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1984 Nordlund Pilothouse



Seattle, Washington, United States
  • 3 Staterooms
  • 2 Engines


Galati Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Worth Avenue Yachts. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

  • Last updated Apr 29th, 2024


Quick Specs

Country: United States
Category: Motor Yachts
Model: Pilothouse
Model Year: 1984
Year Refit: 2022


Cabins: 3
Sleeps: 6

Hull Information

Hull Material: FRP


Length: 63 ' (19.20M)
Draft: 4' 6" (1.216M)
Beam: 17' 6" (5M)


Cruising Speed: 12 Knots
Displacement 85000 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 1080 G. 4088 L.
Water Capacity: 600 G. 2271 L.
Holding Tank: 65 G. 246 L.


Engine 1

Engine Make: Detroit Diesel
Engine Model: 8V92TA
Power HP: 650
Fuel Type: Diesel

Engine 2

Engine Make: Detroit Diesel
Engine Model: 8V92TA
Power HP: 650
Fuel Type: Diesel



The large salon is entered through double-width doors from the aft cockpit, which sets her apart from many of her sisterships. Under her previous ownership, the yacht received a complete interior refit in 2009 by Jon Pokela and Mary Flores, well known interior designers, and later Mary Flores performed a significant update to the refit between 2021-2023.

Careful inspection of the details will reflect the quality and attention to detail from the custom varnished window trim installed to hide the aluminum window frames, to the high-end Whisper Wall headliners, and brand new carpets with sound attenuation padding.

The custom Mary Flores designed L-shaped sofa to starboard boasts storage and the ability to use the ottoman as a filler to add salon sleeping capacity when needed. Directly across on the port side is a custom hi/low TV entertainment center between two custom club chairs.

At the forward end of the salon is a set of 3 barstools allowing for bar-top dining while looking into the galley.


Up two steps from the salon a wetbar to port featuring an icemaker custom sink and new fixtures. The galley to starboard features granite counters, a brand new custom deep stainless steel sink with new fixtures, new induction cooktop, new convection microwave and new full size refrigerator. Dishwasher and trash compactor and ample upper and lower storage make for a pleasant space to prepare meals while remaining connected to everyone onboard. From the galley, you can take two steps up to the pilothouse or descend to the guest quarters, workshop, and engine room.

Dining Area

Apart from the galley bar, the primary dining area is the banquette in the pilothouse. A large table with C-shaped wrap around seating is a wonderful place to relax underway or sit around for a cozy meal. Dining can also take place alfresco up on the flybridge.

Owner's Stateroom

Located in the bow area of the yacht, the owner’s cabin is accessed through a staircase from the port side of the pilothouse. A spacious cabin with a walkaround queen sized berth, large lighted hanging lockers, good bedside and under-berth storage, and six opening hatches and portlights. Excellent headroom, floorspace, privacy, and new A/V equipment are pleasant features of this cabin.

Owner's Stateroom Ensuite

Ensuite to the Owner’s Stateroom is the spacious primary head which has been extensively refit by Nordlund Yachts to create a large custom tile shower with beautiful glass doors. Electric freshwater head with Toto bidet features, new fixtures, flooring, and wall paneling give a fresh, updated and timless feel.

VIP Stateroom

Accessed through the staircase off the galley the guest staterooms are in the middle of the yacht. The VIP stateroom is quite comfortable with a walkaround queen sized berth, wonderful lighting, and ample lighted storage lockers.

VIP Stateroom Ensuite

Recently customized by Nordlund, including enlarging the walk in shower, the VIP head is quite spacious and has all of the same finish touches as the Owner’s Stateroom head with glass doors, electric freshwater head, storage, and ventilation.

Guest Stateroom

The third cabin boats over/under bunks arranged in an L shape to give excellent headroom in both bunks. The lower bunk has been custom widened to easily accommodate a larger adult, and has a custom mattress as well. Natural light and custom cabinetry finish off the space.

Guest Head

The guest stateroom head doubles as the day head, located at the bottom of the aft staircase from the galley. This head features a separate shower, stone counters, electric fresh water head, and custom cabinetry.


Completely reimagined and simplified, the pilothouse helm has been simplified and modernized. With Garmin and Furuno touch screen electronics, a dedicated screen for the multiple cctv cameras, the simple dash is quite pleasing to operate from, and completely custom. Everything is accessible and visibility is excellent from the helm. Sliding doors on either side of the pilothouse offer access to the side decks and the twin Stidd helm seats are comfortable to operate from on extended passages.

A lovely large c-shaped banquette aft of the helm seats is a wonderful place for guests to keep the captain company while underway, and boasts matching leather to the Stidd helm seats and a beautiful high gloss table.

Workshop/Utility Room

Located a few steps down from the guest cabin level the workshop space is quite generous for a yacht of this size. Full standing headroom, a large workbench and tool storage to starboard, and full size Bosch washer and dryer to starboard with space for folding and laundry supplies. Additionally a deep freezer is located under the workbench to provide storage for extended cruising.

From here, a door to the engine room provides easy access to the machinery space.

Aft Deck & Cockpit

A deep well cockpit with a transom door gives access to the ladder to the flybridge and the wide side decks up to the bow. The beautifuly varnished cap rails feature a functional capstan for adjusting mooring lines or tender to lines. Teak decks which were refinished and recaulked in 2016 are in excellent condition. There is a hot/cold freshwater washdown as well as a saltwater washdown, along side on the starboard side is the cockpit sink and access to the engine room. Beneath the cockpit floor is a large lazarette.

Swim Step

The swim step is moulded into the hull providing additional waterline length as well as storage and good access to the stern thruster. The port hatch has been converted to a custom “crab condo” with proper pumps and filtration.

A recently installed Olson Davit has been installed on the swim platform allowing for easier launching and retrieval of the tender.

Flybridge & Upper Helm/Command Bridge

The upper helm has wonderful visibility and benefits from a recently upgraded Garmin plotter screen. New Sunbrella canvas bimini with custom aft extension is in excellent condition and though it does not have a full enclosure, the owner wisely installed zippers to easily be able to add side panels in the future. Comfortable new Sunbrella covered seating areas provide a social space while underway or at anchor. The aft end of the seating area houses a counter which is pre-plumbed for water and electricity.

With the tender down on the Olsen davit, the flybridge becomes a large open seating area with modular furniture allowing the space of a much larger yacht and some uncovered seating for those that prefer sun exposure. The 1500lb Roskelly-Olson davit (replaced in 2009) remains on the flybridge to lift other toys, or should you choose to re-install new dinghy chocks to house the tender.

Engine Room

Unlike yachts built today, the engine room and machinery spaces aboard MARGENE are spacious and take up a large portion of the aft end of the yacht. The Detroit Diesel 8V92TA engines received a zero hour major overhaul approximately 2300 hours ago in 1996. These engines were originally 730hp and detuned to 650hp for extended life and additional power, pushing the boat comfortably at 12 knots burning 20gph but with the ability to reach 22+ knots underway when need be.

The Capital Gears transmissions were rebuilt in 2022 as new, the heat exchangers have been recently inspected and all zincs replaced; mechanically MARGENE has been well looked after and properly exercised.

With twin Westerbeke generators mounted either side, lifely AGM batteries, new inverter, watermaker, freshwater pump, custom designed underwater exhaust, hydraulic PTO, isoslation transformer and more, the engine room is very nicely laid out and updated with good access all around.


Ed Monk designed a stout, stable and efficient yacht when he drew the lines for the Nordlund 63. Built of FRP she is a modified V- hull with soft chines with frp stringers, plywood bulkheads, FRP superstructure, Airex cored hull and decks with teak laid over.

Deck & Hull

• See “Upgrades” below for all recent refit work

• Awlgrip painted bulwarks, superstructure and flybridge, gelcoat hull

• 50kg Bruce anchor with 300’ of 3/8” chain with swivel

• Ideal BHW 110VAC windlass (rebuilt)

• Stern warping winch (rebuilt)

• Olson tender davit installed on swim platform

• 1500lb Roskelly-Olson davit (replaced in 2009) with fixed extension for bikes/toys (12VDC, manual rotation)

• Transom boarding door and side boarding doors on each side mid-ship

• 8x stainless steel mooring cleats (removed and re-bedded)

• 3x windshield wipers with washdown

• Stainless tanchions with teak caprail

Waste & Water Systems

• See “Upgrades” below for all recent refit work

• 2x 300 gal aluminum freshwater tanks with inspection plates and sight gauges

• Filter and U/V filter installed between water tanks and domestic water system pressure pump

• Torrid 30 gallon domestic water heater

• Extensive re-piping with PEX for domestic water systems

• MAXQ 75gal watermaker

• 3x SeaLand VacuFlush heads freshwater

• Grey water sump system

Electrical Equipment

• See “Upgrades” below for all recent refit work

• 220V/110V and 24V/12V electrical systems

• 2x 20KW Westerbeke generators (hours unknown)

• 50A 220V shore power

• Outback 3500W DC-AC Inverter

• Magnum Energy 1000W DC-AC Inverter

• 1x 190A alternator

• 2x 12VDC 75A alternator

• Glendinning shore power reel with remote control

• 24VDC battery charger

• Charles shore power isolation transformer with boost

• LED interior lighting

• Electric King heaters

Mechanical Equipment

• See “Upgrades” below for all recent refit work

• Twin Detroit Diesel 8V92TA 800hp detuned to 650hp for extended life with approximately 2,300 hrs SMOH.

• Capitol Gears transmissions Model NP6900 2.11:1 ratio (rebuilt as ne 2022)

• Stainless steel 2½” shafts

• Dripless shaft seals

• Bronze V-Struts

• Two 32” x 32” four blade bronze propellers

• Mather Micro Commander electronic throttle controls (2015)

• Yacht Controller remote control for engines and thrusters

• Custom designed underwater exhaust designed by Ed Hageman and Ed Monk (1996)

• Wesmar 10” hydraulic bow thruster

• Sidepower electric stern thruster

• Gulfcoast fuel polishing transfer pump system (2015)

• Duplex Dahl fuel filters on main engines, singles on generators

• Webasto kerosene heater with dedicated tank and ducting to guest cabins and pilothouse (not functional)

Galley/Laundry Equipment

• Custom stainless steel galley sink

• Custom hammered finish bar sink

• Fischer Paykel refrigerator and freezer

• Bosch induction cooktop

• GE convection microwave

• GE CompactAll trash compactor

• Frigidaire dishwasher

• U-Line icemaker

• Gunert custom cold plate 110V AC utility room freezer

• Bosch washer

• Bosch dryer

Safety & Navigation

• See “Upgrades” below for all recent refit work

• Furuno touch screen chart plotter with radar

• Garmin chart plotter

• ICOM VHF at pilothouse and flybridge

• CCTV dedicated screen at pilothouse

• Simrad Autopilot

• Garmin AIS

• Seatronix 19” sunlight readable touch screen monitor for flybridge

• Fixed fire halon system


• 2000 15’ Novurania with 60hp Yamaha 4-stroke outboard motor


Exterior Features

• A new flying bridge Bimini cover with Sunbrella fabric, extending approximately 5’ aft of the vessel’s radar arch.

• All new flying bridge cushions with Sunbrella fabric covers.

• Flying bridge helm chairs were replaced.

• New Sunbrella covers for the flying bridge settees, the flying bridge helm console, and the flying bridge helm chairs.

• A live seafood well created in the port side compartment of the boarding platform, to include a raw water circulation pump and intake, and a waterproof pump control box.

• All cavels (mooring line securing hardware on the main deck) de-mounted, re-bedded, and re- mounted.

• Pilothouse window seals renewed.

• All hardware removed from the teak cap rails on the main deck level, surface coatings removed, and eight fresh coats of varnish applied.

• Flying bridge teak coaming caps and the cap underneath the flying bridge venturi painted with Awlgrip paint product.

• Flying bridge access hatch replaced.

• Aft sink and sink fixture replaced.

• Vessel hauled, anti-fouling bottom paint renewed, sacrificial zinc anodes replaced, and a Propspeed coating applied to the propellors.

• Anti-fouling bottom paint applied to the tender.

• Lift, re-bed, and refasten the boat deck davit, and touch-up davit foundation paint.

Interior Features

• All interior carpeting and carpet pad replaced (note: the pad in the main salon is sound attenuated).

• A custom-made stainless steel galley sink installed, with new fixtures, new garbage disposal, and clean-outs installed in the sink drain discharge piping.

• A new galley refrigerator/freezer installed.

• A new galley convection microwave oven with vent hood installed.

• A new induction cooktop installed in the galley.

• Custom shower enclosure with glass door by Restrom installed in the master stateroom head compartment, to include new shower fixtures.

• New master stateroom head compartment flooring installed.

• New headliner, wallpaper and mirrors installed in the master stateroom head compartment.

• New wallpaper installed in the master stateroom.

• The lower berth in the bunk stateroom widened, and a new mattress installed.

• New wallpaper installed in the VIP stateroom.

• Enlarged custom shower enclosure with glass door by Restrom installed in the VIP stateroom head compartment, to include new shower fixtures.

• Engine room paint refurbished.

• Ventilation in the boarding platform stern thruster compartment improved to mitigate condensation.

• Install new carpeting throughout the interior.

Mechanical Systems/Equipment Features

• Both the port and the starboard main propulsion engine reduction gears (transmissions) were professionally rebuilt.

• Main propulsion engines were repainted.

• Main engine oil coolers were rebuilt.

• New Racor fuel filters were installed for the main engines and the auxiliary generator engines.

• Dripless type shaft seals installed on the port and the starboard propellor shafts.

• A Sidepower brand stern thruster was added.

• An Olson tender davit was installed on the boarding platform.

• The vessel’s Ideal BHW anchor windlass was rebuilt.

• 300’ of 3/8” galvanized anchor chain was added.

• A Glendinning shore power reel installed with remote control.

• A reversible motor/non isolated 12-24VDC solenoid installed for the steering system.

• New pilothouse window windshield wiper motors and wiper arms were installed, as well as 3- wiper control panel.

• 24 VDC bilge pumps with automatic float switches were installed in the center and starboard boarding platform compartments, and a new bilge pump, float switch and high water alarm switch were installed in the bilge underneath the crew berth.

• The stern warping winch was rebuilt.

• A new MAXQ 75 gal./hr. watermaker was installed.

• Extensive PEX piping upgrades were made within the domestic water system.

• A new domestic water system pressure pump was installed.

• New 220 VAC stacked washer/dryer was installed in the utility room.

• A new Torrid brand domestic water system heater was installed.

• A new filter array and a U/V (ultraviolet) filter were installed between the water tanks and the domestic water system pressure pump.

• Inspection plates and sight gauges were installed on the fresh water tanks.

• A new 24 VDC battery charger was installed.

• A new 3,500 watt Outback brand inverter was installed.

• A Charles brand boosting shore power transformer was installed.

• The VIP stateroom head compartment marine toilet was rebuilt, and its vacuum pump replaced.

• Interior light fixtures upgraded to LED bulbs.

• House bank and stern thruster bank batteries were replaced with Lifeline brand AGM 8D batteries.

• A King Electric brand heater was installed in the master stateroom head compartment and amidships head compartment.

• Upgrades to main helm instrument panel.

• Rebuild the windshield washer pump.

• Replace sacrificial zinc anodes in the main engine and auxiliary generator engine cooling systems.

• Inspect the main engine heat exchangers, and service as may be found necessary.

Entertainment Electronics

• A new television and sound bar were installed in a custom cabinet in the master stateroom.

Monitoring/Navigation Electronics

• New closed-circuit television (CCTV) monitor installed at the pilothouse helm, with camera display switching, and three new CCTV cameras installed.

• A HDView analog camera-to-IP camera converter was installed.

• Yacht Controller brand dual band remote added.

• Garmin 19” chart plotter added.

• Satellite compass added.

• Garmin AIS 800 transceiver Class B/SO/W/GPS installed.

• Garmin GA 38 GPS/GLONASS antenna installed.

• Cllena DC/DC 12 V to 24 boost converter installed.

• Simrad AP70 and AP80 control heads network extension, and A2004 control display.

• VHF radio monopole antenna installed.

• AIS 4.5 DB antenna installed.

• RUPP 8’ antennae extender installed.

• Garmin 17” display installed.

• Reversible motor/non-isolated 12V-24V solenoids installed for steering system.

• Seatronix IND-19T 19” sunlight readable touch screen monitor.

• GMS 10 port expander.

Tender (15’ Novurania)

• A new 24 series Interstate battery installed.

• A new depth sounder and transducer installed.

• Upgrades to the electrical system wiring.

• A new bilge pump and float switch installed.

• A new engine hour meter installed.

• A new fire extinguisher and mount.

• A new outboard motor propeller.


All personal property is excluded unless specifically identified and included in the sale agreement and listing specifications. Personal property refers to all items not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to artwork, furnishings, and recreational or entertainment items. Advertisements, marketing materials, and/or other photography may depict the vessel with personal property, however, such personal property is excluded unless otherwise specifically included as provided herein.


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