Nordhavn has taken what it does best, building long-range luxury expedition yachts, and incorporated all the fishing features and rigging found on tournament sportfishers to create a yacht that can truly go after any fish in the world. An enormous fishing cockpit, dual 60-gallon baitwells, a 35-cubic-foot deep freeze, plentiful gear and tackle storage and all the rod holders and rigging a deep-sea angler could ever want top a long list of fishing features.
The N75 EYF is safer in rough weather when sea conditions force a slower running speed, which is always a major downside to the typical small rudders found on sportfishers (the N75 EYF's standard stabilizers also promise a comfortable ride in rough seas). Additionally, the EYF's 22 -foot four-inch beam permits a new Nordhavn standard feature: twin engines. A single screw is not an option. The N75 EYF sports Detroit Series 60 diesels and a cruising-speed fuel burn of 12 to 15 gallons per hour - a trickle compared to a typical sportfisher built for nothing but speed with noisy behemoth diesels guzzling 100 to 200 gallons or more per hour. Why not trade expensive high speed for high efficiency, quiet comfort, four-star luxury and the ability to explore the world's premier fishing spots at your own pace?
Another heavy advantage over typical sportfishers is there is no weight penalty for all the equipment and furnishings that make life grand. Dive equipment, jetskis, granite countertops, you name it - the N75 EYF's full displacement hull allows you to load up with everything you need for fishing adventures that last for months, not hours.
|Beam||22 ft 4 in||Max Draft||7 ft 6 in|
|Dry Weight||260000 lb||Hull Material||Fiberglass|
|Hull Shape||Displacement||Fuel Capacity||4540 gal|
|Length at Waterline||66 ft 8 in||Water Capacity||600 gal|