Sleek, modern, seaworthy, the Nordhavn 41’s profile is deliberately low providing a stable and comfortable ride. After Nordhavn’s Chief of Design, Jeff Leishman, designed the preliminary hull lines, profile and general arrangement plan, PAE engineer Phil Arnold worked on the CE Category A compliance as well as the structural engineering.
Electrical Engineer Mike Telleria has designed an electrical system with European and US electrical environments in mind. Vripack Yacht Design, then put the hull through a complete Computational Fluid Dynamics test program where the hull form was analysed and modified to maximise efficiency and optimise running angles. The study resulted in significant improvements in performance, all of which have been incorporated into the final hull lines.
The boat is also equipped with ABT Trac 220 stabilisers. All these features means the average cruising duo can take on any itinerary with great confidence whether crossing to the South Pacific or exploring around the Pacific Northwest.
The Nordhavn 41 is available with a single owners cabin or with two cabins if frequently hosting guests. Her double side decks allow easy movement when docking (and her compact size is a bonus as berthing options above 50 feet have become a premium world-wide). Plus there is a list of outstanding standard options to provide a thoroughly fitted-out boat.
The yacht is being fitted with two Kubota 75 hp diesels that are low pressure turbo-charged but mechanically injected.
Following in the wakes of her bigger sisterships, the Nordhavn 41 has commitments on two hulls already secured.
The Nordhavn 41 will be built at Pacific Asian Enterprises brand new partner factory in Turkey and hull one is slated to deliver in time for her debut at the 2020 Dusseldorf Show.