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Recently Launched: Nordhavn 63' Trawler

Discussion in 'Nordhavn News & Launches' started by YachtForums, Dec 1, 2010.

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  1. Nordhavn Launches 63' Trawler

    Back in October, Nordhavn launched the first hull of the 63-foot model. Coming on to the end of October, construction was reportedly nearing it's end. "She’s scheduled to be shipped shortly after; final commissioning will take place at our Stuart, Florida office.

    Project manager Mike Jensen, currently at the factory overseeing final details on the yacht, said he couldn’t be more thrilled with the final product: “She’s really a gorgeous looking yacht and I think will truly appeal to those buyers who yearn for the salty style of the original 46 and 62 Nordhavns but want all the features and modern touches of the newest generation of Nordhavns. I’m excited for people to see this boat.”

    The 63 is powered by the John Deere 6081AFM w/M3 rating of 330 HP @ 2,300 rpm, which is keel cooled to enable a dry stack exhaust. The transmission is a ZF ZFW320 with a 4 to 1 reduction gear. The Nordhavn 63 has a projected fuel capacity of 2,250 gallons contained in four main tanks and one aluminum “day tank” holding 31 gallons which will gravity feed from main wing tanks and center tank. As with all Nordhavns, a range of at least 3,000 nm is projected.

    The large open foredeck can support a tender as large as 17 feet and it comes standard with a Steelhead ES 1500 telescoping yacht crane with a 1500-lb. safe working load. While the 63 shares the same hull as the N55/60 designs, an entire new deck and engine room mold have been created for it, providing increased interior volume and added amenities.

    Two steps below the main salon you will find the master cabin near amidships on the port side. A walkaround bed facing athwart ships with two large ports creates a light and airy feeling in the cabin. The master head is designed to please the first mate. Opposite the master cabin on the starboard side is the day head which is convenient to the main salon and is complete with shower and opening ports for light and air. Forward to the bow is the guest cabin which rivals the master cabin with its port lights, a walkaround bed on center line, drawers and cedar lined closets for clothing storage.

    For more information:

    Nordhavn Yachts
    222 Narragansett Boulevard
    Portsmouth, Rhode Island, 02871

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