The McKinna 65 Pilothouse is the winning result of the collaborative effort between designer J.C. Espinosa and naval architect Howard Apollonio. Rounded curves and flowing lines rise up from the bow and create a very powerful profile, emphasized by the deep pilothouse windows that give the design a sense of authority. The McKinna 65 is a masterpiece in styling and performance. From state-of-the-art construction to a fuel efficient hull configuration, from advanced onboard systems to an unmatched approach in interior design, the 65 sets a higher standard for midsize yachts. The exterior of the McKinna 65 is both stylish and functional. Wide side decks allow for safe access from the spacious aft deck to the sunning area on the foredeck. The flybridge features fully adjustable Stidd helm seats plus ample seating for guests. A bridge-mounted stainless steel hydraulic davit easily handles the RIB tender. The cockpit, featuring a wetbar and barbecue grill, has space for entertaining and dining. Interior accommodations take full advantage of the wide beam and extra space. Soft leather sofas and rich handcrafted woodwork surround a 42-inch plasma television that rises from a lift in the starboard cabinet. Forward is a gourmet galley, large dining area, and pilothouse with a double Stidd helm seat for more companionable cruising. Twin pillars wrapped in beautiful burl wood frame the master bed in the owner’s suite. Adjacent is a walk-in closet and opposite is a large head accessed by double sliding doors. This head has a bathtub, and beautiful marble countertops with his and hers Avonite sinks. Each stateroom has its own private head.