Nordhavn’s new entry level passagemaker is in the home stretch of construction, with a ship date just weeks away. This week, focus is on installation of all fixed and built-in furniture. Factory photos taken last week depict the current progress. “We are really happy with the quality we’ve seen,” said Project Manager Drew Leishman who inspected the boat at the Avyalik, Turkey-based shipyard last month. “It’s going to be a great boat.”
The Nordhavn 41 has caused excitement since PAE announced it last year as the replacement for the venerable Nordhavn 40. Buyers responded with eight hulls already committed for purchase. The first boat will be shipped to the U.S. East Coast and is slated to debut at the Newport International Boat Show and U.S. Powerboat Show this fall.
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Hello,it seems that the new 41 will be semidisplacenent boat with two engines. Is this because of the competition from Flemming ?
It should nice to see twhen she is ready to sail.
Hello, according to published numbers new 41 is a full displacement boat, not a semi, and, while Flemming 55 has a 2000 range, she should have one of more than 3000 (I hope)
Best regards Piero
Looks Great, Cant wait to see it.
Am very interested in the new 41. Please send info to email@example.com. Thank you
Great boat can we know more details about the engine room?
Great looking Boat! Can’t wait to see her completed!
Great Boat. I can’t wait. What would be the price and how far will she go on a single tank?
Pretty girl…looking forward to seeing the sea trial stats and photos.