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Old 12-08-2013, 11:08 AM   #61
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There's at least one N62 lurking around too guys.
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Old 12-08-2013, 11:09 AM   #62
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There's at least one N62 lurking around too guys.
Actually wasn't there two?
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Old 12-08-2013, 11:21 AM   #63
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I'm building a 60. But when I said there were two, I meant two people who recently became owners. There definitely are other owners here.
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Old 12-08-2013, 11:25 AM   #64
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Here are some shots of the keel coolers, they were filled with all kinds of crap!
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Old 12-08-2013, 11:41 AM   #65
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Can you tell what the keel coolers are made of?

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Old 12-08-2013, 12:52 PM   #66
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Can you tell what the keel coolers are made of? Dave
I want to say bronze but I'm not sure.
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Old 12-08-2013, 01:18 PM   #67
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Assuming it's the same cooler they are using currently, it's Copper/Nickel. Ferstrum CN1257U. That's for the main engine. The other cooler is probably for the hydraulics and is titanium. I'm not sure why different selections were made for the different coolers.
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I want to say bronze but I'm not sure...
]...it's Copper/Nickel. Ferstrum CN1257U. ... the hydraulics and is titanium...

oh my, high tech.. . I was thinking it was bronze myself!

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Hydraulics=high pressure.
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I'm building a 60. But when I said there were two, I meant two people who recently became owners. There definitely are other owners here.
TT, what's your completion/delivery date?
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Hydraulics=high pressure.
True, but the cooler is on the low pressure return side. But I suppose it's still higher pressure than the engine coolant so you are probably right.
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TT, what's your completion/delivery date?
February complete at the yard, May delivery after shipping and commissioning. But I think it's about 3 months behind schedule which would be about par for other builds I know about.

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WOW TT. Great choice! The N60 is a great boat. We looked at "Full Quarter" the N60 that recently sold. I consider myself just lucky to have been aboard her. Although we are not ready to make that move, it is our plan in the near future. Best of luck on the new build.

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There is an Australian delivered 2008 43 for sale in Sydney for $860K. Sigh.
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$860!!!! Wooooah!
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$860!!!! Wooooah!
Not surprised you were. Everything costs more here. I`ve brought in parts from US which, with shipping, are far less than retail here. Mostly due to our wage structure, and profit margins in the supply chain. A friend imported some Ronstan parts, actually made here, cheaper than local retail.
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Not surprised you were. Everything costs more here. I`ve brought in parts from US which, with shipping, are far less than retail here. Mostly due to our wage structure, and profit margins in the supply chain. A friend imported some Ronstan parts, actually made here, cheaper than local retail.
Ahhh, thanks for enlightening me on that.
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Old 12-12-2013, 05:37 PM   #78
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Just got the shore cords from Lewis. Whenever we are cruising, whenever possible were going to use 2 50-AMP 125/250 v. The reason for this is, because we have a total of three shore cord inlets. One 30-AMP 120v and 2-50 AMP 125/250v. One is for the house and the other is for the HVAC units, at the panel there is a selector switch for the HVAC panel, in which you could have the AC's run off there dedicated shore cord inlet, second you could have it run off the house, and third is just off. Anyways when we are at the dock with two shore cords plugged in we can run everything and not worry or load balance. Whether your cooking, washing, drying, operating the davit and charging the batteries all at once you won't have to worry.
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Old 12-13-2013, 07:51 AM   #79
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Just found this on the Nordhavn Owners site. This is our hull in the factory.
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Old 12-14-2013, 12:50 PM   #80
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We just made a quick trip up to Stuart to check how work is going. They finished the canvas, waxed, painted bottom, changed keel cooler fluids. All they have to do is pit the zincs and the name on. they also installed the Garmin transdeucer, and waxed the dinghy along with new cushions.
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