Daddy's Money

57' 0" NORDHAVN 1999


Specifications

Name: Daddy's Money
Builder: NORDHAVN
Location: Palmetto Florida United States
Price: $749,500.00
Length: 57' 0"
Beam: 17' 3" / 5.26 m
Max Draft: 5' 9" / 1.75 m
Year Built: 1999
Fuel: 1800 gal
Water Capacity: 330 gallons

The Nordhavn 57 is a full-displacement passagemaker with all the necessary features of an ocean crosser. The construction is to the same heavy scantlings as her sister ships, but the design differs in styling and interior volume. The 57 maintains a rugged, commercial look while interfacing a contemporary elegance, and offers a level of performance that expands the envelope of top cruising speed and long range potential. The hull and its bulbous bow have been fine-tuned. A combination of a parabolic-shaped bulb, fuller sections aft, and a stern designed to minimize drag-inducing suction at high cruising speeds, allows this vessel to run efficiently at speed. The 57 offers cruising speeds above what is normally possible in a full-displacement hull while maintaining the benefits of this hull form, such as ocean crossing capability, reduced noise and vibration levels, heavy construction scantlings, and greater safety - comfort. For semi-planing hulls to achieve planing speeds, weight must be minimized which adversely effects seaworthiness and long-range capability. Additionally, the seakeeping qualities of the higher-speed models are compromised due to their light displacement - length ratios, small rudders, and shallow keels. The 57 features an interior volume - overall length ratio higher than previous Nordhavn designs. This increase in space is due to a greater beam - length ratio, increased volume in hull sections, and the beam carried farther aft. Additional innovations include a walk-in engine room with dual work benches, a deep lazarette with shelves, a large cockpit, a swim platform with access door, a large flybridge, and fiberglass fuel and water tanks.

The galley, at the forward end of the salon, is arranged for gourmet meals aboard, with Corian style counter tops and dual stainless sinks. The propane stove is a Force 10 with three burners, broiler, and oven, complete with two 30 LB aluminum gas tanks. Subzero refrigerator and freezer, in sink garbage disposal, GE convection microwave, Grohe Lady Lux faucet. There is a Sea Freeze icemaker in the salon, a Force 10 barbecue grill in the cockpit, and a GE freezer in the lazerette. There is a full size Whirlpool washer and dryer, and a built in Nutone central vacuum system

Vessel Overview

The Nordhavn 57 is a full-displacement passagemaker with all the necessary features of an ocean crosser. The construction is to the same heavy scantlings as her sister ships, but the design differs in styling and interior volume. The 57 maintains a rugged, commercial look while interfacing a contemporary elegance, and offers a level of performance that expands the envelope of top cruising speed and long range potential. The hull and its bulbous bow have been fine-tuned. A combination of a parabolic-shaped bulb, fuller sections aft, and a stern designed to minimize drag-inducing suction at high cruising speeds, allows this vessel to run efficiently at speed. The 57 offers cruising speeds above what is normally possible in a full-displacement hull while maintaining the benefits of this hull form, such as ocean crossing capability, reduced noise and vibration levels, heavy construction scantlings, and greater safety - comfort. For semi-planing hulls to achieve planing speeds, weight must be minimized which adversely effects seaworthiness and long-range capability. Additionally, the seakeeping qualities of the higher-speed models are compromised due to their light displacement - length ratios, small rudders, and shallow keels. The 57 features an interior volume - overall length ratio higher than previous Nordhavn designs. This increase in space is due to a greater beam - length ratio, increased volume in hull sections, and the beam carried farther aft. Additional innovations include a walk-in engine room with dual work benches, a deep lazarette with shelves, a large cockpit, a swim platform with access door, a large flybridge, and fiberglass fuel and water tanks.

The galley, at the forward end of the salon, is arranged for gourmet meals aboard, with Corian style counter tops and dual stainless sinks. The propane stove is a Force 10 with three burners, broiler, and oven, complete with two 30 LB aluminum gas tanks. Subzero refrigerator and freezer, in sink garbage disposal, GE convection microwave, Grohe Lady Lux faucet. There is a Sea Freeze icemaker in the salon, a Force 10 barbecue grill in the cockpit, and a GE freezer in the lazerette. There is a full size Whirlpool washer and dryer, and a built in Nutone central vacuum system

Mechanical and Engine Room

  • Lugger 6125A 325hp continuous duty rated with 4761 hours 
  • Yanmar 4JH2ME wing engine 45 HP with 91 hours
  • NAIAD stabilizers with underwater protection gear 
  • American Bowthruster, 24 volt 25hp with three stations 
  • Mathers Microcomander engine controls with three stations, PH, FB and cockpit 
  • Maxwell HWC 3500 Windlass with counter three indicator 
  • Racor Fuel Filters with water indicator alarm 
  • Floscan Fuel monitor system with transfer and RCX filter system 
  • Algeaxfuel treatment system 
  • Fireboy fire suppression system 
  • Three automatic bilge pumps 
  • Engine driven emergency bilge pump 
  • Whale Gusher hand bilge pump 
  • High water alarms 
  • Two raw water pickups for main engine 
  • Two raw water pickups for sea chest to A/C, watermaker, gensets, and washdown 
  • Oil change system for all engines 
  • Reverse gear oil change pump 
  • Cruisair air conditioning with 5 compressors and back up water pump 
  • Air conditioning vent to engine room 
  • Sea Recovery 800 gallons per day watermaker - Serviced regularly 
  • Paragon JR water pump with backup 
  • Racor Fresh water filter 
  • Hot and cold shower on swim platform 
  • Fresh and salt water washdown on stern and bow 
  • Fresh water washdown on flybridge 
  • Grohe plumbing fixtures throughout 
  • Raritan 20 gallon water heater 
  • 60 Gallon holding tank with Y valve 
  • Windshield wash system 
  • 330 gallon fiberglass water tank

Electronics - Just Installed!

  • New Garmin 8616 XVS MFD
  • New (2) Garmin 8616 MFD 
  • New Garmin Fantom Radar 24" 48 Mile 
  • New Garmin VHF 315 Modular VHF Radio/Hailer 
  • New Wisenet CC Security System recording and remote view of 4 cameras
  • New Siren Marine Security system for entry, high bilge alarm, shore power, boat movement gps tracking via cellular
  • New Yamaha RA-A1070BL Surround Sound System in Main Salon
  • New KVH TV3 Sat TV
  • New (4) Vizio TV's
  • New Fusion BB300R Sirius Receiver 
  • Furuno FCV-582L depth finder
  • Simrad Robertson AP22 Autopilot w/repeaters 
  • B&G Network wind, speed, temp 
  • Naiad stabilizer controller
  • American bow thruster control
  • Panasonic intercom phone  
  • Rudder angle indicator 
  • Polarity indicators 
  • Ritchie compasses 
  • Weems & Plath clocks 
  • Weems & Plath Barometer 
  • Windshield defoggers 
  • Perko searchlight
  • Anchor Counter 
  • Stidd helm chair in pilothouse 
  • Sony DSS Reciever
  • Seatel DSS Satellite Dish

Electrical and Generators

  • Main electrical panel in pilothouse with sections for 120 Volts, 240 Volts, &12 Volt.
  • 8D AGM batteries 
  • AGM battery in wheelhouse for electronics 
  • 24 Volt charger for main engine starting batteries 
  • 50 and 100 Amp shore power service 
  • 50 Amp Shore cord 
  • Two TRACE 2500 watt inverters (Note: One remote panel not operable)
  • Two Northern Lights M844 Generators, Gen #1 16KW with 3547 hours. Gen #2 3365 hours 
  • Xantrex - Link 10 power monitor

Deck and Hardware

  • Delta 88 LB anchor with 300' 7/16 chain 
  • Windshield sun screen 
  • Quartz floodlight on bridge 
  • Lifesling overboard rescue system 
  • Warping winch in cockpit 
  • Additional boarding doors in gunwhales at pilothouse level 
  • Jackson 1000 LB hoist  
  • Fixed Bimini top with work of art stainless frame 
  • Closed cell cushions with covers on flybridge 
  • Flopper Stopper rig for stabilizing at anchor  
  • Spurs on shaft 
  • Lines and fenders
  • Epirb
  • Spare parts inventory
  • Concealed safe

Exclusions

  • Edgewater Tender
  • Bauer Jr Dive Compressor
  • Owners personal effects, tools and art work.

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