Quicksilver 640 Fisherman £17,500
- Year Built: 2005
- Stock No: 10254
- Vendor: Brokerage (we are not the vendor)
- LOA: 21ft 2in (6.45m)
- Beam: 8ft 4in (2.54m)
- Draft: 1ft 7in (0.48m)
- Weight: 1200(Kgs)
- Hull No: PL-SLEA5160K405
- Berths: V
- Keel: Deep Vee
- Construction: GRP
- Engine Year: 2005
- Fuel Type: Petrol
Sales DescriptionThis Quicksilver 640 Fisherman / weekender is a fantastically well looked after weekend cruiser. Ideal for trips out for fishing or taking the family out for a jolly! Powered by Mariner 90HP 4-stroke. Really good condition throughout - a very popular fast fisherman. We recommend early viewing!
Deck/RigStainless steel pulpit. Boarding ladder. Anchor roller. Cleats. Rod holders. Stainless steel transom ring. Electric windlass. Self draining decks.
CabinV-berth cuddy with lockers under.
Cockpit & DashLarge cockpit with under floor storage lockers and bait locker. Wheelhouse: helm and co-pilot seats. Opening windows and hatch.
Electrical & ElectronicsNavman Tracker 5605. Navman Fish 4150 fish finder. Navman 7100 VHF radio. Windscreen wiper. 12V battery. Nav. lights. Cockpit light.
Machinery2005 Mariner 90P 4-stroke. Electric start. Power trim / tilt.
TrailerSBS 3500 twin axle roller type trailer
NB - the road trailer may not be in serviceable road worthy condition. It is recommended the buyer should inspect and service accordingly prior to use on public roads.
NOTES TO PROSPECTIVE BUYERS & READERS - The company offers the above details in good faith and whilst every care and attention has been taken in the preparation and correctness L H Morgan & Sons (Marine) Ltd cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct their agent or surveyor to investigate such details as the buyer desires validating. We do not accept liability whatsoever for claims arising, construed as derived from the use of these details. This document is intended as a guide and is NON-CONTRACTUAL. Electronics and instruments are included in good faith and expected to work, but due to their nature, cannot be guaranteed. Their residual worth is based on the current second hand market for valuation purposes. E & OE