Maxum 1800MX - £6,995

The Maxum 1800MX is a manageable power boat ideal for family day trips, water skiing and fun. CE category C.

Ellie Mae has a single bucket helm seat with a flip-up bolster. There are further seats either side of the engine box and back-to-back seats to port that will fold down flat to form a sunpad. There is seating for two in the bow.

Skis can be stored in the cockpit locker and there is further storage under the bow seating.

There is a built in bathing platform with a stainless steel boarding ladder.

She comes with a Nicholson NT1500 road trailer. This needs attention to the handbrake.

The engine is a Mercruiser 135hp, recently serviced.

The owners have the original builders certificate and original invoice showing tax paid.

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Boat Specs:

Hull : GRP
Year : 2004
LOA : 17' 6" (5.3m)
Beam : 7' 0" (2.1m)
Draft : 2' 10" (0.9m)
Keel : Deep vee
Engine Type : Stern drive
Engine : Mercruiser 135hp
Fuel : Petrol
Fuel Capacity : 79 litres
Location : Gwynedd

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VHF radio
Garmin GPSMap 451S
Garmin Fishfinder
Standard Maxum instrumentation (some dials not working)


Nicholson NT1500 Road Trailer
Bimini frame and full cover
Bow and cockpit covers
Winter cover (new)

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