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2003 65 (ft.) WESTERLY Point West Yachts 65

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General Information

Listing# 26598

Unknown, Trinidad and Tobago
Boat Type
Model Year
Racers and Cruisers
Dick Young/Wylie
Point West Yachts 65
65 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Number of Engines
Engine Hours

General Details

Serious, high tech 3 stateroom world cruiser with full hydraulics. Designed for fast world cruising by just two people in safety & comfort. Equipped with every available cruising option. U.S. built.



Total Power: 140 Cruising Speed: 7.5
Fuel: 200 Fresh Water: 200
Builder Information
America's Cup boat builder, Westerly Marine, founded in 1970, is located in Santa Ana, California and is an industry leader in advanced composite construction. Westerly specializes in the 40 to 100 foot range and produced both sail and power designs for world cruising and racing. They have earned an international reputation of producing light, strong, fast designs for the America's Cup, Big Boat Series, Kenwood Cup, SORC, plus numerous other international venues.
HULL: Core cell sandwich on a male mold laminated with epoxy impregnated glass fabric, reinforced with carbon fiber in high load areas, vacuum bagged and post cured in an oven. DECK: Balsa core sandwich construction with carbon fiber laminates in high strength areas, solid laminates at deck penetrations, winch bases, hatches.
Interior joiner work and cabinetry is satin finished American cherry with teak and holly sole. There are accommodations for six guests in three cabins. The owners stateroom is very light and airy with queen sized bed and en suite head and stall shower. Guest cabins include VIP stateroom to starboard with queen size berth and en suite head and separate stall shower shared with the port guest cabin. The port cabin has generous upper and lower single berths.
Master Stateroom
Queen berth
VIP Stateroom
Queen berth
Guest Stateroom
Over/under berths
Nav area and main salon
Engine and Mechanical
Main engine is Yanmar 140 hp, six-cylinder, four-stroke marine diesel engine with 4500 hours Max Prop 24" 3-blade feathering prop Reversing gear box Marine Air reverse cycle with a control unit in each compartment Max Power 24-volt electro hydraulic retractable bow thruster (3) Vacuflush fresh water heads with Y-valves Sea Recovery 800-gallon per day reverse osmosis watermaker (3) Black water holding tanks with deck and overcharge discharge Sentry tankwatch alarms for each black water holding tank
Electrical System
The electrical system allows you to plug into shore power on both sides of the Atlantic. POINT BLUE's high voltage equipment can use both 60 or 50 cycles. There is a 220V and 110V shore power connection. 220V and 110V AC systems, 60 / 50 Hz 12V and 24V DC system Fischer Panda 12 kW generator Gel cell batteries McCarron 75-amp battery charger Balmar 13-amp, 24-volt alternator on main engine 220V or 110V shore power cables Prosine inverter charger
Technautic 24V fridge/freezer Broadwater stainless steel 4-burner stove with oven Fisher & Paykel dishwasher Dual stainless steel sinks Uniline icemaker GE microwave oven Filtered drinking water Granite counter tops Full dinnerware service
Laundry Room
Miele washer and dryer
Communication Equipment
Lexmar color printer/scanner/copier ICOM M802 SSB/VHF radio ICOM M602 VHF radio ICOM hand-held VHF radio Horizon VHF radio in cockpit KVH Tracphone satellite communications system
Navigation Equipment
Furuno Navnet plotter/36-mile radar Furuno Navnet plotter/radar repeater in cockpit Furuno GIS/WAAS Navigator Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra autopilot Brooks & Gatehouse analogue wind direction in cockpit Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra 2000 MFD (2) Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra 2000 MFD in cockpit Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra autopilot control    
Entertainment Equipment
Samsung LCD flat panel TV in salon RCA flat panel TV in owner's cabin RCA DVD player in owner's cabin (3) CD players (in each cabin) Bose surround sound audio system Magnavox DVD player in salon Onkyo stereo in main salon and cockpit
Caribe 11' console hard bottom inflatable tender Yamaha 25 hp, 4-stroke outboard engine
Deck Equipment
Lewmar 3000 hydraulic anchor windlass Lewmar deck hatches and port lights Danforth anchor with chain and rope rode Hydraulically powered fold-down swim platform Twin helm stations Carbon fiber folding gangway with teak Deck awning from shrouds to backstay Mosquito screens and shades Two antenna masts aft Canvas dodger on stainless steel frame
Sails and Rigging
Sloop rigged with Navtec discontinuous rod rigging, a 95% self-tacking jib and a full battened main set on a Forespar Leisure Furl hydraulic boom. Under normal conditions, setting and striking sails involves pushing buttons and tacking the boat is not more complicated than turning the wheel. Ballenger Spars three spreader aluminum mast Navtec discontinuous rod rigging Harken hydraulic furler for the jib Harken winches 1 x #48 2-speed manual utility mast 1 x #48 2-speed hydraulic main halyard / spinnaker halyard 1 x #56 2-speed hydraulic mainsheet 1 x #56 2-speed hydraulic utility cockpit 2 x #64 2-speed hydraulic primaries 2 x #32 2-speed manual traveler Asymmetrical cruising chute in nylon with sock 95% self-tacking jib Fully battened main set on a Forespare Leisure Furl hydraulic boom All sails are by North Sails Spinlock rope clutches Navtec hydraulic boom vang & backstay rams Forespar carbon fiber telescoping spinnaker pole Harken foot and turning blocks FGR running rigging
Safety and Fire Protection
Lifesling MOB retrieval system Windslow six-person life raft in valise Halon engine room fire extinguishing system 3 x portable fire extinguishers
Serious long-range sailing yacht built in the USA for the world-wide, short-handed cruising. This very fast yacht offers accommodations for six guests in three spacious staterooms. Built by Westerly Marine in California, POINT BLUE was designed by Dick Young Design and Thomas Wylie.
A complete list of exclusions is available upon request
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.