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2016 Northwest 103

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Make Northwest
Model 103
Year 2016
Condition New
Price Request Price
Type Power
Class Trawler
Length 103 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Steel
Location United States
LOA 103 ft 9 in
Length at Water Line 93 ft 11 in
Beam 25 ft 7 in
Max Draft 7 ft 8 in
Displacement (Half Load) 613000 lb
Cabins 5
Double Berths 3
Heads 8
Fuel Tanks 1 x 12000 gal (UK)
Fresh Water Tanks 1 x 1900 gal (UK)
Holding Tanks 1 x 1150 gal (UK)


Northwest trawlers and expedition yachts are designed to put you in charge of your journey. The NW103 is a state-of-the-art vessel engineered to thrive in the demanding environment of oceans anywhere. With cutting edge construction methods, an extensive list of standard features, these modern trawlers provide the serious cruiser with a self-sufficient and comfortable cruising lifestyle. If you're ready to alter course and find some adventure, please feel free to call for more information.

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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.




  • Topside Shell plating….  5/16"  top sides
  • Bottom Shell plating…..   3/8”   hull bottom
  • Weather Deck plating…. 1/4"
  • Interior Deck plating…… 1/4”
  • Keel….1" x 9" (min) full length
  • Frames, Transverse…. 5" x 3 1/4" x 1/4"
  • Bulkhead plate…. 1/4"
  • Bulkhead stiffeners…. 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 1/4"
  • Tanks….1/4"


  • House Shell Plating….  1” Core – 1/4"  FRP Shell
  • Deck …. 2  1/4" Core– 1/4"  FRP Shell 
  • Frames, Transverse…. 5" x 3" x 1/4" Hat Frames
  • Frames, Longitudinal…. 3" x 3" x 1/4" Hat Frames
  • Bulkhead plate…. 2  1/4" Core– 3/16"  FRP Shell 
  • Bulkhead stiffeners…. 3" x 2" x 3/16" Hat Frames


 Watertight integrity for the following;

  • Chain locker bulkhead
  • Crew to Guest Areas
  • Guest to Owner’s Areas
  • Forward engine room bulkhead
  • Aft engine room bulkhead
  • All weather decks
  • Saloon deck and superstructure


  • All forward facing pilot house windows are steel frames with insulation gaskets, 3/4" tempered glass.
  • All other windows and Portlights are 1/2" clear safety glass in steel frames with insulation gaskets.
  • Weather tight doors.



  • Twin  C-32A Series Caterpillar  (750 s.h.p. ea) @ 1800 rpm (Cont. Duty)
  • Transmission  Twin Disc MG5114  4.5:1 reduction
  • Vibration mounts on main engines
  • Mechanical  control cables for engines
  • Each diesel, main and generator, engine to have a "dedicated" battery for starting
  • Dual "Raycor" fuel filters on fuel transfer pump system
  • Dual "Raycor" fuel filters between day tank and main engine
  • Single "Raycor" between day tank and generators
  • Full engine instrumentation in engine room, mechanical gauges
  • Full engine instrumentation in pilothouse, electronic style
  • Oil drip pan under engine


  • Stern tubes with "dripless" type stuffing box.
  • Sea chest for sea water supply, P&S pickups.
  • Three (3) 80 gal electric hot (domestic style) water heater with auxiliary heating drawn from engine exhaust.
  • Fresh water system, integral, coated with sanitary paint system.
  • Engine room air supply blower.
  • Engine room air exhaust blower.
  • Inlet mist eliminator on all inlet vents.
  • Aluminum perforated metal engine room covering, all surfaces.
  • Tread floor plates, set into sole framing system.
  • Workbench with drawers and bench vice.
  • Automatic fire suppression system – Fireboy.
  • Fluorescent engine room lights.
  • 24 volt ships house battery bank.
  • Main AC/DC distribution panel with magnetic breakers.
  • Noise insulation on tanks, bulkheads and overhead.
  • TRAC or Quantum active fin stabilizers.
  • Air conditioning system, chilled water type system reverse cycle.
  • All plumbing (hydraulic, water, fuel sewerage, etc.) color coded.
  • Provision for later installation of auxiliary diesel heating furnace.
  • Reverse osmosis watermaker.


  • 6" x 12" zinc anodes, Number TBD
  • 4" stainless steel Aquamet 22 propeller shafts.
  • Stainless Steel propellers, 4 blade, class S,
  • Bronze Spare propellers, 4 blade.
  • Two coats of antifouling bottom paint.
  • Keel plate on bottom of keel, 9” x 1”.
  • Dual  55 kw (1800 rpm) Northern Lights generator, w/sound shield
  • Fiberglass lagging on exhaust
  • Vibration mounts on generators
  • Generator to have a dedicated battery for starting
  • Dual "Raycor" fuel filters on 55 kw generators
  • Mechanical gauges for all generators in engine room
  • Electrical gauges in pilothouse for all generators
  • 12 kw Northern Lights generator w/sound shield



  • Steering system closed hydraulic system, with power assist
  • Bronze rudder port, stuffing box
  • Rudder stainless steel, split type, foil section
  • Emergency tiller, rudder stock with squared end for tiller


  • Two DC driven fresh water pumps,
  • Salt water wash down pump
  • Pump for fuel transfer DC
  • Bronze sea strainers for all sea water pump suctions
  • Auto electrical bilge pump in all bilge compartments, all connected to an alarm, light and sound
  • 650 gal. sewage holding tank with pump out
  • 400 gal. gray water tank with pump out
  • All showers, sinks and washer drain to gray water tank with Y valve for direct overboard discharge
  • Hot and cold fresh water shower in cockpit



  • Twin hydraulic windlass (vertical type) 6,000 lb class with both chain (3/4”) and rope gypsies, sized for appropriate storm anchor with remote control switch and manual back up. 
  • Twin bow rollers
  • Windlass set into "mud" type raised platform
  • Twin 300 pound  anchors with  600' of 3/4” BBB or High Test chain and second rode of 300' of 1” nylon line
  • Stowage for spare anchors, chains and nylon line in divided chain locker with overboard drain.
  • Manhole to forward chain compartment
  • Lifelines 2" with S/S cap rails welded to deck
  • Stainless steel bow pulpit 2" OD
  • Stowage locker
  • Stainless steel double bollards, designed and built for being towed, port, stbd and centerline aft of windlass
  • Shore power outlet
  • Deck drains
  • Non-skid deck surface
  • Stainless steel bow roller with two anchor rollers
  • Fresh water wash down for chain/cable at roller location
  • Salt water wash down spigot
  • Fresh water spigot
  • Exterior watertight deck lighting
  • Forward escape hatch over main stateroom with dual hinge system and opaque port light


  • Structural dodger, "Portuguese style"
  • Two storage compartments under dodger, alcove type locker
  • Stainless steel hawser cleats
  • Exterior watertight deck lighting built into bulwarks
  • Hinged bulwark doors port and starboard


  • FRP spar mast.
  • USCG approved navigation lights.
  • Dual radar mounts open array antenna.
  • Antenna mounts for OFE electronics (expect to have 2 VHF radios, 1 SSB, GPS, DGPS, loud hailer horn, AM/FM radio.
  • Four 250 watt Halogen deck lights.
  • Flag halyards port and stbd.


  • Steering station with stainless steel "destroyer type" wheel, mechanical steering, appropriate instrumentation and mounts for OFE electronics
  • Single lever engine control for main engines.
  • Other instrument as needed.
  • Pilot chair, two.
  • Propane tank locker for dual 30 lb cylinder system.
  • Deck drains
  • Non-skid deck surface
  • Exterior watertight deck lighting built into bulwarks
  • Stainless steel cleats
  • Cradle for tender
  • Provision for mounting two life raft canisters.
  • Hatch for access to cockpit deck.
  • Two 8 man offshore life rafts


  • Deck drains each side.
  • Freeing port scuppers to ABS standards.
  • Non-skid surface on deck.
  • Stainless steel cleats and bollards.
  • Steps to pilothouse deck.
  • Fuel, water, fills and holding and gray water pump out fittings on deck.
  • Exterior watertight deck lighting built in to bulwarks.
  • Handrails along port side walkway as required.


  • One water tight hatch to lazarrette
  • Stern boarding door
  • Fresh water wash down spigot
  • Salt water wash down outlet
  • Hot and cold water shower
  • Freeing ports each port and starboard
  • Two s/s/ bollards, suitable for towing
  • Four hawse hole locations
  • Exterior watertight deck lighting built into bulwarks
  • Shore power outlet
  • Non-skid deck surface
  • Aft swim ladder
  • Stern 95' Danforth anchor with 300' 3/4" nylon line.
  • Stainless steel ladder starboard side for access through hatch to upper boat deck.



  •  Wood: - TBD
  • Counter tops: Granite.
  • Wood finish:  TBD
  • Style: - TBD
  • All doors, drawers and cabinets to have positive latching mechanism
  • Drawers to have full extension, 150 lb. Capacity, ball bearing slide mechanisms
  • Galley countertops to have sea rails, other countertops to have sea rails as necessary
  • All lockers to have on off lighting where necessary.
  • All joinery to have toe space as necessary.
  • All cabins to have natural ventilation.


  • Windows 3/8 tinted tempered glass two opening, one stbd and one port
  • Watertight engine room access hatch
  • Sound insulation on access hatch, air/watertight design
  • AC and DC electric distribution panels
  • Recessed overhead AC/DC lights
  • 120 volt duplex outlets
  • Handrails built into overhead spaces
  • TV-stereo locker
  • Abandon ship locker, first aid locker within
  • Full run cabinetry on port side
  • Dining L shaped settee, convertible to double bed
  • High-low dining table fixed to deck
  • Indirect lighting in toe spaces as necessary
  • Indirect lighting in valence as necessary
  • Interior wall and overhead options-throughout - insulation, treatment, finish, etc


  • 36" 4 burner propane stove with oven/broiler
  • Overhead hood with exhaust fan, separate control
  • Dishwasher  under counter
  • Standard household size refrigerator/freezer with ice maker
  • Chest freezer with counter top between counter top and settee
  • Chrome fixtures
  • Stainless steel deep basin double sink
  • Garbage disposal
  • Overhead AC lighting
  • Indirect lighting in toe spaces as necessary
  • Indirect lighting in valence as necessary
  • Cabinets lockers
  • Hand rails
  • Searails built into the counter top


  • King size bed with storage under
  • Wardrobe locker
  • Overhead AC lighting
  • 120 volt duplex outlets
  • Design for lockers and cabinets to be discussed


  • Head, standard size TBD
  • Type 1 treatment system with Y valve for overboard discharge or holding tank discharge
  • Fiberglass shower enclosure, w FG pan Corian or ceramic tile as options
  • Safety plate glass door on shower
  • Vanity with storage drawers and lockers
  • Overhead AC lighting
  • Lighted mirror over vanity
  • Overhead exhaust fan, separate control
  • 120 volt duplex outlets
  • Towel racks
  • Handrails built into joinery work
  • Sink TBD


  • Single bunks convertible to double  with storage under, “Zop” style
  • Desk/bookcase unit
  • Wardrobe locker
  • Overhead AC lighting
  • Bulkhead bunk lights, AC
  • 120 volt duplex outlets
  • Alcove lockers port/starboard


  • Head, standard size TBD
  • Type 1 treatment system with Y valve for overboard discharge or holding tank discharge
  • Fiberglass shower enclosure, w FG pan Corian or ceramic tile as options
  • Safety plate glass door on shower
  • Vanity with storage drawers and lockers
  • Overhead AC lighting
  • Lighted mirror over vanity
  • 120 volt duplex outlets
  • Towel racks
  • Handrails built into joiner work
  • Sink TBD
  • Overhead exhaust fan, separate control


  • Handrails
  • Recessed lighting "red" night type at base of each tread
  • Built-in washer/dryer


  • Steering system, closed hydraulic system
  • Stainless steel “destroyer type” wheel
  • 6" compass
  • Instrument console
  • Baseboard hot water heating system from engine hot water
  • Single lever engine control for main engines
  • Full engine instrumentation electronic
  • Electric windshield wipers
  • Emergency battery with dedicated charging system for navigation and communication gear (Hart Freedom 10 inverter/charger OFE)
  • 120 volt duplex receptacles
  • chart table with chart drawers
  • Wet locker
  • Pilot bench seating
  • Chart table
  • Chart table gooseneck light
  • Radio table station
  • Drawers
  • Helm station cabinetry
  • Overhead console above forward windows
  • Upholstered settee on step above pilot house sole
  • Adjustable position settee table
  • Joiner work for OFE electronics
  • Pilot house doors Dutch Door design
  • Deck rubberized non skid surface
  • Shore power AC service, two 30 amp connections, telephone and TV inlet
  • Weather FAX
  • Lap top computer for nav programs
  • Auto pilot Robertson
  • ICOM VHF and SSB radios
  • Wind instruments
  • Twin Radars
  • GPS
  • Depth sounder
  • Forward/side searching sonar
  • Loud hailer with automatic fog horn - 2 way
  • Combination intercom/telephone system
  • TV, VCR, sound system owner supplied


 Weight, draft, freeboard and height are based on an estimate of model's displacement with largest engines available.  Weight is estimated with fuel, holding and freshwater tanks half filled.  Draft and freeboard are estimated with all tanks filled.  Heights are estimated with all tanks empty.  Actual figures will vary depending on production tolerances, equipment, supplies and stores on board, as well as operational and sea conditions.  Capacities of tanks are estimated to be total capacity of all tanks normally furnished in this model.  Usable capacities will vary depending on conditions.

 -- End of Specifications --

These preliminary specifications have been prepared to cover equipment and materials as accurately as possible.  Specifications are continually under review and subject to change without notice.

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