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Now reduced to £8,500 or near offer, this rugged triple keel vessel built in 1983 is offered for sale as a dive tender or fishing boat.
She was originally designed and built by Harding in Norway who specialise in the production of all weather rescue craft for the offshore industry. In 2004 the then owners re-configured the main deck and created a watertight forward store.
The hull is a triple keel design specifically designed for adverse weather and sea conditions and with ample deck space she is ideal for a variety of offshore tasks including diving and sea angling.
The large cuddy located forward offers ample secure watertight storage space for equipment. The stern boarding platform in conjunction with a dive ladder are a useful feature. The large bimini provides cover from rain and sun.
At the time of the recent survey the surveyor commented that with minimal additional expenditure she can be coded for commercial use if required.
Powered by a Volvo Penta TAMD42WJ six cylinder 4 stroke 230 BHP engine driving a Castaldi 06 Jet drive propulsion system she is capable of 20knts. The engine is exclusively for use with waterjet rather than prop.
A recent survey is available for serious enquirers.
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|LOA||: 26' 0" (7.9m)|
|Beam||: 10' 0" (3m)|
|Draft||: 2' 6" (0.8m)|
|Engine Type||: Inboard|
|Engine||: Volvo Penta TAMD42WJ with Castaldi 06 water jet|
Plastimo compass; icom vhf; Simrad RO68 vhf with dsc; JRC Radar 1000; Navman Tracker 5500
12 / 24 volt
Bimini with frame; 1 x fire extinguisher in engine compartment; 1 x dry powder fire extinguisher; warps and fenders; 4 x anchors; dive ladder; Viking 6 man life raft (in date)