'Beluga' - The French-made Antares 760, is most certainly a motorboat designed for enjoying the journey along the way. It's also an all-season boat thanks to its enclosed wheelhouse. Timely, indeed. Designed by Andre Beneteau, the Antares is a boat on which the big French marque built its reputation. A pleasureboat version of a North Sea Trawler, the 760 is designed for going places - and not just upriver. Enclosed wheelhouse for all-weather cruising, Good walk-around design with bow-to-stern access, Cruising comforts indoors and good headroom, Lovely motion through the water & Bowthruster for easy parking. Viewing highly recommended - Lying Port Dinorwic Marina, North Wales
Phil Jones - 01492 580001 Ext 1
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 7.60 m
Beam: 2.72 m
LWL: 7.44 m
Minimum Draft: 0.91 m
Maximum Draft: 0.91 m
Dry Weight: 2500 kgs
Deck Equipment: Danforth anchor, 10 fathoms chain & 10 fathoms warp Electric anchor windlass Fenders and mooring warps Cockpit camper cover (bimini with side and aft screens) Boathook Sanp davits
Navigation equipment: Plastimo Compass Navman Speed & Depth Navman GPS Navman chartplotter Icom VHF radio c/w antenna Navigation lights Radio FM/AM/LW c/w cassette player
Safety Equipment: 1 x Manual fire extinguisher 2 x Auto fire extinguishers Manual and auto bilge pumps
Inside that cabin or wheelhouse, behind the safety-glass windscreen and sliding plexiglass saloon door, 1.85m of headroom. This headroom extends to the companionway below decks at the foot of the forepeak cabin and into the head.
The big glass windows forward, sliding plexiglass side windows and overhead hatch direct light inside the boat. Thanks also to the windows, the views for skipper and guests while seated or standing are excellent.
There are surrounding curtains for privacy at the marina. This will come in handy should you decide to convert the dinette with the transverse lounges to port into a 1.8m double bed. Teak flooring to saloon.
Twin wipers ensure you can see the road ahead in fair weather and foul, while that balsa coring on the cabin top will help keep the weather extremes at bay. Fresh air is on tap thanks to the big, opening side windows.
The galley immediately to starboard has a handy SMEV two-burner gas stove, a sink with pressurised cold water and various drawers.
Step down from the saloon and there is foyer in which you will find a large hanging locker, the battery charger and switch panel. Additional lockers and sidepockets around the vee-berth provide plenty of resting places for the weekend attire and ancillaries. An infill makes a double bed of the vee-berth. There was room to sleep lengthways and across the bed.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.