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Phat Mann PAUL MANN SIXTY-five

PhAt MAnn. Fun-loving, free-spirited fishing fAnAtics creAte perfection for the sport they love And the After-fishing celebrAtion of A greAt dAy. We almost didn’t get photographs of Phat Mann. Soon after she splashed, owners Mark and Amy Granville-Smith jumped aboard and Phat Mann was “gone fishing.” She has kept “lines in” almost from the day she was launched, and she has had billfish up almost from the time she reached the fishing grounds. Mark spared nothing to create a superb fishing vessel; she is as perfectly equipped and set up as any vessel anywhere, period. And with her funloving, enthusiastic owners, Phat Mann will not stay at the dock often. She may visit her owners’ second home and dock in Islamorada. More likely you’ll find her fishing the lumps, around the Bahamas, off Isla Mujeres or trolling for the win at the Big Rock or Pirate’s Cove. And if you do see her on one of those rare lay days, if you are lucky, you may have a chance to say hello or even trade a story with some of the funnest people you’ll ever meet. Amy may even explain how Phat Mann only started out as Mark’s boat. Now it’s hers!

S P ECIF I C AT ION S Length Overall:

65'

Beam:

18' 8"

Draft:

6'

Weight (dry):

72, 000 lb.

Fuel capacity:

1, 880 gal. 2@750, 1@380

Water capacity:

380 gal.

Test engines:

1, 650-hp Caterpillar C32A diesel inboards

Trans/ratio:

Twin Disc Quick Shift 1.75:1

Props:

34x37 4-blade

Steering:

Power-assist

Controls:

Twin Disc single lever Palm Beach style


Phat Mann PAUL MANN SIXTY-five

CUSTOM EQUIPMENT LIST Marine Electronics of the Outer Banks: Northstar GPS • Navnet • Trac Vision • Direct TV • Weather Channel • 3 VHFs • 1 Side Ban • Robertson Auto Pilot • Scandvik bow thruster • Custom hardtop curtains by Dagwood Spence • Custom teak helm pod with Ongaro Palm Beach-style single lever engine control • 2 Teak Release helm chairs • Teak Release marlin chair with rocket launcher • Miya Epoch Micro US9R Electric teaser reels • Rupp outriggers • Lee rod holders • Custom live well • Insulated stainless steel-lined fishbox • Eskimo ice machine • Air conditioned mezzanine • Stainless steel-lined and isolated cockpit lockers • Isoboost 15KBA • Oberdorfer oil and fuel transfers • Max-Q 1,200 gal/day FCI watermaker • Custom cherry sea rail • Custom cherry and maple countertops • Grohe hardware • Custom liquor cabinet • Sub-zero refrigerator/freezer • Kenyon cooktop • Jenn-Air microwave oven • 37" Aquos LCD HD television and 20" LCD television • Clarion/ Sony stereo system • Head Hunter custom head and tank sentry system • Bosch washer/dryer


SPEED, FUEL BURN & RANGE MPH

KNOTS

GPH

RANGE (NM)

1408

29

25

60

889

1597

31

27

80

734

1911

39

34

108

669

2089

42

37

138

570

2193

45

39

156

529

2315

48

42

178

508

GPH shown is for both engines

FUEL CONSUMPTION RATE Fuel Consumption Rate (GPH) both engines

TEST CONDITIONS Temperature: 82° F Humidity: 80% Wind: 10–15 mph southwest Seas: 1'–2' Load: 1,600 gal. fuel, 300 gal. water, 8 persons, 2200 lb. gear Speeds are two-way averages measured w/GPS. GPH taken via Caterpillar electronic fuel monitoring equipment. All measurements taken with trim tabs fully retracted.

RPM

200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 1400

1600

1800

2000

2200

Engine Speed in RPM

ACCELERATION 50 45 40

Speed (MPH)

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0

10

20

30

Time (Seconds)

40

50

2400

Phat Mann Boat Specs  

Boat Specification Sheet with Specs, Performance Data Charts, Images, Custom Euipment List, and Overhead

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