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2018 Custom 64' 19.51 m CK64


Charlotte-Amalie, Virgin Islands (US)

Near perfection. This custom-built 64' catamaran built by Squalt Marine Intl is beautiful inside and out, with innovative engineering from top to bottom. Four (4) large suites plus 2 crew cabins. Built for speed, the entire construction of the hulls and superstructures is in aluminum.

Flag of Registry: United States

Vessel ID# 2790541Last Updated: 07-12-2022 14:29:27

Custom Design & Built
Luxury Throughout
Prestine Condition
Easy Handling
Aluminum Construction
Notable Upgrades:


Near perfection. This CK64, custom-built 64' catamaran built by Squalt Marine Intl is beautiful inside and out, with innovative engineering from top to bottom. Four (4) large suites plus 2 crew cabins. Built for speed, the entire construction (planking + frames) of the hulls and superstructures is in aluminum alloy 5083 H111. Review the details for all the incredible features and luxury extras.


• The entire construction (planking + frames) of the hulls and superstructures is in aluminum alloy 5083 H111 

• The lined sheet is welded inside and outside (MIG processes) and checked by penetrant testing; 

• The stringers, ribs and floors are welded alternately; 

• Watertight bulkheads are continuously welded on both sides; 

• Integrated diesel and water tanks. 

• For non-visible and non-coated surfaces, the welds are not ground. This makes it possible to increase safety in terms of the resistance of the welds under the nacelle subjected to slamming. 


• Profiled aluminum rudders 

• Aluminum rudder stocks 

• Marsili hydraulic tiller system 

• Aluminum quillons 


• Thermal and sound insulation above the waterline by projected polyurethane foam (hulls and deck) 

• Reinforced insulation of the engine compartments and the generator compartment: Rock wool plus machine and sound insulation foam plus perforated aluminum protective sheet 


• mixed International / awl grip process. 

• Underwater parts receive the following treatment with epoxy primer + anti-fouling paint: 

– degreasing – pickling – 3 to 4 coats of epoxy primer 

totaling 200 μ – 1 coat of epoxy vinyl of 50 μ – 2 coats of antifouling 

• .The topsides receive the following epoxy primer treatment: 

– degreasing – pickling – 1 coat of 50 μ epoxy primer – application of epoxy filler – sanding – 1 polyurethane undercoat – 3 polyester urethane finishing coats. 

• The deck, on its exposed parts, and in the traffic areas, receives the epoxy paint treatment with the addition of anti-slip. 

• Rear cockpit, flybridge, skirts and 8mm thick teak steps 

V. MAST and BOM 

• 24m painted aluminum mast, Maréchal Z 1602 

• 8.50m painted aluminum boom 

• Wind vane, Led navigation and anchor lights, topmast light and deck light; 

• 4 rungs of retractable mast at the foot 

• Ladder for access to the coachroof via the forward cockpit on starboard 

• Aluminum bowsprit 


• Sparcraft monostrand stainless steel rigging. 

• Profurl NC530 electric genoa furler 

• Fixed staysail on carabiner 


• Zone de manoeuvre du cockpit pour les écoutes du génois, de Gennaker, les réglages de chariots de génois, la balancine de bôme et les bosses de ris 

• 1 drisse de grand-voile moufflée (polyster/dyneema) 

• 1 drisse de génois (polyster/ dyneema) 

• 1 balancine de bôme 

• 1 drisse de genneker 

• 1 drisse de trinquette 

• 1 bordure de grand-voile (sangle) 

• 2 écoutes de grand-voile-système de palans doubles 

• 3 bosses de ris (polyster/dyneema) 

• 2 écoutes de génois (polyster/ dyneema) Fournisseur Cousin ou Lancelin


• Supplier Elvstrom cruise dacron double ply 

• Fully battened mainsail of 120m² Antal double ply, Dacron, 3 reefs and anti-chafe strips 

• 130m² genoa on double-ply Dacron furler with anti-UV band 

• Total sail area, 250m² upwind and 320m² downwind Staysail 


• Glazing in 13mm tempered laminated mineral glass, gray tint; 

• 2 opening deck hatches (chain locker and rope storage locker); 

• 1 opening deck hatch per cabin (4 cabins); 

• 1 opening deck hatch per bathroom (4 bathrooms); 

• 1 opening deck hatch per crew cabin (2 crew cabins); 

• 2 opening deck hatches in the saloon (roof); 

• 1 sliding door in double glazing, tempered laminated mineral glass, for access to the aft cockpit; 

• 2 portholes per cabin 

• 2 opening portholes towards the aft aprons; 

• 2 opening portholes towards the forward cockpit (square) 

• 2 opening drained deck hatches for access to the engine compartments; 

• Storage locker for diving equipment and gas in the rear transoms 


• 2 rear and front pulpits in A4 316 Ø26 stainless steel and 10 Ø26 stanchions 

• Pulpit with flag pole and buoy support 

• Stainless steel handrail running behind the aft cockpit seats 

• 12 lifeline anchors in the cockpits and on deck 

• Welded aluminum toe rail 

• 4mm double level die in stainless steel 

• Chandeliers and balconies of 85cm. 

• Wooden front pulpit seats 

• • A door on each sid


• Large aft cockpit protected by the upper deck, with lighting 

• Seats incorporating large storage spaces 

• Floor and steps in natural teak 

• 3 benches with storage boxes 

• 6 stools/ storage 

• A fridge for drinks + a freezer 

• Cockpit table 

• Comfortable stainless steel swim ladder on port skirt accessible for man overboard 

• Aft cockpit upholstery (seats and backrests) to be determined 

• Aft cockpit sundeck upholstery to be determined 

• Aft cockpit complete closing cover 

• Underwater lighting at the level of the rear apron (high lighting power projector) 


• High helm station: 2-seater helm seat 

• Instrument console at helm station with magnetic compass 

• Instrument console at helm station with cable-operated engine controls 

• Ray Marine Axion 15 navigation unit visible from the helm station 

• Composite steering wheel 

• Electric motor control 

• Remote control of motors and guide for mooring and anchoring 



• Interior finishes: carpentry in veneered marine plywood sandwich and honeycomb (NIDAPLAST + formica + glued edge on visible finishes) to save weight 

• Bathroom in white laminate 

• Synthetic stone for the kitchen worktop (see corian) 

• Height under bar 2.15-2.25m in living areas 

• Handrail in the descents 

• Marine grade hardware 

• • Indirect lighting and step lighting


• 2 forward cabins with access via deck hatches 

• An aluminum ladder 

• Plywood floors 

• Polyester ceilings and facings 

• A double bed + a single bed per cabin on the port side 

• A double bed + desk on the starboard side 

• Wardrobe and storage 

• A shower cabin with electric toilet per cabin 


• Spacious, airy and bright saloon, on the same level as the aft cockpit 

• Approx 2.20m high under the bar 

• Front and side panoramic glazing, with openings in the front glazing 

• Plenty of storage under the saloon bench seat 

• Sliding door to aft cockpit 

• Large table for 8 to 10 people 

• Storage area 

• Interior curtains in the saloon 

• Microfiber saloon upholstery 

• 3 armchairs and 3 pouffes for indoors and outdoors 


• Console for navigation instruments – Raymarine Axion 12- 

• Main electrical panel at the chart table 

• Chart table with panoramic view 

• Storage in and under the chart table 

• Helm control joystick 

• Additional electric motor controls


• U-shaped galley to starboard 

• Direct access to the aft cockpit via sliding window and openings in the glazing 

• Double deep stainless steel sink on worktop with hot/cold water mixer tap 

• Synthetic stone worktop 

• Storage cupboards and drawers 

• Storage column 

• Professional 3-burner gas cooker (Burgundy Embassy) 

• Extractor hood ventilation outlet outside superstructure side face 

• A refrigerator freezer Ref HAIER HB21F 6 (American fridge) 456l positive and 229 negative or similar 

• Dishwasher 


• 4 Grand Comfort cabins 

• Double bed 150 x 200 with access from both sides in the aft cabins and access from one side only in the other two cabins 

• High density mattress on a slatted base 

• Large wardrobe and shelves 

• Several storage and equipped 

• 4 drawers under the bed 

• An office space 

• LED lighting 

• Ambient lighting 

• 2 reading lights 

• Height under bar 2.15 m 

• Large hull glazing 

• An opening deck hatch 

• Large mirror 


• Shower room per cabin 

• PLANUS electric toilet 

• Basin on worktop with a hot/cold water mixer tap 

• Plenty of top and bottom storage 

• Towel rack 

• Mirror with LED lighting 

• Inner hull porthole in the shower 

• A large opening deck hatch 

• Large fixed glazing 

• Separate shower with plexiglass walls 


• 2 x 110 CV atmospheric engine (option SD4.140 TIC SCAM 3.8l) 

• 2 propellers 

• Sea water filter 

• Electric motor control in the chart table 

• 2 rudders on plate 

• Rudder tube 

• Bar system: Hydraulic transmission Marsili double cylinders 

• 24 volt hydraulic pump in the engine compartment 

• Engine hold ventilation: forced suction and extraction in the aft beam and the skirt wall 

• 10Kva 380V generator: SCAN SDA10M 

• Watermaker: Hydrotechnical 280l/h 380V 


• 24V power circuit 

• 1 set of lead gel service batteries: 24V 1,600 Ah 

• 4 x 140A lithium battery 

• 1 24V panel for the main functions with battery monitor 

• 1 power protection box 

• 2 coupled alternators 24V 190Ah Balmar 97EHD special lithium battery 

• 2 starter batteries per engine 2x100Ah 12V with switch to another engine if necessary 

• 400/240 AC circuit including 

• 4 outlets per cabin 

• 3 USB sockets per cabin 

• 6 in the kitchen 

• 1 per each engine compartment 

• 2 per crew cabin 

• 1 panel 400/240V 

• 1 shore power supply 50Ah in the rear skirt Lighting 

• 24V LED exterior lighting 

• 24V LED interior lighting 

• Ambient lighting 

• Courtesy lighting 

• Double navigation light 

• Underwater lights at the rear skirts 


• Water and diesel fillers on port and starboard 

• 2 x 3200 L fuel tanks in aluminum with gauges and transfer system from one tank to another by electric pump 

• Plumbing circuit with mixing valves 

• Pressurized fresh water system 

• Fresh water tanks 2 x 1200 liters in aluminum with gauge at the chart table 

• Hot water circuit with an 80 l water heater on the galley side and another 40 l located in the corners of the saloon 

• Fresh water deck fillers on deck 

• Fresh water shore connection 

• Drainage of showers and sinks into gray water tanks by an automatic pump (lifting box type) 

• Black water tank 4 x 80L in the nacelle corner draining by gravity plus deck socket 

• Planus electric toilet in each toilet 

• High flow manual pump per hull 

• 2 automatic bilge pumps per Rul 1500 gallon hull 

• 2 automatic bilge pumps per forward compartment 

• 2 automatic bilge pumps per engine compartment 

• 2 pumps attached to the bilge circuit allowing the port hull fire supply at the stern and starboard hull at the bow 

• Recovery of rainwater on the Roof device with filtration and by-pass valve (reservoirs or exterior) 


• All the maneuvers are brought back to the front cockpit of the Fly 

• Headsail halyards 

• 3 Anderssen self-tailing winches 

• 2 62 ST for genoa (see electrical option) 

• 2 58ST for mainsheet (see electrical option) 

• 2 58ST reefing 

• 2 58ST in the aft cockpit for mooring and spinnaker or gennaker 

• 3 winch handles 

• Genoa tracks on the coachroof 

• Ascenders and pulleys 

• Front trampoline nets 

• 1 24V electric GV halyard winch at the mast feet 

• Dyneema halyard for gennaker/code zero, pulley and jammer in forward cockpit 

• Sheets, return pulleys and textile loops for hitting on rear chainplates 

• Furler option for code zero and/or gennaker 

• with tack tackle on jammer 

• Dyneema halyard for gennaker/code zero, pulley and jammer in forward cockpit 

• Sheets, return pulleys and textile loops for hitting on rear chainplates 

• Fittings main supplier ANTAL 


• Inertia compression beam, forestay chainplate and mooring cleat 

• 11 mooring cleats 

• 2 Front towing posts. Note see to reduce them 

• 1 electric windlass on deck 2700w (semi-recessed), 24v with horizontal gypsy and ITALWINCH/ORVEA remote control 

• Chain and cockpit rinsing seawater pump (forward and aft) Fore and aft mooring pack including: 

• 1 55kg galvanized steel anchor (SPADE) with 100m of 14mm galvanized HR chain, guard 70, anti-rollover shackle and crow's foot for forward anchoring 

• 1 galvanized steel anchor 35kg with approx. 20m of galvanized HR chain 12 mm grade 70 

• 1 galvanized steel anchor 25kg with 50m of 16mm nylon line for rear 


• Washing machine-dryer 10kg – 7kg 220V outside starboard cockpit 

• Additional capacity for refrigeration (90L) or storage (90L) in the cockpit 

• Air conditioning in the saloon and cabins: U Flex velair interchangeable individual air conditioning system: 

• 7000 BTU per cabin including crew 

• 2 compact system I10 13000BTU 

• Option: fuel heating 


 Option to be defined with the shipowner 


• Main supplier Ray-marine 

• Chart table 

• VHF transceiver with DSC Ray 90 

• AIS700 

• 4 pack i70s 

• wireless remote control 

• AXIOM 12 RV, 12’’ multifunction touch screen Helm station 

• Raymic VHF Ray 60, 70 and 90 handset 

• AXIOM 12 RV 

• 12’’ multifunction touch screen Mat rear 

• Radar antenna Quantum Q24D Doppler Graphic sounder 

• RV-300 Realvision 3D plastic through-hole probe 0° 

• Backup autopilot computer and drive unit with switch 

• Marine audio pack including 

• Marine stereo 

• Bluetooth Kit 

• 2 x 100W interior loudspeakers 

• 4 x 2-way 200W waterproof outdoor loudspeakers Radio pack including 

• UD755 AM/FM MP3 dock station 

• FOCAL FPX 4.400SQ Class A/B amplifier 

• 2 HP interior FOCAL 250mm P25F shallow with isolation box 

• Special shielded cables 

• VHF/Hifi switch 

• 4 x two-way Fusion 4'' exterior loudspeakers FR4021 

• Audio-video system in saloon 


• Location of the antennas on the antenna support mast and aft boom support 

• Wifi / 4G antenna + wifi amplifier box and connection to the chart table 


• Iridium Go satellite phone 

• Sailor fleet one satellite phone 


 Option: to be defined with the shipowner 


• 6 Fendertex inflatable fenders 120 x 40cm, 

• 2 per Fendertex spherical beaters 59 cm 

• 2 dodgers in hull protection fabric 

• 4 x 20 meters 18mm polyester spikes 

• 2 x 20 meters 18mm polyester guards 


Option: to be defined with the shipowner 


• Preparation of hulls and antifouling (seajet) 

• Craning and launching 

• 2000 liters of diesel 

• Commissioning 

• Training and introduction (1 week) for 2 people 

• Provision of a berth at the port of Bizerte for one month 



LOA: 64' (19.51 Meters)

Type: Sail- Used

Year: 2018

Beam: 30' 2''

Draft Max: 4' 7''

Cabins: 4

Sleeps: 12

Single Berths: 1

Double Berths: 6

Heads: 4

Crew Cabins: 2

Crew Sleeps: 5

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Aluminum

Hull Shape: Catamaran

Air Conditioning: Yes

Tower: No

Fuel Tank: 1690.7 Gallons (6400 Liters)

Fresh Water: 634.01 Gallons (2400 Liters)

Holding Tank: 34.34 Gallons (130 Liters)

Dry Weight: 64000

Imported: Yes


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Engine 1

  • Engine Make: SCAM
  • Engine Model: 140 cv
  • Engine Year: 2019
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Stern
  • Power HP: 140.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Location: Port

Engine 2

  • Engine Make: SCAM
  • Engine Model: 140 cv
  • Engine Year: 2019
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Stern
  • Power HP: 140.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Location: Starboard

William West

ADVENTURE 64ft Custom Yacht For Sale


International house 10
Beaufort Court
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London E14 9XL UK
Phone: +44 161 931 9070

ADVENTURE 64ft Custom Yacht For Sale

William West

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London E14 9XL UK
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William has been a successful entrepreneur and avid sailor for 20 years. He founded four technology start-ups and served as vice president at four public companies He has sold over $100M in total business within 13 industry sector leaders. His clients include Microsoft, Anheuser-Busch, Walmart, Amazon, Intel, McDonald’s, Pfizer, etc. His success has been recognize across 50 industry awards and 20 entrepreneurial awards, including six Inc. 5000 awards. He was featured on CBS 60 Minutes and Forbes magazine and also wrote two books on business operations. As a certified skipper, he and his son have sailed nearly every island in the Caribbean.