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|1 x 200 gal
|1 x 1400 gal
|1 x 114 gal
|Make & Model
|Make & Model
Marquis Yachts are a quality US builder known for attention to detail, striking Italian designs, sumptuous finishing, efficient propulsion, and remarkable manoeuvrability and responsiveness.
The 65 is comfortably spacious to host a party, and at the same time, is set up for easy short-handed operation - the visibility from the helm, the thrusters, and the boat’s responsiveness, all build confidence.
A Marquis 65 is shown in the Vancouver-based, futuristic, (and underrated), television show “Continuum”. One of the main characters lives abroad a Marquis 65 in False Creek.
Site 5 is gorgeous. She is an aspirational yacht. One that inspires pride of ownership, good seamanship, and most importantly; wonderful family fun with berths for seven, and room to stow several weeks’ worth of supplies and provisions, along with a host of water toys.
Step aboard the broad swim platform, and up three steps, either port or starboard, to the cockpit. From the cockpit, the walk way to the port or starboard side decks is on the same level, leading to the foredeck. Also from the cockpit, there is a large sliding glass door to the salon, and stairs up to the flybridge, upper helm, and upper boat deck.
The salon is open and broad and leads forward with the galley to port, and the lower helm station further forward and up one step. From the lower helm, there is a door to starboard leading to the side decks and foredeck.
To starboard of the helm, curved stairs lead down to the accommodations foyer to the three stateroom, three head configuration.
The master stateroom is aft, midships of the yacht, and is the full beam, with walk-in closet, settee, king size bed, his and her bathrooms, and a large tub and shower between the heads.
Forward from the foyer is the VIP guest stateroom with centreline queen bed, and private ensuite head and shower.
To port is the guest stateroom has accommodations for three with two single beds, and a fold down upper bunk on the inboard side.
Back up to the main deck, curved stairs up from the starboard side of the salon lead to the upper helm and flybridge, with a fabulous bar, upper helm seating and controls, and seating for a small crowd around a large table. Aft of the enclosed flybridge is the upper boat deck with crane and aft facing settee.
The companionway to the accommodations area leads down from the starboard side of the lower helm, to a foyer off of which are three staterooms, each with a private head and shower stall.
The Master Stateroom is midship, and is the full beam of the yacht. The entry to the stateroom has a slight hallway, with a mirrored wall and shelf for art or personal items. The bed is a California King size that is oriented on the centreline, rather than athwartships from the port side. To port is a series of drawers and lockers above a bureau. To starboard is more storage in drawers and lockers, as well as a love seat settee.
Also to starboard is massive walk-in closet with double door access. The laundry machine is within the space.
Abundant natural light comes in through six elongated fixed portlights, set behind a cherry valance.
The Ensuite Master Head is behind the bed. There are two heads, each with their own entrance, one on either side of the bed, with a shared shower and bathtub in between.
Both heads have marble tiled floors, an electric flush fresh water toilet, marble counter with under-mount basins with storage below, and access to the generous tub and shower with molded in shelves. The starboard head is little larger, giving room for the sit down vanity. Each head also has:
The VIP Guest Stateroom is forward. The Queen size berth is on the centreline, with abundant storage all around. natural light enters through two over size port lights, as well as an overheat opening hatch.
This stateroom has its own private VIP Guest Head with generous stall shower, marble floors and counter top, basin, storage, electric flush fresh water toilet and exhaust fan.
The Port Guest Stateroom is quite thoughtfully designed. The normal configuration has two twin beds. There is an insert that fills the space between these twins, making the bed king size. There is a pullman flip-down berth over the onboard twin, adding the third bed.
There is direct access to the private Port Guest and Shower , which can also be access from the foyer, so guests visiting for the day do not need to enter a stateroom to visit the head.
From the cockpit, enter through a large sliding glass door to the open salon. There are two barrel chairs to starboard, on either side o the entertainment cabinet, two swivel recliners, and a sumptuous settee to port, surrounding a cherry hi-low dining / cocktail table.
The salon is finished in rich high gloss cherry, with a designer ceiling that adds to the sense of space and openness. The floor is covered in durable carpet, with a custom protective snap-on cover. The furniture is upholstered in soft leather, “Brisa Gold”.
The galley is along the port side, forward of the salon, and integral to it. There is an impressive amount of prep space on the black granite counter tops, granite tile sole, ample storage, and all the appliances including extra refrigeration. There is also a bureau to starboard with refrigerator drawers, and pantry.
The lower helm is up one step from the salon and galley areas with comfortable seating, very good visibility all around. It is a superbly designed space where the operator can be engaged with family and guests, seated around the settee and table to port.
The pilothouse settee and helm seat are upholstered in "Brisa Gold” leather to match the salon.
The helm seat is positioned on the centreline, with folding bolster for comfortable operation while seated, standing, or leaning. The starboard door to the side decks is close at hand for quick access to the side decks, to adjust fenders and lines as needed.
The cockpit is accessed by the wide swim platform, clad in Flexiteak, through the transom doors either port or starboard. It is quite spacious with a built in settee all along the back, facing a custom table.
All the exterior decks are clad in low maintenance Flexiteak for a traditional look, and with great non-skid properties.
The cockpit and flybridge have full enclosures.
The roomy flybridge is exceptionally broad and comfortable, and it is also clad in Flexiteak. It is fully enclosed, with removable panels. A sprawling settee to starboard surrounds a large teak table, with room for a small crowd to dine.
The bar is to port. It is an inspired space, with accent lighting under the opaque glass bar top, a Corian working counter top behind the serving bar, storage lockers under, refrigerator, ice maker, electric grill, and basin.
The upper helm has excellent running visibility from the centreline helm seat. Another forward facing pedestal seat to port of the helm is for mate or guests.
With appropriate fittings, the tender can be stored either on the hydraulic swim platform, or on the upper boat deck. The boat deck is aft off the flybridge sitting area, with an aft facing settee.
The navigation systems and electronics are laid out for ease of use, and dependable operation. The system is Raymarine, with duplication between the upper and lower helm stations
Lower Helm Station
Flybridge Helm Station
The engine room is accessed via a locking water tight transom door. It is bright, with room to stand up and room to access all sides of the machinery, making service less of a chore.
Site 5 is powered by two MTU 10V2000 diesel engines, rated at 1,500 hp each. Current hours are approximately 1,190 (port) and 1,187 (starboard). These are an optional upgrade from the standard equipment, and are renowned for robust and reliable operation, for advanced fuel injection and combustion technologies maximizing fuel efficiency, advanced emission control technologies, and world wide support.
From the entry door, first come to the crew quarters, with a crew’s berth, and toilet. However, on board Site 5, this space is used as a utility room, and additional storage.
120VAC services the vessel by 50 Amp shorepower, the genset, or through the inverters. 12VDC is supplied through the large house battery bank, noted below. Both legs have appropriate fuses, breakers, voltmeters, and ammeters. Control and monitoring panels are located in the engine room, and in a locker in the salon.
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.
All personal property is excluded unless specifically identified and included in the sale agreement and listing specifications. Personal property refers to all items not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, furnishings, and recreational or entertainment items. Advertisements, marketing materials, and/or other photography may depict the vessel with personal property, however, such personal property is excluded unless otherwise specifically included as provided herein.
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Disclaimer: 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 investigatge such details as the buyer desires validated. Price, if shown, may not include applicable state or government fees, taxes, destination charges, preparation charges, or finance charges (if applicable). Final actual sales price may vary depending on options or accessories selected. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, manufacturer revision, or withdrawal without notice.