86' (26.39m) Nordhavn
LOA: 86' 7" (26.39m)
Beam: 24' 0" (7.32m)
Draft: Max 8' 6" (2.59m)
Tonnage: 155
Flag: Marshall Islands
Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Year: Mfg-2007 Model-2007
Builder: Nordhavn
Expedition Yacht
Staterooms: 4
Fuel Cap: 6,980 g (26,422 l)
Water Cap: 985 g (3,729 l)
Engines: 425 HP, Twin, Inboard, Diesel, Lugger
Cruising 10 knots @ 1800 RPM
Max 12 knots @ 2100 RPM
Price: $5,290,000 USD
Detailed Specifications

Type: M/Y Explorer
Builder: Nordhavn
Year: 2007/2014
LOA: 86’07” 26.39m
LWL: 78’05” 23.93m
Beam: 24’00” 7.32m
Draft: 8’06” 2.59m
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Superstructure: Fiberglass
Decks: Teak decking – glued not screwed
Flag: Marshall Islands
Classification: ABS Compliant
Naval Architect: Jeff Leishman
Exterior Designer/Stylist: Jeff Leishman
Interior Designer: Destry Darr Designs
Main Engines: 2 x Lugger 1276A, 4-Blade 425hp
Max Speed: 12 Knots @ 2100 RPM, 50 g/h, 1,632 nm
Cruising Speed:10 Knots @ 1800 RPM, 30 g/h, 2,300 nm
Range: 7.2 knots @ 1500 RPM, 13 g/h, 4,000 nm
Stabilizers: Trac 370 with the STAR zero speed
Electrical: 1 x 3 phase 100amp 110v/208v
Displacement: 205 tons
Gross Tonnage:155 tons
Guest Accommodations: Sleeps 8 guests in 4 staterooms
Crew Accommodations: Sleeps 4 crew, Captain’s cabin

VIVIERAE was delivered in 2008, with a refit in 2014. Built with the utmost attention to detail for which the builder is renowned and meticulously maintained by an experienced owner and her professional crew, she is offered for sale in spotless condition.

VIVIERAE sleeps eight owners and guests in four en-suite staterooms. The double berth captain’s cabin is aft of the pilot house, and the crew cabin is aft of the engine room. The yacht’s interior was originally designed by Dee Robinson Interiors and features elegant American cherry woodwork with panels in eye catching book matched mahogany crotch, black absolute granite, custom color matched interior Dutch doors and window frames, and intricate stainless steel. In 2011, she received a $2 million reconfiguration with a fly bridge extension. The new arrangement included the interior sky lounge staircase being removed and an exterior aft staircase being added. The owner also added a waste treatment system and many redundant systems throughout.

Carefully cared for and under the direction of Destry Darr Designs, she was redecorated and refreshed in August 2014. This includes new carpet, new dining room chairs, new window treatments, all salon furniture recovered, new bed throws, new decorative pillows, new exterior chair cushions, new fly bridge sun pad cushions, new lampshades, refinished coffee tables and dining room table, recovered pilot house Stidd seat and back cushions and recovered sky lounge furnishings.

VIVIERAE has recently completed an extensive maintenance program which included the painting of the entire deckhouse and superstructure, servicing of the main engines, generators, air conditioning system and much more. VIVIERAE represents a unique opportunity to own a spectacular yacht in perfect condition. She was designed and built to handle all oceans of the world from the tropics to high latitudes in comfort, style, and safety. Her sumptuous interior and high volume offers the greatest luxury, and seems far more spacious than her overall length of 86’ would lead you to expect. She was built to ABS Class requirements and has been maintained in class. She is commercially compliant and can be offered for charter. Both rugged and refined, she must be inspected to fully appreciate all she has to offer. She will be the first choice for anyone looking for a model, easily maintained, and comprehensively equipped adventure yacht.

Aft in the main deck superstructure, the main saloon has an appealing symmetry. Matching pair of blue gray chenille upholstered settees are to port and starboard beneath the large windows. These face matching pen shell coffee tables, each flanked by matching taupe, geometric patterned upholstered arm chairs. This very convivial conversation space can seat ten people very comfortably. A low cabinet forward conceals a flat panel television which rises at the touch of a button. This cabinet, with the service columns to each side, visually separates the saloon from the dining room. Below the nylon taupe carpet is a finished floor of teak and holly.

The dining table, set athwart ships at the yacht’s center line, seats eight in newly upholstered chairs. A handsome butler’s counter is forward to port with custom cabinetry for all chinaware, two fridge drawers beneath a black absolute granite top, Icemaker, sink, wine cooler and a lighted crystal display cabinet above. The galley, described in greater detail below, is forward to port. A very handsome half spiral staircase leads up to the pilothouse, and a day head is to starboard.

Further forward and just a couple of steps down, the Master Stateroom spans the full beam of the yacht. A centerline king sized berth is against the aft bulkhead of this spectacular room. A television rises from the cabinet forward which is flanked by the doors to His and Hers bathrooms finished in white flecked marble, mahogany joinery work, and large stall showers, three closets, writing desk, built in book shelves and skylights.

The Captain’s Cabin is conveniently positioned just aft of the pilot house. A double berth is set outboard to port with a desk forward, and an ensuite bathroom with stall shower to starboard.

Crew Cabins are accessed via a staircase from the port side of the aft deck, the crew cabin is on the starboard side just aft of the engine room. The cabin has upper and lower single berths and an ensuite bathroom with stall shower.

As expected, the pilothouse offers a commanding view, with all instruments properly laid out and described in greater detail below. A raised C-shaped settee, aft on the centerline, faces a drop leaf table. A door to port leads to the captain’s cabin with double berth and ensuite bathroom. To starboard, a corridor leads aft to the sky lounge passing fridge, Icemaker, sink and a lighted crystal display cabinet above.

Unlike her subsequent sisters and following its reconfiguration in 2011 VIVIERAE does not have a staircase to the fly bridge in this room. It consequently feels (and is) much more spacious with a charcoal chenille L-shaped settee to port providing a great spot to enjoy the scenery or watch a movie. A low cabinet aft conceals a flat panel television which rises at the touch of a button. Within the cabinetry is custom wine storage, and a finished teak and holly floor is beneath the 100% wool carpet A foldable treadmill and selection of dumbbells quickly turn this area into a mini-gym.

On the main deck, forward and to port of the dining saloon, the galley has access to the port side deck in a conventional way. Finished in American cherry with gray granite counters and backsplash, this galley has everything a chef could want.

Main Galley Equipment
Wolf oven
Wolf stove top (new)
Dacor microwave oven
Black & Decker toaster
Sub-zero freezer
Sub-zero refrigerator and drawers
Bosch dishwasher
Stainless steel sink with disposal
Monogram trash compactor

1 x Electrolux washing machine
2 x Maytag Neptune dryers

This is very much an “owner & guest” area since there is no command station. A hardtop stretches from the ventilation stacks forward shading the area, and there are tracks and removable Isinglass screens to enclose the space when the weather warrants. A C-shaped settee and table are forward to port. A large and useful barbecue grill, drinks fridge and 52” television finish the deck off for any type of entertaining.

Aft, only partially covered by the hard top, is a Jacuzzi with the panoramic view surrounded with a sumptuous new sun pad.

VIVIERAE has a bulbous bow for optimal fuel efficiency (the bow thruster is contained in this bulb), a full keel ending a few meters short of the stern, twin skegs enclosing the shafts with the rudders supported aft leaving the propellers protected within apertures, and a swim platform aft which is integral to the hull, and contains an inverted broad U-shaped tunnel with the stern thruster. Stabilizers are just aft of amidships each side and are fitted with kelp cutters. The superstructure is in Alexseal Snow White, painted in August 2014.

VIVIERAE is built in fiberglass to very heavy scantlings from female molds using an outer layer of gel coat (although all finish surfaces are subsequently painted in Alexseal) and 2mm of Coremat to prevent “print through” before the first series of lamination of woven roving is applied. Vinylester resin is used in the first three layers below the waterline, and the entire underwater structure is coated in five coats of epoxy resin before antifouling paint is applied. Built to ABS Class requirements and has been maintained in class. Longitudinal stringers (10 each side) are used full length for added rigidity, and there are five watertight bulkheads.

The superstructure cabin sides incorporate Klegecell foam coring, and all deck structures use Baltec vertical end grain balsa coring to keep the center of gravity as low as possible. Further, 30,000 lbs. of lead ballast is built into the keel structure and an additional 4,000 lbs. is used in trim. Fuel storage tanks and water tanks are also built in fiberglass with inspection hatches and removable baffles for full access if needed. Teak decking, glued, not screwed, sheaths the main deck, the pilothouse deck, and the flybridge. All machinery spaces are lined with Soundown lead foam insulation and 3M Thinsulate to prevent noise propagation.

VIVIERAE is an “aft house” trawler with the superstructure set well back on the hull to provide the most comfortable ride in a pitching sea. This configuration provides ample space for large tenders in the well deck aft of the high bow, and forward of the Portuguese bridge. There are side decks on both sides of the main deck and on the pilothouse deck, and a generous aft deck-cockpit with access to the integral swim platform. A straight bench settee with Sunbrella cushions across the transom facing a convertible dining table and four teak deck chairs for al fresco dining. All tables and chairs are quick release to make room for the Stidd fighting chair whilst game fishing. Aft of the sky lounge the deck is sheltered by the overhang from the flybridge above. This overhang is a custom construction that is not shared by other Nordhavn 86’s. A stairway comes up from the cockpit below on the port side, and a similar and custom stairway on the starboard side leads up the flybridge.

2 x Maxwell VWC 6000 hydraulic windlasses w/ controls in pilothouse and on foredeck, w/ chain counters
2 x High capacity anchor/chain washes
3 x 375 lb. stainless steel CQR anchors
2 x 400’ port side and 500’ stbd 5/8 stud link anchor chains
2 x Maxwell VC 3000 electric mooring capstans at the stern
1 x Maxwell VC 3000 electric mooring capstan at the bow
Marquipt Sea Stairs for side boarding from dock
Bensoni Passerelle color matched to the hull
Bridge wing (port & starboard), aft deck, and pilothouse control stations w/ engine, bow & stern thruster, rudder controls, horn and start/stop buttons
Marble fish cleaning station along with S/S sink and hot and cold water – aft deck
DCS Propane BBQ grill – flybridge
Marquipt 3,500 lb. centerline crane, extendable to 20’, for tender launch port and starboard
Live well located in the swim platform with independent water circulation feed pump and macerator pump
1 x 7” folding ladder stored in starboard gunwale locker
Exterior doors by Pacific Coast Marine
1 x Carlisle and Finch spotlight
Jacuzzi for 6 people
4 x underwater lights (stern)
Du Point metallic gray hull and Alex seal cloud white (top side)
Micron 66 black underwater paint

Accessed via a watertight door from the lobby forward of the crew cabin, the engine room is beneath the main saloon. This bright white space has full headroom on two levels and easy access to all machinery and equipment for all service routines.

Twin Lugger 1276A Alaska Diesel six-cylinder turbocharged diesel engines driving 48” four blade propellers through 4.59:1 reduction gearboxes and 3.5” shafts. These engines are fresh water cooled using keel coolers and have raw water cooled exhaust systems. Full service completed – August 2014 with starboard engine overhaul.

Port Engine – 7,206 Hours (April 2017)
Starboard Engine – 7,162 Hours (April 2017)
Fuel Capacity: 6,980 gallons 26,422 liters
Water Capacity: 985 gallons 3,728 liters
Watermakers: 1 x 2,000 gallons/day 7,560 liters; 1 x 800 gallons/day 3,000 liters
Lube Oil: 110 gallons 410 liters
Waste Oil: 110 gallons 410 liters
Waste Water: 460 gallons 1,741 liters
Engine Controls: Twin disc EC300 power commander
Gear Boxes: 4.59:1 reduction gearboxes
Shafting: 3.5” shafts
Fuel Separator: Alpha Laval centrifuge fuel polisher
Fuel Filters: Racor fuel filters
Oil Pump: 1 x Lesson oil transfer pump
Control Stations: Pilothouse, port and starboard wing stations, and stern

Northern Lights 1064D 40kW generators. 1,613 hours (April 2017)
Full service completed – August 2014
Full rebuild completed – June 2016
Northern Lights M864W 25kW generator. 8,561 hours (April 2017)
Full service completed – August 2014
Fuel Consumption: 40kw 3 g/h @ full load and 25kw 2.2 g/h @ full load
Generator Start: Remote starts in pilothouse and at generator

Air Conditioning
Cruisair 12-ton chilled water system with reverse cycle
(18) Air handlers throughout the yacht including engine room
1 x Kahlenberg KA-1000 air compressor

Hamann MiniCont, Norway frame waste treatment system
(8) Sealand Magnum Opus Hugh Flush fresh water vacuum marine toilets

Kobelt hydraulic steering system with dual pumps & dual steering rams for redundancy
Bow & Stern Thrusters
Hydraulic powered 50hp bow & stern thrusters w/ 16” tunnels and proportional controls at each helm station

Village Marine Tec V, 2000 gallons per day
Village Marine Tec NoFrills, 800 gallons per day
2 x 47-gallon Vanguard 3WA72 fresh water heater (new July 2015)

Shore Power
Atlas 35kW converter
Glendenning shore power cord retrieval system
Atlas Classic III shore power transformer

The AC electrical system is three phase 120/208-volt distribution with a maximum capacity of 60kW provided by two Northern Light generators (40kW and 25kW) which can be synched together (splitting the bus bars as oppose to paralleling), or through a 100-amp shore power connection (fed by a Glendenning Cable Master) through an Atlas shore power converter, allowing the yacht to be powered in any country in the world. The Atlas Shore Power Converter has seamless transfer capability allowing the yacht to be unaffected when switching between power supplies. The DC electrical systems are 24 volts with a capacity of 765 amp hours provided by six 8D lifeline batteries connected in series/parallel charged by an Outback inverter/charger at 70amps.

Navigation Electronics
5 x Furuno MU 170C monitors
Furuno 2127 BB commercial grade ARPA radar
2 x Furuno V (2) Navnet CBB NT Navnet systems with ARPA (back up radar, chart plotter, fishfinder/depthsounder)
VVE1 Computer with Nobeltec chart system
Furuno GP32 GPS
Furuno SC50 Satellite Compass
Furuno CH-150 video sounder
Cassens & Plath Beta 4 magnetic compass
Furuno 360 Searchlight Sonar
Furuno FA150 AIS system
2 x Simrad AP50 Autopilots
EBLEX CCTV Monitoring System
Kahlenberg Whistle Control
Carlisle and Finch Searchlight
NVTI Night Vision Camera
RuffRide PTZ infrared camera
B&G H1000 wind and speed indicator
Communications Equipment
KVH V7 Broadband Internet
KVH V.O.I.P. system
2 x Icom 602 VHF radios
KVH tracphone with mini V-sat broad band SATcom
Panasonic KX-T7731 telephone system
2 x Icom M602 fixed VHF
4 x Icom M88 handheld VHF

Entertainment Electronics
KVH Tracvision G8 feeding a separate TV decoder for each TV
Bose 321 System in all staterooms (Including Captain & Crew)
Bose Lifestyle 48 in main saloon
52” Sharp TV in main saloon
52” Sharp TV in sky lounge
52” Sharp TV in master stateroom
52” Phillips TV on the flybridge
19” LG TV in guest staterooms
19” LG TV in captain’s cabin
2 x 19” LG TVs in crew cabin
iPod docks in every cabin or zone either playing through the 321 or the Lifestyle

Seafire 240 lb. FM200 engine room fire extinguishing system
Seafire FD1400M lazarette fire extinguishing system
Seafire FD1400M pump room fire extinguishing system
Yourney Fire/Smoke detection system
32 x Portable fire extinguishers, dry powder, and CO2
SOLAS approved Life jackets, adult, and child
SOLAS approved adult immersion suits
SOLAS approved child immersion suits
Flares and distress rockets to the Marshall Islands Commercial Yacht Code
2 x 15 Man Switlik SOLAS approved Pack-a-Life raft
2 x Fire hoses and hydrants fore and aft
Full firefighting suit and SCBA
Elbex EXS125 CCTV
8 x cameras (4-engine room, 1-lazarette, 3-deck, 1-pilothouse)
1 x monitor in pilothouse
Combination safe in all stateroom
Highwater, fire, exhaust and shaft seal over heat, propane gas detection alarms
2 x 406Mhz EPIRBS
MedAire offshore medical kit

*VIVIERAE meets the requirements of the Commercial yacht code for the Marshall Islands

1 x 15’ Zodiac with Yamaha 70hp
Yamaha 3-man wave rider
2 x AereOcean inflatable kayaks
Inflatable, towable water toys including “Boris” the 5-man Banana
Snorkel gear

40kW Northern Lights generator instead of 33kW
New and used oil tanks in engine room – 110 gallons each
UV sterilizer for the house fresh water
AlgaeX units on main engines, generators, and fuel filter
Back up raw water pump for air conditioning
SeaFire #FD700M bottle in forward bilge
Hull painted with custom metallic DuPont
FRP deck box/seat at the Portuguese bridge
Stainless steel handrail on Portuguese bridge
5 x Xenon underwater lights across transom
FRP bait well in swim step with pump
Additional folding cleat in swim step for a total of 3
2 x Additional stainless steel rod holders for a total of 4 in the cockpit cap rail
2 x High-pressure air outlets at the foredeck and cockpit
2 x 2” OD rails and ladder at flybridge hardtop to make the area safe for sunbathing
Add cockpit seating with table and additional hawse hole with cleat
Cockpit tables removable from the pedestals
Interior finish with Cherry wood, Mahogany Crotch raised panels, custom staircase to pilot house with custom rails and glass
Modified granite floor at the base of the staircase between dining room and entrance foyer
Stone work – showers, custom countertop edge, head walls, floors
Upgraded overhead material
Galley port holes to be opening
Cherry and Ebony cabin sole in the salon and dining room
Teak decks – flybridge, cockpit, side decks, swim step (new), Portuguese bridge
deck and stairs to lower deck

Bottom paint
Prop’s speed and serviced
Stabilizers 2,000-hour service
ABS annual surveys
40Kw generator full overhaul
Exhaust gaskets and hardware upgraded
Port and Starboard exhaust mixers replaced
Davit inspected by Marquipt
Bump tests on shaft and rudder cutlass bearings
Port engine oil cooler replaced

Bottom sandblasted back, primed and painted (Micron 66)
Main engine exhausts replaced with full water cooled systems
Shafts and props inspected and balanced, prop speed applied
Cutlass bearings replaced
Marshall Islands PYLC survey
ABS annual survey
Replaced 2 x hot water heaters

The name VIVIERAE is reserved and the exterior name plates are excluded from the sale. Owner’s personal effects and all artwork. All items not specifically shown on this listing sheet. A list of exclusions will be available upon request.