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1981 Nordic 44 Sailboat

EUR  83 618*
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Vuosi :
1981
Pituus:
13m
Moottori/Polttoaine:
Yksimoottorinen / diesel
Sijaitsee:
Cheboygan, MI
Runkomateriaali:
Lasikuitu/GRP
YW#:
12504-3861247
Nykyinen hinta:
US$ 98 000 (EUR  83 618) 

Boat Name: Traveller

Keel: Fin

Dimensions

LOA: 43 ft 10 in

Beam: 12 ft 11 in

LWL: 35 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 0 in
Displacement: 23000 lbs
Ballast: 9340 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Engines
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1998
Engine Model: 4JH3E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1400
Propeller: Folding propeller
Engine(s) Total Power: 50 HP
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: Stainless steel (150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (75 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Plastic (32 Gallons)
Accommodations
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2


ACCOMODATIONS
Traveller's interior is well suited for local or offshore cruising with good sea berths, functional galley, excellent storage, and forwar d
facing nav station. From the cockpit, one steps over the bridge deck, through the teak-trimmed companionway and down the four
step companionway ladder. The hand crafted teak interior was sanded and refinished in 2004 during the refit. It is solidly
constructed with oiled teak bulkheads and varnished, solid teak trim. For strength, and ease of access, Traveller is “stick-built” with
all interior joinery being tabbed and glassed to the hull and overhead deck. Fiberglass liners have only been used in the heads.
The overhead is off-white, padded vinyl panels, secured in place with teak battens-easily removed for access to deck hardware and
wiring. Interior coachroof sides are white laminate. Corners are rounded, and counter/table edges fitted with fiddles. Cabinet doors
are fitted with positive elbow catches. Hull side ceilings are o f Alaskan Yellow Cedar and the cabin so le 5/16” thick teak and holly on plywood. Insulating foam is glued to accommodation space hull sides to prevent condensation and heat loss. A forced air diesel cabin heater will allow year-round usage in higher latitudes. The Robert H. Perry designed interior layout is typically functional and livable. Starting forward is the forecabin with access to the chain locker, “V” berth, an d storage lockers. Next aft to port is a head compartment with basin. Proceeding aft through the main
bulkhead is the main salon with straight settee to starboard, “L” shaped settee to p ort, an d fold-down dining table new in 2004. The very large “U” shaped g alley is to p ort an d a forward facing nav station is to starboard. Aft through a privacy door is the master stateroom with queen-sized quarter berth to port and enclosed head with separate shower stall to starboard.
The forward cabin/guest stateroom features a “V” berth measuring 6’ 5” lo n g by 5’ 9” wide aft with a 4" Polyfoam mattress. An infill fills the notch for use as a double. Below this berth are storage bins and a holding tank. Shelves are located outboard below the deck edge. There are yellow cedar strips hull side. To port is a chest with three drawers and to starboard and aft is a bureau with three shelves and a tall hanging locker. The main salon is aft of the main bulkhead and large enough to entertain a crowd or sleep two crew in the settees while sailing offshore. Headroom measures 6’ 4”. Th e starboard settee measures 6’ 3” long an d the port a whopping 7’ 1” long. The port settee uses an infill board and cushion to make this into a double berth. Storage shelves are to port, outboard of the settee with removable fiddles and storage bins are located under this settee. Stainless steel water tanks are located beneath the starboard settee and port settee “L”. To starboard are bookshelves forward and two shelf lockers aft. A teak trimmed ring frame provides
significant structure and visible separation between the salon and galley/nav station. To port is the large “U”-shaped galley. Head room in the galley measures 6’ 3”. Countertops are white laminate an d surrounded by teak fiddles. There is amp le storage in cabinets and drawers. The gimballing Force Ten three burner propane stove is outboard and protected by a stainless steel crash bar fitted with two padeyes for a belt strap. Three storage cabinets are outboard along the hull side, below the sidedecks. The deck underside, above the stove is lined with stainless steel. Pots and pans are stored in a locker below the stove/oven. Along the aft bulkhead an d close to centerline for drainage while heeled is a double stainless steel sink measuring 10”wide by 14” lo ng by 9” deep. To starboard is the forward facing navigation station. The top opening chart table h as a 4” deep chart drawer. Communication and navigation electronics are mounted on the forward bulkhead and above the switch panel. Paneled teak bifold doors provide privacy to the aft cabin. Two drawers are located beneath and two cabinets are above the bunk. The large aft cabin berth measures 6’ 6” lo ng by 4’ 6” wide. On centerline the teak companionway with rabbitted traction
grooves in the treads lifts out to access the engine. The aft head is to starboard and well-situated relative to the companionway. Wet foul weather gear can be quickly removed and hung in the separate shower stall before proceeding forward. Towel bar and ring are provided and storage shelves are outboard of the head. Aft is the separate stall shower with curtain closure, hot/cold shower spray nozzle on hose with hanging bracket, removable teak shower grating, teak seat, grab bar, and numerous hooks for foul weather gear. Bose speakers in salon
• 3-burner propane stove with oven (2004)
• Microwave oven - shore power or inverter
• Refrigeration - Sea Freeze high capacity modular unit
• Fresh water pump in galley and both heads
• Two complete sanitation systems and two holding tanks
• Custom spice rack in galley
• Levelor blinds
• Clock and barometer
• Webasto hydronic heating system
DECK AND HULL
The Nordic 44's hull is hand laid up solid fiberglass and features a fin keel and skeg hung rudder. There is 1/2" thick foam insulation on the inside of the hull. Traveller was complete overhauled in 2004 including full exterior Awlgrip paint to hull sides, decks and cockpit. The decks were coated with Griptex by Awlgrip non skid. The rig was redesigned by Robert Perry to most current
standards and rig reconstructed to new design including double swept back spreaders. The bow has generous overhang to keep anchor chain and mooring clear while the stern is a reverse transom for maximum waterline length. There is a large lazarette for storage to starboard in the cockpit. The following list was included in the refit 2004:
• New deck winches and hardware installed
• New static brush on masthead
• Steering pedestal renewed, new steering wheel
• New cables for shift and engine rpm
• New lifelines and stantions
• New stainless bow pulpit and stern pulpit
• New ladder
• New dodger and deck covers
• New compass
• New steering radial quadrant
• Binocular holder
• Lewmar Deck hatches (4) with screens
• Hinged port lights w/ screens (6)
• Molded dorade vents (4)
New since then:
• Electric winch for mainsheet and main halyard
• 5/16" wildcat on anchor winch
• Pendant control for anchor winch
• Outboard motor davit and motor support
• Edson boarding step
• Griptex (non skid) cockpit coamings
• Saltwater wash down system
• Bimini (2008)
• Cockpit cushions by Bottom Siders
SAILS AND RIGGING
The Nordic 44 was designed as a fast cruiser/racer and is a quick passagemaker. The deep 7' draft, fine entry and high aspect rig make her a strong performer to windward. The rig was redesigned by Robert Perry and reconstructed to new design including double swept back spreaders.
• 2004 North 3D cruising 120 Genoa
• 2004 North 3D Code zero mounted on integral furler
• 2004 North 3D cruising mainsail
• 1 1/2 oz asymmetrical sail by Ulmer (very good condition)
• Heavy weather jib by Banks with piston attachments on headstay foild
• Double spreader, keel-stepped, white LPU painted aluminum mast painted in 2004
• Aluminum white LPU painted boom
• Navtec rod rigging 2004
• Rigid boom vang 2004
• Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster 2004
• Furlex roller furling 2004
• Antel stoppers installed in cockpit
• Halyards, lazy jacks and running backstays new 2004
• Battcar system on mast 2004
• Essential sail controls led to cockpit for single handed sailing
• Single line reefing to cockpit winch
• Electric winch for main halyard/sheet
• Line bag on mast
• North Stack pack on boom 2009
• Portable bow sprit for Code Zero 2008
ELECTONICS
• Raymarine wind instruments
• Raymarine Depth sounder
• Raymarine 7000 autopilot
• Raymarine 130 GPS/chartplotter
• Raymarine integration system
• Furuno 1850 chart plotter
• Raymarine R20XX radar and integrated Raymarine chart plotter
• Stainless steel articulated radar support on backstay
• ICOM 402 radio with cockpit remote
MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
The engine is located under the companion way steps with removable panels for good access, Sound deadening insulation installed in engine compartment 2009 and vibration absorbing engine mounts. Almost all sail and engine management controls are in the
cockpit for convenience.
Most wiring has been replaced to ABYC standard and all AC outlets are GFIC protected.
• Yanmar 4JH3E 50HP with 1400 hours installed 1998
• Dual filter system with vacuum guage to indicate condition of filters
• Fresh water cooled heat exchanger
• V-drive 2:1 ratio Paragon
• Pedestal mounted throttle/clutch controls
• Remote switches at helm for emergency engine restart and windlass control
• 12V 90 amp Balmar alternator
• 3 blade Max prop
• Electric and manual bilge pumps and high bilge alarm 2004
• Tri color light on masthead with strobe
• (2) 4D AGM house batteries
• (1) Gr. 31 AGM battery for engine start
• Battery isolation for automatic charging
• Battery paralleling/disconnect switch
• Aircraft style breakers - main and each branch circuit
• Voltmeter and ammeter gauges
• Indicator lamps at each breaker/spare circuits
• 30 amp dockside power system
• 50' power cord with input receptacle in cockpit
• 12V lighting
• Overhead lights w/ dimmer (8) galley and salon
• Overhead lights, staterooms (1 ea), heads (1ea)
• Bulkhead mounted lights staterooms (2ea) salon (2), navigatoin station (1).
• Magnum 2000 Inverter (2012)
• Galvanic isolator (2008)
• Link 10 battery monitor
• Electrical panel (2004)
Additional Information
Lots of spare parts, accessories including:
• Extra unused V-berth mattress
• Oil, fuel filters, oil filter, spare impeller, spare prop zinc
• Spare sheets and misc. line
• Dock lines and fenders
• Boom preventer tackle
• Anchor chain preventer
• Washdown hose
• Various chemicals and cleaners for maintenance
• Boatswains chair
• Spare anchor, chain and rode
• Throw line
• Winch handles
• Cleaning brushes
• Covers for hatch, cockpit pockets, radar display, steering wheel
• Winter covers for cockpit and dodger window panels
• Turning blocks/snatch blocks





Call or email Ben Pearson for more information and to schedule a personal showing.

Call Ben direct at 231.818.1744

Email: bpearson@walstrom.com



Please contact Ben Pearson at 231 526 2141

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