66′ Grand Harbour Pilothouse – 2009 Lost Contact with owner

Specifications:

Price:
$ 1,199,000.00
Location:
Miami, Florida
Year:
n/a
Length:
66 ft.
Boat Type:
Power
Fuel:
Diesel
Engines:
2
Make:
n/a
Model:
n/a
Boat Name:
n/a

Annual maintenance completed Jan 2017; Engines and generators serviced, new batteries, air conditioning and refrigeration serviced, new wine cooler. New carpet in staterooms. New bimini top and aft deck brow, all new exterior upholstery; blue and tan Sunbrella. All interior lights have been changed to LEDs. Ready to Cruise.

 

Dimensions
LOA: 66 ft 0 in                                  Beam: 17’05”                             Draft: 5′
Engine Brand: Caterpillar                   C-18 Diesels                              Engine hours: 842Cruising Speed: 20 knots                  Maximum Speed: 26 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: (300 Gallons)     Fuel: 1000 gallons

Such a spacious yacht. Beautiful free-standing furnishing which are easily removable through the vessels large stainless steel doors.

This yacht has an international (works on either 50 or 60 cycle systems) electrical system that can be used the USA, the Mediterranean, or anywhere else in the world, and is especially helpful in low voltage areas like the Bahamas. Currently located in Florida this yacht has cruised the Mediterranean.  She has a hidden remote controlled passerelle for stern boarding.  The teak covered back deck is spacious with a bench seat and a large table that seat’s 9 comfortably.  This yacht is made for comfortable entertaining and although heavily air-conditioned, she has many opening portlights and is fresh air friendly.  4 staterooms and 4 heads including crew quarters.

The main salon has a large stainless steel framed sliding door. The most striking feature is the rich warm dark woodwork with satin finish. To starboard is a sectional red leather contemporary couch with chaise to stretch out with your feet up to watch the pop up satellite television. The coffee table is oversized for versatility, and raises and lowers.  That’s MRS Pilothouse King there.

To port is a counter with storage below; including a small wine cooler, electric liquor dispenser, and Bose 38 home theater sound system and television controls for the retractable 37″ Sharp television.

The galley is located directly behind the lower helm station and has stone counter tops. Besides the double stainless sink is a Fisher Pykel dishwasher whic makes clean up an easy task. The refrigerator is home sized for plenty of storage for cruising. Thoughtful design insured that the refrigerator opens forward so that food does not slide off the shelves when underway. Other amenities include a GE microwave, ceramic smooth cook top, and a dispenser for instant hot water and filtered drinking water.

Intelligent design feature is the fact that the helm seat does not go flush against the wall, there’s easy access from both sides, so one can easily step to the starboard door . One can easily see the aft-deck from the helm.

Lower helm

Good visibility is important when underway and the large forward windows give the skipper a great view, and an opening in the galley wall to the rear allows the helmsman to see to the stern as well. Next to the helm is a door to the side deck for easy access and visibility when docking.

Raymarine E120 Navigation system with GPS plotter radar display
Bow and stern thruster controls
Bennett Trim Tab controls
Separate Raymarine digital depth finder
Two Generator start panels with gauges
ACR remote spotlight control
Separate rudder angle indicator
Raymarine autopilot
Maxwell 2200 windlass control with digital chain counter display
Furuno VHF radio
Caterpillar digital engine displays
Electronic engine controls

View to the aft-deck from the lower helm

Electrical panel is right there at eye level. Access to the staterooms

Bonus room. Use either as a guest room or a storage room

The third guest stateroom is definitely small, the double berth takes up the whole cabin but with another fourth cabin or crew cabin aft this makes a great storage room for suitcases and gear when guest are traveling on board or an extra place for children. This could be changed to two single berths if desired.

Huge day head at the foot of the landing immediately in front of the “bonus” room.

Motor Yacht Sales | 2009 66' Grand Harbour | VIP

                                                                                                    VIP Stateroom forward

 

The queen berth is centerline with plentiful storage cabinets, drawers, and hanging locker. There is a flat screen television, CD player, radio and MP3 player entertainment system for listening and watching. Ensuite head with stall shower.

En-suite head for VIP stateroom

 

Master stateroom which is located below the pilothouse area and is full width. Note that the vertical windows on both sides OPEN for ventilation. Not flimsy plastic portlights which are in vogue today on many marques, but stainless steel.

Looking forward in the master stateroom

Vanity in master stateroom

Head for master stateroom

Head in the master

 

Looking aft into the master stateroom. Note the hanging locker to port IS full length although the door is not.

Master Stateroom

The master stateroom is amidships with full beam and three large portholes on each side to allow natural light in the cabin. The same rich dark woods with satin finish are the same as the rest of the yacht and show the high quality carpentry with inlaid woods on door panels and accents. Below the portholes on each side are two counter areas with seats that can be used as a desk or vanity. The centerline king bed is full walk around to both sides with a view to the built in flat screen TV. His and her hanging lockers and multiple storage areas are big enough for extended cruising. The ensuite head with stall shower has teak and holly flooring.

The crew quarters aft which is accessed directly via the transom door. It’s HUGE and very well finished. A washer and separate dryer are located here.

The captains cabin aft

The head in the crew area aft

The walk-in engine room. I would like to point out that I walked in here barefooted and can tell you that the floor of this engine room was as clean as any floor I’ve stepped on anywhere. I mean CLEAN!

Air conditioners are all very nice and tidy. Easily accessed.

What your looking at here is a detail of quality located on the bottom of the fuel tanks. Note the petcock coming from the very bottom of the tank with the hose? At the very bottom of the tank-there’s a trap that collects impurities and a hose that allows it to be drained away. Also the engines suck fuel from the very lowest aft end of the tanks which assures no stagnation of the tanks.  Also note the vertical SIGHT gauge.

The QUIET 4kw generator that comes on for light use draw. No reason to use the big  20 kw generator until it’s needed. 3kw Inverter
Charles Marine International power booster

 

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In addition to the molded steps from the back deck there are interior stairs from the galley area. The upper helm with full instrumentation and navigation displays is center line for better visibility and has a double bench seat. To the starboard side a large U shape bench seat with easy room for six has a table for outdoor meals cooked on the large Jenn Aire grill. Aft to starboard is the davit to pick up the 12′ Caribe rigid bottom inflatable plus a 12 foot Hobie Mirage sailboat along with an Avon 6 person life raft in canister.

The boat has full walk around side decks for easy access to the bow for anchoring and docking. Ground tackle includes Maxwell windlass with 60 kg ultra anchor with 200 feet of chain. All of the cleats are custom for the boat and oversized. Forward on the bow is a double sun pad.

The back deck with full teak covering is spacious with a triangular table for more room when guests have meals and has a long bench aft and chairs to the front sides. Behind the bench is a custom canvas sun shade for protection from the elements and more privacy when backed into a slip. There are two sets of stairs to either side from the back deck to the swim platform from the deck.

Remote engine controls that mount on a bracket on the deck make backing into a slip or landing at a dock easy, especially since there are both bow and stern thrusters.

Access to the flybridge is a set of fiberglass molded steps rather than a ladder.

Engine, Mechanical, Electrical
Inverter 3KW
Charles Marine International power booster
Vac-U-Flush toilets

 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. Not represented as central .agency, posted as convenience for my clients.