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North Pacific Yachts 38′ Sedan Launched

Computer Rendering of the new North Pacific Yachts 38' Sedan

Computer Rendering of the new North Pacific Yachts 38' Sedan

North Pacific Yachts confirmed to OceanLines today that, with the signing of a formal purchase order by the first customer, it has officially launched its NP 38′ Sedan yacht.  Trevor Brice, who heads up NPY, said he hopes to be able to deliver the first hull by the end of this year.  The 38′ Sedan marks the fourth model in the NP line; the others include the 28′, 39′, and 43′, all pilothouse models.

North Pacific Yachts 38' Sedan Single Stateroom Layout

North Pacific Yachts 38' Sedan Single Stateroom Layout

The first 38′ Sedan will be delivered with the standard single stateroom, although a second stateroom is an option.  The single-level deckhouse allows for good, 360 degree visibility.  The salon measures 16′ long and features teak joinery.  The sidewalks alongside the house are protected by overhangs and bulwarks.  The boat features a standard flybridge and like all North Pacific Yachts includes a long list of standard equipment that would typically be optional on other brands.

North Pacific Yachts 38' Sedan Two Stateroom Optional Layout

North Pacific Yachts 38' Sedan Two Stateroom Optional Layout

The LOA of the hull is 40′, with a 12′ – 7″ beam and 4′ – 5″ draft.  The 38′ Sedan will carry 350 gallons of fuel and 200 gallons of water.  The standard engine is a Cummins QSB-230 and the boat has a standard bow thruster, 3000 Watt inverter/charger, a hydronic heating system, oil changer, dual Racor fuel filters, raw and freshwater washdowns and windlass and anchor.

North Pacific Yachts Logo

North Pacific Yachts Logo

The NP 38′ Sedan, with all the equipment described above, is priced at $269,000 (U.S.).  OceanLines will have more coverage of the new 38′ Sedan from North Pacific in upcoming articles.  If you’d like more information on the new yacht, you can download the brochure here or visit the North Pacific Yachts website.

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Posted by Tom in Boats