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Old 12-25-2017, 11:13 PM   #1
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Help identify this boat?

Was scouting an anchorage via webcam and saw this sharp vessel. I cannot figure out what it is. Any guesses?
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Old 12-25-2017, 11:35 PM   #2
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OA ? Maybe..
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Old 12-25-2017, 11:56 PM   #3
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Looks like the new Nordhavn Coastal Pilot.
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Looks like the new Nordhavn Coastal Pilot.
I think you got it. I hadn't even considered it since you rarely see anything bigger than 60ft in that pocket. No wonder I was smitten
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Looks like the 59CP to me also...
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Nordhavn Coastal Pilot +1
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43 minutes! You guys are slacking.
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OA ? Maybe..
That's what I was thinking at first. I think Nordhavn could have done better. It's not the prettiest boat that they have designed but not bad. That said, I wish I could afford it. It is probably one of the most capable coastal cruisers made. Class A!
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I think Nordhavn could have done better. It's not the prettiest boat that they have designed but not bad.

Different strokes for different folks. I immediately tried to figure out what it was and came here when I couldn't. Thought it looked fantastic, unidentified from a distance. I'm a fan of the concept, any idea how they're selling?


Not a bad way to spend Christmas day - on the hook in South Florida in a 59 CP. Hats off to the captain.
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That's what I was thinking at first. I think Nordhavn could have done better. It's not the prettiest boat that they have designed but not bad. That said, I wish I could afford it. It is probably one of the most capable coastal cruisers made. Class A!
Yes, Nordhavn has such a clear and unique design philosophy..The Coastal Cruiser just doesnít fit the line up..Iím sure itís a quality boat, but itís difficult to see the Nordhavn heritage in that design...They could have done much better..
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Old 12-26-2017, 06:29 PM   #12
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It is surprising to me that that is a Nordhavn. I wasn't aware that they had re entered this segment of the market. It kind of strikes me that they cobbled together a couple of different designs ..or couldn't make up their minds what style they were going for. Not fan of this one.
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Reminds me a bit of Benneteau
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