Designed as a long range pilothouse, the 64 Alaskan is ready to cruise the Pacific Northwest, Mexico and beyond. From hydraulic stabilizers and windlasses, to reverse cycle air conditioning, this Grand Alaskan has the capability along with comfort for long range cruising. The rugged John Deere 6068 engines provide excellent fuel economy in addition to the navigation suite which has redundancies such as radar and radios for extra reliability.
With 1,400 gallons of fuel, this is an excellent pilothouse to get you a long ways from here. Fuel burn at 8 knots is reported to be around 5.8 GPH, so pretty thrifty.
The smart 3 stateroom layout with midships master, 800 GPD watermaker, CruiseAir heating and air, stabilizers, expansive salon, galley, pilothouse, and flybridge, give excellent value for the quality and size. This is an easy boat to get to know, handle, and relax aboard. Guests always settle right in, so expect it from yours.
Three Helm Stations create ease of control – Flybridge, Main helm, and aft deck control station. The American Bow Thruster (ABT) proportional hydraulic bow and stern thrusters make docking both pinpoint and simple. With the Stbd Engine PTO and also the 32kw genset PTO, you have options for a variety of conditions.
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Please contact Dave Kane, CPYB at 206.403.7368 or email email@example.com for more information or to schedule a personal tour
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Knot to Worry
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement
LOA: 64 ft 0 in
Beam: 17 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 9 in
Bridge Clearance: 22 ft 0 in
Total Power: 534 HP
Engine Brand: John Deere
Year Built: 2003
Engine Model: 6068SFM50
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1580
Engine Power: 267 HP
Engine Brand: John Deere
Year Built: 2003
Engine Model: 6068SFM50
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1580
Engine Power: 267 HP
The Alaskan is an excellent design for a long range pilothouse, making it very popular for cruisers looking for a robust yacht to take them wherever. The 64 Alaskan was set up to cruise not only Pacific Northwest Destinations but also south to Mexico and beyond. From hydraulic stabilizers and windlasses to reverse cycle air conditioning, this Grand Alaskan has the capability of comfortable long range cruising for a couple or family. The rugged John Deere 6068 engines give you thrifty fuel economy while the navigation suite has redundancies such as radar and radios for extra information and comfort while cruising.
This is a very solid vessel. Heavy construction coupled with systems that allow you to head out for a weekend or take a summer off to Alaska. The covered side decks, big foredeck, roomy flybridge, and expansive boat deck give you plenty of options for enjoying different climates with family and friends.
The smart 3 stateroom layout with mid-ships master, 800 GPD water maker, CruiseAir heating and air, stabilizers, and an expansive salon, galley, pilothouse, and flybridge gives you an excellent value for the quality and size.
Three Helm Stations put you easily in control of the vessel – Flybridge, Main helm, and aft deck control station. The American Bow Thruster (ABT) proportional hydraulic bow and stern thrusters make docking both pinpoint and easy. With the Starboard Engine PTO (power take-off) and also the 32kw genset PTO, you have options for a variety of conditions. With 2 generators, 800 gpd water maker, reverse cycle, stern controls, this Grand Alaskan 64 has lots of extras for a great value, and easily manageable for a cruising couple.
Alaska? Mexico? Great Loop? The Alaskan 64 is ready and waiting.
The Alaskan 64 is a well-proportioned 3 Stateroom Layout. Starting from farthest forward and moving aft in the vessel:
VIP is Centerline forward and with upgraded sized berth this cabin is very comfortable and roomy.
Port Side Guest berths are over-under with hanging locker and storage below the berth
Master Stateroom also has an oversized upgraded berth with large master closet and washer and dryer. Home-style mattress, comfortable!
Raised Pilothouse design with large settee and table, as well a mounted large compass. Side Deck boarding doors and stairs to the Flybridge.
2 heads with ensuite showers, heated travertine floors
Chef's Galley with long counter and bar top, full-size refridgerator, Fisher-Paykel Drawer Dishwasher, Trash Compactor, and opening window for ventilation and light
Large Main Salon with L-Shaped Settee to port. Double doors open aft onto the aft deck for a wide, inviting entry.
Engine Room and Lazz. Access to ER is via set of double doors (for sound) from the Master or from aft using the lazz hatch and aft ER door. ER is mostly stand-up until moving aft to the lazz area.
Lazzarette has lots of room to work on systems, lazz has room to store a few extras for fishing, crabbing, and shrimping.
Main Salon Overview
The Main Salon layout has an L-Shaped settee on the port side, two free-standing barrel chairs on starboard, with galley forward. You have storage below the port L-shaped settee for games and other needs. An entertainment center at the galley bar top also has additional storage.
The starboard side of the Main Salon has two chairs that swivel on bases, storage along the cabinets behind, and in the aft corner and 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 for your adventures aboard Knot to Worry. The Main Salon feels like home; comfortable surroundings, a galley with lots of storage and counter space, and a layout that brings everyone together.
The Galley has been upgraded and suits long range cruising as well as living aboard. Full size refrigerator, drawer dishwasher, stove and oven, and the counter space to create meals for the whole family and guests. Pantry goods store in the cabinet on the Starboard side next to the refrigerator, so there is room for grocery supplies for those extended adventures.
There is a direct to Master stairway to the Master and Engine Room. This separate entrance to the Master gives you privacy aboard and a good wake-up call when the percolating coffee wafts down to the Master stateroom. The Galley has opening window at the sink for ventilation and looks out onto the salon and back deck.
The Master steps are centerline while the Pilothouse steps are next outboard at the fridge. This takes you to the pilothouse and long observation seating and table. Pilothouse doors port and starboard give you access to the side decks.
L-Shaped Settee with storage below, located port side
Barrel Chairs on starboard side
Drawers and cabinets along the starboard side behind barrel chairs
Corner cabinet at aft starboard corner with shelves above
Water Filter located behind cabinet just below the TV set
Wall-mounted TV set
Entertainment Center located on Port side at end of bar counter
Carpeted Main Salon - has held up nicely
Dual Main Salon Entry doors onto the Aft Deck - inviting and bright
Opening Windows along salon sides with wood blinds
Galley is forward of Main Salon separated by the Galley counter with bar top
Salon Table opens and raises for meals
Reading lights and regular lamps for different lighting options
Galley and Salon lights on dimmer - located at end of galley counter on dial
Private Entrance to the Master Stateroom from Salon/Galley level
The Galley features: granite counters, travertine flooring,expansive storage, lights on a dimmer switch, view of the TV, bartop with 3 stools for entertaining, and pantry storage next to the fridge.
Guests can chat with you while a meal or snacks are getting prepared - everyone gravitates there and to the settee on the aft deck. The Main Salon table opens and rasises for big gatherings and meals. Additional guests like to sit up in the Pilothouse at that long table as well as the flybridge tables.
Additional Details Include:
Jenn-Aire refrigerator – full size with ice/water dispenser
Bosch 4-burner electric stove and oven
GE Profile combo microwave/convection oven
GE trash compactor
Soap/lotion dispensers at galley sink
Fisher-Paykel under counter dishwasher
Storage for pots and pans below dishwasher
Custom fit Spice Rack next to microwave
Water filtration for refrigerator
Master Stateroom – located in the most comfortable part of the any boat, the midships Master offers a large queen berth, lockers on each side of the Master berth, a large closet with separate washer and dryer. Extra storage is here along with the washer and dryer.
The Master head is to starboard and includes heated flooring via electric mat below the stonework. Wonderful feature. Large head and shower makes for comfortable stays Taboard, whether short or long term.
The Master Stateroom 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 is from the lazzarette hatch on the aft deck.
Mid-Ships Master Stateroom with private entrance from the main deck
Master head has heated floors for extra comfort
Master Closet includes washer and dryer, storage
Access to Engine Room via dual doors for sound
Home-style mattress - very comfortable, standard bedding sizes
Storage below the berth
Hanging lockers on each side of the berth, drawers and lockers below
Reading lights and twin opening port lights for ventilation and natural light
Phone system, nav repeater
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 this a very comfortable and bright stateroom. It is highly comfortable, almost as nice as the Master. Hanging lockers on port and starboard side allow for options to store your hanging items, as well as a multitude of 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 as well as the foyer. While carpeted, there is teak and holly flooring below.
4 portlights that open with screens
Screen slides for privacy
Large overhead opening hatch for light and ventilation
Private entrance door to the shared head
Stereo and speakers
Carpet over teak and holly floor
Hanging Lockers port and starboard
Drawers below the berth
Storage on either side of the berth
Next forward of the Master Stateroom, the Guest Stateroom has twin berths situated over-under. These are comfortable for guest and the cabin offers storage in the hanging locker as well as corner cabinet.
The center foyer offers access to the Master, Guest, and VIP/Guest head and the VIP stateroom. The VIP head is large offering heated flooring, large shower, and the same excellent stonework as the Master Stateroom.
Over-under twin berths
Small desk and drawer with cabinet
2 portlights for ventilation and light
Teak and Holly floor
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 from the galley-main salon. 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 table. This gives you room to review charts, enjoy meals, catch up on emails, and simply allow family and guests to enjoy the cruise with you as you navigate.
Steps to the flybrige are along the starboard side of the PH putting you up top for an even better view. The pilothouse has excellent visibility and a navigation suite that includes computer navigation for charting, engine room camera, dual radar for 48 and 72 mile range, and Nauticomp monitor screens that allow you to scroll from one screen to another with the cursor. Nobeltec nav, Nortstar 961 GPS, and Interphase forward-looking sonar are also part of the navigation suite.
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 the 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.
Note - This author/broker has run the yacht to Alaska personally, including cruises throughout the San Juan Islands and Canada. It is capable, extremely comfortable, and a very stable platform for your adventures. Maintenance is straight-forward and includes systems ready to take you to the San Juan Islands, round Vancouver Island, and all the ranges beyond as you travel up the Inside Passage. Often this had been done solo or with an additional person. Great boat for just a couple – easily to handle, easy to enjoy.
Excellent visibility from the Raised Pilothouse
Dual radars - 72 mile and 48 mile
Large screens for Nobeltec and extra radar
Interphase forward looking sonar
Dual Icom VHF radios with large antennas
Electrical panel on port side for 12V and 110V systems
Remote start for 32kw Koehler and 12 kw Northern Lights
Autopilot with handset for FB control
Rudder Angle Indicator
Large compass inset in the PH table
Starboard steps to the lower cabin foyer for Guest and VIP
Sea Recovery Remote Panel in wheelhouse, fresh water flush
Raytheon 72 mile radar (open array)
Sitex 48 mile radar (open array)
Naticomp monitor with PC with Nobeltec navigation system
Northstar 961 XD with repeater
Simrad AP 20 autopilot with repeaters
The Engine Room is laid out with access from forward via the Master Stateroom. This offers the best head-room and puts you right into the engine room at the forward end of the engines. Fuel Manifold system is located just inside the engine room. Centerline walkway sends you down along the inside of the John Deere 300 hp engines. Fuel tank sights are easily reviewed just forward of the engines.
Outboard you can see the forward pair of stabilizer pads, just forward of the engines and outboard. Fuel tanks are along the master stateroom bulkhead ( pair of 300 gallon tanks) and also on each side of the engine ( pair of 400 gallon tanks) giving you options to fill and monitor during your cruising.
Aft of the engines is the port and starboard raw water sea chests, with clear lexan cover for maintenance check for debris. Aft of the engines and transmissions is the air compressor pump system for the Gyro Gale Stabilizers and ABB frequency drive.
On the Port side is the 12 kw Northern Lights Generator with cover, easy to access and service.
Next aft at the end of the engine room is the hot water heater and the second generator ( on the starboard side) the 32 kw Kohler generator. This has the PTO for additional hydraulic power, if desired, for the ABT bow and stern thrusters and or windlasses.
The aft engine room door takes you to the lazzerette area. A large deck hatch opens the lazz up for bright viewing of the batteries, water maker and filters, steering gear, and storage for fishing gear, etc. Water tanks are located at the end of the engine room bulkhead - outside the engine room door and at the forward end of the lazz.
Twin John Deere 300 hp engines - repowered in 2003
32 kw Kohler Generator with PTO - Hours - 1,580
12 kw Northern Lights Generator - Hours - 2,977
Stainless Steel cover for hot water heater
New Gyro Gale Stabilizer pump and ABB Frequency Drive - At Rest Capability
1,400 gallons of Diesel in 4 tanks, 2 at 400 gal, and 2 at 300 gal
Trace Inverter - located aft ER bulkhead at 32 KW Kohler location
Ships Breakers - located at aft ER bulkhead next to port side of ER door with additional breakers behimd Remote Start Genset Panel
Sea Chest Raw Water Manifold System
800 GPD water maker in Lazzerette
Engine and House banks located in Lazzarette
Hydraulic PTO off Starboard John Deere for Bow, Stern, and Windlass operations
Electrical service for the 64 Alaskan includes shore power inlets for the Glendinning 50 amp cord aft, as well as a 30 amp service for back-up. A Buck Boost Transformer boosts power for 208-230. Xantrex 3000 watt inverter runs critical 110V systems without the need for running either genset. Monitors at the helm give power data at the electrical breaker panels.
12V and 24V DC Systems
120V AC system
32 kw Kohler Generator with PTO for back up or extra hydraulic power for thrusters
12kw Northern Lights Generator
3000-watt Xantrex Inverter
Buck Boost Transformer 208-230
(4) House Batteries ( 8D size)
(2) Engine Start Batteries ( brand new 4D size)
(2) Group 31 Generator Start Batteries
(2) Group 31 dedicated electronics batteries
50-amp Shore Power System with Glendining on aft swim step
30-amp shore Power for back-up
Additional shower power inlets on the bow, extra 50 ft 50-amp cord
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, and black water level monitors.
100 gallons gray water tanks (2)
Tank Tender System
Tank level indicators at helm
Gray Tank pump controls at helm
Black water head tank monitors at helm
Fresh Water System
The fresh water tanks are stainless and located aft and forward, with deck fills for each. Total water is 350 gallons with Galley Maid water pumps ½ hp each for 12V DC service.
Fresh Water tanks offer 350 gallons
Tanks located aft in Lazz and forward under forward cabins
This 64 Alaskan was set up with 4 fuel tanks located in the engine room. There are port and starboard fuel fills allowing you to put fuel in each tank separately, helpful for trim as well as giving you the ability to keep a set of tanks full while using the other pair for short runs. Manifold system is easy to sort and fuel filters easy to access. 1400 gallons give you a thrifty 8 gallons at 9 knots, or 1.15 miles per gallon. That can get you to Ketchikan and back. Slow it down 7.5 knots and increase your range to get you from Seattle to Cabo San Lucas or farther on one fuel load.
(2) tanks with 400 gallons on outboard and (2) tanks with 300 gallons just forward on each side of the centerline engine room doors. Each has their own fills on the side decks and are tied into the manifold system and cross-over valves.
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.
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