• 64'
  • 2004
  • Seattle, Washington, United States
  • $870,000


THALASSA is a well-equipped 2004 64' Alaskan RPMY, powered with twin 3126 IB CAT diesels. Accommodations for six in 3 double cabins and 2 heads with showers. Built with many upgrades and followed up by continual improvements and new equipment as needed.


This 64' Alaskan Pilothouse was originally built for the former owner of a 60' Grand Alaskan Pilothouse with substantial improvements and additions. Her current owner continued to upgrade the yacht with recent improvements and equipment. 

The yachts built in this series were originally designed as a 60' Pilothouse. The 64' Pilothouse model allows for two additional feet in the aft deck/cockpit area and two additional feet in the salon, which includes the area below with an extra two feet in the lazarette and an extra two feet in the engine room. This yacht is Hull No. 30 of this series. 

THALASSA was built in the Tania Yard and is of very high quality. She represents a very special opportunity to buy a 64' pilothouse and take advantage of an owner who specified a tremendous number of upgrades after studying plans and specifications of previous hulls. 

The interior of this yacht is of hand chosen teak paneling and was built following custom blueprints with specific cabinets, drawers, lockers, doors, valances, headboards, etc., defined and specified by the original purchaser who is now making this yacht available for sale. The lighting and wiring systems of this yacht include halogen lighting throughout as well as additional lighting per lighting and wiring plans also pre-approved prior to construction by the original purchaser. 

The aft deck/cockpit area has a large built-in seat with storage below, custom hi-lo table, a cabinet with icemaker, built-in sink and storage below, wing doors, non-skid surface, port and starboard side gate doors, and an opening gate door to the integrated swim platform which has its own integrated hydraulically-raised hatch housing the stainless steel custom swim ladder. In addition, the owner specified an extension of the upper deck area so this entire area is under cover and could be enclosed, if desired. There is also a large hatch in this area, which leads down into the lazarette/engine room. 

This yacht has complete walkaround decks with bulwarks and forward Portuguese/wave-breaking bridge for additional safety. The large foredeck has a double Capstan windlass with two opening hatches for chain lockers and double anchor rollers. In addition there is shore service available forward and a built in seat with storage below just ahead of the Portuguese Bridge. The yacht is equipped with a 120 lb Bruce anchor on the starboard side with 350’ of chain rode and a 75 lb CQR style anchor with 150’ chain and 600' of 3/4” rode on the port side.



  • The salon is entered through double opening doors from the cockpit/aft deck area
  • To port is an L-shaped sectional built-in sofa, teak hi-lo table and forward of the sofa is a granite-topped end table designed with a file cabinet-type drawer
  • To starboard on the aft end of the salon is an entertainment center, which is angled to allow optimum viewing, and barrel chairs on either side of a granite-topped cabinet
  • Furthest forward in the salon is a custom bookshelf
  • The galley adjoins the salon and features a beautifully finished teak and holly sole, full-size double opening stainless steel GE refrigerator/freezer to starboard
  • To port is a trash compactor, dishwasher, 4-burner cooktop, Advantium/microwave oven, double stainless steel sink and substantial pantry and provision storage in numerous cabinets and drawers
  • A new gas cooktop was recently installed
  • Additional genset controls just inside the aft salon door



  • Forward of the galley is a large pilothouse with built-in L-shaped sectional seating including cabinet storage with file drawers on both ends
  • Center STIDD chair is installed at the lower console
  • Custom hinged teak table, which can be folded away to allow additional space or opened for dining
  • The center helm position offers excellent visibility and a custom electronics console housing the GPS plotter, color computer monitor, radar, autopilot, and separate wind and depth units
  • Electrical panels for 12v/24v and 110v/220v are easily accessed from this area
  • The entire pilothouse area has beautiful teak and holly sole



  • A wide comfortable staircase leads up from the pilothouse to an extended top flybridge
  • Two STIDD chairs 
  • Built-in large L-shaped sectional seating with storage below and two fiberglass tables built-in ahead of this seating
  • Two custom molded fiberglass deck boxes were built behind the seating to accommodate large items for storage
  • Rrefrigerator/icemaker, sink and a gas barbecue with twin tanks
  • The optional extended deck makes the flybridge huge and allows for this yacht to comfortably carry a 14' dinghy with 50hp outboard plus have a large additional area for sunning/lounging forward of the tender
  • The cushions for the flybridge, forward seat, and aft deck seat are made of a high quality sunbrella fabric
  • Enclosed Bimini with upgraded glass panels
  • Frigibar flybridge FZR-SW5 refrigerator/freezer



  • The master stateroom is accessed via a private custom spiral staircase from the salon/galley area
  • A walkaround king-size berth, two granite-topped end tables with three drawers each, substantial hanging lockers, and a built-in entertainment center with TV, DVD and CD players
  • Additional cabinets and bookshelves were specified to maximize the use of this stateroom
  • Additional locker storage underneath the berth and a framed mirror above the headboard
  • Ensuite head has a large shower stall, granite-topped counters, vanity, sink, storage and a beautiful teak and holly sole
  • Access to the engine room, cleverly disguised behind a teak opening door with leads to a water tight dogged door with viewing port
  • Additional lighting overhead and reading lights on each side of the berth
  • Custom mattress for master bed



  • The guest staterooms are accessed from the pilothouse by a custom curved staircase that opens to an upper/lower berth stateroom, located to port, with double opening doors, large hanging locker, vanity and mirror
  • To starboard is a head, which can be entered from either the hallway or from the VIP berth forward
  • Head offers a large stall shower, sink, storage, custom linen closet and a teak and holly sole
  • The forward VIP stateroom features a walkaround queen-size berth with significant drawer storage underneath, mirrored bulkhead at head of berth, large hanging locker, storage shelves and room for a 13" color television
  • The VIP on this yacht has considerable additional volume in part due to the hull design of this series
  • Custom mattress for bed



  • Twin 3126 Caterpillars (420 hp each) (Port: 1,664 hours, Starboard: 1,666 hours)
  • 16kW Northern Lights generator with sound shield (817 hours)
  • 8kW Northern Lights generator with sound shield (1,891 hours)
  • Additional control panel for main engines with start/stop buttons in the engine room
  • Hart tank gauge for both fuel and water tanks
  • Four shore power connectors in lieu of the standard two
  • Two Racor 75/1000 max dual fuel filters for engine room in lieu of standard
  • Glendinning electronic engine controls in lieu of standard hydraulics
  • Halon Automatic fire system
  • Side power 10.7hp bow thruster with separate gel cell batteries and dedicated charger
  • Naiad model 252 stabilizers with 6 sq. ft. fins
  • Air conditioning/heating CruisAir 4-zone with digital controls
  • Additional two batteries for house bank batteries
  • Oil change pump with manifold
  • Fuel transfer pump with manifold
  • Safety emergency bilge suction system on cooling system for starboard engine
  • Fireboy MA-1200 fire extinguishing system with engine and generator shutdown
  • 110 volt emergency bilge pump



  • Kabola diesel heating system
  • 600 gpd Village watermaker
  • Fuel Floscan
  • Three STIDD helm chairs with bases (two on flybridge, one in pilothouse)
  • Prewiring for remote Glendinning control
  • Larger stainless steel breastplate for anchor protection at bow
  • Stainless grab rails for boarding at transom
  • Interior dawgs for pilothouse doors
  • Custom teak vents on air/heat vents throughout
  • Additional drawer storage in the master stateroom
  • Upgraded battery charger
  • Two voltage isolator units
  • 2500-watt Trace inverter installed
  • Fiberglass aft deck cabinet with refrigerator/icemaker, storage and sink
  • Saltwater washdown on bow
  • Built-in custom deck boxes on flybridge
  • Barbecue grill on flybridge with two tanks
  • Upgraded generator exhaust on both generators
  • Custom spiral staircase from the flybridge to the salon to the master stateroom
  • Custom curved staircase from the pilothouse to the guest staterooms
  • Upgraded doorlock system throughout entire yacht
  • Teak decks on side decks and aft deck
  • Hinged secondary stainless steel radar arch above the hinged fiberglass arch to accommodate the 6' radar antenna
  • Additional Racor filter for fuel transfer system
  • Optional larger rub rail in starboard material rather than teak
  • Extra storage built into forward shower compartment
  • Hi-lo fiberglass table on aft deck
  • Hide-away swim ladder built into integrated hull swim platform in lieu of standard ladder
  • Larger cleats than standard
  • Beveled edged mirrors
  • Extra overhead lights on aft deck
  • Winged doors on aft deck
  • Rope lighting in various areas of yacht for mood lighting
  • Additional lights in engine room
  • Grab rails above port and starboard opening gate door on aft deck
  • Hand-held remote for windlass
  • Back-up 110v water pressure pump system for fresh water
  • Custom bilge ventilation system for forward accommodation area
  • 20" TV with DVD and CD for salon
  • 15" TV with DVD and CD for master stateroom
  • Bose sound system for main salon
  • Flybridge stereo system
  • Upgraded stainless steel rails for bow
  • Seven coats of varnish on outside rails
  • Two phone/cable TV connectors with outlets in each cabin
  • One additional shore water inlet at transom
  • Two 5" compasses
  • Bottom painted June 2013
  • Fresh water washdown at fore and aft deck, engine room and flybridge
  • Transom shower in recessed box
  • Glendinning Cablemaster with 65' of cable
  • Maxwell HWC-3500 dual Capstan / Chain wheel windlass with dual station remote control in lieu of standard
  • Port and starboard fiberglass flushdeck hatches over chain locker in lieu of standard
  • Aft deck built-in seat
  • Viewport on engine room doors fore and aft
  • Grohe faucets in lieu of standard
  • Sail track and cars for fender ties port and starboard
  • Nautical Structures1200 Lb Low Rise Euro style davit
  • ACR Spotlight with Remote Control
  • Point Deception 12’ rowing/sailing dinghy mounted with Weaver davits on transom
  • 120 lb Bruce anchor on the starboard side with 350’ of chain rode and a 75 lb CQR style anchor with 150’ chain and 600' of 3/4” rode on the port side



  • GPS/Plotter with 10.4" LCD screen on Flybridge
  • 15' Color monitor with tower computer set up for Maptec
  • Global EPIRB
  • Two VHF Radios
  • All antennas for electronics
  • Seatel Sat TV 24" dome
  • Nera Sat Phone, email and fax (matching 24" dome)
  • Onboard WiFi with exterior high gain antennae
  • Icom 7000 SSB, VHF and UHF transceiver
  • Sirius Sat radio
  • Krill Systems vessel monitoring package



  • Two (2) Garmin 8215 15" multi touch chart plotters in the pilothouse
  • GMI 20 and a GMX 20 displays at the lower helm
  • Garmin 8212 12" multi touch chart plotters and GMI 20 display on the flybridge
  • Garmin AIS 600 class B Transceiver
  • Garmin GMR 626 xHD2 6 kW 6' open array radar and pedestal
  • Garmin 19x GPS
  • GXM52 Sirius Weather Receiver
  • Fusion stereo system installed in pilothouse and flybridge
  • Rogue Pro Wi-Fi, cellular, router and satellite data system
  • MBR 400 broadband router and for satellite, cell, and Wi-Fi
  • Newly installed TracVision TV5, 18" dome with two (2) new receivers
  • C-Power Model 93-IXFMR 12I-A isolation transformer under the pilothouse settee



THALASSA is an exceptionally well equipped yacht with recent additions that include a complete diesel heating system, a new Bimini top, upgrades to electronics and has the benefit of the substantial planning to upgrade her from the standard specifications for this series.

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: ALASKAN
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model Year: 2004
  • YearBuilt: 2004
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/6 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 64' 0" (19.51m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 17' 2" (5.23m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 4' 9" (1.45m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 10 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 14 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 80,000 Pounds
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 350 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 1,310 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 3
  • Heads: 2
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: FRP
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
  • Model: 3126 IB
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: N/A
  • Fuel Type: Diesel