A great run-about/over-nighter/ski boat - this boat will do all of this, and more!
Currently owned by a superyacht engineer who is too busy to use it, this Sea-ray from 2001 looks as though it's hardly been used - and those clever American designers know a thing or two about making a boat as good to live on as it is underway.
Downstairs there's a saloon with convertible seating/double bed and a bijou galley - including single gas hob, fridge and microwave. The heads is opposite and there is a extra double berth cabin under the cockpit sole.
The petrol engine is by Mercruiser, and the 5 litre V8 block should satisfy all your American muscle car fantasies - and at 420 hours, it's hardly broken in.
The cockpit has some clever convertible seating providing G and T space, or a full-length sunbed for when the girls demand it.
Included in the sale is a 6-wheel fully-braked trailer so you can avoid any mooring fees and sleep easy while all the yachties are up and dragging about the bay.
LOA: 28 ft (8.5 m) Beam: 8.5 ft (2.6 m) Variable draft - min: 1.8 ft (0.55 m) Variable draft - max: 2.9 ft (0.88 m) Displacement: 2.8 tonnes Air draft: 5.2 ft (1.6 m) Fuel capacity: 317 litres (70 gal) Water capacity: 106 litres (23 gal)
Engine battery Domestic battery Battery charger Shorepower system CD player/radio
Cooker: With integral gas cannister Microwave Fridge: 12V/220V Heating: Shore powered Air conditioning: Shore powered Number of cabins: 1 Number of berths: 4 Number of heads: 1 Fly screens Window blinds Vacuum toilets Pressurised water Calorifier: Engine driven and 220V
Number of main engines: 1 Main engine manufacturer: Mercruiser Main engine model: 5 litre in-line 6 Main engine power: 220 hp (160 kW) Maximum speed: 34 knots (63 km/h) Cruising speed: 28 knots (52 km/h) Main engine fuel: Petrol Main engine hours: 420 hours Engine location: Inboard Number of cylinders: 8 Propellor(s): Aluminimum Drive type: Inboard/outdrive - Mercruiser Bravo 2 leg Steering system: Hydraulic powered outdrive