SOLD 2000 57' Nordhavn $845,000

B:North Yacht Company offers a 2000, 57’ NORDHAVN


SOLD Price: $845,000  |  Location: Port St. Lucie, FL |  Contact:  (910) 777-1534

Diversion, is offered for sale by her second owners who have enjoyed for the last 18 years. cruising around the east coast of Florida and the Bahamas. The sellers are a husband and wife team who are owner/operators. Diversion Nordhavn, is the popular 57 wide body salon, three staterooms layout with a newly remodeled interior She has been thoughtfully professional maintained throughout her ownership. (Her owner is a licensed and experienced marine surveyor so he knows how to keep things nice and running smoothly).


The Nordhavn 57 is a full-displacement passagemaker with all the necessary features of an ocean crosser. The construction is to the same heavy scantlings as her sister ships, but the design differs in styling and interior volume. The 57 maintains a rugged, commercial look while interfacing a contemporary elegance, and offers a level of performance that expands the envelope of top cruising speed and long range potential. The hull and its bulbous bow have been fine-tuned at the Engineering Facility at the University of British Columbia. Maintenance Strakes have been developed which maintain a moderate draft, and freeboard and superstructure height. The maintenance strakes not only provide added engine room height but enhance the vessel's performance by up to 2 percent depending on the speed selected. Working in conjunction with

the bulbous bow, the strakes have a positive effect on the wave-making characteristics and reduce resistance. A combination of a parabolic-shaped bulb, fuller sections aft, and a stern designed to minimize drag-inducing suction at high cruising speeds, allows this vessel to run efficiently at speed - length ratios of 1.6, or approximately 11.5 knots. There is a minimal efficiency penalty at lower 'ocean crossing' speeds, but this does not affect capability due to the vessel's substantial fuel capacity. The 57 offers cruising speeds above what is normally possible in a full-displacement hull while maintaining the benefits of this hull form, such as ocean crossing capability, reduced noise and vibration levels, heavy construction scantlings, and greater safety - comfort. For semi-planing hulls to achieve planing speeds, weight must be minimized which adversely effects seaworthiness and long-range capability. Additionally, the seakeeping qualities of the higher-speed models are compromised due to their light displacement - length ratios, small rudders, and shallow keels. The 57 features an interior volume - overall length ratio higher than previous Nordhavn designs. This increase in space is due to a greater beam - length ratio, increased volume in hull sections, and the beam carried farther aft. Additional innovations include a walk-in engine room with dual work benches, a deep lazarette with shelves, a large cockpit, a swim platform with access door, a large flybridge, and fiberglass fuel and water tanks.



  • Bulbous bow
  • Lugger single main engine with dry stack exhaust
  • Lugger wing engine
  • Asymmetric “wide body” salon
  • Three stateroom layout
  • Raised pilothouse
  • Semi-gloss teak wood interior
  • Corian countertops in galley and heads
  • Flybridge with Bimini top
  • Naiad stabilizers
  • ABT hydraulic bow thruster
  • HRO water maker (600 GPD)
  • FUEL: 2,000 gallons / 7,571 L (fiberglass)
  • HOLDING BLACK: 120 gallons / 454 L
  • FRESH WATER: 300 gallons / 1,136 L


TYPE: Long range passage maker



HULL COLOR: Lite Gray gelcoat

REGISTRY: United States Coast Guard documented

DESIGNER: Jeff Leishman

BUILDER: P.A.E./Ta Shing – Tainan, Taiwan

HULL MATERIAL: Solid Fiberglass

DISPLACEMENT: 122,000 lbs. / 55.34 MT

BALLAST: 3,300 lbs. / 1.5 MT

RANGE: 3,000 miles @ 8.0 knots

SPEED: Cruise 8.5 knots, Top 10.5 knots

LOA: 60’7” / 18.46 M

LWL: 53’3” / 16.23 M

BEAM: 17’7” / 5.36 M

DRAFT: 6’2” / 1.9 M

D/L: 320

Cp: Prismatic Coefficient .65

AIR DRAFT: 25'0" / 7.62 M top of antenna's

MAIN ENGINE: LUGGER L6125A / 325 HP (3697 hours March 2021)

EXHAUST: Dry stack, keel cooled

WING ENGINE: LUGGER L984D 70 HP (755 hours March 2021)

THRUSTERS: ABT 25 HP hydraulic bow thruster


ELECTRICAL: 60 Hertz – US style

GENERATOR: Northern Lights 20 kW (7042 hours March 2021)

INVERTER: Trace 2500 watt

WATER MAKER: HRO (model 10/600) 600 gallons per day

CLIMATE: Cruisair Air conditioning - 80,000 BTU (with heat strips)

WINDLASS: Maxwell 3500 horizontal electric

CRANE: Aritex model HSC-610 1,300 pound

TENDER: Caribe RIB 14'5" with Yamaha 50 HP outboard

NAV/COM: Extensive, primarily Furuno.

ENTERTAINMENT: Television in saloon, master stateroom and VIP stateroom

STATEROOMS: (3) Master aft, Guest cabin to port, VIP forward

HEADS: (2) Headhunter electric freshwater

SHOWERS: (2) Master and shared for forward two cabins

LAUNDRY: Newer Washer and Dryer

GALLEY COOKING: Electric GE four burner stove and oven

HEAD LINERS New head liners throughout with LED lighting


Pilot House

· Stidd Admiral helm chair

· Stainless steel destroyer wheel

· Sliding doors to port and starboard

· Gloss varnished teak table

· Overhead hatch

· Cushioned blue leather bench seat

· Chart light

· Four upgraded to stainless steel parallel sweep windshield wipers

· Custom Oriental rugs

· Furuno Model # 7112, 12kW 72 mile range radar with 6’ open array

· Furuno Model # 1761 MK2, 4kW 32 mile radar with 4’ open array

· Explorer Bahamas charts

· Standard Horizon matrix GX2200 – AIS/GPS VHF Radio

· Interphase Twinscope

· Furuno GPS – GP31 receiver

· B & G Network digital depth sounder

· (2) Independent Simrad AP 20 autopilots

· Garmin GSmap 740s GPS plotter

· Fusion MS-CD500 stereo receiver, with Sirius, DVD and IPOD

· KVH 4 satellite television system – Direct TV

· Ritchie 6” compass in pilothouse

· Weems and Plath clock

· Weems and Plath barometer

· Oregon wireless weather station

· Elbex EXM-93 closed circuit TV system –Engine room and stern

· Hella fans

· (2) Fusion 7” overhead speakers

· (2) 1000 watt internally mounted stereo amplifiers with cooling fan

· “Badboy” WIFI expander with “unleashed” 600 watts local WIFI Xmtr.

· Jabsco spotlight control

· Remote windlass control in pilot house and flybridge

· Stabilizer Control: Naiad 254 stabilizer control

· ABT hydraulic Bow Thruster control


Master Head

Private head with shower and sink and includes a mirrored medicine cabinet and lockers.

· Corian counter tops

· Shower: Molded fiberglass, with seat, electric drain & metal framed glass door

· Grohe fixtures in sink and shower

· Cabinets and drawers

· Mirrored medicine cabinet

· Headhunter full size electric fresh water head

· Shower exhaust blower with timer

· (1) port light behind sink and (1) in shower

· Vinyl flooring


GUEST HEAD Starboard

This head is located just forward of the stairway. This head also features a shower with glass shower door.

· Shower: molded fiberglass with seat, electric drain and metal glass door

· Mirrored medicine cabinet

· Headhunter electric full size fresh water head



A “stand up” engine room that is easy to get around. This is a well-lit area that also has a large work bench and plenty of storage areas for spares. The main engine is on centerline which makes it easy to walk around the main engine area. The generator is aft to port and the wing engine is aft to starboard.

· Lugger model no. L6125A / 325 HP Main engine keel cooled with dry stack exhaust and fresh water

· Twin disc transmission

· Secondary Racor fuel filters

· Shaft seal: bronze stuffing box type

· 4 blade bronze propeller

· Spurs line cutter on main shaft

· Engine controls: Twin Disc-3 stations (pilot house, flybridge & cockpit)

· Engine room Blowers: (2) 110V Dayton 4C831 1,200 CFM (one intake, one exhaust services 2020)

· Lugger model no. L984D 70 HP "Wing Engine" - independent shaft and propeller. (740 hours. This motor runs a 25HP pump for the hydraulic bow thruster

· Northern Lights 20kW Generator

· Naiad model 254 active fin stabilizers

· Emergency 180gpm hydraulic pump

· Fireboy fire suppression with engine shutdown and manual release (has been serviced and certified 2021

· 2,000 gallons fuel in four fiberglass tanks

· Fuel manifolds are all stainless steel with transfer, supply and return manifolds serving all fuel tanks

· Fuel transfer system with stainless steel manifold includes separate pick up and return lines. Systerm will allow fuel polishing from tank to tank

· Oil change system for main, wing and generator

· Electric and manual bilge pumps

· Convenient freshwater sink

· Nutone central vacuum system


Diversion was built to cruise in US home waters and is outfitted with power cruising electrical systems designed for both adaptability and simplicity

· 120/240 volt 60 cycle system with two 50-amp shore cord inlets. GFCI outlets in head compartment, galley, exterior and engine room. Water proof covers on outdoor outlets.

· Northern lights 20kW generator sound shield providing 120/240V current at 60 Hz

· Gen-Sep gas/water separator system for generator

· Trace 2,500-watt sine wave inverter/chargers.

· Isolation transformer on primary shore power system

· Bow shore power inlet

· 50-amp shore power cords

· Seven Deka AGM 8-D batteries for house bank. New June 2012

· Two West Marine Group 31 separate engine starting batteries. New October, 2015

· Individual battery isolation switches

· Main AC and DC distribution and control panels

· Sub DC distribution and control panel in pilot house



The Nordhavn 57 also includes

· Fresh water filtering system

· Garbage disposal

· Grohe plumbing fixtures

· 20-gallon 220 volt Raritan hot water heater

· 600 GPD HRO water maker with remote in pilothouse

· Asko clothes washer with self-water heating

· Extra freshwater taps for engine room and foredeck

· Hot & cold water cockpit shower

· Newer large Mach 5, 110-volt fresh water pump

· Cockpit freshwater sink

· Toilets: (2) Headhunter full size electric freshwater

· Electric and manual overboard pump for black water tank



· Starboard side deck boarding door

· Transom boarding door

Stainless exterior handrails)

· Flood light to light up the boat deck

· Fenders and dock lines

· Shore power forward and aft



The Nordhavn 57 has a large cockpit area which for entertaining, fishing or great for docking. The cockpit area also has a sink and hot/cold fresh water shower. The aft surrounding cap rail is varnished teak.

· Two fishing rod holders

· Locker console with stainless steel sink

· Two teak chairs with table

· Cockpit console thruster levers, rudder control lever and engine controls for easy docking

· Stainless swim ladder on platform with flat steps for easy boarding

· Teak flagpole with US Ensign

· Ladder to boat deck with fiberglass steps

· Swim platform has two U rails

· Cleats on transom



The lazarette which can be entered to through the cockpit or the aft engine room door. The batteries are housed here. You will also find the steering system (including an emergency tiller). Diversion was also outfitted with a 5cu. ft. subzero freezer for extra cold storage.

· Freezer

· Batteries and switch panel

· Steering helm pump

· Air-conditioning system - Cruisair remote compressor system with SMX controls. Four compressors delivering 80,000 BTUs through six air handlers with SMX controls. Reverse cycle with optional heat strips.



The large deck above the salon is the tender storage area which has lots of room and space once the tender is launched. You can walk right up to the flybridge from this area.

· 14’5” Caribe inflatable deep Vee fiberglass hull tender with center console. Garmin display and compass.

· Custom stainless tie downs (3) for tender

· 50 HP Yamaha 4-stroke outboard

· C1,1300 lb. Stainless steel Aritex Model HSC-610 crane with 300-degree power rotation with 15' lead cord. Installed to port.



The flybridge of the Nordhavn 57 is a wonderful area to operate Diversion. There isone helm chair and a settee area behind. You can access the flybridge from the pilothouse or the boat deck. A custom Stainless sliding door between pilothouse and flybridge. The pilothouse roof forward has the search light and horn installed. Diversion has a stainless framed Bimini, and complete electronics package for navigation.

· Fixed stainless steel framed flybridge Bimini “T” top with Sunbrella.

· Centerline helm chair

· Stainless steel destroyer helm

· L-shaped seating with cushions

· B & G Network digital depth sounder

· (2) Simrad Robertson AP22 autopilot controls

· Icom MC 304 VHF

· Garmin GSmap 740s GPS plotter

· Fusion stereo control with (4) 7” speakers & (1) 10” bass

· Ritchie compass

· Engine controls

· Thruster control

· Windlass control

· GFI outlets

· Stainless radar arch above stacks

· Dry stack exhaust through starboard stack

· Search light

· Horns



You can reach the foredeck and windless from a hinged door. The electric horizontal windlass is secure, feeding 350 ft chain to the enclosed locker below and rests in an anchor well that drains overboard.

Maxwell VWC 3500 horizontal primary windlass with foot buttons or helm controls

· 120 lb. Aritex stainless steel anchor with 400’ of 7/16” high test chain

· Shore power inlet connections – for house and air conditioning TV cable

· Lewmar hatches

· Built in dock storage box



· Fire extinguishers

· Emergency signal flares

· Life jackets

· Life Sling in canister

· All Coast Guard required equipment and 2021 Coast Guard inspected

· Spare parts



Upgrades and maintenance list available on request including over $250,000 in upgrades

Also 2021 oil samples upon request

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