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Sin Nombre is freshly on the market and is very well maintained, and up-kept example of this Robert Perry designed boat, built in 1981 by Nordic Yachts. She has had 3 previous owners, and her recent owner has regrettably moved back home, after living on her full time through out COVID, here in the stunning Langkawi Islands.
Robert Perry himself once said: the Nordic 44 "... Is the most beautiful yacht we have had built to our designs. " and Sin Nombre is proven to be a solid blue water cruising boat, with 2 spacious cabins, and an open and airy saloon and galley area.
Lovingly maintained, with a refit in New Zealand as she made her passage from Mexico through to Australia and Asia, she is ready for her new owners, and awaiting their arrival patiently. The owner is a motivated seller and I look forward to hearing from you and assisting you in her viewing. Fresh video are available on WHATS APP, so please message me today for some current videos.
Vessel Name: Sin Nombre
Launch Year: 1981
Length: 43' 10" - 13.36m
Displacement: 10,886kg @ 24,003.6lbs
Keel / Ballast: Lead keel / 9340 lbs.
Vessel Location: Rebak Island Resort and Marina, Langkawi
Registration: USCG 64422
Designer: Robert Perry
Builder: Nordic Yachts Inc ( USA )
Hull Material: : Fibreglass/GRP (Solid)
Decks Material: Cored FRP
Universal 50 ( Kubota series V1903 ) (1981), the engine was rebuilt in 1998, and now has 5404 hours / Separate mechanical water temp, and oil pressure gauges mounted in companionway / Hurth HBW 150-2, 1RV Gear Box / PSS drip less seal.
Engine Make: Universal
Number Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: Approx. 5400
Fuel Consumption: 3.0 ltr (0.7 USG) /hour At Cruising Speed
Max Speed: 7 knots
Cruise Speed: 6 knots
Propulsion: Maxprop 3 blade ( Fitted ) 2 & 3 blade fixed.
Genset: 2000 Watt 110 v Honda portable gasoline type
Fuel: 287.0 ltr with Aluminium Tank.
Water: 580.0 ltr (127.6 USG) Total - 3 Tanks
Covers: Bimini - Yes
Berths: 4 with 2 of double berths
Shower: Large separate shower with hot/cold water. Molded fiberglass with integral seat.
Toilet: Jabsco twist 'n' lock manual toilet
Entertainment: Stereo: JVC, installed in May 2021.
FANS: 8ea. 12 volt cabin fans
2-burner Force 10 propane cooker. Dickenson Pacific diesel-powered cook top / oven. Dickenson doubles as cabin heater in cool climates. Electric fuel pump fills a 7 gallon day tank to supply the stove.
SINK: Double deep stainless sinks in galley with hot/cold water tap from JabscoPar-Mate pressure pump. Pressure water runs through a charcoal filter. Foot pumps for fresh and salt water.
Refrigeration: 9 cf. Fridge/freezer with three separate compartments: freezer, fridge, and cool box for vegetables. Compressor by Danfoss
Stove: 2 burner propane Stove
Water-Maker: Aqua Marine 25 gal/hr engine-driven, needs service and all filters and membrane will require replacement.
Hot Water: Atwood Electric water heater. Water also can be heated from engine cooling water system.
Lewmar V3 with rope gypsy/
Rocna 25kg primary, Fortress FX-7 stern anchor, 75 lb. Fisherman's anchor in storage/
Primary 300 ft. 5/16 G-4 galvanized chain. Stern anchor 30 ft. Chain with approx. 600 ft. ½" three strand nylon rode.
ANCHOR REMOTE: Up/Down switches at winch.
Bilge Pumps: 1 ea. Rule 1500 Automatic electric/ 2 ea. Jabsco manual pumps, one in cockpit and one in cabin
Life Raft: Zodiac 4 person in valise
Epirb: ACR GlobalFix 406 MHz Battery good through 2016
Fire Protection: 1. Automatic in engine room/2- 2 lb/3- 5 lb. / Fireboy-Xintex S-2A propane/CNG fume detector
CIRCUIT TYPE: 12V -120V
Battery Charger: Victron 30amp 220V new 2019/
Batteries : 2 each 150 amp hour 12V wet cell house, 1 each 75 amp hour 12V wet cell start
Battery Monitor: Victron BMV-712-Smart Battery monitor
Invertor: Victron Energy Inverter, Phoenix 12v/1200w/120v
SWITCH PANELS: Bass Products, Inc. 110 volt AC and 12 volt DC breakers
ALTERNATORS: Ample Power 12 V. Model 4023-S 124-106 Amps SAE/ 200deg. F., 55 amp spare.
Electronics / Navigation
SOLAR PANELS / REG: 2 x 90 watt BP Solar panels with Prostar PS-15 regulator by Morning star Corp.
WIND GENERATOR: KISS Energy Systems wind generator.
PLOTTER: Furuno color video plotter GD-1920C Navnet VX2 s/n 43460998
RADAR: Furuno color Model 1934C
SOUNDER: Furuno depth/log, RatheonFishfinder model 1265 with dedicated depth sensor at stern.
AUTO PILOT: Simrad AP16 with Simrad RC36 rate compass. Lewmar electric direct drive power unit. Aries wind vane self-steering.
VHF RADIO: 1 ea. Standard Horizon Quantum GX5000S 25 watt fixed mount with RAM3 remote at helm. Dedicated VHF antenna.
HF RADIO: Icom IC-M700PRO with AT-130 automatic tuner. Backstay antenna.
AIS: Vesper Marine WatchMate cl. B transponder with dedicated antenna.
ENGINE INSTRUMENTS: VDO electric mounted in cockpit. Separate mechanical water temp. And oil pressure gauges mounted in companionway.
WIND INSTRUMENTS: Raymarine ST60
RUDDER INDICATOR: Displays on Simrad autopilot screen at helm
ENGINE HOUR METER: Yes
Full-battened main and 120% furling genoa by Port Townsend Sails 2009. Main sail has 2 deep reefs with tack and clew reef lines running aft to cockpit. These sails were delivered to New Zealand and have been only lightly used. 2oz. Nylon Code Zero by Port Townsend Sails in ATN sock. 1-1/2oz. Asymmetric spinnaker in ATN sock. Hank-on jib for inner forestay. Storm and Trysail by Sobstad.
Reefing mainsail - Port Townsend Sails - Slab (2009) Fully Battened, Lazy Jacks, 2 Reefs
Headsail - Port Townsend Sails - Furling (2009)
Other sails - 2 oz Nylon Port Townsend Sails Code 0 (in sock) (2006)/
1-1/2 oz Asymmetric spinnaker (in sock) (unknown year)/
Sobstad Tri Sail (unknown year)/
Sobstad Storm Jib (unknown year).
Mast / Rigging
Sloop rigged Spartec Aluminium spars (1981) with Dyform standing rigging (1998)
Main sail track replaced ( New Tides Track, August 2021)
All 2009 sails have had very little use and in very good condition.
Aluminum spinnaker pole. Selden rod-kicker. Selden Furlex 300S genoa furler.
Dyform wire with Norseman fittings. Fore and aft lowers, mid and mast-head stays. Forestay with furler. Removable inner fore stay for storm sail. Back stay with Harken adjustable tensioner. Chain plates attach through the deck to knees molded into hull.
Main halyard and control lines led aft through Lewmar stoppers for easy shorthanded sailing. Halyards and control lines are Spectra core with Dacron cover for minimum stretch and long life.
Harken backstay tensioner.
Hauled out June 2020: 3 coats antifoul, cutless bearing and dripless seal replaced, max prop serviced.