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2009 Navigator 6200

Mill Bay, British Columbia, Canada

US$799,000

Excellent, roomy, west-coast Pilothouse Sedan. Bow and Stern thrusters. 2 Gens (21 kw and 10 kw), newer electronics. Very clean and well-maintained. New carpets. Viewings by appointment, please.

Basic Boat Info

Price: US$799,000
Boat Name: Hypnautic II
Make: Navigator
Model: 6200
Year: 2009
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 62 ft
Length Overall: 63'10 ft
Beam: 17'4 ft
Max Draft: 5'6 ft
Displacement: 78,000 lb
Free Board: 17'3 ft
Deadrise: 15 °

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Volvo
  • Model: Penta D12
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 715hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Engine Hours: 450
  • Engine Location: Port
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Volvo
  • Model: Penta D12
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 715hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Engine Hours: 450
  • Engine Location: Starboard
Total Engine Power: 1,430hp
Cruising Speed: 22.59 kn
Maximum Speed: 24.33 kn

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 1,000 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 250 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 140 gal

Other

Heads Count: 3
Boat Class: Motor Yachts

Disclaimer

Royal Marine Yacht Sales,Inc. is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Custom Yachts.


Manufacturer's Description

Navigator History
Since the early 1960s, Jule Marshall has been building fibreglass boats in California for use on the West Coast. Today, much like in the beginning, you'll find Jule living out his passion in his Perris, California boat yard. Jule's father built boats before him, and he and his sons, Steve and Gil, carry on that tradition.

Jule was raised in Newport Beach where he still resides with his wife, Bonnie. He oversees the entire boat building operation, along with his two sons, who have been involved in the business since they were youngsters.

The Navigator and Californian boat lines are classically designed with value in mind. Skilled craftsmanship and quality materials are the focus of this American-owned and American-built company. Since 1988, the Marshalls have built over 1000 high quality, semi-custom pilothouse yachts. Their focus for creating a unique and superior product remains unchanged.

Fuel Efficiency
Navigator Yachts hull shape was designed with one thing in mind: make the best use of a minimum amount of fuel and horsepower, and retain the maximum amount of boat speed and efficiency. In doing so, Navigator created a wide hull shape that is stable at rest and at displacement speed, while achieving 30% less wetted running surface when on a plane. The result is a hull with much less drag, a significantly smoother ride and far better fuel economy.

Performance

Navigator Yachts hull shape was designed with one thing in mind: make the best use of a minimum amount of fuel and horsepower, and retain the maximum amount of boat speed and efficiency. In doing so, Navigator created a wide hull shape that is stable at rest and at displacement speed, while achieving 30% less wetted running surface when on a plane. The result is a hull with much less drag, a significantly smoother ride, and far better fuel economy.

Features

Wide open floor plan with clear views from pilothouse to cockpit

21-knot cruise with twin Volvo Diesels - 715 hp each

Galley - modern galley with plenty of storage, cooktop, convection oven, dishwasher, trash compactor, coriander counters, large pantry and much more.

Master Stateroom - everything a full-beam master stateroom should be. Standard king size bed, full walk-around, large hanging lockers, large hull windows, "his" and "hers" heads with joining shower and tub.

Three staterooms, three heads, six berths.

Pilothouse - Plenty of seating for friends and family. Large flat dash area within the pilothouse allows for flush mounting of all the navigation electronic systems.

Cockpit Lounge Area - large cockpit with bench seat and optional table provides for excellent entertainment in the sun.

Bow Entertainment - the bow area has six different options. Configurations for seating, sunning, dining, and storage are available.

Large utility room forward of engine room offers abundant storage.

Hull Windows - large hull windows provide natural light to the daylight master stateroom. 

Equipment

- Dripless shaft logs
- Upgrade AGM batteries
- Water pump upgrade
- Diesel heat
- Cable Master
- Cockpit controls
- Transom shower
- Hull windows
- 40" salon TV Bose sound system
- 32" TV master
- 20" TV other staterooms
- Upgrade upholstery
- Hi-gloss cherry salon, galley, pilothouse
- Barrel chairs x 2
- Defrosters
- Vacuflush heads
- Heat and Air Conditioning
- Wood upgrades
- Custom overhang up-grade
- Oil change system
- Hawse holes
- Spot light
- Central vacuum
- 21 kw gen set
- 10 kw gen set
- Radar, GPS, Chartplotter, Autopilot, VHF
- Cockpit seating
- Bow seating
- Bow thruster
- Stern thruster
- 300' chain
- Custom canvas
- Washer and Dryer
- Dishwasher

Recent Upgrades

Sept 2017:
- new carpets
- new E series touch-screen RayMarine

June 2018:
- new light fixtures in salon

Northwest Yachting Article

January 2010 edition of NW Yachting:

"The Navigator line of fine yachts are certainly not new, especially to boaters in the Pacific Northwest who take their extended offshore cruising seriously. What is new is this strikingly good-looking Navigator 62 Motor Yacht recently launched out of this highly respected Southern California builder's yard. Located in Perris, not far from the Pacific Ocean, the Marshall family has been building these fine offshore cruising vessels for over 20 years and in that time they have delivered over 1000 boats. The simple fact that they've been in business that long and have successfully delivered this many boats are certainly excellent reasons to give the new 62 a closer look. The really amazing part of this story is the fact that even in this somewhat depressed selling climate amazingly enough the Navigator 62 continues to sell like hotcakes. In December alone Sundance sold two of these magnificent vessels and now has buyers with checks waiting for the next boat.

Like the vessels preceding the Navigator 62, the main premise from this yard is a simple one: value. While other builders will tend to overuse that word, the Marshall family backs it up by delivering a quality product assembled by skilled craftsman using very high quality materials. The other side of this remarkable equation is the design and build process that allows a vessel of this size to be easily maintained by the owners should they choose this option. The basic philosophy here is that the Navigator 62 is a vessel that has been built to be cruised extensively anywhere the owners want to go in pretty much just about any conditions. This is not a boat that needs to be pampered and kept in the yard for long periods of maintenance and upkeep. The systems are simple,well-designed, easily accessed and therefore easy to maintain.

Naturally the heart of any long range cruiser is the power plant and the Navigator 62 certainly doesn't disappoint. The standard engines are a pair of very robust and fuel efficient Volvo-Penta D12's rated at 715 HP at 2300 RPMM. You should also remember that the Navigator Yachts hull shape was designed with one thing in mind: make the best use of a minimum amount of fuel and horsepower, and retain the maximum amount of boat speed and efficiency. In doing so, Navigator created a wide hull shape that is stable at rest and at displacement speed, while achieving 30% less wetted running surface when on a plane. The result is a hull with much less drag, a significantly smoother ride, and far better field economy. As an example, at 1,000 RPM's you can cruise a leisurely 8.6 knots burning a miserly 6 gph for 1611 miles. That's Seattle to Ketchikan and back with a safe, comfortable fuel reserve margin. Plus if you're going to make that trip you'd really like to have the speed to outrun approaching storm systems or make the tidal gate at Seymour Narrows. Just push the throttle down and the 62 will surge quickly and confidently to 24.4 knots."

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 investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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