This yacht was built with the preferred 4 Stateroom Layout. The mid ship master provides a full beam quarters, as well as privacy for the owners. This stateroom has been outfitted to also serve as an office.
The VIP forward could easily be mistaken as a master in most yachts, with its natural light and private head. The third and fourth staterooms share the day head and offer plenty of room for adults or children.
The salon and galley has been customized to better serve extended cruising and living aboard. The salon was reformed into a spacious open concept with a galley bar. The galley was altered to allow for a full range and refrigerator.
The 65 Odyssey offers a spacious enclosed bridge. With great sight-lines forward and an aft station she is easy to handle in any situation. The expansive helm houses engine displays, GPS, Radar, Sounders, VFH, a remote autopilot, and bow thruster controls. Behind the two helm chairs, both starboard and port lounges offer a comfortable place to cruiser or sit and relax. Just past the aft bulkhead there is a aft facing bench with a table and a huge sun-pad.
The oversized over hang from the flybridge offers protection to the cockpit lounge and table. This raised (motor yacht style) cockpit is finished with teak decks and a custom wetbar with refrigerator.
This yacht has a custom extended swim platform to add additional space and ability to an already capable yacht. Currently the platform is outfitted with light chairs and a grill, but could easily be converted to house a live-well for fishing.
The Detroit Diesel 8V-2000s leave plenty of room in the engine room for easy access to maintenance items. The redundancy of the yacht is again found with dual generators (23kW and 15kW).