Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Deep Vee
Beam: 19 ft 10 in
Dry Weight: 95000 lbs
Engine Option 1: 2x
The covered aft cockpit is a major highlight. With teak decking, wide seats and dual transom doors that lead to the swim platform, the area was designed with all types of entertaining possibilities in mind.
Additional design highlights include a teak staircase to the flybridge, watertight transom door to lazarette area and an electro-hydraulic dinghy davit. With interiors by the award-winning A La Mer Design, one can expect to find understated elegance and practicality in equal measure. In particular, expect a spacious layout, high-quality carpet on the sole (a Grand Banks first), a gourmet galley and five-star hotel quality finishes throughout. Of course, the 64 Aleutian?s salon is in a class all its own. Its 15 by 13-feet of usable space (matched by six-feet, seven-inches of headroom) means there's space for all, while its curved settee guarantees a comfortable rest. The staterooms provide for private retreat. Separating the two staterooms is a nine-foot square private area that can be used as a sitting room or office. Aft of the common area is the oversized master stateroom complete with head, walk-in shower and cedar-lined, walk-in closet. The guest stateroom features a raised, queen-sized island berth. There's also a full head with separate shower. In all areas, chilled-water air conditioning with individual controls translates into comfortable all-weather cruising.
Twin Caterpillar 3406E 800 BHP
A fuel capacity of 2,000 gallons and a water capacity of 500 gallons means a serious cruiser can plan for long trips with ease. The typical power configuration features twin Caterpillar 3406E 800 HP diesel engines that provide a comfortable cruising speed of 18 knots, and a top speed of over 20 knots.
Flybridge & Helm
The set-back flybridge with its generous seating arrangement, unobstructed visibility and potential to house all sorts of electronic equipment is also high on this yacht?s "plus" list. A visit to the helm is also a treat. Along with a traditional teak wheel, there's a bench settee for guests, a Stidd® helm chair for the captain, and plenty of space for instrumentation and other essentials. For ease of use, lighted steps lead from the helm station to the staterooms below.
Given the size of the craft, its systems require a larger-than-usual engine room. Measuring six by 17-feet and with just under six-feet of headroom, this engine space has what it takes to comfortably and safely cruise long distances.