Nordhavn 52 2016 $1,750,000 usd for sale
2016 Nordhavn 52, hull #75,
Aleoli is an exceptional Nordhavn 52 that has been meticulously maintained. Aleoli is ready for world cruising or from Mexico to Alaska as the current owners have done. This is a rare opportunity as Aleoli represents the only highly desirable Nordhavn 52 on the West Coast!
Aleoli is equipped with a ASEA Shore Power converter to allow proper use of shore power connections outside of North America. Aleoli also has gorgeous teak decks not normally found of which make Aleoli stand out from all others.
Aleoli is not to be missed, if you are looking for a well equipped Nordhavn 52 ready for cruising, Aleoli should be at the top of your considerations.
*This is just a preliminary listing, additional details and specs to follow.*
If you want this trawler on the East Coast of the United States (or Canada), there are specialized ships that transport the boats via the Panama Canal to Florida.
This NORDHAVN 52 is located in Anacortes (Washington), please contact us at 514-521-1221 for all details about this Trawler NORDHAVN 52, our office is located in great Montreal area.
Ita Yachts Canada offers to assist you and see to your interests for the purchase of this yacht that is for sale by another organization. We will be present during the inspection and throughout the transaction regardless of location. The Ita Yachts Canada team is committed to the highest ethical standards.
The Nordhavn 47 is known as being a very large 47-foot boat and now P.A.E.’s designers have actually made it bigger by extending it by five feet. The Nordhavn 52, a slight evolution of its smaller sister, is quickly gaining popularity amongst buyers who love the interior space and offshore capability of the 47 but are looking for an updated look to their boat.
The N52 differs itself from the 47 with three central design modifications – each of which combines to make a sleeker and slightly more efficient boat. The most significant of these changes is a cockpit extension, which opens up the rear of the boat as well as elongates the yacht’s lines. But the benefits of added waterline length aren’t limited simply to aesthetics. The design team was able to work an extra (approximate) 200 gallons of fuel into the capacity of the boat’s tanks and in turn, bump up the range.
To coincide with the elongated cockpit, the upper level boat deck was lengthened by two feet – a move that serves a dual purpose: not only does this offset the cockpit extension, it enables a bigger tender to be carried on top. Completing the enhanced look is the re-configuration of the flybridge. A purely cosmetic change (no features have been added or altered), the newly-styled flybridge is now more integral with the boat deck and pilothouse roof.
John Deere 6068AFM75 – 266 HP @ 2,400 rpm
ZFW 220 3.96 to 1.00 Transmission
One (1) x 24 volt 175 amp Leese Neville large case alternator to charge house batteries. One (1) x 24 volt 40 amp small case alternator to charge starting batteries.
SAE “A” hydraulic pump drive, gear driven on timing cover
Port for transmission PTO SAE “B”, live drive system
Engine instrument panel: deluxe with instrumentation for oil pressure, water temperature, voltage, revolutions, hour meter, with alarms
Engine control levers Morse model #31001-001 Twin S
Control cables to be NW A5805, Glenndening Cable Co.
Fernstrum Grid Cooler – model #D848U-E1
Propeller shaft: 2-1/4″ (5.7 cm) A22HS
Taper details: standard S.A.E. taper
Propeller: 4-bladed bronze, 34″ diameter x 32″ pitch (86.4 cm d x 81.28 cm p) – left hand rotation
Stern tube: FRP
Bearings: rubber cutlass type at aft end
Stuffing Box: bronze
Fuel filters: Duplex 75-900 – Racor #75-900 Max30 plus engine mounted filter x one (1)
Dry Exhaust: 4″ (10.2 cm) diameter stainless steel
Flexible section: stainless steel “wrinkle belly”
In line muffler: Harco model #1242VCS4. Exhaust cap: stainless steel with slots to deter water
Exhaust to run to top of stack
Drain valve at turn of exhaust to drain off water while vessel is unattended
Exhaust sleeve blower Dayton 110 volt #2C647 x one (1)
Heat insulation material: entire exhaust system wrapped with custom exhaust blanket
Engine cooling system to be filled with suitable mixture of coolant/antifreeze to insure coolant does not freeze for winter shipment
Engine room floors: Gray – FRP with non-skid – no wood structure used within engine room
Engine room finish: Painted Gray and insulated with Technitron or equivalent fire proof foiled and leaded foam 2″ (5.08 cm) thick. All exposed insulated surfaces to be lined with perforated anodized aluminum sheets
Engine room blowers Dayton 110 volt #2C647 x two (2)
Stainless steel railing around engine
Generator: Northern lights 12 kw in sound shield 240 volt 60 Hz
Gen-sep exhaust system
24 volt start with two (2) 4D batteries
Centek water lift muffler
Exterior Deck Hardware (standard)
All horizontal surfaces on deck have a diamond pattern non-skid as shown in deck plan. Standard non-skid to be a contrasting color to parameter deck
Teak caprail across transom
Chocks for mooring lines:
* Transom: stainless steel with attached cleat – recessed x one (1)
* Transom sides: stainless steel with attached cleat – recessed x four (4)
* Amidships: stainless steel with attached cleat – recessed x two (2)
* Bow: stainless steel with attached cleat x two (2)
* Cleat: 12″ (30.5 cm) stainless steel cleat at bow x one (1)
Lower and upper rubrails FRP with a stainless steel cap – rub rails integral to hull
Ports: Oval 16″ x 7″ (40.6 cm x 17.8 cm) stainless steel ports in hull as shown on design with tempered glass – all hull ports to include stainless steel deadlights. Five (5) in hull – One (1) in galley. Six (6) total
Ports: Oval 28″ x 12″ (71.1 cm x 30.5 cm) Stainless steel ports in hull. Two (2) total in owner’s cabin port side. Ports to have Stailess steel removable dead lights.
Stainless steel double bow roller to accommodate a 110 lb (50 kg) Bruce or 105 lb (47.6 kg) CQR anchor on starboard roller and the port roller to be designed for a second light anchor or for mooring lines. Roller on starboard side to be slotted for chain and the port roller to be smooth for line – roller to be built per PAE design
Stainless steel stanchions around foredeck to be 1-1/4″ (3.2 cm) diameter. Pulpit to be 1-1/4″(3.2 cm) diameter
Stainless steel boat deck support stanchions in the cockpit to be 2″ (5.08 cm) diameter.
Windlass: A Maxwell 24 volt VWC 3500 windlass to be mounted on a molded FRP base with foot switches and remote control at wheel house helm.
Foredeck hatches to be Lewmar #Ocean 70 x one (1) and #Ocean 40 x two (2) with Lewmar insect screens.
One (1) Freeman #2442-0002 over chain locker.
Inline blower to provide forced ventilation from inside Portuguese Bridge to owner’s cabin x one (1)
Dorade vents at aft end of foredeck: molded FRP to service guest cabin x two (2)
Davit: Steelhead WD800 Yacht Crane, 8′ (2.4 m) reach, 24 volt
Windshield wipers: Imtra 2-speed with auto park RC524992 – use EX2108K parallel arm x four (4), with window wash system
Horn: Kahlenberg K-380, compressor/tank kit, and 12 volt solenoid valve
Transom door: opens outboard
Boat deck rail to be 1-1/4″ (3.2 cm) diameter
Deck box on foredeck to have hinged lids with latches and gas shocks and access doors from Portuguese Bridge
Two removable “U” shaped stanchions for swim step
Stainless steel swim ladder mounted on swim step
Stainless steel ladder into lazarette
Engine controls: Morse model #31001-001 Twin S with Glendenning A5805 control cables
Wheel: 16″ (40.6 cm) Stainless steel wheel with steering knob
Engine control panel, horn switch, windlass control
Settee with white vinyl cushions
Todd helm chair #1500-01D
Stainless steel ladder to boat deck
Venturi as shown on design
FRP exhaust stack per PAE design
Deck drains: (Per PAE deck plan)
Foredeck/ anchor well: Two (2) 2″ (5.08 cm) scupper drains through boot top P&S and two (2) aft at fwd end of P/B to drain through boot top P&S.
Side deck: Two (2) 2″ (5.08 cm) scupper one (1) mid and one (1) at the bottom of the stairs to P/B. Additionally there will be nine (9) large 14″ x 6″ (35.6 cm x 15.2 cm) freeing port with flaps to drain large amounts of water. Six (6) to starboard and three (3) to port
Cockpit: Four (4) 2″ (5.08 cm) scuppers, (2) aft port & stbd side, (1) forward port side, (1) mid stbd side.
Boat deck: One (1) 1″ x 6-1/2″ (2.54 cm x 16.51 cm) scupper Stbd side forward
Flybridge: Three (3) drainage holes with gutters draining to either port or stbd scuppers. Total (2) P&S & (1) center of settee
Side deck boarding door to be two piece. Top to hinge and fold up and over and bottom to open outboard. Use freeman “blind” dog set to secure door.
All exterior locker doors to use Diamond Seaglaze flush hatch dogs
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