Knight & Carver 67 Motoryacht

Stabilized & Moorage available
US$424,950.00 (Approx £308,292.22) Reduced
  • Boat REF#  ·  300423
  • Length  ·  20.42m
  • Year  ·  1986
  • Construction  ·  GRP
  • Underwater profile  ·  Semi-Displacement
  • Sleeping berths  ·  8
  • Engine  ·  2 x diesel 390hp, Detroit 8V92N (1986)
  • Lying  ·  Everett, WA USA - Shown by Appointment
Boatshed Everett
Boatshed Everett
Gretchen Miles, CPYB

Extra Details

Designer DeFever - Sharp
Builder Knight and Carver Custom Yachts, San Diego, CA
Lying Everett, WA USA - Shown by Appointment
Fuel capacity 9,090.9 ltr (2,000.0 USG) Total - 5 Tanks
Water capacity 1,590.9 ltr (350.0 USG) Total - 1 Tanks
Holding tank capacity 568.2 ltr (125.0 USG) Total - 1 Tanks
Last survey 25/01/2017

Mechanical

Engine 2 x diesel 390hp
Engine make and model Detroit 8V92N (1986)
Engine Hours engine1= 9200
engine2= 8500
Engine Cooled Indirect
Steering wheel
Drive shaft
Prop(s) 4 blade bronze
Fuel consumption (approx) 90.9 ltr (20.0 USG) /hour At Cruising Speed
Cruising speed (approx) 12 knots
Max speed (approx) 14 knots
Generator output 20KVA
Generator Hours 9825
Water-maker

Speed and Engine hours: The owner reports that mechanics do not believe engine hours are correct; actual hours unknown but thought to be much lower. Believe previous owners may have left ignitions on which ran up the hour meters. Max speed is unknown and an estimate.
Fuel filters: Racor 1000 remote filters.
Fuel transfer pump: Fill-Rite 1200
Props: 34 x 30
Prop Shaft: 21/2 inch dia. with PYI/PSS shaft seals
Stabilizers: Niad 252 hydraulic; fiberglass spade fins
Bow thruster: Side Power SP240TCi DC electric with remote. (2016)
Main start motors and 24v Alternators were rebuilt approx 2013-2014.
Generators: 2- Northern Lights 20kw; 9825 hrs / 53.4 hrs respectively. (Expected that hour meter reset after 10,000 hours). Start motor and selenoids rebuilt in both generators.
Port generator: rewired, gauges replaced, sump replaced (2017).
Starboard generator: Fuel pump replaced 2021.
Battery charger: Xantrex TrueCharge 2, 60 amp
Inverter/Charger: Trace SW 4024, 4000 watt
Electrical system:
AC - 240VAC, GFCI protected outlets
DC - 12v.
Alternators: 2 - AC-Delco 12VDC-75 AMP; 2 - 24VDC-130 AMP (rebuilt approx 2014)
Engine controls: 3 stations - Pilothouse, Flybridge, aft cockpit; hynautic hydraulic
Steering stations: 2 - Pilothouse, Flybridge
Glendinning Engine Synchronizer
Large Air Compressor under flybridge helm - powers tools in workroom and air horn. Hoses in various locations throughout the boat.

Dimensions

Length 20.42m
LWL 17.83m
Beam 5.64m
Draft Min 1.52m
Displacement 45,359kg (100,017.0lbs)
Headroom 1.98m
Storage On marina

Electrical Systems

12 volt battery, 110 / 240 volt generator, 240 shore power voltage, 10 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator Batteries: 8 total. 4- 8D-12VDC wet cell (replaced approx. 2015), 4 replaced with AGM 2019.; 2 - Group 24- 12VDC wet cell

Construction

Construction GRP
Underwater profile Semi-Displacement
Finish Gelcoat finish

LOA for moorage: 76 ft
Tankage:
Fuel: 5 aluminum tanks with sight gauges.
Water: Aluminum
Holding: Fiberglass

Waterline Boats / Boatshed did not independently verify capacities, or dimensions described in this listing. Information is derived from seller-provided information and/or literature.

Accommodation

Total # of berths 8
No. of double berths 2
No. of single berths 4
Cabin(s) 4
Sink 7
Shower 5
Air conditioning 5 Air conditioning Units
Heads 5 heads (Electric)

It is easiest to board this vessel when she is stern in via the swim platform. A boarding ladder would be another option if you wish to board midships.
The stern bulwark is quite high from the swim platform which provides good protection in following seas. The full beam cockpit area has bench seating and sink. Engine controls on the starboard side to aid in docking. A Cuisinart BBQ sits atop the live bait well to port. The bait well was decommissioned by a previous owner however it remains plumbed with a water pump in the lazarette ready to be tested and potential use. Two hatches access the large lazarette storage area: fender storage, room for crab pots and components of the Vantage Marine desalination system.
As I was introduced to the yacht by the owner, my first impression was, and continues to be, the beauty of the ribbon grain teak interior, the furnishings, granite counter tops, the tremendous light throughout the salon, galley and pilothouse areas and the amount of livable space throughout the yacht. I am comfortable in its current configuration and am also struck by its potential if someone were interested in retrofitting and updating the interior. LED lights throughout.
There is evidence of water intrusion in various areas which appear to not be active and would benefit from cosmetic attention.
The full beam salon is open to the galley and day head. Ceiling height is approximately 6’6” or more throughout. An L-shaped built-in settee is port aft with a beautiful high-lo table that extends on either end. I imagine it could easily accommodate 8-10 people for a plated dinner. A built-in wet bar is just forward of the settee. It is l-shaped wrapping forward and concealing the private stairwell to the master suite. The bar refrigerator does not work and could easily be replaced with a large wine/beverage cooler. The large LCD TV is inobtrusive as it sits low under the bar counter. The stereo system has an ONKYO Receiver TX-NR626 with speakers throughout the boat and cockpit area. The DVD/CD: Sony DVP-NC665P are also found below the stereo receiver.
Outboard to starboard is an electric fireplace to add ambience and a little extra warmth.
Forward to port is a built-in settee with lamps at either end which faces the wet bar and stereo components. The forward end of the wet bar is a large cabinet for bar stock and glassware.
The day head is forward to starboard just across from an impressive galley. The day head has a granite counter and is nicely appointed. The U-shaped galley is complete with all KitchenAid residential appliances: microwave/convection oven, four burner stove with oven, 20 cu. ft side-by-side refrigerator with freezer drawer, Trash Compactor, Dishwasher. The large side-by-side stainless sink with disposal has a view of the passing scenery while underway. Beautiful granite counter tops provide a large space to prep food or arrange plates for serving. Four bar stools and the raised counter give guests a place to sit while giving the chef space to create in the galley.
Forward from the galley is the pilothouse. Bookshelves, counter top and drawers allow ample space for books, charts, and spreading out a project. Either side of the helm are comfortable built-in seats facing forward affording an amazing view while underway. The pilothouse helm is fully equipped with radar and navigation, autopilot, bow thruster and stabilizer controls all within easy reach of the captain’s chair. The navigation equipment onboard is dated but reportedly works.
Doors from the salon lead to either side deck with ample space to comfortably handle lines, deploy fenders or board the boat from a boarding ladder or platform. The bow has storage on either side and bench seating to enjoy an evening sunset.
You access the flybridge and boat deck from the pilothouse via portside stairs with a hatch. The flybridge, covered with a bimini top (new approx 2016), has a large seating area and table. A minimum of 12 people would be very comfortable for seating. The previous owner notes there have been approximately 40 people onboard at one time for functions.
The flybridge helm is equipped with navigational equipment slaved to main helm station and side-by-side captain’s chairs. A large counter and storage space is just aft of the l-shaped settee. Previously, there was a built-in electric barbeque. Currently a bar fridge and sink remain. Loads of counter space to stage a lunch or appetizers.
Furthest aft is the boat deck with Brower Systems 1500 lb crane davit, Novurania dinghy with a 40hp Yamaha outboard.
The master stateroom accommodations are accessed via a stairwell in the salon; the forward guest staterooms are accessed via the pilot house. The aft master stateroom is full beam with large island queen berth, settee to port and an electric fireplace to take the chill away while adding ambience; enjoy a movie on the Sharp LCD TV and DVD player. A large, cedar lined walk-in closet provides wonderful hanging space for garments for any occasion. Large drawers under the bed and along the starboard and well as the bureau provide space for all of your needs. The private ensuite head has a separate tiled shower.
You may access the engine compartment via a door forward of the master suite. Ceiling height is 6’5”; it will be appreciated by many captains or mechanics alike. All sides of the engines are accessible as well as both generators for maintenance.
Continuing forward through another hatch is the workshop. Work benches, electrical panels and tools are within easy reach. The large air compressor found under the Flybidge helm powers many tools. Also in the workshop for easy access: 30 gallon Whirlpool AC electric heater; Vantage Marine Aqua Water Desalination system (Owner reports it is in working condition); large AC Freezer; 5-Cruis-Air reverse cycle units; Bosch washer and dryer; and house batteries.
Forward again, you are at the base of the stairs leading from the pilot house to the private guest area. A companionway leads you to the VIP with ensuite head to starboard. An island queen with drawer storage, hanging locker, an Insignia LCD TV and reading lamps on either side of the bed create a welcoming space for guests. The head also has a separate tiled shower.
Forward to port is a guest bunk room with private head and a pocket slider door for privacy. Most forward is the final guest bunk room with hanging locker and storage in cupboards outboard. The chain locker is accessed via hatch doors. This cabin also has a private head and shower.
Each bunk guest area is fairly spacious and can easily be imagined as crew quarters.
I believe this boat will be a great fit for people who enjoy entertaining; may have a large extended family or would like to put her into a private charter operation.
In my opinion, she is beautiful as she is yet with even minor changes, she would be easy to update.

4 burner electric Stove

Accommodation

Stove
Broiler
Oven
Sink
Refrigerator
Freezer
Carpet
Drapes
Cabin heating
Pressurised water system
Hot water system
Fresh water wash
Non-Smokers
Bar Sink
Ice Maker
Microwave
Compactor
Dishwasher
Washing Machine
Dryer

It is easiest to board this vessel when she is stern in via the swim platform. A boarding ladder would be another option if you wish to board midships.
The stern bulwark is quite high from the swim platform which provides good protection in following seas. The full beam cockpit area has bench seating and sink. Engine controls on the starboard side to aid in docking. A Cuisinart BBQ sits atop the live bait well to port. The bait well was decommissioned by a previous owner however it remains plumbed with a water pump in the lazarette ready to be tested and potential use. Two hatches access the large lazarette storage area: fender storage, room for crab pots and components of the Vantage Marine desalination system.
As I was introduced to the yacht by the owner, my first impression was, and continues to be, the beauty of the ribbon grain teak interior, the furnishings, granite counter tops, the tremendous light throughout the salon, galley and pilothouse areas and the amount of livable space throughout the yacht. I am comfortable in its current configuration and am also struck by its potential if someone were interested in retrofitting and updating the interior. LED lights throughout.
There is evidence of water intrusion in various areas which appear to not be active and would benefit from cosmetic attention.
The full beam salon is open to the galley and day head. Ceiling height is approximately 6’6” or more throughout. An L-shaped built-in settee is port aft with a beautiful high-lo table that extends on either end. I imagine it could easily accommodate 8-10 people for a plated dinner. A built-in wet bar is just forward of the settee. It is l-shaped wrapping forward and concealing the private stairwell to the master suite. The bar refrigerator does not work and could easily be replaced with a large wine/beverage cooler. The large LCD TV is inobtrusive as it sits low under the bar counter. The stereo system has an ONKYO Receiver TX-NR626 with speakers throughout the boat and cockpit area. The DVD/CD: Sony DVP-NC665P are also found below the stereo receiver.
Outboard to starboard is an electric fireplace to add ambience and a little extra warmth.
Forward to port is a built-in settee with lamps at either end which faces the wet bar and stereo components. The forward end of the wet bar is a large cabinet for bar stock and glassware.
The day head is forward to starboard just across from an impressive galley. The day head has a granite counter and is nicely appointed. The U-shaped galley is complete with all KitchenAid residential appliances: microwave/convection oven, four burner stove with oven, 20 cu. ft side-by-side refrigerator with freezer drawer, Trash Compactor, Dishwasher. The large side-by-side stainless sink with disposal has a view of the passing scenery while underway. Beautiful granite counter tops provide a large space to prep food or arrange plates for serving. Four bar stools and the raised counter give guests a place to sit while giving the chef space to create in the galley.
Forward from the galley is the pilothouse. Bookshelves, counter top and drawers allow ample space for books, charts, and spreading out a project. Either side of the helm are comfortable built-in seats facing forward affording an amazing view while underway. The pilothouse helm is fully equipped with radar and navigation, autopilot, bow thruster and stabilizer controls all within easy reach of the captain’s chair. The navigation equipment onboard is dated but reportedly works.
Doors from the salon lead to either side deck with ample space to comfortably handle lines, deploy fenders or board the boat from a boarding ladder or platform. The bow has storage on either side and bench seating to enjoy an evening sunset.
You access the flybridge and boat deck from the pilothouse via portside stairs with a hatch. The flybridge, covered with a bimini top (new approx 2016), has a large seating area and table. A minimum of 12 people would be very comfortable for seating. The previous owner notes there have been approximately 40 people onboard at one time for functions.
The flybridge helm is equipped with navigational equipment slaved to main helm station and side-by-side captain’s chairs. A large counter and storage space is just aft of the l-shaped settee. Previously, there was a built-in electric barbeque. Currently a bar fridge and sink remain. Loads of counter space to stage a lunch or appetizers.
Furthest aft is the boat deck with Brower Systems 1500 lb crane davit, Novurania dinghy with a 40hp Yamaha outboard.
The master stateroom accommodations are accessed via a stairwell in the salon; the forward guest staterooms are accessed via the pilot house. The aft master stateroom is full beam with large island queen berth, settee to port and an electric fireplace to take the chill away while adding ambience; enjoy a movie on the Sharp LCD TV and DVD player. A large, cedar lined walk-in closet provides wonderful hanging space for garments for any occasion. Large drawers under the bed and along the starboard and well as the bureau provide space for all of your needs. The private ensuite head has a separate tiled shower.
You may access the engine compartment via a door forward of the master suite. Ceiling height is 6’5”; it will be appreciated by many captains or mechanics alike. All sides of the engines are accessible as well as both generators for maintenance.
Continuing forward through another hatch is the workshop. Work benches, electrical panels and tools are within easy reach. The large air compressor found under the Flybidge helm powers many tools. Also in the workshop for easy access: 30 gallon Whirlpool AC electric heater; Vantage Marine Aqua Water Desalination system (Owner reports it is in working condition); large AC Freezer; 5-Cruis-Air reverse cycle units; Bosch washer and dryer; and house batteries.
Forward again, you are at the base of the stairs leading from the pilot house to the private guest area. A companionway leads you to the VIP with ensuite head to starboard. An island queen with drawer storage, hanging locker, an Insignia LCD TV and reading lamps on either side of the bed create a welcoming space for guests. The head also has a separate tiled shower.
Forward to port is a guest bunk room with private head and a pocket slider door for privacy. Most forward is the final guest bunk room with hanging locker and storage in cupboards outboard. The chain locker is accessed via hatch doors. This cabin also has a private head and shower.
Each bunk guest area is fairly spacious and can easily be imagined as crew quarters.
I believe this boat will be a great fit for people who enjoy entertaining; may have a large extended family or would like to put her into a private charter operation.
In my opinion, she is beautiful as she is yet with even minor changes, she would be easy to update.

4 burner electric Stove

Deck Gear

Fenders
Boathook
Davits
Swim Platform
Instrument Covers
Bimini
Bow Thruster

Electric windlass
3 anchors
(CQR, Danforth, Claw)
91.44m of chain
Novurania 400 dinghy (2001)
(RIB)
40hp outboard, Yamaha, 4 stroke, Short shaft (2000)
Main Anchor: 115 lb, stainless steel articulated plow (CQR type).
2nd Anchor: Northstar 32kg claw. Stowed in lazerette
3rd anchor : Danforth 65lb. Stowed in lazarette.
Dinghy: 2001 Novurania 400 - 13'6"
Dinghy and motor are in good operational use.
Crane davit: Brower Systems, 1500 lb capacity.
Bimini replaced approx 2016 with stainless steel supports and reinforced bases connected with stainless through bolts.

Nav Equipment

Compass
Radar
VHF
SSB
GPS
Autopilot
Stereo
Clock
Barometer
Navigation lights
TV
Fish Finder

Compass: Danforth-Constellation and Ritchie
VHF: Standard Horizon Maxi and Standard-Horizon Spectrum
Hailer: Standard Horizon C75
GPS Chart: Furuno GP1810
GPS LORAN: Northstar 800
Radar/Chart/Sounder: Furuno NavNet C-Map NT
Radar #2: Furuno with CRT display
Sonar: Lowrance HDS10 - Pilothouse
Sounder: Furuno FCV667 - Flybridge
WX FAX: unknown if operates
SAT phone: Wave Talk antenna system (unknown if operates)
SSB: ICOM IC-M700
Autopilot: Furuno NavPilot
LaCrosse Weather Station

Safety Equipment

Carbon Monoxide detector
Life jackets
Life buoys
Searchlight
Horn
EPIRB 406MHz

9 bilge pumps (1 manual / 8 electric)

Smoke Alarm: First Alert
EPIRB: ACR SAT 406 MHz RLB27; expired
Life Raft: 2006 Beaufort 860, 8 person
Bilge Pumps: 2 - West Marine 750 shower sumps; 3 - Rule 3700; 3 - Rule 2000; 1 - Leeson-Oberdorfer AC electric manually activated pump.

Broker's Comments

VIRTUAL TOUR - VIDEO - 80 TO 100 PHOTOS - FULL SPECS CAN BE VIEWED OF THIS 1986 KNIGHT & CARVER 67.
If you are looking for a luxury yacht with all the comforts, you will appreciate this Knight & Carver 67. Previous owner explained only three of this DeFever Sharp design were ever made. This four-stateroom, four-bath, with a day-head just off the galley is exceptional. The full beam salon and galley create a massive space for entertaining and enjoying while living aboard.
The current owner has been very comfortable living aboard for the last four years.
Knight & Carver began in 1971 as a repair and refit yard on the San Diego Bay. They soon grew to build more than 100 custom luxury yachts. After filing bankruptcy in 2012, they were acquired by Marine Boat Group which was rebranded as Marine Group Boat Works National City. However, many luxury yachts still stop in for refits and repairs on their trips to Mexico -- northbound or southbound.
This K&C 67 was previously a Tuna fishing boat in Mexico and Panama; a live bait well remains on the back cockpit ready to be put back to use.
If you intend to cruise offshore, she has NAID stabilizers, a desalination system, two generators and 2000 gallons of fuel to get you safely, and in comfort, wherever you may wish to go.
If you are considering a Viking, Broward, Ocean Alexander, Hatteras, Pacific Mariner or other US built luxury yacht, you will certainly want to include her in your considerations.

**Special Note: Personal items and Artwork onboard not included in the sale**

View the "In the Captain's Chair" - Knight & Carver video posted on the Waterline Boats YouTube Channel. Copy and Paste the link below >
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEOlc5IS53jgA6tggdV_0rA

These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.

This Knight & Carver 67 Motoryacht has been personally photographed and viewed by Gretchen Miles of Boatshed Everett. Click here for contact details.
The particulars herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but are not guaranteed as accurate. They shall not form part of any offer or contract for the sale of the vessel. The prospective purchaser is recommended to independently check the particulars. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. Personal property is excluded from the sale of the vessel unless specifically included in the listing specifications above or in a Purchase Contract. Personal property may be equipment or gear not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, entertainment equipment, fishing equipment, TV receivers, recreational equipment, kayaks, tools, and personal appliances. Photos that may incidentally depict owners' personal property do not convey that such items are included in the sale of the vessel unless specifically listed herein.

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