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Sunday Morning – Nordhavn 55

$995,000.00

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“Sunday Morning”

Two words……. Absolutely Lovely !

You’ve heard this before from us, but I have to say that Sunday Morning is really a stunning example of the popular Nordhavn 55. She has been truly loved by her present owners, who have decided to move up to a larger Nordhavn. This boat is a low hour, one-of-a-kind beauty. Equipped with the upgraded continuous duty, Lugger 1276 engine that brought her owners safely from Seattle, through the Panama Canal, up and down the Eastern Seaboard until recently arriving here in Palm Beach Gardens. Sunday Morning has been modestly used and continually updated, making her one of the nicest 55’s we’ve listed to date.

She’s equipped with a Dive Compressor for adventuring South to the islands and a factory installed Kabola Diesel Furnace, making her perfect for trips further North or even on those cold winter mornings in South Florida. Even my wife (who seems to dislike boats in general) asked if we could buy her, describing her as tasteful and homey. It’s a miracle !

Make an appointment today to see “Sunday Morning”. You won’t be disappointed!

Minutes from Palm Beach International Airport. Pick up available.

  • Year: 2005
  • Current Price: US$ 995,000
  • Length: 55′
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single / diesel
  • Located In: North Palm Beach, Florida
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • YW#: 78861-3194232

Additional information

Broker Details

Yacht Tech, INC
1200 US Hwy 1, Suite “E”
North Palm Beach, Florida 33408
Phone : (561) 776-5848

Yacht Name

Sunday Morning

Brand & Model

Nordhavn 55

Price

$995,000

Model Year

2005

Engine/Fuel Type

Single / diesel

Hull Material

Fiberglass

Trawler/Long Range

Motor Yacht

Registration

78861-3194232

Hull Shape

Displacement

LOA

58 ft 0 in

Beam

18 ft 0 in

LWL

50 ft 1 in

Displacement

124500 lbs Full Load

Total Power

340 HP

Main Engine

2005 Diesel Lugger L1276A, Inboard, 3772 hrs, 340 HP, Direct Drive.

Cruising Speed

8 knots

Fresh Water Tanks

Fiberglass (600 Gallons)

Fuel Tanks

Fiberglass (2250 Gallons)

Holding Tanks

Fiberglass (120 Gallons)

Country

United States

Full Specifications

Boat Name

SUNDAY MORNING

Specs
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Displacement

Dimensions
LOA: 58 ft 0 in
Beam: 18 ft 0 in
LWL: 50 ft 1 in
Displacement: 124500 lbs Full Load

Engines

Total Power: 340 HP

Engine 1:

Engine Brand: Lugger
Year Built: 2005
Engine Model: L1276A
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3772
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 340 HP

Cruising Speed: 8 knots

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks: (600 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (2250 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (120 Gallons)


Accommodations

Salon Main entrance into the vessel is from the Cockpit deck through the rear cockpit ‘dutch’ doorway into the spacious Salon. To Port there is a “L’ shaped lounge with new custom soft good coverings and custom adjustable height dining/coffee table. Forward of the dining area is a black granite bar with two leather upholstered stools. Above the bench top servery is an easy accessed showpiece display case designed for the security of dishes & glasses when the vessel is underway. To starboard are (2) black leather recliner chairs/ottomans and Hi-Lo TV cabinet.  The Salon has dimmer controlled LED lighting & the windows have Hunter Douglas blinds behind the valances for an unobstructed view. The floors in the Salon and cabins are satin varnished teak & holly, while the Galley, Master ensuite floor & bathtub, and Guest ensuite floor are tiled complementing the exquisite fit out. For extra protection, custom fitted carpeting with black border has been fitted throughout the vessel.

Owners Stateroom:  Located forward & on the same level as the Galley. The stateroom is beautifully appointed & has a Queen size Island berth to port, ample drawers, storage and hanging lockers which are located on the bulkhead opposite the berth. There is forward access to the guest cabin which can also be accessed from the pilothouse. The Owners bathroom is spacious and appointed with classic granite top vanity unit, Raritan fresh water flush electric toilet and step in bathtub and shower combination, with matching granite surround, and large portlights offering a view of the ocean while underway.

Pilothouse – Captains Cabin – Day Bathroom:  The design and layout of the 55’s pilothouse provides generous room with a fully enclosed Captain’s cabin with double berth & separate toilet compartment. The black leather upholstered Stidd Captains chair is centrally located with excellent visibility and access to all operational, navigational & electrical systems. There is also a chart table located to the port side of the helm seat with storage beneath. Behind the elm position is a large “L” shaped raised plush seating area with timber veneer table top & protection cover.

Forward Cabin:  Descend from the pilothouse to small foyer and office space adjoining the guest cabin. The guest cabin has a double berth and the foyer area has a teak top desk with draws, adjoining built in bookcase & hanging lockers. Forward is the Guest bathroom with toilet, separate shower cubicle & vanity unit. Below the guest stateroom cabin sole is a stainless steel ladder giving access to the large storage and machinery room. This area houses plumbing, hot water system, Watermaker, and offers huge secure space for dry storage.

Utility Room:  Accessed from the saloon and galley area a stairway leads down to the utility, and laundry room.  A large top loading chest freezer, storage areas, Bosch Axxis washer and separate dryer are located in this area, along with plenty of linen storage in cupboards and drawers.  Master cabin ensuite, guest cabin ensuite and captains cabin ensuite all offer Raritan electric toilets and hand basins plumbed to black and grey water tanks respectively.


Galley

  • Located just forward of the salon. The Galley bench tops are in black, silver spackled Granite which complement the satin finish teak wood timber.  Galley equipment includes,

  • GE Profile full sized electric oven with four burner cooktop. This is LPG fed by three propane tanks housed in the exterior aft of the vessel & fitted with gas leak “sniffer” alarm system

  • GE Monogram Garbage Compactor

  • GE Profile Full size built-in Microwave

  • Sub Zero #700 TC refrigerator with icemaker (custom teak doors with locks)

  • Sub Zero has two freezer drawers, one with an icemaker.

  • A large top loading chest freezer is located in the utility room

  • Garbage disposal


Audio Visual and Communication

  • High Speed and low-speed (MPDS) Internet access capability through KVH Fleet broadband 250

  • PBX Voice Intercom and  KVH Sat Phone systems connected throughout w/stations located in PH, Staterooms, Eng Room, Salon, Flybridge.

  • Iridium satellite phone system by Applied Satellite Engineering

  • Shore phone connection

  • Closed circuit TV (CCTV) with cameras in engine room and aft starboard side are displayed as PIP or full view on either of two Furuno pilothouse screens.

  • Four flat panel TVs (Pilothouse, Salon, Master-Stateroom and guest Stateroom) independently display DirectTV HD feed from (new in 2010) KVH HD7 Satellite Dome and separate receivers.

  • Bose Audio /Video System provides audio switching from two zones, for AM/FM, CDs, Sat Radio and iPod (Zone 1 in Salon – Zone 2 in Pilothouse, upper aft deck and fly bridge).

  • Sirius Satellite Radio

  • Gigabit switch with ethernet network connections throughout

  • Wi/Fi available in all areas.  Broadband Xpress scanable-bridge w/antenna provides strong wi/fi signals from 2-3 miles away


Electronics

  • (2) Furuno Navnet II Radar/Chart Plotter/Depth Sounder systems: Radar = 4kw and 12kw open array.

  • (3) 15 inch Furuno screens located PH

  • Furuno VX2 screen on Flybridge

  • VEI Marinized Ships-PC runs Nobeltec VNS Max Pro chart plotting/nav system w/ wireless keyboard and mouse.

  • Furuno FA-150 (Universal AIS) Automated Information System.

  • Furuno Navnet-II BlackBox Fish Finder/Depth

  • Two ICom VHF Radios, one in PH and one on FB w/remote extended back to PH – provides a two radio functionality in PH.

  • Furuno GP37 GPS in addition to Furuno Navnet and Nobeltec

  • (2) Furuno RD30 multifunction display in pilothouse

  • Furuno Satellite Compass

  • (2) Ritchie compasses

  • Furuno Sonic “Airmar” Weather station.

  • (2) SIMRAD AP25 autopilot with redundant systems, w/Accusteer pumps

  • AP controls in Pilothouse, Flybridge, and remote capability aft cockpit.

  • B&G wind instrumentation

  • B&G H1000 multifunction displays in pilothouse, flybridge, aft deck, and master stateroom

  • Windshield defrost system with 3 speed fan control

  • Weather Worx  – Satellite weather system


Engine Mechanical

  • Main Engine: Lugger L1276A ,6cylinder, 340 hp diesel with 3772 hours, keel cooled, 5″ drystack exhaust with HARCO muffler, coupled to a conventional 3″ shaft drive with Shaft Spurs shaft mounted line & net cutter system, and four blade fixed propeller. Accessed from the utility room through a large door, the spacious engine room offers full standing headroom, with ample space to access either side of the engine, and all of the machinery and equipment. In the aft section of the engine room is a door which accesses the lazarette

  • Lugger L984D auxiliary “Wing” Engine with 117 hours, V-drive, freshwater cooled, wet exhaust, 1 1/2″ shaft, Gori 24 x 16 three blade folding propeller, 72 hours

  • Murphy electronic engine and vessel systems monitors at both helms

  • Fernstrum Gridcooler CN1257U-E1 keel cooler

  • Twin Disc MG-5091SC Transmission with a 2.95:1 reduction gear

  • ABT TRAC Digital Hydraulic Stabilizers

  • MMC electronic controls at upper & lower stations, starboard Portuguese bridge, and starboard transom

  • Sidepower 24VDC bow and stern thrusters

  • Four thermostat controlled air-conditioning/reverse heating units (Salon/Galley, Pilothouse, Master Stateroom, Guest Stateroom)

  • Bauer Junior II Dive Compressor (240volt)

  • Kabola diesel fired circulating hot water heat with fan forced air handlers

  • Kabola system also heats domestic 40 gallon hot water heater

  • Lugger engine heat supplies heat to system when operating

  • Built-in Pressure Washer (1500 PSI) w/100ft of non-marking hose and reel

  • Headhunter Mach5 AC fresh water pump

  • Fresh water flow meter

  • 800 GPD Village Marine Watermaker

  • Fuel transfer and fuel polishing pump systems w/Racor 1000 filter assembly.

  • Secondary fuel transfer pump

  • (4) fuel tanks, (1) fuel supply resevoir, (1) wing engine day tank (2,290 total gallons)

  • Lube-oil pump-out system – hard plumbed to main eng, wing eng, genset, main transmission.

  • Seafire FE241 Suppression Systems in engine room and lazarette

  • Tank Watch 4 for black water and grey water tanks

  • Alarm for indication of water in fuel

  • (3) Raritan electric heads

  • 240V “Pacer” 280 GPM Damage control pump with 3 inch discharge 


Deck and Ground Tackle

  • Fully covered flybridge (Stamoid) bimini top

  • Winter (Stamoid) bridge, aft-stairway, and stack vent covers

  • Full set of covers for all external appliances and equipment

  • Custom cockpit awning

  • Flopper Stopper stabilizer pole

  • Aritex 1300 lb. stainless steel electric/hydralic Davit with power hoist, boom lift, and telescope

  • 2015 AB tender with 60hp 4-stroke outboard outboard and canvas cover

  • Magma Avalon Gas BBQ Grill

  • 110kg Rocna (243lb) Anchor, with 400 ft ½ inch high test chain

  • Fortress FX37 anchor

  • Anchor (separate) pressure washer located in chain locker

  • Maxwell 3500 vertical type electric windlass

  • Fresh water wash down at bow, stern, boat deck, and portuguese bridge

  • Scandvik hot/cold shower in cockpit

  • ARC-100 Remote Spotlight on FB with (2) control stations

  • (2) floodlights for boat deck

  • Swim platform with (4) removable stable railings


Electrical

  • Northern Lights 20KW generator in sound shield with 2867 hours

  • 4KW Xantrex inverter/charger with remote panel in pilothouse

  • Mass battery charger

  • TrueCharger 20 battery charger

  • 170 amp 24 volt second alternator for house/inverter bank

  • Olsun Isolation and Power Transformers for shore power and inverter feed

  • (12) Lifeline AGM 8D batteries for 24volt house inverter system

  • (2) 4D main engine starter batteries 

  • (2) Group 31 wing and generator start batteries

  • (2) Group 31 bow thruster and windlass batteries 

  • (2) Group 31 stern thruster batteries

  • (1) Group 31 12VDC for electronics

  • Xantrex battery monitor

  • Glendenning Cable Master Aft (50 amp 125/240 volt)

  • 50 amp 125/240 volt at bow and second for air conditioning

  • 30 amp 125 volt inlet at bow


Security

  • Paradox Marine Magellan Wireless sensors on all exterior doors
  • High-water bilge alarm
  • Low battery alarm
  • Smoke alarm – connected to (cellular) remote monitoring and control – plus global sat monitoring service ready.


Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.