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2003 Custom Carolina 65 Paul Mann

Poor Girl

$2,300,000

Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
  • 2 Engines

Preliminary Listing ORIGINAL OWNER: Designed and Built to Travel and fish the World, "Poor Girl" is a well known East Coast Tournament Contender. Built specifically to fit the needs of this Original Owner, she was built with a huge Cockpit Mezzanine, complete with Stainless Steel lined Bait Freezer, Ice Dump, bait and drink boxes. Huge Transom fishbox and Livewell (these are also Stainless steel lined). Teak cover and coaming, Teak cockpit floor and centerline cockpit engine access. Twin 3412 Caterpillar diesel engines, cruise nicely at 30 kts with a 36 kt top speed. SeaKeeper 9, twin Northern Lights generators, triple Garmin touch screen MFD's. Huge flybridge, Bow Thruster, tons of Flybridge seating and storage. Beautiful Salon, 3 stateroom with 2 head/showers and built in Rod/Tackle storage.

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Galati Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Bluewater Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

  • Last updated Apr 25th, 2024
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Specifications

Quick Specs

Country: United States
Category: Sport Fishing
Model: 65 Paul Mann
Model Year: 2003

Accommodations

Hull Information

Hull Material: Wood

Dimensions

Length: 65 ' (19.81M)
Draft: 5' 2" (1.52M)
Beam: 18' 8" (5M)

Speed/Weight/Capacity

Fuel Capacity: 1350 G. 5110 L.
Water Capacity: 250 G. 946 L.
Holding Tank: 60 G. 227 L.

Engines


Engine 1

Engine Make: Caterpillar
Engine Model: twin 3412
Engine Year: 2003
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 1,400
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 8,760
Engine Location: Port

Engine 2

Engine Make: Caterpillar
Engine Model: twin 3412
Engine Year: 2003
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 1,400
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 8,760
Engine Location: Starboard

Details

Walkthrough - Cockpit/Bottom, Side and Foredeck


  • Foredeck repainted 3/2024
  • Hull Repainted 5/2011
  • New High Speed Rudders 5/2011
  • Shaft Tubes
  • Propellers retuned 2/24
  • (2) OceanLED under water transom lights
  • Moderate Keel with moderate transom deadrise
  • Full length Spray Rails with Lower Guards and "Tumble Home"
  • Recessed Lenco Electric Trim Tabs
  • Fresh Bottom paint and under water Zincs 2/24
  • HUGE Cockpit: 14' wide and 10' deep to base of Mezzanine steps
  • Stbd side transom door
  • Transom Hawse Pipes for stern lines
  • Heavy Duty stern cleats, mounted beneath the coverboards
  • Teak Cockpit Floor, redone 2018 with no cockpit in-deck hatches
  • Release Marine Teak Fighting Chair with Adjustable Footrest and Launcher backrest with rigging tray and Drawer, (Chair Cover included)
  • HUGE Transom fishbox, Stainless steel lined with a Cutting board underside of HD Teak lids (20 inches wide, 24 inches deep, 64 inches wide
  • Transom Livewell, stainless steel lined (16 inches in Diameter, 24 inches deep, Heavy Duty teak Lid with cutting boards mounted to the bottom
  • (2) Electric reel plugs beneath coverboards
  • Raw water washdown
  • Fresh water washdown
  • (2) 50 amp Cablemasters
  • (2) Triple Spreader outriggers, triple rigged, plus Teaser with Stainless Steel Ferrule and Jam Cleat
  • (1) Center Rigger
  • (6) flush mounted Rod holders, three each side
  • (2) Zero degree "Dredge Rod" holders, one each side
  • Teak Mezzanine Step is 26 inches deep
  • Removable Mezzanine Cushions and Backrests by C-Worthy Custom Yacht Canvas and Upholstery, Pompano Beach, FL
  • Stbd Mezzanine Storage box (32" x 22") with Stainless gas shock
  • Stbd Mezz Seat has an Electric Grill beneath (Miele Brand)
  • Aluminum Bridge Ladder is Powdercoated white, and along the Stbd side of the Salon Door
  • Salon Door is hinged and painted Faux Teak, lockable window in the top half
  • Dredge Weight storage in the Mezz step
  • Stainless steel lined Drink Box at the Salon Entry with Stainless Gas shock
  • Center Line Engine Room Hatch
  • (2) Stainless steel lined Bait Boxes in Port Mezzanine step. Both are (30 " wide x 12" deep and 18" long)
  • Upper Port Mezzanine Seat has Bait Freezer beneath (27" wide x 27 deep x 14" long) Stainless Steel lined
  • Upper Center Mezzanine Seat has Ice Dump beneath (28" wide x 30" deep x 19" long) Stainless Steel lined
  • Cockpit Overhang provides for the entire Mezzanine space, with (3) overhead lights and (2) stereo Speakers
  • Side Decks feature Faux Teak Toe Rails
  • Molded in Hand Rails along the top of the Deck House
  • Black Mask
  • LED Running Lights
  • (3) foredeck hatches
  • (6) Heavy Duty mid-ship and bow cleats (3 along each side)
  • HUGE Anchor Locker with Fresh water Washdown

Walkthrough - Fly Bridge Deck


  • Stbd Side ladder access with Closable Hatch
  • Ladder style Rear Hardtop legs, easy to climb onto the Hardtop for easy cleaning
  • Double Back rail with (6) rod rocket launcher
  • Center Rigger
  • Flybridge Release for Outriggers
  • Faux Teak Caprail
  • (2) Release Marine Teak Ladderback pedestal helm chairs
  • 24 volt Flybridge Sub-Panel located in port side cabinet
  • Radiobox along port side is waist high and houses ZF Backup engine controls, (2) Icom M604 VHF Radios, Bow Thruster control panel, Remote Spot Light control panel, Light Switches
  • NAV Station Dash Panel raises electrically and is 49" wide and 20" tall
  • (3) Garmin GPSMap 7612 MFD Screens
  • Lenco Trim Tab switches with Position Indicators
  • ZF Transmission Control Panel
  • Simrad AP28 Autopilot
  • (2) Caterpillar Electronic Engine gauges
  • Furuno RD30 data repeater
  • SeaKeeper Control Panel for SK9 unit (installed in 2014, serviced 2/24, 2398 run hrs, 2021 Sea hrs)
  • Dytek ST1000 digital Sea Surface Temp gauge
  • Fusion MSUD750 marine stereo AM/FM/XM/Pandora/ Bluetooth
  • (2) 6" BOSE helm deck stereo speakers
  • Faux Teak Helm Pod with single lever Palm Beach Style Controls (bow thruster buttons at the thumbs position)
  • Engine Start/Stop buttons on underside of Helm Pod
  • OVERHEAD HATCH, (2) Miya Epoch US6 Electric Teaser Reels and (2) Aux VHF radio speakers
  • (1) overhead Map Light
  • Three sided Polycarbotate Helm Enclosure (recently replaced)
  • Stbd Side Lounge Seating, with Rear Facing Mate Seat, storage beneath, forward facing backrest and 8.5' long seat with Rod Storage beneath
  • Center and Port side U-Shaped seating space in front of the Helm Console: 6.5' x 6.5' x 4' with 6.5' Rod Storage space beneath
  • Ritchie 6" Powerdamp Plus magnetic Compass is forward on the Bridge Deck
  • PFD Storage in the "dog house"

Walkthrough- Salon and Galley


  • The salon is really where you really get the sense of the Size and Beam of "Poor Girl"
  • Salon Dimensions are 9'6 deep and 14'6" wide with over 7' of Headroom
  • Enter through a lockable, hinged stbd side door. The door features a faux teak exterior, varnished interior
  • Along the Stbd side is a Granite countertop with the Main AC/DC breaker and switch panel and remote-control panels for both or the Generators inside of the cabinet
  • A stbd side sofa (over 6' long) runs along the stbd side with storage beneath, suitable for 6' rods
  • There are End Table at each end of the Stbd sofa, each has 2 drawers
  • The entry flooring is teak and holly with the remainder being carpeted
  • A full carpet runner protects the Salon Carpet from wear
  • An L-shaped sofa (cream colored Ultra Leather) runs along the aft and port side of the Salon, with storage below and with End Table and Lamps on each (drawers in one End Table and Bottle Storage beneath the other)
  • A triangular shaped Ottoman (same upholstery as the sofa) serves as a footrest for the L-Shaped Sofa
  • Forward from the Salon is the Galley with Corian counter tops and Two Bar Stools on the aft side of the Bar
  • Up one step to the Galley Level and the U-shaped Dinette Table that runs along the port side, with a Corian topped Dining Table and strategically placed 110v outlets for use.
  • The Galley peninsula extends from the Stbd side and features a Corian Countertop
  • Teak and Holly floor for the Galley Floor
  • There are SubZero refrigerator and Freezer beneath the Counter. (2) 700 BF and (2) 700 BR units
  • There is a large Two Layer Wine Bottle Safe that is concealed in the "Corner" of the galley countertop
  • The Galley sink is a Corian Undermount, quite large, with a Combination Spray head/faucet with a Corian Cuttingboard top for the Sink
  • (3) large Galley storage drawers
  • Pull out Trash and Recycle Storage containers beneath the sink
  • Kenyon 2 burner electric Glasstop stove
  • (4) huge storage drawers
  • Black & Decker coffee machine
  • Slide out Drawer for the Toaster Oven
  • Slide-out upper storage drawer
  • GE Profile Microwave Convection oven
  • (2) zones of Salon Heat/Air Conditioning for the Salon/galley
  • Dimmable overhead lighting
  • LED Rope lighting in the upper Valances
  • Large Side and Aft salon windows are tinted
  • (2) salon stereo/TV speakers
  • 40 inch LG flat panel TV in a cabinet at the Port forward space in the Galley, viewable from the Entire Salon
  • Samsung DVD/BlueRay Player
  • Denon stereo receiver
  • DirecTV receiver
  • Sony CD Player
  • Integra DVD player
  • Icom M402 VHF Radio in the salon

Walkthrough- Lower Accommodations space


  • From the Galley, down a 6-step stairway is the Lower Accommodations space
  • Central Vacuum connection at the base of the stairway
  • Whisper wall panels line a Nice/Wide hallway
  • At the base of the stairs, on the port side is the Guest Head and Shower

GUEST HEAD AND SHOWER

  • Teak and Holly floor in the Guest head with mirrored ceiling
  • Corian Countertop with undermount sink
  • Upper medicine cabinet storage with three mirrored doors
  • Large full standing height Fiberglass Shower with acrylic shower door and Spray head shower fixture
  • Head Hunter elongated electric flushing toilet

GUEST BUNK ROOM

  • Forward of the guest head is the bunk room
  • Lockable privacy door
  • it's own zone of Heating/Air Conditioning
  • Upper bunk is a Single
  • Lower Bunk is a Double
  • End Table with storage cabinets
  • (2) reading lamps
  • Upper storage cabinets
  • Laundry is located in a Cabinet within the Bunk room
  • Splendide Washer/Dryer combination unit and 2 storage drawers

ROD STORAGE ROOM

  • Forward of the Guest Bunk room is the Formal Rod and Tackle Locker
  • stand-up room for multiple rod and reel combinations
  • Storage Cabinet
  • Overhead light

FORWARD VIP STATEROOM

  • with lockable privacy door, the VIP suite is located in the forward portion of the boat. There is more than 7' of headroom here
  • Island Queen sized bed with 3 large storage drawers beneath
  • (2) upper sleeping bunks, one along each side. Perfect for kids/grandkids, also suitable for luggage/duffle bags
  • (2) reading lamps
  • (2) end table/nightstands, 110v electric plugs here
  • 13 inch Toshiba TV/DVD player
  • Stbd side Short hanging locker for clothes (with light), with 3 storage drawers beneath
  • Port side Long Hanging Locker with light
  • Full length Dressing Mirror

MASTER STATEROOM

  • located at the base of the Stairway on the Stbd side is the Master Suite
  • Pedestal Queen Ben, with a Beautiful Headboard along the stbd side
  • storage drawers beneath the bed
  • (2) end tables/night stands with 110v electric power
  • 13 inch Toshiba TV/DVD player above a "make-up" counter and mirror

MASTER HEAD AND SHOWER

  • Forward in the Master Suite is the Head, with privacy door
  • Teak and Holly floor
  • Mirrored ceiling with overhead lighting
  • Corian Countertops
  • (3) door mirrored Medicine Cabinet
  • Fresh water tang gauge is located within one of these medicine cabinet doors
  • Very large Stand-Up shower with Spray head and Acrylic shower door

Walkthrough- Engine room, Bilge and Mechanical


  • Complete Cooling System service (Heat Exchanges, Aftercoolerss removed, cleaned/tested/painted) Summer 2023
  • Exhauist Risers replaced 2016
  • Engine Room access is via a large opening in center line of the Mezzanine, and drops you directly into the Middle of the Pump Room
  • Livewell switching, Fresh water Switching (dockside to tank, dockside to Fresh water system), located at the Engine room entry
  • Engine Room fan switches
  • Dometic Eskimo Ice Machine, 540 lbs/day, with a Very Short discharge hose directly into the Ice Dump
  • 110 volt Raw water pump for the Eskimo
  • Bilge Alley provides access to the Aft Bilge, and runs between the Fuel Tanks
  • Fuel Cross Over hose between the fuel tanks
  • Gaff and Brush Storage in the overhead of the Bilge Alley
  • Tides Dripless Rudder seals
  • Sea Star Power Assist steering system
  • SeaFrost Freezer unit for Bait Freezer
  • Charles IsoBoost shore power Stabilizing Transformer
  • Dual shift-on-the-fly Racor primary fuel filters
  • Tool Box
  • Tides Dripless Propeller Shaft seals with spare seals
  • Oil Changing System for engines and transmissions
  • ZF Marine Transmissions
  • Twin Caterpillar 3412 inboard diesel engines
  • Bluewater "Legend Complete" Desalination Water Maker
  • SeaKeeper SK9, installed 2014 (serviced 2/2024, 2398 run hrs, 2021 sea hrs)
  • Generator 1: Northern Lights 20 kw diesel powered generator with 7535 hrs
  • Generator 2: Northern Lights 20 kw diesel powered generator with 1881 hrs
  • 24 v ChargePro Ultra Smart Charger
  • Charles Industries C Charger 5000 series 50 amp 24 volt Battery Charger
  • Raritan Electric Water Heater, 20 gallon
  • (2) 50 amp Cablemaster units for shore power cords
  • Fireboy Automatic Fire Suppression unit
  • (4) 110v power outlets
  • (6) overhead Fluorescent lights with LED Bulbs

Sea Trial/Performance and Fuel Burn


1750 rpm = 27 kts = 80 gph

1850 rpm = 28 kts = 95 gph

1950 rpm = 30.8 kts=110 gph

2000 rpm = 32 kts = 121 gph

2100 rpm = 33.6 kts = 135 gph

2150 rpm = 35 kts

2225 rpm= 36 kts

Build Process


From the builders website: HOW WE BUILT OUR BOATS The Paul Mann difference

Experience and expertise counts

No Carolina custom builder offered longer experience combined with greater expertise: Over thirty years in business and a lifetime of training, engineering, design skill and specialized resources.

Unparalleled customer service

When you purchases a Paul Mann boat, you received constant support year after year from Paul Mann. All too often that doesn’t happen with other builders.

High tech and higher craftsmanship

From the structure to the systems, exactly the right materials in exactly the right places, all put together with flawless craftsmanship.

55 feet and up. Only.

Paul Mann specialized in 55-foot-plus yachts. And Paul Mann was selected as one of the “Top 50 Sport Fishing Boats of All Time” thanks to “great performance and beautiful interior design.”

A true custom build

No matter the specification or requirement, Paul likely has flawlessly designed and engineered it before. If not, no one had greater skills to achieve your goals.

Performance like no other

Running numbers on the last Paul Mann builds were far beyond expectations and were unmatched by other builders.

Frame and plank, or jig

You could have built your boat hull with your choice of the classic, traditional frame and plank method, or a jig build. Either one created the perfect shape.

A proud bow and crown

The unique, unmistakable look of a Paul Mann derived in part from the special beauty of a beefy bow and distinctive crown. A characteristic window cut identifies a Mann from a mile away.

Award-winning cabinetry, design, and joinery

Mann is by far the most awarded wood craftsman in the niche through interiors of an entirely new level, offering dazzling combinations of burnished wood, superb cabinetry, and lush fabrics.

A few at the time.

Some builders attempt to build many boats at once. Paul much preferred to build one or two at the time–no more than three. It’s a better way to focus on efficiency and more complete attention to detail.

On time and on budget

Nothing is more important. Paul delivered on time and on budget each and every time.

The hull characteristic you want

The subtle “convexity” of Paul’s various hull designs ensured the performance for the conditions that most affect your primary end use: fishing, trolling, and running in your area’s typical seas.

A delightful building process

Suffice it to say, the build process was superior and great fun for families as Paul created their masterpieces.

The Paul Mann work of art

The best can only be Mann made. Your Paul Mann will always be the best of the best.

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