July 14, 2020

New Model: Nordhavn 41

Pacific Asian Enterprises, Inc. announces the launch of the first Nordhavn 41. Hull #1 splashed in the Aegean Sea last week and will commence with seatrials this week. She will undergo other testing before being prepared to ship in mid-July. The first hull will be delivered to her buyer in the northeast U.S.  Currently 14 the of the first 20 hulls have been reserved, sight unseen, pointing to the design’s broad appeal. What’s more, the boat is drawing on a truly international base with buyers coming from all over the globe including America, Turkey, Denmark, South Africa and Australia. Additionally, of the first five hulls completed, two will cruise right out of Turkey, taking advantage of Nordhavn’s offer to allow buyers to spend time cruising the Mediterranean before shipping the boat to their home port, with Nordhavn handling shipping logistics.  Upon the Nordhavn’s 41 arrival to the East coast, the Nordhavn’s vice president Jim Leishman and Chief of Design Jeff Leishman, will fly from CA to inspect her.  The Nordhavn 41 is the smallest boat in ocean-crossing line-up. She has a range of three thousand nautical miles and an anticipated cruise speed of around seven knots. She succeeds the N40, Nordhavn’s previous smallest couple’s passage maker, of which 69 hulls were built. The Nordhavn 40 is celebrated for setting the world record for fastest circumnavigation made by a production power boat. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 12.60 m (41.4ft)
Waterline Length - 12.1 m
Beam - 4.24 m
Draft - 1.38 m
Displacement - 19.5 t
Fuel Capacity - 3407 l
Water Capacity - 1136 l
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins, or two berths in cabins
Engines - 2 x Betamarine 85T Kubota V3307 83hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 9 knots max, 8 knots cruise, 6 knots long range
Range - 3130 nm at eight knots, 6750 nm at six knots
Construction -  resin infusion with Metyx brand multiaxial fiberglass and Vinilester resin
Project - Vripack
Certification - CE A

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