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Name: 47
Length: 47
Hull Type: Displacement
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 1,450 gals.
Model Years: 2003—2008
Draft: 5'6"
Beam: 16'1"
Water Capacity: 400 gals.
Waste Capacity: 120 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The Nordhavn 47 is a ballasted, full-displacement trawler designed to carry her owners in safety and comfort anywhere in the world. Like all Nordhavns, the 47 is built to quality standards seldom encountered in a production yacht including commercial-grade doors and windows, redundant systems, and solid fiberglass hull construction. Entering from the cockpit through a large Dutch door, the elegant salon is arranged with a dinette to starboard and full settee to port. Forward, the U-shaped galley includes Sub-Zero refrigeration and a granite counter that serves as a breakfast bar. The interior is light teak with a satin finish and teak and spruce flooring throughout. The heart of the Nordhavn 47 is her ship-like pilothouse with its dinette, Stidd chair, watch berth, and handsome wraparound helm. Below, both staterooms have private ensuite heads. The standup engine room is reached from the master stateroom. A 40hp Yanmar auxiliary diesel is located abaft of the main engine. A single 170hp Lugger main engine—keel-cooled with a dry stack exhaust—will cruise the Nordhavn 47 at 8 knots with a range approaching 3,000 nautical miles. About 60 of these exceptional yachts were built.


Heavy-weather trawler with ballasted hull carries owners in safety, comfort anywhere in the world.


Deluxe interior has salon offset to port leaving a single, starboard-side walkway from cockpit to bow. Master stateroom is amidships; guest stateroom has head forward, berth aft for maximum comfort. Note Portuguese bridge, office/nav station, auxiliary diesel, dry stack exhaust, keel cooler (to dissipate engine heat).


Tall bow can punch through very heavy seas.


Single Lugger diesel will cruise at 8 knots for nearly 3,000 miles.

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