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65' Stephens Flybridge Motoryacht

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Boat Name: 65' Stephens Flybridge Motoryacht
Year: 1969
Price: 189000
Located in Wilmington, CA
Hull Material: Aluminum
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel

HEATHER is an aluminum flybridge motor yacht built by Stephens in 1969. She is powered by twin 320hp GM 8V71's offering an 11 knot cruise. She carries 1450 gallons of diesel giving a range of over 1000 miles. AC power is supplied by a Kohler 12.5 KW generator with air conditioning & heat in three staterooms. Naiad stabilizers, complete marine electronics, Boston Whaler and more makes HEATHER a great value in a quality built classic.

Additional Specs, Equipment And Information:

Boat Name

65' Stephens Flybridge Motoryacht

Engines

Total Power: 640HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: GM
Engine Model: GM
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 320 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: GM
Engine Model: GM
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 320 HP

Cruising Speed: 11 knots
Maximum Speed: 15 knots

Beam

15.67 ft

Tanks

Water Tanks: (450 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (1450 Gallons)

Accommodations

Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2

Specs

Builder: Stephens Marine
Designer: Stephens Marine

Accommodations

Main salon décor is of natural finished mahogany paneling and woodwork.  Coffee table converts into dining table for six, sofa with matching arm chair, two occasional chairs, floor lamp, two end tables and table lamp.  All floor covering, furniture, window treatments and lamp shades redecorated in 1997.  Quasar 26" color TV/VCR with remote, channel master solid state AM/FM multiplex receiver, CDE player and Cruiseair air conditioning unit. The galley is located down and forward to port with access to the engine room.

Master stateroom is located aft of the vessel with a double berth, custom bedding and cedar lined drawer storage under the berth, 2 extra-large hanging lockers, natural finish mahogany cabinetry, joiner work, trim and molding, dressing table with large mirror, large bureau, Cruiseair air conditioning unit.  The private master bath is starboard with porcelain sink, stainless steel fixtures, formica vanity top and shower stall with glass door enclosure.

The guest stateroom is located port side with two single berths, cedar lined drawers and under berth locker storage, large hanging lockers and also Cruiseair air conditioning unit.  The guest bath is located portside aft with porcelain sink, stainless steel fixtures, formica vanity and shower stall with glass enclosure.  To starboard is a den/study and laundry washer and dryer.

Forward is the crew berth which has two single berths port side, two hanging lockers, below berth stowage, one single berth starboard side with large hanging locker and drawers below and Cruisair air conditioning unit.  Crew bath is port side with sink, shower compartment with curtain, over/under formica vanity storage.


Galley

Galley located forward and down from main salon and was remodeled in 1994.  Floor covering 1997, wall covering 1998. 

  • Jenaire electric cooktop
  • Creda convection oven
  • Kenmore microwave oven with exhaust fan
  • Large sink with garbage disposal
  • Full size GE refrigerator with ice maker
  • Toaster oven
  • Electric coffee maker
  • Stowage under sole

Electrical

  • (2) Kohler 12.5 kw generators
  • Palmer 5kw generator belt driving off port main engine
  • Voltage generator shore 12V, 32V, 110V, 220V
  • (8) 8V batteries, (4) 12V batteries
  • (3) Electric windshield wipers
  • (2) Heavy duty electric shore ties
  • (2) Silicon diode battery chargers
  • (3) Cruiseair air conditioning condensers w/associated pumps
  • Electric air compressor
  • Maxima desalinator
  • 500 gallon Osmosis watermaker
  • Jabsco saltwater pump driving off port main engine
  • AC fuel filters
  • Simplex sea strainers
  • GE transformer for shore power

Electronics and Navigation

  • Cetrek autopilot
  • Furuno WX FAX 208A
  • Magnavox MX 4102 Sat Nav
  • Furuno radar 803D 36 with mile alarm
  • Polaris Regency direction finder
  • Micrologic ML 320 Loran C
  • Spherical Ritchie 6" and 3" compasses
  • Navigation lights
  • Apelco AE275 MA SSB radio
  • Standard Horizon VHF radio
  • Panasonic VHF radio
  • Realistic TRC 418 CB transceiver with PA
  • Datamarine 2720 RD digital flasher
  • Datamarine 2700 digital flasher
  • Raytheon DE 735-A recorder

Deck and Hull

  • Ideal electric vertical windlass/wildcat with foot switch winches
  • Danforth 655
  • Forfjord #6
  • Bault 80#, adequate 320' 3/8" chain, 300' 3/4" nylon for 2 rodes
  • (6) Pole overhead fish pole racks
  • Large counter with 15 cu. ft. freezer below
  • Large forward facing settee with vinyl cushions, canvas cover and storage
  • Table
  • Tackle lockers
  • (6) Aluminum and vinyl folding deck chairs
  • Anglers Special outriggers
  • NAIAD fin stabilizers Model #252
  • Aluminum deck plates
  • Bilge manifold
  • Stainless steel silencers
  • Fuel oil transfer manifold
  • Miscellaneous tools

Fishing Equipment

  • Self-bailing fish deck
  • (1) Fight chair
  • Natural finish teak cutting table
  • Stainless steel in-deck freezer
  • Aluminum in-deck bait tank (3-scoop)
  • Natural finished teak accommodation ladder
  • (4) Spare propellers
  • (4) Pole stands
  • Deck lights
  • Transom door
  • (2) In-bulwark trawling sockets
  • Natural teak and aluminum full width swim step
  • Aluminum storm covers for cabin forward windows

Flybridge

  • Full engine control console with trachometers, rudder angle indicator, helm depth meter (digital), compass and radios
  • Large bench with vinyl upholstered cushion
  • Marmac engine control, 32V 10" model 733 remote operated searchlight
  • Single aluminum davit with electric power hoist and stainless steel cable
  • Fog bell
  • ARC Class "B" EPIRB
  • 13'4" Boston Whaler S/N ZC2099 with new 40hp 4-stroke Honda engine
  • Goodrich 6-man S/N R04

Wheelhouse

  • Sliding side and aft windows
  • Navigators station
  • Various sailing publications and charts
  • 7x50 Binoculars
  • Fuel and water tank level panel
  • Cruisair air conditioning unit
  • Coxswain chair
  • Sea temp gauge
  • Full engine control and monitoring panel
  • Large cloth upholstered settee/pilot berth
  • Pioneer AM/FM cassette player with 2 speakers
  • (2) Electric fans
  • Time & Tide ships clocks with bells
  • Tim & Tide ships barometer
  • Engine lube oil, water, drive-oil, bilge and fire alarm panel
  • Builder blue prints

Construction

Marine grade aluminum construction V-bottom with round bilge, teak over aluminum plate decks.  Mahogany houses and rail caps.  34" x 30" blade bronze propellers with 1 7/8" stainless shafts.  Spade aluminum rudders.  Aluminum integral tanks. 


Remarks

HEATHER is an aluminum flybridge motor yacht built by Stephens in 1969. She is powered by twin 320hp GM 8V71's offering an 11 knot cruise. She carries 1450 gallons of diesel giving a range of over 1000 miles. AC power is supplied by a Kohler 12.5 KW generator with air conditioning & heat in three staterooms. Naiad stabilizers, complete marine electronics, Boston Whaler and more makes HEATHER a great value in a quality built classic.


Exclusions

All personal gear; loose items; galley gear; CD's; charts; fishing equipment; tools; spare parts; supplies & items not specifically listed on equipment list specifications sheet.


Disclaimer

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.

Contact Richard Nathanson for additional information and your viewing appointment at 310-430-1769 (cell)  or 949-675-8092 (office).


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