Island cruising in style. This is probably the best summation for a 70’ luxurious pilothouse, boasting comfort with many appointments, to please everyone onboard. From stem to stern, this attention to detail further expands from a bright engine room, expansive living areas, to well-appointed staterooms and a large covered aft deck. At 70’, there is lot to offer.
Established in 1991, Queenship Yachts were built in Maple Ridge, building 55’-110’ models on a semi-custom basis, from sport cruisers, super salon cruisers, to pilothouse motor yachts. From quality craftsmanship and design, to personal appointments, Queenship is your maiden for adventure, discovery, and West Coast living. After all, the journey is just as important as the destination.
Definitely a Distance Coastal Cruiser
Between her twin 760 HP Detroit Diesels, Naiad Marine stabilizer fins, and a dedicated pilothouse that has excellent visibility, Phantom has the means and to do your own cruise, on your own schedule, in just about any weather. Even in a full gale with waves breaking over the bow, the active stabilizer fins will keep Phantom on an even keel.
With the navigation software, simply plot your course, transmit the coordinates to the autopilot, and you are officially a ‘hands-off’ skipper. Just keep at least one eye open, and an ear on the VHF.
When you come onboard, the first thing you see is the inviting swim platform and curved staircase, that welcomes you like open hands. By walking towards the bow on the safe and deep deck, an inviting lounging sundeck up forward with room for two, greets you. Bow, stern or upper deck, you decide where to relax. Alfresco dining and entertaining, is all at your whim and pleasure.
With access either from the aft deck or the main cabin, the upper deck is where gatherings can go into extended hours. With room to enjoy a casual bbq, capturing an evening breeze, or practice your celestial navigation with the ship’s sextant, there can be plenty to do. The Zodiac RIB tender with dedicated winch can easily provide shore leave for provisions, explore the shallows, or to greet another yacht.
Phantom has four state rooms with additional private quarters to accommodate 7 in luxury and comfort. Along with 5 heads, a fully equipped U-shape galley, and a salon that defines relaxation and comfort, you may find an excuse not to leave. From a pop-up tv stand, ample seating, to a serving hatch that expands the galley access, you have a very good design suitable for any festive or relaxing occasion. Or to simply to do nothing at all.
Although a large cruiser at 70’, the amount of natural light bellies its size. By having a bright and airy interior, both the salon and pilothouse will undoubtably be pleasing even on rainy or foggy days. Whether at dock or at sea, Phantom will take care of you in comfort and style.
When you walk into this space, you are not fixated on the dials and gauges. The view from the expansive windshield is simply amazing and not obstructed. The helm itself may be hard to leave due to the finished wooden wheel, logical layout of the instruments, and comfortable Captain’s chair. With additional seating for two, open the side doors to let a nice summer’s West Coast breeze in, you are set to go.
The Utility Room
It is not often that a yacht comes with an extra utility room, and this simply opens many options. Located just before the engine room, this wonderful space houses a workshop with bench, washer and dryer, freezer, among other advantages that keep long voyages simply going. Need more room for a wine cellar or humidor? This place has the capacity to add it.
Dependable Detroit Diesels
These 8V92 DDEC engines are the heart of Phantom, and with under 1400 hrs, they are barely broken in. To boot, you not only have a bright and clean engine room with head room, but an additional tool crib with workshop to carry out any repairs or preventive maintenance. These engine models are very popular, and were used in city buses, motorhomes, and other fine yachts. With such a well-known power plant, many parts and mechanical knowhow are easily at hand.
With a fuel capacity of over 1000 gallons, Phantom can take you to distant landfalls. For example, cruising at 10 knots at 1300 rpm, will give you a distance of about 1200-1500 nautical miles. That’s about twice around Vancouver Island, just in case you missed something. This puts you in reach of San Francisco, California or Ketchikan, Alaska. North or South? You decide.
Full width swim platform with access ladder
Port and starboard curved staircase to covered aft deck
Curved lounge seating for 6 with tables and storage underneath
Upper deck access hatch
Remote lighting for to distract the evening stars
Stern watertight door access to utility and engine room
Padded carpet throughout with, accenting a light oak interior
Pop-up tv cabinet
Mini blinds on all windows
Indirect lighting for that softer glow at meals and when direct lighting will simply not do
Full set audio/video equipment
Bar locker with additional room for cards, game boards, etc.
Spiral staircase to upper deck and helm
Well-appointed lounge furniture with dining table
Double sliding doors to aft deck
Lower staircase to utility room and engine room
Whirlpool full size fridge and freezer with ice maker and ice crusher
Miele electric ceramic stove top with oven
Pocket door for aesthetics when not in use
Serving window through the salon to keep canapes coming
DDEC electronic gearshift and throttle system
Autohelm Seatalk - NavCenter and Repeater
Autohelm ST-50 plus – dGPS Differential Beacon Receiver Transducers
Cetrek magnetic compass
Cetrek C-net 2 station autopilot
Furuno FCV-582 Colour Video Sounder
ComNav Marine 2001 Autopilot
Furuno GPS/chartplotter and radar
Davis Mark 25 sextant to do some real ‘old time’ navigation
ICOM IC-M15 and ICOM IC-M125 vhf marine receivers
Digital temperature, speed and distance log
Oil pressure gauge
Battery voltage meter
Day head shared with galley and salon
Port and starboard access doors onto deck to assist with docking
Additional seating for 2 shipmates
Ample storage for charts, safety gear, ship’s papers
Detroit Diesel Marine Power Manual
3-volume Queenship Owner’s and Manufacturer’s Manual
Bench seating for 6-7 with table
Control station with hydraulic steering
DDeck electronic clutch and throttle controls
Rudder angle indicator
Full instrumentation and compass
Wet bar, fridge, sink and bbq
Stainless steel handrails
Storage compartments throughout
Plastimo 6-person offshore inflatable life raft
SteelHead Marine hydraulic winch to raise and lower Zodiac (see Auxiliary Dinghy)
Zodiac 420 Deluxe with Mercury 50 HP outboard
Weight 430 lbs
Load Capacity 6 persons
Padded carpeting throughout
Cedar lined hanging lockers with automatic lighting
Large ports for decent cross ventilation and natural light
Direct and indirect lighting to enhance the mood
Entertainment centres (TV and music)
Panasonic phone system
Full beam master stateroom with king size berth
Two private heads with separate large stall showers
Twin writing desks and additional storage
Three Guest Cabins or Crews Quarters
One large forward cabin with queen berth
One cabin with two single berths
One single berth cabin
Karadon counter tops throughout
Vaccu-flush toilets with macerators
Ensuite stall showers with fans
Large port lights
Inglis washer and dryer
Broan centre vacuum canister, with access ports throughout vessel
Aft transom exit door great for provisioning
Air tool compressor with hose and fittings
Large toolbox and workbench area
Kohler 5kw generator underneath workbench
Twin Detroit 8V92 DDEC
760 HP (under 1400 hrs)
Gear reduction 1.92:1
Propeller size 5 blade 32”x33.5” bronze
Kohler 20kW generator
Naiad Marine – Model 25 active stabilizer fins to keep Phantom on an even keel
Webasco boiler room heat system
Reverse cycle AC/heat with multiple zones throughout vessel
Battery capacity: Five 12V 8D and twelve heavy duty 2V
Vapor proof battery switches
Alarm system: temperature and oil
Battery chargers: 1x100 amp, 1x30 amp, 1x10 amp
Electrical distribution and control panels with magnetic circuit breakers, generator hour meter, voltmeter, and battery condition indicator
120V and GFI outlets throughout
Panasonic Phone intercom systems with 6 outlets
Pressure water system and water heater
Coaxial TV cable in saloon and master stateroom
Central vacuum cleaning system because dirt happens
Washdown pump, raw water outlet forward, freshwater outlet aft
Westmar Bow thruster
Bruce anchor with 300’ chain and deck pipe
Lofrans X3 windlass with controls at bow and bridge helm
Stainless steel gunwale guard, handrails and fittings
Weather covers for bridge, console, settee, pilot chairs, dinghy and winch
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.