Woods Flica 37


Price
NZ $135,000 Reduced Finance
Currency
Length
36' 9" - 11.20m
Use
Family, Leisure, Cruising
Vessel Location
Nelson Insurance
Launch Year
1989 approximate
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

Richard Woods designed Flica 37. Built Palamos Yachts, Cornwall UK in solid fibreglass below the waterline. Twin Yamaha Outboards, fractional rig with furling genoa and MPS. New rigging 6 years ago approx. 4 double berths, spacious salon, galley to starboard with oven and 3 way fridge. Near new B&G electronics package. 2.8 metre inflatable dinghy and outboard. Rocna anchor and electric capstan. Ex surveyed vessel until 2014. Current owner down sizing. Nelson marina berth transferrable.

For more information please contact Steve Thomas +64 274 459 197


Price
NZ $135,000 Reduced    Finance    Insurance
Boat Reference
Flica W ST
Launch Year
1989 approximate
Length
36' 9" - 11.20m
Beam
6m
Draft
0.8m
Keel / Ballast
Mini Keels
Vessel Location
Nelson
Region
South Island
Designer
Richard Woods
Builder
Palamos Yachts, Cornwall UK
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Decks Material
GRP
Engine
2 x 25HP Yamaha Outboards
Engine Make
Yamaha
Number Engines
2
Horsepower
25HP
Fuel Type
Unleaded
Fuel
160L
Dinghy
2.8m Java Inflatable
Outboard
2.5HP Mercury
Cabins
4
Berths
2 Queen, 2 Doubles
Shower
Cockpit
Toilet
Electric
Galley
Fully open galley with plenty of bench space and storage
Refrigeration
Yes
Stove
Gas with grill, Oven
Hot Water
Gas
Electrics
Solar Panels, Inverter, Battery Charger
Electronics / Navigation
VHF, Log, Autopilot, GPS, Chart Plotter, Depth Sounder, Fish Finder, Windspeed
Sail Inventory
Mainsail, Jib, Storm Jib, MPS Spinnaker
Mast / Rigging
Aluminium fractional sloop
Remarks
A detailed inventory is available on request.

CONTACT DETAILS
Dealer
Multihull Central
Telephone
Fax
02 9810 1763
Address
Multihull Central Marina
Rozelle Bay
Lot 4 Chapman Road
City / Suburb
Annandale
State
NSW
Country
Australia
Website


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