40' Nordic 1984

Marion, MA

$139,900


  • Yacht Details 40' Nordic 1984
  • Location Marion, MA
  • Engines Universal
  • Days on MarketInquire
  • Last UpdatedApr 23, 2021
  • Asking Price$139,900
  • Cruising Speed
  • Maximum Speed
  • Max Draft 6' 1''


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Specifications

  • Beam: 12' 1''
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Max Draft: 6' 1''
  • Displacement: 18,000 lb
  • Fuel Tank: 1 x 55|gallon
  • Fresh Water: 1 x 130|gallon
  • Holding: 1 x 30|gallon
  • Heads: 1

Yacht Description

Designed by renowned designer Robert H. Perry, the Nordic 40 was built to the highest of standards and over the years has proven to be a fast, capable blue water cruiser. Her hull is solid fiberglass. The deck is balsa cored with sold glass under deck hardware which is through-bolted to backing plates. 

Her sail plan along with performance keel and rudder deliver superb performance, especially when going to weather. In the realm of iconic 40 footers, the Nordic 40 is considered to be among the best of the best.

“Lark” is in absolutely fantastic condition and it’s obvious from the moment you step aboard that her owners have taken every measure to keep her in top condition and that they take great pride in her.

The Nordic 40 was highlighted in a recent Cruising World article by John Kretschmer titled "9 Best Used Boats for 2017"

Lark was built with all opening ports, an open quarter berth area, and numerous other design improvements, including an improved mast step. She is equipped with Sea Frost refrigeration, Lunaire reverse cycle heat and air conditioning and many other features for comfortable cruising in all climates. Additionally, Lark is rigged for offshore sailing with an inner stay and running backstays for flying either a staysail or storm jib.

After many recent upgrades, Lark is new to the market due to a change in the owner’s cruising plans.

Nordic 40 Performance Cruiser


The Nordic 40 was designed by Robert Perry as a long range cruising vessel with a strong emphasis on performance. They are rugged in their construction, and the fact that the hull is built of solid fiberglass without a core, is appealing to cruising sailors. The underbody is a fin keel, and the rudder is strengthened and supported by a full skeg. The 6’6” draft provides excellent upwind performance and the rod rigging and tall sail plan complete the performance design specs.

All teak interior comfortably arranged for offshore voyaging.

V-berth cabin forward with 6" memory foam mattresses. Lockers above and below the berths, and 2 opening ports and a large overhead hatch for excellent ventilation. Aft of the starboard berth is a large hanging locker. A door closes the cabin from the passageway.

Aft to port is a large head area which offers a separate shower area. Large hanging locker to starboard of the passageway

The main cabin offers a comfortable "L" shaped settee to port that will convert to a double berth. Generous lockers are outboard of the berth. A large table that will accommodate 6 folds down from the bulkhead. To starboard is an additional settee/berth with lockers behind and above. Water tanks are located under the port and starboard berths, both of which were recently replaced with poly tanks with cleanout access.

Aft of the main cabin, to port is a well designed, offshore "U" shaped galley. The ice box is located in the forward section (away from the engine) and is served by a Sea Frost refrigeration system. Outboard is a 3-burner propane stove, and in the aft section, double ss sinks with hot and cold pressure water. Large secure lockers are abundant around the galley.

Opposite the galley is a navigation table and seat. Aft of the navigation area is a quarter berth. This berth is truly a double, and the area is spacious. Teak ceiling strips line the hull, providing insulation and beauty.

There are 10 opening ports throughout the cabin, and 2 large opening hatches for great ventilation. The sole is teak and holly and was refinished just a few years ago.

Electronics


New Garmin navigation and communication system installed in 2019

Garmin GPSMAP 7607 chartplotter with wireless remote control

Garmin GNX Sail Pack 52 (incl DST800 transducer) with additional GNX 20 display

Garmin Reactor 40 Autopilot with GHC 20 display and remote control

Mast mounted Garmin GMR 18 xHD open array radar

Standard Horizon GX 1300 VHF radio connected to chartplotter

Furuno FA50 AIS Transponder (transmit and receive)

Sails And Rigging


New running rigging including all halyards, reefing lines and lazy jacks 2014 and 2019

New Quantum tri-radial TR 2600 CDX mainsail 2019

New Quantum 135% tri-radial TR 2600 CDX genoa 2019

North asymmetric spinnaker with snuffer

Staysail – little or no use

Storm jib – little or no use

Navtec rod rigging 2015

New mainsail luff track 2019

Navtec hydraulic vang

Navtec hydraulic backstay (rebuilt 2019)

Intermediate forestay with Quick Release lever

Running backstays (for use with intermediate stay only)

Harken mainsheet traveler

Propulsion


Engine: Universal 5444 diesel

Power: 44 hp

Drive type: V drive

Engine year: 1984

Hours: 3800

Propeller: Max-Prop 3 blade feathering

Winches


#55 Lewmar self-tailing genoa winches

#40 self-tailing halyard winches

#43 self-tailing mainsheet winch

Repairs/replacements/upgrades


Bottom stripped, faired, epoxy barrier coats and multi-season Vivid ablative bottom paint (2019)

New custom fabricated polypropylene port and starboard water tanks (2014)

55 gallon aluminum fuel tank replaced in 2008

All seacocks and through hull fittings replaced with bronze (2015)

Macerator pump (2015)

New holding tank - custom polypropylene 30 gal. (2015)

New cockpit scupper drains (2014)

New propeller shaft with spur cutter (2014)

Universal 5444 44 HP diesel engine overhauled 2008 (replaced motor mounts, heat exchanger, water pump)

Keel bolts tightened to 125 ftlbs (2010)

Engine and battery wiring replaced (2014)

All engine and sanitation hoses replaced (2015)

New cutlass bearing 2015

New holding tank (2015)

Seafrost refrigeration with engine drive compressor with 110 volt assist (2008)

New 8D AGM house bank batteries (2) (2013)

Lunaire reverse cycle heat and air conditioning (2008)

New cushions and mattresses (2019)

New Spade anchor, 60 ft of chain and 250 ft of 5/8 premium 8 plait nylon rode (2019)

New lee cloths for main cabin berths (2020)

New shower sump pump (2019)

New Forespar 50/50 aluminum/carbon whisker pole stored on mast (2019)

Tri-color Navigation & Anchor light with LED bulbs (2015)

Fairclough winter cover and frame (2019)

Galley


Sea Frost refrigeration with engine drive compressor

Force 10 4-burner gimbaled stove w/oven

Stainless steel deep double sink and faucet Fresh water foot pump

Water tanks, 2 x 60 gallon each

2 20 lb propane (LPG) tanks stored in aft locker with regulator and gas gauge

Electrical System


12 volt DC ship's system

Circuit breaker panel

Group 31 AGM engine start battery (2013)

2 8D AGM house bank batteries (2013)

2000 watt Heart Interface inverter

4 12 volt cabin fans

Ample interior lighting

Navigation lights

Deck lights

Tri-color navigation & anchor light with LED bulbs (2015)

Electric bilge pump

Macerator pump (2015)

110 Volt Ac Shore Power System


Breaker panel

50' Shore cord

Interior outlets

Shore power assist for refrigeration

Battery charger

Lunaire reverse cycle heat and air conditioning

Head And Plumbing


Marine toilet and holding tank with overboard discharge

System updated with new sanitation hoses, seacocks and thru-hulls (2015)

New holding tank - custom polypropylene 30 gal. (2015)
Overboard electric macerator pump

Separate shower stall

130 gals water capacity in custom polypropylene tanks (2015)

Equipment


New Spade anchor, 60 ft of chain and 250 ft of 5/8 premium 8 plait nylon rode

Fortress 23 second anchor
Electric anchor windlass
Bow roller
Double bow rail, stern rail, life lines
4 dorade vents
2 large cabin top hatches
1 solar vent
10 opening ports
Oversized cleats and deck hardware

4 fenders
6 docklines
Boat hook
Spray dodger (2010)
Bimini (2010)
Lee cloths for main cabin berths (2019)

Awlgrip hull finish - White (2007)

Magna Propane Grill
Folding teak cockpit table with drink holders

Breese boosters for cabin top hatches

Comments


The Nordic 40 was highlighted in a recent Cruising World article by John Kretschmer titled "9 Best Used Boats for 2017"

Lark has been very well cared for by her owners and has undergone continued refits and upgrades. Lark is ready for her next offshore adventure.




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