A very rare find indeed - she has the larger diesel inboard engine option for ultimate reliability and excellent fuel consumption. The Quicksilver 640 Weekend has a great layout with two double berths, separate toilet compartment, useful galley and excellent helm position. This excellent example has recently been serviced including outdrive bellows, and includes the optional cockpit cover and cushions, electric anchor windlass and a custom fishing rod holder.
Viewing by appointment only through our Essex office on (01621) 785600
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Planing
LOA: 23 ft 11 in
Beam: 8 ft 3 in
Minimum Draft: 1 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 1 ft 5 in
Displacement: 1723 kgs
Four berths in single cabin with good headroom. Twin berths forward converting to a double berth. Helm position to starboard with sliding seat, wood wheel, engine controls, 12V socket, complete instrumentation and navigation equipment.
Dinette to port with table that can be put in the cockpit and double berth conversion with cushions.
Heads compartment aft of the dinette to port with Springfield chemical toilet.
Galley to starboard with stainless steel sink, pressurised fresh water supply and single burner gas hob.
Sliding door to aft cockpit with wooden trim, hinging engine box with seating for three persons and gate to swim platform.
Under floor and cupboard stowages. 240V shore power line with a multi socket and battery charger.
Located beneath cockpit sole, Cummins Mercruiser QSD 130hp 2.0l diesel 4-cylinder engine. Single lever controls with power trim and tilt. Full instrumentation with tachometer, fuel gauge. The engine was last professionally serviced in May 2013 and the leg had a full professional service including new bellows in August 2013 with engine hours currently at 155 since new.
2 x 12V Batteries (both new 2012) charging via engine alternator. Shorepower system with battery charger. Full cabin lighting. Battery isolator switch.
Quicksilver 640SD Weekend built by Quicksilver in 2008. White grp planing hull with rubber rubbing strakes. White grp coach roof and cockpit canopy with moulded non ski decks. Anchor well. Teak to cockpit sides. Gate to swim platform. Stainless steel hand rails, guard rails, stanchions and cleats. Opening hatch in roof.
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