This 65 Ocean Odyssey is based on Ocean's 62-foot Super Sport hull. That's a fine bluewater platform on which to build, and the 65 has a similar 111/2 degrees of deadrise at the transom. Adding an enclosed flying bridge allowed for the pilothouse feel Ocean wanted, without detracting from the saloon...more
This 65 Ocean Odyssey is based on Ocean's 62-foot Super Sport hull. That's a fine bluewater platform on which to build, and the 65 has a similar 111/2 degrees of deadrise at the transom. Adding an enclosed flying bridge allowed for the pilothouse feel Ocean wanted, without detracting from the saloon area.
The enclosed fly bridge has a more clubhouse-like feel than the just a regular fly bridge. This nearly 90,000-pound vessel can be ably piloted from the ship like the helm, but the flying bridge's twin deep-cushion pedestal chairs, L-shape settee, wet bar, refrigerator and TV make a perfect setting. The saloon below will beckon only during more social occasions.
Under way, the 65's feel is in keeping with that of her sportfish siblings. The big boat reacts well to turns at speed, will back down without any noticeable vibration.
Construction follows traditional techniques, with solid glass below the waterline and Divinycell coring for hull sides, deck, and flying bridge. The deck-to-hull bond is fiberglassed from the bow to just forward of the cockpit.
The panoramic view from the flying bridge is an uninterrupted 360 degrees, and the windshield consists of three large glass panels. The console area is so large, the 65 is equipped with two large navigation displays, engine gauges, radios and electronic control levers.
Aft of the flying bridge, bulkhead is a rear sundeck reserved for socializing since the standard tender is neatly hidden in a one-boat garage behind a transom lifting gate. An after station control system is standard. An interior spiral staircase and exterior molded-step ladder both lead below.
The cockpit, at 125 square feet, is partially covered and houses transom seating, a table, and deep stowage facilities. Freeboard is slightly less than I expected because of the positioning of the tender below.
Engine room access is through a cockpit door makes for easy access. Once in the space, everything is painless. A full 32 inches is between engine mount stringers, and headroom throughout is 64 inches.
Compressors for the air conditioners are not jammed in here; they are in belowdecks spaces in the forward staterooms. Those spaces are a little snug, but the placement keeps the engine room open.
Batteries are neatly stowed below a fabricated shelf and in boxes. Fuel manifolds and filters are in plain sight on the forward bulkhead. The saloon sole is sealed, and low saloon decibel levels prove the attention to sound deadening is precise. After our test, the ventilation system displaced enough heat to allow a final engine room inspection. Sound-shielded 15kW Westerbekes are abaft the mains, an oil-change system is on the after bulkhead.
The interior, in keeping with Ocean's goals for this design, is apartment-like, with sectioned social venues connected by open passageways and stairs. For example, in the saloon, guests chillin' on the settee or in barrel chairs are separated from the galley and dinette by a portside bulkhead of teak cabinetry, a Corian counter, a wet bar and a large, flat-screen television. The saloon's starboard side is wide open, and the line of sight is continuous through the open (and not drastically spiraled) stairs.
At the base of the legitimately, two-person-wide staircase is the staterooms. One master stateroom with full bathroom, the 2nd stateroom also has a full bathroom, the 3rd has a set of single beds. All have tons of storage, cabinets, and a tv.
As inviting as the staterooms are, they will probably be treated like hotel rooms and used only for sleeping. The 65 offers too much else aboard for guests to waste time napping.
Dinghy included: 6-Man
Excellent condition all the way around. Everything is in PERFECT working order. The owner has taken excellent care of this Yacht and it shows. Everything is spotless. The owner continues to replace and upgrade everything before needed.
You must see to appreciate the beauty!!
Have survey from 2014.
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