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"Lone Star," one of the last NT39s completed prior to Nordic Tugs model change to the NT40, is in excellent condition with minimal hours on her Cummins diesel engine and Onan 9kw generator. She is a loop veteran, and, upon completion of her recent loop voyage, her owners upgraded to a significantly larger cruiser. Many Nordic Tug veterans prefer the NT39's features and layout to the model 40, which has had limited distribution and availability. If you fall into this category, think about "Lone Star," which is in excellent condition and has been cared for by two loving owners.
Her three zone Marine Air, reverse cycle, air-conditioning makes her perfect for traveling in the warmer climates. With her bow & stern thruster, and efficient Cummins’ engine, she's a joy to operate. Her cruising “sweet spot” is 8.5 knots, but she’ll top out at 18 knots and cruise very economically at 15 knots. This Nordic Tug is definitely not a trawler “Slow Poke.” Her economical operating costs, bright, full galley with pleasing 360-degree view, two staterooms, two televisions and two-year-old Garmin navigation and electronics package, qualify her to immediately make way in any direction.
If you are seriously into your trawler or comfortable cruising search, "Lone Star" is an absolute "must see!"
Cummins QSB 6.7 liter
Access from the aft cockpit to the salon is through a Diamond Sea Glaze sea door. To port is a U‐shaped settee that converts to a full‐size double berth with three storage drawers beneath.
This can be converted to a larger locker to house a compact Splendide washer/dryer combo. There is a large teak table (2’ X 4’) hinged for easy access and mounted on a pair of fixed
pedestals that remove easily to make a berth.
The L‐shaped galley is to starboard featuring Corian counters with a backsplash and sea rail. A 6.8‐cubic‐foot Nova Kool refrigerator is set forward with a large stainless‐steel under‐mount
sink next aft. A 2.5‐cubic‐foot Nova Kool top‐loading freezer is easily accessed. There is a 3‐burner Force‐10 electric cooktop. The microwave is next to the refrigerator.
There are four large under counter drawers, a couple of small drawers, and an overhead cabinet for storage. Over the cooktop is a sliding window and there are screened hatches and
windows forward. Whether you are in the galley or on the settee, there are fixed large windows that provide a magnificent view. There are overhead rails and a new Sharp flat screen HDTV,
mounted overhead that folds up and locks in place.
The head compartment is to port and the guest stateroom to starboard, allowing enough space for a wider helm console where you could install two 15” displays.
The space between the Llebroc helm chair and the custom teak steering wheel is enough to stand as well as pass through to the starboard deck. There is an option for a double‐wide helm
chair or a double bench to match the seat to port. The dash on the helm console is massive. There is a full‐width overhead teak panel large enough for a wide range of radios and small
instrument displays. Left of the wheel is a large flat area for spreading out chart books and guides. To the left of the wheel is a Blue Sea electrical panel with protective door.
Entrance to the forward master stateroom is through a door to port. There is a Queen size Island berth with great access on both sides, four storage drawers beneath, overhead cabinets
along the sides, and twin hanging lockers at the bulkheads.
The head features a molded shower compartment with seat to the back of the head and a Tecma EasyFit electric flush, low‐water‐flow toilet. The teak vanity has a Corian counter and
sink with storage below and a small locker to the right of the sink.
The guest stateroom is to starboard with a settee that converts to a double berth, a hanging locker and teak cabinets, one with drawer storage.
The engine room is located under the pilothouse sole. There is a step at the front of the engine to make entrance into the space easy. The engine is a Cummins with vibration isolators and a Soundown water‐lift muffler system. There are three Rule bilge pumps, 2,000 gph each, and a
You won’t believe how quiet the engine room is while underway!
Viso 23” TVC, folds down
Storage hold below cabin sole aft of engine room
Nova Kool refrigerator
Nova Kool top loading freezer
Force 10 3‐burner propane stove with oven
Haier stainless steel microwave
Corian counter tops
Llebroc pedestal helm chair with ultra‐leather upholstery
Diamond Sea Glaze sea doors, port and starboard
Diamond Sea Glaze windows
Companion bench seat
Abundance of cabinet and drawer storage
(2) Cedar hanging lockers
Ample natural ventilation and light
Samsung 32” TV
Tecma fresh water head with stall shower
Cummins QSB 6.7 liter, 380 hp fresh water‐cooled engine
Twin Disc MG5061SC Marine Gear with 2.40:1 reduction
Hung Shen 4‐blade, 28” X 22” Nibral prop
Racor dual 75/900 MAX fuel/water separators
Racor 120RMAM fuel/water separator for genset
Onan 9 kW genset
Side Power SE 80/185 bow thruster
Teleflex Sea Star hydraulic steering
MarineAir reverse cycle AC/Heat, 3 separate zones
(3) Rule 2,000 gph bilge pumps with automatic float switches
Garmin 8215 15” chart plotter with US harts
Garmin Radome, 24”, 4 kW
Garmin VHF with hailer and remote full function microphone
Garmin 600 Class B AIS
Garmin depth sounder, 2 kW
Garmin autopilot, GHP200
Cummins Smart Craft vessel view display
KVH TracVison TV1 SAT TV
Fusion AM/FM/CD/DVD player with Bluetooth and 200‐watt speakers
Maretron DSM250 vessel monitoring system and display
Onan 9kW genset
(4) AGM 6‐VDC batteries for 440 A 12 VDC house battery bank
(2) AGM Group 31 Lifeline start batteries
(2) AGM Group 31 Lifeline batteries for thruster/windlass
Mastervolt 12/70‐3 Chargemaster battery charger
Blue Seas breaker panel
Imtra LED lighting
NMEA 200 bus system
Hand‐held fire extinguishers
Fireboy CG2‐500 automatic fire extinguishing system in engine room
Revere Offshore Commander 4‐man life raft
Lofrans 1500‐watt, 12VC Tigres windlass with wildcat and capstan
YRM 600# davit
Manson 20 kg anchor
Highfield 360 tender, 11’ 11” with pedestal steering and Yamaha 20 hp, 4‐stroke outboard (last serviced 03/2017) with tender cover
Magma Marine Kettle propane grill
Dock lines and fenders
(2) Fuel tanks, 160 gallons each
Water tank, 144 gallons
Holding tank, 32 gallons
Antifouling paint and sacrificial anodes, January 2017
Cummins oil changes at 50, 250, 500, 730, 976, 1039, and 1165 hours, January 2017
Cummins sacrificial anodes changed March 2017
Cummins heat exchanger, March 2017
Cummins impeller changed November 2016
Onan oil changes at 150, 371, 620, and 858 hours July 2016
Onan sacrificial anodes changed October 2016
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. This listing is a courtesy of a member of the International Yacht Brokers Association and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.