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65’ Pacific Mariner Pilothouse

by Schelleen Rathkopf

65’ Pacific Mariner Pilothouse
If you’ve ever considered a liveaboard situation on a spectacular yacht in the popular Ballard neighborhood in Seattle, then this 65’ Pacific Mariner Pilothouse may just be the perfect fit. She’s in exceptionally good shape and already positioned in a secure, full-time liveaboard slip in a small marina on the canal just west of the Ballard Locks. In her position at the marina, one can literally drive a car right up to her, making this living situation easily accessible. At just $519,000, she is less expensive than buying a home in this neighborhood, and when it’s cruising time, there’s need to pack!

She is meticulously maintained with twin Detroit Diesel engines and a nicely upgraded pilothouse. The motoryacht has three double staterooms and three enclosed heads with showers and a tub. She offers all the bells and whistles at the helm and is designed to be owner operated; but if you want crew, there are quarters for three.

65’ Pacific Mariner Pilothouse specsBoarding her is easy with a large swim platform complete with a transom gate that opens into an extended and fully enclosed aft deck. She offers the perfect blend of elegant and casual, with custom teak cabinetry, comfortable built-ins, and plenty of storage. She features designer carpet, custom window coverings, custom oversized sofa, alcove-mounted stereo speakers, game table with side chairs, and an upgraded custom teak entertainment center with a mounted flat screen TV. She’s fully decked out with DDEC electronic controls, block heaters, bow thruster, and more.

With a cruising speed in the 20-knot range, this yacht offers luxury, performance and reliability when motoring. With a spacious salon, galley, and outdoor living space, she will also be a wonderful home and is a must-see if you want a turn-key liveaboard lifestyle. Pacific Mariner Yachts, founded in 1996 by the Edson family, is now owned by the Westport Yacht Company.

To find out more, visit boyntonyachts.com.

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