Phanton – Nordhavn 46′

Phanton – Nordhavn 46′

About this Nordhavn 46′

PHANTOM is Hull #50 and a beautiful example of the very popular 46 Nordhavn. It has been some time since a 46 has become available that shows as well as this boat. She is better equipped than most with features like Naiad stabilizers and paravanes, bow and stern thrusters, diesel heat and a watermaker just to name a few. If you have been searching for a 46, don’t pass up the opportunity to see PHANTOM. She won’t last long!

  • Boat Name: PHANTOM
  • Year: 1996
  • Current Price: US$ 399,000 Tax Paid
  • Located in Palm Beach, FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
  • YW# 78861-2569955
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Product Description

About this Nordhavn 46′

PHANTOM is Hull #50 and a beautiful example of the very popular 46 Nordhavn. It has been some time since a 46 has become available that shows as well as this boat. She is better equipped than most with features like Naiad stabilizers and paravanes, bow and stern thrusters, diesel heat and a watermaker just to name a few. If you have been searching for a 46, don’t pass up the opportunity to see PHANTOM. She won’t last long!

  • Boat Name: PHANTOM
  • Year: 1996
  • Current Price: US$ 399,000 Tax Paid
  • Located in Palm Beach, FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
  • YW# 78861-2569955

Additional Information

Broker Details

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

Builder

Nordhaven

Boat Category

Motor Yacht

Model

Nordhavn 46

Model Year

1996

Year Built

1996

Year Refit

n/a

Refit Type

N/A

Country

United States

Registration #

N/A

Coast Guard #

N/A

Vessel Top

N/A

Cockpit

N/A

Helipad

N/A

Accomodations

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Specification Sheet

  • Builder: Pacific Asian Enterprises
  • Designer: Jeff Leishman
  • Flag of Registry: United States
  • Hull Shape: Displacement

Dimensions

  • LOA: 46 ft 0 in
  • Beam: 15 ft 5 in
  • LWL: 38 ft 4 in
  • Maximum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
  • Displacement: 51250 lbs
  • Ballast: 5600 lbs
  • Dry Weight: 60000 lbs

Engine

  • Engine Brand: Lugger
  • Year Built: 2000
  • Engine Model: L668D
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 5182
  • Engine(s) Total Power: 140 HP

Tanks

  • Fresh Water Tanks: Fiberglass (280 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: Fiberglass (1000 Gallons)
  • Holding Tanks: Fiberglass (50 Gallons)

Accommodations

  • Number of single berths: 2
  • Number of double berths: 1
  • Number of cabins: 2
  • Number of heads: 2

Galley

  • Two stainless steel Kitchenaid 2-drawer refrigerator/freezers; the top drawer on each unit is a refrigerator, and the bottom drawer on each is a freezer with ice-maker. Energy efficient. (new in 2011)
  • Extra lift-top hinged storage cabinet with light
  • Overhead locker in galley
  • Single under mount stainless steel sink
  • New sink fixture (9/13)
  • Corian counter top
  • Princess 3 burner electric gimbaled stove and oven
  • GE Profile Performance Microwave/Convection oven
  • Broan trash compactor

Electronics & Laundry

  • Asko Clothes Washer
  • Asko Clothes Dryer

Electronics & Navigation

  • Standard Horizon GX2100 VHF/AIS radio with distress, with 6db antenna
  • Furuno RD-30 digital depth and sea temp with separate sounder
  • Raytheon ST60 Wind speed and direction indicator
  • ICOM IC-M502 DSSC VHF radio with 9db antenna
  • ICOM IC-M710 SSB radio
  • SSB pactor data modem: SCS PTC -11pro
  • Weems & Plath – Two clocks, Barometer and Tide clock- Pilothouse
  • Weems & Plath Clock and Barometer – Galley
  • Standard Horizon SH1000 GPS/Chart plotter, includes charts,
      -US East Coast and Bahamas: C-Map Max (1 Mar, 2011)

      -Central America and Caribbean: C-Map Max (1 Mar, 2011)

      -West Mediterranean Sea: C-Map Max (14 Feb, 2006)

(Note: C-Map has a chart exchange program available for a nominal fee)

  • Camera switch for mast mounted stern facing camera (viewed on SH1000)
  • NavTex Nx-300 Electronic weather FAX
  • Furuno FCV-620 fish finder/depth sounder with separate sounder
  • Ritchie 5? Powerdamp compass
  • Garmin 740 Touch screen AIS/GPS/Plotter
  • Simrad Robertson AP20 auto pilot with gyro compass and pump
  • Simrad AP21 hand held remote auto pilot on long cord cord for ease of operation while moving about the pilothouse or seated at the settee
  • Furuno 1942 72mi radar with ARPA and 5’ open array
  • Simrad ARPA Radar/Plotter/Sounder with closed array
  • Iridium external antenna connector
  • GPS source switch for AIS navigation mode
  • KVH TracVision 4 DV3 Satellite TV system (Current owner has not activated service and does not guarantee it’s operation)

Deck & Hull

  • Hull painted with Awlgrip in 2011

Anchors

  • 120 lb. “Spade” anchor (Powerboats Reports: best holding anchor)
  • 400 ft. 3/8? HT chain primary rode (with 200 ft. 3/4” NE 3 strand spliced to the anchor chain for extra long scope)
  • At the ready, Fortress FX-37 with custom, quick release mount on port bow, to attach to 400 ft. of 3/4” NE 3 strand in the anchor locker
  • In the lazarette, stock 60 lb. CQR anchor, as a spare and for multi-anchor storm conditions; 30 ft of HT chain at ready in forward deck box for quick attachment
  • Additional anchors: 35 lb stern anchor; 15 lb Bruce for tender in heavy seas; 10 lb Fisherman for 2 anchor setup in storm conditions (all stored off the boat)

Foredeck

  • Custom awning with breathable UV-blocking grey fabric and zippered side sunscreens – Designed to also be used underway without obstructing the view from the helm
  • Custom forward bollard / Sampson post on foredeck
  • Maxwell VWC 3500 windlass with controls on deck and at helm in pilothouse  – rebuilt 2011
  • Dual anchor bow rollers
  • Freeman foredeck hatch accessing anchor locker with shelving for extra lines and rodes
  • Two dorades for stateroom ventilation
  • Fresh and raw water deck and anchor wash down spigots- forward
  • Fiberglass deck storage box, custom backing added with tie downs
  • Snap-on Texaline sunscreens for pilothouse windows and doors
  • Portuguese bridge deck with teak cap rail

Cockpit

  • Remote steering station with Mathers engine, bowthruster, and Simrad controls
  • Extra-long custom Sunbrella awning with zippered side sunscreens, all on stainless steel rails 
  • Swim platform with swim ladder
  • Teak ladder with hatch to upper boat deck area from cockpit 
  • Transom door for access to swim platform
  • Side boarding door on port side of cockpit
  • Fresh and raw water spigots
  • Gas Weber BBQ grill with custom cap rail fitting

Side Deck

  • Covered side deck to starboard with mid-ship boarding door
  • Custom stainless steel grab rails on port and starboard caprails outside of pilothouse; approximately 5 ft each. Great for extra lines.
  •  Six (6) aluminum storm plates for the salon windows

Upper Boat Deck

  • Remote steering station with Mathers engine, thruster, and Simrad pilot controls, plus others – boat deck – ideal for shallow water navigation
  • Mast and boom arrangement to support dry stack exhaust (with custom stainless heat protection cover) and to launch dinghy. Mast assembly also is used for mounting key antennas for electronics – VHF, radar, etc.
  • Custom dinghy chocks allowing engine to remain in the down position
  • Custom canvas cover for dinghy and motor
  • Boom winches: dual direction Rule V33R, 3/8”, 3300 lb., 12V DC
  • Aquascan 12 ft. RIB, with special Kevlar construction, center console, two benches, and custom stainless boarding rails with 25 H.P. 4 stroke Yamaha
  • Antenna brackets designed to fold down for bridge clearance
  • Two fiberglass deck boxes with custom backing plates and tie downs
  • 6 person Givens “Ocean” life raft (Out of date. needs service)
  • ACR EPIRB (Out of date, needs service update)
  • Mount for spare outboard engine

Electrical

  • 12 kW Northern Lights generator with sound shield (2736 hours on August 23,2013)
  • Freedom 25 2500 watt inverter/charger (with bypass switch)
  • 130 amp alternator on main engine, modified to charge with Balmar 3 stage regulator
  • 110 amp Balmar High Capacity alternator on main engine, with Balmar 3 stage regulator
  • Balmar “Centerfielder” controller, to optimize simultaneous use of both alternators
  • Lifeline AGM batteries (5 house + 1 main engine start)
  • Shore power connections amidships: 50A/240V & 30A/240V, with safety switch in pilot house
  • Power cords: 2 @ 50A/240V (25 ft & 50 ft.); 2 @ 30A/120V (25 ft. & 50 ft.)
  • European 240v plug outlets added in Pilothouse, saloon, master, and kitchen. Electrical wiring has been reset for USA standard – this can be easily reversed to European standard
  • Hubble YQ smart adapter, to insure successful connection of two 30A plugs for 50A/240V service

Mechanical

  • 140 H.P. Lugger 668D main engine – (5182 hrs on August 23, 2013)
  • Mechanical oil pressure and water temperature gauges in engine room 
  • Twin Disc MG-5050 transmission
  • 27 H.P. Yanmar 3GM3DF wing engine with separate shaft and Martec folding prop
  • Morse engine controls for wing engine
  • Fiberglass fuel tanks (earlier models are black iron)
  • Dual Racor 900 fuel filters with pressure gauge for main engine
  • Racor 500 filter for generator
  • Racor filter for wing engine
  • Nordhavn fuel transfer system with Racor 900 fuel filter pressure gauge and timer
  • (3)  Zone Cruisair MXII air conditioning units – with SMXII touch key pad LED displays.  Main saloon: 16,000 BTU; Pilothouse: 12,000 BT; Forward cabin: 12,000 BTU. Each air conditioning compressor is 240 volt AC 50/60Hz
  • Mathers electronic engine controls – three stations
  • Groco BMX360 oil change system for main, generator, and Yanmar wing
  • American Bow Thruster 12 V Max Power Model: Super Power 90 DUO 8HP.Bow thruster. Controls at all three (3) stations 
  • Upgraded to over sized Naiad model 254 active fin stabilizer system, with Multisea II electronic gyro  
  • High volume Naiad cooling pump (AC March LC3CPMD115), switch in starboard engine room hatch
  • Offshore Marine Labs watermaker Model NF-600 (600 gallons per day),   approximately 25 GPH – located forward port in engine room
  • Fireboy automatic fire extinguishing system in engine room
  • Larger than standard engine room door with viewing window and double gasketed, double dogged seal for much easier access
  • Hydraulic wheel steering system
  • Emergency tiller
  • PAR bilge pump with cycle counter
  • Rule High water bilge pump and alarm
  • Emergency bronze Edson manual bilge pump
  • Engine room blowers
  • Complement of extensive spares and extra equipment; representative examples below:
    • Lugger main engine alternator, injector lines, injectors, etc.
    • Electrical breakers (35), adequate to replace entire electrical panel in case of lighting strike
    • Essentially complete set of spares and rebuild kits for all fresh water, sewage, cooling and other type pumps, and systems
    • Multiple redundant set of fuel, oil, air, etc filters, for main, genset, Yanmar
    • Essentially complete set of spare hoses and hose fittings for fresh water, sewage, engine cooling, etc.
    • Multiple complete sets of zincs
    • Essentially complete set of electrical fuses for electronics and electrical systems
    • Essentially complete set of bulbs for house and navigation lights
    • Hookah re-breather system, for diving under the hull
    • Danon folding multi-gear bike
    • Extensive Cruising Guides for Maine down the East coast, and all of the Caribbean, all up to date; European cruising guides
    • Note: Most of this equipment is presently stored off the boat

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