|Fuel capacity||318.0 ltr (70.0 USG) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Engine||2 x gas 2 stroke 150hp|
|Engine make and model||Mercury Optimax 150 DFI (2015)|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||Not Recorded|
Full engine service history from new, local expert dealership service/overhaul involving £5,571.69 of brand-new Mercury OEM parts fitted as below, plus 30+ hours of labour costing £2K+
Note from specialist: "Compression test engines, all good.
Each cylinder was approx. 120-125 psi, and this is well within spec. Mercury state a compression reading per cylinder of 110-130 psi with a max variance of 15 psi between cylinders. So from your readings, there is very good compression on your cylinders."
"As boat is due to be collected on transport, we have not been able to run up and check engines in water for running/performance although they have been run in the yard for a short time and running was good. Diagnostics showed no faults found, good rpm range on both engines and good compression test readings."
Double battery trickle charger
12 volt battery, 2 batteries charged by: engine, shore power
Lifted and valeted June 2021
Rear seat consoles are adjustable or can be unbolted to allow for dive/survey spread to be secured to the deck
6.00m of chain
30.00m of rode
2009 Indespension SRC10 trailer included
Spare wheel and light board included
Lockable toolbox for cylinder jack, tools, etc in case of punctures
Genuine Mercury outboard covers
Lifting strops and chains
Detachable canvas bow cuddy
2 Nemesis wheel clamps, in bag
Trailer damaged - to be repaired by current owner
|VHF DSC radio|
Class B AIS
LED nav lights and deck lights
LED blue strobes
1 bilge pumps (0 manual / 1 electric)
Self righting system
This is a very impressive looking and purposeful feeling boat.
She was reportedly previously owned by Northumbria Police Authority, so serviced regardless of cost by them.
She has lots of room in her cockpit - two extra seats are provided, should you wish to increase the passenger tally - these would need installing. There is room to move around and for loads, if needed.
She comes with a lot of safety equipment - lots of lighting, a self-righting system and is well equipped with navigation and propulsion indicating equipment.
All in all, she feels like a very strong boat, that could equally suit high speed leisure activities, or she may be well be perfect for other more utilitarian applications.
Her owner has just spent a small fortune on her propulsion engines and trims systems - an invoice can be provided upon request.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
How long have you owned the boat for?
About 2.5 years
Why are you selling her?
Lack of use
Where have you sailed her?
Local to Brighton