JUST REDUCED AGAIN - OWNER WANTS OFFERS!
From time to time during this broker’s 40+ years specializing in representing semi-custom and limited production high quality cruising yachts a truly special boat becomes available. VALOR, a perfect Great Loop cruiser with a shallow Bahamas Draft, is one of those boats. And she stands in the front of the class. For more than one reason.
I know, I know you say. I’ve heard this before, and before and before. It seems like every listing makes this claim. Every boat is “pristine”, “excellent”, “the best”, “immaculate”.
In fact our society has become numb to those and so many other words of description because when watching a hockey game every save is “exceptional”, every hit is “devastating”, every move “unbelievable”. Every football catch, block or end run is “tremendous”. Every product advertised is “the greatest” or “unsurpassed”.
What happened to “good”, “nice” or “does the job”?
And what is worse when we use the product or show up to see the boat or home or whatever we so often are disappointed and yes, angry because it has been grossly misrepresented. All those glowing words and descriptions are just not true. And all those pictures really don’t tell the story accurately.
Well this is one time you can believe what the pictures are saying and trust that what the narrative portrays is what you will find. Because the things you see in the pictures that look like marks on the hull are actually the anchor line or bow wave reflecting in the glistening black hull. And the picture that comes to mind when reading the descriptions and storyline is what you will actually find when you show up to inspect what might be the finest example of a (Grand) Alaskan 64 Pilothouse yacht. If I had to describe her in one word? Striking! And I mean that in only the best of ways.
What Makes VALOR so special you ask? Read on to find out.
VALOR is hull #36 of this series of boats built at the Tania Yacht Co. facility in Taiwan and was completed before the importer of these fine yachts slipped into financial difficulty. The first of her 3 owners (Yes she has had only three owners including the current seller) had her built and was a very hands on buyer who visited the factory more than once during the many months it took to complete this highly customized limited production yacht. As a knowledgeable yachtsman no detail was over looked and it is obvious that his “better half”, the admiral and other 50% of this experienced cruising couple had a lot to do with the interior layout and details. They then cruised this beautiful yacht for 3+ years and sold her to another yachtsman from Alabama who cruised her lightly for another 3 years and then put her up for sale. During her years she spent some time in covered slips and fresh water including the last year of her life under the second owner when she was berthed in a covered slip in Demopolis, Alabama.
It was there that the current owners found her and fell in love. They not only continued to maintain her in proper condition they stepped it up a notch or three. BAM! All machinery and machinery services were brought up to date including CAT 1000 hour service for both mains at 2150 hours. In fact all systems were thoroughly inspected and many items serviced and some even replaced preemptively in preparation for extended cruising. No detail was overlooked. The varnish was redone and brought up to “yacht” condition and has been kept that way. The hull was and has been repeatedly polished with the latest in polymer treatments to maintain her deep mirror like finish. The Salon settee was removed and more comfortable furniture was installed which also expands the sleeping capacity for when the grand children are aboard. The fixed varnished cockpit table was removed creating more aft deck space and is in storage as are the three salon/galley counter bar stools.
She has just had her annual visit to the yard for 3 coats of fresh Sea Hawk BIOCOP bottom paint, running gear cleanup and refinishing with Prop speed, stabilizer service and exterior & hull polishing. The CAT electronic displays (ECMs) show 2556 & 2558 hours on her 700hp CAT C-12s. At the time of purchase the ECMs showed 2115 hours and had burned about 4.3 gallons per hour per engine over that time. It was noted at that time by the CAT surveyor that “The established overall load factor of the engines in this vessel is exceptional at 21% - 22%. The load factor is well below the Caterpillar recommended maximum percentage load”. He further noted “The port engine has consumed 8,973 gallons of fuel to date, and the starboard 9,150 gallons. The engines are designed to consume approximately 150,000 gallons of fuel before a major overhaul, or achieve approximately 10,000 hours. Scheduling preventive maintenance with the assistance of the fuel consumption is the preferred method over engine hours.” The current owner has continued to cruise her the same way (approx. (9 knots) since purchasing her. Based on that the current fuel consumption indicates only 7% of the engine life has been consumed to date rather than the 26% the engine hours might indicate (which is still a low number). Based on this data someone’s grandchildren will be running this boat before these engines need major service.
As a wise man once told me “The only Constant in Life is Change” and just such a change in the owner’s lives and future cruising plans means that VALOR is not the right boat for those plans. Their long range cruising now complete they offer VALOR for sale creating the opportunity for you, the next owners, to realize your dreams of throwing the lines and being free to explore. Explore local haunts, coastal ports near and far, the hidden harbors of the islands, the beauties of the canals and waterways of the U.S. and Canada on the Great Loop or the splendors of the Pacific Northwest.
If these are or have ever been your dreams VALOR stands ready to take you there safely in style and comfort. She is the perfect size “personal yacht”, large enough to accommodate you and your guests easily but not too big for a couple to handle and maintain along the way.
So act now. Give me a call, because remember;
Deeply Graven is the message “It is later than you think.”
The clock of life is wound but once and no man has the power
To tell just when the hands will stop, at late or early hour.
Now is the time you own, The past is but a golden link
Go cruising now my brother, It is later than you think!
The vessel VALOR can be boarded via the integral swim platform from a floating dock then up the steps to the Aft Deck. Or from port or starboard hull side gates from fixed docks. The spacious teak Aft Deck has built in seating, storage cabinets, and access to wide covered teak side decks.
Forward through double doors is the spacious Salon with large windows, a built in settee to port, new 42" popup smart TV to starboard and open same level to Galley. The day head is to starboard.
The Pilothouse is four steps up and forward where there is a forward facing settee, center helm and comfortable steps to the Flybridge.
The centerline Master Cabin is accessed from private starboard side stairs next to the Galley. The Master has a king size berth, private head and the yacht's laundry facilities.
Steps from the Pilothouse lead forward to the centerline VIP Cabin, a private Head and a very functional Office Area.
The Flybridge is well laid out with twin helm chairs, ample seating, a great bar with BBQ followed by the open Boat Deck.
The Engine Room is accessible from the Master Cabin or from the Lazarette via a hatch in the Aft Deck sole.
The bow area has built in seating forward of the Portuguese bridge.
Entering through the double doors from the Aft Deck the bright and airy Salon features a teak and holly sole with a loosely laid area rug. To port upon entering is a swivel LA-Z-Boy recliner followed by a free-standing sofa that converts for sleeping. A built in end table with a table lamp is in the corner between the sofa and chair. A teak hi lo folding leaf table lies in front of the sofa.
To starboard upon entering the Salon is a glass front cabinet with three burlwood storage drawers below. Next forward is a cabinet housing a new popup 42" LED HD smart TV. Twin doors can be opened to allow viewing of the TV while in the down position. Next forward is a barrel swivel chair with a storage ottoman followed by a bar cabinet concealing a freezer. The private Day Head including a full size Headhunter toilet and vanity within is next forward. Just ahead of the Day Head are the stairs to the private Master Cabin. Forward in the Salon is a bar height granite countertop that faces the open Galley forward.
Also in the Salon port and starboard is soffit type AC delivery, large side windows with Roman shades all around, stereo speakers, 11 overhead mini spots, digital AC controls and two large teak columns set upon the Galley countertop which add a very special feel to this area.
Two teak doors offer storage under the bar facing aft. A teak grab rail is centered overhead in the Salon. Rope lighting behind the valance offers a very nice nightlight effect.
The open Galley is next forward and is U-shaped off the portside of the yacht. It is at the same level as the Salon. Features of the Galley include the following equipment:
Teak & holly sole
Black Granite countertops
(4) Sub Zero refrigerator drawers w/locks
Fisher Paykel drawer type dishwasher
GE Adventium stainless steel oven/microwave w/exhaust fan & work light
GE Monogram Ceran top 4 burner cook top
Insinkerator garbage disposal
(GE Chest type freezer on Flybridge)
Under mount double stainless steel sink
Removable spray faucet
Ample burlwood drawers & cabinets including cabinets over the breakfast bar
From the Galley, there are three steps up to the Pilothouse on the starboard side. Immediately to starboard are six carpeted steps with step lights up to the Flybridge via a large sliding hatch. Just forward of the steps is a built in cabinet with three burlwood drawers followed by a Dutch door leading to the side decks. Inboard of the steps from the Galley is a cabinet with the yacht's stereo gear including a Denon Multi Zone audio/video receiver, a Sony DVD player and a 6 position speaker selector. A table lamp is above followed by an L shaped settee with customized teak storage cabinets. The settee converts to a large watch berth. Three fiddled bookshelves are behind the settee. A double leaf opening teak table on a stainless steel pedestal is in front of the settee. At the end of the settee is a storage cabinet and two storage drawers. A matching Dutch Pilothouse door is forward to port, both with Heavy Duty locking hardware.
Centerline is the well laid out Helm behind the five panel windshield with AC defogger ducts. All the electronics are expertly placed for ease of navigation. This area has overhead lighting, a teak and holly sole and ample storage drawers and cabinets. Area carpet snapped in place in Pilothouse.
Steps on the starboard side lead forward to the VIP Cabin and custom Office.
Raymarine E120 plotter/radar/Sat weather/CCTV
Raymarine M1500 15" monitor for plotter/radar/Sat weather/CCTV
Raymarine Sea Talk keyboard
Raymarine SR100 Sirius Sat weather receiver
Raymarine ST8001 Smart Controller autopilot
Raymarine wireless autopilot remote
Raymarine ST60 wind instrument - digital & analog
Raymarine ST60 digital depth
Raymarine AIS receiver (new 2011)
Raymarine wind indicator
15" Magnavox color TV behind a Raymarine M1500 Facia panel
(2) Icom ICM 422 VHF radios w/DSC
KVH Satellite Tracphone handset
Xantrex Sine Wave 4 KW inverter control panel
Remote panel for Village watermaker
Hart Tank tender for all 5 tanks
ACR remote searchlight controls
KVH Satellite control for TV & service access point
Maxwell M550C anchor control panel
(2) CAT LCD ECM gauge panels
Sidepower bow & stern thruster controls
Glendinning electronic single lever engine controls (electronic with manual backup on Flybridge)
McMurdo 406 MHZ EPIRB
VDO rudder angle indicator
Syrens wireless onboard WIFI receiver w/antenna
Digital antenna cell phone amplifier/repeater system
5" Danforth magnetic compass
Pompanette platinum helm seat w/reclining backrest, adjustable armrests, hi lo adjustable stainless steel pedestal & footrests
Teak & stainless steel Destroyer wheel in Pilothouse
Built in conduit from Pilothouse to radar mast for electronics
Night navigation red lights on dimmer
Windshield wiper controls
Warning light panel for pumps & nav lights on boat schematic
(2) Overhead opening hatches for ventilation
Naiad Multi Sea II stabilizer controls
Main electric panels
Overhead handrail holes
Slow vessel controls
(2) Reading lights over settee
12 Volt outlet
Timer switch for macerator pump
Digital AC controls
Stereo volume controls
Full size chart drawers
(2) Access doors to lighted area under helm
Fireboy engine shutdown override panel
Fireboy emergency pull handle
Roman shades over side window
(6) Overhead LED lights
Unique to this particular 64’ Alaskan the custom VIP Cabin has been expanded allowing the centerline raised queen size pedestal berth to be full size and not tapered.
There are four burlwood drawers in the base and an inset mirrored headboard area forward. An attractive teak soffit is above the berth with twin reading lights. Opening stainless steel port lights are concealed behind sliding Soji screens both port and starboard. Several storage cabinets are below a shelf just below the Soji screens. Also in this cabin is a full size hanging locker, a dressing mirror and access to the private VIP Head. TV wiring is available here.
Also in this cabin are swivel reading lights port and starboard, steps to the berth, speakers with volume control, a table lamp, rope lights under the berth, and a hatch to access the Foredeck.
Aft to starboard is the VIP Head which was also enlarged from the standard layout. The vanity has storage below, an under mount sink in the Granite countertop above and an enlarged stall shower with a light and exhaust fan. The toilet is a full size Headhunter model. Opening portholes behind sliding Soji screens with additional storage are above the vanity top.
The area to port where the third stateroom would normally be was built out as an extremely efficient Office Area.
Open to the Companionway this area is both inviting but is also set up to not only run the yacht's business but the owner’s shore side interests as well.
Facing outboard is a Granite topped desk with five drawers below, two cabinets above, a leather office chair and on the forward bulkhead, four additional cabinets, four open storage cuddies and two large file drawers.
Sliding Soji screens above the desk area conceal two opening stainless steel portholes but provide natural light as well.
Accessed via the private set of stairs opposite the Galley the layout of the 64' Alaskan provides a great Owner's Cabin with total privacy. Entering from the aft end there is a king size berth forward on centerline with rope accent lighting around the perimeter. Both port and starboard are teak two drawer nightstands with table lamps above. Rising from the nightstands are twin half columns that flow into a curved soffit with reading lights and rope accent lighting over the head of the berth. An oval mirror is affixed to the teak bulkhead behind the berth, just above the padded headboard.
To starboard is an open bookshelf outboard of the nightstand, following by a chest of burlwood drawers with a countertop and two opening stainless steel portholes above. Sliding Soji screens provide privacy and muted daylight. Next forward is a hanging locker followed by a vanity with stool and four drawers on the forward bulkhead.
To port is the entrance to the private Master Head and two double teak louvered doors which conceal the yacht’s laundry center, a Bosch washer and separate Bosch dryer. Normally housed in the Lazarette the laundry is now very easily accessed.
There are ample DC overhead lights, additional drawer storage available under the berth and a second entrance to the Engine Room which is very handy. TV was removed at Owner's preference. Could be easily replaced. Very nice watercolor where TV was located.
Also to port the Master Head has an L shaped vanity with two storage cabinets and three drawers below. The Granite countertop has an under mount sink and a single lever faucet. The toilet is a full size Headhunter model.
The shower has a clear glass door, a seat, an exhaust fan, a light and a handheld or wall mountable fixture. Additional cabinets are above the sink below sliding Soji screens covering an opening stainless steel porthole.
Fiberglass non skid cream colored decks
Maxwell Windlass HWC 3500 w/dual capstan & chain wheels
Up & down foot switches for windlass
(2) Stainless steel anchor chutes
135 lb. CQR anchor w/300' chain on starboard side
75 lb. CQR anchor w/300' chain portside
Stainless steel breast plate
(2) Lighted deck access chain lockers
50 Amp Glendinning cable master
Khalenberg triple air horns
Cable TV & phone inlet at bow
(3) Dual arm pantograph windshield wipers w/wash system
Stainless steel port lights w/screens on topsides
Saltwater anchor wash down
Freshwater wash down
Upgraded 1 1/2" stainless steel handrails
Fender holders for (4) fenders on Foredeck
Textulene windshield cover
Varnished cap rails
Stainless steel handrails forward of Portuguese bridge
Walk through Portuguese bridge to starboard w/hinged door
Molded spray rails on hull
3 - 4 Person bow seat w/removable cushions & cover w/storage below
Deck hatch to VIP Cabin
Ample cleats w/fair leads
(2) Storage cabinets on inside of Portuguese bridge to port
Single storage cabinet on inside of Portuguese bridge to port
(5) Panel windshield w/ 3/8" tempered glass
International navigation lights
(2) Halogen work lights under Pilothouse overhang
Bow flag staff & socket
Second 50 amp shore cord inlet at bow area to port
Remote control ACR searchlight
Shore water hookup
Teak over fiberglass decking on Aft Deck
(2) Teak over fiberglass steps to swim platform
Gas assist shocks for Lazarette hatch
Telephone & cable TV inlet aft
50 Amp Glendinning cable master w/wireless remote
Freshwater wash down
Integral swim platform w/teak covering
Stainless steel swim ladder (built in)
(2) Boarding gates at Pilothouse entry
(2) Boarding gates at Aft Deck entry
Sail track for fender hanging port & starboard
(2) Port & starboard (2) side deck lights overhead
(4) Stainless steel trimmed Aft Deck overhead lights
Custom Aft Deck storage cabinet to port w/(3) drawers & (2) shelves behind (2) cabinet doors
(2) 150 Watt metal Halide underwater lights
Freshwater shower at swim platform in FRP cabinet
Aft Deck bench seating for 3 - 4 w/storage below
Removable cushions & cover
High gloss teak dining table w/stainless steel bases slides fore & aft for ease of entry goes w/table
(2) Portable deck chairs (new 2011)
Double doors to Salon
Stern flag staff & socket
Stainless steel handrail at transom
Molded upper & lower rub rails w/1 ¼" stainless steel trim
Wired Glendinning full function engine remote control w/30' cable
(2) Fixed swim platform cleats
Shore water inlet at transom
Molded FRP window & door frames
Rear facing CCTV camera
Second 50 amp shore cord inlet at transom
(2) Stainless steel hoop rails w/one storage position
Portside storage locker on swim platform
Stainless steel fair leads w/rollers at transom corners
Varnished flagpole w/cover
(4) Deck lights each side of side deck
3 steps down from bow deck to side decks
(2) Stereo speakers
Lockers at starboard & port sides of Aft Deck seat
Fiberglass non skid decks with crème gelcoat
Sliding one piece glass hatch from Pilothouse to starboard side
Clear Venturi windscreen w/stainless steel railing above
L shaped Flybridge seating to port & aft w/removable Sunbrella cushions, covers 7 storage below
(2) Fiddled fiberglass tables on stainless steel bases in front of seating
Indirect deck lighting
Starboard side cabinet w/stainless steel sink under hinged cover, U Line refrigerator w/icemaker behind cabinet doors
GE Monogram LPG stainless steel grill w/canvas cover fitted into cabinetry
Hinged radar arch w/12 volt lighting
Folding stainless steel framed Bimini top
ACR remote control searchlight
Flybridge console cover
KVH Sat TV system w/dome on arch (new model HD7 TracVision)
KVH Sat Trac phone (Fleet 33 system)
Raymarine 10 KW open array 72 mile radar scanner
Raymarine 4 KW Radome 48 mile radar scanner, new 2011
(2) Stereo speakers
(2) Storage cabinets below sink area
Life sling 2 rescue system
Molded FPR helm console
Stainless steel Destroyer wheel
Glendinning electronic single lever engine controls w/manual backup system
(2) Pompanette Platinum helm seats w/reclining backrests, adjustable armrests, hi lo adjustable stainless steel
pedestal, footrests & covers
5" Danforth Powerdamp magnetic compass
Maxwell Auto Anchor 550RC windlass control
Raymarine E120 plotter/radar/weather/CCTV
Raymarine ST8001 Smart Controller autopilot
Raymarine ST60 digital depth
ICOM Command Mic VHF remote for Icom radio (full function ties into PH VHF)
Sidepower bow & stern thruster controls
(2) CAT digital ECM engine gauge panels
ACR remote searchlight controls
Naiad stabilizer fin position indicator
Nav light controls
12V Power outlet
Bilge pump controls
Storage cabinet on helm console
(2) Storage cabinet doors under helm console
Fiberglass non skid decks w/crème gelcoat
Boat Deck drain system drains to waterline
1700 lb. fully hydraulic Nautical Structures tender davit
FRP Cabinet w/drop in deep freezer under hinged FRP lid & additional matching huge storage cabinet to port
(2) Halogen work lights facing aft from radar arch
2007 14" Novurania RIB tender w/60 HP Yamaha OB, depth meter, AM/FM/CD player & Bimini top for tender
Tender has console steering & electric start
Stainless steel safety rails on Boat Deck
Triple welded stainless steel safety rails w/walkway forward to tend to lay down antennas
GFCI outlets port & starboard
Twin CAT C12 diesels @ 700 hp each with 2558 hrs.
Extensive sound insulation in Engine Room
(2) 4" Engine Room blowers (intake)
(2) 4" Engine Room blowers (exhaust)
Engine Room air intakes baffeled to control water induction
High water bilge alarm system
Smooth gel coated bilges throughout
Emergency bilge pump off starboard engine
Sidepower 15 HP 24V bow thruster
Sidepower 15 HP 24V stern thruster
Fuel & water tanks have clean out panels
(4) Rule 2000 GPH bilge pumps
Custom stainless steel engine beds
Custom fiberglass engine drip pans w/drains
(4) DC 24 volt incandescent Engine Room lights
(8) AC 110V fluorescent Engine Room lights
Stainless steel fuel manifold system
Fuel transfer pump & manifold
(2) Head Hunter DC XCablibur house water pumps w/accumulator tanks (primary & backup)
Puffer water expansion tank
Hart Systems tank tender for fuel & water tanks
100 Gallon FRP waste tank
Jabsco manual bilge pump
Reverso oil change pump w/manifold for engines & generators
Dual Racor 75/1000 fuel filters for each engine
Racor 75/1000 fuel filters for each generator
Sureflo macerator pump for waste tank discharge w/timer
Head Hunter toilet system (3) freshwater flush
Sea Ward 220V 20 gallon stainless steel water heater (small GE water for Galley)
Shaft grounding brushes (eliminate need for shaft zincs)
(2) Rule 1500 GPH shower sumps
Shutoff valves at all tank supply fittings
Naiad model 252 stabilizers w/7.5 sq. ft. fins w/multi sea controls (serviced 05/2017)
Tides dripless shaft seals
Engine gauges & start stop panels in Engine Room
Engine Room door w/viewport
Fireboy HFC 227 fire suppression system (certified 05/2017)
Twin Disc MG 5090 A transmission 1.96 to 1 ratio
Block heaters on main engines
Stainless steel 2 ¾" prop shafts
Four blade propellers (new prop speed 05/2017)
Fiberglass mufflers for main engines & generators
Freshwater spigot & hose
Bronze sea cocks on all underwater fittings
Plastic tubing for freshwater pump
Sealand holding tank filter
Removable hatches overhead for major service
Air Sep crankcase ventilation system
Shaft bonding brushes
RCI fuel cleaning system
Diesel Tex fuel magnets system
Carpeted center sole in Engine Room
Hynautic hydraulic steering
Emergency tiller system
Cruiseair air conditioning system 230 volts 60 HZ, reverse cycle w/(4) separate compressors & SMX digital controls
16,000 BTU x 2
20,000 BTU x 1
30,000 BTU x 1
Stainless steel rudders
Twin Hynautic steering rams
Nutone central vacuum system
Village Marine Tech digital 800 GPD watermaker
(3) DC lights
(4) Starboard steps from Aft Deck
12 Volt 24 volt DC electrical system
110 Volt 220 volt AC electrical system
Northern Lights 16 KW generator in sound shield (1,935 hours)
Northern Lights 8 KW generator in sound shield (1,100 hours)
(12) 8D AGM batteries for house, engines, thruster (8 new 2017)
(2) Group 31 AGM batteries for generator starting (new 2012)
(7) Battery shutoff switches
Sentry 24 volt 60 amp house battery charger
Sentry 24 volt 25 amp engine battery charger
Guest 12 volt 10 amp generator battery charger (new 2011)
Xantrex 4000 charger/inverter in Lazarette w/remote panel
(2) Glendinning CM7 240 volt 50 amp shore cord reels w/70' of cord, one forward, one aft
(2) 240 Volt power inlets w/o cable masters, one Foredeck, one Aft
Battery parallel systems
(2) Galvanic isolators
(1) 50 Amp Charles Smart Boost isolation transformers
High amp alternators for house battery charging
(2) KVA Acme isolation transformers
Newmar 24 to 12 35 amp DC step down transformer
(2) Rotary switches for bow & stern power inlets
220 AC volt panel w/(10) breaker protected circuits
110 AV volt panel w/(24) breaker protected circuits
(2) Rotary switches for shore 1, shore 2, gen 1 & gen 2
Rotary switch for inverter/main AC panel
(2) AC analog volt, amp, H2 meters
24 Volt DC panel w/(40) breaker protected circuits
24 Volt DC analog volt & amp meter
12 Volt DC panel w/(7) breaker protected circuits
12 Volt DC analog volt & amp meter
Generator start/stops at main electrical panel
(4) Foam core full length longitudinal stringers & athwartship reinforcing stringers
Hull to deck connection mechanically & chemically fastened
Solid layup below waterline
Vacuum bagged PVC rigid foam coring in all hull & deck areas above waterline
Molded FRP interior & exterior window frames
Reinforced anchor windlass platform area
Multiple laminations at chine, keel & running hardware locations
Uni directional & bi directional laminates at engine stringers & hull door openings
Vinylester barrier hull laminate for osmosis protection
5 Coats of Gelshield 2000 before bottom paint
Condensation groove on all windows
Built in spray rails forward
LED lighting throughout the vessel (including the underwater lights), no halogen lights anywhere
New GE Chest freezer on the flybridge 2016
Pilothouse settee converts to double watch berth 2015
Extensive list of spare parts inventory
KVH HD7 SAT TV receiver antenna w/matching dome for SAT phone (for Symetry) 2016
New HD "In Motion" satellite receiver 2016
Auto Fire System under VIP Berth for Bow Thruster Battery & Charger and Windlass Switch Area
All Windows treated w/3M 98% UV Protection film (non-tinted) in 2015
All Thru-Hulls and Electrical wiring/connections Labeled 2015
New Carpet in Master Stateroom and VIP Stateroom 2015
All Navigation Electronics Software Updated 2015
New FB Bimini Top August 2015
New U-Line FB Refrigerator/Icemaker 2016
VALOR is one of, if not the most, striking of
the 60/64 Alaskan series. She is Hull #36. Having two extra feet in both
the Salon and Aft Deck plus the four foot longer Flybridge add to both
the beauty and the function of this Long Range Cruiser.
VALOR has a customized layout to include a larger VIP and a very efficient Office instead of the standard almost unusable small upper and lower Cabin. Instead she has more comfortable sleeping for two on the salon sleeper sofa. As most Alaskans this one was custom built but it seems her original owners "hit the mark" with many of their custom improvements.
While every effort was made to list all pertinent included equipment aboard VALOR, there are some personal belongings aboard. Prospective purchasers should assume any item not specifically mentioned herein will not convey at closing.