General Description

Pride of ownership shows through out this desirable example of The Pacific Mariner 65 Upgraded Granite counter tops. New head liners and valances! This 3 stateroom beauty also includes a crewquarters aft. The engine room sparkles really well cared for Captain proffesionally maintained. New davit will lift the tender with ease. Keeping her on the swim platform enables tons of room up top for entertaining. All the wood work throughout is perfect. Tons of storage. 

 Marketed as a fully equipped, turnkey yacht with options, the affordable price of the Pacific Mariner 65 was the result of old-fashioned production efficiency; producing the same boat over and over cuts costs. She was built in the state of Washington on a low-deadrise modified-V hull with generous beam, cored hullsides,naiad stabilizers, and a solid fiberglass bottom. The Pacific Mariner's pilothouse profile is on the conservative side, and a generous sized swim platform— her three-stateroom interior is spacious and quite 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 lavish full-beam master suite includes a king-size bed (as well as a tub in the adjoining head), and both guest staterooms have private head access. The engineroom and crew quarters are reached via a hatch in the cockpit sole. Note that in 2003 (beginning with hull #37), an upgraded “SE” version incorporates a series of subtle design revisions. A good performer with 800hp Cat diesels, the Pacific Mariner will cruise at 22 knots and reach 26–27 knots top

Length ............................. 64'11" Beam.................................. 17'3" Draft..................................... 4'9" Weight........................... 69,000# Fuel ...........................1,100 gals. Water ...........................285 gals. Waste...........................110 gals. Waste......................................... Hull Type ...................Modified-V Deadrise Aft ..........................10°

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