The Shetland 4+2 makes an ideal weekend cruiser with surprising space both in the cockpit and below. They are well suited to river, estuary or light coastal cruising and this good example is fitted with a Yamaha 80hp 4-stroke outboard, Oceanair fitted blinds and a large inventory.
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The open plan cabin offers 4 berths with finished in teak with blue upholstery. Dinette seating area to port which converts to form a small double berth. Linear galley opposite to starboard equipped with a 2-burner gas hob with grill, microwave, sink with draining board, mini fridge and ample stowage. Forward sleeping area with V berths and infill to form a double berth. Heads compartment aft to starboard fitted with chemical toilet. Pressurised cold water system. Gas heater (may not meet current gas safety requirements). Oceanair fitted blinds throughout.
Located on transom mounted platform, Yamaha 80hp 4-stroke outboard engine. Single lever controls with electric start and power trim/tilt. Wheel steering (new cable 2013). 72 litre fuel tank.
The engine was last serviced in September 2016.
12v Battery charged via engine alternator. Shorepower system with ring mains and battery charger. Electrical distribution panel and battery isolation switch. Full cabin lighting.
Shetland 4+2 built by James Reinman Marine Ltd in 2000. White GRP planing hull, superstructure and decks with moulded non-slip surfaces. Wheel steering to outboard mounted on gill bracket/bathing platform.
In June 2013 a professional osmosis treatment was carried out by Fox's Marina.
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