Timber Cruiser


Price
AU $39,000 Finance
Currency
Length
25' - 7.62m
Use
Family, Leisure, Off-shore Fishing
Vessel Location
Church Point NSW
Launch Year
1954
Hull Material
Timber

REDUCED TO SELL..... Classic 25ft timber launch professionally built in 1954 by W. F Grove, Balmain NSW.
Re-powered & re-wired in 2020 with a 50hp Nanni shaftdrive diesel with only 27hrs on the clock.
Solid Canadian Oregon carvel planked hull suitable for off shore fishing & estuary cruising.
Lockable cabin with enclosed marine toilet & pressure water.
Enclosed wheel house with pedestal helm chair, large cockpit with cushioned engine box plus a removable cockpit sun awning.
Recent insurance survey available on request.
Please call Finn or Jan for more info & to make an appointment to inspect at Holmeport Marina, Church Point.


Price
AU $39,000    Finance   
Vessel Name
Wainui
Boat Reference
3077
Launch Year
1954
Length
25' - 7.62m
Beam
9' 5"
Draft
2' 8"
Vessel Location
Church Point Nsw
Region
New South Wales
HIN
AUWWA 113077DA2
Registration
XX637N
Builder
W. F Grove
Hull Material
Timber
Engine
50hp Nanni shaftdrive diesel
Engine Make
Nanni
Number Engines
1
Horsepower
50hp
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Hours
27hrs
Propulsion
Shaftdrive with 3 Blade prop
Covers
Removable cockpit boom sun awning - All round windscreen cover - Storm cover - Engine box cushion
Cabins
1
Toilet
Enclosed marine toilet
Entertainment
Sony CD stereo system
Galley
Sink with pressure water
Ground Tackle
New Anchor, chain & rope
Safety Gear
Yes
Bilge Pumps
Auto bilge pumps
Life Jackets
Yes
Electrics
Solar panel - New batteries - Re-wired 2020
Electronics / Navigation
VHF radio - Navman Tracker 900 gps plotter - Navman Fish 450 sounder
Deck Gear
Stainless steel bow rail - Boarding platform - Beech laid decks - Pedestal helm seat

CONTACT DETAILS
Dealer
Gameboats
Telephone
Fax
02 99795962
Address
2a McCarrs Creek Rd
City / Suburb
Church Point
State
NSW
Country
Australia


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