BRAND AND MODEL: Nordhavn 60
TYPE: Long range raised pilothouse trawler yacht with flybridge
HULL COLOR: White gelcoat – blue stripe
DECK: White deck with gray nonskid (gelcoat)
REGISTRY: United States Coast Guard documented
DESIGNER: Jeff Leishman
BUILDER: South Coast – Xiamen, China
HULL MATERIAL: Solid fiberglass
DISPLACEMENT: 138,000 lbs. | 62.60 MT
BALLAST: 8,500 lb  |3.17 MT  (Lead)
SPEED: Cruise 8.25 knots, Top 9.5 knots
RANGE: 3,000 miles @ 8.25 knots
LOA: 62’6″|19.05 M
LWL: 57′ 3″|17.45 M
BEAM: 18′ 0″|5.49 M
DRAFT: 6′ 8″ | 2.03 M
AIR DRAFT: Approximately 31’| 9.45 M waterline to anchor light.
A/B RATIO: 2.47:1
ENGINES: (2) Lugger model L1066T 170 BHP@ 2,500 RPM (Hours~ 2,600 April 2021) |(4) ZF Mathers control stations
TRANSMISSIONS: TwinDisc Model MG5075A transmissions with
2.88:1 reduction gear
PROPELLER / SHAFT 2″ Aquamet 17 shaft | 5 blade 29 x 20.5 bronze propellers |PSS shaft seals
MAIN EXHAUST: Wet exhaust
THRUSTERS: SidePower 24V/15 HP Bow thruster | SidePower 24V/15 HP  Stern Thruster
STABILIZATION: ABT 250 digital active fins |At anchor flopper stopper on port side
STEERING: Pilothouse and flybridge helms | Hynautic hydraulic | Emergency tiller
ELECTRICAL: 60 Hertz – US style – 50-amp
SHORE POWER: 50-amp for house and air con, 30-amp house foredeck|Glendinning house 50-amp aft | Charles smart boost
GENERATOR: Northern Lights 20 kW Model M8443 240V 60Hz (Generator hours: ~2,300) April 2021
INVERTER/CHARGER: Xantrex/Trace SW 4024 4,000-Watt inverter/charger |Inverter by-pass| MasterVolt 24/100-3 charger |Xantrex 12V Trucharge communications battery charger
BATTERIES: Lifeline AGM 24V (8) 8-4 house bank |(4) 4-D main engine start batteries | (2) Group 31 generator start batteries || (1) Group 31 12V for communications
CLIMATE CONTROL: Cruisair reverse cycle HVAC with four compressors and approximately 160,000 BTU | Axman-Anderson diesel hydronic furnace
MACHINERY EQUIPMENT: Reverso oil changer | Racor duplex for mains | Walbro fuel transfer pump with Racor filter | Headhunter Mach 5 fresh water pump with Groco accumulator tank | Olsun isolation transformer 12 KVA
WINDLASS: Maxwell VWC 3500 vertical electric windlass
GROUND TACKLE: 170 LB. Nordhavn plow anchor|400′ 1/2″ HT chain| Secondary Manson 15kg claw anchor stowed in lazarette
CRANE: Steelhead ES1500 – 1,500-pound max capacity
TENDER AND OUTBOARD: AB 12 DLX CL310 12′ inflatable dinghy with seat and steering console |40 HP Evinrude E-Tec outboard
NAV/COM BRANDS: Furuno|Simrad |Icom |FLIR
ENTERTAINMENT: (2) Toshiba flat screen televisions – saloon on lift and guest cabin | Bose stereo and speakers| DirecTV receiver
STATEROOMS: (3) Master aft, VIP forward, Captain’s in pilothouse
WATER MAKER: Village Marine Tec Squirt Model SPW-600 = 600 gallons/day
HEADS: (3) Tecma (electric freshwater)
HOT WATER: Torrid MV40-2, 40-gallon water heater
SHOWERS: Three: Stand up in owner head with door |Stand up in guest head with bi-fold door| Cockpit shower
LAUNDRY: Bosch separate clothes washer and clothes dryer
GALLEY: GE Propane stove with electric oven| SubZero upright refrigerator, freezer drawers |Top load freezer in Utility room | Dishwasher | GE Convection microwave oven | Trash compactor | Garbage disposal | Miele electric grill aft deck
INTERIOR WOOD: Teak with vertical grain
INTERIOR COUNTERS: Granite counters
INTERIOR FLOORING: Teak and Holly hardwood throughout (covered with carpet)
BILGE PUMPS: Three: (1) Jabsco electric, (1) Rule 3700 electric high water bilge pump (both electric pumps have Ultra Senior float switches| (1) Edson manual
TANKAGE: (approx.)
FUEL: 2,375 gallons |8,990 L (fiberglass) (5) fiberglass tanks, (1) aluminum supply reservoir.  Forward port, center, starboard. Engine room port and starboard.
HOLDING BLACK: 120 gallons | 454 L (1) fiberglass tank
HOLDING GRAY: 110 gallons | 416 L (1) fiberglass tank
FRESH WATER: 600 gallons | 2,271 L (1) fiberglass tank
SAFETY: Sea-Fire engine room and lazarette fire suppression system | USCG safety package| EPIRB |Switlik 6-person MD2 life raft (expired)| High water bilge pump and alarm |Aqualarm bilge counter | Smoke and CO alarms | Water in fuel alarm
PHOTO DATE: Most photos taken March 2021
Note: All information is believed accurate but should be verified. Some details from PAE manuals.