The builder, Greg Sturgis, talked to designer Tom Fexas about designing his perfect yacht, but the idea lay dormant until 2005, when Sturgis gave Fexas the go-ahead for the project. It was, sadly, to be the last design that Fexas would do before his untimely death. Sturgis notes that Fexas, as talented as he was eccentric, really "got" the idea of creating a yacht that would be as versatile as a Swiss Army knife and as ruggedly all-purpose as an SUV, yet which would have a luxuriously appointed interior.

The result is, quite simply, a cruising yacht unlike any other. Whatever you think you need while afloat, you'll find that Sturgis, Fexas, and Camargue (the high-quality builder) have already thought of it.

 

Space has been allocated for scuba tanks and dive gear, the cockpit is designed (and reinforced) for a fighting chair, the engineroom is enough to make your mechanic (or an owner/operator) swoon.

 

Every system and piece of equipment has been chosen not for price, but for quality and longevity.

The Out Islander is a very cleverly designed yacht that has too many thoughtful details to mention.

Take the bridge, for example. Wing stations are outside the coamings so the skipper can see the entire side of the yacht while docking. The stairs from the pilothouse are gentle enough to take in a rush if you need to get up or down quickly.

 

The hardtop is beautifully finished and reinforced so you can stow kayaks or sailboards on it.

 

With nearly 20 feet of beam, the 64 can easily carry a full-sized RIB. And, with the bridge set well aft, it is drier and has less motion.

The engineroom is another masterpiece of efficiency, with full headroom even for someone more than 6 feet. This Out Islander has a pair of 850-horsepower Caterpillar C15 ACERTs.

 

Effort has been taken to soundproof the engineroom and the separate generator flat that holds the Northern Lights 16kW and 20kW gensets.

The Hynautic steering has redundancy with dual pumps, a Reverso pump draws from twin 15-gallon oil tanks, and a fuel polisher is standard.

 

Trac stabilizers are fitted, along with a Village Marine watermaker, Delta-T air systems, and a two-ton a/c unit that cools the engineroom.

The salon has a traditional teak interior with superb joinery. The electric hi-lo table can seat six to seven people easily, and a large-screen TV hides in the portside cabinetry.

The pilothouse is likely to be the main living area while underway, with the galley separated from the salon, a dinette opposite that converts to a pilot berth, and the helm forward.

 

The galley has all the amenities, plus granite counters, large windows, and, for cruising, a second freezer in the cockpit.

Arranged with seamanlike efficiency, the helm has twin chairs and a chart-sized navigation table just outboard of the instrument panel (charts stow in a dedicated drawer under the dinette). Twin monitors handle the electronics, and the Cat engine displays are easily visible.

 

Dogging doors on each side lead to the Portuguese bridge and, with full walkaround decks, the Out Islander 64 is well suited for short-handed cruising.

The accommodations are nothing short of, well, magnificent. The owner's suite is amidships and spans the full beam with a centerline king berth, enough lockers (including a walk-in) and drawers for liveaboards, and a built-in desk/vanity. The master head (on the two-head layout) is aft, with a luxuriously large shower.

Down from the pilothouse are two more cabins, including a very civilized VIP suite forward with offset queen berth, large hanging lockers, and en suite access to a head with shower.

 

The forward berth hinges up to reveal a cavernous space perfect for hiding guest suitcases.

 

The third cabin has been cleverly designed with twin athwartships berths that are elevated to provide stowage in the form of drawers and lockers under each berth.

Underway, the Out Islander is both comfortable and economical, topping out at more than19 knots and getting a mile per gallon at cruising speed, which is quite remarkable considering her 19-foot beam (3 feet more than similar yachts) and her sturdy heft of 54 tons. 

This is a yacht that must be scene to be appreciated. The yacht is in near "10" condition, and  owned my a serious owner with a 100 T captains license.

Specs

Builder: Offshore Out Island
Flag of Registry: United States

Dimensions

LOA: 71 ft 5 in
Beam: 19 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
Displacement: 108000 lbs

Engines

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 2009
Engine Model: C-15 ACERT
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 1678
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 850 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 2009
Engine Model: C-15 ACERT
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 1678
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 850 HP

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks: (400 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (1860 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (150 Gallons)

Accommodations

Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2


Salon

  • Stairway to master stateroom, forward starboard side

  • Single sliding aft door with fixed glass windows

  • Large windows for great visibility

  • Built-in "L" with storage

  • Built-in pop up Plasma TV cabinet

  • Choice of soffit with lighting or crown molding surrounding salon

  • Halogen Cantalupi roger white/mary gold lighting with dimmer controls and pre-wire for (4) wall sconces

  • Padded soft vinyl removable headliner

  • Powered hi-lo table with leaves

  • A/C distribution/breaker panels

  • Aft starboard storage cabinet

  • Push/release latches at all cabinets and drawers


Galley

  • Granite counter tops with overhead hanging storage cabinets

  • Halogen overhead lighting with dimmer control, under cabinet lighting

  • Drawers and cabinets fitted with push/pull latches and lined with Formica

  • Stainless steel sink with faucet

  • Soap dispenser

  • Insinkerator 777SS garbage disposal with top switch

  • Brown1055 trash compactor

  • Miele KM-421 black, four-burner 220V cook top with pot holders

  • GE JRP20BJ black oven, below cook top

  • GE JVM1490 BH microwave, over cook top

  • GE #PS123MGMBB side-by-side refrigerator with teak face

  • Teak and holly sole

  • Padded soft vinyl removable headliner

  • 12V Galley exhaust blower


Entertainment

Audio Visual Equipment:

  • Marantz Sr 5003 receiver

  • Marantz BD 7003 blue ray player

  • Marantz IPod docking station

  • 3 Sub woofers

  • Surround sound main salon

  • Speakers: Pilothouse, Aft deck, Master, Guest, Flybridge

Flat Screens:

  • 19" Toshiba, Bunk room

  • 36" Samsung, Master Stateroom

  • 46' Samsung, Salon 


Master Stateroom and Head

  • King size walk-around bed with drawers or lockers under

  • Cedar lined hanging lockers with automatic lighting

  • Built-in vanity desk

  • Built-in LCD TV cabinet

  • Insulated/cored aft and forward bulkheads

  • Halogen overhead lighting Cantalupi roger white/mary gold with dimmer controls

  • (4) 12" x 28" Manship polished stainless steel opening port lights

  • Padded soft vinyl removable headliner

  • Louvered wardrobe door

  • Safety escape hatch on overhead

  • Furuno RD - 30 display

  • 2 Engine room cameras

  • 1 Aft deck camera

Master Head:

  • Granite or marble counter top with ceramic sink, KWC faucet

  • Headhunter neoclassic station-bone head

  • Shower with acrylic door with teak frame and stainless steel fixed, teak grate

  • Halogen overhead Cantalupi roger white lighting with dimmer control

  • Attwood ventilation system

  • Teak and holly sole

  • 8" x 18" Manship polished stainless steel opening port light

  • Tilt-out clothes hamper


Guest Staterooms and Head

Forward VIP Stateroom:

  • Queen size island bed with cabinet and drawers below

  • Upper cabinets

  • Cedar lined hanging lockers

  • LCD TV cabinet

  • Halogen overhead Cantalupi roger white/mary gold lighting with dimmer control

  • Safety escape/ventilating hatch to forward deck

  • (2) Manship polished stainless steel fixed port lights

  • Padded soft vinyl removable headliner

  • Mirror on back of door

Forward Head:

  • Granite or marble counter top with ceramic sink, granite or marble seat in shower, KWC faucets

  • Manship polished stainless steel opening port light

  • Headhunter neoclassic station-bone head

  • Shower with acrylic door, teak frame and, stainless steel fixed teak grate

  • Halogen overhead Cantalupi roger white lighting with dimmer control

  • Teak and holly sole

Port Guest Stateroom:

  • (2) Single separate beds with drawers, hanging locker, Asko washer and dryer under

  • Cedar lined hanging locker

  • LCD TV cabinet

  • Halogen overhead Cantalupi roger white lighting with dimmer control

  • Manship polished stainless steel opening port lights

  • Padded soft vinyl removable headliner

  • Folded ladder


Construction Related

The OUT ISLANDER 64 LRC was one of the last designs by the late Tom Fexas. Taking cues from years of designing the Mikelson Yachts Nomad series of yacht fish and built by the renowned Camargue yacht yard (the builder of Offshore Yachts) in Taiwan. With Camargue's experience of over 120 custom builds, the Out Islander 64 LRC is not only the ultimate cruising machine, but her over built standards and quality fit and finish are second to none.

The 64 LRC is a Semi-Displacement hull with generous flair at bow sections, double chines, prop pockets, swim platform, underwater exhaust with FRP exhaust barriers.

Hull Construction:

Hand laminated FRP utilizing only bi-directional and uni-directional material, vacuum bagged Core Cell solid laminate below the water line with high quality iso and vinylester resins.

Full-length hull girders of high density foam cores with bi and uni-directional material.

Exterior hull finish in high gloss Cook gel coat, Reichold Hydrex vinylester resin laminate.

Multiple thwartship girders reducing panel size and increase impact strength.

Cored structural bulkheads padded at hull, bonded as per schedule.

Putty coated bilges for smooth finish.

All bonding of hull to deck, roofs to cabins done with FRP, exterior finished with gel coat.

30 mil epoxy barrier coating and two coats of bottom paint.

Sealed bow compartment (crash bulkhead) with water tight hatch.

Structural upper and lower FRP rub rails capped with solid stainless steel.

Prop Pockets to reduce propeller draft.

Port and starboard hull doors for convenient access.

Port lights recessed in hull sides for protection.

Hull side port lights thru bolted for added safety.

Full length keel increasing directional stability and propeller protection.

External Parts:

Hand laminated FRP construction utilizing Core Cell sandwich vacuum bagging where appropriate of exterior doors, molded in recessed window and door frames and exterior window frames, internal storage cabinet, port and starboard bulwark doors.

Stainless steel radar arch.

Molded and gel coated finish of interiors of all FRP hatches and doors.

FRP Rear fashion plates.

Tinted tempered window glass (10mm fwd, side, aft and all doors).

Flush FRP recessed access boxes for exterior plumbing and electrical fittings.

Exterior materials of gel coated FRP, stainless or optional teak, no exposed aluminum.

Superstructure and Deck:

Hand laminated FRP utilizing bi-directional and uni-directional material with Core Cell sandwich, high quality ISO resin, vacuum bagging, deck mechanically and FRP bonded to hull.

Suitable high compression cores as required for hardware mounting.

Exterior finished with high gloss Cook gel coat all surfaces, two tone non skid finish at decks.

Main deck soles and engine room bulkheads padded and cored with appropriate sandwich materials.

High bulwarks protecting recessed walk-around decks.

Leak proof window frames molded into cabin sides.

Gel coated joint at overhead deck liner to main cabin sides.

Molded in multiple facet and plank lines for detailed appearance and strength.

Lead shot for ballast.

CoreCell on the interior floor and bulkheads.


Hull and Deck

Main Deck:

  • Walk-around decks with high bulwarks midships

  • Two tone non-skid all decks, white non-skid pilothouse roof and hardtop

  • Exterior stainless 316 grade (including screws and bolts/nuts), welds ground and polished

  • 1-1/4" Stainless steel hand rails and bow

  • (4) Port and starboard bulwark doors

  • Manship overhead hatches

  • Manship polished stainless steel port lights

  • 316 Stainless steel hawse holes with cleats, 316 stainless steel bow chocks, 316 stainless steel deck cleats

  • Waterproof Imtra Tuna deck lights and Cantalupi LED safety lights

  • Re-enforced exterior doors, exterior covered with FRP and gel coated, interiors covered with matching interior wood, stainless steel door frames on pilothouse

  • Bow and stern staffs, stainless steel sockets

  • (2) Deck cleats

  • Port and starboard storage lockers at foredeck

  • Rope locker at fore peak

  • Anchor chain storage in forward with water tight bulkhead and anchor door

  • Anchor platform for (2) anchors (place anchor behind another) with pvc pipe for chain

  • Fresh and saltwater wash downs at bow

Aft Deck/Cockpit:

  • Starboard aft deck engine and thruster controls and rudder indicator

  • Portside aft deck U-Line BI-2115 icemaker and molded FRP seat, center hatch with ladder to machinery and engine room

  • Freezer space at starboard cockpit deck

  • Space at port cabinet for bar-b-que grill and sink with cover on top, tackle cabinet and locker under at port cockpit deck

  • (2) Aft deck flood lights

  • Hand held shower at cockpit deck

  • Freshwater wash down at cockpit deck

  • Swim platform

  • (4) Hawse pipes without cleats stainless steel at cockpit deck

  • Non-skid at cockpit cap rail

  • Non-skid at lanai deck, cockpit and side deck

  • (2) Maxwell 24V 3,500 lb anchor windlass with 2-station control, separate chain and rope lockers

  • Fortress FX-85 for port and a Delta 110 lb Galvanized manganese steel for starboard

  • Bennett 24" x 12" trim tabs with controls at pilothouse and flybridge

  • 1,500 lb Davit base

  • 1,000 lb Marquipt davit with Hydraulic Rotation

  • Marine Air 84,000 BTU expansion air conditioning system at forward stateroom, guest room, master room, salon, galley, pilothouse

  • Reverso 12V oil change system with 30 gallons oil tanks

  • AFI dual trumpet air horn with 12V compressor

  • Am Bosch wiper motor and wiper arm with washer system

  • (2) Headhunter neoclassic station-bone heads

  • 12V Headhunter holding tank discharge pump

  • Deck discharge for holding tank

  • Rule system high water bilge alarm with warning lights at pilothouse

  • Gate valve at each watertight structural bulkhead

  • Headhunter 110V Mach 5 as primary fresh water pump with filter and accumulator tank

  • Headhunter 12V X-caliber as standby water pump

  • Allcraft 20 gallon 110V stainless steel hot water heater

  • (2) Shower sump tanks designed for convenient access

  • Port and starboard (or fore and aft) dockside water pressure connection

  • Central drain system minimizing thru hull fittings

  • Rupp gunnel mount outriggers 


Pilothouse

  • ACR remote for search light

  • Furuno RD-30 display

  • Flir night vision camera

  • (2) Furuno 17" Navnet 3D displays

  • Furuno 25kw radar 6' open array

  • Furuno weather station

  • Furuno digital sounder

  • Simrad AP28 auto pilot

  • KVH M-7 Satellite t.v.

  • Icon M 604 VHF

  • Helm station with complete engine instrumentation, function alarms and rudder indicator

  • (2) Stidd Chairs

  • Headhunter tank monitoring system, Tank Sentry for holding tank

  • Hart systems tank tender for fuel and water levels

  • DC distribution/breaker panels

  • Chart table/locker

  • Extra chart drawer under galley cabinet, opening into pilothouse side

  • Halogen Cantalupi roger white/mary gold lighting with dimmer controls

  • Carling rock switches with indicator lights for bilge pump, light, etc. functions

  • (3) Am Bosch wiper motor and wiper arm with washer system

  • Port and starboard Aritex doors with stainless frames

  • (2) Ventilation overhead hatches

  • Built-in dinette and teak hi-lo table with hand crank

  • UV varnished veneer at forward helm console counter top

  • Teak and holly sole

  • Padded soft vinyl removable headliner

  • Sub Zero under counter refrigerator

  • Teak compass base

  • Interior stairway to flybridge with stainless steel Mainship hatch


Flybridge and Electronics

  • Manship door/hatch access to/from pilothouse

  • Helm station with complete engine instrumentation, function alarms and rudder indicator

  • Lexan venturi windshield with stainless steel frame

  • Acrylic 3 sided enclosure, 2016

  • FRP "L" seat, storage under with teak ventilation slats

  • Two granite top with searail tables and stainless steel hand crank hi/lo table supports

  • Starboard cabinets refrigerator and teak ventilation grates

  • Stainless steel radar arch with down lights

  • 1-1/4" Stainless steel handrails at boat deck

  • Freshwater wash down outlet

  • Concealed air horn

  • Non-skid at boat deck

  • (2) Pompanette AS-19 chairs

  • ACR remote for search light

  • Furuno RD - 30 display

  • Flir night vision camera

  • Furuno Navnet 3D display

  • Simrad Ap-24 autopilot

  • Icom M504 VHF

  • Hummingbird 1197c GPS/side imaging sonar

  • Frigibar custom freezer box/cockpit

Dingy/RIB:

  • Novurania 430 with Yamaha 60 hp 4 stroke engine


Electrical

Northern Lights 20KW diesel generator (1992 hours) and 16KW diesel generator (1958 hours), with 12V start, whisper sound shield, exhaust separators and E.A.R. anti vibration mounts.

  • (4) Prevailer 8D 24V gel cell main engine start batteries with box

  • (2) Prevailer 4D 12V AGM generator start batteries with box

  • (12) 180 amp hour 6V gel batteries for ship's 12V system with box

  • Battery crossover capability for main engine and generator batteries

  • Xantrex 3000 watt inverter/120 amp charger with high temp shut down

  • Newmar PT-12V-40CE, 12V ship service back up charger with high temp shut down

  • Newmar PT-24-20CE, 24V engine battery charger with high temp shut down

  • Additional 130amp 12V alternator for house banks

  • Digital DC charge rate, DC ammeters and DC voltmeters

  • 12V Distribution/circuit breaker panels with amp and volt meters

  • 120V and 240V Distribution/circuit breaker panels with amp and voltmeters

  • Marinco shore power 125/250V-50A, phone and TV cable inlets port and starboard side (or fore and aft)

  • Glendenning CM-7 cable master, 12V with 75' 50 amp cable

  • Halogen overhead Cantalupi lighting with dimmer controls throughout

  • Wall sconces in salon, reading lights in guest staterooms

  • GFI breaker protection as appropriate at deck, galley, heads, engine room and lazarette

  • Breaker protection at each AC source

  • Electrolysis bonding and grounding system with (2) 5 ¾" x 11 3/4" zinc plates and shaft scratchers

  • High temperature wiring, UL approved

  • Local phone/intercom system, 7-station

  • Wyngard TV antenna booster and selector switch

  • Breaker for search light

  • TV in master stateroom, guest room 1, guest room 2 and salon

  • Speaker systems at pilothouse, flybridge, aft deck, master stateroom, guest room 1 and guest room 2

  • Spreader lights at radar arch

  • Village Marine water maker 800/gallons per day


Engines and Mechanical

Propulsion Related:

  • Twin C-15 800hp Caterpillar diesel engines with vibration damping mounts, 12V/130amp alternator for house battery bank and ZF-350A 2.636:1 gears with Centra dampening and live PTO

  • Stainless steel #316 (with 316-L rod) exhaust risers with zinc plugs connecting to Aqua Quiet mufflers

  • 3" Aquamet #22 high strength propeller shafts

  • Bronze I struts with Cutlass bearings and damping insulation

  • Bronze intermediate struts with Cutlass bearings

  • Five-blade expanded ratio computer designed propellers

  • WBM 3" Aquamet #22 high strength rudder shafts, WBM type VI rudder solid blades per design

  • Tides dripless propeller shaft glands with dual cooling lines

  • Tides rudder shaft seal and bearings

  • 12" 25hp bow and stern thruster with central hydraulic system driven from CAT C-15, ZF350A gearbox

  • SAE C LIVE PTO hydraulic pumps. Thruster controls are proportional (3) jog lever stations included.

  • TRAC 250/7.5 fin digital stabilizers system

  • Hydraulic engine controls at pilothouse, flybridge and aft deck

  • Hynautic power steering system with coolers

  • Engine room start/stop panels with engine gauges

  • Visual and audio alarms for engine systems at pilothouse and flybridge

  • Fuel Polishing System

  • Air compressor

Utility Room:

  • Generator room 12V/DC lights x (2) pieces and 110V/AC light x (2) pieces

  • Northern Lights 16kW diesel generator and 20kW diesel generator, 12V start with whisper sound shield with gas/water exhaust separators and E.A.R. anti vibration mounts

  • Delta-T generator air intake system minimizing water ingestion, recessed and color matched to exterior

  • (2) Delta-T 11" 2412V/DC generator room blowers

  • Fire Boy MA-550FE-241 in the generator room

Engine Room and Bilges:

  • Silver aluminum perforated covering on overhead, side, fwd, aft engine room bulkheads covering multiple layers of the latest technology sound dampening and insulation

  • Stainless steel engine beds with small tapping plates under

  • (4) Marine grade FRP fuel tanks (extra fuel tank located in lazarette)FRP fuel tanks insulated to minimize condensation and noise transfer

  • Fuel manifold system for supply and return management with 2" crossover for fwd fuel (3) fill

  • Sight gages (marine grade with protective guard) at fwd bulkhead

  • Marine grade bronze sea cocks for through hulls

  • Groco sea strainers at all raw water intakes

  • Full flow stainless ball valves for all piping systems

  • Dual Racor marine filter system with vacuum gauge for main engines

  • Single Racor marine filter system for generators

  • Tank level indicator systems for fuel, water and waste tanks

  • (5) Rule 2000/12V bilge pumps; (3) RM-750/12V with Rule super switches and bilge level alarms

  • (2) Rule 2000/12V sump pumps

  • High output Whale WF-123 manual bilge pump

  • Delta-T engine air intake system minimizing water ingestion, recessed and color matched to exterior

  • (2) Delta-T 11" 24V/DC engine room blowers

  • Engine room 12V/DC lights x (4) pieces and 110V/AC light x (4) pieces

  • Fire Boy MA 1050 with engine shut down system

  • 12V Tuna light with switch at pump room and thruster/chain area

  • Freshwater wash down in engine room

  • Lonplate vinyl center floorboard on engine room and lazarette

  • 1" Thru hull with scoop for future water maker

  • (2) Power steering pumps

  •  Reverso GP-612 fuel transfer pump

Lazarette:

  • (1) Fuel tank under sole

  • (2) Overhead Imtra tuna lighting

  • Lonplate vinyl sole


Notes

Some of her features include shallow draft with protected running gear, 800 gallon per day water maker, two ice machines, two Northern Lights gens, fuel polisher, Furuno 3D electronics, walk in stand up engine room, and a life raft. Five stations with proportional bow and stern thrusters and wide covered walkways make her a dream to dock shorthanded. The cockpit is perfect for fishing and diving and has a huge freezer awaiting your catch. There are three staterooms and two heads. The master which has it's own staircase is midship and has a king bed and walk-in closet. The forward staircase leads to a queen VIP and a guest stateroom with two twins to port. She is the biggest 64 you will ever see.


Exclusions

  • Owner's Personal Effects


Mechanical Disclaimer

*Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.


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.

This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.