Meet the Nordhavn 51

The Nordhavn 51 is a two-stateroom sistership to the N41.

January 19, 2021
Nordhavn 51
The Nordhavn 51 has two staterooms and two heads. Standard power is twin 160-horsepower John Deere diesels. Courtesy Nordhavn

Pacific Asian Enterprises has announced the newly designed Nordhavn 51, a sistership to the N41 that emphasizes streamlined build orders instead of individual customization.

The Nordhavn 51 has two staterooms and two heads, along with a flybridge. According to the builder, the Nordhavn 51 will closely resemble other long-range cruising Nordhavns with a separate pilothouse, while the interior will mirror the finishes of the N41. The yacht will be built with stabilizers, a bow thruster and a davit among the standard equipment.

Standard power will be twin 160-horsepower John Deere 4045AFM85 M1 engines. The Nordhavn 51 will be CE Certified Category A for offshore use.


According to Pacific Asian Enterprises, the first seven hulls of the Nordhavn 51 have already been reserved for purchase.

When will Hull No. 1 of the Nordhavn 51 hit the production line? Tooling is underway, and the first hull is expected to lay up in March in Turkey. Construction is expected to take 18 months.

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