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Prime Time VII

  • 88'
  • 2000
  • NORDLUND
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
  • $1,230,000

ABOUT PRIME TIME VII

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Prime Time VII is a Pacific Northwest Ed Monk design built by Nordlund Boat Company of Tacoma, WA. 

 

Nordlund, a 60 year old builder of high quality yachts, is highly regarded as a premier builder of Pacific Northwest style yachts and Prime Time VII is representative of Nordlund’s high quality construction.  Prime Time VII has a documented tonnage of 160 Gross Tons, indicating the volume and spaciousness of her interior, and 7’ headroom throughout.  Her present owner (second owner) purchased her in October 2015 and completed an extensive refit from October 2015 – May 2016 at an approximate cost of $500,000.  Refit items included major engine service with new coolers, major generator service, new Aqua 3 phase air conditioning chillers with 10 HP inverter and new duct work, very extensive new electronics, stabilizer overhaul with new components including fins, hydraulic davit overhaul, new Walker Bay Model 450 14’ 9” tender with stainless steel arch, electronics, and 70 HP Yamaha, new Switlik 6 person SAR military grade liferaft and safety equipment, new vinyl bridge enclosure, new flybridge seating. 

 

Extensive new electronics include on flybridge - 4 Garmin multifunction displays, Garmin GPS radar function, Garmin auto pilot, Garmin display for engines, 4 adjustable Lorex 360º cameras for engine room, stern, and side views, 3 Garmin multi-function instruments including wind.  The electronics are duplicated in the pilothouse. 

 

New KVH model 6 HD Sat TV, new KVH model 7 Wi-Fi/Sat Phone, and new antenna domes. New AV equipment including 6 Samsung flat screens television sets, Panasonic 3D Blue Ray DVD player, Fusion Stereo Controller, speakers on bridge and aft deck,  Onkyo AV receiver, and Garmin display in engine room.

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DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: NORDLUND
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: 88 RPH Motoryacht
  • Model Year: 2000
  • YearBuilt: 2000
  • Year Refit: 2016
  • Refit Type: See Listing
  • Tax Paid: US Duty Paid
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Raised Pilothouse
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/6 - Crew R/B/S: 2/3/3
  • LOA: 88' 0" (26.82m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 21' 6" (6.55m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 5' 10" (1.78m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 15 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 20 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 160 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 500 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: 250 Gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 3,100 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 4
  • Heads: 5
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: 3
  • Crew Sleeps: 3
  • Crew Heads: 1
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Fiberglass
  • Hull Configuration: Semi-Displacement
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Edwin Monk
  • Hull Color: White
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: Jon Pokela Designs
  • Manufacturer: MAN
  • Model: D2840LE403
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Remarks

Prime Time VII is a Pacific Northwest Ed Monk design built by Nordlund Boat Company of Tacoma, WA.  

Nordlund, a 60 year old builder of high quality yachts, is highly regarded as a premier builder of Pacific Northwest style yachts and Prime Time VII is representative of Nordlund’s high quality construction.  Prime Time VII has a documented tonnage of 160 Gross Tons, indicating the volume and spaciousness of her interior, and 7’ headroom throughout.  Her present owner (second owner) purchased her in October 2015 and completed an extensive refit from October 2015 – May 2016 at an approximate cost of $500,000.  Refit items included major engine service with new coolers, major generator service, new Aqua 3 phase air conditioning chillers with 10 HP inverter and new duct work, very extensive new electronics, stabilizer overhaul with new components including fins, hydraulic davit overhaul, new Walker Bay Model 450 14’ 9” tender with stainless steel arch, electronics, and 70 HP Yamaha, new Switlik 6 person SAR military grade liferaft and safety equipment, new vinyl bridge enclosure, new flybridge seating. 

Extensive new electronics include on flybridge - 4 Garmin multifunction displays, Garmin GPS radar function, Garmin auto pilot, Garmin display for engines, 4 adjustable Lorex 360º cameras for engine room, stern, and side views, 3 Garmin multi-function instruments including wind.  The electronics are duplicated in the pilothouse.  

New KVH model 6 HD Sat TV, new KVH model 7 Wi-Fi/Sat Phone, and new antenna domes. New AV equipment including 6 Samsung flat screens television sets, Panasonic 3D Blue Ray DVD player, Fusion Stereo Controller, speakers on bridge and aft deck,  Onkyo AV receiver, and Garmin display in engine room.

Vessel Walkthrough

PILOTHOUSE

The Pilothouse is accessed through a Freeman Offshore sliding door on the port side. The helm is located off-center to starboard.  Newly upholstered Tracy electric helm chair and wrap around mini couch, and a small dinette.

 

MAIN SALON/DINING/ON DECK HEAD

Aft of the pilothouse down two steps is the Main Salon and dining area.  The Main Salon is full beam and spacious. On the port side is a large C-shaped couch approximately 15' seating eight guests. To starboard opposite is a long granite counter with wet bar, liquor storage, built in new Samsung flat screen TV, and entertainment center. The dining area has a glass top table and upholstered chairs.  A custom granite counter top with storage underneath is located at the forward end of the dining area. Opposite to port is a small office desk and a day head.

 

AFT DECK

The teak aft deck measures 10' x 18' and is accessed through an electric push button controlled sliding Freeman door. An overhang covers the deck and the aft end and sides are open. To port is a curved spiral staircase leading down to the swim platform area and a watertight door leading to the engine room.

 

GALLEY

Forward from the salon/dining area, down a few steps, is the galley.  It is an open area with six large windows, a center island and built-in TV with combination radio, DVD, and CD player.  There are full size Kitchen Aid appliances including side by side refrigerator and freezer with water and ice dispensers, GE convection microwave oven, Gaggenau oven and cooktop, Kitchen Aid dishwasher and trash compactor, and sink.  The counters are off white Corian with matching black accents.

 

GUEST STATEROOMS

From the port side, just aft of the pilothouse, a spiral staircase leads down to a foyer on the lower deck.  Accessed from here are the Master Stateroom, VIP Stateroom, and a second Guest Stateroom.

Accommodations

The Master Stateroom has a king size berth amidships, and separate his & her heads with large shower stall.

The VIP Stateroom has a queen size berth, and head with shower.

The guest stateroom has twin berths and head with shower.

 

There is a laundry room with full size stacked Asko washer and dryer, and storage area.   In the passage way are numerous other storage areas and two side by side Sub Zero freezers.

 

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CREW STATEROOMS

The crew quarters are forward of the galley.

The forepeak cabin has a double berth to port, single berth to starboard, and head with stall shower.

There is a Pullman berth in the passageway for additional crew.

Mechanical Equipment

The engine room and tool room are located at the aft end of the vessel, and are accessed from the swim platform through a water tight door or from the aft deck by a deck hatch and ladder.  Below is a workshop, storage, steering gear access, and lazarette. Farther forward is the air conditioned engine room with 7’ headroom and very good space for ease of servicing the engines, generators, and other equipment. The engine room can be monitored by a 360º Lorex camera.

 

Twin MAN D2840LE V-10, 1050 HP diesel engines

Twin Kohler 32 kW Generators

Jastram power steering

Oil change system with pump

4” stainless steel shafts with new line cutters and new dripless shaft seals

5-Blade Technebridge 44” propellers

Wesmar 45 HP hydraulic bow thruster

Wesmar hydraulic stabilizers (completely rebuilt including new fins.)

Sea Recovery water maker (55 GPH)

Mathers single lever engine controls.

 

Electrical Equipment

Twin 32 kW Kohler generators- with +/- 4000 hours

(2) 50' 100 amp portable power cords and (1) 25' 100 amp power cord

Glendenning Cablemaster 80' 100 amp power cord

Electrical inlets at bow, stern, port and starboard

Portable converter to change 3-phase to single phase

Trace 4000 Watt 24 DC/120 volt AC inverter

 

Plumbing & Ventilation

Plumbing:

4 – Aluminum fuel tanks with valve system, vented overboard, 3100 gallons total

2 – Stainless Steel water tanks with valve system, 500 gallons total

1 – Polyethylene holding tank 225 gallons total

6 – Automatic electric bilge pumps

1 – Electric grey water shower sump tank

1 – Electric water heater

6 – Electric toilets (His and Her Master, two guest staterooms, crew, and on deck head)

All toilets rebuilt, new Junair air compressor system for toilets

New macerator pump

New fresh water pump and controls

 

Ventilation:

Climate control multi zone system throughout vessel refit 2016

2 - New Acqu 3 phase AC Chillers

New chiller pumps

New 10 horsepower inverter for Climate system

New duct work

Hull and Deck Construction

Hull and Superstructure designed by Edwin Monk, N.A.

Engineering by Tim Nolan Engineering

Interior design by Jon Pokela

Construction is molded fiberglass with foam core

Water tight compartmented bilges

International Tonnage Certificate 160 Gross, 48 Net

Built to Lloyds and ABS specifications (not classed)

 

Electronics

Extensive new electronics package 2016

 

Pilothouse and Flybridge:

4 – Garmin G20 multifunction displays

Garmin GPS/Radar function

3 – Garmin multifunction displays 

1 - Green Marine Camera Display

Garmin Auto Pilot

Icom IC-M506 VHF

Garmin remote control (1 only)

4 – Lorex 360º remote cameras – port, stbd, engine room, aft.

ACR Global Fix Pro 406 MHz GPS EPIRB (FB only)

Garmin engine display (engine room)

New antennas for KVH model 6 HD SAT/TV and KVH model 7 WIFI/Sat Phone

New KVH antenna domes

 

Walker Bay 2016 model 450 14’9” RIB

Stainless Steel electronics antenna arch

Garmin 7608 display with down view and side view transducer

Icom IC-M506 VHF radio

Fusion sound system

Underwater lights

Entertainment Equipment

All new:

Fusion sound system in Salon, Galley, Master Stateroom, Crew Stateroom, Aft Deck, FB

Fusion speakers on FB and, aft deck.

Fusion sound system in Walker Bay RIB

6 – Samsung flat screen TVs

Panasonic 3D/Blue ray DVD player

Onkyo AV receiver

 

Deck Equipment

2016 model 450 Walker Bay 14’ 9” Tender with 70 HP Yamaha

Two Stidd helm chairs on bridge

Tracy electric adjustable helm seat in pilothouse

Maxwell hydraulic anchor windlass with remote controls at lower helm station

Maxwell hydraulic warping windlass at stern aft deck

Steelhead hydraulic crane, launches aft of starboard (rebuilt)

New ACR Globalfix Pro 406 MHz GPS EPIRB mounted on bridge.

New Switlik 6 person offshore life raft

New 6 Sterns offshore lifejackets with ACR 406 Epirbs

New 12 regular lifejackets

Life jackets stored in 2 new Yeti chests (aft cockpit deck and aft bridge deck).

Navy type anchor with 150' chain to 150' nylon rode

New 12 fire extinguishers located throughout vessel.

 

Tenders

2016 Walker Bay Model 450 14'9" Tender with 70 HP Yamaha and SS Arch, iCom VHF, Garmin 7608 display with down/side transducer, fusion sound system, & underwater lights.

Safety Equipment

NEW Switlik 6 Person ocean liferaft.
6 - New Sterns offshore life jackets with GPS EPIRBS
12 - New regular life jackets
12 - New fire extinguishers located throughout vessel

Miscellaneous Equipment

Wesmar Hydraulic Stabilizers completely rebuilt including new fins.
7' Headroom
Watertight Bilges

Exclusions

Painting forward in dining area and owner’s personal items.

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