2002 Nordhavn 40

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Yacht Overview

Make: Nordhavn

Model: 40

Year: 2002

Length: 40′


Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 8739509


Looking to travel? Travel the world perhaps?  This 2002 Nordhavn 40 is THE ONLY N40 currently on the market with a fly bridge.  She is priced to sell!  Everything on Uno Mas is in working order.  She is outfitted with redundancy & safety in mind.  She is ready to go today.  She is comfortable both on passages & tied to the dock.  Guest stateroom with bunks located amidships & it holds the washer/dryer, plus access to the engine room.  The owners stateroom is forward, with a queen berth, plenty of stowage & gleaming wood bulkheads.  The bottom paint was applied in 2021.  The most recent haul out was the Summer of 2022.  Bottom is currently diver maintained.  The Lugger is serviced every 100 hours and runs flawlessly.  Instruments & electronics were updated 4 years ago.
  Here are a few things this beautiful N40 has to offer:

  • Lugger 668D (8,217 hours) keel cooler w/ dry stack exhaust
  • Northern Lights Generator M753K (4,132 hours)
  • Upgraded Yanmar 36hp wing engine
  • NAID Roll Stabilizers
  • Solar Panels 600 Watts (6 x 100)
  • 2 Air Conditioners (Front AC is 1 year old)
  • Diesel heating system for the salon, cabins, head, etc.
  • Upholstery is 1 year old
  • Factory Fly Bridge
  • Swim Platform
  • Vitrifrigo Double Door Freezer / Fridge
  • Sub Zero Refrigerator
  • Force10 Stove w/ Broiler (2 years old)
  • Washer/ Dryer Combo 
  • Bow Thruster
  • Puradyn Auxillary Oil Filter System
  • Algae-X Magnetic Fuel Conditioner
  • Raymarine Electronics including 3 chartplotters, radar, NavTech, AIS, etc..
  • 2002 Caribe 10′ Inflaitable Dingy w/ 18hp Tohatsu 

The Nordhavn 40 stands out & has more capability than most boats their size.  Very few people are buying a Nordhavn 40 to cross oceans, they are buying them to have a boat that could.  It is both image and security.  The Uno Mas is a must see and a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Full Specs

Boat Name

Uno Mas


LOA: 39.75
LWL: 35.42
Beam: 14.5 ft
Maximum Draft: 4.75 ft
Displacement: 50,000 lb
Bridge Clearance: 38 ft
Dry Weight: 41,000 lb


Engine Brand: Lugger L668D
Engine Model: Yanmar 36
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 105|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard


Fresh Water Tanks: 3 (220 Gallon)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (920 Gallon)
Holding Tanks: 1 (68 Gallon)


Number of single berths: 2
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 1

Electronics Equipped on Uno Mas
  • Simrad RS35 VHF Radio with 2 HS35 Handsets
  • Raymarine P70S Autopilot Controller ( 2 ) - 1 pilot house, 1 Flybridge, with Handheld Smart Controller Remote/Base Station
  • Raytheon Type 100/400 Autopilot System, 2 Autopilot Hydraulic Pumps
  • Raymarine AIS 350
  • Raymarine Axion Pro 12" MFD (Pilot House)
  • Raymarine Axion 9" MFD - 2 (1 Pilot House, 1 Fly Bridge)
  • Raymarine HD/SHD Digital Open Array Radar
  • Raymarine ITC-5 Transducer Converter
  • Raymarine Sea-Talk-SeaTalk Converter
  • Fusion MS-RA70N Bluetooth Stereo
  • Raymarine RS 150 GPS Receiver
  • Victron BlueSolar Charge Controller
  • Raymarine i70 Multifunction Instrument (Flybridge)
  • Maxwell Windlass Remote Operation Switch (Pilot House)
  • Furuno Navtex NX-300
  • Guest Spotlight Remote
  • ICOM M710 SSB
  • Aqualarm Smart Bilge Monitor
  • Xantrex Freedom 25 Inverter/Charger

From the Manufacturer
Strong, rugged and handsome in a no-nonsense way, her special personality was inspired by salty commercial ships fishing the world's deepest oceans. She stirs a passionate interest and curiosity along docks and throughout anchorages everywhere. The Nordhavn 40 looks like the serious passagemaker that she is, but above all her seriousness of purpose, there is a wonderfully romantic, emotional element to the boat that strongly attracts a wide base of seasoned sailors, experienced power boaters and those just entering the world of boating.

Manufacturer Provided Description
The Portuguese bridge on the Nordhavn 40 provides the watchstander a safe exterior conning area but also provides a first line of defense for heavy water that might come over the bow. The solid coaming structure tends to deflect boarding water upward and away from the back sloping wheelhouse windows. Within the well-protected wheelhouse, abundant space is provided for a complete selection of electronics. The rake of the forward wheelhouse windows also reduces interior heat and eliminates glare from primary instrumentation. Additionally, this design provides added space above the line of sight for smaller yet important instrumentation. A full-size folding chart table is located on the port side near the pilothouse door and adequate chart storage is provided below. A folding helm seat is convenient for hand steering and folds out of the way for autopilot operation and standup maneuvering during docking. The most comfortable seating for watchstanding is aft at the settee, which allows easy visibility of instrumentation and an unobstructed exterior view. A full-length watch berth, located aft of the settee, makes watchstanding easy with another person sleeping within arm's reach. Additionally, the settee will serve as another berth, allowing double occupancy of the wheelhouse. The wheelhouse location allows for easier docking than a flybridge might. The helmsman is within easy reach of the port and starboard amidships cleats and can play an active role in line handling during docking. Double access to the boat deck is provided on the port and starboard sides. Access to the foredeck is provided through the Portuguese bridge door where two large integral deck lockers for storage are found. A low-profile cabin house provides headroom forward and two dorade vents for ventilation comfort belowdecks. Back into the wheelhouse and aft through the