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Nordhavn 46
Fly-Bridge model

$279.900. US

1999

File Number: PA5808

Listing Broker: Ernest Hamilton

Phone: 1-506-634-1672
1-888-560-6792

Location: New Brunswick

LOA: 45'9"

Beam: 15'4"

Draft: 5'5"

Displacement: 60,000#

1999 NORDHAVN 46 Fly-Bridge 

CANADIAN DUTY PAID Status

LOA: 45’9” LWL: 38’ 4” Beam: 15’4” Draft: 5’5” Displacement: 60,000.#

BUILDER: Pacific Asian Enterprises DESIGNER: Jeff Leishman

CONSTRUCTION: 

Pale blue fiberglass hull, white decks and deckhouses; raised pilothouse design with optional fly-bridge. The pilothouse has access doors to the Portuguese Bridge port and starboard; heavy rub-rails; asymmetric cabin arrangement with fore-and aft covered side deck on the starboard side. The deep cockpit is mostly covered by the boat deck. There is a substantial transom door to a swim platform. Welded stainless steel rails forward of the Portuguese Bridge the length of the vessel. Chain locker, forward; fiberglass deck box on the boat deck. The boat deck has a substantial aluminum mast, lifting boom and out-riggers with para-vanes for stability. There are two electric winches; spare set of para-vanes. There is a second taller mast forward with crows-nest.

ACCOMMODATIONS:

The pilothouse has an amidships helm, settee and anthwartships watch berth; new headliner in the pilot-house (2023). Access to the staterooms is via a companionway in the pilothouse on the starboard side.

Master stateroom is amidships, w/ walk-around double berth and ensuite head/shower area. The guest stateroom is forward w/ double berth to port and upper and lower berths to starboard. Generous storage below in drawers and lockers, and a head/shower compartment forward.

The salon/galley area is aft w/ direct access to the cockpit via a heavy sliding door.
The “asymmetrical” wide-body salon has a large L-shaped settee and Maple dining table to port, and generous settee to starboard.

The large galley is forward to port, w/ Corian countertops, Princess 3 burner electric stove with oven; GE Profile Performance microwave oven,  Summit commercial refrigerator and freezer; Ariston washer and dryer combination unit; Raritan ice-maker (not working).

The yacht has a 300 gallon fresh water capacity supplying hot and cold water to the two heads and the galley; new pressure pump. There is a Sea Recovery water-maker rated at 53 gallons/hr. (the owner has not used the water-maker and it may need attention); hot water heater (2022). She has two Raritan electric heads each is fitted to a 25 gallon holding tank with a ‘Y’ valve for overboard discharge. The after head has new plumbing and a ‘Y’ valve; new check-valve and mascerator pump. Each head has a shower, sink and vanity.

The yacht has teak bulkheads, teak and holly sole; vinyl headliner; tan ‘Ultra-Leather’ upholstery. She has 3 Cruisaire air-conditioning units (16,000 BTW each; 2 need repair) plus a 45,000 BTU Hurricane hot-water diesel furnace with new circulating pump.

ENGINES: 

1999 Lugger model #LP668D, naturally aspirated; 6 cylinder; John Deere block; cruising speed: 8 kts.; hour meter showing 5,489 to the time of listing; dry stack exhaust with keel-cooler, fresh-water cooling; new exhaust silencer w/ heat blanket (2022); 2” propeller shaft; Twin Disc model #5050 transmission with a 3:1 reduction gear. There is a 1999 Yanmar 3GM30F wing ‘get-home’ engine with a dedicated shaft and folding propeller; fresh water cooling; hour meter showing 82 operating hours; Racor R25S filter; new alternator on the wing engine (2023). The wing-engine alternator will now charge the house battery system. There is an ABT bow thruster; new continuous duty engine room blower with temperature control and monitor The yacht has a 1,000 gallon fuel capacity in FIBERGLASS tanks; 2 Racor 75/900 series fuel filters in parallel; 2 fuel transfer pumps, one with fuel polisher (new kit on the Groco pump).

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: The yacht has 12 and 24 volt DC systems and a 110 volt AC system. The 110 volt system is supplied with by shore-power connection or via an 8 KW Northern Lights auxiliary generator in a hush box w/ new sea-water pump and fuel pump. There is 3425 hours on the generator at the time of listing. There are 4D & 8D lead/acid batteries in 4 banks: house, main engine, take-home engine; generator and bow-thruster. The house system batteries are new; as is the main engine starting battery (2022). There are circuit breaker panels for all systems;  960 watt solar panels; LED lights in all fixtures; Trace Engineering model SW2512 Inverter.

ELECTRONICS: 

Icom VHF model #IC-M412; Sailor VHF & loud hailer; 2 (recent) Furuno RADARS: #DRS6A-X Class; and X-DRS4D-NXT; 3 (recent) Furuno 12” multi-function displays with charting system, model TZ Touch 2 w/ Ethernet capability; WRX 220 weather sensor; 2 Robertson Autopilots w/ new compass and rudder feed-back;  B&G Hydra System: depth speed and log; Depth sounders integrated in the Furuno displays; 2 Ritchie compasses; AIS transmitter and receiver; 2 Dynex televisions; Kenwood stereo system; Garmin GPS Map 740.

GENERAL: 

Northstar 70# anchor with 300’ of galvanized chain; spare anchor and rode; Maxwell #3500 electric anchor windless with pilot-house and foredeck controls; dock-lines and fenders; Marineco SPL wireless search light; Whale Gusher 320 electric bilge pump; high-water electric bilge pump with alarm; manual bilge pump; 6 man canister life-raft (needs repacking).

SPARE PARTS: 

2- electric winches for the dinghy crane; 155 amp Alternator for the main engine; set of new main engine injectors; set of new glow-plugs and injectors for the generator; Johnson circulating pump and nozzle and control parts for the hot-water heating system; 65 amp Alternator for the wing engine; msc. gaskets & engine parts; blower for the engine room; bow roller; Groco vented loop for a head.

PARTICULARAS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARRANTED.

BROKER’S COMMENT: This yacht is a rarity in Eastern Canada. Nordhavn yachts are designed for long range and self-sufficiency. The N46 is the model that popularized the brand, and it has a pretty, easily driven hull. This yacht has crossed the Atlantic. While this yacht is ready to cruise, the current owner has started to lavish the TLC needed when he bought her; some more is needed.

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