About this Yacht
54 ft 4 in
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Builder: Pacific Asian Enterprises
Designer: Jeff Leishman
LOA: 54 ft 4 in
Beam: 16 ft 1 in
LWL: 48 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 11 in
Displacement: 90000 lbs
Total Power: 165 HP
Engine Brand: Lugger
Engine Model: 1066T.2
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3841
Engine Power: 165 HP
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Maximum Speed: 9 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: Fiberglass (400 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Fiberglass (1670 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3
LOA 54'-4" (16.56m)
LWL 48'-3" (14.71m)
Beam 16'-1” (4.9m)
Draft 5’-11” (1.8m)
Displacement 90,000 lbs. (40.82 mt)
Internal Bal.: 7,400 lbs. internal lead (3.36mt)
Main Engine: 164 hp Lugger 1066T.2 (main engine, 3,841 hours)
Transmission: ZFW 220 3.96:1
Wing Engine: 40 hp Lugger L844D John Deere (wing engine, 138 hours)
Generator: 20kW Northern Lights (1,058 hours)
Fuel: 1670 total: 1600 gals. (6,312.6 l.) in 2 main tanks, plus 70 gal. supply tank
Water: 400 Gals. (3,312 l.)
Stabilization: ABT TRAC 220 active fins
Bow and Stern Thrusters: Side-power 24-volt, 10.7 hp each
Coastal Cruising Speed: 8.0 knots
Ocean Crossing Speed: 7.0 knots
Maximum Speed (WOT): 9.3 knots
Hull Color: Light gray
Superstructure Color: White with light gray anti-skid pattern
Boot Stripe Color: Black
Enter from the aft cockpit through the aluminum Dutch door. There is a crescent shaped settee to starboard with a fixed dinette table. The upholstery is Ultraleather. The teak and spruce salon sole is covered with an anti-skid backed, bound edge carpet with a 3" reveal to expose the teak and spruce wood around its perimeter.
The galley is at the port forward end of the salon and communication between the galley and salon is unimpeded. The space in the galley has been optimized for both dry goods and cold storage. In the galley are two energy efficient Vitrifrigo refrigerator drawers and across ahead of the settee are two Vitrifrigo freezer drawers. The drawers contain items securely and reduce the amount of cooling lost when opened.
To starboard of the galley there are steps up to the pilothouse. Because of the hallway interior layout, there is room in the pilothouse for twin helm chairs. The Lebroc chairs are upholstered in black Ultraleather. The chairs are located comfortably in reach of the instrument console and leather covered destroyer wheel.
With the settee aft of the helm chairs, the pilothouse becomes a comfortable place for a group to gather underway. Aft and up from the settee is a watch berth, allowing an off-watch crew member a comfortable, handy place for a rest.
Forward raked windscreens aid in shedding water and eliminate light reflecting from the electronics during night operation. Inside the windscreen are large upper and lower instrument consoles.
The instruments mounted into the upper and lower consoles display very legibly. To starboard is the electrical distribution panel with digital meters that allow the systems to be monitored easily.
Outboard to starboard and a few steps down and forward of the galley is the hallway access to the engine room and two staterooms. The hallway affords the easiest engine room access of any of the available Nordhavn 52 interiors.
The hallway also includes access to the Bosch washer and dryer neatly enclosed behind louvered doors. The two staterooms are accessed first, the mid-cabin with its full head ensuite, then the forward head and forward cabin. Both heads include showers.
The single main engine is a time and distance tested Nordhavn configuration. With dry stack exhaust and the Nordhavn gravity feed fuel system, the propulsion system is the most reliable of any in service. It has been tested over many years and millions of cumulative miles, including those racked up over numerous transoceanic passages dating back to the introduction of the Nordhavn 46 in 1988.
The raw water pump on the main engine has been eliminated in the keel-cooled configuration. There is no raw (outside) cooling water intake in this system to ingest weed, plastic, or marine growth, and therefore, no rubber pump impeller to wear out or disintegrate.
Exhaust gas from the engine is discharged from the dry stack well above the deck and superstructure to eliminate the “station wagon effect” of pulling the exhaust along with the boat underway. Exhaust noise is diminished because of the absence of the “water-hammer effect” of the cooling water discharged at the waterline.
- Lugger 1066T.2 diesel engine rated at 165 hp at 2,400 rpm
- Engine has 24-volt 175-amp Leece-Neville large case alternator, with Balmar external regulator, for house battery bank charging, plus 24-volt 40-amp small case alternator for engine start battery charging
- ZFW 220 main engine transmission with a 3.96:1 reduction gear
- Transmission also fitted with a trolling valve with vernier control and indicator light at the pilothouse helm, for fishing
- Fernstrum Grid “keel” cooler
- 4” Dry stack exhaust
- Morse cable engine controls for both main and wing engines
- Engine analog gauges and Murphy “Powerview” digital display
- 2-1/4" diameter Aquamet 22HS propeller shaft
- Main shaft packing gland temperature monitor system to wheelhouse
- Spurs line cutter on main propeller shaft
- Propeller is a four-blade 34" diameter x 32" pitch bronze
- Main engine fuel filter is a Racor 75-900FGX2 (duplex) with valve-over capability from one side to the other
- Lugger 844D 40 hp wing (“get-home”) engine with dedicated propeller shaft and Gori folding propeller.
- Wing engine has its own shaft and propeller. There is no cross-linking of power to the main shaft, which would be rendered ineffective if fouling of the main engine propeller would occur.
- Wing engine has its own 40-amp alternator which can be brought into the charging circuit if needed
- Wing engine has Morse cable controls. Control head and instrument panel are mounted in the pilothouse. If needed, the wing engine can be started and operated immediately from the pilothouse.
- Port and starboard 800-gallon (nominal) fiberglass fuel storage tanks with man-sized access ports and internal removable baffles. Fuel supply pick-ups are at the bottom of each tank to create a simple gravity feed system. Each tank is fitted with a sight gauge.
- 1 ea. aluminum 70-gallon aluminum supply (manifold) tank fed by gravity from the storage tanks via ¾" supply lines. Supply tank has a water/debris sump with a drain and Racor water sensor connected to an alarm in the pilothouse, creating the first line of defense against contaminated fuel. As the lowest point in the fuel system, the supply tank provides a concentrated pick-up point for maximum usable fuel.
- Fuel transfer system uses a Walbro fuel pump to move fuel from tank to tank, or a tank back to itself, through a Racor 900 fuel transfer filter, filtering fuel whenever transfer is taking place.
- The wing engine tank is only filled via the fuel transfer system, ensuring that all of the fuel in it is clean. Fuel to the wing engine is filtered through a Racor filter again in the supply line from the tank to the engine.
- Fuel system allows for “batch feeding” (pre-filtering) suspect fuel to the 70 gal. fuel supply tank before distribution to the filters for main engine and generator
- Reverso oil change system plumbed to main engine, generator and wing engine
- Side Power 24-volt 10.7 hp bow and stern thrusters with controls in pilothouse, on flybridge and at cockpit control station
- Wireless remote controls for thrusters – will allow operation of the thrusters from the dock, useful when tying up.
- Air-conditioning – Marine Air 16,000 btu unit in salon
- Webasto diesel heating system throughout interior
- Steering system – Hynautic hydraulic, with bulkhead mounted destroyer type wheel.
- Steering system manifold is valved to accommodate the Accusteer autopilot pump
- Rudder stock is 2" in diameter supported at the upper end by roller bearing with grease fitting and at the bottom by a bronze shoe
- Emergency tiller and cross-over valve for steering system back-up
The engine room is insulated with 2" foil faced leaded foam, covered with aluminum perforated plate. The aluminum engine room door is also sound insulated and has a viewing port.
The maintenance strakes contoured into the hull underbody allows a flatter main engine shaft angle for propeller efficiency as well as increased space in the engine room to walk around the engine.
There is easy access to all of the mechanical systems in the engine room. The Lugger wing engine is to port and the Northern-Lights generator is to starboard.
There is a fresh water spigot in the engine room.
A stainless steel railing around the engine provides security during engine room inspections underway.
The engine room is ventilated with 2 ea. Delta-T exhaust fans (manually reversible) and two extraction fans forward.
4 ea. LED overhead lights in the engine room and lazarette provide plenty of illumination.
An engine room Speco Marine color day/night viewable waterproof camera mounted forward is viewable on the pilothouse monitor
- LED overhead lighting is mounted throughout the interior
- 220-volt 60 Hz AC electrical system with inlets on foredeck
- 30-amp inlet in addition to the 50-amp service above
- 2 ea. 50’ 50-amp 125/250 shore power cord
- 2 ea. 50’ 30-amp shore power cord
- 24-volt DC electrical system
- Electrical distribution panel in pilothouse with 24 and 12-volt, and 110 and 220-volt service, and service volt and ammeters
- High current DC buss fuses are located in one covered locker in the lazarette
- 12kW Northern Lights generator
- Outback 3.5kW inverter/charger
- Inverter bypass switch
- Charles boost transformer (2013) – very useful in marinas in the Pacific Northwest
- Olsun isolation transformer
- Olsun balancing transformer
- 6 ea. 8D AGM house batteries – new late 2017
- 2 ea. 8D main engine start battery – new late 2017
- Thruster and windlass batteries – new late 2017
- 2 ea. 4D wing engine/generator start battery
- All underwater metal is bonded with 6 ga. green wire
- Lightning ground – Forespar wand on masthead with #6 wire to a Guest dynaplate on the hull
- Victron Skylla auxiliary 110-amp, 24-volt battery charger mounted in lazarette. Accepts 50/60hz and 85-400 volts.
- Flojet heavy duty 24-volt pressure water system pump
- Isotemp 20 gal. dual heat exchanger water heater
- Hot water re-circulation system vastly reduces consumption
- Saltwater Sureflow Powerblaster washdown pump with hose bibs on foredeck and in cockpit
- Freshwater spigots at bow, stern and in engine room
- 400 gallon, baffled, fiberglass tank laminated with FDA approved gelcoat surface. With large inspection port and Wema tank level gauge in pilothouse
- 110-gallon fiberglass gray water tank. The shower sumps and washing machine all drain to it. The galley sink may be selected to drain into it. There is a Tank Watch 4 level indicator and Sealand T-24 pump and manual back-up pump for evacuating tank through the hull where appropriate. Tank also has deck discharge fitting.
- Tecma toilets in master and guest heads – fresh water flush
- 120-gallon fiberglass black water tank with Tank Watch level indicator and 2 ea. T-24 electric pumps for gray and black water, cross-connected for redundancy, for evacuating tank through the hull where appropriate. Tanks also has deck discharge pipe.
- Cruise RO watermaker with manual operation manual flush?
- Through hull functions are labeled
- Forward raked wind screens for water shedding and pilothouse electronics for glare reduction
- Upper and lower instrument consoles for excellent nav instrument visibility
- Twin Llebroc helm chairs upholstered in black Ultraleather
- Teak and spruce cabin sole
- Bound edge carpet with anti-skid back and 2" reveal all around
- Teak dinette table
- Dinette settee Upholstered in red Ultraleather – some spare onboard
- 12-volt outlet
- Port and starboard Dutch doors
- Fabric covered removable headliner panels
- Flush mounted LED overhead lighting
- AC/DC electrical distribution panel
- Generator control and instrument panel
- Outback inverter remote panel
- Leather covered stainless steel steering wheel
- Morse cable engine controls for main engine
- Morse cable controls for wing engine
- Windlass control
- Main engine, wing engine, and generator gauge panels mounted in instrument panel
- Ritchie 4.5" compass
- DC chart light
- Sea Fire engine room and lazarette system alarms mounted in the upper instrument panel
- Bilge pump cycle counter mounted in the upper panel
- Racor water alarm from sensor in engine room fuel supply tank
- Chelsea clock and Barometer on the upper panel
- Windscreen defrosters with fan controls from Webasto heating system
- Granite counter top
- GE Profile gas cooktop supplied by 2 ea. 20lb. propane tanks in cockpit locker
- Stainless steel searails around cook top
- Xintex SA-2A propane control and detector
- GE Profile electric oven
- GE Profile microwave oven with exhaust fan and light
- Vitrifrigo refrigerator drawers – 120vac or 24vdc
- Vitrifrigo freezer drawers – 120vac or 24vdc
- Broan trash compactor
- Drawer storage below counters
- Double stainless-steel sink set outboard to port leaving lots of counter prep space.
- Y-valve in sink drain line allows direct overboard or draining to grey water tank
- Raised counter section aft of galley sink conceals activities and objects there
- Grohe faucet
- Optional storage lockers forward of cooktop – three sliding doors
- Pantry space has been customized over standard
- Windows all around provide light and panoramic view from the dining area
- Ultra Leather upholstery on settee cushions and ottoman. Color “Dogwood”.
- L-shaped settee to starboard
- Custom ottoman/seat with hinged top to access storage inside
- Settee on port side
- 2 ea. sconce lights
- Phantom screen on aft door to cockpit
The references below refer to the two cabins either of which could be “guest” or “master”. Both have convenient access to heads and ample storage, which is an example of the versatility of Samba’s interior.
- Double bed with custom mattress
- Drawer storage under bed
- Two hanging lockers with camphor wood lining
- Carpeting over teak and spruce cabin sole
- Two large opening ports with screens and shades
- Furuno multi information display at bedside
- Reading lights
Mid Cabin Head:
- Granite counter top
- Tecma Silence Plus fresh water flush head
- Shower headroom is 6'-1.5”
- Vigo wall mount sink faucet
- Tile flooring
- Opening port
- 2 ea. medicine cabinets with mirrors
- Centerline bed
- Desk to port
- Ample drawer and locker storage
- Reading lights
- 3 ea. Lewmar deck hatches with Oceanaire screen/shades
- Two large opening ports with screens and black out shades
- Removeable bound-edge carpeting for easy removal and cleaning
- Granite countertop
- Tecma Silence Plus freshwater head
- Shower has 6’- 2.5” headroom
- Grohe sink faucet
- Opening port
- Tile flooring
- Large medicine cabinet with mirror
- TV in port aft corner of main salon above port settee
- Shakespeare 14” omnidirectional marine TV antenna
- Fusion AM/FM/CD Sirius capable stereo system in pilothouse with Fusion 6” high performance speakers in salon
- 2 ea. Furuno NavNet 3D 12.1” Multifunction displays
- Radar 1 - Furuno 6kW radar antenna with 4’ open array – 64nm Ultra high definition
- Radar 2 – Furuno 4kW radar dome antenna – Ultra High Definition
- 21” computer monitor
- A Nav computer can display on large central screen – (computer not included)
- Furuno NavNet 3D hub
- Maretron NMEA 2000 bus
- Charts: Jeppesen charts Alaska to Panama, including western Canada
- Furuno NavNet DFF1 depth sounder/fish finder
- Furuno dual frequency 50/200 1kW with temperature
- Furuno FA50 AIS system with digital 8’ antenna, GPS, with viewer software for viewing on Nobeltec and Furuno plotter systems
- Furuno RD 33 digital repeater (remote data display) in pilothouse, and bedside in both staterooms
- Furuno Wind instrument
- Simrad AP50 autopilot
- Accu-Steer HPU100 autopilot pump with soft-shift valves
- Icom M604 VHF radio with DSC
- Icom M324 back-up VHF with cross-over antenna switch (manual switching)
- Icom M802 Single-Sideband radio with Icom AT140 antenna tuner, has email modem capability, connected to counterpoise ground plane
- Shakespeare Galaxy 23’ SSB antenna
- Beam basic Iridium cradle and external antenna for Iridium 9505 phone
- FLIR Thermal imaging camera with joystick control, viewable on center monitor or laptop, if fitted
- Siren Marine security system with motion detectors, shore power interruption alarm, high water alarm, and very loud intrusion alarm
- 10 min. crew alarm for alerting operator
DECKS, COCKPIT, EXTERIOR
- Deep bulwark above starboard side deck
- Boarding door through starboard bulwark
- Portuguese bridge forward with 2 ea. storage lockers
- Transom door leads to extended swim platform
- The extended platform also provides good boarding access when tied up either port or starboard side-to
- Clever wet gear hanging hooks on davit standpipe in cockpit
- Fiberglass ship stack
- Highfield 12’ Euro (offset) console tender with 20hp fuel-injected Tohatsu outboard (2020), and Garmin chart plotter/depth sounder
- Steelhead 600 davit
- Maxwell 3500 electric windlass with foot switches on deck and control in pilothouse
- 121 lb. Rocna anchor with 325’ of 3/8” hi-test anchor chain (2019)
- Chain stopper
- Anchor bridle with chain hook plate, and heavy rubber snubbers
- Fresh water washdown on foredeck and in cockpit
- Saltwater washdown on foredeck and in cockpit
- Flopper stopper rig for at-anchor stabilization
- Bow towing eye 12” above waterline
- Additional wings added to stack for antenna and deck light mounting
- Additional exterior handrails: single over steps from Portuguese bridge to starboard side deck, single over interior steps from pilothouse, long handrail from Portuguese bridge aft until 18” forward of teak cap rail in cockpit, L-shaped handrails port and starboard on upper transom corners
- Full cockpit enclosure with breeze door on starboard side deck
- Awning extending from boat deck over cockpit aft
- LED deck lights
- 2 ea. orward focused LED “driving lights” on bow pulpit for detecting flotsam or crab pots
- 2 ea. forward focused LED’s mounted on radar mast
- 120-volt duplex outlet
- 2 ea. 12-volt plugs for downrigger power
- 2 ea. downrigger mounts
- 2 ea. Kayaks, with paddles, PFD’s, and spray skirts
- Kayak mounts
- 6 ea. mooring lines
- 10 ea. fenders
- 2 ea. fender boards.
- Numerous spares including autopilot pump, 2 ea. freshwater system pumps, 4 gallons of Pettit Trinidad Pro bottom paint ($1,500 prox. Value), and many more
- Engine room fire suppression – Current Seafire control box with auto engine, generator and blower shutdowns, plus manual pull cable. Alarm in pilothouse.
- Lazarette fire suppression – pull cable operated. Alarm in pilothouse.
- Xintex SA-2A propane detector in galley
- Emergency tiller steering
- Coast Guard safety equipment
- 6 ea. Inflatable PFD’s
- Ditch bag and barrels
- “Crash” mat
- Rule 3700 electric high-water bilge pump with Ultra Senior float switch and alarm in pilothouse
- Jabsco electric bilge pump
- Edson manual high-capacity bilge pump operable from salon
- High capacity 180 gal/min. Pacer 240-volt driven “crash” pump with priming system integrated into house water system
- Winslow 6-person, offshore, double floor, valise pack, liferaft (due for service)
- Throwable life ring with strobe and heaving line
- 4 ea. Storm plates for largest salon windows
- MARAD Exemption for permitting charter service in all Alaskan waters – specified on ship’s Document
- Artwork can be included, or returned to Sellers
- None, as is