Listed at $389,000

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Available for Sale610 Pilothouse61' 2000 Ocean Alexander 

Great opportunity to purchase a very well equipped Ocean Alexander 610 Motor Yacht 2000 professionally maintained in good condition.

Recent upgrades and services include 06/2020: New teak decks.01/2021: All new raw water hoses for main engines. AC fully service. 06/2021: completed a full service at Derecktor Shipyard in Ft Lauderdale, with new cutlass bearings, stuffing boxes resealed, propellers reconditioned and balanced, new trim tabs, new bottom paint and prop speed, all zincs replaced. Vessel was sea trialed and performed as per manufacturer specifications at 20.3 Knots at 2,200 rpm.

This vessel is priced right and offers a great package ideal for blue water cruising. Located in Ft Lauderdale, available for viewing. Contact listing broker.

26 North Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Nautical Ventures. 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


LOA: 61' (19 m)
Beam: 17' (6 m)
Hull Material: FRP
Fuel Capacity: 1,200 gal (4,543 L)
Fresh Water Capacity: 300 gal (1,136 L)
Holding Tank: 80 gal (303 L)
Location: Florida, Fort Lauderdale, United States
Build Year: 2000
Builder: Ocean Alexander
Model: 610 Pilothouse
Type: Motor Yachts


Vessel Characteristics

Hull type: Planning modified V

Type of bilge: Hard chine with spray rails.

Entry forward & type of transom / stern: raked stem, fine entry and an opening

transom stern.

Swim platform: Mechanically fastened to hull.

Decks: Teak overlay on aft deck and non-skid tread pattern on side deck and foredeck

Type of propulsion: Twin screw with straight drive propeller shafts

Type of engines: Turbo charged 4 stroke diesels.

Masts & Covers: Canvas cover supporting navigation and communication equipment.

Hull colors & type: White gel coat.

Deckhouse colors: Same as hull.

Engine Room

Access: From a teak covered recessed flush hatch center on the aft deck and down a

stainless-steel ladder.

Ventilation: Natural air induction from both port and starboard ventilation boxes and an exhaust fan port side aft.


• Bilge high-level alarm.

• (2) x automatic submersible bilge pumps.

• Automatic and manual fire suppression system.

• Remote located manual fuel shut off pull cables.

Forward engine room port to starboard.

• ‘Xantrex’ Charger/Inverter

• Tool storage

• Fitted fire suppression system.

• Racor fuel filters

Port side forward to aft:

• Battery charger

• Battery boxes

• Cruisair air-conditioning unit.

• Air conditioning cooling pump

• Main engine.

• M/E exhaust and GRP pipe.

• Oil change pump and hoses.

Starboard side forward to aft:

• Fresh water pump

• Fresh water expansion tank

• Air conditioning cooling pump

• Hynautic engine controls

• Main engine

• M/E exhaust and GRP pipe

• Battery boxes.

Aft port to starboard:

• Generator in a sound shield.

• Generator controls

• Battery isolation switches.

Engine room center bilge aft to forward:

• (2) x submersible pumps and alarm.

• Main engine cooling water intake valves and strainers.

• Generator cooling water intake valve and strainer

Engine room insulation

• Overhead perforated aluminum with sound proofing behind.

Engine room deck sole material.

• Painted hull GRP shell laminate

Exterior Deck Arragements

Main deck aft:

• Teak overlay on the sole.

• There is an athwartships settee arrangement directly forward of the transom with

storage beneath.

• A steering station starboard side

• A center line hatch in the sole for engine room access.

• A glass panel and sliding door between the main salon and deck areas.

• A stainless steel and teak stepped ladder up to the flybridge port side.

• A bench top and sink starboard side outboard

• A swim shower port side aft on the transom.

• Access to the swim platform starboard side aft in the transom.


• Remote windlass controls.

• ‘Maxwell’ 24- volt DC electric anchor windlass.

• (1) x flush deck hatch with access to forward cabin

• Mooring cleats.

• Cabin top sun pads both port and starboard.

Main side decks.

• Mooring cleats midships.

• Water fill stations.

• Waste discharge station

• Fuel bunkering stations.

Swim platform and transom.

• Teak covered stair access up and down from aft deck starboard side.

• A swim ladder.

Flybridge deck aft.

• A mast with communication and navigation systems.

• A ‘Nautical Structures’ 24-volt DC electric crane.

• Tender storage.

• A life-raft.

Flybridge forward.

• Helm station and console on center line.

• Seating behind helm station port and starboard.

• A U-shaped seating arrangement aft

• A Bimini style overhead cover.



Guest accommodations: 6 guests in 3 cabins

Guest Accommodation: Access down a stairway forward from the pilot house starboard


VIP cabin forward

• VIP stateroom with access aft from center of passage way.

• Double berth on centerline

• A glass opening hatch above the berth.

• Storage lockers aft port and starboard.

• Access to a shower and head starboard side aft.

Port side guest cabin

• (1) x single berth athwartships aft.

• (1) x single berth fore and aft outboard

• (1) x pullman berth overhead outboard

• A dresser and storage cabinet inboard

Aft master cabin.

• A double berth centerline aft.

• An ensuite head and shower compartment starboard side outboard.

• A dresser outboard port side with drawers and storage lockers beneath.

Main deck salon:

• Access from port side aft deck through a sliding door going forward.

• Access aft stepping down from the pilot house area

• An ‘L’ -shaped dinette arrangement starboard side forward and outboard.

• Loose chairs port side.

Pilot house forward

• A helm station with seating and console on center line

• Access doors from both port and starboard sides off the side decks.

• A ‘C’ shaped dinette with table port side outboard from the helm console

• A switch board starboard side on the stairway leading down to thew

accommodation deck.

Pilot house aft.

• A ‘U’ shaped galley starboard side aft.



Engine manufacturer: Caterpillar

Port /Starboard Hours: Port 2616 Starboard 2549

Model: Both engines are 3176 turbo charged.

Cylinder configuration and number: Straight 6

Engine controls: ‘Hynautic’ hydraulic operated from the flybridge, pilot house and aft

deck locations.

Power: Both engines are rated at 660 horse power.

The engines are 4 point resilient mounted and connected directly to the Twin ZF straight

drive gearboxes.

Engine serial numbers: Port side 2XROI071 Starboard side 2XROI807


Manufacturer: ZF

Type: Hydraulic straight drive, oil cooled via engine cooling water heat exchanger.

Model: IRM320A.1

Serial numbers: Port 198-05284 Starboard 198-05283


Type: Hydraulic

Locations on the flybridge and pilot house helm stations.


Manufacturer: ‘Wesmar’

Type: Transverse tunnel, electric, bronze right-angle drive, double bronze

propellers on stainless-steel shafts with zinc anode cones fitted.

Rating: 24-Volt DC electric 8 kW

Operation: Joystick


Generators & Exhausts: No: of sets: 1

Manufacturer: ‘Northern Lights’ utilizing a Cummins 4- cylinder turbo diesel.

Location: Aft of the engine room port side behind the main engines.


Model: M844LK-20KW

Serial No: 8442-20617

KW: 20


Pump type: (1) X ‘Jabsco’ 24 -volt DC electric pump.

Location: Starboard side midships in the engine room.

Distribution: A manifold with individual valves to supply outlets throughout the yacht.

Level monitoring: Sight glass on the tanks

Pipes valves and hoses: Plastic and rubber hoses throughout the yacht. Plastic


Filters: Not sighted.

Shore water connection: Aft on the transom

Hot water boiler: 1 x ‘Torrid’ 220volt-AC 10-gallon electric boiler located in the



Manufacturer: Village Marine

Model: 220-volt AC electric

Location: Starboard side of the lazarette.


Number installed: (2)

Manufacturer: Sealand ‘Vacuflush’

Operating On: 24-volt DC electric vacuum pump discharging to the (1) black tank.

Waste System Plumbing and Piping: High density polyethylene and rubber sanitation


Electrical & Electronics


The yacht is provided with a generation and distribution system for the voltages of

120/240 at 60 Hz.

AC System:

The ships AC system comprises of:

• (1) x 110 -volt 50amp shore power connection

• 1 x Main Distribution panel

• 1 x 20 KW Generator

General Description:

The yacht has a single generator which is wound to produce 120/240 volts at 60 cycles

single phase and neutral.

The power from the main generator is placed on to the main switchboard bus via a

single breaker. Power is then further distributed around the vessel via the main switch

board. Most large current consumers are rated at 240V single phase.

Power can also be supplied to the main bus whilst alongside by single shore power


Switchboard & Distribution:

The main power switchboard (MSB), located in the forward

Shore Power:

The shore power system consists of:

• 1 x 110 volt- 50amp shore power cord.

• 1 x shore power connection

• 1 x 50amp breaker on the MSB

DC System:

The DC service onboard is a 24 and 12 -Volt DC. The DC system comprises of the following components:

• (2) x 24-Volt Port Main Engines Start Batteries

• (2) x 24-Volt Starboard Main Engine Start Batteries

• (3) x 24-Volt Ships Service Batteries

• (1) x 12-Volt Generator Start battery

• (2) x 24-volt bow thruster batteries

The main DC distribution panel shares the AC on the MSB

Battery isolation switches are in the engine room and on the MSB


Lower helm station

• Garmin chart plotter

• Garmin radar

• (1) x 9-inch screen display.

• Raymarine depth sounder

• Raymarine autopilot control

• Wesmar Bow thruster control.

• Hynautic engine throttles and gear box controls

• Standard horizon VHF

Fly bridge

• Garmin chart plotter

• Garmin radar

• (1) x 9-inch screen display.

• Raymarine depth sounder

• Raymarine autopilot control

• Wesmar Bow thruster control.

• Hynautic engine throttles and gear box controls

• Standard horizon VHF

Mast equipment

• (2) 8-ft VHF antennas

• KVH I4 satellite TV receiver

• Garmin radar scanner

• Garmin GPS antenna

Aft deck station

• Wesmar Bow thruster control

• Hynautic engine throttles and gear box controls


There are LG and Toshiba flatscreens in the main salon and cabins. A stereo system in the main salon. An internet router.


The yacht has a substantial corrosion prevention system installed utilizing green coated

(8) gauge copper wire bonded to underwater sacrificial anodes on the transom and

providing connections and protection to all through hull fittings throughout the yacht.


  • KVH I4 Direct TV system

Air Conditioning

The yacht is fitted with a hot and cold air conditioning system. The system is powered

by 230 Volt AC electric, single phase, 60 Hz

The system consists of two chiller units in the engine room and air handlers in the main

salon and accommodation spaces. The system is manufactured by Cruisair-Dometic



Exterior Coatings:

Hull and superstructure: White gel coat.


Windlass: (1) Installed on center line of the foredeck.

Manufacturer: ‘Maxwell’ (stainless steel)

Type: Vertical capstan and chain gypsy.

Power: 24-volt DC electric

The windlass is controlled using a local foot operated switches.

Anchor deployment: The anchor stows in a cantilevered stainless-steel chute with

nylon rollers.

Anchor: A 33kg Stainless -steel plough style stored in the anchor chute.


• ‘Galley Maid’ 4 burner 220 -volt stove top.

• ‘Galley Maid’ oven

• ‘Premium’ 120- volt Refrigerator and freezer.

• ‘GE’ Micro wave.

• An ‘Insinkerator’ in the galley sink

• ‘Ropel’ dish washer

• ‘Magic Chef’ laundry washing machine.

• ‘Magic Chef’ dryer.


Exterior covers are white color. There are exterior dinette, helm cushions and seat

backs. A stainless-steel tube frame work supports the Bimini cover over the flybridge.

Safety Equipment & Systems

The following equipment was seen onboard. All required equipment unless stated was

recently inspected and revalidated.


• Submersible bilge pumps.

• Navigation lights.

• 1 x horn

• VHF radio with GMDSS

• (1) x search light.


• 10 x PFD's


• 2 x Lifesaving rings.

• MOB function on GPS system.


• Installed engine room fire suppression system.

• Smoke alarm in galley and accommodation areas.

• 6 x powder fire extinguishers

• Remote fuel and air ventilation shut off system.

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