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Nordhavn 52

Fabricado por:

Pacific Asian

Box 874
At the Harbor
Dana Point, CA, 92629
Estados Unidos
(949) 496-4848

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Marca Nordhavn
Tipo 52
Construcción 2023
Estado del barco Nuevo
Precio A demanda
Clase de oferta Motor
Categoría Trawler
Eslora 16.56 m
Combustible Diesel
Material del casco Fibra de vidrio
Eslora en la línea de flotación 14.71 m
Manga 4.9 m
Calado máximo 1.8 m
Peso seco 90000 libras
Tanques combustible 1740 gal
Tanques agua dulce 400 gal
Tanques de reserva 120 gal
Forma del casco Desplazamiento


The N52 differs itself from the 47 with three central design modifications – each of which combines to make a sleeker and slightly more efficient boat. The most significant of these changes is a cockpit extension, which opens up the rear of the boat as well as elongates the yacht’s lines. But the benefits of added waterline length aren’t limited simply to aesthetics. The design team was able to work an extra (approximate) 200 gallons of fuel into the capacity of the boat’s tanks and in turn, bump up the range.

To coincide with the elongated cockpit, the upper level boat deck was lengthened by two feet – a move that serves a dual purpose: not only does this offset the cockpit extension, it enables a bigger tender to be carried on top.


  • Hull lamination schedule per construction plan

  • Vinylester resin used in first laminations

  • All exterior gelcoat to be White Ferro Super Shield on superstructure and Arocoat brand on hull and non-skid

  • Deck lamination schedule per construction plan


  • Cabin side (vertical surfaces): Foam Klegcell R75 or equivalent cross-linked foam

  • Cabin top and deck (horizontal surfaces): E.G.B. 9 -12 lbs. (3.4 kg – 4.5 kg) per sq. ft. Baltek

  • Hull interior: solid series of laminates

Deck/hull joint:

  • Between deck and hull flange: 3M 5200

  • Inside of joint: Two (2) layers M & W.R.

  • Mechanical fastening: 1/4″ (6.35 mm) x 20unc stainless steel thrubolt on 6″ (15.2 cm) centers where accessible. In areas that cannot be accessed self-tapping machine screws used

Longitudinal Stringer

  • Hull: port and starboard, engine beds and floor stringers – topside stringers – longitudinal and vertical

Deck: per design

Interior floors: per design for salon floor and forward engine room bulkhead structure to be of Nidacore composite as done on N50.

Ballast: Lead approx. 7,400 lbs (3.36 metric tons)

  • Gelcoat Colors (standard boat)

  • Hull: Arocoat #340 gray

  • Deck: Ferro White Supershield

  • Non-skid: Arocoat – light gray – to match CCP color chart #A139

  • Boot-top and stack stripes: Arocoat #348 dark blue


  • John Deere 6068AFM75 – 266 HP @ 2,400 rpm

  • ZFW 220 3.96 to 1.00 Transmission

  • One (1) x 24 volt 175 amp Leese Neville large case alternator to charge house batteries. One (1) x 24 volt 40 amp small case alternator to charge starting batteries.

  • SAE “A” hydraulic pump drive, gear driven on timing cover

  • Port for transmission PTO SAE “B”, live drive system

  • Engine instrument panel: deluxe with instrumentation for oil pressure, water temperature, voltage, revolutions, hour meter, with alarms

  • Engine control levers Morse model #31001-001 Twin S

  • Control cables to be NW A5805, Glenndening Cable Co.

  • Fernstrum Grid Cooler – model #D848U-E1

  • Propeller shaft: 2-1/4″ (5.7 cm) A22HS

  • Taper details: standard S.A.E. taper

  • Propeller: 4-bladed bronze, 34″ diameter x 32″ pitch (86.4 cm d x 81.28 cm p) – left hand rotation

  • Stern tube: FRP

  • Bearings: rubber cutlass type at aft end

  • Stuffing Box: bronze

  • Fuel filters: Duplex 75-900 – Racor #75-900 Max30 plus engine mounted filter x one (1)

  • Dry Exhaust: 4″ (10.2 cm) diameter stainless steel

  • Flexible section: stainless steel “wrinkle belly”

  • In line muffler: Harco model #1242VCS4. Exhaust cap: stainless steel with slots to deter water

  • Exhaust to run to top of stack

  • Drain valve at turn of exhaust to drain off water while vessel is unattended

  • Exhaust sleeve blower Dayton 110 volt #2C647 x one (1)

  • Heat insulation material: entire exhaust system wrapped with custom exhaust blanket

  • Engine cooling system to be filled with suitable mixture of coolant/antifreeze to insure coolant does not freeze for winter shipment

  • Engine room floors: Gray – FRP with non-skid – no wood structure used within engine room

  • Engine room finish: Painted Gray and insulated with Technitron or equivalent fire proof foiled and leaded foam 2″ (5.08 cm) thick. All exposed insulated surfaces to be lined with perforated anodized aluminum sheets

  • Engine room blowers Dayton 110 volt #2C647 x two (2)

  • Stainless steel railing around engine

  • Generator: Northern lights 12 kw in sound shield 240 volt 60 Hz

  • Gen-sep exhaust system

  • 24 volt start with two (2) 4D batteries

  • Centek water lift muffler


Water tank:

  • Number and capacity: One (1) baffled tank totaling 400 gallons (1514 Liters)
    FRP construction per plan
  • Inspection plates: appropriately positioned for access
  • Each tank air tested to 4 lbs (1.81 kg) per sq. inch
  • Wema water tank gauge
  • System built per PAE design
  • Water tank laid up with FDA approved gel coat on first coat.

Fuel tank:

  • Number and capacity: Two (2) main tanks totaling 1670 gallons (6321.6 Liters) with one (1) centerline aluminum “Day Tank” at 70 gallons (265 Liters) which will gravity feed from main wing tanks
  • FRP construction per plan
  • Inspection plates appropriately positioned for interior access by average size man. Each internal baffle with a removable panel to allow access to entire interior of both fuel tanks
  • Fuel system to include an aluminum supply reservoir, which feeds by gravity from both fuel tanks. Top part of supply reservoir to hold approximately two (2) gallons (7.6 Liters) and fitted with a sight gauge with a one (1) gallon (3.8 Liter) range and 10th gallon (.4 Liter) marks for fuel consumption checks (supply lines are turned off and fuel is consumed from reservoir). Bottom part of reservoir to be approximately 68 gallons (257.4 Liters) fitted with a drain off at the bottom of the reservoir for water purging and with a water sensor – illuminating a light in wheelhouse if excessive water is present. Reservoir fitted with four (4) draw spigots for main, generator, wing engine and spare – mounted at lower level of reservoir but above water sensing probe. All returns from main, wing and generator plumbed into reservoir
  • Sight gauges provided for both fuel tanks and is vented into main vent system for each tank
  • Each tank to be air tested to 4 pounds (1.81 kg) per sq. inch
  • Provide baffles on 24″ (61 cm) centers
  • A transfer manifold and Walbro (FBR-16-2) 24 volt fuel pump with timer switch and Racor 900 fuel filter which can transfer fuel from one tank to another and scrub fuel while transferring. Transfer is also used to fill top part of supply reservoir for consumption testing when main fuel tank level drops below the level of the testing part of the reservoir
    System to be built per PAE design

Fuel pipe and hose:

  • Supply lines from tanks to supply reservoir are 3/4″ (1.9 cm) I.D. with Aeroquip brand fuel hose and swaged fittings
  • Fuel line from supply reservoir to main engine filter is 3/4″ (1.9 cm) I.D. with
  • Aeroquip brand fuel hose and swaged fittings
  • Fuel lines from supply reservoir to optional generator and wing engine to be 1/2″ (1.27 cm) I.D. with Aeroquip brand fuel hose and swaged fittings
  • Vent lines to be fuel certified, reinforced hose 3/4″ (1.9 cm) I.D.

Water hoses:

  • Cold water: 1/2″ (1.27 cm) diameter Whale brand tubing system or equivalent with all Whale fittings
  • Hot water: 1/2″ (1.27 cm) diameter Whale tubing with all Whale fittings
  • Sea water hoses: Trident reinforced rubber certified for marine use and provided with double stainless steel clamps below the water line
  • Water heater: Seaward #S1150 or Attwood – 11 gallon (41.6 Liter) for 220 volt and heat exchanger operation
  • Thru Hulls: Bronze body, stainless steel balls and Teflon seats
  • Grounding wire: #6 gauge green wire run to 1/8″ x 3/4″ (3.2 mm x 19 mm) copper strap that runs down both sides of hull.
  • Each thru hull to have a clearly visible tag indicating its function
  • Fresh water pressure pump: 120VAC Headhunter Mach 5 x one (1)

Plumbing fixtures:

  • Head sink: Sea-Land K-2209 oval, color white
  • Galley sink: double stainless steel corner Sterling model #CMG-804
  • Head faucets: Grohe model #33413001 KDO
  • Galley faucets: Grohe model #32999 KDO chrome
  • Shower fixtures: Grohe chrome #28.421 handle
    #28.856 soap tray
    #28.666 – 24″ (61 cm) shower bar
    #28.151 non-metalic hose
    #35.253 mixer

Gray Water Tank:

  • Galley sink, head sinks, shower sumps and washing machine drain to 110 gallon (416.4 Liter) sump tank. Each drain to have an appropriate water trap to control odors. Sump to include Sealand Tank Watch 4 level indicator and a Sealand T24 Waste Pump fitted with an Ultra Jr. pump switch and auto/manual control panel. Whale/Henderson #BP0527 hand operated diaphragm bilge pump to be installed in line with Sealand T24 for manual pumping of gray water tank per PAE design
  • Bilge pumps: per PAE design
    Electric: Par 34600-00 diaphragm with Ultraswitch auto switch
    Manual: Edson model #638AL operable from main salon
    High water bilge pump Rule 3700 gallons (14,006 Liters) per hour (16A) – mounted in bilge above normal bilge water height including Ultra Sr. pump switch #UPS/01/24 volt and Ultra bilge alarm #AS-201


  • Tecma Silence Plus #38111 fresh water flush only
  • Head fitted with a Par #45510-1000 Y valve allowing sewage to be pumped overboard or into holding tank
  • Holding tank: FRP
  • Holding tank pump: Sealand T-24, 24 volt plus Whale/Henderson #BP0527 hand operated diaphragm pumps to be installed in-line with each other per PAE design
  • Holding tank fitted with a deck pump out
  • Sealand Tank Watch 4 monitoring system
  • Hoses throughout boat to be Trident brand – where practical

LPG system:

  • Two (2) Worthington #D200145WCI 20 lb. (9.07 kg) LPG bottles in port side transom locker
  • Xantex control panel and detection system S-2A and MS-2 sniffer / 24-12 volt converter (CVN 24-12)
  • Two (2) stage regulator #12301411
  • Trident ‘Pig Tail’ hoses x two (2) #1014140120
  • All necessary pipe fittings and adapters

Interior Finish/Equipment


  • Refrigerator/Freezer with ice maker – Fisher Paykel French door series 7 – RS32A72J1

  • Countertops: standard granite – from PAE selection

  • Flooring: ceramic tile or teak and spruce sole

  • Cabinetry/paneling – teak with satin varnish

  • Cooktop – Fisher Paykel electric induction – C1304DTB2N

  • Microwave – Fisher Paykel convection – CMOH30SS-2 Y

  • Oven – Fisher Paykel electric single oven – OB30SCEPX3N

  • Broan Trash compactor – #15SS – stainless

  • Overhead: individual padded Majilite vinyl panels secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro and easily removable for service of deck hardware and wiring

  • Locker interior finish: Formica with teak trim

  • Added refrigerator/freezer combo – Sub Zero model #UC-24C-R

  • Asko electric washer (white) W2084W

  • Asko electric vented dryer (white) T208VW

  • Also please delete all LPG wording (6 lines) – standard spec – plumbing – LPG

Main Salon

  • Teak and spruce floors

  • Cabinetry/paneling: teak with satin varnish

  • Dinette table: teak

  • Furniture: settees as designed with all detail as shown in layout drawing

  • Overhead: individual padded vinyl Majalite panel secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro

  • Locker interior finish: teak

  • Cushions with vinyl upholstery

  • Teak valance over windows

  • Four (4) large salon windows to be per PAE design

Master Cabin

  • Floors: teak and spruce

  • Cabinetry/paneling: teak paneling – satin varnished with teak trim

  • Mirror above dresser

  • Ventilation hatch – Lewmar Ocean # 20 Flat Base

  • Overhead: individual padded vinyl panels secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro

  • Locker interior finish: Cedar wood with white formica sole

  • Foam mattress with vinyl upholstery

  • All visible hull surfaces within stateroom (not including locker interiors) – to have horizontal teak staving

  • Countertops: black formica


  • Floors: ceramic tile or Teak and spruce

  • Countertop: “Granite” – from PAE selection

  • Mirrors in front of sink. Opening doors

  • Shower pan – white – gelcoated FRP with non-skid including aluminum and glass bi-fold shower doors

  • Overhead: individual padded Majalite vinyl panels secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro

  • Locker interior finish: FRP/formica/w white painted trim

  • Exhaust blower: 24 volt Rule 140 on 30 minute timer

  • Stainless steel towel bars

  • Head and interior cabinetry to be FRP


  • Painted with grey gelcoat

  • Drain to bilge through a PVC pipe installed during hull lamination

Pilothouse – Settee moved aft 12″ (30.5 cm) allowing additional floor space.

  • Floors: teak and spruce

  • Cabinetry/joinery work: satin varnished teak

  • Countertops and dash panels: black formica

  • Overhead: individual padded Majalite vinyl panels secured in place with 3M industrial Velcro

  • Table: Teak

  • Locker interior finish: FRP/formica

  • Cushions with vinyl upholstery

  • Chart light: Cantalupi-Vulcano 24 volt #72302

  • Teak louvers on tops of console for ventilation of electronics

  • Chart drawer under settee

  • PH windows aft of pilot house door port and starboard are to be per PAE design

Guest Cabin

  • Floors: teak and spruce

  • Cabinetry/paneling: teak paneling – satin varnish with teak trim

  • Overhead: individual padded vinyl Majalite panels secured in place with industrial Velcro

  • Locker interior finish: Cedar wood/w white formica sole

  • Mattress: foam with vinyl cover

  • Stainless steel upholstered stool at desk on swivel with bulkhead mount

  • All visible hull surfaces within stateroom (not including locker interiors) – to have horizontal teak staving

  • Countertops: black formica

  • All locker doors to have push button style latches

  • All interior stateroom doors to be Mobella hardware.


  • Main overhead lighting throughout: Cantalupi “Walter” 2001 with wall switches for each designated area. (Approx 45 lights)

  • Bulkhead reading lights in staterooms: Three (3) x Cantalupi “Time” in the guest stateroom and One (1) x Cantalupi “Time” for the PH bunk.

  • Engine room lights: 120 volt AC fluorescent – Four (4) x 24″ (61 cm) dual fluorescent (# ILMUL2-24T5HPF1) switch at entrance to engine room. Additionally – six (6) x 24 volt dome lights in engine room. Lazarette lights: 120 volt fluorescent – Two (2) x 24″ (61 cm) fluorescent (# ILMUL2-24T5HPF1) switch at entrance to lazarette. Additionally – Three (3) x 24 volt dome lights in lazarette

  • Exterior dome lights: Cantalupi “Tuna” #CN20901 24 volt DC (4 on aft deck and 2 on side deck)

  • Navigation lights: Hella port and starboard #62210/62209, stern #62208

  • Owners cabin reading lights: Cantalupi “Vienna” chrome x two (2)

  • Courtesy lights Cantilupi “Storm”

  • Vanity lights: Cantalupi “Tebe” 2000 x six (6) 24 volt DC (2 at owners stateroom vanity, 2 at owners sink, 2 at guest sink)

  • Aft salon bulkhead mount lights: Cantalupi “Alfa” x two (2) – chrome with white/cream shade 24 volt


Fabricado por:

Pacific Asian

Box 874
At the Harbor
Dana Point, CA, 92629
Estados Unidos
(949) 496-4848

Ver todos los modelos

Fabricado por:

Pacific Asian

Box 874
At the Harbor
Dana Point, CA, 92629
Estados Unidos
(949) 496-4848

Ver todos los modelos



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