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Allied Marine - Stuart
2001 Pacific Mariner 65' Motor Yacht "Lucky Lucky"
The Pacific Mariner 65' was built in Washington State, based on a low rise modified V hull form with a generous beam, cored hull sides and a solid fiberglass bottom. A timeless true raised pilot house layout that works perfectly for a full family or a couple.
The Pacific Mariner 65’ Pilothouse Motor Yacht is a versatile vessel capable of liveaboard, extended cruising, entertaining, and/or just day boating. With her three-cabin layout she has the ability to comfortably sleep 6-8 adults with complete privacy. The large sized aft deck, huge bridge deck, spacious salon, galley/dinette, and large pilothouse allows for various entertainment/privacy accommodations. With the Caterpillar 3406E (800hp.) engines she is capable of a moderate 18-20kt. cruising speeds.
The three stateroom layout is spacious and well appointed. The galley and dinette are forward on the pilothouse level where they're separated from the salon by a built-in entertainment center.
The full beam master stateroom includes a king berth, adjoining head and storage in lockers, drawers and cupboards.
The VIP forward guest stateroom features an island queen, private head, storage in drawers & lockers.
The port side guest stateroom offers twin berths, locker storage, drawers, and a private head that doubles as "day head" for guests.
Engine room & crew quarters are accessed from the cockpit and include a separate washer/dryer, berth, head, freezer, and access to engine room through water tight door.
Recent Upgrades – 2020/2021:
New electronics as of December 2019:
Hours as of October 2021 (approximate)
The Pacific Mariner 65’ MY has a three-cabin layout with the cabins and three heads all on the lower level forward. The interior decor has vinyl hull and headliners, teak veneered paneling/trim, carpeting, wood flooring (at the galley and tile flooring in the heads), Corian type countertops, fabric and/or vinyl upholstery, and window blinds. The forward cabins are accessed via a curved stairway from the pilothouse/deck level on starboard.
Starting at the bow is the forward VIP cabin with queen walkaround berth. The forward cabin has the overhead hatch, a vinyl headliner and hull liner, storage drawers, large hanging locker, two-forward hull side portlights, built in drawer storage, intercom, accent and halogen lights with dimmers, cedar lined hanging locker, stereo system with CD changer, a privacy door to the starboard side head, and a privacy door. The head, which also serves as a guest/day head, offers Corian counters, shower, mirrored vanity with storage, power vent, and a Head Hunter vac-u-flush toilet.
Next aft on the lower level forward is the port side guest cabin with two single berths, stereo system with CD player, BOSE speakers, cedar lined hanging locker, drawer storage, custom cabinet and shelf, accent and halogen lights with dimmers.
Next aft and down the companionway is the full width master stateroom with a king size centerline island berth, his and hers dressers/desks, and a large master head with a full size jacuzzi type tub/ shower, and vac-u-flush toilet. Other amenities include book shelves, 4 opening ports with screens, accent and halogen lights with dimmers, SAT TV DDS receiver, stereo system and privacy curtains.
Up the companionway from the cabin starboard one finds the pilothouse with port and starboard side slider type doors to the side decks. The pilothouse has the main A.C. and D.C. distribution panels, two Stidd swivel captains chairs, an aft dinette with a pedestal table, and aft galley. The Pilothouse offers over 270 degrees of full viewing through windshields and side lights.
The galley consists of custom satin finished teak cabinetry, teak wood flooring, Corian countertop, numerous storage areas, and the stairway to the fly bridge aft. The appliances consist of a GE refrigerator/freezer with ice maker, KitchenAid dishwasher and trash compactor, Thermador four burner stove top/oven and microwave oven, a sink with an electric disposal, large, double stainless steel sinks and a Samsung flat screen TV.
Next aft and down at the cockpit level is the full beam main salon with a port side forward wet bar with sink, large tinted windows, a main salon/entertainment area forward on center, the main A.C. and D.C. distribution panels on starboard aft, large L-shaped seating/sofa area on port aft with a large power operated dining table, and the slider to the cockpit aft. The entertainment system consists of a JVC TV, JVC stereo system, and DirecTV receiver. The cabins all have JVC AM/FM CD players, electric cabin heaters (operated), and Aqua Aire air handlers which operated.
Four easy steps up from salon to the "same level" galley and pilot house are located forward on the starboard side of the salon.
Down from the cockpit bench seat on starboard is the crew cabin with two-berths on starboard, sink, electric head, refrigerated ice box, intercom, Whirlpool washer/dryer, and access door to the engine room forward.
The cockpit of the Pacific Mariner 65’ MY is large in size due to the extended bridge deck and is constructed of FRP with an aluminum framed slider to the main salon forward. The cockpit has the molded FRP bridge deck overhang, lighting, A.C. outlets, Eisinglass enclosure curtains to port, starboard and aft, a large bench seat with access to the engine room and crew cabin below, power dock line winches, port side transom door to the swim platform, Mathers Micro Command engine controls, and bow thruster control.
One located in the flybridge and one in the pilothouse on the centerline of the vessel with an FRP mounted Stidd swivel helm chairs on the bridge and at the pilothouse. The bridge of the Pacific Mariner 65’ MY is huge and is accessed by a port side ladder from the cockpit, and stairway door and a hatch from the pilothouse. The fly bridge helm is located on center forward with Stidd swivel captains type chairs forward, an L-shaped sectional FRP bench
seating area with a pedestal table on starboard at, a starboard side seat, and port side FRP ice maker cabinet with a Miele grill (both operated). Additional features include the radar arch, acrylic venturi windscreen with stainless steel railings, and forward FRP bridge cowl with storage. Nautical Structures davit is mounted on the starboard side aft of the bridge deck.
Engine and Mechanical Systems: