|A modern tribute to traditional Dutch boats, the long anticipated Delphia Nano is perfect for fishing fans and families. If you budget is happier with the low operating costs of a displacement boat, then this boat could tick all the boxes. The boat is affordable in all respects, with a moderate purchase cost, and a low fuel bill after a weekend relaxing out on the water. With good standing headroom in the spacious interior, and surprisingly, a double transverse berth aft, a double v berth forward, and two setees there is plenty of sleeping capacity for the whole family. The light, bright interior is finished in beech coloured timber and also has a galley and a private enclosed head with a marine toilet and holding tank. The spacious cockpit has plenty of room for the fisherman, and also a removeable cockpit table for meals outside or unwinding with sundowners. The outboard lifts for shallow waters or beaching, and a retracting centreboard aids in directional stability, and as a pivot point for sharp turns if manouvering in close quarters. Supplied on a tandem axle trailer with a winch and 4 wheel brakes, and with a combined weight around 1800kg the outfit is comfortably towed behind a medium to large family car or utility. The beam is 3m, providing a spacious interior, but will require wide load signs and flashing beacons in some states. A displacement boat is a slow comfortable boat, but with its modern easily driven hull, typical of the Delphia range of powerboats, a lot of horsepower is not required and a 4 stroke Yamaha 9.9hp Thruster is suggested in having excellent fuel economy but plenty of power at low speeds.
AU $112,530 Including Duty/GST
||23' 11" - 7.30m|
||Renowned naval architect, Andrzej Skzrat|
||DELPHIA YACHTS, Poland|
||Composite, foam core fibreglass|
||Yamaha 9.9HP 4 Stroke Thruster recommended and included in price. Rectractable engine mounting. Engine room: Wheel steering via cable|
||2 x 20L tanks|
||Optional large bimini shade awning over cockpit|
||Aft transverse double bed, double v berth forward, dining table, 2 x setees, galley, enclosed head. Light, bright interior timber finishes in beech colours. Removable cockpit table.|
||Optional, in enclosed head with vanity and sink and toilet|
||Marine toilet with 40Litre holding tank in enclosed head.|
||Sink, 2 burner cooktop, storage lockers and shelving|
||Optional Waeco Cd30 drawer type fridge in galley|
||Delta anchor, 6kg with rope|
||12V electric bilge pump, manual bilge pump. Fire extinguisher. Additional safety equipment to Australian standards to be added at time of delivery, 406 epirb, flares, life jackets etc.|
||12V battery, 100AH, LED cabin lighting, LED navigation lighting, master electrical switch panel, 12V power socket at switchboard, Fusion marine stereo with am/fm/vhf/ipod, usb and antenna.|
|Compass, Lowrance Link 5 VHF transmitter with DSC and cable and antenna. Lowrance HDS7 combo gps/plotter/fishfinder depth sounder with built in antenna.|
||Anchor roller, self draining anchor locker with place to store gas bottle, large opening hatch on foredeck, hatch over galley, large non opening panoramic windows, 2 x semi pushpits and 2 semi pullpits, spacious cockpit with plexiglass windscreen, 4 x mooring cleats, 4 x fairleads, removeable cockpit table, 2 fishing rod holders.
Heavy duty tandem trailer with winch and 4 wheel brakes.
||If you think about this boat's roots in the North Sea, you would think of a sturdy craft that could handle bad weather safely, and with its spacious interior with good headroom and well thought out interior, it ticks all the boxes as being a very economical family boat that wont break the budget. Pricing is correct as at 9-06-2014 but can vary due to currency exchange fluctuations.|