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Old 01-23-2017, 05:06 PM   #1
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2nd Generation Nordic Tug 32

Hi there,

I'm looking for a "2nd Generation" Nordic Tug 32 somewhere in the Pacific Northwest.

Something between 2002-2008 would be ideal. I'm always checking YachtWorld but if you know of anything else out there, or are planning to sell, please get in touch.

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Old 01-23-2017, 06:13 PM   #2
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Friends with a 2002 (IIRC) 32 are looking to upgrade to a 37. Their 32 (named Fortunate) has had lots of recent, significant updates and it's been to SE Alaska and around Vancouver Island recently in the couple years they've owned her.
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Hello LouisG. As Retriever noted, we currently have our 2002 NT32 listed for sale, as we are moving up to a NT37. Fortunate is in great condition, with about 2200 engine hours. We put in all new electronics in 2015, as well as a new davit in 2015. We installed solar panels and installed a new integrated controller for them, and lots of additional upgrades. We are based in Anacortes and our boat is listed on YachtWorld, listing #76868-3028111. Let us know if we can answer any questions
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That is about as complete NT 32 I have seen. The West Coast of VI? Speaks well for the vessel and that trip takes some serious cruising chops!
Oh, throw in a SARCA and Eric may be interested. He loves NT 32s.
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Fortunate

That's a real nice looking Nordic Tug. Is that considered a gen1 or gen2? It looks like it has the extended hull under the swim platform which I believe they added for gen2, but it also has the 220HP.

I'm a little confused by the transition. It seems to have happened sometime between 2002 and 2003 but I'm not exactly sure.

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I had Tatanka listed on CL several months ago.
Its a 2004 NT 32 with about 700 hours on the Cummins 5.9 270 HP .
It also has a low hour Onan 5 KW generator, great electronics, new custom Talalay latex mattress with custom sheets and comforter, stainless portholes, factory tinted windows, 2 AC/heat pump units. It also has a Lofrans Tigress windlass.
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Hi LouisG - I do not know whether it is considered a Gen 1 or a Gen 2 - our NT32 does have the attached swimstep and 220hp. I thought the transition was in late 2001, early 2002, but not sure.
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That is about as complete NT 32 I have seen. The West Coast of VI? Speaks well for the vessel and that trip takes some serious cruising chops!
Oh, throw in a SARCA and Eric may be interested. He loves NT 32s.
Thanks Sunchaser,
Indeed I do on both counts but I'm too poor to seriously look at a NT. The cheapest one's are about $100k.
If I wasn't so involved w my other anchors I'd be ripe for a SARCA but none of my other anchors have failed yet .. except for setting problems. If the Vulcan was made by some other company I could perhaps ........
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