Nordhavn 46 – PARASANG ($325,000.00)2019-09-11T12:34:30+00:00

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Nordhavn 46 Parasang JMYS -1
Nordhavn 46 Parasang JMYS -2




Langkawi, Malaysia


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PARASANG is hull 36 (out of 83) and was delivered to her original owners in 1994.   She has made several ocean voyages throughout the years, including passages from San Diego to Hawaii, and Hawaii to Singapore in 2011.  Purchased in Singapore, October 2011, she was immediately sailed to Langkawi Is. Malaysia with plans to cruise the Australian Kimberleys, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.  The birth of a baby daughter in 2013 reversed the decision to cruise full time for the present owner, and so the vessel has been used for various runs between Malaysia and Thailand during the last few years for scuba diving and fishing adventures in the pristine South East Asian waters.  Reluctantly, the owner is now offering his passage-maker for sale as his personal commitments preclude ardent cruising.  PARASANG now awaits the start of the next chapter in her life, and represents a golden opportunity to own an ocean capable vessel at reasonable cost, in an inviting cruising local.

This vessel is a great example of a ‘Keep-it-simple’ passagemaker.  By using rudimentary and redundant systems, (i.e. stabilization by paravanes) this vessel inspires confidence offshore.

The list of upgrades to the vessel, and equipment included in the sale are impressive.  The vessel has been professionally maintained since 2011, with particular attention to the main vessel systems.  900 man-hours of interior teak work was done, as well as the below-waterline hull professionally re-glassed, hull repainted, non-skid decks repainted, and rails glassed for extra water protection.  As you read on below, you will continue to see many examples of the additional investment put into this vessel over the years, and all will benefit her next owner.

PARASANG features the master stateroom midships layout (Plan A arrangement) with a large walk around island berth.  A centerline companionway leading from the salon provides entry into the master stateroom, and divides the lower level with a head to starboard (with accompanying shower) and the master island berth to port.

The salon and galley offer a large gathering area with the choice of going forward by stepping up to the pilothouse to take command or stepping down to the lower level with staterooms, heads and engine room access.

This standard Nordhavn 46 arrangement also affords a forward stairway to the guest and master staterooms from the pilothouse. A Pompanette helm chair takes pride of place while providing comfortable operations underway. The pilothouse is fronted by the Portuguese bridge which grants you entry to the foredeck or you can head aft along the port side to reach the boat deck where the ships tender is secured.

Arriving by dinghy you will appreciate the custom-made swim platform and diving ladder.  At a marina, you can enter the vessel from the starboard-side hull door, located amidships.

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Entering the salon through the aft sliding door from the cockpit you are welcomed by a large living area that merges the salon aft with the galley forward.  Her custom reverse L-shaped settee to port has a teak table for dining and faces bench-style seating with a flat screen TV to starboard.

The galley is situated on the port side with the grey Surrell counters creating a generous surface for meal preparations at anchor, or at sea.  The galley stove has been upgraded to a 3-burner, Force-10 propane stove, and has Norcold door-style refrigerator/freezer and Princess 1100 watt microwave.

There are steps that descend to the lower level staterooms, just starboard of centerline.  Another flight of stairs ascend to the pilothouse on the starboard side.  The lower steps lead to the master stateroom which features a large island berth to port, and head to starboard.  The guest cabin (situated forward) can also be accessed through the master cabin, which is a bonus feature of this layout.  The guest stateroom is generally accessed from the pilothouse stairs running down the starboard side, to a landing area that has doors to both the master cabin and the guest cabins.

The heavy-duty Splendide combo clothes washer/dryer is located in the pilothouse stairwell.

Arriving in the pilothouse you will notice a professional-grade Pompanette helm-chair which is actually rare on a N46.  The pilothouse has a settee with table aft and a watch berth behind that.  There are two doors that lead to the outside decks.

From the cockpit, you can go forward along the starboard side, under a covered side deck, up to the pilothouse and continuing into the Portuguese bridge.  PARASANG’s foredeck has a spacious feel to it, open and uncluttered, which simplifies anchoring.

The boat deck is accessed from the port side of the Portuguese bridge and this is where you will find the new APIS tender.  You can also step up to the pilothouse roof where the myriad of antennas and life raft are mounted.


The main salon is inviting and cozy, with great views of your surroundings and offers a wide selection of places to sit; and a large teak table for dining.  This is an ideal place to gather whether underway or at anchor.  On the starboard side, there is a small built-in bench-style settee.  This settee could be used as a sea-berth for a crew member while underway, if desired.  A large flat screen monitor is located above this settee, affixed to the aft bulkhead.  All occupants in the salon and the galley have a commanding view of the screen and outside surroundings.  A vertical stainless-steel  pole (support for the dinghy mast/boom) is positioned centerline, and provides a convenient hand-hold at sea.

  • White Venetian blinds on salon windows
  • Large teak dining table
  • Teak and spruce soles
  • Starboard aft storage locker
  • Starboard aft built-in and upholstered seat
  • Centerline amidships entertainment locker
  • Large entertainment monitor / navigation repeater
  • DVD Player with feed to salon and master stateroom
  • TV receiver on mast to tune in local broadcasts
  • Cruisair SMX-II air conditioning control (for salon A/C unit)
  • Air conditioning and heat controls
  • Forward (pilothouse stairs) locker cabinetry with louvered locker doors


The galley is a virtual extension of the salon as the dividing counter makes it easy to pass food to the table and whoever is doing the cooking is always a part of the conversation.  Of course, there are plenty of lockers and drawers to store all of your cooking essentials.

  • Grey Surrell counter tops
  • Custom stainless-steel backing above stove
  • Princess 1100 watt microwave oven
  • Force-10 (3) burner propane stove and oven
  • LPG breaker
  • Norcold door-style fridge/freezer
  • Pentek 2 micron filter on galley fresh water system
  • Full range of new appliances included
  • Large single basin stainless steel sink centered on forward counter
  • Teak and spruce soles
  • Assortment of lockers and drawers
  • Appliance barn
  • Trash bin


PARASANG has a very spacious stateroom midships for the owners.  Port lights, fans, and a functional design provide plenty of ventilation. The bulkheads are white laminate, ‘Herreshoff style” and create a light and airy feel, while the port hull side is lined with teak slats.  The cabin soles are teak and spruce.  A desk/bureau/dresser area (with several drawers and a mirror) is located on the after bulkhead, and on either side of the island berth sit bed-side cabinets (all in teak).  The Berth is situated in a port-starboard (athwartships) orientation.  A large bookcase lies above the bed, and the cabin has five storage lockers with louvered doors for better air flow.  There is a large cedar-lined hanging locker on the port-forward corner, and a smaller one in the port aft corner.  The master sleeps two on a comfortable inner-spring, cushion mattress.

A door forward, leads to the forward landing area providing access to the guest cabin, and up to the pilothouse.  The master head is located on the starboard side of the cabin, with the head entrance being opposite the foot of the bed.  You can close the hallway door in the salon area to isolate the master and master head as one suite.

  • Queen sized island berth
  • Inner spring mattress
  • Opening port lights
  • Dorade vent natural air flow
  • Air conditioning and heating
  • Hanging clothes lockers
  • Lockers and drawers
  • Teak and holly soles
  • Entertainment monitor


The head is at the base of the steps that lead to the master, with the Head doorway on the starboard side.

  • Surrell counter top with special order white sink
  • Single basin sink
  • Mirrored medicine cabinet
  • Vacuflush freshwater toilet
  • Towel racks
  • Shower with curtain and built-in seat
  • Opening port light
  • Vanity mirror


The pilothouse on PARASANG is outfitted with a great assortment of the most popular cruising, navigation, and communications gear.  There is a custom drop-down table on the port side which enables an additional charting area at sea, or quick access to the boat deck while at anchor.

There is a Pompanette helm chair behind the wheel, which is a bonus for this size of Nordhavn.  This is a marvelous and practical location to take command of PARASANG, in complete comfort with full control.

The stainless-steel destroyer wheel is on centerline and the dash area includes Morse lever controls for the main and wing engines as well as an extensive array of navigation electronics including installations in the overhead.  The visibility through the forward windows provides an excellent view of your cruising waters.

To port, the cabinetry houses the ships electrical breaker panel as well as the generator and wing engine start displays.  The aft section has an athwartships settee with a teak table for “behind the

scenes” seating and a watch berth aft of the seating area.  A wet locker resides at the starboard end of the settee.  Another unique feature of this Nordhavn 46, is the ‘access hatch’ to the galley – ideal for passing snacks and beverages to the helm, while at sea.


  • Pompanette helm chair in blue Ultraleather
  • Lugger main engine panel and Morse dual lever controls
  • Yanmar wing engine panel and Morse dual lever controls with pull stop
  • Northern Lights generator panel
  • F-C-I 600 GPD Water maker controller remote panel
  • Maxwell anchor windlass controller
  • ITR Hurricane heater control panel – Not used, condition unknown
  • Chart light
  • Windshield wiper toggle
  • Horn
  • Settee table
  • Ritchie power damp steering compass
  • Robertson AP 300X and Simrad AP24 autopilots with two steering pumps. Valve manifold under the bridge console
  • RC JMA-2300 analog radar
  • Raymarine EC120W touch screen radar and GPS receiver
  • Raymarine remote control panel and display to salon monitor
  • Interphase 200Hz forward and vertical looking sonar
  • Navico 180Hz forward looking sonar displaying to separate wheelhouse monitors
  • NavNet 3D, Raymarine EC120W and Simrad GO7XSE for sonar displays
  • Furuno GPS Navigator and antenna
  • Raymarine GPS receiver and antenna
  • Furuno AS-50 AIS and antenna
  • Furuno MU120C-monitor, and small 9” standard VGA monitor for rear-facing CCTV camera
  • Raymarine T-4 9Hz pan-tilt IFR FLIR night vision camera and joystick control
  • Furuno FCV 628 color sounder
  • B&G Network depth sounder, spare Furuno 6100 sounder
  • Separate B&G Network wind and speed instruments
  • Icom IC-M604 VHF, 2 x VHF antennas above the bridge
  • Shakespeare loud hailer speaker
  • Aft-facing CCTV feed to pilothouse monitor


The guest stateroom is located forward and may be accessed via the stairs leading down from the pilothouse, or via the master cabin through-way. The guest head is directly forward of the guest cabin and provides access to the anchor locker.  There is one double bed to port and one bench-style settee to starboard, providing comfortable accommodation for two.  The overhead hatches and portlights outboard allow plenty of light and ventilation.  The varnished teak is beautifully balanced to feel rich and open.  Numerous lockers provide a selection of storage options.

  • Opening port lights
  • Opening hatch overhead
  • Hanging lockers
  • Drawers
  • Office desk with chair
  • Mirror
  • Dorade vent
  • Air conditioning
  • Fishing rod storage racks

GUEST HEAD – forward

This head is also the access point to the anchor locker

  • Surrell counter top with under mount sink
  • New Raritan head
  • Medicine cabinet with mirror
  • Shower with curtain and built-in seat


The laundry appliance is located in the forward stairwell leading down from the pilothouse.

  • Splendide 2000S combination clothes washer and dryer


Access to the engine room on the 46 is accomplished in different ways depending upon the interior layout configuration.  PARASANG (hull 4636) has a smaller door in the master shower which for most is the convenient and practical entry.  Another popular choice is dropping down into the engine room, through the salon floor through a dedicated hatch.  The engine room on the N46 is referred to as a ‘crawl around’ as you work your way aft around the engine on center.  In the aft section of the engine room, the wing engine is to port and the generator to starboard.  The starboard forward corner includes the fuel manifolds, water maker, fuel transfer pump and engine room air intake fan.  Forward to port you have easy access to intake-strainers, the inverter, hot water heater and more.


  • John Deere Lugger 6414D –  140 HP,  Trojan 8D – 230 AH starter battery
  • 90 amp alternator
  • Keel cooled, dry stack
  • Twin Disc transmission
  • Dual lever engine controls
  • Gortex shaft packing seals (main and wing shafts)
  • Yanmar 3GM30F –  30 HP wing engine,  175 AH starter battery
  • 8 kW Northern Lights generator in sound shield with water lift muffler, 175 AH starter battery shared with Wing engine.
  • Dual Racor 75/900 FGX fuel filters
  • Four fuel tanks with color coded valves and sight glasses
  • Fuel supply, return and transfer manifolds
  • Fuel transfer pump
  • Fuel transfer system with Racor 500 filter
  • Sealand T Series electric holding tank pump (aft holding tank)
  • Oil change system (plumbed to main and generator)
  • Hot Water fed from Hurricane diesel hot water system (16000 BTU) heater feeding all cabins and pilothouse. (system not in use |  condition unknown)
  • Magnum MagnaSine MS2812 2500 watt charger/inverter
  • Fireboy engine room fire suppression system (last certified 2017)
  • LED engine room lights
  • F-C-I Aquamizer 600 GPD compact water maker (120VAC)
  • Lewmar electric bow thruster
  • Cruisair air conditioning –32,000 BTU – salon, pilothouse, staterooms
  • (2) 3600W Victron galvanic isolation transformers accept 220VAC shore power. and deliver 120VAC to a new Magnum 2812W inverter charger . Installed July 2015
  • Robertson and Simrad autopilot pumps
  • Rule 4000 (4000 GPH) emergency bilge pump
  • Jabsco 36600 Series 8 GPM bilge de-watering pump
  • Ultra Pump float switch sensors on both electric bilge pumps
  • Edson manual bilge pump
  • Through hulls
  • Intake strainers


  • House – (4) Trojan 8D AGM 230 AH (new 2018)
  • Main Engine Start – (1) Trojan 230 AH
  • Wing/Generator Start – (1) 175 AH (unknown brand)
  • 175 AH AGM genset and wing engine starter, trickle fed from (2) solar panels


The Portuguese bridge creates a safety barrier in front of the pilothouse, making it safer to be outside when you are offshore. The bulwarks are tall and secure, and the feeling of security should not be underestimated.  Especially at night, during an offshore transit, you can safely step outside, walk around, and take some fresh air, all from a safe and secure platform.

  • (2) 5kg Ragasco fiberglass LPG cylinders
  • Port side steps to boat deck
  • Shore power connections on port side by steps to boat deck
  • Deck wash tap on Portuguese bridge exterior


Moving through the Portuguese bridge door permits access to the foredeck, electric windlass,  Delta anchor, and a large fiberglass (on deck) storage locker.

  • Maxwell 3500 electric windlass
  • Delta 44Kg anchor with 300’ 3/8” chain
  • Spare nylon 3 strand rode
  • Lewmar opening hatches
  • (2) Dorade vents with adjustable cowl scoops
  • Fiberglass deck box
  • Dock lines and fenders
  • Tropical sunshade for cockpit and side decks


  • Access from guest head
  • Multiple Storage shelves
  • Access to many spares
  • Access to extra lines and cordage
  • Access to windlass
  • Extra lighting in overhead


The APIS RIB with Tohatsu 9.8 HP 2 stroke is mounted on the starboard side of the boat deck.  The mast is used to support the dry stack exhaust and the boom is used for deploying the tender.  The mast has an assortment of nav/com antennas, as does the pilothouse roof.  There are two paravane outriggers with full stabilization rigging attached.

  • LP painted mast and boom
  • Electric boom winches with remote switch (boat deck and cockpit) for dinghy launching/paravane retrieval
  • Paravane stabilizers including LP painted aluminum outriggers and spreaders. Steel chains and galvanized “fish”
  • Spreader lights
  • Perko 10” searchlight


PARASANG has a traditional double entry to the vessel.  One on the port-side cockpit, and the other on the starboard side midships. The cockpit has the non-skid fiberglass decking that extends forward along the starboard side deck.  The swim platform is a custom stainless grid with teak planks that includes a hinged swim ladder.  The platform is ideal for SCUBA diving and for getting in and out of the dinghy.  The starboard side deck has an inboard stainless hand rail and is covered overhead.  The port side encompasses the port side boarding door, ladder and hatch to the upper boat deck, and a folding fish cleaning table which can be utilized when in fishing mode.  The cockpit space is also perfect for al fresco dining in a secluded anchorage when the opportunity arises.

  • stainless steel paravane holders on swim step
  • Hinged swim ladder
  • Fiberglass non-skid decks – cockpit and starboard deck
  • Overhead hatch to boat deck area (with ladder from cockpit)
  • Side door on port side of cockpit for dock boarding
  • Covered side deck to starboard with mid ship boarding door for docks
  • Magma propane grill with cover
  • Cockpit set up for Scotty electric downriggers/pot pullers and rod holders
  • Custom fish cleaning tray (mounts port cockpit coaming)
  • Fish rod holders
  • Tropical Sunshade for cockpit and side decks
  • (2) Victron 3600 watt galvanic isolation transformers to accept 220/50 VAC shore power
  • S3000 Danforth anchor


In addition to easy access to the steering components there is convenient storage for extra gear. This machinery space is well organized for maximum utility.

  • Steering
  • Emergency tiller
  • Storage bins
  • Spare fluids
  • Mechanical spares/parts


(Improvements in excess of $135,000 USD)


  • Completed 900 man-hours of sanding and re-varnishing interior teak, window frames and floors, salon, galley, wearing edges, wheelhouse and rails
  • Added stainless steel 316 framed/teak swim platform
  • Hull repainted October
  • Non-skid deck repainted
  • Aft deck, transom and starboard gangway repainted
  • Purchased custom Sunbrella UV-resistant tropical shades for bow-to-stern cover.  Also had shades made for the top deck, tender and outboard motor
  • Installed (2) new electric (1000 KG) boom winches
  • Purchased Powerdive double deck 12VDC air compressor, receiver, dual diving regulator, hoses and dedicated 24A outlet installed for hull, prop inspection and recreational diving
  • Purchased Sonic Wave Blade 12VDC submersible marine growth remover and dedicated power outlets
  • Aft deck, dual beam 12VDC spotlight and salon controls
  • Installed (2) Victron 3600W galvanic isolation transformers. (Accepts 220VAC, and delivers 120VAC  to inverter charger)
  • Rewired (2) battery banks, each upgraded to 2 x 230 AH Trojan 8D AGM’s
  • Raymarine E120W touch screen display with 24” HD scanner.  Remote control for simultaneous feed to aft salon monitor (new), complete with Navionics Gold SE China and Sea-Indian Ocean charts
  • Interphase 200Hz forward and vertical looking sonar, display and transducers
  • 600 GPD F-C-I Aquamizer water maker with remote pilothouse control panel.  System has automatic flush capability, and spare osmosis membrane, (6.5 hours use)
  • Re-certified Halotron 2KG ABC class extinguishers throughout the vessel, and replacing all powder extinguishers


  • Twin Disc MG5050 SC gear box replaced for new unit.  (Repair required due to operator error, however replacement justified as it was more economical than repairing)


  • Magnum 2800W MS2812 pure sine wave inverter/charger installed.
  • Blue Sea ACR (Automatic Charge Relay) to ensure main house battery banks are charged
  • Chain locker flooring fitted.  Also increases stowage area
  • Teak rub rail and starboard cap rail rails glassed, water proofed and painted
  • Hull re-glassed below the water line at Precision Marine, Phuket.  (Photos available upon request).  West System barrier coated and International Micron 66 antifouled
  • Removed worn bow rollers and replaced with new long-life Teflon rollers
  • Removed bow plate and resealed
  • New (4)-man Apis zodiac tender


  • Removable aft deck shade with stainless-steel 316 fittings and poles
  • (2) 5KG Ragasco fiberglass LPG cylinders
  • Teflon base fitted for genset
  • Yanmar engine mounts installed
  • Disassembled and checked heat exchangers on genset and Yanmar engines
  • Changed out for new; water circulation pumps on genset and Yanmar engines.  Existing pumps onboard, and still serviceable
  • Installed (2) automatic submersible 1500 GPH Rule bilge pumps and high-level float alarms
  • Installed new Navico 180Hz forward looking sonar and Simrad GO7XSE chart plotter
  • Installed new Perko 10” search light, complete with pilothouse control
  • Installed new Raymarine FLIR  T-4 9Hz IFR pan-tilt camera and joystick control unit
  • Replace selected upholstery buttons as required
  • Installed new airhorn


  • Installed new Halotron Fireboy MA20100227-BL  automatic fire extinguisher in the engine room and automatic 3-engine shut down system complete with Fireboy bridge monitor
  • Machined prop shaft, replaced cutlass bearings, fitted Gortex in Lugger and Yanmar stern glands
  • Antifoul with International Commercial AF paint Dec.
  • Installed (4), 230 AH Trojan 8D AGM batteries.
  • Installed Force 10 LPG 3-burner cooktop and oven
  • Rebalanced drive shaft to nil vibration at WOT (2250rpm)
  • Re-varnished salon floor and stateroom stairs
  • Repainted engine room flooring and salon floor panel sub-surfaces
  • Repainted and resealed the faux stack on boat deck
  • Updated Furuno NavNet 3D software
  • Installed two new Victron battery monitors
  • Reorganized wheel house control panel breakers
  • Installed new stainless steel-316 water-lift muffler and replaced the mixing elbow exhaust hose on the Yanmar Wing engine
  • Installed new 12VDC Twin Disc gear box oil pressure and temperature gauges
  • Replaced Yanmar gear box cooler hoses


  • Custom built stainless steel-316 life raft cradle and fitted new Arimar (4)-man life raft
  • Tested and certified all existing 2kg and 1 kg Halotron fire extinguishers
  • Installed Furuno FCV628 Hi-resolution color sounder and fish finder
  • Repaint engine room floor panels


  • Purchased spare Trident Marine LPG single stage regulator, Magma Low LPG Grill Control Valve, 2 x 24” LPG supply hoses


  • Large 16’ Paratech sea anchor, with lines and swivels in foredeck dock-box
  • Arimar 4 passenger offshore solid pack life raft in a new SS316 cradle above pilothouse
  • Life Jackets:
    • Type I PFD: 5 in the bridge locker
    • Type II PFD: 4 adult, and 1 child size in PFD’s in the bridge locker
    • Type III PFD: 2 children’s PFD’s in the bridge locker
    • Type IV PFD: on the Portuguese bridge and in the forward cabin
  • A Teck Float inflatable buoyancy device on the aft deck
  • A Life-Sling stored on the port rail aloft
  • “Ditch Bag” in the bridge locker
  • Halotron Fireboy MA20100227-BL 100 CFM automatic fire extinguisher in the engine room and an automatic 3-engine shut down Fireboy system bridge monitor
  • Survival suits: Four adult and one child’s
  • First aid kit
  • First Alert smoke and CO detector in the forward cabin
  • First Alert and XINTEX Carbon Monoxide detectors in the salon and master stateroom.
  • Flare package
  • Boat hook


As the potential new owner, take advantage of what this vessel offers.  Enjoy it’s capabilities, it’s simplicity, and it’s existing set up for adventure, fishing and diving.  Use the stout Yanmar wing engine to optimize trolling speed.  Make use of the Rod holders in the guest cabin overhead, and unused tackle, spider line, and lures stowed in the chain locker.  Insert a rod into the stainless-steel rod holder positioned on the boat deck to try your luck there, or employ the two Scotty down riggers with 12VDC controls, which can be operated from the cap rail.   When you get a few bites, utilize the cockpit folding cleaning table to fillet a fresh entre, and then grill it to perfection on the Magma grill.


PARASANG is equipped with a 12VDC Powerdive double deck snorkel system powered from vessel batteries, and a Waveblade barnacle remover, also a 12VDC supplied device.  You have the capability and equipment to clean your own hull, props and stern gear.


With almost universal consensus, the Nordhavn 46 is arguably the best-looking, and purposeful design drawn by Jeff Leishman at PAE.  The N46 was the first Nordhavn design, and has accounted for more circumnavigations than any other production trawler in the world. Sister-ships are scattered in cruising waters across the globe.

PARASANG was built right in the middle of the Nordhavn 46 run providing PAE with valuable lessons-learned which were incorporated into hull 4636.  She has been an exceptional cruising platform for all four vessel owners, and the current owner has gone to great lengths to upgrade her to keep her in sea-going readiness.  If you are looking for an ideal world cruising trawler, no doubt you probably already know about this Nordhavn model.  You’ll understand that the hull and deck have been constructed for ocean crossing and the Lugger diesel engines are built to last for tens of thousands of hours.  The current engine hours reflect a seasoned vessel in her prime.  Do not dismiss an older boat or be fooled by hours accumulated due to active use.

The cared-for condition, and upgraded equipment on PARASANG will provide you lasting reliability, and an opportunity to purchase an iconic, economical world cruiser.

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 – Art, clock/barometer/hygrometer combo in salon, CD/DVD’s, shells, clothing, tools and some galley gear.  All owners’ personal effects and clothing will be removed prior to closing.

DISCLAIMER: Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only.  Details regarding the specifications, operating characteristics and condition of the vessel have been obtained from sources believed reliable, but the owner and brokers cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or the condition of the vessel. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his/her agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase.  Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.

This listing specification has been approved by the seller for accuracy. The photos, images and descriptive content are copyrighted by JMYS and may not be copied or used without specific written permission.

Please contact the listing broker, Andy Nemier, for additional information or to schedule a viewing appointment to inspect  PARASANG.     Phone:      +61 466 914 123

About the listing brokers:

Andy is a CYBA Yacht and Ship Salesman with 37 years of professional offshore marine experience and has spent his entire life at sea.  He has been in command of salvage operations, saturation diving operations, and commercial vessel deliveries world-wide.  In 2016, Andy crossed over into Yacht and Ship Sales by joining the JMYS team, earning his CYBA License, and specializing in Long-range Trawlers.  Andy and his wife Julie have owned their own Nordhavn 62 INFINITY since 2012, and are currently cruising the South Pacific while representing JMYS with international yacht sales.

Jeff Merrill, CPYB (Certified Professional Yacht Broker) has extensive product knowledge of the trawler and motor yacht market and has been aboard the Nordhavn 46 PARASANG on multiple occasions.  Jeff has a twenty-five-year history of building and selling cruising boats providing his clients with experience and product knowledge that he is happy to share.  Jeff is a familiar face to YouTube viewers. 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.  Please contact listing broker, Jeff Merrill, CPYB for additional information or to schedule a viewing appointment to inspect PARASANG.

TYPE: Long range passage maker with raised pilothouse
PRICE: $325,000.00
LOCATION: Royal Langkawi Yacht Club. Langkawi, Malaysia
HULL COLOR: Grey gelcoat hull – navy blue boot stripe and black bottom paint
REGISTRY: Langkawi, Malaysia
DESIGNER: Jeff Leishman
BUILDER: P.A.E.  –  Taipei, Taiwan
HULL MATERIAL: Solid Fiberglass
DISPLACEMENT: 60,000 lbs. | 27.23 MT (Full Load)
BALLAST: 4,800 lbs.  | 2.28 MT
RANGE: 3,000 miles @ 7.0 knots
SPEED: Cruise 6.5 – 7.0, Top 8.0 knots
LOA: 45’9” | 13.94M
LWL: 38’4” | 11.68M
BEAM: 15’5” | 4.7M
DRAFT:  5’ 5″ | 1.65M
D/L: 383
A/B: 2.3:1
Cp: Prismatic Coefficient .63
AIR DRAFT: Approximate 30′ | 9.14M
MAIN ENGINE: John Deere Lugger 6414D  –  140 HP   (Main hours: ~ 9,713 – March, 2019),  Trojan 8D – 230 AH starting battery
EXHAUST: Dry stack, Harco Muffler. Vessel keel cooled.
WING ENGINE: Yanmar 3GM30F  –  30 HP  (Wing hours: ~ 148 –  March, 2019),  175 AH starting battery
MACHINERY EQUIPMENT: Perko 12V  Oil changer and  Dual Racor 500FG water separators
THRUSTER: Wesmar 5 HP 12V bow thruster
STABILIZERS: Paravane outriggers (underway and at anchor)
ELECTRICAL: 220VAC /50Hz vessel at dock, with 120VAC/60Hz supplied by a Northern Lights 8KVA generator at sea.
GENERATOR: Northern Lights 8 kW (Generator hours:~ 6,821 – March, 2019),  175 AH starting battery shared with Wing engine
INVERTER: One Magnum 2800 Watt   |  new 2016
Two Victron 3600W isolation transformers  |   new 2012
CLIMATE CONTROL: (3) Cruisair (120 VAC) Air Conditioning units  – 32,000 BTU reverse cycle
(1) Samsung (220 VAC) Air Conditioning unit for Pilothouse and Salon  |   new 2018
Hurricane  Heater 16000BTU
WATER MAKER: F C I Aquamiser-  600 US gallons/day  |   new 2012
WINDLASS: Maxwell electric VWC 3500
GROUND TACKLE: DELTA  40kg (88 lb.) with 300′ of 3/8″ Galvanized chain
TENDER: APIS RIB with Tohatsu 9.8 HP 2 stroke   |  new 2015
SPARS: White LP Mast and boom with paravane outriggers. Electric boom winches new 2012
NAV/COM: (2) Autopilots –  Robertson AP300X and Simrad AP24  – with two steering pumps
(2) Radars –  RC JMA-2300 analog radar; Raymarine EC120W touch screen radar new 2012 and GPS receiver
(2) Sonars – Interphase 200Hz and Navico 180Hz and Simrad GO7XE chart plotter  |  new 2017
(2) Chartplotters –  Furuno NavNet 3D and Raymarine EC120W  |  new 2012
(2) Depth Sounders –  New Furuno FCV 628 colour sounder and spare Furuno 6100
FLIR: Raymarine T-4 9Hz pan-tilt IFR night vision camera and joystick control  |  new 2016
(2) GPS –  Furuno GPS Navigator and Raymarine GPS receiver.  On separate antennas.
(3) VHF radios –  Icom IC-M604 VHF base station and (2) VHF hand held radios
SSB radio –  Icom ISC-M710 SSB radio
Satellite phone –  Beam RST075 sat phone  (will require a new SIM card)
STATEROOMS: (2)  Master midships and Guest forward
HEADS: (2) Vacuflush in Master and new Raritan toilet, forward.
SHOWERS: (2) One for Master, one for guest
LAUNDRY: SPLENDIDE Heavy duty clothes washer/dryer, new 2011, located in stairwell to the guest cabin and master stateroom.
GALLEY: Force 10, 3- burner propane stove, new 2018  |  Princess 1100 watt microwave
REFRIGERATION/FREEZER: Norcold refrigerator/freezer.  Separate stand-alone Engel unit with vessel
INTERIOR WOOD: Teak and white laminate
INTERIOR COUNTERS: Grey Surrell counters throughout vessel, master and guest cabins,  new 2012
INTERIOR FLOORING: Teak and Spruce throughout vessel
TANKAGE: (approx.)
FUEL: 950 US gallons |3,600L  (4 black iron tanks)  –  inspected September, 2015
HOLDING BLACK: 50 US gallons | 190L total  (in 2  tanks)
FRESH WATER: 280 gallons | 1,060L total
SAFETY: Arimar 4 passenger offshore life raft in a cradle above the wheelhouse, new March 2018
Fireboy MA20100227-BL 2 KG 100 CFM Halotron automatic fire extinguisher in the engine room, new 2017
Multiple lifejackets
CCTV  (Aft facing video feed to Pilothouse)
Survival suits –  Four adult and one child’s.
Parachute Anchor – 16’ diameter parachute anchor, lines and swivel located in the fore deck locker
Flare package
RIGGING Replaced 2011
Note: All information is believed accurate, but should be verified.
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