About this Yacht
Dana Point, CA
64 ft 0 in
Engine / Fuel Type:
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Builder: Pacific Asian Enterprises
Designer: Jeff Leishman
LOA: 64 ft 0 in
Beam: 20 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 10 in
Displacement: 185000 lbs
Total Power: 400 HP
Engine Brand: Detroit
Engine Model: Series 60
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 6870
Engine Power: 400 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: Fiberglass (500 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Fiberglass (3230 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3
Enter the salon from the cockpit through a double door fitted with dogs for secure sealing. To starboard is an upholstered settee with armrests, a coffee table and Ekornes recliner. To port is an L-shaped settee and dining table.
Forward and to port is the athwartship galley counter. The galley connects visually, and very nicely to the salon space. The galley is as fully equipped as any shore side domestic kitchen with a portion of the generous cold storage space onboard.
Just to starboard of the galley are steps leading up to the pilothouse. Outboard to starboard steps lead down to a landing from which the master stateroom is accessed forward, and the utility room and engine room are accessed down and inboard.
The master stateroom is full-beam with a king size bed and its own head ensuite. The master also has copious amounts of hanging locker and drawer storage space.
The two guest staterooms are port and starboard forward of the master and can be accessed through the master or from the pilothouse. The port guest stateroom has a queen bed and a generous amount of storage. It also is joined to its own head forward.
The starboard guest stateroom has two single beds and shares the forward head.
All three staterooms can be accessed from the landing at the base of the stairs down from the pilothouse.
On the lower deck, the utility room provides both, access to the utility room, with laundry facilities, and engine room. There is a crew quarters with over/under berths, outboard to port, and a crew/day head to starboard with a stall shower.
The engine room on Kapowai is every cruiser’s dream, with standing headroom for a good portion of its length fore and aft. Machinery access and tool storage are superb. It is a space by which most other cruising motor yachts will be compared. The Nordhavn fuel system combined with the keel cooled/dry exhaust system, history has proven, makes the single main engine configuration one of the most reliable available on any yacht, and has given owners the confidence to make trans-oceanic passages time-after-time.
Kapowai will have new hull paint, anti-fouling paint, keel cooler service, and stabilizer service performed during the month of June.
The interior is satin varnished teak throughout. Overhead panels are upholstered.
The salon makes maximum use of Kapowai’s beam while still allowing ample space for the starboard side deck.
To starboard is a built-in settee with arm rests forward and aft. The length of the settee still allows room for an Ekornes reclining chair forward. A teak coffee table serves that side of the salon. The settee is also a great place for TV viewing.
To port is an L-shaped settee with a large dinette table can seat 8-9 people at mealtime with the use of additional chairs.
Outboard of the settee is a Sony Bravia 48” TV on a lift. There is also a Bose entertainment system with five speakers around the perimeter overhead.
Just forward of the settee is a Sub-Zero wine refrigerator.
Large, but appropriately engineered, windows surround the salon interior providing good visibility from most anywhere. The windows have Roman shade-type covering installed in valances that surround the windows.
The cabin sole is covered with a utility type floor covering. The overheads are finished in fabric covered panels and two full-length handrails are installed as well.
Forward, the salon connects nicely to the galley creating a convivial atmosphere at mealtime.
The galley counter is topped with granite, and divides the galley from the salon, there are two installed swivel chairs well-suited to dining there.
The sole in the galley is teak-and-spruce planked.
The galley itself is equipped with the following appliances:
- Sub-Zero refrigerator, with both door access, and refrigerator drawers
- Sub-Zero freezer drawers
- GE electric oven
- GE gas cook top surrounded by pot rails
- GE Advantium microwave oven
- GE Monogram trash compactor
- Miele dishwasher
In addition to being the center of vessel operations, the pilothouse is also where the crew tends to gather. The Nordhavn 64’s pilothouse fulfills both of those activates beautifully.
Two comfortable Stidd helm chairs have a handy storage console between. The two chairs are great for teamwork between the on-watch crew.
There is a large settee with seating for 6-7 crew and dinette table to match. The sight lines from the settee afford great viewing for the crew seated there. Aft of the settee is a full-size watch berth surrounded by a privacy curtain. There are also bookshelves above the head of the berth to port.
The overhead panels were recently re-upholstered with dark fabric for nighttime electronics glare reduction. Multiple overhead handrails add to security underway.
For added convenience here is also a day head with Tecma toilet, sink and granite topped counter.
Port and starboard are Dutch doors opening to the pilothouse side decks. Each door has an interior cabinside handrail mounted next to it.
Bookshelves and workspaces complete the extraordinary pilothouse found on this size yacht. The cabin sole is teak and spruce.
- Furuno 3D Black Box (BB) plotter and radar system
- 4ea. Furuno Monitor
- 2ea. Furuno Navnet 3D control pads
- 6kW 120-mile Radar
- 12kW 120-mile Radar
- Alienware Laptop running Nobeltec charting software
- Windows ship’s computer running Navnet charting software displaying on one of the Furuno monitors
- Alienware Laptop Computer running Windows/Navnet charter software
- Trackball mouse for ship’s computer
- Furuno GPS Navigator remote display
- Furuno SC 50 Satellite Compass display
- Furuno AIS display
- 3ea. Furuno RD-30 remote displays include a variety of information
- Simrad AP50 Autopilot
- 2ea. Accusteer Autopilot pumps
- Simrad Autopilot follow-up lever
- Icom M802 Single Sideband radio
- Icom M604 VHF radio
- Maretron DSM 250 display for weather information
- Fleet Broadband Satellite phone with KVH dome
- Main engine digital display
- Back-up electronic engine control
- ABT Trac control pane
- ABT thruster jog levers
- Maxwell remote windlass control/chain counter
- Main and wing engine electronic controls as well as digital displays for both engines including the main engine DDEC digital display
- Electrical distribution panel with 12v, 24v, and 120v circuit breakers.
- 2ea. USB ports
- 12-volt cig. Lighter socket
- ACR spotlight control
- 2ea. Furuno NavNet black box 3D control pads
- 2ea. Furuno NavNet screens
- Furuno GP-37 DGPS
- Furuno RD-30 remote data display
- Simrad AP-50 autopilot control head
- Simrad FU-50 follow up lever
- ICOM M604 VHF radio
- TRAC stabilizer control pad
- ACR searchlight control pad and power control
- Detroit DDEC digital engine monitor panel
- Maxwell remote chain counter
- ABT thruster control levers
- Main engine control
- Wing engine control
Port and Starboard Wing and Aft Cockpit Control Stations
- ABT bow and stern thruster control levers
- Main engine control
- Start/stop/horn buttons
- Garmin Multi -function display, (stand-alone)
- Maretron display for weather data
- DDEC main engine display
- Feet Broadband Satellite phone
The Master Stateroom is full beam giving it a wide-open and airy feeling. There is abundant hanging and drawer storage.
The bed is king size with storage drawers below.
Electronics (listed above) provide convenient monitoring underway.
- Granite topped vanity
- Granite floor tile
- Tecma toilet
- Mirrored locker doors over vanity
- Exhaust blower
Port Guest Stateroom:
The port and starboard guest staterooms are separated by a hallway extending forward from the landing forward of the master and at the base of the forward stairs from the pilothouse.
The port stateroom features a queen size bed, locker, and drawer storage. It also connects to the forward head and the hallway. There are two opening ports, and light-colored hull ceilings, and swing out reading lamps.
The guest head is forward, using the space in section of the boat efficiently. It includes a nice size shower, Tecma head, tile floor, and granite topped vanity with mirrored locker doors.
Starboard Guest Stateroom:
The starboard guest stateroom has two single beds separated by a nightstand. There
are two opening ports, locker and drawer storage, light colored hull ceilings and reading lamps.
- Main Engine – Detroit Series 60 rated at 400hp. (6870 hrs.)
- Wing Engine – Lugger 668 (878 hrs.)
- Both main and wing engines have PTO’s installed to drive pumps for operating the hydraulic system to full power
- ABT hydraulic system includes bow and stern thrusters, windlass, anchor wash and emergency 180 gal/min. (bilge) “crash pump”. The hydraulic bilge pump Is in addition to the other electric and manual bilge pumps
- Engine room fuel supply tank
- 16kW Northern-Lights generator (2,956 hrs.)
- 25kW Northern-Lights generator (3,565 hrs.)
- Oil change system with Reverso pump, plumbed to main engine crankcase and transmission, wing engine crankcase and transmission, and each generator. Also connected to new and used 50 gal. oil tanks in the lazarette
The engine room was designed from the outset to allow easy access to critical mechanical components for maintenance and inspection underway as well as storage for tools and spares.
- Five drawer Craftsman tool chest
- 5-1/2” bench vise
- Remote main engine control
The Nordhavn fuel system is one of the most reliable found on any yacht, and consists of four storage, one main engine supply tank and one wing engine supply tank.
Total capacity: 3230 US gals/12,209 L. in the following tanks:
Forward Port tank: 660 gals.
Forward Stbd. tank: 660 gals.
Port Engine room tank: 905 gals.
Main reservoir tank: 80 gals.
Wing supply reservoir tanks: 20 gals.
The main storage tanks are constructed of fiberglass laminated with vinylester resin. All tanks have inspection ports. The engine room tanks are fitted with man-sized inspection ports and have removable baffles. Should they become contaminated and require cleaning, the interiors could be accessed.
The primary function of the main reservoir (day) tank is to provide the fuel to the main engine and generators. The wing engine has its own isolated supply tank. The main supply tank has multiple functions beyond supplying the main engine including early detection of water accumulation in the system, and cumulative fuel consumption measurement.
Should water begin to accumulate in the fuel system, it would generally do so in the lowest point of the fuel system, which would be the sump in the bottom of the supply tank which is fitted with a Racor water sensor that would sound an alarm in the pilothouse. The water could then be drained from the bottom of the sump by a valve installed there.
There is a sight gauge on the supply tank that indicates the level in the tank. While the main engine can electronically and accurately indicate its fuel consumption rate, the fuel consumption rate of the main engine plus a generator, or generator alone could be measured over a period of time on the sight gauge.
The standard fuel system has filtering and polishing capability through the fuel transfer system. Whenever fuel is being transferred, it is being filtered. The process can be done by transferring from one tank to another or one tank back to itself. In addition, fuel can be pre-filtered to the supply tank in the event that a contaminated load of fuel has been taken onboard.
The lazarette is the location of battery banks, main battery switches, chargers, inverters, steering gear and air-conditioning system compressors, watermaker, and other mechanical and electrical equipment.
The primary electrical system onboard is 60hz (North American), although the battery chargers are Victron multi-frequency “Skylla” chargers, which can accept 50 or 60hz incoming power from 85 to 440 volts. In a 50hz environment, the batteries can be charged and then 60hz AC inverted power can be pulled from the batteries to operate most of the 120-volt loads in the interior. For higher amperage loads, including laundry dryer, watermaker operation and the like, generator power would be required.
The primary distribution panel is located outboard to starboard just forward of the salon. It includes both AC and DC functions, as well as generator control panels and power input select switches.
The Skylla chargers and Outback inverters
- Village Marine watermaker
- 2ea. Trace inverters
- HVAC compressors
- Brownies dive compressor, nonoperational at this time
- New and used oil tanks
- Oil change system
DECK AND EQUIPMENT
- Fiberglass molded settee with cushions
- Fiberglass molded cockpit module with storage and sink
- Electric warping winch with foot switch control
- Aft control station with main engine control, start stop buttons, and thruster controls
- Ladder access to boat deck
- Extended swim step with take overlay
- Staple rails on swim step
- 2ea. Shorepower connections (ship’s service, and HVAC)
- Boarding ladder deployable from water
- Folding (recessed) cleats for tender and kayak tie-up
- Cockpit shower
- Fiberglass hardtop affords great access to electronic components mounted above
- 2ea. Stidd helm chairs
- Molded fiberglass settee with cushions and
- Molded fiberglass dinette table
- Molded in console to starboard with inset BBQ grill
- 2ea. Furuno Navnet monitors
- 2ea. Navnet 3 Black Box control pads
- Simrad AP50 Autopilot
- Simrad FU50 Autopilot Follow-up lever
- ICOM M604 VHF radio
- Furuno WAAS GP37 GPS
- Furuno RD-30 Remote Data display
- Main engine electronic control
- Wing engine electronic control
- DDEC Main Engine electronic display
- ACR remote spotlight control
- Ritchie 5” Powerdamp steering compass
- Main engine start/stop buttons
- Maxwell remote windlass control/chain counter
- Maxwell 4500 hydraulic windlass with band brake (new gearbox 2015)
- Chain stopper
- Large anchor locker access hatch
- Steelhead SM 2,500lb. Davit
- Access to the cockpit
- Large storage locker in aft face of pilothouse
- Walker Bay tender with Honda outboard motor
- 12v compressor for fender inflation
- 2ea. Davit controller
- Medical kit
- Nordhavn Yachts Owner’s Manual – the industry standard
- Numerous spares
- Up to date maintenance Logs
- 4ea.“Mustang Survival” survival suits, three “universal size” and one smaller
- Various pyrotechnic signals
- Emergency tiller
- Viking Liferaft with hydrostatic release
- EPRIB with hydrostatic release
- 2ea. Sea anchors
- Emergency tow rope with deck access plate
- Spare anchor
Many extra mooring lines for hurricane security