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1991 Bayliner 27' Cabin Cruiser

1991 Bayliner 27' Cabin Cruiser

  • 08 Aug 2019 : 01:01 am

Her hull and engine have been well taken care of by owner’s technician checking regularly and her maintenance condition is great. Berthing on the dry stack, she is easy to maneuver, can take you out for fishing or island hopping easily without any complications. Propulsion: Propelled Full Engine Rudder Control: Yes Heavy Machinery Fitted on Board: No First Licensed Date: 13/01/1992 Declard Arrival Date: 13/01/1992 Flag: Unregistered Breadth: 2.6Meters Depth: 1.7Meters Dek Type: Partially Decked Year Built: 1991 Price is SGD$30000 To access BOBBAS, BASCO's Online Boat Buying And Selling platform, click here: https://onlineauctions.basco.asia/ you'll need to register to view more.

2006 Grady White 225 Tournament

2006 Grady White 225 Tournament

  • 21 Aug 2019 : 02:20 am

Grady White 225 Tournament w/Yamaha 250 + Fabdock + brand new 9.9hp Yamaha auxiliary engine Fastidiously maintained since new, with many tasteful mods and improvements made, and as happy running to Tioman as to Lazarus this boat is a real go anywhere toy, with classic looks, high quality US construction - and of course a great stereo. Running costs for berthing and insurance are cheap with the engine recently fully serviced including some expensive part replacements out of the way, and fresh antifoul done prior to the Fabdock being purchased. Considered the Range Rover of boats, this Grady White 225T was purchased by its present 3rd owner in Jan 2015 in Langkawi from a very particular owner who had owned the boat from 2011, prior to which she was kept under cover in Raffles Marina in Singapore. We motored her down from Langkawi over a few days - despite her size she is a proper boat! She could use new upholstery and there are some bits and pieces i would recommend doing but overall you won't find something better for the money. Full details and service history since new available on request. Will be sad to see her go! Price is SGD$52,000 Excluding Fab dock which is SGD9,000 Extra To access BOBBAS, BASCO's Online Boat Buying And Selling platform, click here: https://onlineauctions.basco.asia/ you'll need to register to view more. Read More About This Boat Here: https://onlineauctions.basco.asia/Listing/Details/275472/2006-Grady-White-225-Tournament

NEW BLUE EYES is for sale!

NEW BLUE EYES is for sale!

  • 14 Aug 2019 : 15:50 pm

Winner of 2018 CSC Sailfest, 2018 CSC PY Twilight Series, and 2019 CSC PY Twilight Series I New Blue Eyes is a 9m Young 88 which is compact and perfect for a first time owner. She has a great racing pedigree and more importantly she is fun to sail! She is kept is full racing trim and the owners participate in all Club races. Long inventory list and navigational equipment on board – available upon request. LicenceNo: SZ19626C. Specs: Year, Make and Model: 1985, Young 88 MOD Dimensions: 9 x 3.3 x 1.8m Tonnage: 3220 kgs Engine: Inboard Hyundai lifeboat diesel 15KW Last antifouled June 2018 Sails: Main, 150% genoa, A-sail and Spinnaker Solar panels for continuous trickle battery charge for easy start every time Full sale (half share also available) To access BOBBAS, BASCO's Online Boat Buying And Selling platform, click here: https://onlineauctions.basco.asia/ you'll need to register to view more. Buy Now Price SGD25k

2014 P1 Panther 28SS 28'

2014 P1 Panther 28SS 28'

  • 09 Aug 2019 : 03:22 am

Designed for speed and performance, the P1 is a very fast and fun boat capable of speeds in excess of 70+MPH (60+ knots) due to her Evenrude 250 High Output ETEC engine with 4 blade Mercury racing prop. She is the 4 seat version so you can also bring your friends. The hull was recently wrapped with a stylish new design and she looks sharp. The orange and white interior also looks great. Manufacturer Provided Description This 28 ft. sport racer is powered by a 250+ hp engine. This propels the boat to speeds up to 70+mph in flat water, and its lower center of gravity provides greater stability and improved handling. There is a removable rear cowl to access rear bench seat for additional passengers, when the Panther is used as a leisure craft. It is built to NMMA and ABYC boating standards, and CE certification is pending. Hull Composite core and stringer materials control weight and simplify the lamination process, with vinylester resin to bond the matrix. The boat's 100 percent composite construction created a completely unitized structure for endurance and safety. The Panther has a bi, tri, and quad-directional knitted fiberglass hull with twin step shape. Safety features: crumple zones and Kevlar cockpit give 360 degree impact-penetration protection. Length from the bow to the bottom of the transom and overall. The length from the bow to the transom (not including the notch) is 26'8". The LOA is 28'9" (Beam is 7'9") The boat comes with a power jack plate, providing 5" of vertical travel. This can place the prop-shaft from 2" to +3" in relation to the keel. Cockpit The cockpit design was engineered to provide many of the elements of an enclosed cockpit in a "commercially viable" open-cockpit configuration. The cockpit liner is integrated into the deck component, independent of hull sides. The space between the cockpit liner and the hull sides is supported by bulkheads creating “crumple zones" providing a 360 degree additional layer of protection for the pilots from both water intrusion and collision impact. Access to the forward compartment of the boat is only available through a deck hatch, leaving no open access for water to enter the cockpit at the pilot level to cause hydraulic related injuries. Placement of driver/navigator inside the cockpit ensures maximum protection from water impact and collision, with their shoulders at or below the level of the side of the deck line, within the isolated cockpit liner. A polycarbonate wind screen provides secure protection from wind and water while providing outstanding visibility. The Panther comes standard with the following: Recaro suspension seats, 30 gallon ballast tank, carbon fiber dash, Garmin 740 NMEA Compliant Chart Plotter, external hydraulic steering, integrated VHF intercom system, poly-carbonate windscreen, integrated lifting hardware, stereo. Foot throttle accelerator, configuration for driver/throttleman operation, boarding ladder, 4-person intercom integration, rear seat comfort package, custom graphics. Engine and transmission The engine is an Evinrude (BRP) 250HO ETEC (model E250HSL) with a 20" center section Prop: Mercury Racing Bravo 4-blade in a lab finish configuration. It is a 26" pitch standard rake. Shaft length mm (in) / 508 (20") Weight kg (lbs) 231 (509) Engine Type Loop Charged V6 90 degrees E-TEC Direct Injection Bore x Stroke mm (in) 98 x 76 (3.854 x 3) Displacement cc (cu in) 3441 (210) Ignition System IDI Fast Rise Inductive Ignition Knock Sensor Starter Electric Trim Method FasTrakTM Power Trim and Tilt Propshaft kilowatts (HP)* Factory Tuned for High Performance Full Throttle Operating Range 4500-6000 RPM Gear Ratio 1.85:1 High Speed Fuel Induction E-TEC Direct Fuel Injection with stratified Low RPM combustion mode Alternator Variable Voltage Computer Controlled 133 Amp**/1800 watt output with Regulator Cooling Pressure and Temperature Controlled Water Cooled Steering is remote To access BOBBAS, BASCO's Online Boat Buying And Selling platform, click here: https://onlineauctions.basco.asia/ you'll need to register to view more.

1986 Sea Ray 340 Sundancer

1986 Sea Ray 340 Sundancer

  • 21 Jul 2019 : 01:17 am

The craft a Searay 340 Sundancer built in the United States in 1986 is of all fibre-glass construction. It is fitted with twin Mercruiser petrol engines, each of 380 horsepower. Below deck, forward there are two double bunk cabins, a common toilet, together with small galley area and dinette. The conning position is above the machinery space, aft of which is a large open cockpit with the area provided with ample seating. The craft has a rigid radar arch and canvas awning forward between the arch and windscreen. Aft of the radar arch is a stainless steel framed portable bimini, complete with side screens. Extracts from the 2017 survey report: HULL, STRUCTURE, FIXTURES AND FITTINGS With the yacht being afloat during the attendance, it was not possible to closely examine the under-water surfaces, fixtures and fittings. Hull, external Above the waterline, the hull was seen to be in good, sound, condition and well maintained. Surfaces were seen to be well polished with no scratches or abrasions. There were however some areas of minor discolouration brought about by weather and pollution, together with fenders rubbing between the hull and the pontoon. The surfaces below the waterline, could only be sighted a short distance through the water, however, it is understood the underwater section is regularly cleaned and from what could be seen, it appeared in good condition. Hull, internal Much of the hull, internally, is concealed behind built-in furniture, fixtures and fittings or panelling. However, in the bilges, chain locker and machinery spaces, the internal surfaces could be examined. Where sighted, the hull internally appeared in very good condition, with no sign of any deterioration of the fibreglass. The forward bilges were seen to be clean and dry, however, the bilges in the machinery space, particularly the lowest section, were rather dirty, with obviously spilt oil. Fixtures and Fittings The exhausts and overboard discharges were seen to be well installed, and although with slight staining on the paintwork, there was no corrosion around the perimeters. The boat has a rubbing strake all the way round and this was seen to be in good, undamaged condition. Similarly, the swim platform and its folding boarding ladder were seen to be well secured and in very good condition. The boat’s name and port of registry is clearly displayed on the transom. DECKS The weather decks are of fibreglass construction, with non-slip surfaces. They appeared clean and well maintained. The cockpit deck which incorporates panels for access to the machinery space was seen to be in reasonable condition, with the panels well fitted. Deck Fittings The yacht is fitted with a stainless steel pulpit and side safety rails extending back to the cockpit. These were noted to be clean, polished, well secured to the deck and without distortion. The anchor has a purpose-built fairlead which extends forward of the bow, so that the anchor does not come into contact with the hull when ‘housed’ and the chain when at anchor is similarly held away from the hull. Forward there is an electrically driven anchor winch, together with the anchor and chain, which is connected to a rope warp. The winch can be operated locally and from the conning position. The chain and rope combination is fed down into a locker, below the winch and was noted to be clean and dry. Mooring cleats of high-quality material were also noted to be well secured, with no evidence of any movement. Fairleads were also noted to be of good quality and well fitted in the transom. The forward coach roof has two skylights cum escape hatches, fitted above the accommodation. These were noted to be of high quality, well installed and having good securing arrangements. Seals were found to be soft and malleable, with no evidence of any water ingress. MACHINERY The machinery space on this particular craft is quite cramped, however, apart from the rather dirty central bilge it appeared in good, well maintained condition. There had been a generator but this, it was advised, was not operating, so has been removed and to-date not replaced. Mechanical The craft is fitted with two Mercruiser 454 petrol driven engines each developing 380 horsepower. It was advised that these had, in 2010, been completely re-built by the manufacturers’ local agents, with the running hours now recorded as 442.3 to port and 450.5 to starboard. They both appeared, externally, to be in clean well maintained condition. Engine mountings were in first class condition with no evidence of any lateral or longitudinal movement. Liquid lines were seen to be well installed with no leakage at any of the fixed to flexible joints. The cooling water lines lead from their intakes to filters before entering the machinery system. All lines and filters were seen to be in first class condition with connections having double circlips for security, and valves fully operational. Exhaust lines were seen to be in excellent condition, and well secured. Fixed to flexible couplings were seen to be well secured and there was no sign of any exhaust gas leakage. This craft and its engines have a ‘V’ drive arrangement from the engine to the stern gland. The stern glands are therefore not easily accessed and it was not possible to take photographs. However, there appeared to be little or no water in the bilges, indicating that the glands were performing their function. Electrical The main switchboard is located on the port side, of the entrance to the main saloon and a secondary switchboard is located on the port side of the panel at the helm position. Switches were seen to be clearly labelled for their various circuits and were found to have smooth positive action. The craft has battery banks on either side of the machinery space. The batteries appeared in good condition, clean and well maintained, with terminals well secured and without corrosion. The main battery control switches are on the forward bulkhead of the machinery space and are easily accessed. The yacht has a shore power connection, which is fitted with a watertight screw cover for protection when not in use. Wiring is generally concealed behind panelling and built in furniture, however, where sighted, it was noted to be in good condition, well run and well secured. Plumbing The yacht is fitted with two bilge pumps, both in the machinery space, one fitted forward and the other aft. The bilge pumps are fitted with automatic float switches, to activate the pumps in the event that the boat takes water while unmanned. There are also manual overrides, should these be required. Piping was noted to be well run with joints secure, while through hull fittings and associated valves, all appeared in ordered. The various liquid lines were all noted to be well run and well secured, with the airconditioning system being located in such a position as to be easily accessible for maintenance. Steering Gear The steering gear is in the aft part of the machinery space, which is also difficult to access in respect of photography. However, the steering gear was noted to be in good condition, with no leakage of hydraulic fluids at the ram, or any of the liquid lines. Further, the rudder stocks penetrating the hull, appeared to be well sealed and without water ingress. ACCOMMODATION The accommodation is air-conditioned, and has one internal system together with one external unit. Although the air-conditioning was operated only briefly during the attendance, it did appear to be working satisfactorily. Of course it can only be operated fully when the craft is connected to shore power, as without the generator, this is not possible. At the forward part of the accommodation is an island type double bunk, while at the aft part, beneath the conning position, there is a second double bunk, should it be required. This second bunk does have less head-room due to its location. Both these compartments appeared in reasonably well maintained condition. Aft of the forward cabin, on the starboard side, is the galley area. This has sink, three burner stove and oven, together with a refrigerator, all of which were in operational condition. There are good work surfaces and ample storage space in the galley area. Opposite the galley is the dinette, comprising two bench seats together with adjustable table. This whole section of the cabin cruiser appeared to be in reasonable condition, but the owner did say it was his intention to re-furbish as the furnishings were showing signs of age and needed upgrading. Windows in the accommodation appeared to be well installed and without leakage. The shared bathroom, on the starboard side, aft of the galley area was seen to have toilet, washbasin, and shower, all of which appeared in good used condition, with the sliding port allowing for ventilation, when required. The short staircase at the aft part of the accommodation, leads up to the conning position and open entertainment area. At the helm, position there is a double upholstered seat for the helmsman and one other, while alongside that there is another double seat. Both of these were found to be adjustable and in reasonably good condition. The cockpit has plenty of room and currently there is a wooden bench seat at the aft part, also in good condition. Overall, the accommodation generally is in good, used condition. SAFETY EQUIPMENT This cabin cruiser has a built-in fire suppression system built into the machinery space. In addition, there are other portable extinguishers in various locations. It has two life buoys, together with a number of life jackets positioned both at the helm and within the accommodation. It was noted that it has a new set of distress pyrotechnics which are valid until October, 2019. There is also an AIS fitted in the plotter system. NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT The craft has a good outfit of navigational and communication aids. Directly in front of the helm is a compass, with machinery gauges and in close proximity an ICOM IC-M412 VHF radio. It has a Garmin chart plotter, complete with GPS. There is also a Garmin Echo 150 depth sounder. The machinery controls are dual lever systems on either side of the helm, and trim tab controls are also close at hand. In addition, there are switches for various circuits such as the bilge pumps, anchor winch, navigation lights, etc., located within easy reach of the helm. The windscreen has a canvas protective cover for when the boat is not in use and there is also a canvas bimini which stretches from the top of the forward windscreen, to the radar arch, protecting the helmsman from the weather. The radar arch is also used for the mounting of the various antennae for the boat, which provides maximum possible range. The windscreen also has windscreen wipers for use during inclement weather. There is also a horn mounted on the coach roof. COMMENTS This cabin cruiser was found to be in very good condition, although in need of some maintenance work and replacements. CONCLUSION The boat was found to be in sound, seaworthy, condition and ready for immediate use.

2006 Kaohsuing Flybridge Cruiser 48'

2006 Kaohsuing Flybridge Cruiser 48'

  • 19 Aug 2019 : 04:11 am

Specifications: - 2006 Kaohsuing Flybridge Cruiser 48' "Trillion Star" built in Taiwan - Twin Yanmar Diesel engines, Model 6LY2A-STP each 350 HP, fully rebuilt in April 2017 - Length 14.60m / 48 feet - Beam 4.4m / 14/5 ft - Draft 1.00m / 3.3 ft - Fibreglass hull - 20kW Onan generator - Fuel capacity 1,500 knots - Cruising speed 8-9knots - Max speed 11 knots - 2 cabins with attached toilets - Galley fitted with cooker hob, microwave oven & fridge - 3 separate air-cons to master cabin, guest cabin & saloon - Garmin GPS interfaced with depth sounder - Fitted with Tele-commander - Capacity - stability test done for 14 persons Trillion star is a yacht with a large spacious fore-deck, after deck & fly-bridge deck. Built in Kaohiung Taiwan, she is a well built yacht and rides well at sea. She is fitted with stern-propellers & rudders and with her shallow draft, she can cruise in shallow waters with minimum risk of damaging her propellers & rudders. Both her Yanmar engines were re-built and her carpets were replaced in 2017. To access BOBBAS, BASCO's Online Boat Buying And Selling platform, click here: https://onlineauctions.basco.asia/ you'll need to register to view more.

2010 Rinker 260 Express Cruiser 28'

2010 Rinker 260 Express Cruiser 28'

  • 14 Aug 2019 : 16:15 pm

This Rinker 260EC presents very well with plenty of recent work done to get her to the current excellent condition. The cabin includes a forward seating area which converts into a sleeping area, plus a large double bed in the aft of the cabin. The galley is also well appointed. There has been plenty of maintenance and upgrade works over the last two years... Full Engine Service including new Manifolds and exhaust risers, new water pump, new clutch assembly, new drive shaft, disassembled and rebuilt the stern drive. Other works on the boat include new Camper Canvas, new Trim Tabs, new Aircon Circuit Board, Generator Servicing, new Freshwater Pump, new fenders and new toilet cover etc. This boat is ready for a new owner to jump in and enjoy. Basic Boat Info Make: Rinker Model: 260 Express Cruiser Year: 2010 Condition: Used Category: Power Builder: Rinker Construction: Fiberglass Boat Hull ID: US-RNK92746A010 Has Hull ID: Yes Dimensions Length: 28'10 ft Length Overall: 28'10 ft Beam: 8'6 ft Max Draft: 3'2 ft Min Draft: 2'2 ft Bridge Clearance: 7 ft Dry Weight: 6,750 lb Deadrise: 18 ° Electrical Circuit: 220 V Double Berths: 2 Engines / Speed Engines: 1 Make: MerCruiser Model: 350MAG Bravo III Drive Type: Stern Fuel: Unleaded Engine Power: 300hp Type: Inboard/Outboard Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Stainless Steel Year: 2010 Engine Hours: 160 Tanks Fuel Tanks: 1 Fuel Tank Capacity: 100 gal Water Tanks: 1 Water Tank Capacity: 33 gal Holding Tank Count: 1 Holding Tank Capacity: 27 gal Other Maximum Number Of Passengers: 8 Heads Count: 1 Drive Type: Stern Trim Tabs: Yes Windlass Type: Electric Boat Class: Express Cruiser, Cruisers, Sports Cruiser

1988 MOODY 42 Sailboat

1988 MOODY 42 Sailboat

  • 19 Aug 2019 : 07:22 am

This is a chance to own a safe, comfortable and well-equipped offshore sailing yacht and great weekend boat. This well maintained, non-charter coastal and offshore middle cockpit cruising yacht has a spacious interior plus a great inventory and various recent upgrades make this boat definitely value for money and is extremely fuel economic with an inbuilt 50 hp Perkins 4.108 and 6.2 kn cruising speed and a fuel consumption below ~3.5 l/h. All GRP, a light and airy saloon, spacious accommodation for 6, including the generous island berth in the master ensuite cabin aft and the V-shaped bow bunk with direct access to the toilet/ shower wet cell. Designed by Bill Dixon, the Moody 422 are highly respected yachts and extremely well documented all over the internet, constructed in Plymouth, UK and built to Lloyd's Register of Shipping hull building specifications. Seafari will take you anywhere in supreme comfort and safety. Price SGD$86400 To access BOBBAS, BASCO's Online Boat Buying And Selling platform, click here: https://onlineauctions.basco.asia/ you'll need to register to view more.

2016 Custom Limo Taxi Boat

2016 Custom Limo Taxi Boat

  • 22 Aug 2019 : 02:05 am

The boat is a 30 foot Italian designed piece of art. Inspired by the Venetian taxi boat, it is a dedicated luxury river cruiser. It features real leather interior, and a sliding targa style roof for open air sight-seeing. It is powered by an FPT/ Alfa Romeo turbo engine, similar to those used in Venice, providing quiet, powerful and reliable yachting. Operating cost are extremely low, with fuel costs of only $10 per hour with cruising speeds from 8 to 18 knots. To access BOBBAS, BASCO's Online Boat Buying And Selling platform, click here: https://onlineauctions.basco.asia/ you'll need to register to view more. Price is : SGD $75,000