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2010 North Pacific 43 Pilothouse.

Seabrook, Texas


Searching for great loop vessel? A fantastic liveaboard? Or simply something to do some extensive cruising without breaking the bank? You just found it!

a proven Great Looper owned by a very knowledgeable owner who has spared no expense in both preparing Dashaway to make the Great loop and cruise the Bahamas but making sure she was always ready to go on the next leg of their journeys.

For those planning to do the loop, the Air draft is 21'6" all up, 18' With Anchor and Nav light lowered, and 13' with Arch pivoted.

Ready to go right now for the new owners. Don’t delay, call today for more details, to arrange for a tour or to make an offer.

You will not be dissapointed…  

Basic Boat Info

Make: North Pacific
Model: 43 Pilothouse.
Year: 2010
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: YDO43048B910
Has Hull ID: Yes


Length: 43 ft
Length Overall: 45'8 ft
Waterline Length: 38'3 ft
Beam: 12'7 ft
Max Draft: 4'5 ft
Dry Weight: 31000 lb
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Cummins
  • Model: QSB 5.9
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 230hp
  • Type: Inboard


Fuel Tank Capacity: 400 gal
Water Tank Capacity: 340 gal
Holding Tank Capacity: 50 gal


Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Pilothouse, Motor Yachts


Doug Hughes
The listing Broker for this vessel is Doug Hughes, CPYB. He can be reached directly on his cell phone at 832-561-3344 or email for any additional information, to arrange a tour or to make an offer.
Sea Lake Yachts LLC


Sea Lake Yachts LLC
Watergate Yachting Center - Pier 3
Kemah, TX, US, 77565

Additional Equipment and Electonics
  • 2010 North Pacific 43 Pilothouse. Salon features starboard settee, portside chair. Adjustable height salon table with side extensions. Entertainment center starboard, storage cabinet portside. Cellular shades on all windows.
  • Single engine; Cummins QSB 5.9 230 HP with approximately 5000 hours. Updated SMX raw water pump (Seaboard Marine)
  • Four blade prop with Line cutter . PSS dripless shaft seal.
  • SeaStar hydraulic steering with Teleflex reservoir
  • Fuel tankage; two fiberglass diesel with nominal  200 Gallons capacity each, 400 gallons total
  • Water tankage; two fiberglass with nominal 170 gallons capacity each, total 340 Gallons
  • Seagull IV drinking water purification system
  • Holding tank, fiberglass with nominal 50 gallon capacity. Macerator pump for overboard discharge where permitted
  • TECMA freshwater flush electric toilet
  • TankTender water and fuel  tank level / gauge system
  • Dual Racor  75/500 MAX filters with vacuum gauge : on-the-fly switchable manifold
  • Spares:
    • Spare ready to go raw water pump for propulsion engine
    • Spare fresh water pump for propulsion engine
    • Spare ready to go raw water pump for generator
    • Spare rebuilt alternator ready to go  for propulsion
    • Spare Tecma toilet pump/macerator
    • Raw water strainer baskets for aircon, genset, propulsion engine
  • Electric Oil change system, servicing generator and propulsion engine
  • Two Raymarine E120 multifunction displays in Pilot House
  • Raymarine camera, rear facing. Mounted on radar arch displaying in pilothouse on E120
  • AIS, send and Receive
  • NEBO auto tracking unit
  • Raymarine E80 multifunction display on flybridge
  • Raymarine digital radar mounted on Seaview folding mount .
  • Two water depth display systems. One with in hull transducer, one with thru-hull transducer
  • Guest Spotlight rooftop mounted with flybridge and pilothouse controls
  • Rear deck cockpit shower, hot and cold water.
  • 12 gallon Raritan hot water heater.
  • 9KW Northern Lights generator
  • Hurricane Hydronic Heating system. Three zones with thermostats and dedicated air handlers. Radiators in Lazarrette and engine room
  • Autopilot, Raymarine St 70
  • VHF Radios
    • Pilothouse. With hailer and auto fog sound function. Raymarine
    • Flybridge, Garmin
  • Victron 3000 watt inverter / charger. Installed November 2021
  • Hubbell Isolation transformer
  • All headliner replaced September 2001. LED overhead lamps all locations
  • Force 10 three burner electric stove and oven, new January 2022
  • Microwave, new September 2021
  • Vitrifrigo refrigerator / freezer
  • Splendide washer / vented dryer unit
  • Fusion stereo with speakers in salon and pilothouse. Television sound routed through stereo.
  • Televisions.
    • Salon
    • Mid Cabin
    • Pilothouse
  • TV antenna. UFOX digital with signal amplifier
  • Removable flexible screen door on salon
  • Removable flexible screen door for pilothouse
  • Two reverse cycle air conditioner split gas systems. 16 K BTU compressor/ Condenser unit serving two 8K BTU air handlers ( sleeping cabins and salon).  16K BTU unit serving airhandler 16K BTU for Pilothouse and galley / salon area
  • Fans- Caframo Bora, 3 speed; Pilothouse, forward cabin, mid cabin
  • Dinghy. Highfield. New 2020. With Tohatsu 15 HP new 2020
  • Vetus Bow and stern thrusters (95kgf). Controls at flybridge and pilothouse
  • VetusAlexander III anchor windlass. Footswitch controls on bow deck and additional  controls at flybridge and pilothouse.
  • Rocna Vulcan 22KG anchor and approximately 200 FT chain
  • Claw anchor 20 KG and chain lead with three strand rode
  • On deck pressure anchor washdown. Seawater and fresh water plumbed.
  • New thruster battery  (8D AGM) December 2023
  • Three 8D AGM house batteries
  • One HD AGM battery main propulsion  engine
  • Smartplug 50 amp power inlet and cord
  • Additional 50 amp power cord
  • Three electric bilge pumps
  • One manual bilge pump
  • Flybridge venturi screens replaced August 2023
  • Pilothouse instrument console covered in UltraLeather SEptember 2023.
  • Compound and Waxed May 2024




Master Stateroom: The forward master stateroom is very spacious with a ceiling over 7' high. It features a large island bed with a custom mattress by HML and two individual reading lights along with two halogen ceiling lights. There is a large storage space under the mattress, four drawers, and two hanging lockers.

Guest Stateroom: On the port side is a spacious guest stateroom with a comfortable bed and two large drawers underneath. The bed is furnished with a  foam mattresses with FROILI sleep system and two reading lights. A hanging locker on the forward wall and two bookshelves as well as two drawers under the bed provide storage. 

Forward Accommodation: Down the stairs at the forward most part of the salon is a hall and access to the forward accommodations. The hall floor is composed of three removable hatches that allow for access to the 50GAL fiberglass holding tank, bilge pump, macerator pump, shower sump pump, sea/fresh water wash down pump and all of the pipes and hoses running fore and aft.


By making the walkway to the bow from the stern above the salon we were able to build the salon walls nearly to the edge of the hull, maximizing the useful living space, while not loosing the ability to get around the boat. Nine windows give lots of light and allow for a nice panoramic view. The salon is almost 11' long and 11'8" wide with a ceiling height of 6'5" making it equivalent to many 55' yachts.

On the starboard side there is a comfortable settee.  There is storage space underneath the entire length of the settee, as well as a cabinet at the forward end with an entertainment system.  The salon is well-lit with ample halogen lighting and reading lights in the corners. The light on the teak gives the salon a very warm, dry and comfortable feeling.

There is a large amount of counter space for food preparation.  There are four drawers, one large cabinet with two adjustable shelves, another large cabinet under the sink with two fixed shelves and a small cabinet above the stove for storing spices.


The pilothouse is critically important to comfortable travel in bad conditions and was designed so the North Pacific 43 could be piloted confidently with an unobstructed view. Halogen lights, light up a comfortable captain's seat in front of a teak steering wheel with hydraulic steering. A bench seat for observers, helps to make long range cruising an enjoyable experience for everyone. Sliding doors on both sides of the pilothouse make access to the bow and fly bridge easy, and at the same time can provide a nice breeze while underway. Morse dual cable engine controls, engine gauges, bow thruster control, windlass control, fuel gauges, water level gauge, horn and electronics making an impressive control center for the yacht.

Fly Bridge

Access to the upper deck of the North Pacific 43 is via a ladder on the port side of the cockpit, or up the stairs on both sides of the pilothouse. The steps on the outside of the pilothouse to the upper deck mean that you can easily access the bow from the stern without walking through the cabin, unlike many pilothouse models. The upper deck is very spacious and there are two large storage lockers that double as seating and a comfortable reversible double helm seat near the front. Engine controls, gauges, bow thruster control, windlass control and gauges on the fly bridge. A folding radar arch above the seating area provides a platform to mount all of the various antennas.

Manufacturer Provided Description

With its solid hull, heavy duty stainless steel fittings, and its spacious, beautifully hand crafted teak interior, the North Pacific 43' Pilothouse is a well-built yacht suitable for comfortable long-range travel even in miserable weather conditions. Not only does the North Pacific 43 offer excellent value, but also good design. We spent 3 years and countless hours ensuring that all equipment was easily accessible and that the useful living and storage areas were maximized on this yacht, from its spacious salon to its extensive upper deck, while never neglecting the minor details that make the difference. The North Pacific 43' can be confidently piloted with an unobstructed view over the high prow from the raised pilothouse, or from the flybridge The NP43 cruises comfortably at 8- 10 knots, produced by the yacht's single 230 hp Cummins diesel engine.

We try but:
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.