|Categorie||Kanaal en Rivierschip|
|Locatie||Marlow, Buckinghamshire, Groot-Britannië (Harleyford Marina)|
|Lengte over alles||7.01 m|
|Max diepgang||0.91 m|
This 1988 Searay 230 Weekender sports cruiser, comes with a Mercruiser 245hp 5.7L V8 petrol engine on a sterndrive . The outdrive was serviced in 2018. 2 berths. She has the feel of a fine solid family sports cruiser. Viewing is recommended.
***View Ashore at Harleyford Marina***
A Dinette with V-shaped seating area which can seat up to 4 which has storage beneath. with drop down table to form double berth. Various opening hatches including an escape hatch in the coach roof, vanity mirror forward and shelving to port and starboard. Further aft to port is the Galley:
Consists of refrigerator, sink and storage for crockery etc. Above the galley is the barometer and the CD player.
Opposite on starboard to Heads:
With chemical toilet, vanity mirror and storage for toiletries etc.
Helm position to starboard with full instrumentation including rev counter, oil and engine temperature, volt meter and fuel gauges as well as Autohelm BiData, various 12v circuit breakers, VHF radio and throttle control.
To port is the navigator seat and further aft are two individual seats as well as the padded bench area at the rear of the vessel.
Engine access if via a cockpit hatch. Bathing platform via bathing ladder.
The cockpit is covered by a retractable canopy and parts can be removed to turn into bimini top.
2 berths in 1 cabin area
1 x Mercruiser 5.7L 245hp petrol engine
Fenders & warps
Outdrive Serviced: 2018
Antifouled Last: November 2018
Vessel used on the Thames
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