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Introduced in 2000, the McKinna 65 is a handsome pilothouse yacht whose graceful lines stood in contrast to the aggressive styling of many European luxury yachts of her era. Heavily built on a modified-V hull with prop pockets and a relatively wide beam, the high-gloss interior of the McKinna 65 is an impressive display of grain-matched woodwork and luxurious furnishings. Included in the three-stateroom layout is an amidships master suite with a diagonally positioned berth. The galley and dinette are on the pilothouse level, a few steps up from the spacious salon with its facing settees and built-in 42"" plasma TV. The flybridge, which can be reached only from a pilothouse staircase, seats eight and extends well aft with space for a tender. Adding to the sense of luxury are the teak decks and flybridge sole. Note the engine room, accessed from the aft deck, is a little tight. Additional features include a bow thruster, foredeck sun lounge, extended swim platform, laundry center, underwater exhaust system, and lower helm deck door. Optional 800hp Caterpillar diesels cruise the McKinna 65 at 20 knots (mid 20s top).