motor yacht 64
Located just north of Pittsburgh, we are the area’s Premier Marine Facility. We emulate a resort atmosphere where our motto is:
“Where Boaters Take Care of Boaters”.
From start to finish, our goal is to take the pressure, confusion and stress out of your search for the perfect boat!
1991 Vantare Motor Yacht 64,
Propulsion – Twin Johnson & Towers 8V92 TA. Detroit engines 750 HP Each Twin Disc. V-Drive Transmissions
Since it was last Majored (Stb: 1200 Port: 1800)
Generators – 20 KW to Port 8KW to Starbord 220 – 120 Volts
Air Conditioning – Hydronic 8 Ton Chilled Water System with a 10KW Electric Boiler
Fuel Capacity – 1350 Gallon
Water – 390 Gallon
Holding Tank – 60 Gallon
The full beam salon of the Vantare MY is wide open, no obstructions. You enter aft from the upper cockpit and have a clear view to the pilothouse. The galley is fitted with a full size side by side refrigerator, new flat surface four burner cooktop, built in full size oven, convection microwave and trash compactor. The salon is fitted with two L-shaped seating areas. Black leather at the aft and tan ultra leather near the galley with seating for six at the large glass dinning table. In the salon there is a large flat screen TV with surround soud, a bar and private stairs leading to the Master Stateroom.
Full beam master with King size walk around bed, vanity with upholstered bench, large sofa, TV center, two large hanging lockers, storage cabinets and drawers. The master head is fitted with a full size jacuzzi tub and shower, large vanity and microphore head.
A queen size walk around bed, sofa, two hanging lockers and drawers. VIP head stand up shower, vanity and microphore head.
Full size V-berth, two hanging lockers and drawers. Guest head with stand up shower, vanity and head
The extra large fly bridge is accessed from stairs in the pilothouse. Fitted with a full set of controls, VHF radio and stereo. There is ample seating for 16 plus the captain. At the far aft is a 1,600 capacity Nautical Stricture hydraulic davit to provide the lifting of a dinghy or other water toys.
The lower cockpit is ideal for fishing with rod holders, rear station engine controls and bow thruster control. The stand up engine room is entered from the lower cockpit.