M/O Harleyford Marina, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
£ 8,250 Tax Paid (US$ 13,709)
The Fox 700 has a lot of space for a 23 foot boat and she is currently out of the water with us at Harleyford.
For more information about this motor cruiser and to arrange a personal inspection, please contact Jason Brasier on the numbers below.
Jason Brasier Boatshowrooms of Harleyford firstname.lastname@example.org Office +44 (0)1628 569888 Mobile +44 (0)7717 580555
Please contact Jason Brasier at +44 (0)7717580555
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 22 ft 9 in
Beam: 8 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 9 in
Engine Brand: 1 x Petrol stern Drive
Engine Model: Volvo Penta AQ145A
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Fresh Water Tanks: (15)
Fuel Tanks: (50)
Total Power: 135
Four Berths in one cabin Forward V berth which makes into a double berth with the use of an infill. There is storage below both beths. Galley to port with gas hob and sink, whilst to port is the dinning table which will convert to a double berth. The heads is found in the rear starboard corner with a chemical toilet. Steps up to the cocpit with helm seat to port and nav seat to std with a fridge below. Bench seat to the rear with access via floor panels to the engine space.
This vessel has been used by the current owner for the last 8 years and has been morred on the Thames at Temple during this period. The boat is based on the Cleopatra hull which was first launched in 1967 and there were about 400 of this type of boat built untill 1975. Foxes of Ipswich then took over the mould and produced the Fox 700 as this boat.
Chemical toilet Gas Cooker Fridge 240 Shore power Anchor and chain Fenders and warps Crokery Cutlery Trim Tabs
BSC Expires July 2013 Last serviced March 06 by Espar
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