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This popular Fairline Carrera 24 Mk II boasts a nearly new Volvo Penta V6-260 petrol engine that was fitted in 2016. She is perfect boat for starting your yachting experience. She will need a new canopy and some external TLC. Viewing by appointment only at our Suffolk Office - - Click here to reveal phone number -
Offering upto 4 berths in two cabins. Up forward there is the U-shaped dinette that converts down into a double berth. Plenty on storage under and around the berth. Dinette table can be used in the cockpit. Deck opening hatch to foredeck. To port is the galley with stainless steel sink, fridge, electric oven. Hot and cold pressurised water. Opposite to starboard is the heads compartment with marine toilet, basin and shower with hot & cold pressurised water. Under the helm position is a large double berth.
Located under the aft cockpit sole is the Volvo Penta V6-280 petrol engine, fitted new in 2016. SX outdrive new in 2016 with a 3 bladed aluminium propellor. New Volvo Penta steering wheel and throttle box fitted with the engine. Trim tabs. Full Volvo gauge pack.
12v domestic battery 12v engine start battery 240v shorepower system with outlets throughout. Battery charger Alternator charging
Designed by Bernard Olesinski and built by Fairline Yachts in approximately 1986. White GRP planing V hull with full length moulded spray deflectors. White GRP deck with moulded non-slip.Transverse and longitudinal GRP stringers throughout. Wheel steering to spade hung rudder.
Various fenders and warps Boarding ladder Full cockpit tent Lewmar electric windlass
Garmin GPSmap 178c sounder Silva VHF radio S15
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