The Pacific Mariner 65's broad windows invite the horizon into a spacious pilot house where full instrumentation and a complete electronics package reside in easy view. Sliding doors open to port and starboard decks, and teak stairs ascend to the flybridge. The intelligently equipped galley features full-sized appliances that include a side-by-side refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, range with oven, trash compactor, and disposal. In the master suite, a king-size walkaround bed is covered in designer linens. The guest stateroom offers twin berths and its own Audio and Video entertainment package. Creature comforts in each of the staterooms include cedar-lined, lighted, hanging lockers, individual room temperature controls, reading and accent lighting, and opening portlights with screens. Reigning above it all is a comfortable and spacious flybridge designed for easy entertainment alongside a fully equipped helm station.
The "Scandalous" just received a complete 1,000 Hour major service on her 60 Series Detroit/MTU Diesels in January 2023. In 2021 & 2022 she had an interior refit of soft goods, headliners, galley appliances, flooring and more at $60,000. The Nautical Structures Davit was completely rebuilt in August of 2022 at $19,000.
Of note, the "Scandalous" has the very desirable option of having A/C on the Flybridge, accomplished by using two A/C Chillers, both of which were NEW in 2018, and both Chillers were just removed from the vessel and sent out to be updated to 2023 specs at $12,000 + NOTE - Having 2 A/C Chillers is usually a retro-fit done on PM 65s used in Southern waters, Most PM 65s were delivered with only 1 A/C Chiller as standard equipment when sold new.
This Pacific Mariner is in beautiful "turn key" condition, and ready to take her new owner cruising!
|LOA||65' (19.81 meters)|
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Growing up and living on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay near Annapolis, gave Marc Thomas his passion for boats and all things relating to them. Besides the Chesapeake, Marc has cruised the waters of the East Coast from Nova Scotia to the Bahamas. He has owned more than a dozen boats and he is very familiar with both traditional and modern construction methods. Marc transitioned into Yacht Sales and Brokerage in 1991 after managing a commercial real estate investment and development business. He knew this change would create new and exciting opportunities and also be a great way to meet interesting people from all walks of life. His many years of new yacht sales and brokerage experience have given him a broad range of product knowledge. This includes most everything from large Yachts and Sport Fisherman to Trawlers, with a few cruising Sailboats thrown in the mix as well.