Nordhavn 62 For Sale

  U.S Trawler

Advert Ref1114
StatusFor Sale
Price1,575,000 dollars
Year Built2003
Length 67' feet change to meters
Air Draft23'9
Engine ManufacturerJohn Deere
Fuel TypeDiesel
Number of EnginesSingle
Engine Power HP340
General DescriptionNordhavn 62

Boat Name
Amazing Grace

Builder: PAE
Designer: Jeff Leishman
Flag of Registry: United States

LOA: 67 ft 0 in
Beam: 19 ft 4 in
LWL: 55 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 125000 lbs
Ballast: 9000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 23 ft 9 in

Engine Brand: John Deere
Engine(s) Total Power: 340 HP
Engine Model: 6125 AFM1
Engine Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Cruising Speed: 9 knots
Maximum Speed: 10 knots
Range: 3500 nm
Year Built: 2003
Engine Hours: 1200

History of N62-26, Amazing Grace

The vessel was commissioned September, 2003 and piloted by PAE personnel with the initial owners aboard, to La Paz, Mexico. Dan Streech, PAE's President, was aboard and wrote an engaging story about the trip that was published on the PAE website. The vessel was returned to Dana Point by a professional captain in 2004. When the vessel was offered for sale, the main engine registered approx. 300 hours.

The current owners purchased N62-26 in March, 2005 and christened her “Amazing Grace”. The interior was upgraded with custom carpets, wood shutters and leather appointments.

A professional captain accompanied the new owners to Ensenada, Mexico until June, 2005. During that time, the owners received formal operating instruction and achieved official competency status to operate the vessel independently in coastal waters. Amazing Grace was then piloted north to San Francisco and then on to Anacortes WA in June, 2005. Since that time, she has plied the waters from the San Juan Islands north through Canadian waters to Alaska.

The vessel is utilized 2-5 weeks at a time, spring thru fall. A typical trip takes Amazing Grace to a remote area, where few other pleasure boats travel. She drops anchor in secluded locations for days at a time; the owners use her as a base for exploring the area by tender to Amazing Grace, christened, "Grace".


Main Salon

•Custom leather cushions and stools
•42” Sony plasma TV on INCA lift system
•Bose Lifestyle stereo system with DVD player; throughout boat, inside/out
◦Individually controlled speakers: covered aft deck-bow-pilothouse
•Wide-slat wood blinds
•Custom carpets throughout
•Central vacuum system

•GE Microwave
•GE propane cook top and leak detection system
•2 Sub Zero refrigerators
•1 Sub Zero freezer
•GE Profile oven
•Stainless sink with Grohe faucet
•GE dishwasher
•GE trash compactor

•ASKO stacking washer and dryer
Master Suite

•Panasonic 22” LCD TV

•SIMRAD FU50 follow-up steering lever installed on captain’s chair
•GE 9 CF chest freezer
•Carlisle and Finch XY2EDE-RF spotlight
•Electrically adjustable STIDD chair
•Custom sunshades

Additional InformationElectronics

•Garmin GPS12XL handheld GPS
•ICOM M15 handheld VHF radio
•2-ICOM M602 VHF radios
•FURUNO Navnet 1934C/NT radar chart plotter
•FURUNO BBWGPS Navnet GPS receiver
•FURUNO BBFF1 Navnet sounder
•FURUNO FR2117BB Black Box radar
•2-Nauticomp display monitors
•2-SIMRAD AP20 auto pilot displays C/W J300X control box
•SIMRAD FU50 auto pilot remote control
•Irridium ICHU1000 satellite telephone
•KVH Fleet 55 Mini M satellite phone system
•KVH Tracvision 6 television antenna
•B&G H1000 display
•FURUNO SC60 GPS/Compass system
•B&G wind system
•2-Computer systems
•SIMRAD FU50 follow-up steering lever installed at Command station starboard of Portuguese Bridge
Deck Equipment

•Flopper stopper rig for use at anchor – include poles, rigging, custom flopper stoppers and storage
•400’ ½” HT chain
•300 lb ARITEX S/S plow anchor - highly polished fitted with extended anchor
•Maxwell 12VDC capstan winch in cockpit
•Stern bustle with large deck hatch, rails, shower and boarding ladder
•Gasoline storage tank (aluminum), in STB foredeck deck box
•Upper deck seating assembly with cushions and tables
•Upper AFT deck awning
•Two Switlick 6 person life rafts each with mounting and hydrostatic release installed on top of pilothouse
•DAVIT 1000 KG capacity
•15’ Caribe Tender (depth sounder/fuel guage/I-COM radio/ski-bar)
•Dingy cradles installed with tie down system
•Custom motorcycle cradle fashioned in stainless steel
•(3) 12 VDC lights in awning structure
•(3) 120 VAC deck lights, (1) for bustle, (2) to light up foredeck
•Abundance of quality fenders and mooring lines
•Custom fender hooks embossed with vessel’s name
•Tools include air compressor, DeWalt drill kit
•Matching canvas covers on tender, hatches, davit and anchor windlass

•Main engine upgrade to John Deere 6125 AFMI w/electronic control 340 HP
◦Approx 1,260 hours
•Twin disc electronic controls for main engine with stations at pilot Portuguese bridge engine room and cockpit console
•John Deere 4045 DSM 85 HP wing engine with Martec propeller installed hydraulic pump
◦Approx 225 hours
•Dry exhaust and keel cooling system for main
•Spurs line cutter on main engine shaft
•Two village marine 800 GPD water makers installed with fresh water sterilizer and remote control panel under work bench port side
•Deluxe hydraulic system
•Hydraulic pump mounted on wing engine PTO
•25 HP bow thruster with 4 control stations
•25 HP stern thruster with 4 control stations
•Windlass Maxwell 3500
•180 GPM emergency bilge pump to 3 wt compartments
•180 GPM anchor chain wash system
•Proportional controls
•ABT TRAC #254 stabilizer system with 9 sq ft fins and digital controller
•(2) ACCU-Steer HPU 150-12 auto pilot pumps installed with auto pilot brain
•New and used lube oil tanks in engine room on port side with oil change system for main, wing and generator
•Hot water circulation system
•800 gallons of fuel aboard, typically burns 5 gal fuel per hour @9kts

•Two 50 AMP 60’ 120/240 shore power cords
•Upgrade to universal electrical system which enables vessel to operate from 240 VAC 60 HZ,120 VAC 60 HZ or 230 VAC 50 HZ and produce up to 8KW as a “Cruising Generator” while underway with the main engine including;
◦Two 4024 (24 VDC) inverters with series stacking option of 8 KW of inverter power
•Separate 12 VDC and 24 VDC battery systems
•Olsun 12 KW isolation transformer
•Charles 80 AMP 24 VDC charger
•Electodyne 250 AMP 24 V alternator – hydraulically driven from main or wing engine
•LEECE-NEVILLE 200 AMP 12 V alternator – Belt driven from the main engine
•6 KW Northern Lights generator mounted in bustle
•Provide 12 VDC wires to Windlass area for use with back-up DC Windlass Motor
•20 KW Northern lights generator in engine room

The vessel is maintained to a high standard. The owners take an active interest in preventative care and regular maintenance, seeking out the advice of professionals on a scheduled basis.

Amazing Grace is hauled periodically for inspection, re-zinc, and bottom-painting. Haul outs have occurred in Newport Beach, Sidney and Bellingham, the last inspection performed May, 2011 (Pettit SR Pro paint and Prop Speed).

Annual engine-room maintenance includes:

•Sea strainers cleaned, typically twice per season
•Oil/filter changes to Main, Wing and Gen-sets
•Pencil zincs as required, annual & 3-month intervals
•General inspection by professional mechanics, noting recommendations and comments for additional preventative maintenance. Most recent inspection of this type was completed by Philbrooks Boatyard in June, 2011
•Impellers are routinely changed every two years
A library of manuals for each system is maintained aboard. Additionally, an Owner's Manual dedicated specifically to N62-26's installed systems, compiled by the builders, is the world's best example of a useful text.

The deck is maintained to a high standard with a constant eye to preventative maintenance.

•The 400 ft main anchor chain has been reversed end-to-end, davit cable to the 1000 Kg davit has been replaced and new rigging lines for the flopper-stopper system have been installed
•New covered aft-deck canvas installed by Philbrooks in 2010
•The 15' Caribe tender is serviced annually.
•Fiberglass hull polished, UV protectant applied to the tubes
•Outboard engine (60 HP Yamaha) fully serviced, battery moved indoors to a battery-tender
The starboard bow is outfitted with a custom-built motorcycle cradle in stainless-steel that accommodates virtually any brand or size. Off/on-loading a motorcycle to the dock by way of the davit/crane (also utilized to off/on-load the tender) can be accomplished in minutes.

Additional Comments

•Complete owner's Manual
•Extensive 4 page spares list

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.

Hull ConstructionGRP
LocationAnacortes WA
CountryUnited States
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