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PMY Boat Test: Pacific Mariner 65 Specs
Pacific Mariner 65— By Richard Thiel — August 1998

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Optional power: none
Standard equipment: 25-hp HPS bow thruster; 2/Glendinning Cablemasters; Sea Recovery 600-gpd watermaker; Northern Lights 20- and 8-kW gensets; Heart Interface 2500-watt inverter; 15-foot tender; Nautical Structures 1,500-pound-capacity davit; Simpson-Lawrence windlass and 2/warping winches
Construction: solid FRP hull below chine, Airex-cored above chines; FRP-encapsulated foam stringers; 3/20 Divinycell-core watertight bulkheads; 11/20 composite saloon floor; deckhouse cored with 3/40 Corecell; corings vacuum-bagged

LOA: 64'11"
Beam: 17'23"
Draft: 4'9"
Maximum headroom: 7'1"
Weight: 66,000 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 1,100 gal.
Water capacity: 285 gal.
Engines: 2/760-hp 8V-92TA DDEC diesel inboards
Transmissions: Twin Disc
Ratio: 1.92:1
Props: 32x34 5-blade Nibral
Steering:  Teleflex power-assisted
Controls: DDEC
Trim tabs: none
Optional equipment on test boat: none

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This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.