By Staff Writer
Nordhavn has gained a reputation for being one of the most reliable long-distance deepwater boats capable of traveling from the shores of North America to Europe or Africa. Now, Pacific Asian Enterprises has introduced the Nordhavn 35. It’s the company’s first boat built for coastal cruising, but features the same hull quality and attention to detail that have gone into the offshore models.
With its wheelhouse aft, the Nordhavn 35 is one of the saltier looking powerboats on the market. It has a cruising range of nearly 2,000 miles, so it’s able to work its way through the waters around Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, the Caribbean, or Alaska’s Inside Passage. It’s also a boat that’s low enough to be easily put on a truck and hauled to any shore.
The Nordhavn 35 includes plenty of space on the foredeck or from behind the wheelhouse for relaxing and watching the shore go by. Belowdecks are a master stateroom and a double berth for guests. There are also a head with a shower and a galley with a refrigerator, a freezer, an oven, a stove, and a microwave – all that you would need for a long-distance coastal cruise.