Predator Cuddy Cabin Sportsman 2c survey


Price
AU $100,000 Firm Finance
Currency
Length
26' 3" - 8.00m
Use
Commercial
Vessel Location
PALM BEACH NSW Insurance
Launch Year
1988 approximate
Hull Material
Aluminium

7.49m Predator plate alloy water taxi that has had an extensive refit in last 12 months. Current 2E 2D 2C survey for 9 Passengers plus driver. Full custom made aluminium trailer (replacement cost 25k) with 6 ply tyres, breakaway brake system, bow-access ladder, led lights, deck ramps, two spare wheels/tyres. Boat was professionally repainted in December, new custom bimini with full covers/clears, new carpet, new padded seats and aluminium frames, extensive rewiring with new underwater lights, VHF, interior hella led lights, all round led work lights, hella front light bar, new batteries, new fuel sender and gauge, dash charging ports, HDS 7 GPS/Sounder, new fuel system, hydraulic steering. Vessel is in very good condition, ready to work. Twin Yamaha 115 outboards showing approximately 2100hrs. Motors are in excellent running condition with stainless propellers. Vessel was formerly an offshore dive boat so mostly (highway) use. Boat has been serviced by Sydney Mobile Marine since we have owned it. Vessel was professionally antifouled for the first time in December by Gonsalves Boatshed. Has lived on the trailer for most of the time since we owned it. Under deck and side pocket floatation. 100k plus GST


Price
AU $100,000 Firm    Finance    Insurance
Vessel Name
Digger
Launch Year
1988 approximate
Length
26' 3" - 8.00m
Beam
2.5
Draft
1.6
Vessel Location
Palm Beach Nsw
Region
New South Wales
Designer
Cuddy
Builder
Predator
Hull Material
Aluminium
Decks Material
Alloy
Engine Make
Yamaha
Number Engines
2
Horsepower
115
Fuel Type
Unleaded
Engine Hours
2100
Cruise Speed
21
Fuel
220
Epirb
Yes
Survey Details
2e 2d 2c

CONTACT DETAILS
Name
Mark Arblaster
Telephone
City / Suburb
PALM BEACH
State
NSW
Country
Australia


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