1986 53' NORSEMAN 535 SLOOP Around-The-World Veteran TURNKEY AND READY FOR YOUR ADVENTURE
This Norseman 535 was delivered with a Rare Factory Built Hard Dodger, Reckmann Hydraulic Furlers, Barlow 36 Electric Winches, Mercedes Diesel engine.
Additional upgrades include: Solar Panels
AC and Heating
40" LCD TV
Staysail Wire w/ furling
Reaching/Spinnaker pole w/ mast storage mount
Icom 706MK2G Hi Seas SSB/HAM Radio w/ Pactor
Raymarine HD Radar and Plotter
Advanced AV system w/ SubWoofer and surround speakers
Twin Hi-Output Alternators
Forward Aluminum Bulkhead, etc.
If you are looking for a Oyster, Hylas, Trintella, Baltic, Swan, Hinckley, Tayanna, Hallberg-Rassy , ,Moody, or Amel, then you MUST see this Norseman 535.
Rare Factory Hard Dodger Version - one of only 7 built by Norseman
Very well cared for turn key Blue Water Cruiser capable of taking you and your family anywhere in the world.
Current survey (8/15/18) shows market value at $575,000.
Present owner (12 years) has cruised Fort Lauderdale, Abacos, Exumas, Key West, Caymans, Cartegena, Panama, Puerta Vallarta, La Paz, Cabo San Lucas, San Diego, San Francisco, Victoria BC.
Prior owners cruised her round the world and Australia.
53.5 ft on deck with 14.4 foot beam and 6.5 foot draft her mast is 73 feet over her deck (not suitable for intra-coastal.) She is one of 7 total world wide and the only one with the original factory built hard dodger.
Closest similar boats in build quality and layout would be a Hallberg Rassey or Hylas although in many respects with her FRP laminated hull and encapsulated keel, she is superior. She is the very big brother of the legendary Norseman 447 by Bob Perry and Cary Grant.
Her Wiseman Mercedes diesel is of similar strength and longevity as a Gardiner. Her Reckmann furlers and powered winches and cutter rig make her capable of single handed sailing.
Her teak decks have been removed and her deck hardware has been polished. She carries extensive tools and spares ($5,000-$15,000) including starter and alternators (12V and 24V) a locker for dive tanks and an on board air compressor.
Forward stateroom opens to a semi-private head with telephone booth stall shower.
Aft is the crew/child quarters with over under bunks, the tool room, the main salon, galley and nav station.
Mid ship is a captains bunk and engine room.
Aft is the owner's cabin with king sized Tempurpedic covered mattress with make-up station and private head with second enclosed stall shower.
AV systems include fresh Blue Tooth enabled Onkyo receiver, Samsung 40" flat screen and Blue Ray with 4 NHT speakers and Polk sub-woofer in the main cabin and 20" Westinghouse TV/DVD player in aft cabin.
Ray marine electronics with a repeater at the topside nav station.
She has a fresh windlass, a spare Bruce anchor, and 145 feet of freshly inspected and painted chain.
Webasto heating and Cruiseair air conditioning.
Equipped with both AC and DC refrigeration systems.
She is a lot of boat for her price!
Call today to see this Ready-To-Go Offshore Voyaging yacht.
Video of the 53' Norseman: https://youtu.be/XzEcdygP8XI
Contact Randall Burg cell or via WhatsApp, 954 870 3667, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Forward, aft of the collision bulkhead, is a double V-berth. Just aft is a crew cabin on port side w/ twin pulman berths, storage, etc. Opposite is a head with enclosed shower to starboard. Just aft is a enclosed work room w/scuba compressor, stored under the work top.
Passage aft leads to a redecorated 6.5’ high main saloon featuring a new dining table with wine storage under & opposite wine cellar; chart table/nav station; and new galley with granite counters and stainless back splash. Continuing aft there is a walk in-engine room adjacent to area for washer dryer. Opposite is a fold out chart bin in a locker.
The owner's aft cabin contains a California king sized centerline berth with Tempurpedic covers, vanity, and cedar lined hanging locker. The ensuite head has an enclosed shower.
Vacu flush heads forward and aft with separate holding tanks.
All accommodations are in satin varnished, light ash with mahogany accents, salmon leather upholstery is slip covered in fresh cotton.
Forward bulkhead shows sepia supergraphic of owner racing on a Farr 65 in Antigua.
Entertainment system includes Marantz surround sound with Samsung Blue Ray feeding 4 NHT speakers mounted in cabinets.
A 35" Samsung flat screen TV was installed in 2012.
There is a Polk Audio Sub-woofer.
Three red LED's and floor lighting, light the cabin at night.
There are 6 large storage lockers behind the settees. One contains a Magnum digital inverter/charger cooled by twin Hella Turbo fans.
The 600 Amp hours, 12v battery bank is new in 2014. This salon is big and beautiful!
Lighted by surrounding port lights and 3 deck hatches, the aft stateroom has new white/red lighting throughout, separate reading lights and hella fan. There are three drawers under the king size sleeping area and four lockers plus a cedar lined interior lighted hanging locker. The vanity has a swing out seat and storage drawer. The enclosed head contains a new sink and Grohe faucet. The shower is both stand-up and sit down and seals with a clear plexi door.
The forward large V berth has two storage lockers as well as a cedar lined interior lighted hanging locker, reading lights, plenty of ventilation, hella fan and storage.
The child and/or crew cabin has 6.5’ over/under bunks with lee cloths, four opening lockers, a cedar lined interior lighted hanging locker, hella fan, separate reading lights and storage under the bottom bunk. Both cabins are served by enclosed forward head with plexi glassed shower stall, new sink and Grohe faucet.
Abundant storage with six lockers over and four drawers under the counter. The garbage unit is a pull out adjacent to the sink and aft of the wine locker.
Crosby/Grunert 110V plus an engine driven compressor, (2) 12 cubic foot areas with 4.5" insulation plus granite tops. Currently, the engine driven compressor is not connected.
Mariner propane stove/oven, 4 burner, serviced by one propane tank in a double locker with overboard vents.
Sentry sniffer/alarm system, currently disconnected.
Stainless steel single sink with large pull down faucet
Water manifold under sink leading to 3 separate water tanks as well as foot operated fresh and sea water pumps.
Renewed in 2013/14, the Nav Station runs off a Raymarine Hybrid touch screen E8 GPS and HD radar unit which connect via Bluetooth to I-pads and I-phones.
There is a Platinium + Caribbean & Bermuda chip available within the offering price. A special I-pad mount is attached forward of the steering station under the factory installed hard dodger.
Additional units include: Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GPS & remote, VHF Marine Transceiver, ICOM IC-706 MKIIG SSB, Pactor Modem & Skymate.
Brooks & Gatehouse depth
Simrad AP-26 auto pilot with spare head unit
Hand held VHF
Icom IC-706 MKIIG HAM SSB
Pactor for High Seas SSB Store-and-forward email via Icom 706
Emergency Garmin Geko 201
Garmin Glo Blue Ray GPS (Feeds either Garmin or Navionics Cell/I Pad apps.)
Ubiquiti masthead wifi system partially installed
12V system, 600 amps:
Batteries: all new 2017
Magnum 12 Volt/ Inverter-Charger w/ remote control panel
Re-built 125 Amp engine driven charger with spare(24V)
24V system, 4 batts
Phase Three 24 Volt Charger
New Balmar 12V regulator, Max Charge MC-624 (2017)
Re-built 125 amp engine driven charger with spare.
12V Genset starting battery (1 year old)
24V Balmar regulator
110V system w/8 outlets
Onan 6.5kw Marine Genset
All thru-hulls and underwater fittings are bonded and grounded against lightning strikes.
2015 solar panels (2X) & regulator
Mercedes OM352 six cylinder Wiseman Marine non-turbo 130 hp diesel engine
Webasto diesel fired heater with hot water system feeding separate cabin radiators- not connected
New Cruisair AC with SMX 11 Control Systems aft
Max Prop, factory serviced in 2016
Bauer scuba tank compressor, deck compartment for two scuba tanks
Spare refrigeration water pump
Spare Mercedes water pump
Spare Mercedes 24V starter
24V Horizontal anchor windlass (feeding two separate chain lockers below)
Dual heavy-duty, dual anchor rollers, 60Kg Delta Bow Anchor with approximately 200' of chain
Bruce 30Kg bow anchor with approximately 100' of chain
Ultra chain & anchor connector flips anchor onto bow roller
Danforth 18 kg stern anchor
Aluminum toe rail
Gary Grant designed hard dodger (only one ever fitted to a 535)
Stainless steel dinghy davits with Simpson winders
Stainless life lines
All deck hardware including genoa tracks, pad eyes, traveler, double foot blocks and turning blocks are made by Lewmar.
Mast was completely refurbished and painted by Seatek in 2010
Rigging- refurbished and inspected yearly
Reckmann hydraulic furling on both headsails and main. Fully battened Hood mainsail installed in 2005 and continually serviced
North genoa and stay sail
ATN Mast Climber (2 years old)
Electric primary winches, Barlow 38's
8 Chrome deck and mast winches
Andersen traveler winch
2 sets of new sheets
Deck hatch covers
8 Dock lines
Massive kedge anchor in custom locker forward
Sea worthy life jackets
Flares (many dated)
Engine Halon system (needs servicing)
2 main and 1 high capacity bilge pumps
Hand operated bilge pump
Red foot/night lights
Solar powered deck lights
Twin radar reflectors
All artwork and ship’s clocks
All personal effects
2019 Oil samples: Fantastic and will within "Normal" limits
From oil sample report from BLACKSTONE LABORATORIES:
"Your OM 352 is wearing well based on this data. Universal averages for this type of engine show typical wear levels after about 65 hours of oil use. You went 100 hours on this oil and wear metals are average or lower. That shows internal parts are in great shape at 8,900 total hours. That means we don't see any reason to rebuild this engine just yet. It's wearing well! The only mark on this report is for a low flashpoint, which shows just a trace of fuel dilution. Small amounts like that are from normal operation, not a fuel system problem. This oil can see more use."
Includes $5,000-$15,000 of spare parts.