and rub bar. One halyard with shackle included.
- Gate with sail stop included. Mast section has integral sail
- Welded lug aft on mast just above boat deck level for retaining pendant.
- Hand access plate just above mast step for easy access to
- Mast ladder mounted on mast
- Optional crows available at time of order.
- Boom section is round aluminum section with Awlgrip “New Hatteras White” finish.
- Fixed gooseneck mount on mast.
- Welded endplate at outboard end of boom with farshackle attachment point.
- Rule V20 electric boom winches with 50′ of stainless steel 1 x 19 wire. Controlled by dial end fittings on boom winches. Winches are mounted to welded boxes on boom.
- Two padeyes on the boat deck connect a boom bridle (wire
with ss ring) which is used to position the boom along centerline.
- (2) Schaefer stainless steel blocks shackled to outboard end of boom.
- Muir VRC2500-A Atlantic series with vertical capstan and 5/16″ rope/chain gypsy self feeds to chain locker through integral
chain pipe. 12 volt system connected to house batteries and
has separate breaker. On deck two foot button switches engage windlass in both directions as does remote at helm station. Manual override feature with winch handle.