Three: Stand up in owner head with door |stall in guest head with curtain | Cockpit shower
Splendide model WD2100XC combination clothes washer/dryer, vented
Seaward Princess Gourmet II three-burner propane stove and oven with broiler | GE Profile microwave oven | GE Monogram trash compactor |SubZero refrigerator with teak face in galley | SubZero refrigerator/freezer (ice maker) in stairs to pilothouse | Note: (2) Vitrifrigo stainless steel refrigerator/freezer drawers in pilothouse.
Teak and Holly hardwood throughout (covered with carpet)
Three: (1) Flojet electric, (1) Rule 3700 electric high water bilge pump | (1) Edson manual
1,200 gallons|4,542 liters (Two fiberglass primary tanks, one aluminum supply tank, one aluminum wing engine supply tank)
50 gallons |189 liters (One fiberglass tank)
50 gallons |189 liters (One fiberglass tank)
180 gallons |681 liters (Three tanks. Both saddle tanks unusable)
Sea-Fire engine room fire suppression system | USCG safety package| EPIRB |Viking RescYou Pro 4-person offshore life raft | High water bilge pump and alarm
Most photos taken January 2021
Note: All information is believed accurate but should be verified.
LAYOUT: Main and Lower Deck – Saloon, Galley, Staterooms and Heads
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Cayenne is hull number one of the extremely popular Nordhavn 43 series. The Nordhavn 43 was developed after the 2000-2001 Nordhavn 40 Circumnavigation and was designed to replace the legendary Nordhavn 46. PAE/Nordhavn created the Nordhavn 43 as a two stateroom, two head, owner operator trawler for long distance cruising.
Cayenne’s profile is striking with her flybridge and paravane rig. Like many important adventure cruising aspects, she has built in redundancies. There are two forms of propulsion: her keel cooled, dry stack exhaust Lugger main engine and a Yanmar v-drive wing engine. For stabilization – paravanes and active fins. AGM batteries with an inverter and a charger. Two voluminous fiberglass fuel tanks with sight glasses. For comfort and convenience, a robust Northern Lights generator and air conditioning. You’ll enjoy Vitrifrigo and SubZero refrigeration/freezing. A combination laundry appliance will keep your clothes fresh and a durable watermaker is installed to replenish your fresh water needs.
The saloon and galley comprise the entry level. The saloon has a great view through the outboard window with seating on both sides and storage underneath the settees. The large custom table is wonderful for dining. There is a three-burner propane stove in the galley, refrigeration, microwave oven, trash compactor and numerous lockers and drawers.
Cayenne’s pilothouse features a Stidd helm chair directed to an efficient and organized layout of navigation and communications controls. You will appreciate quick access to breakers, engine controls and other vessel essentials. This pilothouse is a popular gathering spot with the settee aft and ideal for taking in the view ahead from the inside.
The lower level has the guest stateroom forward with three single berths, solo to starboard and over under bunks to port – all connecting to a shared head with toilet, sink and shower. The owner cabin is aft where it is a softer ride at sea and has an ensuite shower, fresh water head and medicine cabinet above the sink.
The machinery spaces are divided with the lazarette aft and entered through the cockpit hatch. The engine room is spacious enough to move about for inspections and routine maintenance.
On deck you will appreciate the extended swim platform when arriving by dinghy. The cockpit has boarding access from three sides. The starboard side deck allows for safe outside travel between the cockpit and pilothouse. A classic Nordhavn Portuguese bridge fronts the pilothouse and has a gate to the foredeck to facilitate managing your ground tackle. The boat deck is accessed from the port side and the RIB is mounted aft and athwartships. The mast supports the main exhaust column and has a rotating boom with electric winches for dinghy launching and paravane outrigger retrieval. Up three short steps you enter the flybridge with two helm chairs, navigation displays and a protective Bimini above.
ACCOMMODATIONS and LAYOUT:
The Nordhavn 43 is a full displacement trawler with proven ocean crossing capabilities. The performance aspects have been designed for functionality, utility and reliability. The interior features finely crafted teak joinery, granite countertops balanced with white laminate inserts with teak and spruce soles. You will appreciate the placement of windows and lighting for visibility as well as hatches, portlights and dorade vents for air circulation. The interior includes air conditioning for climate control. The layout aboard Cayenne has a pleasing, natural flow transitioning from one area to the next.
SALOON: The saloon is entered through a Dutch door. The saloon and galley make up the entry level. There are settees on both sides of the saloon for sitting (and sleeping). The teak and spruce wood soles are covered by indoor/outdoor carpet squares. There is a drop-down access floor hatch to the engine room. Flat screen television port aft. Forward locker by pilothouse stairs houses the Splendide laundry appliance. The interior accommodations are air conditioned.
Dutch door entry from the cockpit
Upholstered settees with storage underneath
Manual activation pull for engine room fire suppression
Carpet protection over teak and spruce wood floors
Opening and fixed windows outboard on both sides
Flat screen television wall mounted aft port corner
Stereo system for listening to music
Forward locker for laundry appliance
Spendide 2100XC combination clothes washer and dryer (vented overboard)
Teak storage racks
Teak dining table with starburst pattern (includes protected cover)
GALLEY: The galley is forward to port and simultaneously spacious and compact enabling easy meal preparation and stable cooking. Essentials include refrigeration, freezing, propane stove and oven, microwave, trash compactor and double basin sink. Storage lockers and drawers stow all of the galley utensils, plates, bowls, mugs and glass ware.
Seaward Princess Gourmet II (3) burner stove top with oven
Xintex propone control panel
GE Profile Spacemaker II microwave oven
SubZero Refrigerator with teak face
SubZero combination refrigerator freezer with stainless steel face in stack by stairs
GE Monogram trash compactor with teak face
Double basin stainless steel sink with Grohe faucet
Storage locker below sink
Teak and spruce sole
Forward storage lockers with sliding louvered doors
Overhead storage locker with access doors
Multiple storage drawers
PILOTHOUSE: Forward from the entry level you ascend a short flight of stairs up to the pilothouse. You can continue forward to the curved stairway that leads to the lower level. The pilothouse has two Dutch doors outboard for immediate deck access. Aft is watch berth (with slide out extension) and a settee that is fronted by fixed teak table. A Stidd helm chair provides a comfortable command perch. Key nav/com and ships operating equipment are mounted for a quick view and easy reach in the forward dash and overhead panels. The electrical breakers are labeled and protected. Additional refrigeration is provided by the Vitrifrigo drawers.
Furuno TZ Touch 15″ display with screens for chart plotter, radar
Furuno FI-50 Multi repeater
(2) Furuno GP32 GPS WAAS Navigator
Wind and Depth
Furuno F1-50 analog Wind with digital read out for wind speed, depth and boat speed
Lugger main panel with analog gauges and key
Morse cable dual lever controls
Yanmar panel with analog RPM and key |T-handle controls
Wing engine analog hour display
Northern Lights start panel with analog gauges
Side Power lever toggle control
Maxwell remote toggle
Naiad Multisea II stabilizer panel
Switch to activate cooling pump
Comprehensive Nordhavn breaker layout with digital displays and select switches
Magnum with digital display
Xantrex Link Pro digital display
Village Marine remote panel
Under table foot landing
Imtra control pad
Air horn button
Fusion 700 radio, CD Player and speakers
Nordhavn manual, assorted systems and equipment binders
Sea Fire display for engine room
Alarm – water in fuel
Bilge pump counter
Aqualarm Digital counter
(2) Vitrifrigo stainless drawers
The lower level has both staterooms and heads as well as access aft to the engine room.
GUEST STATEROOM: Located forward below the foredeck, this stateroom was custom ordered to sleep three in single berths. The forward head and shower includes a fresh water toilet and sink with medicine cabinet.
Over / under single berth bunks to port
Single berth to starboard
Opening portlights port and starboard
Overhead opening hatches with screens
Teak and spruce soles with hatch access to tanks
Raritan Atlantes electric fresh water toilet
Y-valve for head
Stand up stall shower with curtain
Sink undermounted into granite counter
Mirrored medicine cabinet with storage
OWNER STATEROOM: The owner stateroom is amidships with the bed turned athwartships. The head and shower is to starboard. There are two hanging lockers and many drawers. The forward bulkhead has a large mirror. The floors are teak and spruce. The head has a large shower stall with bi-fold door, granite counter with sink and medicine cabinet and the fresh water toilet.
Island berth sleeps two
Two portlights outboard
Mirror on forward bulkhead
Raritan fresh water head
Y-valve for head
Stand up shower with bi-fold door
Granite counters with undermount sink
Holding tank level sensor
Fresh water level sensor
ENGINE ROOM: The primary engine room access is through the teak faced door with viewing window aft in the owner cabin. The Lugger main engine is keel cooled with a dry stack exhaust. The outboard primary fuel tanks are fiberglass and have sight glasses. The Yanmar wing engine to port provides independent propulsion. The Northern Lights generator has sound shields. The fuel distribution is via a forward supply tank and uses manifolds and Racor fuel water separators.
Lugger main engine – keel cooled, dry stack exhaust
Yanmar wing engine with isolated aluminum fuel tank
Northern Lights 8kW generator
Naiad MultiSea II active fin stabilizers
Bronze through hulls and strainers
Sea Fire – fire suppression
Electric bilge pump
High water bilge pump
LAZARETTE: The lazarette houses the steering gear, watermaker, hot water tank, emergency tiller, air conditioners, batteries and inverter/charger. This is a large space that serves to store the extras most cruisers accumulate.
Village Marine water maker
Magnum 3,000-watt inverter
Xantrex 1,800-watt charger
Seaward 11-gallon hot water tank
Hynautic steering ram with valves
Cockpit hatch locking mechanism
SWIM PLATFORM/COCKPIT: The cockpit (aft deck) has access from the extended swim platform and boarding doors on both sides. Each side of the cockpit has a full height boarding door with scupper flat at the base. This area has storage lockers and is trimmed with a varnished teak caprail.
Custom swim step deck extension
Deep reach swim ladder
Cockpit hot / cold freshwater shower
Large hatch access to lazarette below
Hawse pipes for mooring lines
Varnished teak cap rail
Paravane fish storage sockets
Fresh and sea water taps
Propane locker – vented overboard
Rod/boat hook storage racks overhead
Barbeque mount (propane Magma BBQ)
Step up to starboard side deck
(3) Access gates to cockpit
SIDE DECK/PORTUGUESE BRIDGE: From the cockpit you can step up to the starboard side deck and transit up to the Portuguese bridge. The shore power connections are outside of the pilothouse. The Portuguese bridge deck has an access door to the foredeck and wraps around the front of the pilothouse continuing aft to reach the boat deck from steps on the port side
Side deck with stainless rails along starboard side.
Shore power connections
Portuguese bridge provides a safe path forward of the pilothouse
Hinged gate to foredeck
FOREDECK: The Maxwell windlass is atop a guttered anchor well with a Freeman hatch access to the chain locker below. There two deck hatches above the forward cabin and forward head. Two built in fiberglass storage boxes. Two dorade vents. The life raft is mounted to port.
Maxwell VWC 3500 windlass
50 KG Bruce anchor
Chain locker with shelves
Two built in fiberglass deck boxes
Dorade scoops for natural air ventilation into each cabin
Life raft mounted on cradle
BOAT DECK: This is a large deck with tall stainless steel safety railings. The mast supporting the dry stack exhaust pipe runs up from the engine room through the muffler console. The boom is rigged with cables and blocks for dinghy launching and to position the paravane outriggers. The dinghy is mounted athwartships and is on a raised mount with room below for storing gear. The starboard side deck has been used for bicycle storage in the past (no bikes included mounts have been removed).
Highfield 10.5 RIB with mounts and securing straps
Honda 15 HP outboard
Forespar mast and boom
Electric boom winches in console
Paravane outriggers with longer spreaders, rigging and water drag fish
FLYBRIDGE: Up a couple of steps on the port side of the boat deck you arrive at the flybridge. This upper deck has a folding Bimini top. There are two helm chairs side by side and a clever ‘jump’ seat between them and aft. From the starboard seat you can operate Cayenne – angled helm, autopilot, main engine controls, bow thruster, VHF radio and more. The forward console has access doors for storage.
Stainless steel tubes, foldable, weather resistant blue cover
(2) chairs | Folding cushion seat
Aluminum angled with turning knob
Lugger display with analog gauges | Double lever Morse controls
Locker door access to large storage space forward of helm
US Coast Guard safety equipment (flares, fire extinguishers, discharge and trash plaques, horn, life jackets, throw ring, etc.)
Sea-fire engine room fire system
EPIRB mounted on boat deck
Viking 4-person life raft mounted in cradle on foredeck
ADDITIONAL BROKER COMMENTS:
Cayenne is a US Coast Guard Documented vessel. Cayenne is loaded and ready to head right back out to sea. The current owners have done an exceptional job looking after her.
Exclusions: Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed. Items excluded include, but are not limited to Paintings, tools, handheld nav gear and binoculars. Owner’s personal effects and clothing will be removed prior to closing.
Disclaimer: Jeff Merrill Yacht Sales, Inc. presents the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor guarantee or warrant the condition of the vessel. Buyers should instruct their agents and their surveyors to investigate all details the buyers desire validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Brokerage: JMYS is a US based (licensed and bonded yacht brokerage in California, Florida and Washington) with an international emphasis specializing in ocean capable trawlers and recreational tugs. Our brokers are experienced boaters, most are trawler owner/operators with thousands of hours and miles at sea. We treat our clients with respect, we are responsive and not pushy. Our focus is to become your loyal advocate, always looking out for your best interests. The team at JMYS has extensive trawler and motor yacht product knowledge and our skills are available for coaching after the sale has concluded.
Co-Brokerage: Fellow yacht broker association members: Cayenne is available for Co-Brokerage.
*Listing broker. Jeff Merrill, CPYB (Certified Professional Yacht Broker) has extensive product knowledge of the trawler market plus direct experience with the Nordhavn 43. He helped clients build several new 43’s (Taiwan and China) during his 14 years with PAE and continues to be active in the Nordhavn brokerage market. Jeff is a familiar face to YouTube viewers and a regular presenter at TrawlerFest. He writes about trawlers for Ocean Navigator and PassageMaker magazines and is one of the online instructors for Boaters University.
This listing specification has been approved by the sellers for accuracy. The photos, images and descriptive content are copyrighted by JMYS and may not be copied or used without specific written permission. All inspections are by appointment only. Please contact listing broker, Jeff Merrill, CPYB by phone, text or email for additional information or to schedule your personal showing. Jeff is always available via Mobile (949) 355-4950 (call or text). You can send a detailed Email to: Jeff@JMYS.com.