|Location||MYCT, Lindisfarne TAS|
|Re-engined in the mid 2000's with twin fresh water cooled Cummins/Mercruiser 200hp diesels and new Bravo 2 legs giving 30 knot top speed. This is a well maintained vessel with berths for up to 6 and a spacious saloon and galley. Very well equipped with peace of mind in having engines with only 430 hours usage. Equipped with a good range of electronics, an electric/hydraulic craypot hauler and inflatable dinghy on davits. Slipped and antifouled in November 2020 and sterndrives serviced then too. |
In a berth at the MYCT Lindisfarne and available for inspection by phoning Steve Taylor on 0400 934 974
|Phone Steve Taylor on 0400 934 974 to organise an inspection in Lindisfarne|
|Deck Material||Fibreglass non skid.|
|Length||9.32 m / 30′ 7″|
|Engine||Twin 2.8 litre QSD 11 diesels fitted new in 2007.|
|Fuel||Diesel 500 litres|
|Accommodation||Can sleep up to 6 in 3 double berths. Forward V berth with fill-in cushion, convertible dinette in the saloon and an aft cabin double entered from port side of the saloon. All have a lined interior, cushions with covers and are carpeted. A very clever layout with an enclosed shower and toilet forward to starboard, galley a step down from the saloon on port side and a flush cockpit with easy engine access.
Storage everywhere, well lit, lots of powerpoints and in excellent order.
|Galley||12 volt/spirit stove, sink with hot and cold water, 12 volt fridge|
|Shower||Pressure hot and cold.|
|Toilet||Enclosed. Electric with holding tank|
|Dinghy||Aspre airdeck. Snap davits fitted to swim platform.|
|Covers||Flybridge, Bimini, windscreen|
|Ground Tackle||Electric with controls to helm. Plough anchor with chain
Spare anchor with rope.
|Electrics||4 x 12 volt batteries.
Intercom between stations
Clock and barometer
|Furuno GPS plotter/fishfinder
Raymarine Dragonfly GPS
Icom VHF radio
|Deck Gear||Rod holders
Outboard motor bracket
Walk through transom
Electric craypot/longline hauler.
Disclaimer: Vessel details are believed to be correct but interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries. We recommend independent surveys and mechanical inspections on all vessels we sell.