Re-powered with rugged John Deere 6068 diesel engines that are complimented by sea chests and ships machinery more likely found on a commercial vessel.
This Grand Alaskan was arguably Arthur Defever's best design.This one built in the Tania yard. Large and tough enough to take on the open oceans in safety and comfort, yet you can still get this vessel into every marina with ease.
Access to the huge engine room is also simple and unobtrusive.
Get out on this timeless yacht...with the full covered walk-arounds, the proper Portuguese bridge, and the expansive flybridge.
Active stabilizers, two gensets, air conditioning and reverse cycle heat, hydraulic bow and stern thrusters plus hydraulic windlass are the beginning of a long list of machinery features of this yacht.
State of the art navigation and communication systems virtually all new 2016-2017. Everything above the flybridge except the structure itself virtually new 2016-2017.
Intelligent and exceptional care has been given to this fine vessel.
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The Alaskan 64 is a well-proportioned 3 stateroom layout. Starting farthest forward and moving aft in the vessel:
The starboard side of the main salon has two chairs that swivel on bases, storage along the cabinets behind, in the aft corner, and additional drawers. Blinds on both sides of the main salon and galley provide privacy in the evenings and cut the heat on sunny days. Reverse cycles heating and air conditioning also enhance the enjoyment of your adventures aboard Knot to Worry. The main salon feels like home - comfortable surroundings, a galley with lots of storage, counter space, and a layout that brings everyone together.
The master steps are centerline. The pilot house steps take you to the pilot house with its long observation seating and table. Pilot house doors port and starboard give you access to the side decks.
The galley features granite counters, travertine flooring, expansive storage, new LED lights on a dimmer switch, view of the TV, bar top with 3 stools for entertaining, and pantry storage next to the fridge.
Guests can chat with you while a meal or snacks are being prepared. Everyone gravitates there and to the settee on the aft deck. The main salon table opens and raises for big gatherings and meals. Additional guests like to sit up in the pilot house at that long table as well as the fly bridge tables.
Additional details include:
The master stateroom is located in the most comfortable part of any boat. The mid-ship master offers a large queen berth, lockers on each side, a large closet with separate washer and dryer. Extra storage is here as well.
The master has a set of doors to the engine room (for sound). Access to the centerline walkway between the engines, fuel manifold system and storage outboard to port. General access to the engine room is from the lazzarette hatch on the aft deck.
The VIP stateroom is a centerline berth with drawer storage below, opening portlights on each side of the hull as well as the overhead opening hatch, making the a very comfortable, bright stateroom. Hanging lockers on port and starboard side allow for options to store your hanging items. Additional lockers on each side of the berth to tuck away other clothing items.
There is a large overhead hatch for ventilation and light, as well as 4 portlights (opening with screens) that provide cross breezes when desired. The VIP has a separate entrance to the head.
Next, forward of the master stateroom, the guest stateroom has twin berths situated over-under. These are comfortable for guests, and the cabin offers storage, hanging lockers, and a corner cabinet as well.
The centerline foyer offers access to the master, guest and VIP stateroom. The VIP head is large, offering heated flooring, large shower, and the same excellent stonework as the master stateroom.
The 64 Alaskan is a raised pilothouse, putting you a bit higher on the water for visibility forward versus a flush deck layout. This provides the headroom for cabins below as well. The pilothouse is entered from the main salon near the galley. Port and starboard side deck doors put you on deck for tending lines while docking or heading forward to enjoy the foredeck.
The pilothouse interior features a long settee to port with a table.
Steps to the flybridge are along the starboard side of the PH putting you up top for an even better view. The pilothouse has excellent visibility and navigation suite that is virtually all new and state of the art.
John Deere engine controls, tank tender and gauges, Simrad AP 20 autopilot, closed circuit video camera system, and more give you command of the Alaskan 64 for adventures local or international. The John Deere 6068 engines are presented with both analog panel dials as well as electronic monitoring to give you fuel burn, temps, engine hours, volts and other data. The electronic engine controls also have the ability to provide low speed trolling capability.
Black and gray water tanks
The boat uses 2 gray water tanks (100 gallons each) with a pump located at the helm area. Tank monitoring consists of Tank Tender System, tank level monitors.
Galley Maid Hydraulic Windlass
2 anchors, (60& 90 kg) with 400 ft chain each
Pilot house window defrosters
Electric davit crane
Main engines: twin John Deere 6068 300hp diesels, 2200 hrs
Twin Disc Marine Gears
PTO hydraulic pump off Starboard engine.
32 kW Kohler Genset with hydraulic auxiliary PTO pump and remote start panel
12 kW Northern Lights Genset with remote start panel.
Racor filters all around
Sea chest for raw water distribution, port and starboard.
American Bow Thruster- variable hydraulic bow and stern thrusters.
Gyro-Gale Quad Fin Stabilizers with new Quad Fin shafts, bearings and seals 2015.
Magnum Magna-Sine 3000 watt inverter/charger 2016
Mastervolt Chargemaster 12/35-3 2016
Prosport charger 2016
Lifeline 16L AGM Batteries (8ea) 2016
Automatic Charger Relay 2016
Conditioning Transformers 2016
New Cutlass bearings, shaft seals and props tuned 2017
Bottom peeled and 2 coats anti-fouling 2017
Single Garmin XD 48 mi radar 2016
Nobletec Time Zero Navigation 2015, with solid state computer and 19" Nauticomp Screen
Garmin GPS map 7616 XSV Chart plotter (2 ea) with Radar display and overlay, downview and side view. 2016
Garmin GPS map 7616 at fly bridge. 2016
Garmin GP20 Multi display (3ea) 2016
Garmin Echomap SV 9" screen in cockpit overhead cabinet. 2017
ICOM VHF M506 VHF with AIS at helm and flybridge. 2016
Digital antennas (4ea) 2016
Simrad AP20 Autopilot with remote at flybridge
NEMA 2000 system. 2016
KVH 5 TV Satellite Tracking Dome. 2015
Loudhailer fore and aft
Wi-Fi boost antenea
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.
2201 Skyline Way
Anacortes, WA 98221