With numerous new boat contracts in hand and Hull #1 slated to debut at the 2020 Dusseldorf Boat Show, things are certainly heating up on Nordhavn’s newest and smallest passagemaker. Work continues to hum along on the first hull which was released from the mold just weeks ago, while Hull #2 is currently being laid up.
Additionally, Project Manager Drew Leishman confirmed that the deck plug is now finished and the deck of 41#01 is being molded. It’s swift progress and keeps the project on a track that will see the first five hulls completed by spring.
“We’re really excited about this boat,” said Nordhavn vice president Jim Leishman. “We have had an incredible response and expect our first group of five boats to be sold out soon.” It’s not surprising given the goal to incentivize pricing on the first five hulls.
The N41 provides a modern twist to the typical expedition Nordhavn. This new Nordhavn is a game changer for couples who want to cruise with live aboard accommodations and unlimited capability.
“We expect people will be blown away by this boat when they see her in person for the first time,” said Jim Leishman.
Stay posted to the calendar page for the details on Nordhavn’s exhibit at the Dusseldorf Boat Show.
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What is range of prices for the 41?
hi interested in the price point on the Nordhaven 41 and waiting period on a new order.
I’m looking forward to see Hull #1 at 2020 Düsseldorf Boat Show!
Hi what’s the price range of the 41, I have emailed once before with no luck.
When can we expect to see the N41 on the west coast for viewing.
For many, this will be a great boat. I’m happy to see Nordhavn re-introduce a smaller trawler.
Love the full keel and twin engines.
This boat wouldn’t be my cup-of-tea for the following reasons:
– There is no galley counter to either side of the sink. This might seem trivial, but when galley cleanup is multiple times per day, it’s not that trivial.
– Galley counter space overall is very limited. Put out a coffee maker and a toaster, and there is very limited serving or preparation spaces.
– The big one for me is the lack of flybridge. I realize that this boat is designed with a cruising couple in mind, but I find regardless of whether cruising or day boating, having a crowd in the open air is the only way to go.
I know every boat is a compromise, and the comprises are more significant as the LOA decreases. I’m sure this boat will be a great success for Nordhavn.