1995 MacGregor Wing Keel Pilothouse Cutter
NEWEST AND NICEST ON THE MARKET, NEW ENGINE, ONLY ONE ON MARKET WITH DRAFT AND MAST HEIGHT FOR THE ICW, PRICED TO SELL. MAKE AN OFFER! "Sea Ya II" is one if the last of this revolutionary design ever built, has the most upgrades on the market, and is a sailing machine! Reaches speeds up to 18 knots--incredible for a monohull!!! She's a rare WKII (wing keel) version of the 65' with a 64' mast (ICW friendly!) and a 6' draft (Bahamas friendly!).
The MacGregor 65 is arguably the fastest production mono-hull ever built. She will satisfy both the cruiser and the racing sailor, due to the high level of comfort and intelligent design of her interior combined with the cutting-edge features that make her fly over the water. These were well
built yachts with a USCG rated +1A stability rating. They were built with 1.5 inch solid
fiberglass bulkheads and all solid glass construction with no coring. Her 12 foot beam provides
for spacious living quarters below, and she has been finished out luxuriously.
Over an 8 year period, MacGregor 65 Corporation built 100 of these magnificent yachts. During its production run, it was the best selling large yacht in the history of sailing. The MacGregor 65 holds many long distance sailing records. It was also one of the finest long-distance cruising yachts ever built.
"Sea Ya II" has been engineered with many up-grades and extras such as a bow thruster and a fuel efficiency booster that cuts fuel consumption in half!
- NEWLY REPOWERED with rebuilt Nanni Diesel engine in 2017--under 100 hours!
- Roomy pilothouse version
- Only Macgregor 65 with bow thruster (NEW 2016)
- Never chartered
- Standing Rigging replaced in 2013
- She has 2 air conditioning systems
- 2 refrigerators and a deep freezer
- 3 electric winches--2 Lewmar 54 and 1 Harken 46
- 6 foot draft, wing keel
- Fresh bottom paint in 2015
- ICW friendly bridge clearance
- 8.5 KW generator
- In Boom furling Mainsail
- Navtech Hydraulic Back stay and Vang
- 1 Large HD custom Traveler
- 2 12 volt Vacuflush toilets
- 1 holding tank
- 1 New propane cook stove with oven
- 1 Microwave oven
- 2 refrigerators and 1 deep freezer
- 2 Racor 500 filters
- 250 Gal. fuel tank
- 6 Bilge pumps
- Elec. Anchor windlass (Lewmar)
- Magna Inverter/Batt. Charger
- Bimini top and custom Lexan Dodger
- Custom Dinghy Davits
- Flat screen TV with antenna and DVD player
- 4 Solar vent fans
- 1 Life sling
- 1 Delta 45 anchor 1 Fortress Anchor
- 2 custom large handrails
- Custom Cockpit Cushions
- Custom Cockpit Table
- Custom Interior with many mirrors
- New Water Heater
- Lightening Protection No Strike system
We bought the sailboat in June 1999 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Since that time we have spent
about 6 months a year living on Sea Ya II. Our travels: Key West to Chesapeake Bay in the state
of Maryland, Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, Puerto Rico, Leeward and Windward Caribbean
Islands south to Trinidad (where we were based for four years), Venezuela's Puerto la Cruz,
Venezuela's out islands, Bonaire and Curacao. We sailed back to Ft. Lauderdale in May 2008.
- Wing Keel Pilothouse Cutter
- Saint Augustine, FL, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
- Vessel Name:
- Sea Ya II
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Dimensions & Weight
- 65 ft - 19.81 meter
- 64 ft 11 in - 19.79 meter
- 12 ft - 3.66 meter
- Draft - max:
- 6 ft - 1.83 meter
- Bridge Clearance:
- 64 ft - 19.51 meter
- Dry Weight:
- 150 HP
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- Fuel Type:
- 150 (Individual), 150 (combined)
- Max Speed:
- 21 MPH
- Fuel Tank:
- 250 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Fresh Water Tank:
- 250 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Holding Tank:
- 15 gallons - 1 tank(s)
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Entering the companionway, you have the navigation station and lower helm and aft head to starboard. There is a spacious galley along the port side with a nice double sink and loads of counter space. The large aft cabin has a center line berth with lots of room to walk around and seating too. Moving forward from the galley is the salon with dinette settee and lockers and cabinets for storage. Forward to port are 2 bunk berths that can be used for storage as well and to starboard a large head with shower stall. The Vee Berth is forward with a large bed and ample storage. The interior is done in gray, black, silver and mirrors giving a modern look to this well-thought-out cruiser. The galley has storage lockers with plastic bins on shelves to keep provisions and 2 side opening refrigerators and a deep freezer that opens from the top.
The cockpit is large and comfortable with a folding table and a larger table for guests. The hand rail that runs from the cockpit to the bow is large and strong for safety on deck. She is equipped with large and strong davits and a swim platform stern like a catamaran.
THIS VESSEL HAS NEVER BEEN CHARTERED
Most governments require rating bureau certification on large yachts.
The ABS certification widens the market for the MacGregor 65. The MacGregor 65 is also eligible for the United States Coast Guard certification, allowing the
commercial use of the boat for up to 44 passengers. MacGregor Inc. improved the boat's strength dramatically in 1992 by making major design changes.
Several projects involved improving the transverse and longitudinal hull strength.
Increasing hull section thickness, adding seven continuous (meaning that the bond is without gaps) bulkheads along with the continuous longitudinal stringers significantly improves the boat's integrity.
The deck is secured to the hull with stainless bolts on six inch centers adding 5200
sealant 100 percent of the circumference insuring a strong and water tight bond.
"Sea Ya II," a 1994 MacGregor 65 (hull is 1994, vessel was commissioned in 1995) 0is built to exceed American Bureau of Shipping fiberglass construction requirements with an ABS +A1 classification. ABS approves the structural plan of the boat and specifies hull thickness, bulkhead (transverse) thickness, stringer size and material strength requirements.
ABS states: "In general, the hull is to be longitudinally framed with the deck and shell longitudinals supported by transverse wed rings, transverse bulkhead or a combination of both...hard spots are to be avoided..."
"Sea Ya II" was on the market previously at $300,000. Her owners have literally just knocked over $100,000 off the price because they now own another boat and are ready to go cruising again. She has been relocated from Ft. Lauderdale to St. Augustine, and is stored at the St. Augustine Marine Center where you can see her impressive form out of the water. Her design is very unique--she is low-displacement and literally skims across the water. These were very revolutionary boats and nothing since has quite replaced them in speed and style.
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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