Navigator is for sale by her second owners who moved her from the Connecticut to Wisconsin. As the 35th hull number in the series, Navigator features the major product developments incorporated as Nordhavn continually refined and upgraded this popular model such as: 24V electrical, full size watch berth in the pilothouse, opening hatch in the owner stateroom; and the best equipment selections such as a Steelhead crane, Lugger wing engine and ABT TRAC active fin stabilizers – all important additions that simply were not available on earlier hulls. Navigator’s primary attributes when comparing Nordhavn 47’s: Two cabin layout, flybridge with stainless framed top, fiberglass stack for the main engine exhaust and a crane for launching the dinghy.
Navigator is a fantastic trawler for an active owner operator, or couple, now more so due to the new Yacht Controller. She has generous accommodations and a comfortable layout. The entry level has a spacious saloon and an ideal offshore galley. The raised pilothouse is ideal for underway operations with the flybridge above providing a choice in command locations. The staterooms are forward and below, with the owner stateroom situated low and at the center. Interior décor is quite pleasing with Ultraleather upholstery, fitted carpet, custom blinds and granite counters. Machinery and equipment have been serviced (many upgrades and replacements during the current ownership). The engine room is newly lighted and has great headroom for easier serviceability.
Highlighted Equipment aboard Navigator
|BRAND AND MODEL:||NORDHAVN 47 (flybridge with stainless framed top, Polycarbonate enclosure)|
|TYPE:||Long range passage maker with raised pilothouse|
|MODEL YEAR:||2005, Commissioned 2006|
|HULL COLOR:||White gelcoat|
|REGISTRY:||United States Coast Guard documented|
|BUILDER:||P.A.E./South Coast – Xiamen, China|
|HULL MATERIAL:||Solid Fiberglass|
|DISPLACEMENT:||85,000 lbs. | 38.56 MT|
|BALLAST:||7,300 lbs. |3.31 MT (Lead)|
|RANGE:||3,000 miles @ 7.8 knots|
|SPEED:||Cruise 7.1 knots. Top 8.5 knots|
|LOA:||51′ | 15.55 M|
|LWL:||47′ 4″ | 14.43 M|
|BEAM:||16′ 1″ | 4.9 M|
|DRAFT:||6′ 1″ | 1.85 M|
|Cp:||Prismatic Coefficient .61|
|AIR DRAFT:||35’0″ |10.67 M to top of antennae (est.)|
|DECK:||White deck with tan nonskid|
|MAIN ENGINE:||Lugger | LP1066T |174 HP (Main hours: ~5,560.0 June 2023)|
|EXHAUST:||Dry stack, keel cooled|
|TRANSMISSION||ZF | 3.9:1 reduction transmission|
|PROPELLER / SHAFT||2.25″ Aquamet 17 shaft | Four blade propeller 34″ x 32″| Spurs line cutter|
|WING ENGINE:||Lugger L844D 40 HP | ZF V-drive 2.99:1 |wet exhaust (Wing hours: ~150.0 June 2023)|
|THRUSTERS:||SidePower 24V/10 HP bow thruster | SidePower 24V/10 HP stern thruster|
|STABILIZATION:||ABT 220 digital active fins |Anchor flopper stopper on starboard side|
|ELECTRICAL:||60 Hertz – US style – 50 Amp|
|SHORE POWER:||50 Amp for house and 50 Amp air con, 30 Amp house @ 240V. (Fore and aft deck connections). 12.5 kW YachtBoost|
|GENERATOR:||Northern Lights 12 kW 240V 60Hz (Generator hours: ~3,900.0 June 2023)|
|INVERTER/CHARGER:||Xantrex 2500-Watt inverter / charger | Master Volt battery charger|
|BATTERIES:||Lifeline AGM – maintenance free|
|INTERIOR LIGHTING:||LED and Halogen lighting|
|WATER MAKER:||Water Makers, Inc., ISL 400 (400 gallons / day)|
|CLIMATE CONTROL:||Marine Air air conditioning (5) air handler units, 60,000 BTU’s|
|MACHINERY EQUIPMENT:||Reverso oil changer|
|WINDLASS:||Maxwell VWC 3500 electric|
|GROUND TACKLE:||Rocna 55 150lb. | 400′ 3/8 ” high test chain | Secondary Fortress|
|CRANE:||Steelhead SM 1500R – 1,500 pound|
|TENDER AND OUTBOARD:||Caribe DL 11 RIB| Honda 30 HP outboard | 2022 Road trailer for tender|
|NAV/COM BRANDS:||Furuno | Icom | Simrad|
|ENTERTAINMENT:||Flat screen TV in saloon on lift | Flat screen TV in owner | Flat screen in pilothouse | Bose speakers | Stereo|
|STATEROOMS | BERTHS:||(2) Owner aft, Guest cabin forward. Sleeps Six: (2) Owner. (2) Guest. (1) Guest pipe berth. (1) Pilothouse watch berth.|
|BEDDING:||Custom HMC mattresses in Owner and Guest staterooms|
|HEADS:||(2) Raritan (electric freshwater)|
|SHOWERS:||(2) Owner and Guest (plus cockpit shower)|
|LAUNDRY:||GE separate clothes washer and clothes dryer|
|GALLEY:||Viking professional propane (4) burner stove with propane oven| SubZero refrigerator, freezer drawers |SubZero freezer in forward stairway | GE Dishwasher | GE Convection microwave oven | GE Trash compactor|
|INTERIOR WOOD:||Teak. Matte, semi-gloss finish|
|INTERIOR COUNTERS:||Granite counters (many additional surfaces covered)|
|INTERIOR FLOORING:||Teak and spruce hardwood|
|BILGE PUMPS:||Electric standard and electric highwater | Edson manual|
|FUEL:||1,470 gallons | 5564.6 L (fiberglass)|
|HOLDING BLACK:||120 gallons | 454.2 L (fiberglass)|
|HOLDING GRAY:||110 gallons | 416.4 L (fiberglass)|
|FRESH WATER:||400 gallons | 1514.2 L (fiberglass)|
|ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT:||(3) Stidd helm chairs| (2) Delta T ventilation fans in engine room | Seagull IV water purifier |Yacht Controller |12.5 kW Yacht Boost | Eartec three position inter-crew communications headsets|2nd (2021) wired Crane operator, with additional new (2021) wireless RF operator|
|SAFETY:||Fire system certified 2023: SeaFire fire suppression in engine room and lazarette |Handheld fire suppression (5) conventional and (1) Halon | (5) of 10-year smoke alarm (3) CO alarm | (2) Lifeslings| SOLAS Type IV life ring |EPIRB| Ditch bag with ICOM IC-M94D handheld radio | (6) automatic life jackets with re-arming kit | (5) conventional life jackets|
|PHOTO DATE:||Most detail photos were taken in June, 2023|
|Note: All information is believed accurate, but should be verified.|
Cockpit: The cockpit provides an outdoor space for fishing or relaxing. The swim platform aft has safety rails and two swim ladders. She is easy to board by launch from the swim platform and just inside the transom doors is a 10’ hot /cold freshwater shower for rinsing off. The cockpit has a teak cap rail and includes two built-in lockers aft (storage with a breaker for the stern shore power connections to starboard and the propane locker to port with three tanks. The crane compression post is visible against the aft bulkhead, and you have access to the lazarette below through the large cockpit hatch. The cockpit connects the stern to the bow along the covered starboard side deck, accessing the flopper stopper, and there is a boarding door on the starboard side for getting on and off the dock.
Saloon: The saloon is entered through the Dutch Door. The interior is lively with beautifully matched teak joinery and additional installations of granite counters throughout. Navigator has comfortable settee seating to port and to starboard. There are two ottomans (matching upholstery with storage inside). To starboard, a beautiful custom moveable triangular high-low teak table with inlay. The teak and spruce soles are covered by edge bound carpeting. The starboard settee features a 2023 flat screen television and Apple TV, on a lift. Forward, outboard of the stairs to the pilothouse and behind the tall louvered door are the laundry appliances, a separate clothes washer and clothes dryer.
Galley: This galley has been set up and used to prepare numerous meals on board. The Viking Professional four-burner propane stove and oven has been the most favorite appliance. The galley includes a double basin stainless steel sink with Seagull IV purified water tap, dishwasher, trash compactor (note – does not crush, is used as a slide out trash bin now) and Sub-Zero refrigerator with (2) freezer drawers. There is overhead storage aft and multiple lockers and drawers including a sliding door pantry forward of the Viking. The microwave and countertop convection ovens were new in 2021.
Pilothouse: The raised pilothouse is a few steps up from the entry level and includes an impressive arrangement to provide a comfortable and easily manageable operational command center. The Stidd helm chair is adjustable and there is a wraparound bench seat with table behind. For off watch crew there is a large single watch berth aft with Froli coils. The windows offer excellent visibility. There is an impressive assortment of navigation/communication electronics with controls for the bow and stern thruster, main engine, wing engine, generator, navigation computer and UPS, and 2022 Yacht Controller. The electrical panel is installed in an easily accessed island panel with clearly labeled breakers and digital read outs. Under the port settee is a 12.5 kW 2022 Yacht Boost shore power stabilization and isolation transformer. Two Dutch doors open outboard to allow access to the Portuguese bridge deck – aft to port for the boat deck and flybridge and the starboard door provides entry to the foredeck or aft to the cockpit. Note: See Pilothouse summary table below for details.
Landing: Going down a curved set of stairs you pass the Sub-Zero freezer and then arrive at the lower-level landing. The guest cabin and head is forward, the owners stateroom and head is aft.
Guest Stateroom: The guest stateroom forward is very appealing with the tall headroom and practical layout. The head, sink and shower are forward. There are ( qty 3) overhead hatches and ( qty 6) outboard opening portlights. The double berth is to port with a 2021 HMC custom innerspring berth with Froli system. For an additional overnight guest, there is an easily opened pipe berth “cot” above. The desk to starboard features a rare, granite surface with swivel chair and custom bookshelves with deep storage locker. A lighted hanging locker is to port, the tall starboard hanging locker is fitted with shelves.
Owner Stateroom: The location of the owner stateroom aft makes for a very comfortable sleeping area underway. The overhead hatch (built in to the Portuguese bridge) allows for natural air flow (supplemented by the dorade vent on the foredeck). The bed is fore/aft with a custom 2022 HMC innerspring mattress with Froli system, reading lights, and granite bed side cabinets. Outboard to port is a bureau with sliding door hanging locker, a bank of drawers and a tilt out laundry hamper. A tall lighted hanging locker is forward to port (converted to shelves) and there are drawers under the bed so you have closing storage options. There is a flat screen television mounted forward. Along the starboard side is easy access to the head, sink, and shower. Entry to the engine room is aft through the teak veneer door.
Engine Room: 2022 lighting. One special machinery highlight aboard is the headroom in the engine room. The white gelcoat throughout was a special order to help reflect light. There are safety rails (including a tool tray) surrounding the Lugger main engine which is keel cooled with 2021/2022 dry stack exhaust and lagging. Forward is the aluminum fuel supply tank which is gravity fed from the two fiberglass fuel tanks outboard. Forward to port is access to the stabilizer and fuel manifolds, there are lockers outboard to starboard with access to through hulls and the other stabilizer. The aft section of the engine room has the Lugger wing engine to port with independent fuel tank and start batteries. The Northern Lights generator is installed to starboard. Access panels in the sole allow you to inspect the bilge and stuffing box.
Lazarette: Aft in the engine room is a commercial door that grants access to the lazarette. 2022 lighting. You can also access this area through the cockpit hatch above. Both the engine room and the lazarette are protected with built in fire suppression. The collection of equipment in this location includes batteries, air conditioning, water maker, crane machinery, steering system, inverter and more.
Foredeck: The foredeck is entered through a fiberglass gate in the Portuguese bridge. To port are forward shore power connections. There are two large built in deck boxes and three Lewmar hatches. Forward is the anchor well with Maxwell electric windlass with 400’ of chain rode (2022) to a Rocna anchor. A Freeman hatch opens to access the chain locker, and the auxiliary Fortress anchor.
Portuguese Bridge: The Portuguese bridge allows for a protected deck area forward, a walkway between the foredeck and the pilothouse. There are storage lockers for stowing gear, round opening portlights to the guest stateroom and a recessed hatch that connects to the owner stateroom.
Boat Deck: The boat deck area is divided by the Steelhead crane. The Caribe RIB tender is mounted to starboard. The dinghy and outboard are original and have been actively used and serviced. The fiberglass dry stack exhaust is forward with flag halyards and antenna mounts.
Flybridge: The view from aloft is wonderful. The flybridge is directly atop the pilothouse. There is a stainless framed Stamoid cover over top with clear see-through protective polycarbonate curtains that zip in place for all-weather protection and hinge up and out of the way to bring in the breeze. Two Stidd helm chairs are forward with a bench seat is behind. The navigation and electronics are easy to see and adjust. Note: See Flybridge summary table below for details.
Navigator has been cruised from Florida to the Bahamas and up through Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard enjoying the coast and islands of New England up to Maine. She has traveled the St. Lawrence Seaway to Lake Michigan where she has been fresh water based in Manitowoc, WI. She has enjoyed her last three years of heated with power winter storage from November to April in Maine and Wisconsin.
|Flybridge||Brand and Model|
|Helm chairs||(2) Stidd helm chairs|
|Helm||Edson angled steering wheel with rotation knob|
|Main engine||Display with analog gauges | Double lever Morse controls|
|Stabilizers||ABT TRAC remote panel select active or centered|
|Thrusters||Bow and stern thruster toggles|
|Windlass||Remote control – up/down|
|Compass||Ritchie Power Damp with Nordhavn card|
|Navigation||Furuno NavNet vx2 with radar, chart plotter, depth, etc.|
|Display mount||NavPod for NavNet vx2|
|VHF 1||Icom IC-M506|
|VHF 2||Icom CommandMic II|
|Autopilot||Simrad FU 25 follow up lever (inoperable)|
|Chart software||Furuno Time Zero|
|Search light||ACR digital point pad controller|
|Auxiliary breaker panel||For exterior deck lights and future 50 A 24V DC flybridge / stack loads|
|Flybridge Deck Light||LED|
|Pilothouse||Brand and model|
|Helm||Edson angled steering wheel with rotation knob|
|Helm chair||Stidd helm chair|
|Main engine||Lugger analog display with auxiliary temperature gauges | Murphy digital power view|
|Engine controls||Morse cable dual lever controls|
|Generator||Northern Lights display|
|Wing engine||Lugger analog display | Morse cable dual lever controls|
|Stabilizers||TRAC digital stabilizer panel|
|Thrusters||Side Power dual lever toggle controls|
|Hand held remote command||Yacht Controller thrusters/engine/windlass hand held control|
|Monitors||Samsung 19″ port side|
|Chart plotter||Furuno NavNet with TimeZero|
|Chart software||NavNet TimeZero|
|GPS||NavNet vx2 included|
|Radar||NavNet vx2 with 64-mile open array antenna|
|Depth||Simrad digital display|
|Wind||Simrad analog display|
|Speed||NavNet vx2 included|
|Autopilot 1||Simrad AP 25 display | Simrad FU 25 jog lever|
|CCTV||Bosch (2 cameras – engine room 1, engine room 2)|
|VHF – 1||ICOM IC M602 with mic control hailer (hailer inoperable)|
|VHF – 2||ICOM command mic II|
|VHF – hand held||ICOM M94D|
|VHF – remote mic||Galley (note display inoperable)|
|Satellite telephone||Sea Tel control panel (inoperable)|
|Satellite television||DirecTV removed|
|Compass – digital||Furuno rate gain compass (owner bed)|
|Compass – analog||Ritchie Powerdamp Plus|
|Furuno||Furuno FI-50 Multi repeater|
|Computer||HP with APC 1000 VA UPS|
|Windlass||Maxwell windlass toggle|
|Inverter panel||Xantrex display|
|Electrical panel with breakers||12V, 24V, 120V, 240V breakers with shore forward/aft and generator select switches | 12V Nav Com breakers| Airconditioning zones | 50 Amp remote panel in flybridge|
|Chart light||Port side of pilothouse|
|Chart table||Hinged leaf port side pilothouse|
|Chart drawers||(2) under settee foot landing for settee|
|Search Light||ACR digital point pad controller|
|Entertainment – television||Saloon 32″ Samsung flat screen television | Apple TV (saloon)| Owner stateroom 27″ flat screen television|
|Entertainment Stereo||Fusion MS-AV650 control in pilothouse (with DVD) |Speakers throughout|
|Wipers||Imtra control pad|
|Gray water||Dometic light bars with key – owner head|
|Black water||Dometic light bars with key – owner head|
|Fresh water||Analog tank level display – owner head|
|Fire Suppression||Safety panel – Sea Fire display for engine room and lazarette|
|Alarm – water in fuel||Safety panel – Racor alarm|
|Alarm – high bilge water||Safety panel – Ultra Safety Systems high water bilge alarm|
|Bilge pump breakers||Safety panel – Electric and high water – auto/manual|
|Ships bell||Next to chart drawers|
|EPIRB||ACR Global Fix V4 (pilothouse aft)|
|Ditch Bag||In pilothouse wet hanging locker|
The Nordhavn 47 is one of the most popular models ever built by PAE. The hull mold was extended aft to develop the Nordhavn 52, which has a larger cockpit, but the same interior volume as the 47. The detail photos were taken in June of 2023. Please review the additional information online including photos, 360 room-by-room tour and our YouTube video. Navigator She is available for inspection by appointment – please get in touch to learn more. We welcome your inquiry, let’s get you aboard!
ADDITIONAL BROKER COMMENTS:
Navigator is a US Coast Guard Documented vessel (with entry summary paperwork available). The second owners hired Steve D’Antonio during the purchase evaluation and Steve attended the survey haul out and underway, conducting an extensive inspection. Once closed, Navigator was moved to the Hinckley yard in Maine for several months of systems refreshments and upgrades. Many of these improvements are behind-the-scenes, like black and gray water plumbing and the main engine exhaust and muffler refit. Over $200,000.00 was spent to help insure Navigator’s longevity and performance. The owner’s relationship with Steve D’Antonio continues today. It is very satisfying as a broker to help the original buyer set up an outstanding vessel and continually gratifying to see the care and attention continue with the second owner. She is one of my favorite Nordhavn 47’s.
Exclusions: Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed. Items excluded include, but are not limited to Paintings, tools, handheld nav gear and binoculars. The owner’s personal effects and clothing will be removed prior to closing.
Disclaimer: Jeff Merrill Yacht Sales, Inc. presents the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor guarantee or warrant the condition of the vessel. Buyers should instruct their agents and their surveyors to investigate all details the buyers desire validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Brokerage: JMYS is a US based (licensed and bonded yacht brokerage in California, Florida, Virginia and Washington) with an international emphasis specializing in ocean capable trawlers and recreational tugs. Our brokers are experienced boaters, most are trawler owner/operators with thousands of hours and miles at sea. We treat our clients with respect, we are responsive and not pushy. Our focus is to become your loyal advocate, always looking out for your best interests. The team at JMYS has extensive trawler and motor yacht product knowledge and our skills are available for coaching after the sale has concluded.
Co-Brokerage: Fellow yacht broker association members: Navigator is available for Co-Brokerage, please call to discuss special listing arrangements in place.
This listing specification has been approved by the sellers for accuracy. The photos, images and descriptive content are copyrighted by JMYS and may not be copied or used without specific written permission.
Listing broker. Jeff Merrill, CPYB (Certified Professional Yacht Broker) has extensive product knowledge of the trawler market plus direct experience with the Nordhavn brand (over two decades) and is very well acquainted with the Nordhavn 47. He was the original salesperson for the order and delivery of Navigator and helped the current owners purchase her in July of 2020. Jeff is a familiar face to YouTube viewers and a regular presenter at TrawlerFest. He writes about trawlers for Ocean Navigator and PassageMaker magazines and is one of the online instructors for Boaters University.
Please contact listing broker, Jeff Merrill, CPYB by phone, text or email for additional information or to schedule your personal showing. Jeff is available via Mobile + 1 949.355.4950 (call or text). You can send a detailed Email to: Jeff@JMYS.com.
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