Nordic Tug 37 Flybridge

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Boat Details

Make: Nordic Tug
Model: 37 Flybridge
Year: 2008
LOA: 40ft/12m
Class: Semi-Displacement
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Engine Type: Single Diesel
Drive: Shaft Drives
Layout: Fly Bridge
Berths: 6
Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 30675
Vessel Name: Sinbad
Designed by Lyn Senour and built by Nordic Tugs INC, Burlington, WA, USA in December 2007 to the 2008 model year specification.

GRP Hull, long keel, full skeg.
Optional flybridge version
Bowthruster and two sternthrusters with remote control
Extended pulpit
Sonihull ultrasonic antifouling system with two heads

LOA -12.57m (41'3'')
LWL -11.38m (37'4'')
BEAM -3.94m (12'11'')
DRAFT - 1.35m (4'42'')
AIR DRAFT - 4.1m (13' 6'')
DISPLACEMENT - 10,250Kg (22,600 lbs)

Regularly serviced, antifouled and scrubbed.
Excellent views from both the pilot house and the saloon. Full 6' 7" head room and high quality teak joinery throughout; mid-blue 'ultra leather' upholstery
Large master cabin forward with centreline double bed with two hanging lockers. Guest cabin forward to port with large single/small double bed and an additional slide-away bunk above.
Warm air heaters in the cabins.
One head (with holding tank) and separate shower compartment.
L shaped settee and table with two folding occasional chairs.
Additional handholds throughout
Custom teak joinery for bottles and glasses in saloon
Extensive storage throughout the boat

Corian work surfaces
Force 10 gas cooker with three burners, temperature controlled oven and grill
Isotherm front loading refrigerator and separate freezer
Large sink

Gas system is set up for Butane and there are both a Camping Gaz and 7.5 Kg Calor cylinder to provide alternative supply options
Spacious engine room with a single Cummings QSB 5.9 litre 380HP diesel engine
Three ZF Cruise Command engine controls -pilot house, flybridge and aft (to moor single-handed control using the thruster remote control)
2.43:1 reduction ratio gearbox
Engine hours on 1st October 2017: 1322
Two Racor fuel filters/water separators with vacuum gauges (allowing a filter to be changed while the engine is still running)
Reverso oil change system in engine room
Special Hung Shen 5 blade 28” propeller
Ambassador rope stripper
Lewmar 185 bowthruster 6-7HP
Two Side Power SE40 stern thrusters
Remote control for thrusters

Northern Lights 5 Kw generator
Hours run on 1st October 2017: approximately 260
Two blocks of two AGM 6v cells for 12v domestics total of 400AH
AGM 12v 200AH engine battery also powers windlass and thrusters
One 120AH 12v battery for the generator
160 a/h engine alternator
Victron Phoenix multi-plus 2000W inverter/charger with remote control at helm (2016)

Pressurised system with 240V immersion heater and engine heating calorifier
Seagull water filter in galley
Fresh water shower in cockpit
Sea water deck wash on foredeck and in cockpit

Diesel (two aluminium tanks) 1226 litres (total)
Water 545 litres (one aluminium tank)
Black and grey holding tanks

Delta 25kg anchor
Lofrans 1200W electric windlass
Approx 60m of 10mm calibrated chain
Two Ritchie Compasses
Raymarine S2G autopilot with two ST6002 heads
Raymarine E120/E80 plotters
Raymarine Radar
Raymarine DSM30 Fishfinder
Raymarine 240E VHF
Raymarine ST30 speed/log
Raymarine ST60 echosounder
Raymarine ST30 wind
Digital Yacht AIS 1000 type B (integrated with plotter)
Sea-Me Active Radar Enhancer

Avon 4-man life raft (next service 2020)
Three automatic bilge pumps
Two smoke alarms
Two carbon monoxide alarms
Fireboy CG2-500-227 HFC fire suppression system in engine room
Three manual fire extinguishers (expiry unknown)
One fire blanket
One horseshoe lifebuoy

Avon 310 Lite RIB (approx. 2004) with additional chocks on upper deck
Full-sized mast with additional boom and dinghy hoist
19" Toshiba TV with Video (Glomex TV aerial)
Oceanair venetian blinds in saloon
Fusion radio with Bluetooth connection
All over winter covers
Nordic Tugs are iconic boats in the USA and Canada and we are pleased to have an EC certified flybridge version for sale. SINBAD was launched in 2008 model, white hull with flag blue inset lines, high specification and an excellent example. SINBAD has given the current owners a reliable and comfortable ownership. Designed by naval architect Lyn Senour, Nordic Tugs are solidly built for coastal cruising and many years' use. The Nordic Tug 37 was replaced by the Nordic Tug 40 in 2016. This has the same hull and waterline length and a broadly similar layout.

Finance options are available on this boat, please contact a member of the Lymington team for further details.
SINBAD is spacious and comfortable with good views from the pilot house, saloon or flybridge. She has looked after us faultlessly over the past seven years, whether in rough seas in the Baltic and Channel or exploring the main rivers of Europe, like the Rhine, Scheldt and Seine.

We have found the boat very manoeuvrable (single-handed if necessary) in small harbours and locks. At a cruising speed of 7.5 - 8 knots the engine is quiet and economical, but it is nice to know that there is a substantial reserve of power if it is needed. We have had a wonderful time with SINBAD and now understand why Nordic Tugs are held in such high regard. We have always aimed to keep the boat in good condition. She came well-equipped and we have added some useful extras, like a slide-away bunk (popular with grandchildren) and a boom to hoist the dinghy onto the top deck. Although living aboard during each summer has been a pleasure, it is becoming more difficult for us as we get older, which is why we are selling.