Model: Nordhavn 60
Hull No: 75
Sales Office: Nordhavn Yachts Northwest, Seattle, WA
Salesman: Don Kohlmann
Project Manager: Mike Jensen
Factory: South Coast Marine
Shipping Port: San Diego, CA
Commissioning Location: Dana Point, CA
Flybridge or Non-Flybridge:
Flybridge with settee, two Stidd helm chairs, stbd FRP seat, and aft “rumble” seat built into the railing
Single or Twin Engines:
Single – John Deere #6090AFM85 w/ M2 rating @ 325HP @2200rpm with John Deere #4045TFM85, 100HP @ 2400 RPM “wing engine”
Layout: Customized with larger utility room, raised double bunk with increased storage area beneath. Salon dinette table is mounted on an electric telescoping pedestal allowing it to be used for additional sleeping space. Walk through hallway layout with full width wheelhouse.
Owner’s Residence: Mill Valley, California
Customer’s Cruising Plans: Initialing cruising in Baja, then running up to the Pacific Northwest, and up into Alaska.
Notes about this boat:
The owners are experienced boat owners and cruisers, and came to Nordhavn with some unique ideas for interior functionality.
The electronics are Garmin based, and provided by Alcom Marine Electronics.
Additional Details & Customization:
Owner’s cabin to port, bunk cabin to stbd, and guest cabin forward
The bulkhead and door between the pilothouse and the pilothouse cabin has been deleted with a raised berth built-in behind the settee
Standard joinery work with light colored teak and clear satin finish
Caesarstone countertops in the galley and heads with teak and spruce flooring in lieu of tiles
‘Arctic’ Ultraleather for salon and pilothouse settees
GE “Café” series gas cooktop and convection oven in lieu of the standard
Additional Stidd helm chair installed in the pilothouse
American Bow Thruster #250 TRAC Digital active fin stabilizers with “STAR” at rest stabilization ran off the 20kw Northern Lights gen set – includes 7.5 x fins
CRUISAIR remote compressor air con system with aux heat
Olympia diesel heating system
Mathers controls in wheelhouse, flybridge, stbd bridge, and cockpit
Additional Northern Lights generator 9kw at 60hz installed in the lazarette – M773 LW3
Spectra Newport 1000 MK II watermaker with MPC5000 controller
Enlarged utility room with forward fuel tanks and black, grey, and water tanks moved fwd, like the N63
Extended ES1100 (1100 pound capacity) – 11’ retracted/16’ extended Steelhead davit installed on the stbd side of the boat deck in lieu of the standard ES1500
Swim step extension
FRP finish on the exterior cockpit caprail in lieu of the standard teak cap
Custom boat deck length to open up the cockpit for fishing
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I have a question for you if you have a second. Are vertical tank air compressors better than horizontal tanks? From what I’ve been told the vertical tanks can hold more air. I appreciate the response.
A vertical and horizontal air compressor will hold the same amount of air. One is not necessarily better than the other. The main difference is their composition and the horizontal design would just take up more floor space, and the vertical design would obviously be taller.
Would like to see more pics or a video if possible