It is likely the N78 was designed to capture those Med market buyers who want less speed but more miles. In the process, long range and a more comfortable boat is achieved along with great economy.
Also available in reverse sloping pilothouse windows, achieving an ever greater salier look but not giving an inch in terms of functionality or space. A small rear tender and a fabulous leisure deck sporting a flybridge as well as massive accommodation for crew, staff, owners and guests. The N78 is small enough to allow mooring in some of the more seductive and smaller harbors in the Med. A very tempting proposition and we thoroughly recommend buyers seek out a Nordhavn representative to talk this proposition through in detail.
The N78 will serve to fulfill the needs of the class of boater who wants the proven ocean-crossing capabilities of a Nordhavn combined with the sleek lines comprised by typical European-style yachts.
“This design will appeal to a whole faction of clientele who tend not to prefer the traditional expedition-type look of a Nordhavn,” says PAE’s vice president, Jim Leishman. “The N78 will evoke a contemporary European feel without losing the dynamic of being a Nordhavn.”