This MacGregor 65 cruising yacht is fast and fun whether sailing shorthanded, offshore cruising or day sailing. This is a sports yacht with a light and airy interior that is easy to maintain yet it has all the equipment for cruising. A diesel generator, water maker, bow thruster, heating and a high electronic specification. For the price this is a great opportunity.
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Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Nombre del barco
Bandera del barco: Portugal
Forma del casco: Otro
GROUND TACKLE 2 anchors Chain and warp Harken Electric windlass
SAFETY EQUIPMENT Liferaft (last serviced 2012) Flares (expire 2017) 12 life jackets Fire blanket & fire extinguishers
GENERAL EQUIPMENT Searchlight Horn Three manual and Four electric bilge pump Navigation lights Guardwires, pulpit and pushpit Davits Passarelle Bimini Sun Awning Dinghy, Searanger 3.10m, 2013 Outboard, Parson 2.5hp, 2012 Warps, fenders and boathooks Cutlery, crockery and utensils Radio/CD/Cassette
MACGREGOR 65 Designed and built in 1993 by MacGregor Corporation of California to ABS standards
CONSTRUCTION Hull, deck and superstructure in GRP Keel Type: wing, fin Full length hull stringers Two watertight bulkheads Bulkhead aft of chain-locker and Bulkhead forward of engine room Diesel and water tanks are “built-in” fiberglass for additional floatation protection and multiple custom baffles installed in water-tank. Diesel-tank has baffles Hull is hand laid fiberglass, with automated two-part epoxy mixture application Last antifouled June 2012 Spanish registration Lista 7
SLEEPS EIGHT GUESTS IN THREE CABINS PLUS SALOON Up forward there is a guest cabin which has a V-shaped double berth, a good sized settee and plenty of storage space. The settee can be used as an extra berth. The en-suite toilet compartment can also be reached via the saloon. The spacious saloon area has an L-shaped seating area to starboard with a settee opposite with a large folding dining table. Both seating areas can be used as extra berths for deliveries and long passages. Aft of this is the navigation area to starboard and the galley to port, which gives access to the master cabin. The master cabin aft has a queen size double bed, sofa and plenty of starage space. This cabin also has an en-suite head compartment with toilet, sink and shower. The crew cabin aft does have one berth which can be used when yacht is not fully loaded. The second berth has been removed to make space for a generator.
2 Marine Airconditioning units Cabin heating
Galley equipped with 4 burner stove with oven, Vitroceramic (new) Microwave oven Fridge with ice tray Freezer boxes Double sink Plenty of storage space