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2003 65 (ft.) Ocean Yachts Odyssey Motor Yacht

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General Information

Listing# 99926

Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Odyssey Motor Yacht
65 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Number of Engines
Engine Hours

General Details

Without peer, M/Y Breathless is the finest Ocean Yachts 65 Odyssey in service and is the ultimate example of the Sportfish Hull Cruiser style of motor yacht popularized by Ocean, Hatteras, Viking and Riviera Yachts. This highly customized vessel has undergone a $300K+ refit and has been shipyard maintained with only 880 Engine hours


Total Power: 900 Cruising Speed: 25 Max Speed: 30
Fuel: 1100 Fresh Water: 350
Without peer, M/Y Breathless is the finest Ocean Yachts 65 Odyssey in service and is the ultimate example of the Sportfish Hull Cruiser style of motor yacht popularized by Ocean, Hatteras, Viking and Riviera yachts... This highly customized vessel has undergone a $300K+ refit and has been shipyard maintained with only 880 Engine hours. Sleeps 10 in 4 SR's. M/Y Breathless is the only 65 Odyssey in service with an open salon floor plan concept and fishability with 2 lightweight fighting chairs (sailfish chairs) on a custom 6' swim platform.
This vessel sleeps 10 owners/guests in 4 staterooms. Master stateroom and VIP stateroom both have private ensuite head and shower.
Simrad AP22 Autopilot, Furuno 72 mile Radar, Furuno gp-36 DGPS GPS, Garmin 3210 primary GPS chart plotter with XM Weather, Standard Horizon secondary GPS chart plotter/VHF, Icom IC-M700 SSB Radio, Icom M-502 VHF Radio, Track Four SATNAV, Raymarine Speed and Distance, RCC-100 Spotlight with Remote, Vetus Bow Thruster Controls.
62,000-BTU Cruisair zoned A/C system.
Deck and Hull
Windlass Rub rail Handrail Bow rail Horn Bow pulpit Life ring Life jacket Anchor Forward Deck Sun lounge Buoy Port light Navigation light Bow light Mooring cleat Coast Guard safety package Capstan (2) Dockside cable winders.
Battery condition gauge Battery charger Alternator (2)Generators Electrical bonding system Battery bank DC Electrical system AC Electrical system Dockside power Trim Tab control Circuit breaker Engine room light Voltage meter Panel Lighting system Dockside switch Dockside electrical cable.
Mechanical Equipment
Muffler Fuel filter Emergency engine stop Engine room sound insulation Engine hour meter Bilge blower Oil pressure alarm Fire alarm Engine temperature alarm Air induction Alternator Holding tank Engine synchronizer Stabilizer Oil transfer system Freshwater cooling system Fuel management system Fire control system Engine control Bow thruster Fuel pump Fuel transfer system Engine cooling system Exhaust blower Engine mount Water tank level gauge Stuffing box Water pump Sump pump Insulation Fuel separator First aid kit Exhaust system Engine block heater High water alarm Fuel tank Start/Stop switch Bilge pump Oil filter.
Additional Equipment
Rear steering station w/electronics controls.
A meticulous custom refit of such a vessel can only be achieved by: (1) an obsessed owner with an open pocketbook (2) an experienced owner patient enough to spend 1+ years refitting (3) a close relationship with a highly skilled shipyard that has previously performed a major refit for the same owner
Salon Comparison
There is no comparison. The standard 65 Odyssey salon was completely gutted and turned into an open concept with a kitchen counter bar and Full-sized kitchen appliances. Wood flooring with correct placement of an upgraded 50" Plasma TV was meticulously executed. Note that standard Odyssey salon layouts (similar to many builders) position a 42" plasma on the bulkhead wall that divides the salon from the kitchen while the salon seating is oriented to face starboard. ie. On a standard 65 Odyssey, one needs to turn their head 90 degrees to the left to watch TV from the salon sofa.
Helm Comparison
The standard Odyssey helm is made from a cheap looking plastic/corian. A custom wood/teak helm was crafted for M/Y Breathless with properly arranged electronics. Please note the 4 additional lcd screens (identified with blue tape) and the silver DVR off to the left. Cameras aimed at the salon, engine room, aft cockpit and swim platform (for docking) feed the lcd screens and also the DVR. The DVR may be set up with an internet connection to feed live images over the Web.
Flybridge Comparison
M/Y Breathless underwent an approximate 2' flybridge extension. The original unusable 4' flybridge overhang in a standard Odyssey is now a large functional 6'2" long sunpad area that easily accommodates 4 individuals along with an adjoining L-shaped seating area that can seat an additional 3-4 people. The flybridge is now a prime gathering area underway as opposed to unused empty space. In addition, the raised sunpad was constructed with compartments for easily accessible bumper and rope storage.
Swim Platform Comparison
A custom 6' Swim Platform was engineered to allow installation of 2 lightweight fighting chairs (sailfish chairs) and spare room exists on the port side for a future livewell/baitprep install for light fishing duty. Removable stainless steel hand railings were installed to retain full use of the dingy garage. The custom swim platform was thru-bolted to the top of the transom and 5 struts were made connecting the end of the platform stringers to the bottom of the transom. ie. This swim platform will easily support a tank or knock out a piling. Also, note the 2 Seavision metal halide underwater lights located in the trim tab pockets.
Cockpit Comparison
The cockpit of a standard 65 Odyssey is EXTREMELY cramped. The position of the standard aft cockpit seating and cockpit table means any seating placed forward of the table will block port/starboard movement in the cockpit and access to the engine room. A custom seating solution was executed where the aft cockpit seating was reconstructed to protrude slightly over the swim platform area. This allows the aft seating to be pushed further aft by about 2' which allowed the cockpit table (custom teak and larger than standard) to also be pushed aft about 2' which now allows you to put seating forward of the table while retaining a comfortable walkway port/starboard and to the engine room. Also, standard 65 Odyssey's do NOT have any cleats located in the cockpit which is a major safety concern. M/Y Breathless has a custom Hawse Pipe/Cleat setup in each corner of the cockpit (notice the black dock line entering the port corner hawse pipe). A cockpit sink and refrigerator has also been added.
Port Stateroom Comparison
A standard Odyssey is equipped with 2 twin beds sleeping 2. M/Y Breathless has unique customizable sleeping accommodations allowing for 4 twin mattresses in the "2 bunks" configuration sleeping 4 or 2 queen size mattresses when the "2 bunks" are brought together creating a queen size mattress above with space below for another queen size mattress.
Laundry Room/4th Stateroom Comparison
The starboard laundry room was converted to a twin bunk setup "captain's quarters" with direct access to a new stackable washer and dryer. 2 portholes and a TV were added to this room.
Misc. Noteworthy Upgrades
1) 2 Portholes were added on each side of M/Y Breathless to allow natural lighting and fresh air in the lower level. The 2 sets of portholes when opened allow for a nice cross breeze. The portholes on the port side are located in the Master SR. Standard Odyssey Master SR's have NO source for natural lighting or fresh air. 2) 1,000 lb davit and 2 jetskis (Kawasaki 1200 STX-R and Yamaha VX Cruiser included. Both approx 50 hours) 3) Engine sea strainers were installed 4) 4 infrared cameras were installed in the salon, engine room, aft cockpit and swim platform that feed to monitors in the helm and to a DVR (which can broadcast to the internet). 5) The A/V system was completely upgraded with premium surround sound and 8 televisions (6 flat panels) 6) A custom Standard Horizon intercom system allowing communication between the helm/cockpit/swim platform. 7) Cockpit sink and refrigerator were installed 8) 2 Seavision Underwater Metal Halide Transom Lights 9) Blue Imtra LED lighting on the flybridge and cockpit 10) Custom interior rope lighting and colored LED lighting 11) Custom cockpit haws pipe/cleat arrangement. 12) Backing plates added to all cleats 13) Custom cockpit teak floating flooring allowing water drainage. 14) Recent Non-skid applied to deck 15) New 23kW Kohler 23EOZD starboard generator (16 hours) 16) 3 A/C handlers replaced 17) V-Kool window treatments of all windows. 18) New Hi performance AGM Batteries with 3-year replacement guarantee 19) Just Waxed 20) New Bottom Paint
(1) 15kW Westerbeke aa198 (1) 23kW Kohler 23EOZD starboard generator - New with 35 hours
Length overall including the pulpit and the extended swim platform is 74 feet.
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.
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