This 64 Grand Alaskan is a capable passagemaker for just about anywhere. She is unique to other GA 64's due to her factory upper deck and flybridge extension allowing a larger boat deck area and weather protection in the cockpit. Over $130,000 spent on upgrades and improvements in the last 3 years. Her 3000 hr engine service was recently performed on the mains and full service on both generators. Some of the recent upgrades include new stern thruster, full electronics, stabilizer service, fresh varnish, Intellion Sat TV system, professional interior design, battery chargers and new Yacht Controller System just to name a few. This 64 GA is in exceptional condition and is ready for cruising.
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Easy access to the cockpit from the integrated stairs from the swim platform with gate doors port and starboard. Port and Starboard walkways allowing effortless access around the deck. The aft deck is equipped with a optional built-in seating arrangement with storage below. Sunbrella cushions and freshly varnished custom oval teak table compliment the seating and dining arrangement.The cockpit on this 64 Grand Alaskan provides two more feet compared to the 60 GA and includes a cabinet and wet bar to port. The custom upper deck extension provides protection from the elements.
On the same level forward from the aft deck through two large double doors is the spacious salon. The salon is light and bright due to all the large windows and headroom. To Port there is a custom L shaped sofa with storage below, granite topped end table, and a high low teak table for dining. To starboard you will find a custom teak cabinet bar with granite counter top, a sidebar dispenser for liquor, sink and liquor storage. This is conveniently located just inside the salon to starboard to allow easy servicing to the aft deck as well. In addition, a teak cabinet with lighting is located above the bar and cabinet area.
Forward of the cabinet are two barrel chairs and a matching stool. Forward and starboard is a custom designed entertainment cabinet. A new 40" flat screen TV with Yamaha surround sound is mounted above this cabinet. A SAT TV system completes the entertainment system. Forward to starboard is a day head with a black granite counter top and fresh water head. Special attention was paid to add soundproofing below the carpeted area in the salon for noise reduction, all window treatments are substantially upgraded including the custom Hunter Douglas shades. All overhead lighting has been converted to LED. Dimmers and special provisions were made for additional controls for lighting between the salon and galley. At additional expense all of the interior teak trim in the windows had rounded corners for a more finished look. The interior of this vessel was custom decorated by a well known interior designer from Savannah. All soft goods and indoor/outdoor carpeting in salon, wool carpet in master stateroom, pilothouse, galley and forward staterooms in 2014. Plenty of rich woods, fine finishings and open floor plan make this area the perfect place for entertaining or relaxing.
The galley is located port of the salon on the same level allowing the chef to be included with all the social activities. The galley is spacious with ample storage and top of the line appliances for preparing meals dockside, anchored or at sea. The galley is light and bright and boast a custom large opening slider window, cabinet above the counter and a extended large black granite countertop allowing additional seating. Starboard of the galley is a full height pantry. A full size oven could be installed with removal of under counter drawers and cabinets if one desired.
Forward and up four steps from the galley is the spacious pilothouse. The pilothouse has large doors port and starboard allowing easy access to the main deck. Dogging latches and sturdy construction with these doors give the sense of safety in the event of getting caught in weather. Large windows allow excellent visibility. Custom Hunter Douglas Shades Port and Starboard. State of the art electronics stabilizers, engine room cameras and ships monitor makes navigation effortless. The pilothouse is equipped with a high low hinged table that can be a additional berth or can function a a dining table. Aft of the high low there is L shaped seating that can accommodate six for dinner, as the electric Stidd chair can be rotated to provide an additional seat. There is abundant storage underneath the seating and below the footrests; a hanging locker was added to port. To starboard a custom cabinet was designed
The AC/DC distribution panels are located to port, and large opening chart drawers are just to port of the teak and stainless steering wheel. The console and instrument panel were enlarged from the standard to allow for the electronics, which were initially specified and also provide room for updates in the future. New Carpeting in 2014 sits above the teak and holy flooring to protect it and keep it like new. Dimmer controlled lighting and red night running lights complete the pilothouse.
Forward and down a staircase from the Pilothouse there is access to the port guest stateroom. To provide a better flow the hallways paneling to this area was curved and the optional double door entrance provides a more open feeling. This upper/lower berth stateroom has a granite-topped vanity, with storage and teak framed mirror, full height hanging locker and large opening stainless steel ports. The décor including berth, pillow and window coverings follow the theme of the rest of the interior, and there is access to a guest head to starboard. Intercom, lighting and air conditioning controls are within easy reach. The upper berth is designed similar to a Pullman berth, and can hinge down to make this stateroom a sitting room for the VIP.
Forward of the port guest stateroom is the VIP Stateroom. This stateroom has a walk around queen berth with custom mattress, 2014 bed coverings, pillows and window treatments. The four forward opening ports also have the optional blackout coverings for sleeping privacy and heavy sea safety. There are large cedar lined lockers and large drawers under the berth. Private access door aft to starboard for head/shower.
Forward and down a few steps from the galley is the spacious master stateroom. This stateroom is located amidships and is equipped with a island queen berth with 2014 bed covering, pillows and window treatments. To starboard there is a ensuite head with separate stall shower. Plenty of attention and detail was put into the layout of this stateroom. Ample storage and plenty of natural light. There is a teak door aft with another dogging door, with viewing port, behind that allows another engineroom access. Custom full height bookshelf and wide steps were incorporated when the vessel was being built. New carpeting, soft goods and LED lighting were installed in 2014.
The ensuite head utilizes a teak pocket door entry with granite topped cabinet, large stall shower with seat and opening port. The head has a teak and holly floor and all heads through the yacht are part of a VacuFlush system and are upgraded to the black color. LED lighting is on dimmers with additional lighting specified during the original construction.
Aft and starboard up several stairway steps from the pilothouse is the enormous flybridge. The Flybridge on this 64 GA was built with more seating than any previous Grand Alaskan 60 or 64 Pilothouse. The upper deck was extended by four feet to create even more usable space and allowing room for a 14' Novurania with 50 HP Yamaha and low profile 1500" davit. Additional area of seating with storage to starboard was added to the normal L shaped seating with storage below on the port side. Two Stidd helm chairs are located centerline in front of the large stainless steering wheel. Behind the L-shaped seating is a custom fiberglass cabinet , storage, and a 35 gallon tank which had been intended for gas storage for the tenders engine. Aft of the starboard side seating is an additional fiberglass cabinet with a sink, built in gas grill and freshwater wash down. Covers for all seating and fiberglass cabinets to starboard.
Access to the engine room is either from a large hatch on the aft deck to the Lazarette and then through a dogged aluminum watertight door with viewing port or from a watertight door with viewing port from the master. The engine room has overhead opening hatches, which can be removed for the installation or removal of large pieces of equipment and additional lighting was specified during construction. Access from the lazarette area to the engine room allows no entry to the interior accommodations for privacy and allows maintenance without entering the interior. The hydraulic systems, fuel systems and tanks, oil change systems, access to the stabilizers, are all located for easy access.
The Lazarette is large enough for cases of stored goods and also has the full size Frigidaire Gallery separate washer and dryer. A Dunby freezer is also located here along with the central vacuum system, air conditioning compressors, and 700 gallon per day watermaker with self-flushing system. The muffler system is an option Soundown system for noise reduction.
The walkaround decks and foredeck on this 64 GA are a non-skid finish. A tide rise ladder can be used from either port or starboard gate entrances from the aft deck or from the port and starboard pilothouse doors. An additional Hawse cleat was installed on both port and starboard sides ahead of the aft deck opening gate doors to let a forward spring line not interfere with these entrances. Additional ventilation for the main engines was also specified. The 3500 optional dual Capstan Maxwell windlass has a double anchor roller. The bulwarks and Portuguese bridge provide an unhampered and protected walkway around the entire yacht which is very safe for children, pets, and also for anyone onboard.
The foredeck has a comfortable seat and also access to an additional freshwater wash down and shore power inlet. Varnished handrails and toe rails are in excellent condition, and the forward stainless rails on the bow were designed to have the stanchion bases off the teak toe rails to facilitate ease of maintenance of the bright work. Special attention and extra cost allowed the yard to extend the side teak fender railing on this 64 GA well past handrails so that any contact with a dock or piling would not impact the varnished handrail or hull. Also this yacht was the first Grand Alaskan Pilothouse to have factory installed spray rails to reduce spray to the fly bridge and foredeck and they work very effectively. In 2016, multiple coats of varnish were applied with three final coats of clear awlgrip, which gives the exterior cap rails and toe rails a mirror finish.
This 64 GA is a perfect example of how a yacht should be maintained. The moment you step aboard it is obvious with her new carpets, electronics , bright work, upper flybridge deck finish, and so much more. The owner's continual updates and maintenance which includes waxing every three months, dive services and constant attention to all of the systems onboard with a management company have kept this GA 64 in superb condition. She generally runs at hull speeds which produce economy equivalent to one gallon per nautical mile however when weather or other circumstances require additional speed that can effortlessly be accomplished. Her engines and generators have recently had full services and upgrades including cooling services, new yacht controller, new stern thruster and fresh varnish to name a few. This 64 GA is ready for spring/summer cruising.
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3599 Rio Vista Blvd.
Vero Beach, FL 32963