Step onboard Pacific Provider and you become part of a sports fishing adventure, diving, surfing along with all the luxury of a super yacht and the support and reliable services of her twin Detroit Diesel 12V149 (replaced in 2014) ” With a 75,000 gallon fuel capacity the Pacific Provider can reach further than most ships of its kind and stay there – until you are ready to leave.
An Owner’s imagination is all that is needed to apply this vessel for his own uses. It can be operated as a stand-alone SUV-style expedition vessel capable of world exploration. In this capacity, its rugged exterior will serve well in ports where a pristine yacht exterior might draw unwanted attention. She is asking $3,950,000.00 USD – Click HERE for more info
This vessel costs less than half of what a current conversion would cost. It is turn-key and ready to head out on an adventure. Load it up with an array of toys and off you go. Pacific Provider maximizes your time at sea with no limitations on where you can go and how long you can stay has always been a challenge for anyone who has taken their yacht to sea.
The Pacific Provider is designed to take the best shore side support services and transport them offshore to open up new places for boaters with a taste of adventure without sacrificing safety and comfort.
Our unique combination of luxury and performance allows the Pacific Provider to deliver the “ultimate experience in offshore adventure.” With an 80,000 gallon fuel capacity the Pacific Provider can reach further than most ships of its kind and stay there for extended periods of time. Her range can accommodate a round trip to Sydney Australia from San Diego California without refueling. This ship will not only get you to where you want to go, but take care of you when you get there.
With a capacity to make 7,500 gallons of fresh water a day, 4 ice makers and power to support several game-boats and water craft, the Pacific Provider can do it all. Her tough commercial exterior can withstand the rigors of a hurricane force winds, driving rain, or blistering heat without damage to often misguided materials used on a “typical Mega Yacht.” Yet her inside accommodations for 12 plus ample crew are luxurious, special and give a feeling of being at home miles offshore.
The transformation of a 1978 offshore supply vessel was performed by the renowned Stabbert Shipyard in Seattle and was supervised by Stan Antrim formally of Shadow Marine and now Yacht Escort Ships. Boris Krilloff and Associates served as Navel Architect ensuring a high quality build for long term performance.