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Noteworthy is a fine family yacht with three generous stateroom, each with ensuite head and shower, plus a fourth sleeping area for two crew.
Protected in a boat house, and babied by her current owners, freshly detailed and waxed, and with all service up to date, ensuring a reliable cruising season.
Efficient to run, she is smooth and stable, and comes fully equipped with stabilizers, water maker, a full suite of electronics, full size galley appliances, and a stand up engine room.
Presenting a 2006 Pacific Mariner 65 Pilothouse Motoryacht. Conceived by designers and builders whose goal it was to create an affordable, reliable, well-engineered family cruising yacht. She is as versatile as she is comfortable, and will run at displacement speeds for extended trips, or open the throttles to over 20 knots to cover miles on long weekend trips.
This William Garden hull design combined with Westport’s construction and engineering, delivers unparalleled performance in a properly executed yacht with spacious living spaces, generous storage, and thoughtful systems and installations.
Exterior design and interior arrangement by Gregory Marshall, offering the timeless appeal of traditional styling with a crisp, contemporary flair, and a functional, intuitive layout that utilizes every inch of space.
She can comfortably accommodate six owners and guests in a three-cabin, three-head layout, (plus a small crew cabin).
Board from the dock to a generous swim platform with stainless steel staples for security, then up steps to the port side of the cockpit.
The cockpit has steps up on port and starboard to the side and fore decks, and a ladder up to the boat deck.
From the cockpit, enter the salon through large sliding glass door. Here is a broad lounging and dining area flooded with natural light, comfortable seating, and cabinetry. Then forward and slightly to starboard up four gently sloped stairs to the galley and pilothouse.
The galley is to port, with a bank of storage cabinets to starboard, then the fully integrated pilothouse designed so operator and guests can be fully engaged with each other.
From the pilothouse, up stairs to the fully enclosed flybridge with optional hard top. More space for lounging, BBQing, or of course, operating from the fully functional upper helm station.
Down from the pilothouse to the accommodations foyer, which leads to three staterooms, each with its own private head. The owner’s cabin is aft, the VIP guest cabin is forward and the third guest bunk cabin is to port.
Down broad steps from the starboard side of the pilothouse to the accommodations foyer with the owners cabin aft, the VIP guest cabin forward, and a second guest cabin to port. Each with abundant storage, including cedar-lined closets, and each with their own private head and shower.
The owners cabin is midships, and is the full beam of the boat with a king size bed, side tables, a full size vanity / desk, and plenty of storage in numerous drawers, shelves and lockers, including two hanging lockers, and drawers under the berth.
The owners’ private head is spacious and features a very large shower stall.
VIP Guest Cabin
The VIP Guest Cabin is forward with a walk-around queen size berth. Storage in a large hanging locker, and numerous drawers and other lockers.
Natural light and ventilation in an overhead hatch and two opening portlilghts.
VIP Guest Head
Private head to the forward cabin with Corian counter top, under-mount sink, mirrored cabinets, and cabinet under vanity.
Port Guest Cabin
The port guest cabin has two twin berths, hanging locker, storage cubby, drawers under berths, and opening portlight.
A third bunk folds down from the inboard bulkhead, making a fun private space for kids and their friends.
Port Guest Head
The port guest head has two access doors; one for private entry from the port cabin, and one for guest entry from the accommodations foyer. This allows day guests to use the head without entering a sleeping cabin.
Crew Quarters and Utility Room
Down steps from the cockpit is access to the crew quarters, utility room and engine room.
The salon is wrapped in large windows including a full-beam, full-height, stainless steel framed glass door and window aft.
Plush L-shaped furniture-quality settee to port with thick upholstery. Power hi-lo table with sliding top for guests to easily move about the settee. Two custom upholstered occasional chairs to starboard, a wet bar and entertainment centre forward.
Wet bar forward to port in the forward cabinetry with U-Line wine fridge, U-Line ice maker, stainless steel sink, custom crystal stemware locker.
Entertainment cabinet centre with 42” LED TV, home theatre surround sound speaker system with sub woofer, satellite TV, DVD player, Apple TV.
The galley is up four wide and gently sloped steps up from the salon. To starboard is a buffet cabinetry in cherry wood storing dish and service ware. Elegant china original from Pacific Mariner is included.
To port is the U-shaped galley with sufficient room for two. Ample counter space for prepping and ample storage for galley ware, provisions, and small appliances.
The finish is cherry cabinetry, with a blue Corian counter top and teak and holly sole.
All galley appliances are finished in stainless steel.
The pilothouse and the galley are adjacent, separated by a dinette with a long table which expands with an insert converting it to another proper sized dining table.
Port and starboard sliding doors to the side decks with easy access to the foredeck, sun pad, and starboard wing station. This design improves visibility, operator confidence, convenience and safety when coming to a dock. And importantly; quick access from the pilothouse to reset lines and fenders if needed.
Two Stidd helm seats oversee the operational centre of the lower helm station with a full array of ship controls, engine controls and monitors, and the array of navigation and communication equipment. Chart table with map light and bank of drawers to port.
The Stidd seats swing around to face the table and join guests when needed. These have been re-upholstered, and are as-new.
Board the boat from the dock to a wide and safe swim platform with three removable staples, and a stainless steel grab bar the length of the transom.
The cockpit is fully enclosed with openings port, starboard, and aft. Decks are teak clad, in superb condition. Built-in settee along the transom with thick upholstery, facing a large teak table with polished stainless steel legs and a high gloss varnish, protected with a vinyl cover.
Crew can walk up and down the side decks between the cockpit and the foredeck with confidence in the tall stainless steel railing with three intermediate lifelines. And a stainless steel grab rail running the length.
Broad foredeck with sunpad and stainless steel handrails
The flybridge has the enviable option of the factory hard top with ceiling lights and Barrett full enclosure with sliders for the aft door panel and the side panels.
Two Stidd helm seats with excellent access to the engine controls, helm controls and navigation equipment. These Stidds have also been re-covered, and are as-new.
L-shaped settee to starboard with storage under, and to port, a built-in electric BBQ grill with side shelf and beverage refrigerator below.
New overhead hatch in flybridge hard top.
Just aft of the flybridge enclosure is the boat deck with tender, crane, hatch with ladder to cockpit, and deck space. The tender is mounted on removable stainless steel chocks that when removed, neatly stow.
Additional railings, stowed when the tender is mounted, can then be put in place to secure the boat deck for additional lounging, in the numerous folding chairs on board
The tender is touted by the owner as “the world’s greatest 14’ RIB!”. It is mounted on removable stainless steel chocks on the boat deck. Has seating for five, and is great for exploring, swimming, fishing, crabbing and even water skiing.
AC and DC power services the vessel through circuit breaker panels with appropriate voltage and ampere gauges.
AC power is provided by 240/120V 50Amp shore connection, by either of two generator sets, and, for lighter 120VAC loads, by a 4,000 Watt inverter, powered by the house bank of batteries.
240/120VAC power is distributed through a circuit breaker protected panel with appropriate volt and Amp gauges, and switches for fore and aft shore selection and shore and ship power.
24/12VDC power is distributed through circuit breaker protected panels, one for 24VDC and the second for 12VDC, both with volt and Amp gauges. There are two banks of batteries; the house bank for onboard systems, and a dedicated start bank for engine and genset starting; both with dedicated charging systems.
At sea, the batteries are charged by engine or generator driven alternators and while at a dock, by the inverters and chargers via shorepower.
Down a stairway from the cockpit through the utility room / crew quarters to the engine room and machinery space. Motive power is provided by a pair of 825 hp Detroit Diesel Series 60 engines, with approximately 1,700 original hours.
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.
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