JUST REDUCED TO $310,000! One of the most beautiful coastal cruisers on the water, the Nordic Tug 42 sets the standard for cruising yachts. Legend has been kept in top shape and has a new engine with 3 year warranty. Some of her notable features include a washer and dryer on board, a queen walk-around master berth and plush carpeting throughout. She would make an excellent year-round home for a retired couple looking for a new adventure. Her classic lines are a joy to look at and her construction provides a ride that is smooth and stable, even in rough weather.
Contact Mike Baldwin about this boat at 907-350-0720 or Baldwin@alaskaboatbrokers.com.
A beautiful and plush nautical cornflower blue and golden teak interior welcomes you inside Legend. Large windows and 360-degree views of your surroundings is all the inspiration you need to feel completely at home aboard her. To starboard, a six-foot L-shaped settee seats four adults comfortably. A high-lo table can be raised for dining or lowered as a coffee table. The easy-to-clean settee upholstery means you can invite little ones for dinner worry-free. Pull the two conversation chairs over from the port side and place them next to the settee opposite the settee and you can have quite the dinner party. At night, this converts to a double berth. Storage spaces underneath the seating and at the end of the settee are perfect places to store blankets and spare pillows. A thin buffet on port creates a lovely countertop for placing drinks or décor, the cabinetry adds an attractive and generous storage option for the room. Beyond the salon area is the u-shaped galley. A raised bar between the salon and the galley is a great place to display appetizers for an on-board party. The galley has a four-burner Princess stove/oven combo, a Norcold AC/DC refrigerator with separate freezer compartment, a microwave, large double stainless steel sink, and oodles of cabinets and drawers for storage. A television is poised above the refrigerator and has a Sony VCR/DVD player to entertain you. A small set of stairs down from the main level takes you to the guest stateroom and guest head. Mid-way down the stairs is a utility room with a stacked washer and dryer! The guest stateroom has two single berths in a bunk bed arrangement are located here, as well as a chest of drawers that also doubles as a night table. The guest head has a shower, storage and a nice large mirror. Take a few stairs from the main level takes you to the raised pilothouse with its ship-style helm and chart drawer under the helm. The dash is incredibly roomy with ample space for the accompanying electronics, a laptop, and more. To the rear, a raised pilothouse bench seats three or more adults comfortably and has a great view and a handy petite cocktail table. This can convert to an additional single berth at night, if you need it. Port and starboard side doors let you easily access the side decks for ease of docking or just to step outside to enjoy the weather. One of the best features of Legend is its large master suite in the bow, which is accessed by way of a private staircase from the pilothouse. Its walk-around queen size berth gives this the feeling a true bedroom instead of a v-berth. Two reading lamps are mounted on the wall on both sides of the bed. His and hers hanging lockers and drawers and storage underneath the bed means you don’t have to fight for closet space with your partner. The master head is off the suite and has a large stainless steel sink, storage, a nice amount of counter space and a separate shower stall. Both heads have VacuFlush commodes. A 200-gallon water tank, 11 gallons of hot water and a 60-gallon holding tank serve your on-board water needs. Heat is provided by the engine bus heater and a forced air diesel furnace with electric registers. Throughout Legend’s interior, you will enjoy plush carpeting and quality materials. All windows and port holes have opaque curtains to give you the privacy privacy or darkness you need all year long. Looking for cozy? Legend is your key to coziness on the sea.
Come aboard Legend safely and easily by way of her large swim deck and a hinged starboard side transom door. Strong stainless steel railing circles the entire boat. If you plan on fishing off Legend, you will find this a sound safety feature when fighting the big one. She also comes with three down riggers. The aft cockpit is large and uncluttered with more than half of it protected by the salon roof overhang, a feature always appreciated by Pacific Northwest cruisers. This overhang prevents rain from dripping into your cozy interior and lets you enjoy the deck through all kinds of weather. Storage is nicely built into the transom under the transom cap. The side decks are accessible along both sides and are up a couple of steps from the cockpit sole. An 11-foot Aqua-Pro rigid-hulled inflatable (RHIB) dinghy is perched atop the cabin roof. The Nick Jackson 12-volt davit gets the dinghy up and down from there with ease. If you need to clean the remnants of a day of fishing off Legend’s deck, she has a saltwater wash down system to help with that. Then grill up the day���s catch on the Dickinson propane barbecue.
A complete new diesel engine in was installed on Legacy in 2018 and comes with a four-year transferable engine warranty. Legacy s power comes from a 2018 Cummins 68TA 330 horsepower 5.9 M3 Diamond Series Turbo six cylinder diesel engine. It has been nicely warmed up with 225 hours on it. Her well-insulated engine room is easy to access and is roomy and very clean. Legacy cruises at 10 knots and has a top speed of 15 knots. Her two aluminum fuel tanks carry a total of 500 gallons of fuel. With her fuel usage of six gallons per hour, you can go more than 600 miles before refueling. When docking or leaving, you have a Sleipner 12-volt bow thruster to assist you with a designated Group 27 bow thruster battery. Her ground tackle package includes a 48-pound Bruce anchor on a Lofrans Tigres electric anchor winch and 275 feet of galvanized chain. She also comes with a spare Danforth 44-pound anchor. With her new engine, Legacy smoothly and reliably motors through your favorite passages and her four-blade bronze propeller and wet heat exchange exhaust make that journey a nice, peaceful one.
Everything you need for safe and fun cruising comes with Legacy. For navigation, she comes with a Furuno 1850DF GPS, a Furuno 1932 Mark 2 radar, a Raymarine ST60 depth sounder, a Ritchie compass, a Simrad Robertson AP20 auto pilot, and a Dell Inspiration 8500 laptop with Maptech charting software. Her windshield has electric wipers and defrosters to keep rain, snow and spray from clouding your vision. For communications, you have an ICOM ICM 412 DSC VHF and a cell phone booster. While underway, Legacy has a C Charger 5000 battery charger, two 4D start batteries and a four-battery housebank, all new in 2018, as well as an 105 amp alternator, a Xantrex inverter and a Northern Lights diesel generator set with just 2,022 hours on it to keep your power needs reliable. While docking in the dark hours, there is a Jabsco remote spotlight for you to find your way in the dark. While at the dock, plug Legacy into 30 amp shore power for your electrical needs.
This package also comes with five adult survival suits and 10 adult Type 1 life jackets. Built in the Pacific Northwest, Nordic Tugs are truly poetry in motion on the water. You really need to see this beauty today, call and make an appointment for a personal showing.