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86' 2008 Nordhavn 86 - US$6,750,000
Pacific Asian Enterprises
Call: (206) 223-3624
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|Beam||24 ft||Max Draft||7 ft 6 in|
|Engine Make||Detroit||Engine Model||MTU Series 60|
|Fuel Capacity||7455 gal||Length Overall||86 ft 7 in|
|Holding Tank Size||250 gal||Water Capacity||900 gal|
|Engine Hours||925||Number of Engines||2|
Aurora is actively for sale as her owners anticipate the arrival of their new – fourth – Nordhavn.
She has the very attractive qualities of easy maneuverability and interior living accommodations so that she can be handled by an owner operator or provide for a crew. Her specifications include diesel heat and other features for higher latitudes as well as the tropics, and an Atlas power system for worldwide cruising. The outboard profile shows both brute and majestic traits.
Twin 600hp Detroit Series 60 diesel engines provide plenty of power. The shafts are supported by twin skegs, and the propellers are in aperture formed by the skegs and skeg mounted rudders, which result in quick and positive steering response. She also has a bulbous bow. With all of the measures that Nordhavn incorporates into the construction Aurora is a delight to run.
The interior is warmly appointed, but remains flexible to suit the desires of future owners. There are comfortable sleeping accommodations for six, plus a double bed in the captain’s cabin on the pilothouse deck, and crew accommodations for up to four aft on the lower deck.
The nav/com electronics complement is outstanding and includes KVH V7 satcom and Currents night vision system.
The exterior has been beautifully maintained, and she has been kept inside a boathouse since delivery. The main decks, pilothouse decks, and flybridge deck are all teak planked. The foredeck is all fiberglass with a molded-in gray non-skid pattern.
**Canadian duty paid**
The general layout includes port and starboard weather decks and an aft cockpit that surround the superstructure and interior. The main deck interior includes – from aft forward – the salon, dining area, bar, galley, and master cabin.
The salon area is large and open with built-in sofa settee on the starboard side and storage and video screen on the port side. There is a long settee on the starboard side of the salon, which faces the video screen on a lift to port. There is locker storage all around the salon. Two Ekornes Stressless chairs with ottomans that can be positioned anywhere in the salon.
Next forward is the dining area with seating for ten at a custom table with compass rose inlay. Forward in the dining area is a granite topped serving counter. There is generous storage forward and outboard to port. The lighting in the dining area can be adjusted between three different circuits, two of them with dimmers. There are two accesses from the galley to the dining area – one from an inboard door, and one from an outboard door, through the passageway that also connects the port side deck, rendering it as a perfect crew access point.
Immediately to starboard is the bar area with granite topped counter and chair seating. The bar is fitted with a sink, wine refrigerator, refrigerator, and one of two Miele espresso machines and cup warmers onboard.
The teak and spruce sole is covered with neutral toned bound-edge carpet cut to reveal the wood sole at its edges.
There is a day head forward of the bar area.
Forward of the dining area is the full service galley. The galley is visually separate from the dining and salon areas. There is a door for access inboard and there is also crew access outboard to port from the side deck or from the dining area. Both accesses to port share a hall from the side deck.
The counter tops are grey granite and the floor is matching polished granite tile. There is plenty of work space for staff or the most enthusiastic cook.
There is also a large pantry in addition to the copious storage throughout the galley.
The counter tops are gray granite.
The master stateroom located forward of the salon, dining and galley areas, and has all the features of a quiet retreat. It extends full beam with a king size bed with custom linens and upholstered headboard. To port is a desk. There is an abundance of organized storage space in shelves, drawers, and lockers.
Six opening ports and three large deck hatches with screens and shades provide natural light and ventilation when desired.
The teak and spruce sole is covered with a bound edge carpet.
The port and starboard guest staterooms, each with ensuite bath, are located aft of the landing for the stairs from the main deck. Forward of the landing is the utility room. Also at the landing is a large pantry or linen closet.
Port Guest Stateroom
The beds may be used as singles or joined together to make a centerline double. Other features:
Starboard Guest Stateroom
The beds may be used as singles or joined together to make a centerline double. Other features:
The utility/laundry room is located forward of the landing at the base of the stairs down from the salon/dining area. Features:
The engine room is bright and well organized. It is accessed via the steps down to the lower deck from the port side of the cockpit. In addition to the engines, the primary generator, tempered water units, Kabola heating system boiler, hydraulic system reservoirs, work bench, tool chest and electrical panels are all accommodated with easy maintenance access to each.
There is an air handler for the tempered water system overhead.
Located on the lower deck just aft of the engine room and forward of the lazarette, the crew quarters can accommodate up to four, with three fixed and one pipe berth. Primary access to the crew quarters is through a door just to port of the aft salon door, though it may also be accessed from the lazarette.
There is a head with separate stall shower ensuite to the crew quarters. Locker and drawer space is ample. There are two opening ports.
The lazarette is voluminous and easily accommodates the watermaker, Atlas power conversion unit, and other mechanical and electrical components, while still providing significant storage volume.
The pilothouse is often he central gathering place while underway, and Aurora’s accommodations are exceptionally comfortable.
Stidd fully adjustable helm chairs (2ea.)
The captain’s cabin entry is from the pilothouse through a door on the port side. It has a double bed with custom mattress, good storage capacity and a head ensuite. There are large windows with dark curtains that raise into the valences. A TV screen is mounted on the bulkhead forward.
The adjoining head is appointed as all of the other head/baths onboard, with stone countertops, tile floors, and Grohe fixtures.
With the appliances in the foyer, ensuite head, and proximity to the pilothouse dinette, the captain’s cabin is set up to be a very convenient, self-sufficient environment.
The foyer runs aft from the starboard side of the pilothouse to the sky lounge and includes a wet bar, storage, and steps up to the flybridge. Features of the foyer include the following:
At the aft end of the foyer the sky lounge stretches the full beam of the pilothouse deck interior. An L-shaped sofa extends along its forward bulkhead outboard and aft on the port side. The is a video screen on the aft bulkhead.
A set of two doors opens wide onto the aft pilothouse lounge deck.
The lounge deck is teak planked and has room for lounge chairs. There is a stairway down to the cockpit below, and also joins the side decks that extend forward to the Portuguese bridge.
The port and starboard wing control stations are under hinged covers. Contained in each station are the engine controls, thruster controls, Kobelt steering lever, analog rudder angle indicator, engine start and stop and horn buttons.
There is also storage space within the Portuguese bridge bulwark. A tank, pump and hose for tender fueling are installed in the starboard of the two lockers.
A door through the bulwark on a pantograph hinge allows access to the foredeck.
The flybridge is accessed from the foyer/sky lounge area. It has many features, that include an especially nice, beautifully crafted enclosure mounted to the hard top that extends the season and conditions for comfortable use of the flybridge. The deck is teak planked.
Forward is the upper control station with two Furuno screens, autopilot control panel, B&G H1000 wind instruments and multi-display, VHF radio, windlass control/chain counters, thruster controls and Kobelt steering lever. There are also two Stidd helmchairs.
To port is a dinette, and just aft on the centerline, the companionway access from the sky lounge is surrounded by a bar area with sink and refrigerator.
Aft of the bar area is a platform with Jacuzzi spa.
Nordhavn fuel systems are designed for reliability and ease of use. They have been tested over many millions of cumulative miles of long, and often, transoceanic passagemaking. The system is made up of the following:
Four fiberglass fuel tanks – two in the engine room and two forward – for a total of 7000 gallons. Each tank has a man-sized access port and removable interior baffles for full maintenance access.
|The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.|
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