|36 Foot (plus duckboad) Markline 1100 Fly bridge, Twin Diesel Engine, Shaft Drive Family Cruiser. This late model 1100 SHAFT DRIVE with twin 200 HP turbo diesels is a rare find!!!
One of the last Marklines produced in NZ in 1989, this has all the refinements from those that went before. These boats have a great reputation for strength and seaworthiness with a well designed and comfortable interior.
Loads of space and heaps of storage make this great for the family. The duckboard has a purpose built railing to hold an esky and bait board all at your finger tips, make this an ideal fishing platform.
There are huge advantages in a twin shaft drive; better balance, reliability, maneuverability, economy and not to mention the minimal maintenance required compared with outboard legs. This Markline has been very well maintained and is ready to serve the next owner as well as it has to the current one.
The large aft cockpit area is protected by clears as well as flyscreens and the huge extended flybridge creates plenty of room above to sit and enjoy sundowners with friends. A large sliding door gives access to a roomy and stylishly decorated saloon which has flyscreened sliding windows to provide airflow. Shadecloth screens all round provide added sun protection. Step down to the well set out galley with microwave, double gas burner cooktop and an ultra reliable and efficient, compressor driven ENGEL refrigerator to keep the beer cold (all the time) and enough space and storage to make the cook happy. The two cabins are light and roomy and will sleep 4 but there is plenty of room to add temporary accommodation in the saloon by folding out the dinnette, or even in the flybridge on newly upholstered lounge cushions.
Solar panels provide enough power to be fully self contained with 4 x starting batteries and 4 x house batteries.
This boat is great value and is a brilliant boat for those long relaxing weekends with the family or extended trips to those hard to get to places; or even that quick overnight fishing trip out to the reef and well worth your inspection.
A marine survey has just been completed for insurance purposes and can be provided on request.
A long term berth at a private jetty in the Boyne River is also available, so you can have that holiday home on the water without that million dollar price tag.
||36' 6" - 11.12m|
||2 x 200HP|
|Engine Hours (2nd Engine)
||38 Lph (Total)|
||3-Blade fixed pitch 480mm counter rotating|
||750 Litres (2 x 375 Litre Tanks)|
||400 Litres (1 x Tank with sight level indicator)|
||3.6m Swift RIB maxi tender inflatable (Available at extra cost)|
||4HP Mercury (Available at extra cost)|
||Full clears up and down|
||SALOON: Spacious teak fit-out with dinette converts to double bed. Cupboards and wine rack to starboard, opening windows.|
||Main with double bed and wardrobe with 80cm LCD TV. Separate double bunk cabin to starboard.|
||Head and cockpit|
||Electrasan Toilet System|
||LAYOUT: U-Shaped step down to port, sink, practical with ample storage space|
STORAGE: 2x Eye level and 2x bench cupboards + large underfloor lift out compartment
||80 Litre 12v compressor driven Engel fridge / freezer|
||Built in eutectic freezer into bench corner of galley|
||Tudor two burner LP gas|
|Hot Water System
||Engine driven head exchanger / storage|
||ANCHOR WINCH: 12v Maxwell Nilsson winch|
REMOTE: Local and from both helms
ANCHOR: 35lb Manson CQR, 20lb Mooloolaba reef anchor, 2x Spares.
CHAIN: Approx. 100m x 8mm short link gal chain
||SPOTLIGHT: Deck mounted|
||3x submersible auto bilge pumps|
||406 Mhz MT400 Epirb|
||7x Adult, 3x Child|
||Fire extinguisher and blankets|
||LIGHTING: 12v Fluro and LED|
SHORE POWER: 240v with External connection
INVERTER: 2,500w pure sine wave inverter built into starboard side locker of saloon
BATTERIES: 2x 2 banks AMARON starting batteries, 4x 6v U52200 house batteries
SOLAR PANELS: 200w roof mounted panel with regulator built into starboard side locker of saloo
|GPS: Navman Tracker|
PLOTTER: Navman Plotter
SOUNDER: Furuno colour sounder
RADIOS: GME GX600 VHF radio on flybridge, GME GX 552A VHF radio at lower helm