NOT FOR SALE TO US CITIZENS WHILE IN US WATERS.
DESTINY has one of the highest volume layouts of any 65' Yacht due to her beam of 19' and wide body layout of her salon, dining room, and galley. While the vessel has not been cruising for quite some time due to her owner's health, there have been upgrades to many systems on the yacht.
Joel Davidson / Outer Reef Yachts
Boarding to her aft deck, there is a choice to descend down a staircase to a very wide cockpit. Alternatively, from the aft deck you enter the main salon which due to the wide body design of the yacht has very substantial volume. To port is a U shaped built in sectional, and to starboard a large bar area.
Moving forward to starboard there is staircase leading down to the master with oversized California King berth, and ensuite head and shower. Forward of the salon and the dining room is an etched glass scene, which separates the salon from the dining area, also to port which is spacious and can comfortably seat six. This area has buffet area with storage aft and forward are very large cabinets with glass doors and a pass through to the very large galley. To starboard as you move forward from the salon and ahead of the staircase to the master is more storage, then an on deck head, and ahead of that is a full walk in pantry. Again, to from the entrance to the salon to forward of the galley where the Wheelhouse is, the volume feels like you are on an 85’ Yacht. The Wheelhouse has a large built in raised seat aft, with center Stidd helm chair. There are port and starboard access doors to the side decks and forward bow area, and the main breaker panel is also located in the wheelhouse.
A staircase leads up to huge flybridge area with U shaped built in seating under a large aluminum and canvas top, grill, and three tenders. Moving forward from the wheelhouse there is stair access to a forward cabin with upper/lower berths to starboard, then a washer/dryer and cabinet storage, and then aft to two equal double berth cabins with ensuite heads.
The engine room is furthest aft in this area down a beautiful hallway with a teak and holly sole.
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.
1850 SE 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316