1999 Privilege 465

Georgetown, MD, US


LUNASEA is a unique, lightly used, 4 cabin owner's version (starboard side - see explanation detail) Privilege 465. She is in very good condition and is ready to cruise to the Bahamas, Caribbean or around the world.

LUNASEA is thoroughly equipped for voyaging with a large 8 KW Northern Lights generator (3,973 hrs), air-conditioning in the salon and owner hull, water-maker, Lithium batteries, 1200 Watts solar array, Iridium-Go and washer/dryer combination. She is powered by twin 40 HP Yanmar engines with a modest 2000 hours pushing Max Props. The electrical systems onboard are 110V/60 Hz and 12V.Her pristine interior is finished in a light birch with thatched headliners, soft-touch white wall liners and teak and holly flooring.

She has many new and upgraded components including the following highlights:

  • New sail wardrobe: Main, Genoa, Code 0, Asymmetrical spinnaker.
  • Recent running rigging.
  • New salon windows (2023)
  • New Marinair air-conditioning in salon and owner hull (2023)
  • Recent Lithium batteries
  • Recent Raymarine plotter and instruments
  • Recent RIB tender

She has had only two owners, has never chartered and has been used lightly on the Eastern Seaboard and in the Bahamas. See the detailed sailing history in the attached specification.LUNASEA is the only Privilege 465 available in the Americas.

Other features include:

  • Bimini hardtop with sliding hatch over helm seat.
  • Isinglass cockpit enclosure.
  • Caframo fans in all cabins and galley
  • Upgraded electrical system
  • Dorade boxes with cowl vents for below decks ventilation
  • And much more...

Located at Georgetown Yacht Basin an hour's drive from Annapolis, MD, a 1.5 hour drive from Baltimore Washington Intl Airport and a two hours drive from Philadelphia and New Jersey.


  • Length: 47ft
  • Beam: 24' 0"
  • Year: 1999
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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  • Keel: Twin Keel


  • Length Overall: 47 ft
  • Length Waterline: 44.75 ft ft
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 72' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 24' 0"


  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3JH3E
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1974
  • Engine Power: 40 hp

  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3JH3E
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 2036
  • Engine Power: 40 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (226 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (226 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 4
  • Number of heads: 4


  • 3 independent cabins, 4 queen berths (owner cabin starboard side has two separate queen berths). Sleeps 8 comfortably.There is a door at the top of the stairs of the starboard companionway leading to the owner hull. There is a large desk midships inboard on the starboard side.
  • 4 head compartments. One with conventional hand pump marine head, sink basin and shower, two with Airheadcomposting toilets, sink basin and shower, one with shower only in forward starboard side.
  • All berths are queen size. Bedding and towel sets for each cabin.
  • New (2023) salon windows
  • New (2018) Isotherm C160 refrigerator in galley
  • European birch interior finish throughout
  • Salon seats 9. Cloth cushion covers.
  • Numerous hanging lockers and cabinets
  • New (2021) Custom 6.9 cubic foot air/water cooled freezer in port hallway
  • New (2018) Isotherm 8 gal hot water heater
  • Microwave
  • 4 burner propane stove with oven
  • Washer/Dryer
  • FCI 20GPH Aquamiser Plus Model: A526 watermaker
  • Whynter FM-45G 45 Quart Portable Refrigerator and Deep Freezer Chest, AC 110V/ DC 12V, Real Chest
  • Freezer/Refrigerator with -8F to 50F Temperature Range, Gray
  • Galley is complete with pots, pans, plates, bowls, glasses, cutlery, blender, coffeemaker
  • Microwave


  • Hardtop Bimini with sliding top hatch above helm
  • Removable Isinglass curtains around of cockpit
  • 5 coats Pettit Protect epoxy barrier coat(2020)
  • 3 coats Pettit Ultima SR-60 antifouling, green(2020)
  • New (2018) Quantum Genoa
  • New (2018) Quantum Code 0
  • New (2021) Quantum mainsail
  • New (2021) Quantum asymmetrical spinnaker
  • New (2018) Quantum mainsail Stackpac
  • New (2018) Selden top down CX25 furler
  • Aluminum removable bowsprit
  • Endura 12mm Code 0 spinnaker halyard
  • New(2023) Main halyard
  • New (2022) Main sheet
  • New (2022) Genoa sheets
  • Lewmar Electric winch at helm for Genoa sheets and main halyard
  • 2 20lb propane tanks (1 steel, 1 aluminum)
  • Electric propane shut off valve and switch in Galley
  • New (2018) Magma Monterey propane grill
  • 300 feet inch anchor rode
  • 120 feet chain
  • Bruce anchor
  • Fortress anchor with 30 feet chain and 100 feet rode
  • 2 – 5 gallon diesel containers
  • West Marine Premium Bosun chair
  • New (2018) AB 10 aluminum bottom RIB Tender
  • Bow fuel tank for Tender
  • New (2018-2019) deck hatch and side port lights
  • New (2022) Salon windows
  • Cockpit seating cushions

Engine and Mechanical

  • Twin 40hp Yanmar 3JH3E engines

Port hrs: 1,974
New starter installed 2022
New 1000MCA battery 2022

Starboard hrs: 2,036
New 1000MCA battery 2022
New 120amp alternator with external Balmar MC-614 regulator (2019)

  • SD31 Saildrives,serviced in 2022 (new seals and oil)
  • Maxprop 3 blade 70-3-17 props
  • Northern Lights 8Kw 220/120 VAC, 60Hz genset (Generator: 3,973hrs)
  • Engine and Genset exhaust hose replaced
  • Yamaha 15hp 2-stroke outboard


  • Victron Argo FET battery isolator on both engines
  • LED lighting throughout
  • Navigation lights all LED
  • Upper tricolor and lower Bimini level running lights
  • The salon has white as well as red lighting
  • New (2023) 16,000 BTU Marinaire A/C in salon
  • New (2022) 5,000 BTU Marinaire A/C in Starboard forward cabin
  • New (2022) 5,000 BTU Marinaire A/C in Starboard aft cabin
  • 1,200 plus watts of solar panels with 2 Victron MPPT 100/30, and one Victron MPPT 100/50 SmartSolar chargecontrollers
  • Victron BMV-712 house battery monitor (2019)
  • 600amp Battleborn LiPo house batteries (2019)
  • Two 50 feet 30 amp shore power cords
  • Two 50 feet 50 amp shore power cords
  • 220VAC 50A shore power is connected through an isolation transformer and galvanic isolator.

  • 120VAC 30A shore power has a galvanic isolator.

  • Reverse power Y adapter 2x30a shore side to 1x50a to boat

Electronics and Navigation

  • Siren Marine remote boat monitor (2021)
  • New (2019) Raymarine Axiom 9 Pro chart plotter at helm
  • New (2018) Raymarine i70s at helm
  • New (2019) Standard Horizon GX2200 VHF with remote mic. Provides AIS to chart plotter. Connected to mastheadantenna with ultra heavy, low loss Coax cable
  • Icom at helm
  • Raymarine ST800 Speed/Temp transducer port hull (2022)
  • Raymarine Axiom 7 RV chart plotter at owners cabin desk
  • Raymarine Realvision RV-200 transducer starboard hull (2020)
  • Westmarine handheld VHF radio
  • Davis Windex 15
  • Iridium Go!
  • Custom WiFi booster and AP
  • Cellular booster with masthead antenna
  • Helm has the Icom VHF as well as a remote handset for Standard Horizon VHF(located at NAV station)

  • AM/FM stereo radio with 4 speakers


  • New (2018) Revere Elite 6-person Offshore liferaft
  • New (2018) Global Fix V4 Cat II EPIRB
  • ACR floating strobe
  • Full length Jacklines
  • Air horn
  • Updated flares (2022)
  • New (2023) Lifesling
  • New (2018) – 6 West Marine Offshore life vests
  • Galerider Drogue 36″, 42″ Web
  • Hardened chain and padlock for dinghy security

Additional Equipment

  • Ryobi 2000 psi pressure washer (2022)
  • New (2018) inflatable SUP
  • Portable Shop VAC
  • Fishing rods, Luhrs, handlines, gaff hook
  • 3 Cabrina Kites(6m, 8m, 11m),

  • 2 kiteboards

  • Misc fenders, dock lines

  • Snorkeling equipment

Sailing history

In summer of 2018 she sailed from Ft. Lauderdale, FL to Annapolis, MD. November 2018 she sailed from Annapolis to Bahamas, spending the winter cruising the Bahamas. She returned to Annapolis, MD in April 2019. She was hauled at Georgetown Yacht Basin in May 2019 and remained in the yard until the fall of 2021. She was launched in September and spent the winter of 2021/2022 at a slip at Georgetown Yacht Basin. In the late spring of 2022 she spent about a week cruising the Chesapeake. In early June 2022 she was hauled at Safe Harbor Great Oak Landing marina and stored in the yard till the end of June 2023. She is now at a slip at Georgetown Yacht Haven marina.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


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