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65' Moonen Flush Deck Motoryacht

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Boat Name: 65' Moonen Flush Deck Motoryacht
Year: 1990
Price: 695000
Located in Coronado, CA
Hull Material: Steel
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel

First in Class!  PAMACEA offers the most well-kept of vessels with the finest pedigree from a Holland shipyard. Proven and tidy, if you seek a truly capable ocean passagemaker, PAMACEA will delight!  Never chartered and bottom paint applied every year. Boasting 3500 range, a full-height engine room which provides walk-around access to her twin engines, a separate workshop space and a well stocked chandlery of parts and spares, PAMACEA is ready to loosen lines and set out today!  Her lovely Mahogany interior features single level living with a modern open plan living space and plenty of light and height. There is the huge salon, a centrally located galley, two pilot stations and three lovely staterooms each with ensuite head and shower, plus day head.  All oceans capable, PAMACEA will provide limitless cruising possibilities!  LLC owned. Coveted View Slip could be available with the purchase of PAMACEA.

Additional Specs, Equipment And Information:

Boat Name

65' Moonen Flush Deck Motoryacht

Engines

Total Power: 584HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Engine Model: Volvo Penta
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 3340
Engine Power: 292 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Engine Model: Volvo Penta
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 3340
Engine Power: 292 HP

Cruising Speed: 8.5 knots
Maximum Speed: 10 knots

Beam

17.58 ft

Tanks

Water Tanks: (600 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (2990 Gallons)
Black Water Tanks: (215 Gallons)

Accommodations

Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 4

Specs

Builder: Moonen Shipyard, Netherlands

Accommodations

The master stateroom is forward down a flight of stairs from the pilothouse and features a large queen sized island berth running fore and aft for maximum comfort while underway. There are sufficient lockers and drawers for clothing and other personal effects. The master stateroom provides a comfortable and reclusive area to read or sleep. This stateroom is elegant with a perfect blend of rich mahogany and ivory hull ceilings outboard. There are portlights outboard and an overhead hatch with privacy shade and screen. The port side hanging locker has a mirror. There is a storage area under the master bed.

The master connects to a large head and shower to port which includes a fresh water pneumatic toilet, bidet, sink, a separate shower stall with door and heated towel rack. The master head also has an opening portlight. The hallway includes a linen cabinet as well as the Miele clothes washing machine and connects all three staterooms.

PAMACEA has two comfortable guest cabins aft of the master that are outboard on either side of the centerline hallway. The port stateroom has two single berths with lockers and drawers and connect to a head and shower forward. The starboard stateroom features a queen-sized berth with an ensuite head and shower. Both guest cabins have three (3) opening portlights. There are hanging lockers and drawers for clothing storage.


Salon

Enter the salon through a large double panel with sliding glass entry. To port is an L-shaped sofa with custom drawer storage beneath. An adjustable table with fold down leaves allows for coffee table mode or expansive dining. The starboard side is a bank of cabinets with substantial locker door storage and a television lift. The salon has impressive headroom and the entire interior is carpeted. The mahogany woodwork has a rich dark luster.

At the aft end of the salon there is a stairwell that leads to a day head, workshop and access to the engine room. The private day head is located at the base of the stairs and includes a toilet and sink and opening portlight.


Galley

Airy and spacious galley located forward of the salon and aft of the pilothouse. There are five Ostrich covered bar stools so you can dine on the counter or keep the chef company while the meal is being prepared. Opposite the galley is a liquor cabinet and cocktail/wine glass storage cabinet.

  • Miele 4-burner electric cook top
  • Miele oven
  • Miele stand up refrigerator top / freezer bottom with sliding bin shelves
  • Sharp microwave oven
  • Miele full size dishwasher
  • Opening windows starboard and port
  • White Corian counter tops
  • Overhead lockers and under counter drawers
  • Mug and plate compartmentalized storage drawer
  • Large built-in sink includes a small cleaning basin

Electrical

  • Onan 16 kW generator
  • Onan 6.5 kW generator
  • Orion 24-12 DC converter
  • Atlas Ultra 12 KVA frequency converter
  • Victron 3000-watt inverter with battery charger
  • Skylla 100-amp battery charger, 24V DC
  • Victron 70-amp battery charger, 24V DC 
  • (10) 235-amp hour 12VDC batteries for house installed in covered storage lockers - Powerstride (new in 2015)
  • Battery select levers with emergency switches
  • (2) 50’ 50-amp shore power cord
  • Shore power connections on aft deck

Electronics and Navigation

  • Sea Rocq stabilizer control (pilothouse & flybridge)
  • Waco engine controls for mains (pilothouse & flybridge)
  • Raytheon RC630 color chart plotter with C Map electronic charts (pilothouse)
  • Raytheon 620 black-white plotter with C Map electronic charts (flybridge)
  • NavTEX 4 plus weather reporter (pilothouse)
  • KVH G6 satellite television with auto seeking gyro (flybridge)
  • Cetrek 555 electric compass (pilothouse & flybridge)
  • Cetrek 727 Autopilot (pilothouse & flybridge)
  • Cetrek 305 rudder position indicator (pilothouse & flybridge)
  • Bow thruster control (pilothouse & flybridge)
  • Plath 12” compass (flybridge)
  • VDO wind direction and wind speed (pilothouse)
  • VDO sum log (pilothouse)
  • Skanti VHF radio (4) stations - pilothouse, flybridge, salon and master (pilothouse & flybridge)
  • Speco hailer on master (flybridge)
  • ICOM ICM700 single sideband radio (150 watt) (pilothouse)
  • Hagenuk 800 Single sideband radio (1,000 watt) (pilothouse)
  • Koden MD-375ID 48 mile radar – open array antenna (pilothouse)
  • Koden MD-3030 24 mile radar, open antenna (flybridge)
  • Meteostar 2000 barograph with alarm (pilothouse)
  • Single trumpet air horn with auto fog and siren (flybridge)
  • Windlass anchor chain counter (pilothouse & flybridge)
  • Raytheon L470 fish finder (flybridge)
  • Ships paging station (pilothouse, flybridge, staterooms, engine, workshop) (pilothouse & flybridge)
  • Anchor wash control (pilothouse & flybridge)

Entertainment

  • Samsung 42” plasma television in main salon connected to satellite receiver
  • Magnavox LCD television (flat screen) with satellite receiver in master stateroom
  • Sony DVD player in saloon
  • Stereo system (cassette and radio) in staterooms and on flybridge

Flybridge and Boat Deck

  • Teak decks (flybridge, main deck, swim platform)
  • Tall Venturi wind screen
  • Stainless frame Bimini top with oyster canvas cover
  • Interior access from pilothouse to flybridge
  • Todd helm chair on centerline
  • Stainless steel destroyer wheel
  • Comfortable built in bench seating
  • Stereo speakers
  • Built in sink (hot/cold)
  • Engel refrigeration
  • Flag halyards
  • Cramm hydraulic rotating dinghy crane – 1,500 pound (700 KG) lift capacity
  • Yacht quality fairing and finish on the hull. Smoothed to one meter below the waterline
  • Round hull shape underwater
  • Protective grills on bow thruster tube
  • Pocket anchor arrangement on starboard bow
  • Teak decking on swim platform
  • Folding swim ladder with teak steps
  • Passerelle boarding ramp
  • Single sideband antenna from bow to mast
  • Oyster mesh covers for pilothouse windscreen
  • Francis Marine hydraulic windlass
  • Manson 220 pound (100 KG) stainless steel anchor
  • 350’ (115 M) of 16MM stainless steel chain for primary rode
  • CQR 110 lb. (50KG) spare anchor (in chain locker)
  • Hatch access on deck to chain locker (divided chain locker)
  • Sampson post on foredeck
  • Ships bell on foredeck
  • Fender storage racks on foredeck
  • (2) Cramm hydraulic warping winches on aft deck – outboard on each side
  • Cockpit hawse openings with bollards
  • Built-in seating along aft cockpit bulkhead
  • Teak table and folding chairs on aft cockpit
  • Stainless steel ensign flag staff mounted on transom
  • Global Fix 406 EPIRB
  • USCG safety equipment

Additional

The following additional equipment is offered free with the yacht; these items are not registered or current in their certification and prospective buyers are advised items will need servicing at buyer's expense. These items are not in any way warranted by sellers; they are included at no charge with the vessel.

  • 8-man Liferaft
  • Ships Tender w/ outboard
  • 1200 gpd Temkon reverse osmosis Watermaker

Engine Room and Work Shop

The engine room is located below the main salon and is accessed through a water tight door at the front of the work shop. This area is extremely well laid out, with 6’5” headroom and easy to move around in. It is a pleasure to conduct engine room inspections and you have convenient access to all of the important machinery.

The twin Volvo’s are installed in such a way to allow service access on all sides and have stainless steel safety railings surrounding them. The Onan 16 kW generator is installed to port and the Onan 6.5kW generator is aft to starboard. The dimensions of this space are 17' x 14' with 6'8" headroom.  This is an engine room designed to excel on long passages.

Work shop space includes several built-in power tools and plenty of counter space.  There are opening portlights for ventilation and an impressive bank of drawers and storage areas for tools and an incredible number of spare parts.  The Atlas converter is also located here.

  • Drill press
  • Grinder
  • Vice
  • Storage lockers
  • Pneumatic tool hoses
  • Extensive spare parts inventory
  • Opening port light
  • Miele clothes dryer

Engine and Mechanical

  • Twin Volvo Penta TAMD 71A 292 HP main engines with Twin Disc 507 gear boxes
  • Gear boxes (3:1 reduction) have a separate oil lube pump so that you can cruise with one engine at a time
  • Both propeller shafts have lubricating oil reservoirs to fill shaft tubes for smooth and cool rotation
  • 4-blade propellers (28” diameter)
  • Oil change system with used oil tank
  • Racor fuel filtration system
  • Fuel manifold with transfer and filtering between tanks - transfer pump with Racor filter
  • Day tank for diesel fuel supply
  • Two (2) Sea chests for raw water intake cooling
  • Four (4) mild steel fuel tanks (3 storage, 1 day tank)
  • Central hydraulic system with redundant power take offs on each engine powering crane on boat deck, hydraulic steering, bow thruster, windlass on foredeck, cockpit warping winches
  • Hydraulic tank
  • Crane has independent electric hydraulic pump for operation when mains off
  • Onan 16 kW generator
  • Onan 6.5 kW generator
  • Sea Rocq active fin stabilization by Koopnautic including hydraulic oil reservoir
  • Engine room Halon fire suppression system
  • Engine room ventilation with thermostat control including (2) large intake fans
  • Extensive bilge pump system (5 zones) including 24V DC pump
  • Cramm 35 HP hydraulic bow thruster with controls in pilothouse and on flybridge.
  • Frigoboat with Barco multi-zoneair conditioning with two compressors – salon, workshop and all staterooms
  • Ebershapcher diesel heating – 140,000 BTU
  • Air compressor pump for use of Microphor heads and pneumatic tools (24V DC)
  • House bank and engine/generator start batteries (24V DC)

About the Builder

"IF IT AIN'T DUTCH, IT AIN'T MUCH …"  This well known slogan is somewhat un-Dutch in its boastfulness. However, while the Dutch are known for being modest folk in general, the premium quality of Holland’s superyacht industry is recognized the world over. And that is something the ship builders at Moonen are also proud of!   Moonen Shipyards is one of the world’s foremost builders of motoryachts between 65 and 150 ft. Located in the medieval Dutch town of Den Bosch (‘s-Hertogenbosch), the first yacht to be built by what is today called the Moonen yard was launched in 1963. Gaining a reputation for quality and service, Moonen soon grew in sophistication and expanded its client base first across continental Europe and then much further afield – in fact to wherever connoisseurs of fine yachting reside. 

Her elegant lines are crafted in a robust steel with graceful aluminum superstructure. PAMACEA is a coveted model, one of three of the Moonen 65's built.  She was built for discerning owners in the Netherlands who cruised the yacht throughout Europe. Her current (second) owners found her in Europe and purchased her after a global search for an ocean capable vessel with a firm pedigree. Impeccably kept, PAMACEA has cruised the Atlantic, Caribbean and transited the Canal with her current owners.  They report she is a joy to live aboard and as stout and elegant a home as any voyagers could wish for.


Remarks

First in Class!  PAMACEA offers the most well-kept of vessels with the finest pedigree from a Holland shipyard. Proven and tidy, if you seek a truly capable ocean passagemaker, PAMACEA will delight!  Never chartered and bottom paint applied every year.

Boasting 3500 range, a full-height engine room which provides walk-around access to her twin engines, a separate workshop space and a well stocked chandlery of parts and spares, PAMACEA is ready to loosen lines and set out today!  Her lovely Mahogany interior features single level living with a modern open plan living space and plenty of light and height. There is the huge salon, a centrally located galley, two pilot stations and three lovely staterooms each with ensuite head and shower.  All oceans capable, PAMACEA will provide limitless cruising possibilities!  LLC owned.

Coveted view slip could be available with the purchase of PAMACEA.


Exclusions

All personal gear; loose items; CD's; 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 Martha Comfort at 206-499-0910 (cell) or Chuck Hovey Yachts at 949-675-8092 for additional information and your viewing appointment.  COVETED VIEW SLIP COULD BE AVAILABLE WITH SALE.


Contact Chuck Hovey Yachts, Inc..

Chuck Hovey Yachts, Inc.
717 Lido Park Drive, Suite A
Newport Beach, CA 92663 United States
Tel 949-675-8092
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