57 Nordhavn

Now available for showing in Portland, Oregon!

The two words that best describe New Fidelity are elegance and redundancy. Her professionally  decorated interior and gourmet galley will delight her next owners. Her two engines, two  generators, two navigation systems, two helm chairs in both the pilothouse and flybridge, two  VHF’s, two depth gauges, two independent GPS’s, two compasses (mechanical and digital), five  throttle and bow thruster stations, three electric bilge pumps, plus a crash pump off one of the  main engines, two refrigerators, two freezers, two inverters, two battery chargers, two fresh water  pumps, etc. will ensure safe and comfortable passage making.

During New Fidelity’s first seven years she cruised northern New England and Nova Scotia  waters approximately 100 hours a year. When not in use she enjoyed inside heated storage in  Booth Bay Maine. The next five years she’s cruised the US Eastern seaboard and the  circumnavigation of America's Great Loop and the Bahamas. She is the only 57 Nordhavn that  can complete the “Loop” due to the ability to remove her twin stacks. She is one of coveted  four hulls built as a twin and is very fuel efficient. During the past five years she has traveled  flawlessly from Miami to Maine, Bahamas, Vancouver, Puerto Vallarta, Balearic Islands to Spain  and Southern Italy. She has been professionally maintained, serviced on a rigorous schedule  with service records to prove it.

Luxury and offshore capability are two qualities that stand out on the Nordhavn 57, and they are clearly demonstrated everywhere in this well planned, beautifully developed yacht.

OWNED BY A SINGLE ASSET LLC.  Consult your tax professional to understand the specific benefits which may be available.

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Year: 1998
Current Price: US$ 950,000 (04/18)
Located in Portland, OR
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
YW# 79574-3203981
Central/Exclusive Listing
Available for co-brokerage
Description Full Specs
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Boat Name
LOA: 60 ft 7 in
Beam: 17 ft 7 in
LWL: 53 ft 3 in
Minimum Draft: 6 ft 2 in
Displacement: 120000 lbs
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Lugger
Year Built: 1998
Engine Model: 6125A
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 3500
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 325 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Lugger
Year Built: 1998
Engine Model: 6125A
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 3500
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 325 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (500 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 4 Stainless steel (1700 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (60 Gallons)
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3

• Twin upgraded Lugger 6125 engines with approximately 3,500 hours

• Wet exhaust

• Walker commercial grade air-sep air filters

• Twin disc transmissions

• Secondary Racor fuel filters on mains and singles for each generator

• Fuel transfer and polishing system

• Added fluorescent lighting to engine room

• Naiad stabilizers

• American Bow Thruster hydraulics - 11 gal. reservoir

• Controls for bow thruster at all five operating stations

• Fireboy fire suppression with engine and blower shutdown including manual release

and custom override switches

• 1,700 gallons fuel in four fiberglass tanks

• Spurs line cutter on main shafts

• Reverse oil change system for mains, and generators

• Three (3) Electric bilge pumps with alarms, fwd, mid and aft

• Starboard main engine can act as a high volume emergency bilge pump

• Micro Commander and ABT controls in pilothouse, flybridge, port & starboard

Portuguese wings, and stern operating stations

• Four (4) Cruisair air conditioners and four controls

• Engine room fresh water outlet

• Props treated with Prop Speed

• Bow thruster blades treated with Prop Speed

• Water injected dripless shaft seals

• Two (2) EPIRB’s

• Marine binoculars

• Black & Decker dustbuster

• Three (3) Delta blowers in engine room, (2) 110v and (1) 12v

• Trickle charger for dinghy

From the cockpit you enter the saloon with an L-shaped built-in settee to port with adjustable teak table, stereo locker, T.V., Sub-Zero ice maker and bench seating to starboard. Moving forward and to port is the large U-shaped galley across from the day head to starboard, side door and stairs leading to the stand up engine room. Moving forward up several steps you find the large pilothouse with two helm chairs, seating with table, electrical distribution panel, port and starboard pilothouse doors that access the Portuguese bridge and a separate set of stairs that lead up to the flybridge and boat deck. Continuing forward from the pilothouse to starboard, you descend a set of curved stairs leading to three separate cabins along with two separate heads and showers.



• Walk around port and starboard side decks

• Three stateroom layout

• Forward sloped pilothouse windows for extra room

• Custom tinted windows throughout

• Custom boot top striping

• Teak and spruce flooring

• Stainless steel handrails throughout

• Tempurpedic king size mattress

• Custom bedding & comforters

• Additional storage throughout

• Teak in master cabin

• Solid surface Corian counter tops in galley and heads

• Custom cabinetry on starboard side of saloon that includes media locker

• Flat screen T.V. in custom cabinet on starboard side

• Lockers throughout have teak interiors

• Custom flybridge guest seating, completely enclosed

• Fire extinguishers throughout

• Emergency signal flares

• Life jackets

• Owner’s manuals for all onboard equipment and systems

• Screens for all five doors


Two custom helm chairs

 Custom printer/fax drawer

 Three overhead cabinets

 Three custom overhead air vents with screens

 Weems & Platt clock and barometer

 Stainless ship's bell

 Simutalk headsets and Motorola walkabouts



Northstar 6100i GPS with stern video

 Dual KEP Marine 15” pilothouse monitors

 Furuno NavNet 3D GPS/radar black box processor and control unit; updated 2017

 Interlinc Versapoint RF mouse and keyboard

 Furuno radar with RSB 0070-059 6kw 1942 Mark 2 with4.0 open array

 Furuno 6kw HD radar with 4.0 open array

 WAAS satellite antenna for NavNet

 Nauticast Class B Automatic Transmitter/Identifier System (AIS)

 Two ICOM VHF radio/hailer/automatic fog horn in pilothouse and bridge

 Airmar PB100 weather station

 Furuno AD-30 display for weather station

 Robertson AP300X autopilot with remote control; updated 2017

 Powermax 4KMR-30U cell phone amplifier

 Iridium phone connected to antenna

 XM WX weather receiver and antenna

 Robertson IS11 2 depth finder

 Link depth finder

 Furuno FVC 667 color sounder/fish finder

 Upgraded Danforth constellation compass

 Alden AE-3300 Marinefax HF receiver

 Ritchie digital compass

 Sired rudder angle indicator

 ARC RCL-100C searchlight with remote control

 AM/FM stereo receiver

 Satellite TV plays through KEP displays

 IslandTime Bullet FIFI system

 Lenovo Think Center hard drive, HP W1858 screen with electronic charts for Mediterranean, Caribbean, Canada, Bahamas, US and Great Lakes

KVH M5 satellite TV

• Autopilot repeater

• Furuno 12.1” 3D NavNet multifunction display (new 09)

• ICOM VHF/hailer/automatic fog horn

• Upgraded Dan forth constellation compass

• Ritchie digital compass

• Start/Stop for 20 kiwi generator/hydraulics for bow thruster

• Sired rudder angle indicator

• Custom chart holder

• Two depth finders

• Shakespeare 2020/2030 Omni-directional TV/FM antenna

• ARC RCL-100C searchlight controls

• Compressed air access for blow-up toys

• Fresh water wash down for dingy and motor flushing

• Full Isinglass enclosure for flybridge

• Matching protective covers for all seating and table

• 406 EPIRB with automatic release

• Two chairs


• LG satellite TV


• Speakers

• Sub-woofer

• CD changer for 8 CDs


Master Stateroom:


Guest Stateroom:
• Custom hydraulic lift for bed for storage and locker access



Bunk Room:



• KVH 4 satellite TV with Gyro compass

• Custom S/S hinged arch for upper radar

• Custom S/S hinged pedestal for KVH satellite

• Removable twin stacks with custom spreader lights (stacks can be removed for inside storage and circumnavigating America's Great Loop)



• Northern Lights 20 kw generator with sound shields with approximately 2,000 hours

• Northern Lights 8 kw generator with sound shields with approximately 2,000 hours

• Two (2) Trace – 2,500 watt pure sine wave power inverters/chargers

• Glendenning Cable Master shore cord retrieval system with 50 amp 75’ shore power cord

• Stern shore power inlet

• Seven (7) Lifeline AGM 8-D batteries for house bank totaling 255 amp hours each

• Six (6) Lifeline AGM 8-D engine starting batteries (two for each main and one for each generator)

• Wired for TV and telephone

• Zinc bonding system

• Two galvanize isolators in bonding system

• Xantrex house bank battery monitor

• Two (2) Xantrex 50/60Hz backup battery chargers with monitors


• Liebherr refrigerator/freezer

• GE Café gas stovetop with five burners

• GE microwave/convection oven

• Blue Star Restaurant gas oven

• Bosch dishwasher

• Three (3) propane tanks

• Marine propane detector



• Three (3) Headhunter toilets

• Fresh water carbon filter for shore water

• Two (2) GE fresh water filtration systems

• Tank Tender monitors for all four fuel tanks

• Separate Sub-Zero freezer

• Separate Sub-Zero icemaker

• Grohe plumbing fixtures

• Cockpit console with sink

• Vented washer and dryer

• Tank Tender monitor for both fresh water tanks

• Spectra MCP 5000 720 GPD water maker with pre-filter and auto flush

• Two Hunter fresh water pumps

• Fresh water distribution system allows tank fills without opening deck through hulls

• Tank Watch monitoring system for black water

• Three (3) pressurized tanks for fresh water, toilet water and salt water anchor wash down


• Fresh and raw water anchor wash for bow and stern

• Fresh water hot and cold shower on stern

• Fresh water wash down on boat deck for dinghy and outboard motor flushing

• 14’ Novurania, console, fiberglass bottom, and running lights with depth finder, digital compass, VHF radio

• 50 HP 4-stroke Honda

• Dingy boat cover

• Boat deck privacy curtains

• Frigibar Skipper freezer/refrigerator on boat deck

• Hinged, custom stainless electronic antenna arches

• Two helm chairs on flybridge

• Upgraded flybridge table

• Custom raised L shaped settee on flybridge

• Saloon window storm plate receptacles

• Fixed stainless flybridge bimini top with Acrylon on top

• Six person Lifeline life raft with hydrostatic release

• Maxwell VWC 3500 windlass

• Rocna #55 anchor with 400’ of stainless steel 7/16 chain (anchor new 3/09)

• 125 lb. custom Bruce type anchor with 50’ of stainless steel 7/16 chain with 300 ft. of rope

• Danforth storable storm and stern anchor with 300’ of line

• Upgraded custom bow anchor roller assembly

• Scandvik hot & cold cockpit shower

• Stainless steel pilothouse window washer/wipers

• Upgraded Kahlenberg air horn

• Bow and stern flag sockets

• Stainless swim ladder

• Spare parts

• Large 120V floodlights for upper boat deck

• 1,300 lb. Nick Jackson hydraulic davit boom and hoist with power rotation

• Bulbous bow

• Covered varnished teak cap on AFT deck rail

• Coast Guard safety equipment

• Six (6) Prostock grey fenders (18” x 42”)

• Screens and covers on all opening windows, doors and hatches

• Spotless wash down water filtration system

• Newly painted hull – Awlgrip Kingston Grey


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