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  • Yacht Details 65' Vicem 2019
  • Location Newport, RI
  • Engines Volvo
  • Days on MarketInquire
  • Last UpdatedOct 21, 2019
  • Asking Price$1,950,000
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Yacht Description

Don't miss this opportunity to purchase a custom Vicem 65 IPS, without the year-plus wait to have one built.   This  Vicem 65 was only used to display at boat shows and to show-off the exquisite mahogany woodwork Vicem Yachts are so well known for.  This model has the often requested galley-up design and includes so many features such as the helm door, full beam master, 4th stateroom that can be used either for captain but also designed to be part of the living quarters if needed. Take pleasure in the 360 degree view from the helm and such beautiful sense of space and light created by the vast headroom and numerous windows.


Last chance to see in New England before she heads south.  Hundreds of thousands in savings over an ordered boat - without the wait!

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  • Make Volvo
  • Model Volvo Penta IPS 1050
  • Fuel Diesel
  • Hours 249
  • Type Inboard
  • Drive Type Pod


  • Cruising Speed: 21 kn
  • Beam: 17' 1''
  • Hull Material: Composite
  • Displacement: 75,000 lb
  • Fuel Tank: 1 x 1200|gallon
  • Fresh Water: 1 x 265|gallon
  • Holding: 1 x 80|gallon
  • Single Berths: 1
  • Double Berths: 2
  • Cabins: 4
  • Heads: 3

Electronic And Navigation Equipment

Volvo glass cockpit

Garmin GPSMAP 7612 multi-display (2)

Garmin GMR18 Fantom Radar

Garmin 300i VHF

Airmar DST800 smart triducer

Ritchie compass

Volvo joystick

Lenco Trimtabs

Lofrans windlass

Exalto Pantograph windshield wipers

Jabsco search light

AFI airhorn

Entertainment Equipment

Samsung 55" TV on lift in salon

Samsung 40" flat screen TV in Master and VIP

Samsung 24" flat screen TV in guest and single cabins

Samsung Blueray players in salon and cabins

JBL Soundbar in Salon

Samsung Soundbar in Master and VIP cabin

Fusion UD-750 with speakers in Salon and cockpit

Fusion RA-55 with speakers in guest and cabins


Gaggenau 200 series glass ceramic cooktop

Gaggenau 200 series downdraft ventilation

Bosh 18" dishwasher

Bosh 300 series dryer 4.0 cu. ft.

Bosh 300 series washer 2.2 cu. ft.

Subzero ID-24R Panel Ready Refrigerator drawers

Subzero ID-24L Panel Ready Freezer drawers

GE Profile convection/microwave oven

Franke acrylic countertops

Stainless sink

Mechanical And Electrical Equipment

Kohler 15kw Generator

Reverso Oil Change Pump

Lenco TT 16x36 SS24NS Super Strong Trim Tabs

Guidi raw water filters

Jabsco/Parmax4 anchor wash pump

Johnson Pump AquaJet Duo Fresh Water Pump

Vetus 55 water heater

Taco Circulation pump

Webasto Bluecool/Premium invertor Air Conditioner

Rule Bilge Pumps

Lofrans x3 Windlass

Ultra 45 kg anchor

Exalto Pantograph windshield wipers

Jabsco 146 SL search light

Osculati engine room blower

Galata auto/manual fire system

Federal Marine Grade Batteries

Newmar 95 U charger for service batteries

Glendenning CM7 shore power system

AFI air horn

AL fuel tanks

Structural water tanks

HDPE holding tanks

Whale WM8484 shower pump

Tecma toilets

TMC macerator pump

Deck Equipment

ShureShade electrical cockpit awning

Teak decks

Hella navigation lights

Sliding salon door

Helm door

Custom made stainless bowrail

Custom made stainless cleats

Refrigerator, grill, sink in custom cabinet in cockpit

Teak swim platform with custom swim ladder and storage compartments outboard

Cold Molded Explained

The cold-molded construction operation simply involves layers of thin veneers, oriented at different angles, glued over a mold. The glue in this case being a specially formulated epoxy resin. The marriage of engineered wood with formulated resins yields a hull that is lighter, stronger and more durable than a traditionally built boat. There are two basic reasons for this:

1- Firstly, laminating several layers of wood at 90-degree angles optimizes the unidirectional strength of this naturally flexible product, making it ideally suited to resist and absorb the complex forces applied to a hull in a seaway. Secondly,

2- Wood is a very strong material. However, this strength is unidirectional, meaning you can easily bend the wood in one direction but it would break if you try to bend it in the other direction. Binding together several layers of wood at 90-degree angles makes the hull much stronger in resisting the complex set of forces that effect the vessel during navigation.

Preventing the hull from absorbing more moisture than ideal is crucial in a wooden boat. Many woods are two or even three times stronger when dry than they are when saturated with moisture. The cold molding system aims to keep the wood dry. The epoxy soaks deep into the wood, sealing it off from moisture and oxygen. Keeping the water out means no swelling and no rotting. The glued joints are firmly bonded for long periods of time. Through this method, the hull skin is built upon a wood frame in four directional layers of African or South American Mahogany (Sapele) composite planking.

The first layer (-45 degrees) is fastened to the frames, keel, chine and sheer strake with galvanized nails and saturated with epoxy; the second layer (+45 degrees) and third layer (90 degrees) are fastened and bonded with epoxy and stainless steel staples, while the fourth layer (0 degrees) is fastened via epoxy and stainless steel strapped staples that are then removed, leaving behind a smooth hull with no visible markings. For larger, heavier yachts, an additional inner layer of edge-fastened strip planking mechanically locked together in a bead and cove fashion, with two outer layers of diagonally fastened mahogany planking, is required. Both methods have mahogany laminated internal structural members for the keel, chine, sheer and beams.

The final structural construction step requires coating the entire bilge area, engine room and exterior of the hull with 10oz E-glass cloth, epoxy resin and a polyurethane paint system. The exterior of the full is finished on top of the E-glass by multiple steps of long boarding, epoxy fairing compounds, epoxy primers and polyurethane paint to achieve a mirror-like finish. The result is a yacht that has all the advantages of a laminated wood hull, such as natural insulating properties for sound and humidity, and is also stronger than standard fiberglass and traditionally built wooden yachts.


Denison Yacht Sales offers the details of this yacht in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of this boat for sale. A yacht buyer should instruct his yacht broker, or his boat surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This yacht for sale is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Denison Yachting is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Semmes Yachts & Brokerage.


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