Shetland 640 £3,995
- Boat Name: Zhenya
- Year Built: 1970s
- Stock No: 10235
- Vendor: Brokerage (we are not the vendor)
- LOA: 21ft 6in (6.55m)
- Beam: 8ft (2.44m)
- Draft: 2ft (0.61m)
- Hull No: 009
- Berths: V
- Keel: Planing
- Construction: GRP
- Fuel Type: Petrol
Sales DescriptionShetland 640 with Mercury 40hp and 2 berth cabin. One of Britain's early, iconic boat builders. The classic Shetland 640 - designed for family cruising and enjoying the water. Cockpit canopy (looks in almost new condition) with standing headroom forward. Galley with sink and 240v / 12v sockets. Antifouled in black.
Deck/RigPulpit and hand rails. Front deck hatch. Aluminium window frames. Black canopy. Boarding ladder. Bow eye + fender eyes. Boat hook. Fenders and ropes.
CabinV berth cabin with table. and seating to port and galley to starboard Sink with pressurised water. Porta potti. 240v sockets. Cupboards and storage. Curtains. Lockable door. Hatch to deck.
Cockpit & DashLarge cockpit with raised pilot and co-pilot folding seats. Helm position with ships wheel and engine controls. Aft bench seating with cushions and re-upholstered. Windscreen + port side windscreen wiper. Rev counter.
Electrical & ElectronicsShip to shore radio. 240v + 12v sockets. Nav lights. 12v battery and isolation switch.
MachineryMercury 40hp outboard. Power trim and tilt. Teleflex steering. Electric start. Auxiliary outboard bracket.
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