"Renaissance" features three owner & guest staterooms, each with ensuite baths. The crew quarters are aft with a custom queen berth and head.
Upon boarding the vessel from the aft deck, which can be completely open or enclosed with a full Strataglass enclosure, you enter the salon from stainless steel framed sliding glass doors.
The salon of Renaissance is both comfortable and elegant with beautiful satin finished cherry woodwork throughout. To port is a large L-shaped sofa with drawers below, and is complimented with a custom high gloss electric base coffee/dining table. To starboard are two barrel chairs aft, and forward is the built-in entertainment center with wet bar.
Going up 4 steps to the pilothouse level is the extremely spacious galley to port, and a staircase leading up to the flybridge. To starboard is the custom buffet cabinetry for dish and serving ware storage.
Forward of the galley is the comfortable forward facing L-shaped dining settee along with complete pilothouse lower helm station. There are port and starboard sliding doors for quick access to the walk-around side decks, and 2 full-sized Stidd helm chairs.
Forward to starboard is a wide semi-spiral staircase to the owner and guest accommodations. At the base of the steps is the combination day head/guest head. Moving forward in the forepeak is the VIP stateroom featuring a centerline queen bed and ensuite bath to starboard.
Moving back aft to port is the twin berth guest stateroom with optional 3rd pullman bunk and private entrance to head.
All the way aft is the master stateroom with centerline king bed, ensuite bath, 2 large hanging lockers, a wall of drawers to port, and desk/storage area to starboard.
“Renaissance” is currently the newest, lowest-hour, & most highly maintained 65’ Pacific Mariner on the U.S. East Coast. No expense has been spared by her owner to keep her in true proper yacht condition throughout. There are full maintenance logs available for review, along with fuel burn and performance specifications. Any prospective 65’ Pacific Mariner buyer should not miss inspecting “Renaissance”, as her condition and value will stand out above all the rest!