“Oceanzpirit” is a late model Nordhavn 60 that has been impeccably maintained. She is immaculate both inside and out.
“Oceanzpirit” is the most well-equipped Nordhavn 60 currently available on the brokerage market. From the moment you walk on board, her custom interior design is striking. When built, no expense was spared, from her twin engines to her extensive redundancy across systems, to her four-cabin design offering a purpose built “passage” cabin, perfect also for families and friends. There are three heads located in the master, pilothouse and guest staterooms, and the door arrangement between cabins can act as an ensuite to the forward guest stateroom as well. Her highly upgraded interior is luxurious with its horizontal grain wood interior, cherry plank floors (protected by carpeting), custom counter tops, inlays and lighting and extensive refrigeration and freezers.
“Oceanzpirit” was originally delivered to her current owners in Hong Kong and then made the passage to Fiji on her own bottom with the owners taking final delivery in 2015. “Oceanzpirit” has traveled extensively between Fiji, the South Pacific and New Zealand for the last few seasons. She is extremely well equipped with an expansive array of spares for those long ocean passages.
The aft deck is setup for fishing. The seating arrangement being aft facing allows for panoramic views of the exotic locations while relaxing, having a drink or meal. Extra seating with the salon ottomans allows comfortable seating for six around the fold-out teak table. There is a custom dual Teppanyaki grill, ice-maker, and live bait tank along with a sink unit.
With the nearly 2-1/2-year lead time to own a new Nordhavn 60, “Oceanzpirit” has been meticulously maintained and is in like-new condition. She offers a unique opportunity to immediately own one of the most popular Nordhavn models in the current production line and she is ready to take her new owners on exciting adventures anywhere in the world!
Her outstanding qualities and value are exemplified by meticulous maintenance and redundancy of critical extended voyaging systems, among them: dual generators, dual watermakers, dual inverters, dual multi-frequency 100-amp Victron battery chargers suited for operation in 50/60hz environments, and full electronics redundancy (autopilots, radars, and triple plotter cartography).
Oceanzpirit has just been professionally polished and has had all the scheduled maintenance on her systems including the engines, transmissions generators, watermakers and fuel filters. She is fully set for her next offshore adventure.
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Some of the outstanding features and specifications found on “Oceanzpirit”:
The interior joinery work is done in a beautiful horizontal wood with a satin finish. The settees are all covered with ultra-leather material. You enter the salon by the way of a large Dutch door with both glass on top and bottom, a tremendous feeling of open space with the custom “L” shaped settee to port with a “high low” dining table. Moving forward of the dining area is a Caesarstone breakfast bar with three (3) custom moveable stools that have storage space inside doubling also as counter seating and with matching exterior covers for deck dining. To starboard is cabinetry for storage and a large flat screen TV that stores out of sight on the starboard side of the salon and contains a beverage unit, freezer and extensive additional storage. A wet locker provides adequate storage for dive or wet weather gear. Pull-down shades hide behind the upgraded valances to provide an unobstructed view.
The galley is located just forward of the salon and is accessed by stepping down two (2) shallow steps. Custom Caesar stone covers all work surfaces including the large back splash and is carried outside adjacent to the galley. All the appointed galley appliances are seen in custom home gourmet kitchens. The large 36” Sub-Zero refrigerator with pull-out refrigerator drawers provide ample room for extended trips. A custom vertical sliding door storage area provides ample room for coffee maker and other appliances.
Owner’s Stateroom/Owner’s Head:
The owner’s stateroom with its soft suede head liner, custom headboard and lighting provides a luxuriously appointed stateroom with upgraded mattresses and ample storage with hanging lockers, large his/hers custom dresser and drawers under bed. The head provides ample storage and walk-in shower with bench seating for those days at sea and upgraded Headhunter toilet.
Guest Stateroom/Guest Head:
Entering the guest cabin, the first difference is that “Oceanzpirit” was built with the new and very desirable VIP guest cabin beautifully appointed with suede and vinyl accents. The berth is located on the centerline providing ample room to move around the cabin. It too has reversible bedding, upgraded mattress a 40” TV, Caframo fans and more storage than you can imagine. The VIP guest head is located inside the cabin and features stone countertops. Appointed with a Headhunter fresh water head and a large walk in shower, this is a spacious guest head.
Below the guest stateroom cabin sole is access to the large storage and machinery room, housing the fresh water system withe backup Headhunter fresh water pump, emergency bilge pump/anchor wash pump and other machinery.
This custom bunkroom is genius for its midships location and versatility as the perfect passage/crew cabin, extended guest cabin or family cabin. It has ample lockers including at the head of each bunk, under bed drawers, under locker drawers and even comes with a sizeable cupboard that the current owners utilize as a pantry.
Pilothouse/ Captain’s Cabin/Day Head:
This full beam helm gives a feeling of spaciousness and it’s here that Oceanzpirit’s new owners can enjoy all this boat has to offer with its extensive electronics and comfortable twin Stidd seating. The Captain’s cabin uniquely doubles as both a single cabin (with more space available) or a double cabin. The head has been upgraded to provide shower facilities.
Accessed from the salon and galley a stairway leads down to the utility and laundry room. “Oceanzpirit” was fitted with an extra 250 US gallon fuel tank located in this area. The utility room also offers storage, additional freezer and Miele washer and separate Miele dryer.
Accessed from the utility room through a large water tight door, the engine room is very spacious with standing headroom. "Oceanzpirit" is equipped with twin Lugger 1066T 170hp each. The engines are fitted with their own PTO to power the hydraulic ABT TRAC stabilizing fins. Sitting directly behind the main engines are the 10kw and 20kw Northern lights generators.
Machinery and Equipment:
Oceanzpirit is designed with spacious exterior room from the massive cockpit area, swim platform, foredeck, boat deck and enormous flybridge. The flybridge is equipped with two (2) Todd helm chairs, a large settee and table.
The back deck of Oceanzpirit is fitted with a well-conceived and versatile entertainment setup featuring a large fold out teak-table and custom-built unit fitted with dual Teppanyaki grills, a live bait tank, ice maker, drawers, cupboard storage.
“Oceanzpirit” has been maintained to the highest standards using the wheelhousemaintenance system and is been stocked with replacement spares as part of the Sea-Kits option that goes along with the system. A substantial on-board spares inventory is recorded in the wheelhouse. A spare parts Inventory is available.
Oceanzpirit’s operation in 50HZ and 60Hz Environments
"Oceanzpirit", like all Nordhavn’s is designed to operate off grid and can operate irrespective of AC voltage and frequency from shower power when on the dock. Nordhavn’s are by nature operated worldwide where there are essentially two different shore-based AC systems. A Power Converter could be used for the interface between the Shore Power and the boat, along with associated issues. In practice this has not been required with the design of the upgraded Electrical System on "Oceanzpirit".
230VAC 50HZ Shore Power Available
Use the Shower Power Inlets for the 230VAC 50HZ Ship Service Bus and/or the 230VAC 50HZ HVAC Service Bus. Also, there is a separate Shore Power Inlet for two 100amp 24VDC Battery Chargers/Power Supplies that will accept any voltage and frequency.
The Ship Service Bus, HVAC Bus, and Inverter Service Bus can be fully powered from Shower Power if the Shore Power capacity is sufficient. If there is insufficient Shore Power capacity a generator may need to be operated for high power consumers.
All DC Busses are powered via the Batteries and Inverter / Battery Chargers
110/230VAC 60HZ Shore Power Available
Use Multi Power Battery Charger Bus Inlet for power supply/charging.
The 230VAC 50HZ Inverter Service AC Bus will be powered.
All DC Busses are powered via the Batteries and Battery Chargers/Power Supply
230VAC 50HZ Ship Service Bus and/or 230VAC 50HZ HVAC Bus can be powered by 20KW or 10KW Generator which are very quiet for operation at the dock.
In practice the 6KW Inverter Service Bus along with the 24VDC and 12VDC bus will power the boat for normal operation on the dock. Only when high power consumers like Air-conditioning, Oven, Cooktop, Water Heater are required are one of the Generators started.
When the boat is left unattended on the dock all batteries will be charged and the DC busses and the AC Inverter Service Bus will be powered. All bilge pumps, and monitoring systems will be powered.
Practical Aspects of 60HZ Operation
A number of the docks (unless you pay for an extra-large berth if available) do not have the capacity to power the high-power consumers like Air-conditioning, Ovens and Cooktops irrespective of the type of Shore Power, so the generator is run for these functions anyway. This gives the generator a run and the cost of running the generator is often less than the Shore Power charge.
While the appliances such as coffee makers, toasters etc are 230VAC, if they fail or need to be replaced, they are available anywhere in the world with online ordering. If they fail in a remote isolated place it doesn’t matter what the power they require, they will be unavailable unless spare units are on board. As these appliances are relatively inexpensive it is practical to carry spare units. Chargers for phones computers etc are multi voltage and frequency.
If 110VAC is required at some outlets it would be easy to fit a stepdown transformer like used for the Sub-Zero refrigerator on the outlets power supply at the main panel or fit a 110VAC 60HZ Inverter.
The voltage and frequency is not a problem if the boat is off grid at anchor. 50HZ and 60HZ Shore Power along with the Solar Panels can be used if the boat is at the dock. If the Shore Power is 60HZ, then for most of the time Shore Power and Solar Panels are used. Only when high power consumers are required is a Generator used which occurs more often than not with 50HZ Shore Power as well.