Vessel: FPB 64
Designer: Steve Dashew
Builder: Circa Marine & Industrial, New Zealand
Hull #: 9
Location: Gold Coast, Australia
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*as listed by the designer and builder
LOA: 68’ / 20.7m
LWL: 63’6” / 19.4m
Displacement: 75,000 lbs. / 34,000 kg
Draft: 4.5’ / 1.37m
Air Draft: 25.75’ / 7.85m
Fuel Capacity: 3,400 USG / 12,800 L
Water Capacity: 1,800 USG / 6,800 L
Cruising Speed: 9.5 Knots
Maximum Speed: 11 Knots
Range: 5500nm @ 9.5 Knots
If in the market for a vessel capable of taking you and your precious cargo safely, comfortably, and efficiently – anywhere in the world – we would challenge you to find a better suited vessel than an FPB 64. 11 FPB 64’s were built, and Orca is hull #9.
Launched in 2014 and having 885 hours at sea under her keel, Orca is the very finest example of an FPB 64 available.
Orca’s owners have enjoyed a rewarding season of offshore passages and exploration and have understandably succumbed to the responsibilities of a newborn child and duties ashore. The boat is currently moored on the east coast of Australia. Delivery can be facilitated where moored, or to any port in the world aboard a cargo ship or preferably her own bottom.
Orca is a Mk II version and has the swim step extension, integral lounge, sink, bbq, and wet locker on the aft deck, as well a larger fly bridge. As a late Mk II version, there are other benefits of improved engine room ventilation, newer series of gear, and design solutions that arrived in the latest models. Orca is equipped with the optional get-home engine package and the rugged custom aluminum Circa Marine tender.
Along with the standard complement of navigation and communication electronics fitted to all FPB’s, Orca is equipped with satellite and SSB with Pactor modem.
Orca’s interior is in like new condition and executed in neutral finishes that complement any detailing décor. Her Anigre veneer and solid wood cabinetry is lighter in color and is grain filled and polished for a durable finish that will continue to show well for many years.
All FPB’s were designed from day one to allow for universal power, whether plugging into shore power of 110VAC or 230VAC , 50 or 60Hz. All major AC systems aboard an FPB are 230V units capable of accepting 50 or 60Hz. This allows freedom to travel the globe and take advantage of the dual voltage / frequency.
Orca was delivered with Australia (230VAC – 50Hz) as her homeport. All that demarks a vessel built for Oceania with this power source from another FPB is the owner’s preference of power points/outlets and a potential swap out of an inverter and one or two appliances. This is easily executed should a new owner desire different.
We were involved in the design, sale, and construction of all 11 FPB 64’s, and have sold and supported every used FPB to date as well. Our knowledge, understanding, and resources available to the FPB buyer/owner, along with our continued relationship with the builder Circa Marine in Whangarei New Zealand – deliver a complete package that will serve the buyer well during the life of ownership.
Pursue the Dream
Priced to sell, Orca is ready to provide her new owner the ultimate platform to explore the world.
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