Charlie65' Viking 2001

East Greenwich, RI


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  • Yacht Details 65' Viking 2001
  • Location East Greenwich, RI
  • Engines MTU
  • Days on MarketInquire
  • Last UpdatedMay 4, 2021
  • Asking Price$1,399,000
  • Cruising Speed
  • Maximum Speed
  • Max Draft 5' 10''

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  • Beam: 18' 9''
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Max Draft: 5' 10''
  • Fuel Tank: 1 x 2000|gallon

Charlie Yacht Description

Charlie shows impeccably and appears to have been extremely well maintained with a very high level of care and certainly shows pride in ownership. She had a very extensive high six figure refit initiated in 2019 and completed in March of 2021. The refit includes many distinctive upgrades that truly make Charlie a one of a kind vessel with an unprecedented faux teak interior - every door, cabinet, even the light covers, are a work of art!
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Running gear:
  • Props removed
  • Cutlass bearings replaced in all 4 struts
  • Shafts measured for run-out
  • Props tuned by Hale propeller
  • Coated with prop speed and reinstalled
  • Inspected bi-weekly by divers
  • Zincs replaced as needed
  • Trim tabs were removed, blasted and painted with new Bennett actuators, and position sensors feeding data over NMEA 2k network

Engine Room

  • Mains 1000 hour services performed
  • Gear oil changed
  • Primary and secondary ECMS replaced
  • Backup battery voltage was getting low - replaced with re-manufactured ECM units
  • Exhaust riser/mixing elbows replaced
  • Coolant flushed
  • All hoses replaced and upgraded to silicone hose
  • Valves added to raw water manifold to facilitate ease of winterizing and priming of raw water pumps
  • Port generator replaced
  • Starboard generator serviced
  • Impeller replaced
  • Battery charging system upgraded
  • New chargers installed and secondary isolated charger installed for engine start batteries
  • All batteries replaced
  • All steering hoses replaced
  • Rudders, bushings inspected
  • Seals cleaned and inspected
  • All through hulls, cleaned, lubed and exercised

Running Surface/bottom

  • Complete bottom soda blasted
  • Any and all imperfections filled and faired
  • Epoxy barrier coated
  • 2 coats of Biocop blue applied then light sand and 2 coats of black
  • Bronze strainers for engine raw water intakes replaced
  • Blue and white separate underwater lights

Hullside, Cabinhouse, Exterior

  • Gelcoat stripped to bare glass, faired with high build, then sealed with primer
  • Hull painted in awlcraft majestic blue, red boot stripe, 5 coats of clear, sanded and cleared an additional 3 coats of clear applied.
  • All through hulls in the boot stripe line were replaced and sealed prior to boot stripe being painted
  • House was painted in awlcraft white, with metallic black mask, visor, and bridge corners


  • All paint stripped, deck hatches removed, bow rail removed
  • Deck painted Awlcraft white
  • Non skid re-applied
  • All unnecessary holes filled and faired
  • Toe rail custom faux teak painted
  • New Bomar hatches with screens and shades installed
  • Davit was removed and stored
  • Deck plate installed so it may be reinstalled for future use
  • Pump is still installed in the closet of the master stateroom
  • New polished stainless plow anchor
  • Stainless chain on pulpit
  • Windlass controlled
  • Fresh water wash-down in anchor locker


  • Cockpit sole stripped and prepped
  • Teak floor installed and bonded with epoxy, white caulk lines
  • Cover and coaming boards epoxied to gunwale caps and hand shaped
  • 2 rod holders on each side installed with hidden fasteners
  • Cockpit walls, mezzanine and aft bulkhead painted in awlcraft white.
  • Custom utility panels fabricated and installed for port or starboard connections when moored in port, allows a clear aft deck with no trip hazards
  • 100 amp power in, 30 amp out, fresh water in, fresh water out, raw water out
  • Cubed ice maker on starboard side 240 volt for efficient low amperage running
  • Grill station with sink to port, with hot and cold water
  • Outlets for electric fishing reels under gunwales, breaker in main dc panel
  • Fusion MS-RA750 stereo head unit for cockpit with 4 JL audio marine 6.5" full range speakers and 2 JL 10" sub-woofers in a custom sealed enclosure
  • Blue under gunwale lighting, with tri color over head led lighting (controlled through control 4 home automation system)
  • 110 power and network cable available in custom enclosure for future outdoor TV mount


  • Salon was completely stripped and reconfigured
  • Wine fridge installed
  • Control 4 automation panel installed in cabinet door
  • Teak and holly flooring installed at doorway, galley and dining area, carpet and runners replaced throughout the rest of the salon
  • Couch seating reupholstered
  • All cabinet work was done with high quality teak plywood, then sealed, primed and faux teak painted, clear coated, wet sanded and buffed.
  • Television was moved from starboard side to a custom enclosure, seamlessly built off the galley, on a lift, all controlled through the control 4 automation system
  • Hertz speakers installed overhead, custom sub-woofer installed under dining area seating
  • Dining table made of custom cnc cut teak, seating reupholstered


  • Galley area reconfigured, moving sink to a more accessible area to port, out from under the cabinets
  • All cabinetry painted in faux teak to match
  • Wolfe appliances installed, microwave, range, and steam oven was added
  • Range has a ducted hood with blower van vented to the outside
  • Refrigerators were replaced with one 2 drawer refrigerator unit and one fridge/freezer combo unit both by Sub-Zero
  • New garbage disposal installed
  • All plumbing to the sink, and drains were replaced
  • Large stainless steel undermount sink with high end flex head faucet
  • Custom granite counter tops
  • Teak and holly flooring throughout companion way
  • Custom teak stair risers and treads

Crew Quarters/aft Bunkroom

  • Custom shower enclosure door fabricated and installed
  • New Moen mixing valve and shower head
  • New electric flush head installed with all sanitation hose and plumbing replaced to waste tank
  • New carpet
  • New bunk mattresses
  • Walls recovered in industrial grade wall covering
  • Fusion stereo local to individual room
  • New TV, wired to central receiver
  • New digital thermostat for a/c and reverse cycle heat
  • Lighting controlled by automation system and local switching

Day Head

  • Custom mosaic tile floor
  • Custom artist painted walls
  • Custom hand made granite sink
  • New faucet
  • Custom cabinet under sink
  • Custom billet switching of 24 volt lighting and fans
  • New electric flush head and waste plumbing
  • Custom shower enclosure, mixing valve and shower head
  • New drain hoses to gray water box

Bunk Room

  • New mattresses
  • New industrial grade wall coverings
  • New carpet
  • New TV
  • Sound system tied into home automation
  • Lighting controlled by automation or locally switched

Master Stateroom

  • New industrial grade wall coverings
  • New carpet and runner
  • Custom cabinets on either side of berth with 110 outlets and USB ports added
  • Custom cedar lined closet
  • Control 4 home automation control panel
  • Custom headboard
  • Custom accent lighting
  • A/C / heat split into 2 units
  • Separate air handler for head with full ducted returns
  • Custom faux teak painted cabinetry and doors
  • Custom cabinet under TV
  • New TV wall mounted and tied into control 4 receiver
  • Custom hand made granite sink and backsplash
  • New electric flush head and plumbing
  • Custom 24 volt billet switches control lighting and exhaust fan in head
  • All exhaust fans replaced during refit
  • Custom shower enclosure
  • New mixing valve and shower head
  • Control 4 switching unit and air handler enclosed in a sound insulated storage area under berth, air handler mounted on rubber pad to insulate vibration and noise

Vip Stateroom

  • New mattresses
  • New carpet
  • New industrial grade wall coverings
  • New digital thermostat for a/c and heat
  • Lighting controlled through automation and locally switched
  • Custom shower enclosure
  • Custom handmade granite sink
  • New faucet for sink
  • New mixing valve and shower head
  • New electric flush head
  • Custom cabinet under sink
  • Custom billet switches for 24 volt lighting and exhaust fan in head

Shore Power

  • System was dismantled, isolation transformers removed, and rewired to independent 100 amp circuits feeding to a transfer switch, then to a single 100 amp isolation transformer, split back to 2 50 amp circuits feeding the main panel
  • Multiple redundant circuit protection breakers throughout
  • All systems in the boat can be run with either 100 amp cord plugged into shore power, no need to cross the deck with a second cord
  • Both cords on custom installed Glendinning cm8 cord reels with approximately 70' of white 4awg cord
  • Reels are switched under gunwale or with wireless remotes
  • All new circuits added were done in home runs back to circuit protection point
  • All plumbing available on both utility panels, no hoses to cross the deck and valved to be isolated in case of failure

Electrical And A/c

  • All compressors replaced
  • All new raw water plumbing, new water circulation pump, new backup pump, new manifold, new strainers
  • All air handlers replaced and individually sealed ducted to their respective rooms
  • All new digital thermostats, with new data cables run back to the compressors
  • New separate defroster unit for bridge windshield
  • Custom a/c duct vents in dash
  • Lighting, stereo and TV controlled through "Control 4" home automation system
  • Complete system wired and networked throughout boat in 2018
  • Exterior dc lighting controlled via 110 switching and transformers
  • Custom built equipment rack behind picture framed cabinet door, easy access, yet discreetly hidden
  • New hd7 satellite receiver

Electronics And Navigation

  • Navigation/dash refit was over $100,000 alone
  • Some of the first commercially sold and delivered Garmin 8600 series units to the market
  • Complete dash stripped
  • ALL after-market wiring removed
  • Custom dash panels fabricated
  • Custom Teak wood work for trim
  • NMEA 2000 backbone and Garmin network cable run throughout the boat
  • HDMI cables run from helm to cabinet in salon to be tied into tv for future use, Garmin feed to TV or TV feed to Garmin
  • 5 8600 series Garmin screens installed
  • Center main helm 8624 24" screen
  • Port and starboard secondary units 8622 22" mounted on either side of main helm 24" screen
  • Garmin 8610 10" screens mounted far port and stbd
  • All tank level data transmitted via NMEA 2k to Garmin screens
  • Bridge stereo Fusion bb300, controlled via Garmin screens
  • Hertz speakers in dash, custom sub-woofer under seating
  • Garmin reactor 40 auto pilot, networked to screens, and control head mounted on dash
  • Garmin XHD 2 6' open array 72 mile range radar
  • 2 Garmin vhf with NMEA 2k and dsc, with command mic, hidden mounted, one mic at the bridge, second in salon -Ais 800 transceiver (MMSI still open, never assigned)
  • All NMEA 2K and Garmin data cables were custom made to fit
  • Stand alone Garmin GNX display linked to small Garmin GPS under dash for compass heading use. Separated from all other electronics incase of failure.

Helm Deck

  • Custom teak with white caulk floor at helm
  • New Stidd helm chair, power run to base of chair for charging station for Garmin remote
  • New carpet throughout bridge
  • Custom reupholstered seating to match helm seat
  • Helm area painted faux teak
  • MTU DDEC displays replaced with new units
  • New Bow Thruster joystick
  • New EPIRB
  • New life raft with auto deploy

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