A Little About N5025 Ophelia …

Ophelia is a 2003 Nordhavn full-displacement trawler. She is hull #25 of 27 N50’s built, since production first began in 1996. There are 29 HINs in the production line, with hull #13 and #24 having never been built. Ours is a rare Plan-B Layout, with 3-Cabins, wide-body and fly-bridge. She is a wet exhaust model, versus most Nordhavns, which are dry stacked (like a truck on the highway). Only 2 other N50-hulls were built this way. Most were built with 2-cabins and only about half of the line had fly bridges, with many dry stacked. For us, 3-cabins with a fly bridge was a must have. Ophelia is also an asymmetrical design, which means she has a wider salon but no walk around deck on the port side.

The boat was “new-to-us” in June 2017. She was formerly named Flat Earth and has done some serious cruising during her prior life, having gone to Alaska, Hawaii and much of the South Pacific. We purchased her in Stuart, Florida and ran her home on the outside for 4-days straight, via the Gulf Stream, stopping for a night in Look-out Bight, North Carolina. We keep her in Maryland, on the Chesapeake Bay, in the Baltimore Inner Harbor during summer months. During the Winter, she is stored in the heated shed at Pleasure Cove Marina. She is 51’2” long and a full displacement weight of about 80,000 lbs. She has a single 24-Volt Lugger L-6108A engine that moves her comfortably at a cruising speed between 7 and 10 knots. With her properly pitched prop and new Aquamet-22 Shaft on the Main Engine, she is seeing 10.25 kts at wide-open-throttle, turning 2,300 RPMS. We tend to cruise her at around 1,600 to 1,750 RPM’s to get about 8 to 9 KTS.

Nordhavn 50’s are a very fast & unique hull design, considering that she is a heavy full displacement boat, for the following reasons:

1) Bulbous Bow: The bulbous bow (similar to what one often sees on large oceangoing freighters) helps to reduce pitching motion (up and down motion versus side-to-side) and serves to provide a more comfortable ride in larger seas. Apparently it also reduced friction by 8-12%, allowing for less horsepower at given speeds.

2) Modified Full Displacement or MFD™: Full Stern Section (Modified Full Displacement or) The full stern section, while allowing increased space for storage and interior room, also helps to minimize pitching motion, while reducing drag caused by “squatting” at higher speeds. This can help to extend the upper range of Ophelia’s cruising speed.

3) Maintenance Strakes: These are essentially underwater bulges in the hull form, in the engine room area, providing extra headroom in the engine room (lowering the floor) and adding efficiency to the hull by reducing the wetted surface area. Essentially the hull is more slippery due to the strakes.

Ophelia was designed for long range, blue water voyaging (which typically implies very low horsepower engines to allow for long range cruising). Yet she is powered with a larger 300HP turbo Lugger engine, making her able to run slightly faster than hull speed.  Her 4 diesel fuel tanks hold approximately 1,350 gallons of diesel. She is extremely well outfitted for both long range passage-making and coastal cruising, with the rugged, seagoing capabilities that serious cruisers have come to expect from the Nordhavn brand.  She is also stabilized with NAIAD 252 fins (7.5 sq ft) and equipped with at anchor Port-Side Flopper Stopper to dampen roll when visiting far off anchorages with poor protection from either swell or wind.

LOA 51′ 2 “
LWL 44′ 2″
BEAM 16′
BWL 14’4″
DRAFT 5′ 8 “
DISPLACEMENT (@ FULL LOAD) 80,000 lbs / 36.29 T
Cp Ratio .63
D/L Ratio 419
A/B Ratio 2.1:1
ENGINE Lugger L-6108A
APPROX. RANGE 2,800 nm @ 8 kts.
FREASH WATER CAPACITY 350 gallons (Fiberglass Tanks)
FUEL CAPACITY ~1,350 gallons (4 Fiberglass Tanks)
BLACK WASTE WATER CAPACITY 50 gallons (1 Fiberglass Tanks)

We chose a Nordhavn 50 over other similarly sized trawlers specifically because the boat will be a great coastal cruising platform to explore the east coast and she will allow us to grow into future blue water cruising adventures. In addition, the 3-cabin layout suits our family perfectly. We have kids, so having 3-cabins (bunks in the two forward staterooms) allows them each to bring a friend. And of course we love the large fly-bridge which is a perfect spot to spend time with our 2 dogs (Mango and Ellie), who will most likely be wet, sandy and making a mess of the boat.

Systems & Layout Overview

Main Engine

Main propulsion is provided by a direct (straight) drive ALASKA DIESEL ELECTRIC, INC. LUGGER Model No. L6108A turbo-charged, after-cooled diesel engine. The engine is directly cooled by a closed fresh water loop which removes heat to a raw water (sea water) loop. Both loops are equipped with engine driven water pumps. The closed fresh water loop pump circulates fresh water through the engine and lube oil and gear oil coolers and a raw water heat exchanger. The raw water pump draws sea water from a dual (port & starboard) thru-hull connections and strainers to the engine raw water heat exchanger and discharges through the engine wet exhaust system back to the sea.

Lugger Characteristics:

Cylinders: Inline 6, Turbo Charged
Rated Horsepower: 300 BHP @ 2300 Continuous Duty
Fuel Consumption: 2.8 gallons/hr @ 1400 RPM
Crankcase Capacity: 24.8 quarts
Fresh Water Capacity: 4.5 gallons
Fresh Water Flowrate: 67 gpm @ 2300 RPM
Air Consumption Rate: 575 cfm @ 2300 RPM

Ophelia only requires a mere 117 of those 300 hp’s when running at 9 knots, allowing for a very quiet and relaxed vessel, when underway. This combination of fuel economy and a continuous-duty main engine can propel Ophelia for days on end, around the clock. The super efficient Lugger helps Ophelia achieve a cruising range of somewhere between 3,000 Nautical miles at 7kts and 1,100 NM’s at 10Kts, ultimately depending on sea conditions, RPMs, bottom condition & generator usage. We love that it also has the reserve power to pick up the pace to l0 knots, if we want to get somewhere a little bit quicker or offset negative currents. Of course the faster we run, the shorter the range becomes. At wide-open, we believe the range to be in the area of 1,100 nautical miles (yet to be tested).

Auxiliary Wing Engine (Get Home Engine)

Secondary propulsion is provided by a V-drive YANMAR Model No. 3JH3E naturally aspirated diesel engine mounted aft of the main engine and to the port side of hull centerline. The engine has its own shaft and folding propeller. Engine cooling is provided by a fresh water loop and a raw (sea) water loop with a heat exchanger. Water in each loop is circulated by separate engine driven water pumps. The fresh water pump loop circulates cooling water to the engine block and then through the heat exchanger where heat is rejected to the raw water loop. The raw water loop cools the wing engine coolers, and the engine exhaust piping. Raw water is drawn thru hoses from a through hull connection and sea strainer by the wing engine raw water pump and is discharged through the engine fresh water and lube oil coolers and wing engine exhaust hoses back to the sea. Additional engine driven accessories include a fuel oil pump, a lube oil pump, and 80 amp AC alternator for charging the generator/wing engine shared starting battery.

YANMAR 3JH3E characteristics:

Cylinders: 4 In-line, naturally aspirated
Rated Horsepower: 40 BHP @ 3800 RPM Continuous Duty
Direction of Rotation: Counter-clockwise Viewed From Stern
Crankcase Capacity: 5.5 liters

Vessel Walkthrough

Nordhavn 50 Asymmetrical Wide-Body Layout: Boarding the boat from the starboard side entry door or aft swim platform, there is access to the bow, fly-bridge or aft cockpit from the starboard covered deck. Entering the boat can be from the Pilot House Port or Starboard doors or from the aft salon door. When entering the boat from the aft salon entryway door, there is a large L-Settee to port with hi-low dining table; to starboard are 2 black Ekorn chairs. The galley is a few steps forward on the port side, and there are steps up to the Pilot house. Pilot house has a second L-Settee seating area with table for off-watch crew. There is also STIDD pilot chair. Stairwell down from Pilot house to the 3 cabins, with access to the clothes dryer. Engine room access is through the Master Stateroom. The two guest cabins share the forward head and shower. Master Stateroom has a private ensuite bathroom with shower.

The Flybridge deck holds the hydraulic dingy crane & Tender, along with spacious seating to run the boat on warmer days or simply for close-quarter maneuvering.


  • Teak & Spruce Sole
    • Varnished Satin Gloss
  • Varnished teak cabinets & paneling
  • Teak Hi-Lo Dinette table with high gloss varnish
    • Sits 6-adults comfortably
  • 2 Ekorn Style Reclining Chairs
  • Teak Locker Near Salon Door (port side entry)
  • Raised Kitchen Bar Counter with Corian
  • TV Locker with Tambor doors
  • Window Shades
  • Dimmable Halogen Overhead Lighting, mixed with some LED Overhead (non Dimmable)
    • Recessed Cantalupi “Walter 2001” controlled by Australian Clipsal wall switches
  • Custom Ultra-Leather settee upholstery
    • Extensive storage underneath settee for spares
  • Red LED Courtesy Lighting for getting around boat at night
  • TV & phone outlet
  • 110V AC outlets added
  • MarineAire Air-conditioning with reverse cycle heat & Heat Strips for cooler climates
  • Flat Screen TV with iPad Hook Up For Movies
  • Teak overhead grab rail
  • Water Maker Controls
  • CruiseAir Controls


  • 2 Sub Zero Refrigerators & 1 Sub Zero Freezer
    • Pantry (Instead of Stairs down to Master Stateroom)
  • Thermador LPG stove and oven – FORCE 10 “built in” 3 burner with oven broiler and pot holders. Solenoid operated LPG control and 2 aluminum bottles stowed on port side transom locker.
  • BE Microwave Oven with built in exhaust # JVM 290BV
  • GE #GCG950T Trash Compactor
  • Dishwasher
  • Dual Stainless Sink
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Corian Countertops
  • Wood Sole
  • Under Counter Storage Lockers and Drawers
  • Overhead storage cabinets
  • Paper towel holder

 Pilot House

  • DC and AC Electrical Panels
  • ICOM M502 VHF Radio 1
  • ICOM M802 VHF Radio 2 with DSC
  • Multiple Handheld VHF Radios
  • 12 mm Thick Tempered glass Wheelhouse Windows
    • (2) Windshield Wipers
  • ICOM M602 SSB Radio
  • Furuno Nav Net 1 Chatplotters using C-Map NT
    • 2 Displays in Pilot House
    • 1 Repeater on Fly-Bridge
  • Mac Mini Coastal Explorer with 27-Inch HD Display (AIS connected)
  • Furuno AIS GP 37 (Factory Reconditioned September 2017)
  • 12 KW Radar with 6’ Open Array Antenna
  • 4 KW Radar with 2’ Open Array Antenna
  • ½ Inch Tempered Glass Windows
  • Port and Starboard Fiberglass Sliding Doors
  • L-Shaped Settee with Fixed Table
  • STIDD Pilot’s Chair
    • New Black Leather Arms from Stidd (February 2018)
  • NAIAD Stabilizer Controls
  • MMC Controls
  • Maxwell Windlass Controls
  • Rule & Jabsco Bilge Pumps, Wiring, Breakers, Indicator Lights and Alarms (FEB 2018)
    • New Jabsco 36600 PAR Diaphragm Belt Driven Pump (480 GPH)
    • New Rule 4000 GPH Low Water Bilge Pump with Ultra Switch
    • New Rule 4000 GPH High Water Bilge Pump with Ultra Switch
  • Top Load Deep Freezer
  • (2) Hella Fans (new April 2018)
  • ABT Bow Thruster Control
  • Side-Power Proportional Stern Thruster Control
  • LED ACR Search Light Controls
  • EzViz DVR Camera System (Newly wired and Installed February 2018)
    • 3 Engine Room Camera (Garmin GC 10 NTSC Infrared)
    • 1 Fly-Bridge Arch Camera
    • 1 Aft Exterior Wide Angle Bullet Camera
    • ACR 27” Color Monitor to view cameras
  • Wx Worx Xm Weather Receiver on second Mac Mini running Windows
  • Storage Behind and under Settee
    • Boats Hardcopy Manuals
  • Stereo AM/FM/Bluetooth player (New March 2018)
    • 2 Speakers in Pilot House
    • 2 Speakers outside on Fly Bridge Arch (New Nov 2017)
  • Hanging Wet Locker
    • Winslow Liferaft Stored Here (Re-Packed by Winslow June 2017)
  • Kahlenberg D-2 Dual Trumpet Chrome Horn (new March 2018)
    • New Compressor and wiring (March 2018)
  • Ritchie Compass
  • Proctor Modem
  • Outback Inverter/Charger Control head
  • Buck Boost Power Transformer
  • CruiseAir Controls
    • Optional Heat Strips for Cold Wx Cruising
  • Book Shelves and Cabinets and Chart Storage
  • Red LED Courtesy Lighting
  • Dimmable Halogen Overhead Lighting

 Master stateroom

  • Amidships Island Queen berth, running Port to Starboard
    • Lots of Drawers Under Bed
    • His & Her Hanging Lockers with LED lighting
    • Shelves Drawers & Cubbies
    • Breaker for Windlass and Battery On/Off Selector
  • Access to Engine Room
    • Gasketed to be Sound Deadening & Air Tightness
  • 110 V Outlets
  • Asko Clothes Washing Machine W6441 (In MSR)
  • Asko Clothes Drying Machine T701 (On stairs to Pilot House)
  • Beveled Wall mirror
  • (2) Stainless Oval Port Windows (port side) (16” x 7”) with Stainless Deadlight
  • Halogen overhead lights
  • (2) chrome LED reading lights
  •  (1) Black Hella Fan (January ’18)
    • Great for Sleeping on Hook and Not running Genset

 Master Ensuite Bathroom

  • Grohe single lever Sink Faucet
  • Tecma Silent Plus 2-G (2-Button Control Head) fresh water Head (New March 2018)
    • New Marine Sanitation Lines Installed February 2018
  • Molded Built in Shower & Seat with Louvered Glass Door
  • Molded Corian sink and counter
  • Beveled wall mirrors
  • Abundant reach-in cabinets and drawers
  • Towel Bars
  • Red LED Courtesy Lighting
  • 110V Receptacle
  • (1) Stainless Oval Port Window (port side) (16” x 7”) with Stainless Deadlight
  • Grohe Shower Faucet Controls
  • Holding Tank Monitor (Sending Unit Replaced February 2018)
  • Water Tank Monitor (4 Tanks)

 Port Guest Stateroom

  • Double Bunk Beds
  • Drawers Under Bottom Bunk Bed
  • Red LED Courtesy Lighting
  • Built In Cabinet/Night Stand with (4) Drawers
  • Beveled Wall Mirror
  • Hanging lockers
  • (2) chrome reading lights with LED bulbs
  • Hella Fan (New Feb 2018)
  • Port Light with Black Out Stainless Shade
  • (1) Stainless Oval Port Windows (port side) (16” x 7”) with Stainless Deadlight
  • 110V Receptacle

 Starboard Guest Stateroom

  • Double Bunk Beds
  • Drawers Under Bottom Bunk Bed
  • Red LED Courtesy Lighting
  • Built In Cabinet with Drawers
  • Hanging lockers
  • (2) chrome reading lights with LED bulbs
  • Hella Fan (New Feb 2018)
  • (1) Stainless Oval Port Windows (Starboard side) (16” x 7”) with Stainless Deadlight
  • 1 Round Port Light at Portuguese Bridge
  • 110V Receptacle

Guest Head

  • Vacuflush toilet w/fresh water
  • New Marine Sanitation Lines Installed February 2018
  • Storage Lockers for Towels and Toiletries
  • Drawers
  • Grohe shower faucet
  • Shower curtain
  • Beveled Wall Mirror
  • Floor Access to Bulbous Bow & Thruster
  • Access to Chain Locker
    • 400 Feet of 3/8’s Inch ISO Short Link G40 High Test, Hot Dipped Galvanized ACCO Brand Chain (New July 2017)
  • Halogen overhead lights
  • Molded Corian sink & count


  • Steering Station with MMS engine controls & engine instrumentation
  • Furuno 15.6-Inch TZtouch2 Multi Function Display on Flybridge (New Summer 2018)
  • Standard Horizon VHF with AIS & GPS (GX2200)
    • Dedicated 8’ Antenna (New March 2018)
  • ABT Bow Thruster Control
  • Side-Power Stern Thruster Control
  • Horn Control
  • Windlass controls
  • NAIAD Stabilizer Controls
  • LED ACR Searchlight controls
  • AP-20 Autopilot control Head with Rudder Indicator
    • Replaced with New Control Head September 2017
  • Radar Arch (versus dry stack)
  • Generous Built-In Seating
    • L-Settee with closed cell foam Vinyl Cushions
    • Seat 6 Adults Comfortably
    • Storage Under Seating
  • Todd Helm chair with stainless steel pedestal
  • Very Large Deck Box Storage
  • Speakers for Pilot House Stereo (New November 2017)
  • (2) 6” Round Lumitec LED Dome Lighting (Blue & White options) (Dimmable)
  • Ritchie compass
  • Venturi wind screen (New March 2018)
  • Bimini – Navy Sunbrella, Gore-Tex thread
    • Heavy Duty Stainless Frame
  • Aritex HSC-600S LB Hydraulic Crane
    • 1,300 Lb Capacity
  • Caribe DL-12 Dinghy (registration MD 0109 DB)
    • Re-Tubed July 2017 with Marine Grade (Thicker) Hypalon
      • White & Grey Novurania Styling
    • VHF Blackbox Radio (New March 2018)
    • Garmin 741 XS (7-Inch) GPS with Sonar (New March 2018)
    • LED Fuel Gauge (March 2018)
    • Honda 40 HP (Full Service Feb 2018)
    • 110V Battery Charger Installed to Allow Charging Underway on Fly
    • Replaced Steering Helm & Bezel Parts
  • Shakespeare Antennas

 Electrical equipment

  • 60 Hertz (US Style) 50 Amp Service For House and Air Conditioning
  • Northern Lights M843N 12KW Generator in Sound Shield
    • Full Service August 2017 by YachtTech in Florida
  • Dual 12V & 24V Alternators
    • Fully Reconditioned February 2018
  • Outback Inverter & Charger
  • 12 VDC
  • 240 VAC
  • Inverter 120 VAC
  • 2 Solar Panels (LG NeON R LG360Q1C-A5) 360 Watt Panels
    • 2 Victron  30A MPPT Smart controllers
    • Mounted with 1.25” Gemini Side-Hinged Jaw Slide
  • Shore Power Alcove
    • Portuguese Bridge Port Forward
    • 50 amp House Inlet
    • 50 amp A/C Only Inlet
    • 30 amp House Inlet
  • Buck Boost Power Transformer

 Deck equipment

  • Diamond Pattern Non-Skid Decking
  • 1 ¼” Diameter Stainless Steel Rails
  • Portuguese Walk Around Bridge
    • Lockers Accessible From Inside, with Gelcoat Finish
  • Covered Starboard Side Deck
  • Kahlenberg D-2 Dual Trumpet Chrome Horn (new March 2018)
    • New Compressor and wiring March 2018
  • Delta Anchor (Stored in Lazeratte)
  • At Anchor Flopper Stopper (Port Side) Plate Stored in Aft Laz)
  • Maxwell Windlass VWC 3500 Electric
    • Top End Removed, Cleaned & Re-greased July 2017
    • New Motor Installed February 2018
    • New Maxwell 2200 Gear Box Installed March 2021 & Top Side tear down
  • Bruce 176 lb Anchor
  • Stainless Steel Double Bow Roller
    • Starboard Roller Slotted for Chain
    • Port Roller Smooth for Line
  • 400 Feet of 3/8’s Inch ISO Short Link G40 High Test, Hot Dipped Galvanized ACCO Brand Chain (New July 2017)
    • Color Coded w/ Depth Markings in 25 Foot Increments
  • (11) Red LED Courtesy lights
  • Water Spigot Alcove
    • Portuguese Bridge Starboard Side Forward
    • Fresh water Spigot
    • Raw Water Anchor Wash-down Spigot with Jabsco Par-Max 6.0 GPM Pump (New March 2018)
  • (3) Stainless Dinghy Davits
    • February 2018 Removed
    • Allowed to Dry Out In Winter Storage Shed
    • Removed Small Section of Wet Core On Aft Most Davit
    • Filled All Deck Holes With Epoxy Resin
    • Over Drilled 24 Holes & Filled with Epoxy
    • Chamfered All Deck Holes
    • King Starboard Plates Manufactured and 3M 5200 to Deck
    • Butyl Tape in Chamfers, 3M 4000 UV For Stainless Mounting Hardware
      • Thru Bolted All Hardware (24 X ¼ Inch #20)
  • Caribe DL-12 Dinghy (registration MD 0109 DB)
    • Re-Tubed July 2017 with Marine Grade (Thicker) Hypalon
      • White & Grey Novurania Styling
    • VHF Blackbox Radio (New March 2018)
    • Garmin 741 XS (7-Inch) GPS with Sonar (New March 2018)
    • LED Fuel Gauge (March 2018)
    • Replaced Steering Helm & Bezel Parts
    • Honda 40 HP (Full Service Feb 2018)
    • 110V Battery Charger Installed to Allow Charging Underway on Fly
    • (White & Grey
  • Fair Weather Gunk Hole Snubber Bridle
  • Heavy Duty Hurricane Snubber Bridle
    • 2 x 40’ Leg Bridle with 18” Chafe Covered Eyes and 3’ Covered Necks
      • 22 MM (.87 Inches) 8-Plait Nylon Black
    • Thimble Ends with Green Pin Safety Shackle & 3/8’s Snubber Hook

 Engine room and mechanical equipment

  • Alaska Diesel Electric, Inc.  Lugger Model No. L6108A Turbo-Charged, After-Cooled Diesel Engine
    • YachtTech Work July 2017 (Summary Points)
      • Flush Cooling System
      • Replace Thermostats
      • Remove Heat Exchangers, Boil, Clean, Paint
      • New Raw Water Pump
      • Remove & Repair Circulating Pump
      • Replace Gear Hoses
      • Remove & Repair After Cooler
      • Coolant Flush
      • Major NAIAD Stabilizer Service
        • Actuators &  Lower Seals
      • Rebuild Injection Pump
      • New Fuel Injectors
      • Raw Water Cooling System Completely Inspected (Port & Starboard Thru-Hulls and new T-Fitting)
  • Yanmar Wing Engine
    • Model 3JH3E
    • YachtTech Work July 2017 (Summary Points)
      • Replace Exhaust Elbow
      • Fluids Change
  • Northern Lights M843N 12KW Generator in Sound Shield
    • Full Service August 2017 by YachtTech in Florida
      • Remove & Rebuild Injection Pump
      • Remove & Rebuild Injectors
      • Coolant Flush
      • New AGM Start Battery
  • New Large 12-V Blower Fans in AFT of ER
  • Exhaust Riser Rebuilt (Washburns & Metcalf) (November 2017)
  • New Exhaust Wrap and Blanket (Washburns and Philbrooks) (November 2017)
  • New 2.25” Aquamet 22 Tapered Main Engine Shaft (New March 2018)
    • Repitched and Balanced Prop (New March 2018)
    • Duramax Dripless Shaft Seal (New March 2018)
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Primary Engine Room Bilge Pump Upgrade (February 2018)
    • New Jabsco Diaphragm Belt Drive Pump for Nuisance Water
    • 4000 GPH Rule Lower Bilge Pump (in-line with Manual hosing & Thru-Hull)
      • Ultra Switch Wired to PH Lighted & Audio Panel
    • 4000 GPH Rule Hi-Water Bilge Pump
      • Ultra Switch Wired to PH Lighted & Audio Panel
    • Ultra Switch in Bulbous Bow Wired to Audio Alarm in Pilot House
  • Groco Raw Water Hull Intake Scoop “Cheese Grater” Style Strainers
    • Maine Engine
    • Wing Engine
    • Generator
    • A/C Intake
  • Raw Water Alarms In Pilot House
  • Engine Room Foiled & Leaded Foam for Sound Insulation
    • All exposed insulated surfaces to be shrouded with an anodized aluminum perforated panel
  • Fuel Manifold System With Racor Filters
  • Seacocks on all thru-hulls below waterline
  • Kidde Fireboy Halon Fire Suppression System
  • 4 MarineAire remote air-conditioning compressors
    • Pilot House, Salon, Guest Cabin & Master Cabin
    • Heat Strips for Cold Weather Cruising
    • Serviced July 2017
  • (6) AGM 8-D’s batteries
    • 4-AGMs for Houe
    • 2-AGMs for 24V Main Engine Start
  • One (1) AGM 4-D battery for Wing & Genset (New July ‘17)
  • Torrid 20 Gallon Hot Water Heater
    • 1500 Watt Heating Element or Engine Heat Exchanger
  • 50 gallon Fiberglass Holding Tank w/tank monitor, odor filter and Pump Out

 Safety & Safety Gear

  • ACR GlobalFix iPro 406 28460 EPIRB Category I Rescue Beacon with Auto-Release Bracket, Built-in GPS, and LED Status Display
    • New July 2017
  • ACR Ditch Bag in Pilot House
  • Winslow Life Raft (Repacked By Winslow July 2017)
  • AIS Furuno (Factory Reconditioned September 2017)
  • Standard Horizon HX850S Hand-Held VHF/GPS Radio – ESHX850S
  • Throwable Lifesling 2 – With White Stanchion Aft-Rail Storage Bag
  • MMSI Registration Number 338254219
  • WxWorx – XM Weather in Pilot House