Price just reduced for quick sale. This is an AMAZING opportunity!
If this boat were a pet, it would be an indoor pet, fed only good food, have a sleek and shiny coat, and back recently from the vet’s with a certificate of excellent health. Instead, this is a beautiful power boat built to Lloyds of London standards in the UK, kept in a boat house her entire life, with about $60,000 CAD spent on a refit in 2021.
Her fully-serviced engines have only 1,281 hours and are begging you to put more on them, so welcome aboard! Get to where you really want to be by using the two helms, the radar, and big touch-screen display. Drop the anchor and turn on the fully-serviced 4kW genset if you want to. Have a bubble bath in the tub, get out, dry off, cook the day’s catch, and watch the sunset from the comfort of the teak aft deck or the flybridge. Enjoy this with your favourite people and a glass of something delicious.
Do this every day until you can’t stand the joy of it anymore and head for the home port. Use the brand-new bow and stern thrusters to side-slide into your slip. Unload the boat, load up the car, and from the top of the ramp, look back and think, “Wow! I have the best possible life!”
Call me immediately, don’t wait a single instant. Life’s too short.
Trina Holt 250.818.4658 email@example.com
This is a production-built command bridge cruiser of fibreglass construction throughout having a raked stem, hard chine V-hull with transom stern. The decks comprise of a short foredeck with anchor roller, windlass, and large foredeck locker, followed by the raised trunk cabin and side decks, leading to the open aft cockpit.
Below deck there is a fully enclosed chain/storage locker, followed by a collision bulkhead. Next, is the aft cabin with island berth, hanging locker to port, and enclosed head and shower/tub compartment to starboard. Next aft, the lower saloon with the galley to port and built-in cabinetry to starboard.
Steps lead to the main saloon which is laid out with the lower helm station to port, followed by built-in cabinetry and the electrical distribution panel. Opposite to starboard is additional cabinetry, followed by a U-shaped settee. The machinery space is beneath the main saloon cabin sole and accessed by removable hatches.
The flybridge is accessed via a ladder through an opening over the aft deck. There is a bench for the pilot and companion.