For Sale: 2013 Absolute Yachts 64

The Absolute Yachts 64 express cruiser Blue Daksa is asking $998,000.
Absolute 64 Blue Daksa
The 2013 Absolute 64 Blue Daksa has IPS propulsion, 36-knot speed and is asking $998,000. Courtesy Allied Marine

Blue Daksa, a 2013 Absolute 64, is on the market at $998,000. 

Blue Daksa is powered by twin, 900 hp Volvo Penta IPS1200 diesel engines, but reportedly have the performance of 2,400 hp diesel engines due to their pod-drive design. Blue Daksa will reportedly spool up to 36 knots, but dial it back 22 knots and enjoy a jaunt down the coastline. Both of the IPS transmissions have been completely rebuilt as part of several upgrades the previous owners have performed. 

Absolute 64 Blue Daksa
Sunpads over the tender garage create a great spot for catching rays. The tender is not included in the sale of the yacht. Courtesy Allied Marine

Blue Daksa’s captain can comfortably relax in one of two, electrically adjustable leather helm chairs with footrests at the helm station to starboard. Large windows provide the skipper with a 360-degree view around the yacht. Two side windows open for refreshing breezes. Retract the yacht’s hydraulic hardtop, open the salon’s sliding glass doors and enjoy an open-air environment that flows through to the cockpit. There is a Raymarine glass-bridge helm with three GS165 screens and one E-165 screen with iPhone/iPad integration. Other helm station gear includes:

  • Raymarine ST70 autopilot w/ remote
  • Raymarine radar
  • Raymarine cameras
  • Trim tab controls with position indicator
  • VHF radio with antenna on roll bar
  • Independant GPS sounder
  • Volvo Penta IPS joystick and ACP system
  • Volvo Penta IPS shift and throttle
  • Volvo Penta DPS electronic anchor
  • Chain counter display for anchor
  • Compass
  • Depthsounder and alarm
  • Generator control panel
  • Bow thrusters w/remote
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Three stateroom belowdecks include this owners’ space with a queen berth and en suite head. Courtesy Allied Marine

Abaft the helm station, is Blue Daksa’s salon. There is custom wood cabinetry and a teak sole that glows from the natural light flowing in from the sizable windows to port and starboard, and via the retractable sunroof when opened. Guests can relax on the U-shaped leather sofa to starboard while catching a game at the entertainment center with a retractable flat-screen TV to port. Keep cool with the 10 overhead, and integrated, A/C vents, or lower four electric windows and open the sliding glass door, which completely opens the space to the cockpit.

Allied Marine stated that “Blue Daksa was built by an extremely knowledgeable and detail-oriented owner, who has made very well-planned upgrades to the vessel for cruising pleasure. You will not find a more user friendly, accessible boat. The 64′ boasts a fantastic ride and 360-degree visibility at the helm. She is laid out with upper and lower salons featuring three staterooms, with one stateroom having a customized open layout equipped with an office and convertible bed”.

Absolute 64 Blue Daksa
Open the retractable hardtop, salon doors and side windows to create a wind-in-your hair, supersized open-boat sensation. Courtesy Allied Marine

My favorite space on Blue Daksa is the cockpit. Partially covered by the hardtop, guests have options whether to relax in the shade at the U-shaped sofa with table, or improve their tan on the sunpads. Grab a beverage from the wet bar, while grilling a few burgers for lunch before opening the garage and taking the tender (not included in the sale) out on an excursion to a private beach. Looking for a little more privacy? Walk around to the foredeck and relax on the sun pads covered by a Bimini top or enjoy a sundowner with friends on the forward-facing, cushioned settee with table. Blue Daksa’s decks are very spacious and provide plenty of room to comfortably entertain multiple guests. 

Blue Daksa’s galley is set down, just a few steps from the helm station. The raked windshields above create an atrium effect and the natural light reflects off the custom high-gloss white cabinets, increasing the sense of light and space as you prepare your meals on the stone countertops. The entire belowdecks area has a teak sole. Owners can prepare meals big or small with the four-burner cooktop and built-in convection/microwave oven. Serve breakfast in the lower salon, which is to starboard, directly across from the galley. The L-shaped sofa with table might be the perfect spot for your morning coffee before pulling the hook. The hi-low table can be lowered and covered with cushions, providing additional space for a guest to sleep.     

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The foredeck pads can be shaded with this Bimini top when the sun gets high. Courtesy Allied Marine

After a long day on the water, owners and guests can retire to one of three staterooms. The master stateroom has a queen-sized berth with custom sheets and bed covers. Stow your belongings in custom cabinets with drawers and compartments, two hanging lockers or in the drawers of the nightstands. An en suite head is convenient and private with an oversized sink and shower with a glass door and seat. The VIP stateroom also has a queen-sized berth with stowage underneath and drawers along with two hanging lockers. An en suite head provides privacy as they prepare for a formal evening dinner, dressing in front of the two full-length mirrors. Crew quarters could be converted into an additional stateroom and are accessed from the cockpit or master stateroom (custom).  

Where is Blue Daksa located? The yacht is currently lying in North Miami Beach, Florida.

Take the next step: call or text the listing agent, Tyler Appleby, (305) 965-1206, Allied Marine

Quick Specifications:

  • Length Overall: 64′
  • Maximum Beam: 16.92′
  • Max Draft: 5.58′
  • Cruising Speed: 22 knots
  • Max Speed: 36 knots
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine Make: Volvo Penta
  • Engine Model: IPS1200
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Combined Horsepower: 1,800 hp
  • Fuel Capacity: 795 Gal.
  • Freshwater Capacity: 172 Gal.