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News: New From Nordhavn; The N51

Discussion in 'Nordhavn Yacht' started by Yacht News, Jan 19, 2021.

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  1. Pacific Asian Enterprises Announces New Nordhavn N51
    Fresh for 2021 is news from Pacific Asian Enterprises (Nordhavn) of the introduction of the Nordhavn N51. You can see this as the slightly larger sister of the already well-received N41. The Nordhavn N51 will be built CE Certified Category A. It will mimic the same production-like structure, which places emphasis on a set, streamlined build order instead of individual customization. Already tooling is underway for the new N51 and layup for the first hull is expected by March this year.
  2. It was only just announced, but the first seven hulls of this new model are already taken by owners. According to the current schedule the first hull is expected to be completed in eighteen (18) months. Construction of the N51 will be done in concert with the N41 in Turkey at their partner factory. Onboard you can expect a two-head, two stateroom layout and many of the same features of the N41 but with more space around the boat. Like all Nordhavns it is designed to be a serious at-sea boat for passagemaking.
  3. A look at some of her preliminary specifications suggest she is 50.9-feet overall with a beam of 15.8-feet and the draft is 4.9-feet. Displacement has been calculated at 71,575 lbs. The fuel tanks are capable of holding 5,489 LT of fuel for long passages at fuel-sipping speeds. They feed dual John Deere 4045AFM85 M1 160 bhp engines. Nordhavn has not disclosed the anticipated range of the N51 as yet. She will be produced as a complete boat that includes stabilizers, bow thruster, and davit among other items as standard. By mid-2022 we should be seeing a live N51 in the water, stay tuned!

    For more information:

    Nordhavn Yachts Northeast
    45 Water Street
    East Greenwich, RI 02818

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