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Custom Sail catamaran for sale

  • Phuket
  • 12 Nov 2020 : 14:46 pm
  • ID: 399621
  • Type of Boat: Sail Boat
  • Model: Custom build catamaran
  • Make: Custom sail cat
  • Year: 1993
  • Length: 53
  • Beam: 27
  • Draft: 5
  • Hull Type: Fibreglass
  • Number of Engines: 1
  • Horsepower: 80
  • Estimated Running Hours: --
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Capacity: 300
  • Total Passenger Capacity: 10
  • Number Of Berths / Sleeps: 6
  • Condidtion: Good

Ad Description

Year of build 1993
Bunk Beds yes, 2 sets
Convertible Saloon Table Single yes
Double bed yes, 3
Showers 2
Toilets 2
Bimini yes
Cockpit Cushions yes
Cockpit Ice Box yes
Cockpit Shower yes
Cockpit Table yes
Davits for the dinghy yes
Dinghy yes
Electric Anchor Windlass yes
Outboard Engine yes
Swimming ladder yes
220 V Socket yes
Battery Charger yes
Inverter yes
Cabin Fans yes
CD player yes
Jack for MP3 - i-pod/phone yes
Radio yes
Electric Fridge 12V yes, 150 L
Auto Pilot yes
Depth Sounder yes
GPS Plotter yes
Speed Log yes
Wind Instruments yes
Maximum 10
Recommended 10
Furling genoa yes
Lazy Jacks with Lazy Bag yes
Main Sail Full - Battened yes
BEAM 8 m
Displacement 14 T
DRAFT 1.10 m
Engine 1 x 80 HP
Fuel Tank 300 L
LOA 16.10 m
Water Tank 500 L
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