76' (23.24m) NORDHAVN
LOA: 76' 3" (23.24m)
Beam: 21' 0" (6.40m)
Cruising 8 knots
Maximum 10 knots
Location: Bahamas
Year: Mfg-2009
Expedition Yacht
Price: $3,250,000 USD
Additional Specifications For TAKE 5:
LOA: 76' 3" (23.24m)
Beam: 21' 0" (6.40m)
Min Draft: 7' 8" (2.34m)
Max Draft:
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Config:
Hull Designer:
Deck Material:
Tonnage: 139 Tonne
Range: 3,850 Miles
Int Designer:
Ext Designer: Jeff Leishman
Fuel Capacity: 3,895 g (14,744 l)
Water Capacity: 600 g (2,271 l)
Holding Tank: 200 g (757 l)
Flag: Marshall Islands
Location: Nassau, Bahamas
Price: $3,250,000 USD
Year: Mfg-2009 Model-2009
Expedition Yacht
Cruising 8 knots @ 1150 RPM
Max 10 knots
Engines: 355 HP, Twin, QSM11, Cummins 5400hrs / 5400hrs
Staterooms: 4
Sleeps: 8
Crew Quarters: 1
Crew Berths: 1
Captain Cabin: Yes
Detailed Specification


Name: TAKE 5
Type:  M/Y Explorer
Builder: Nordhavn
Year:  2009
Hull No:  PAI76015D909

LOA: 76‘03”  (23.24 m)              
LWL: 69’00”  (21.03 m)              
Beam Overall: 21‘00”  ( 6.40  m)              
Draft (Half Load): 7‘08”  ( 2.34  m)              
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Superstructure: Fiberglass
Decks: Light grey nonskid decks on cockpit, side decks, and flybridge
Flag:  Marshall Islands
Classification: N/A
Styling: Nordhavn
Exterior Designer/Stylist: Jeff Leishman

Main Engines: (2) Cummins QSM11 355hp
Max Speed: 10 knots
Cruising Speed: 8   knots
Range: 3,850 nm

TRAC 370 system actuators with 16 sq. ft. fins
Flopper stopper system provided for stabilization at anchor

Displacement (Fully Loaded): 126 tons
Gross Tonnage: 84 tons

Guest Accommodations:  
Sleeps 8 guests in 4 Staterooms
*4TH Cabin to be as a guest and/or Captain allowing accommodations up to 8 guests

Crew Accommodation:
Captain’s cabin behind wheelhouse w/ 1 queen berth



TAKE 5 shows superb teak joinery with recent soft good updates. As you board through the cockpit into the salon area: The interior is teak, with teak sole and upgraded wool carpet over teak wood floors throughout the boat.   The galley is located starboard forward of the salon on the main deck. Opposite the galley to port there is a day head, pantry storage, access to the pilothouse, and access down to the two guest cabins and engine room.   A passageway forward on the main deck leads to the master stateroom and en-suite head. Below deck, and amidships, there are two guest cabins (with en-suite heads), a companionway leads aft which has a stacked washer & dryer and a freezer. Next aft is the engine room. The pilothouse is accessed from the portside of the salon/galley area up via stairway. The bridge deck features pilothouse helm, Captain’s cabin, day head, and dinette aft of the 2 helm chairs and computer workstation. The pilothouse features steps to port providing interior access to the flybridge from the pilothouse. Port and Starboard side doors give access to the Portuguese bridge and boat deck.


A custom dining table and six chairs are to port. An L-shape sofa and coffee table are located to starboard. Cabinetry with a pop up TV extend along the port side.   Wine refrigerator and wine storage cabinet to starboard along with a hanging locker and ship’s electrical panel. The salon’s teak sole currently features custom wool carpet (2013).   There are remote controlled Draper Motorized Flexshades on the windows tucked up under the teak valances and hideaway screens on the exit doors. There is port and starboard side access doors located in the salon.


The Galley is on deck and is open for entertaining. A lighted overhead cabinet faces the salon for additional storage. The galley is well appointed with ample counter space. The salon is has a breakfast bar with 3 fixed stools.


Master is virtually an on-deck master with minimum steps separating main deck and master. The king-size bed is on centerline with access all around the bed.   There are 4 cedar lined closets, 3 open deck hatches w/ shades, 4 opening ports behind sliding Soji screens.   SleepSure custom 10” foam California king mattress with Tempur-Pedic top. Soundown installed under the master carpet area, to ensure noise level is up most quiet. New carpet as of 2013. The very large en-suite head has a bathtub, shower, single sink, and vanity with a stool and towel runner. There are 4 opening ports.


Two guest staterooms are located on the lower deck. The port guest cabin has a double berth, with hanging locker and drawer storage.   There is an en-suite head with shower, tile floor, and granite countertops. To starboard, the VIP guest stateroom cabin has SleepSure Custom 10” foam California king mattress with Tempur-Pedic top mattress, cabinets with sliding Shoji screens covering opening ports. En-suite head with tub and shower, tile floor and granite countertops. Both guest staterooms feature teak sole and carpet. There are heat and air-conditioning controls in each stateroom. New carpet as of 2013.


Per Nordhavn, there is an extensive noise control and sound attenuation measures incorporated into the construction throughout, including noise damping in the hull in the area of the propellers.   The main engines dry exhaust system results in engine sound reduction on deck as well as in the interior living spaces. Engine room and mechanical spaces are typical of Nordhavn – efficient engine and systems layouts with easy inspection service access and walk-up access to the generators. There are engine and systems monitoring modules, an electronic engine control, and work bench with sink, vise and a built-in six drawer tool chest. The engine room connects with the cockpit lazarette through a water-tight aluminum door for all-conditions access to steering gears, mechanical and electrical systems, battery banks, air conditioning, Kabola hot water system, heating boiler, and other gear that may be stowed in the large volume of space there. Engine room ventilation systems include: (2) 230vac 50/60hz exhaust blower, Ruskin fire/smoke dampers, and auto shutdown for blowers and closure for dampers by Seafire Actuation. The lazarette is well illuminated by AC and DC overhead lighting with additional lighting installed in both the lazarette and engine room.   Delta fans added in the lazarette.


Hull: Fiberglass
Superstructure: Fiberglass
Decks: Light grey nonskid decks on cockpit, side decks, and flybridge
Paint: Awlgrip


Tonnage: 84 gross tons; 62 net tons; 126 displacement tons            

Fuel Capacity: 3,895 US Gallons  (14,744 liters)
Water Capacity: 600   US Gallons (2,271  liters)
Holding Capacity: 200   US Gallons  (757 liters)
Lube Oil: 75 US Gallons (in the lazarette) (284 liters)
Waste Oil: 75 US Gallons (in the lazarette) (284 liters)
Waste Water:  200 US Gallons  (757 liters)

Maximum:   10 kts @ 1800 RPM
Cruising:       8 kts @ 1150 RPM,  Range:  2400 nm, Consumption:  37.85 liters/hr
Economical:  5 kts @ 990 RPM,  Range: 3850 nm


Main Engines
Twin Cummins QSM 11-355HP Engines with Twin Disc EC300 controls, with keel coolers and dry stack exhaust.
Port Engine: approx. 5400 hrs. (April 2017)
Starboard Engine: approx. 5400 hrs. (April 2017)

Engine Controls: Cummins electronic controls at (6) stations: pilothouse, flybridge, cockpit, port and starboard on the Portuguese bridge, and engine room

Gear Boxes: Twin Disc 3.43:1 reduction gear – Approx 3900 hours

Shafting: Spurs line cutter on main engine shafts

Generators & Electricity

Output: Main engine driven 24v alternators with output of 100 amps

Primary Generator: 32 kw Onan - approx. 6300 hrs. (April 2017)   Rebuilt 2014

Secondary generator:  21.5 kw Onan  - approx. 10,800 hrs. (April 2017) 

Night generator:  9 kw Onan - approx. 500 hours (April 2017)

Shore Power: (2) 240-volt 50-amp shore power services aft with 100 foot cords and Glendinning reels
(2) 240-volt 50-amp shore power services forward
(1) 120-volt 30-amp shore power service aft with 50’ cord

(16) Lifeline AGM 8D batteries with a total rating of 2040 amp hours at 24v (installed 2013)

Separate 24v starting battery banks each for main engine, 33 kw genset, 21.5 kw genset, 8kw genset

Battery Charger: (2) Outback 3kw inverter/chargers for 120vac
Outback Mate Remote Monitor and Inverter charge controller

Transformer: Asea shore power converter


Air Conditioning: Three Crusair TWC36 chillers – 120,000 BTU – (2) new chillers 2015
Bow Thruster: Hydraulic system – American bow thruster
Stern Thruster: Hydraulic system – American stern thruster
Fresh Water Filters:  “UV” filtration
Fresh Water Heaters: 47gal water heater w/ exchanger
Fresh Water Maker: (2) Village Marine Tech 800 GPD with auto fresh water flush

Oil Pumps
Oil Change System
Plumbed to main engines, and (3) generator engines with Aeroquip hose and fittings
Oil tank – 75 gallons in lazarette            

Toilet System: (5) “Tecma” 24V marine toilets w/ holding tank w/ “SeaLand” o/b discharge pump, gray water tank w/ HD discharge pump

Stabilizers: TRAC 370 system actuators with 16 sq. ft. fins

Steering System: (2) Kobelt Hydraulic, bypass valve on cylinders, emergency tiller

Under Water Lights: (4) underwater lights (stern) (New 2013)

Helm/Control Stations: Cummins electronic controls at (6) stations: pilothouse, flybridge, cockpit, port and starboard on the Portuguese bridge, and engine room, Control Station in cockpit


Anchors: (2) 300lb. stainless steel Airtex plow anchors
Anchor Chains:  (2) ½” x 400’ HT chain anchor rodes

Anchor Windlass System: Duel Maxwell VWC 4500 hydraulic windlasses with hand brake and chain counters in pilothouse and additional controls on flybridge

Aft Warping Capstans: (2) Maxwell VC 2200 24-volt captains in cockpit

Marquipt 2500lb. capacity 240-volt/hydraulic with 21’ extension range, mounted on foredeck. Dinghy can be launched port or starboard.

Spotlights:  Carlisle & Finch 250 watt xenon searchlight
Horn: Kahlenberg dual trumpet #D-1 with chrome finish
Other: H/C shower at swim step
Swim ladder at swim step
Fish cutting platform tray
Awning for lower deck
(2) Teak chaise lounges with teak side tables
Snap-in exterior carpet for aft deck, upper deck, and flybridge


Security Equipment:
CCTV: Panasonic CCTV system with 8 cameras
Fire Fighting Equipment
All fire equipment re-certified 2015

Fire Control System:
Seafire automatic engine shutdown system for main engine, generators, engine room blowers, fire/smoke dampers
Portable CO2: (8) portables, (3) auto halogen FE-241

Fire Extinguishers:
Seafire fixed automatic extinguisher – FE1500M with manual cable
Portable extinguishers located throughout the boat

Seafire discharge alarm
Hatch monitor with panel at bridge

Safety Equipment

Life Rafts:
(2) 6-person WINSLOW life rafts in canisters mounted in deck cradles with hydrostatic releases
USCG safety equipment


Central Ship’s Audio:
All rooms are wired to the central entertainment system
Total Control system
DVD Sony
AM/FM Receiver

Main Salon:
TV: 55” Samsung Class 1080p 120Hz
Stereo: Bose LifeStyle V30 5.1 speaker system
Sat TV receiver

Master Cabin:
TV: 48” Samsung Class 1080p 120Hz
Stereo: Bose LifeStyle V30 5.1 speaker desk
Sat TV receiver

VIP Cabin:
TV: 40” Samsung Class 1080p 120Hz
Stereo: Bose LifeStyle V30 5.1 speaker system
Sat TV receiver

3rd Guest Cabin:
Stereo: Bose Cinematic Series 2.1 speaker system

TV: 42” Panasonic TV at aft deck (nm-op)
Stereo: Bose 131 Marine speakers

Captain’s Cabin:
TV: 32” Samsung Class 1080p 120Hz
Sat TV receiver


Communication Systems:
SAT TV: KVH with US & Caribbean receiver
SATcom: KVH FB250 Satphone w/ Thrane IP Handset – with Broadband
Telephone System: PBX phone system / Iridium Sat
VHF Fixed:  (2) Icom IC-M504 VHF Radio
VHF Handheld: (2) Simrad RS87 VHF Radio
SSB: Simrad
Cellular Phone System: Yes
Intercom: PBX 
Internal Ship’s Communication: PBX

Navigation Systems: Upgraded 2014-2015 – Simrad SimNet navigation
Night Vision: Flir

Simrad 25kw radar (7’ open array)
Simrad 12kw radar

Magnetic Compass: 
Simrad MX500A D/GPS IMO Compass
Plath magnetic compass

Auto Pilot: (2) Simrad AP50 Autopilots
Sonar: Interphase
GPS: Simrad
Weather FAX: AirMar PB150 Weather Station w/ Weather Caster software
Wind Indicator Station: Simrad/Airmark
Speed Indicator: Simrad/Airmark
AIS: Simrad 400 Class B (new 2017)
Rudder Angle Indicator: Simrad
Joy Stick: Yes
Search Light: Carisle and Finch
Clock and Barometer: Trintec

Upper Helm:
Autopilot repeater
Navigation monitor
Rudder style indicator
Search light control


Main Galley Equipment
Cooking Equipment:
Thermador dual fuel gas range and stainless steel exhaust hood above
Thermador convection microwave oven
Sub-Zero refrigerator/2 drawer freezer with ice-maker and custom positive latches for one-handed operation
Dishwasher: Fisher Paykel 24” dishwasher (2016)

Thermador trash compactor
Insinkerator 3/4hp garbage disposal
Deep rectangular stainless steel sink
Granite counter tops with radiuses edges
Solid teak floor
Ample pantry and drawer storage
(2) U-line icemakers on aft deck
Manitowoc commercial icemaker & freezer on upper deck
(3) Yeti ice chests
Subzero wine chiller

Laundry Equipment:
New Whirlpool washing machine 2015
Bosch front load dryer


17’ Nautilus center console w/ 70hp Honda motor
11’ AB / 20hp Honda motor

Dive Gear: Bauer Oceanus II dive compressor (2013)


New wool carpet in staterooms and throughout the interior
New sofa coverings
New complete teak exterior furniture in aft and bridge deck
New complete exterior cushions and canvas
New interior furniture and coverings
Upgraded bedding, kitchen items, appliances and shelving
New LED underwater lights
New dive compressor


Fresh hull paint - Awlgrip
New AV with systems “total control” put in place to play music throughout
Total of 5 new TVs, including 1 in cockpit 
All new Simrad electronics, charts, radars, processing units, depth sounder
Shafts pulled and proven
New engine mounts
New strut bearings
New cutlass bearings

2015/16 UPGRADES

(2) new chillers
Upgraded air handler in master stateroom
Fisher Paykel dishwasher


Simrad 400 class B AIS
All new batteries
Separate 24v bank starting batteries 33kw Genset 21.5Kw Genset and 8Kw Genset (new 2017)
Watermaker new membranes and service
New Anti-fouling


Sunshade on aft deck
Snap-in exterior carpet in the aft deck, upper deck, and flybridge


The Nordhavn 76’ series is recognized as a proven and economical long range expedition yacht. Proving this point, TAKE 5 has cruised from the Pacific Northwest to Hawaii to the Caribbean. She is currently cruising between Florida and the Bahamas.


Personal effects
Fishing and diving equipment
Selected tools


All speeds, measurements, capacities, consumptions, etc. may be approximate or estimated.   Specifications provided for information only. Data was obtained from sources believed to be reliable and is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes the responsibility to ascertain the correctness of all data contained herein and otherwise provided and must instruct his agent and surveyors to confirm all details for accuracy prior to purchase. Subject to prior sale price and inventory change or withdrawal from market without notice.


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Master Stateroom
Master Head
Master Head
VIP Stateroom
Guest Stateroom
Guest Head
Guest Head
Guest Head
Captain's Cabin
Aft Deck
Flybridge Lounge
Flybridge Seating
Flybridge Helm
Upper Deck
Engine Room
Engine Room
Port Profile
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