450 SPORT | Center Console
Boating meets sport meets art with the Nor-Tech 450 Sport. The sleek, sweeping lines of this machine are just the start of watching heads turn. The clean, streamlined construction make this 45-foot boat look even bigger. Add quad or quint Mercury motors, and the power will magnetize you to hop on board. In fact, everyone will want to be aboard the 450 Sport, and there’s plenty of room and luxurious creature comforts — including a wraparound sofa and wetbar. As with every Nor-Tech, the 450 Sport is put through a rigorous sea trial to ensure quality control.
- Length: 45′
- Beam: 12′
- Weight: 22000 lbs
- Fuel 460 gal
Fast thrill — it’s in our DNA
If you could drive a sports car on the water, this would be it.
The Nor-Tech 450 Sport has handling that will make your sportscar envious and quad or quint Mercury motors to appease your need for speed. Adding quints would give you acceleration that will have your adrenaline pumping. It’s no doubt the 450 has Nor-Tech’s Hi-Performance DNA.
Elegance meets performance
The 450 Sports the pinnacle of center consoles and the epitome of the Nor-Tech lifestyle. While the construction is sporty, the amenities are all luxury. Lounge on the hand-stitched bench in the bow and stern or the sofa in the salon. Grab a drink from the wetbar. This boat will shine ever so brightly while entertaining; however, it’s also a full-functioning multi-purpose boat, with ample stowage that includes everything from an entertainment center with a cold-plate cooler to insulated fish boxes. Amenities, including a full shower, enclosed head, cabin and helm air conditioner, berth and a premium marine sound system, will have guests begging to stay.
Meticulous about the details
The details start from the very beginning: The hull is pulled from a handcrafted mold and is laid with fiberglass and Kevlar. The fabric is hand-stitched and foam is hand-carved. Stainless screws are tightened to 90 degree angles. Rigging is neatly organized. The paint lines are hand-pulled. Care is taken at every level, until the captain takes control of the vessel.