• 65'
  • 1982
  • Seattle, Washington, United States
  • $549,500


Ready To Get Away?

Perfectly positioned and well prepared to cruise the San Juan Islands of Puget Sound or, to head north to Alaska this coming summer.

"AristeiA" is truly an exceptionally well maintained example of this popular, strongly constructed and proven long-range cruiser. Stored for the past 12 years always under-cover and in the fresh waters of Lake Union in Washington State when not cruising, "AristeiA" is the perfect expedition yacht for a couple with friends or a family to take off on and go. The yacht's interior layout, with four double staterooms, galley-up, pilothouse helm station, day-head on the main deck level and a full beam walk-in engine room with full standing headroom leaves no wonder as to why this Jack Hargrave yacht design continues to be demanded by live-aboard passage-makers.

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: HATTERAS
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: 65' LRC
  • Model Year: 1982
  • YearBuilt: 1982
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: US Duty Paid
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Hardtop
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: Yes
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/8 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 65' 0" (19.81m)
  • LWL: 58' 7" (17.86m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 17' 11" (5.46m)
  • Min Draft: 4' 10" (1.47m)
  • Max Draft: 5' 10" (1.78m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 9 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: 1,450 RPM
  • Cruise Speed Range: 3,000 Miles
  • Max Speed: 11 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: 1,750 RPM
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 105,000 Pounds
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 375 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: 198 Gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 2,689 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: 1 Gallons
  • Berths: 7
  • Heads: 4
  • Sleeps: 8
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Fiberglass
  • Hull Configuration: Full Displacement
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Jack Hargrave
  • Hull Color: White
  • Hull Finish: Imron
  • Exterior Designer: Jack Hargrave
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Detroit Diesel
  • Model: GM 6-71N's
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Vessel Walk Through

Beginning aft of the transom, an FBG swim platform enables ease of boarding the vessel from a tender or floating dock. A transom door with gate allows access to the cockpit with FBG sole and storage under. Up three steps and forward, is a "line-handling" deck and a zippered flap in the eisenglass allows access to the soft enclosed and covered aft-deck. The aft-deck may be "opened up" with wing-doors, roll-up eisenglass curtains aft and side windows which slide to open. This area is particularly pleasant for enjoying relaxed and casual dining for up to 10 persons, while enjoying the views of whatever scenic paradise your voyage has taken you too.

Dual hinged doors lead forward and into the carpeted main salon. On port-side, a stairway leads down to the very private master's stateroom aft which features a king-size bed on the center-line, large head with en-suite shower and tub, two large almost "walk-in" hanging lockers, 2 chests of drawers and a flat-screen SAT TV. The master's stateroom is separated and privatized from the guest accommodations by the full beam, walk-in engine room which is forward of the M/S. An additional well insulated cold-plate refrigerator and separate freezer are installed in the companionway between the M/S and the E/R.

Back to the Salon, 2 comfortable arm-chairs with a chest of drawers in-between are on the starboard side and the entertainment center is all the way forward. Opposite the entertainment center on the port side is a leather sofa with a coffee table out front and dual side-tables w/ matching lamps. Just forward of this, is a counter with 2 swiveling stools separating the galley from the salon. The galley being open to the salon enables casual dining and an open, friendly and inviting environment for the chef/cook, guests and/or crew. Across from the galley on the starboard side is a tall and large pantry locker and a day-head is just forward of this. Forward is the pilothouse with center-line helm, a long cushioned bench seat for the helmsperson and companions, port and starboard side doors, ladder to the fly-bridge and a stairway leading down to the forward guest accommodations.

Starting all the way forward and just aft of the chain locker is the 3rd Guest's Stateroom/Crew quarters with large over/under bunk berths, en-suite head with shower, a teak chest of drawers and dual hanging lockers. A companionway leads aft to the VIP and to the second guest's staterooms. Both of these staterooms have matching single twin berths, good storage for clothing and small Sylvania flat-screen TV's. The port-side (VIP) guest's stateroom has a private entrance into the spacious guest's head and shower, large cedar-lined hanging locker and drawer storage under each berth. This head is shared with the starboard-side 2nd guest's stateroom through a door leading in from the companionway. A stacked clothing washer and 240V dryer are housed inside a cabinet across from this head to the starboard side.

The fly-bridge is accessed via a teak ladder which leads up from the pilothouse. A custom hard-top with full eisenglas enclosure covers and protects the center-line helm station and guest's seating from the weather, The large boat-deck follows aft of the covered fly-bridge.

Please see diagram of "Standard Layout" following below.

Specific equipment, appliances and gear included in each area is itemized below.

Salon Entertainment

TV - Samsung flatscreen SAT TV w/ KVH SAT signal antenna

AM/FM Stereo receiver - Onkyo

Delphi XM SAT radio tuner/receiver

Galley Appliances

Refrigerator/Freezer - GE Profile side by side. full-size with in-door ice and water dispenser

Dishwasher - Full-size Kitchen Aid

Cook-top - 4 burner Elec. GE Profile

Microwave/Convection Oven - GE Profile Advantium

Microwave oven - Sunbeam

Double S/S sinks

Great counter space and plenty of storage lockers

Additional cold-plate refrigerator and deep freezer below-decks.

Kenmore top-loading freezer on fly-bridge.

Pilothouse Electronics

Samsung SyncMaster 712 monitor displays Mariner PC driven Nobletec Odyssey TimeZero 2.1.3,3 chart plotting software

2 - Raymarine E-120 monitors

Radar - Furuno FR7111 72 Mi range

Radar - Raymarine 4KW open array - 48 Mi range

Furuno Satellite compass (model SC 30)  (2012)

SSB radio-telephone - Icom ICM700pro

VHF (2) 1 - Icom and 1 - Kenwood

Furuno loudhailer

Sailor SAT phone

Raymarine wind speed and direction indicator

Auto-pilot - Simrad AP 70 (2016) with wired remote control

Danforth Constellation compass

Linksys wireless router (Internet signal)

HP LasarJet Pro All-In-One copier, scanner, printer & Fax machine.

Flybridge Electronics

(2) Raymarine E-120 displays (radar, chart plotter, AIS, depthsounder)

Closed circuit camera monitoring system for ER, port & starboard side-decks and cockpit aft.

Samsung SyncMaster 712N monitor w/ repeater to display Nobletec chart plotting software

Automatic Pilot - Simrad AP 70 remote (new 2016)

Datamarine digital depth sounder

VHF - Standard Horizon

KVH SAT signal antenna in dome on mast

Side Power controls for bow & stern thrusters

Danforth Constellation magnetic compass

Flybridge Gear & Equipment

Custom built FBG hard-top with 4-sided enclosure installed 2005

Radar arch and antenna mast

Custom made Pompanette padded bench seating for the helmsperson and a companion aft of the helm.

(3) additional pedestal mounted Pompanette chairs for companions at helm station

Kenmore, top-loading deep-freezer

(2) double settees are aft and facing forward on the FB.

Boat Deck & Equipment

Tender - Bullfrog 11.5' RIB with solid FBG floats, center-console and Honda 4-stroke, 30 HP outboard engine. Includes sunbrella cover.

Chocks for tender mounted to boat-deck

Davit hoist with power lift and manual rotation

Deck chocks for motor bike (no bike is included)

S/S BBQ Grill (LPG) mounted on the center-line (incl sunbrella cover)

Kayaks (2) single person

Kayak (1) tandem

Custom kayak racks with launching/loading davit.

Bi-folding Aluminum ladder provides access to the top of he hard-top for servicing/cleaning.

Mechanical Details & Equipment

Main engine hours are, per the Hobbs meters 3,318 on port and 7,247 original engine hours on Strb. It is believed that the port engine hours are SMOH. All machinery aboard "AristeiA" is maintained to the highest standards and is annually inspected and fully serviced by respected diesel engine expert mechanic, Tim Irvine of Performance Diesel - Seattle, WA. at the beginning of each boating season.

Glendinning electronic engine controls w/ wired remote control for main engines and thrusters (2007)

Glendinning dual lever manual cable engine backup controls at PH Sta.

Bow Thruster - Side-power 24V (Elec) with batteries and charger (installed 2005)

Stern Thruster - Side-power 24V (Elec) with batteries and charger (installed 2008)

Naiad stabilizers (system completely overhauled)

Watermaker - Village Marine Tec (recently serviced), 800 GPD - new 2008

Dual racor fuel filter/water separators for each main engine

Single racor fuel filter/water separators for each generator.

Electric engine and generator oil changing system w/ manifold

Dripless shaft seals

Shaft Spurs on Prop shafts

1- A/C and 1-D/C fresh water pumps

air compressor

Fire suppression system

Ship's tools and Craftsman tool boxes mounted in engine room

Spare parts inventory includes back-up pumps, impellers and filters

Reverse cycle marine air-conditioning by Cruisair ( 7 units) w/ SMX digital control panels

Blackwater waste plumbing and holding tank system overhauled including all toilets replaced with new.

Electrical System

Generators (2) 20 KW each. 1-Northern Lights installed 2005 w/ 1,863 hours since and 1-Phasor (2003) w/ 2,000 hours (Approx). Installed with "Quiet-run" underwater exhausts and "hush-boxes".

32 VDC, 120/240 VAC

Engine start and house banks of batteries are "Rolls" 8-D's. Generators and thrusters have dedicated battery banks and chargers.

2-50', 50 AMP shore power cords, 8-50', 30 AMP shore-power cords, assorted "Y" adapters

Shore-power plug-ins forward and aft

Decks - Forward & Side

Galley-Maid electric windlass w/ chain gypsy

(2) FBG deck storage boxes

FBG bow pulpit w/ anchor roller and S/S bow rails.

Bruce Anchor

Life-raft - 6 person in canister (Avon - Offshore Pack)

Portuguese Bridge

Covered walk-around side-decks with security cameras

Marquipt Tide-Ride boarding stairs (8 steps)

Fender-boards, dock lines, fenders, dock water hoses, boat-hooks (2),

spotlight, windshield wipers, hailer

Aft Deck

Dining table seats 10 w/ a bench seat aft and 6 folding occasional chairs.

Cockpit Gear & Equipment

S/S framed partial sun awning

(4) Trolling rod holder installed flush in coamings

Lee Junior outriggers and mounts in coamings

(3) aft facing video cameras

Tender whips

(2) Dungeness crap pots

Galley Maid warping winch with foot switch

FBG swim platform

Transom door with gate


Galley-Maid electric toilets replaced and the waste management system was completely overhauled.

New headliners in the master's stateroom, salon, galley and pilothouse.


Honeywell intrusion alarm system

Complete set of paper charts of Puget Sound to, through and including Alaska

(1) set spare propellers

Broker's Remarks

Additional outstanding features of this LRC are a Portuguese bridge forward of the pilothouse, wide and safe covered walk-around side-decks and a large boat-deck aft of the fly-bridge. This deck provides deck space for the chocking of a tender, kayaks, bike(s), paddle-boards and/or a sunfish sailboat as some possible examples. AristeiA's owners of the last 12 years have updated the electronics, ship's systems, gear and equipment including the addition of a custom FBG hard-top over the fly-bridge with full enclosure. The machinery has been consistently serviced and maintained according to an annual schedule by these owners since 2004.

If one of your goals or an item to check off your "bucket list" is, to cruise Alaska and/or the San Juan Islands of the Pacific NW then, AristeiA is perfectly positioned to help you satisfy your dream of a lifetime. Offered for sale at a fair, if not an excellent value.


Owners personal effects, artwork, clothing, etc.


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.