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  • Model 430 DS
  • Year 2012
  • LOA 43ft/13m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Sail Drive
  • Layout Centre Cockpit
  • Berths 6
  • Cabins 3
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 32943
  • Name Top Secret


Nordship 430 DS built in 2012 - Flagship of the Nordship deck-saloon range, a quality passage-making yacht for those looking to cruise in comfort and luxury. Attention to detail and sensibly laid out, above and below decks - from a separate 'crew well' away from your guests to the opulent Mahogany furniture and panoramic views from the deck-saloon. Fitted with a high spec including in-mast furling, electric furling jib, Elvstrom EPEX sails, electric winch, electric throttle control. bow thruster, Eberspacher heating and full Raymarine electronics including two chartplotters, radar, AIS and autopilot. Please contact Ancasta Plymouth for further information and viewing arrangements.


Built in 2012 by Nordship Yachts ApS,
Designed by Lars Buchwald
CE Certification: A Ocean

GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Hand laminated hull and deck with sandwich construction for strength and insulation
Bottom of hull is solid laminate reinforced with a galvanised steel frame for strength and rigidity
Teak side decks, cockpit sole, cockpit seats and bathing platform
Solid teak toe rail
Wheel steering, leather covered
Balanced GRP spade rudder
Lead bulb keel
Spacious cockpit for 6/8 persons with separate 'crew well' aft with mounted pedestal and where all the lines run and the helmsman sits

Last antifouled: March 18

LOA: 13.25m / 43'6"
LWL: 11.30m / 37'1"
DRAFT: 2.00m / 6'7"
BEAM: 4.10m / 13'5"
DISPL: 14,070 kgs / 31,019 lbs
*All figures are approximate


Fractional Sloop Rig
In-mast furling
Mainsheet traveller located between cockpit and crew well on bridge deck
Self-tacking jib
Furlex 300E electric furling jib
Detachable inner forestay
Selden aluminium deck stepped mast supported by a steel compression tube from the deck to the keel
Selden aluminium boom
Two sets swept-back spreaders
Easylock MIDI clutches
Selden mechanical backstay adjuster
Selden detachable aluminium bowsprit
4 x lines lead back from mast to cockpit through stainless steel tubes in the superstructure

Anderson #46 ST two-speed electric primary winch
Andersen #46 ST two-speed secondary winch
Andersen #40 ST two-speed halyard winch at mast

Elvstrom EPEX in-mast furling fully-battened main sail (2012)
Elvstrom EPEX self-tacking jib (2012),
New Elvstrom EPEX self-tacking jib (2016).
Elvstrom furling gennaker (2012)



Three double cabins, one forward and one aft and the third can be found below the deck saloon seating.

A well-equipped passage galley (forward), two heads (the aft with a separate shower), a large forward facing chart-table and of course, a wonderfully light and spacious deck saloon with panoramic views.

There is also a secondary 'evening-saloon' or 'snug' towards the aft cabin.

The stowage is endless and there is also a systems room leading off from the aft cabin with access to the heating system, battery charger, etc. The cabin is fitted out with mahogany and the craftsmanship is of the highest Scandinavian standard.

The galley has twin stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurised water, a cooker with oven, grill and two burners. There is also a fridge and a separate 42 litre freezer, a microwave oven and plenty of storage space throughout.

Top quality mahogany in Matt finish varnish
Alcantara upholstery throughout
LED lighting throughout.
Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware
Panelled doors and locker doors with solid frames
Floors in matt varnished teak on ply with inlaid bright stripes
Ceiling cover in white leatherette with mahogany inserts
Curtains /blinds to all side windows and skylights
Eberspacher 10kw hot water heating system with outlets and temperature controls in each cabin.


Volvo Penta D-2 75HP
Approx. 650 hours to date
Serviced annually
Brunton 3 bladed feathering auto-prop (anode replaced March 18)
Electric throttle control
Sidepower variable bow thruster

12 volt system with 100 AH starter battery and 3 X 100 AH auxiliary/general use batteries
Electrical control panel with gauge for water, fuel and waste tank and a 12 volt socket
220 volt shore connection with 50 AH charger and 3 x 220 volt sockets
220 volt heating of hot water
Watt and Sea Hydro generator
Victron energy battery charger
Hydromax fuel cell

1 x 380 litre stainless steel fuel tank
2 x 250 litre stainless steel freshwater tanks
1 x 90 litre waste tank with vacuum drain

Pressurised water system with hot and cold water
Hot water prepared by engine and shore connection
Electric pump for shower drain
Electric and manual pumps for the bilge


Raymarine VHF Ray 240E with additional handset in cockpit
Raymarine I70 wind system
Raymarine E14 chart plotter with radar (chart table)
Raymarine E12 chart plotter with radar (cockpit)
Raymarine Depth / Speed / Wind instruments
Raymarine SPX 10 Pilot Gyro ST and rudder feedback with P70 display (auto-pilot)
Raymarine autopilot remote control
AIS receive and transmit
Navtex ICS
Steering compass
Mast head tri-colour and deck level navigation lights

Lofrans electric windlass
Stainless steel anchor + chain

Ocean Safety Charter ISO 9650, 6-person liferaft
2 x Ocean Safety horseshoe life buoys
Inflatable danbuoy
Jack stays
4 x harness points in cockpit
Fire extinguishers (various)
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and guard rail with wire and side gates
Stainless steel grab rails mounted on deck saloon roof
Electric and manual bilge pumps

Complete cockpit enclosure
Wheel/pedestal cover
Electric saltwater hose and spray in bow locker
Cockpit hot water shower
6 x stainless steel integrated mooring cleats
Stainless steel bathing ladder
2 x Dorade ventilators
2 x teak seats on pushpit

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