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1982 NORDICA 30, SA5758
Location: New Brunswick
BUILDER: Exe Fibercraft DESIGNER: : B. Malta-Mullerr
CONSTRUCTION: White fiberglass hull, deck and deckhouse; beige non-skid; blue boottop and cove stripe; red bottom paint; full keel; outboard rudder with tiller steering; bow and stern pulpits and double lifelines; 4 opening ports; 4 large fixed ports; 1 hatch; blue Dodger; anchor locker forward with anchor rollers at the stem-head.
ACCOMMODATIONS:The yacht sleeps 5 and has 5'10" headroom. Vee berth forward with enclosed head aft to port with a hanging locker opposite to starboard. The main cabin has a 'U' shaped settee with a drop-leaf table to port and a settee opposite. The galley is aft to port with a quarter-berth and small bureau to starboard. The head has a Jabsco marine toilet with overboard discharge, sink and vanity. A holding tank is fitted but not connected. The Galley has a 2 burner Origo (non-pressurized) alcohol stove with oven and cutting-board top; ice box, stainless steel sink. Fresh water at both sinks is accessed via hand pumps from a 20 gallon stainless steel tank. The interior has teak veneer bulkheads, solid teak trim, blue fabric upholstery and a painted plywood cabin sole. There is a Force 10 kerosene, bulkhead mounted, heater.
The interior has a fiberglass headliner, solid teak trim; teak veneer cabinetry, teak and holly sole and green/gray tweed type fabric upholstery.
ENGINE: 2013 Yanmar model #3Y20, 20 HP marine diesel inboard; Fresh Water Cooling (heat-exchanger); hour meter showing 120 hours to the time of listing; 6 gallon stainless steel fuel tank; 3 bladed fixed propeller. The engine provides a 5.5 kt. Cruising speed and a top speed in excess of 6 kts.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: The yacht has both 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC systems. The 12 volt system is supplied by an alternator on the engine through a selector switch to 2 lead-acid batteries (2019), thence to a selector switch, fuse panel and on to lights and accessories. The 110 volt system is supplied by shore-power connection. A 30 amp shore-cord is included. She has a full complement of cabin and navigation lights.
RIGGING: The yacht has an aluminum mast, main boom and spruce jib club (boom); stainless steel standing rigging; internal halyards; main sheet traveller; flag halyard; boom vang; topping lift; Harken sheet winches and one halyard winch; winch handles. .
SAILS: MAINSAIL, Michelle Stevens, full battens, slab reefing (2014); CLUB JIB: Michelle Stevens, self-tacking (2010); GENOA: North (2003). There are blue sail covers for the mainsail and working jib.
ELECTRONICS: Icom VHF; Plastimo bulkhead mounted compass; speedometer and log; depth sounder; JRC #1000 Radar.
GENERAL: 5 Dock lines; 4 fenders; 2 boat hooks; 2 fire extinguishers; 4 life preservers; life ring; cockpit cushions; swim ladder; screens; winter cover; engine and equipment manuals.
PARTICULARS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARRANTED.
BROKER'S COMMENT:This is a very pretty Scandinavian design with a lovely double-ended stern with tumblehome. She has been lightly used by her current owner mostly for day-sailing. There has been much upgrading of the engine, sails and the interior, particularly the galley.
For more information or to arrange a viewing contact the listing broker:
G. Ernest Hamilton
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