65′ Irwin 65

Priced to Sell







Single Diesel
Hull Material

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1982 65′ Irwin 65 ‘Endless Summer II’

This 65′ Irwin 65 ‘ENDLESS SUMMER II’ was the very first charter layout with four guest cabins aft. The first owner worked directly with Ted Irwin to develop this version. ESII has been in continuous charter service throughout the vast majority of her life and has always been marina based at Nanny Cay Marina. She has never ventured beyond St. Barts, so has not been exposed to the rigors of deep sea sailing. Her name had excellent Charter Broker recognition worldwide. In the past she has often completed 25+weeks of charter and has never, in 28-years of service, failed to start (or complete) a charter. 

4 Cabin / 4 Head, (plus crew quarters-2 singles,1 double and 1 head/shower)

She has four equal size guest cabins aft of the companionway, each with a private ensuite head and shower. A large main salon and a spacious galley just forward and to starboard with a pantry opposite and to port. Further forward are two single under/over berths offset to port of the corridor, all the way forward is a V-berth cabin with double berth. The two sleeping areas share a head and shower to starboard of the single berths and is typically considered to be the crew quarters.

  • 120 Volt Seafrost top opening fridge/freezer cockpit cooler with (1) plate
  • 120 Volt domestic front opening fridge with freezer compartment
  • Propane 4 burner stove with oven and grill
  • Pressurized fresh water
  • Stainless steel sink
  • Corian counter tops
  • (5) Raritan manual heads – all heads can go to holding tanks but not currently plumbed
  • (5) Ensuite showers with separate stalls
  • Deck shower
  • Microwave oven
  • Water heater
  • Datamarine CD400 depth sounder
  • Uniden Solara VHF radio
  • Standard Horizon handheld VHF radio
  • Galaxy compass
  • (2) Cockpit speakers, (2) salon speakers
  • Clock and barometer
  • 12 Volt DC, 110 Volt AC
  • (4) 12 Volt 8D AGM house batteries
  • 12 Volt engine start battery
  • 12 Volt generator start battery
  • 12 Volt windlass battery
  • 20KW Northern Lights diesel generator with unknown Hours
  • Alternators; (1) for engine, (1) for generator
  • Power Bright PW2300-12 inverter
  • 100 Amp Power Max battery charger
  • Aluminum main mast. Stepped on keel.
  • Aluminum mizzen mast. Stepped on deck.
  • Quantum furling jib – new ’09
  • Quantum hank on, fully battened mainsail – new ’04
  • Quantum mizzen sail – new ’06
  • Mainsheet traveler
  • Winches:
  • 2 x Barlow 36 ST Electric primaries
  • 1 x Lewmar 30 ST main halyard
  • 1 x Barlow 23 spinnaker halyard
  • 1 x Barlow 24 Genoa halyard
  • 1 x Barlow 25 ST mainsheet
  • 2 x Barlow 19 reefing
  • 1 x Barlow 23 Staysail halyard
  • 1 x Barlow 23 ST mizzen sheet
  • ? 1 x Barlow 23 mizzen halyard
  • 50 Kg. Bruce primary anchor with 200′ (needs replacing) of G3 12mm chain
  • Maxwell 3500 electric anchor windlass
  • (2) Bow anchor rollers
  • Bimini top
  • Vented propane locker
  • Propane tanks
  • Swim platform
  • Swim ladder
  • Bow pulpit and rails
  • Side stanchions and lifelines
  • Navigation lights
  • Life ring
  • Life jackets
  • Fenders & dock lines
  • Search light (elect./man.)
  • Deck light
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit table
  • Salt water deck wash down system
  • (2) Auto/electric bilge pumps
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Propane shut off valve
  • Manual wheel steering
  • (8) Mermaid air conditioners totaling 76,000 BTU
  • Bilge alarm
  • Skeg hung rudder
  • Three blade propeller
  • Borg Warner gear box 2.91:1 ratio – Reconditioned 2015
  • Emergency tiller
  • Bilge blowers
  • Assorted spare engine parts


  • Hours: 6500 APPROX (Unknown )
  • Engine alarms
  • Raw water sea strainer
  • Fresh water cooling
  • Fuel filters
  • Fuel shut off
  • Emergency stop
  • Lube oil storage and transfer system

She was on land at Nanny Cay Marina for Hurricane Irma, where she fell over and lost her main mast. Righted, Repaired and Re-rigged with a tall 3 spreader main mast, she was relaunched and taken to ST Thomas to begin a new career. Change of plans for the owners has the vessel for sail with rigs up, motors running but otherwise in need of further refit, but fairly priced for sale to allow new owners to sensibly continue toward completion. IN the water at Nanny Cay she is available for immediate sale. 

Yacht name

Endless Summer II



Length Overall
Length at Waterline
Engine Make
Engine Model
Engine Type
Drive Type
Fuel Type
Fresh Water Tank
950 Gal ()
Fuel Tank
650 Gal ()
Holding Tank
32 Gal ()
Single Berths

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