Valara VI

Valara VI

Accommodations & Layout

The vessel is arranged with an open-air foredeck and catwalks (with cherrywood rail tops) on the main deck.  Entry into the main salon is via doors forward of amidships port and starboard & aft.  The salon offers a large dining table forward with the four public heads abaft of the dining table along the centerline. Forward of amidships on starboard is a stairway with access between the main and 01 decks.  The beverage bar of abaft of the stairway.  The reminder of the salon offers cocktail type seating arrangements with sofas & tables and chairs.  The 01 deck is arranged with the wheelhouse full forward, then Captains Suite including an office and sleeping quarters and head abaft of the helm. The aft area offers a beverage bar and open-air passenger space.  The 02 deck offers a fly bridge with open air deck space.


The VALARA VI is in very good condition.  The yacht offers a true glamorous yacht experience with a USCG COI.



General Specifications

Deck Arrangements: Main Level, Upper Level. Official Number 912190 in the Vessel Number box and click “search”

Style Yacht
Builder Adams Boat Company
Hull Displacement
USCG Certified Yes
USCG Dry Dock April 2022
Passenger Capacity 149
Gross Tonnage 99
Net Tonnage 78
Speed (approx.) Cruising: 6 knots @ 1,200 RPM
Maximum: 10 knots @ 1,800 RPM
Built 1987
LOA 85′
LWL  79.7′
Beam 22.5′
Hull Depth 8.1′
Draft Water 6′, Air Draft 42′
Displacement 140 long tons
U.S.C.G. Official Number 912190
Route Certification Rivers Plus Great Lakes
Hull Material Steel
Deckhouse Material Steel
Tank Capacities Fuel: 4,000 gallons
Waste: 1,500 gallons
Potable Water: 300 gallons


  • Control station with engine instrumentation (i.e., tachometer, engine oil pressure, ammeters, hour meters, water temperature)
  • Bilge alarm system
  • Hynautic dual clutch and throttle controls
  • Fog bell
  • Kahlenberg model Triple S-3 dual trumpet horn
  • Two Uniden VHF/FM marine radios with antennas
  • Two FM marine radio
  • Garmin model 4212 chart plotter/global positioning system (GPS) and radar system
  • Regoniar compass
  • 4 station intercom systems


  • 12’ glass table with eight chairs
  • L-shaped sofa with coffee table
  • Two loveseats with a coffee table
  • Love seat with a coffee table
  • Two occasional chairs with a coffee table
  • Dining table with six chairs
  • Private lounge with an L-shape sofa, coffee table and sofa.


  • Single partition stainless steel sink – handwashing
  • Range
  • Magic Chef microwave oven (NEW 2018)
  • Walk in cooler
  • Maytag Bravo washing machine (NEW 2018)
  • Maytag Bravo dryer (NEW 2018)


  • Teak bar
  • Three tap cooler
  • Five tap soda system
  • Three tap wine system
  • Manitowoc 150 lb. ice machine


  • Mahogany with oak inlay
  • Three tap cooler
  • Five tap soda system
  • Manitowoc 200 lb. ice machine


  • One ship service 20.0 kW Kohler ROP-63 generator powered by a four-cylinder Perkins 243-CID marine diesel with fuel filter, seawater strainer and seacock (engine hours: 100 August 2019)
  • One ship service 12.5 kW Kohler ROCP-63 generator powered by a three-cylinder Perkins 152-CID marine diesel with fuel filter, seawater strainer and seacock (engine hours: 50 August 2019)
  • Ship to shore power switch
  • 50 AMP/ 240 VAC shore power service
  • 100’ 50 AMP/ 240 VAC power cord
  • 120 VAC/12 VDC lighting
  • 120 VAC duplex outlets
  • Five 12 VDC 8D enclosed heavy duty batteries
  • Perko battery isolation switch
  • Charles automatic 15-amp battery charger
  • 12 VDC manifold bilge system
  • Internationally approved navigation lights (i.e., port light, starboard light, stern light, masthead light, anchor light)


  • 1/4” steel plate hull
  • 3/16” steel plate deckhouse
  • Insulated deckhouses
  • Five watertight compartments formed by four transverse bulkheads
  • Aluminum benches main deck forward
  • Boarding gates: two amidships and two aft
  • Eight 15” kevels
  • Deck fittings:
    • Electrical: port
    • Waste: port
    • Water: foredeck
    • Fuel: port


  • Two 6-cylinder 235 HP Detroit engines (manufactured in 1960), fuel filters, seawater strainers with seacocks (engine hours: 1,100 port, and 100 starboard in August 2019)
  • Built in track system by which to bring engines into the machinery space Diesel model 6-71 marine diesel
  • Engine room insulation
  • Two propellers
  • 2 1/2” stainless steel shafts
  • Sears 30-gallon water heater (220VAC)


The vessel is equipped with four passenger heads and each contains:

  • Raritan head
  • One sink and faucet
  • Toilet paper dispenser


  • 157 type I adult size personal flotation devices
  • 16 type I child size personal flotation devices
  • Three 30” life rings one with line and strobe
  • Three 10 lb. ABC, five 5 lb. BII and two 10 lb. B1 extinguishers
  • Pyrotechnic distress signals
  • Two fire stations including: two 1 1/2” UL approved rubber lined hoses with brass or bronze fittings, two brass or bronze nozzles, two brass or bronze hose bibs.  The bilge pump system operates the fire system also
  • Fire axe
  • 30 KF hinged plow style anchor


  • Platform for a queen berth in each stateroom
  • Area for a shower in each stateroom


  • Drill Press
  • Grinder
  • Drill
  • Welder
  • Sander
  • General tools


  • Exterior coating:  Interlux – high gloss
  • Exterior decks: Nonskid
  • Interior decks:
    • Salon: Carpeting
    • Heads: Ceramic
    • Galley: Vinyl
    • Bar: Teak
    • Wheelhouse: Teak
  • Headliner: Gage
  • Interior Bulkheads:
    • Salon: Wood panel (cherry, white oak & teak)
    • Heads: Coated
    • Galley: Panel
    • Wheelhouse: Teak