Revenger 29 stepped hull (2007)
Built by Revenger and then rigged by Dave Crawford Marine
in Lymington with twin Mercury Optimax 225hp outboards, twin ram plus tie bar linked Sea Star hydraulic steering.
Bravo 1, 4 blade stainless steel propellers. Protective covers over engine cowls.
Original Dark blue tubes with black rubbing strake, handles, lifeline ropes and port and
starboard under tube lifeline rope sections.
Fitted with a single 80 (363 litres) gallon fuel tank, standard GRP deck with integral anchor locker and fitted with a sunbed cushion. GRP flush fitting main deck hatch for extra storage and pole socket for a removable table.
Plated for 8 persons seated and fitted out with Revenger driving console incorporating front seat which hinges on gas struts to allow access inside.
Instruments include, Mercury smartcraft gauges, 2 x RPM, 1 x speedo, Raymarine GPS, Fusion stereo, Icom VHF.
Centre mounted throttle / shift levers, ignition switches, double action kill switch and steering mounted engine trim switches.
Driver and navigator seats are Revenger design rally/race seats mounted on a GRP plinth.
Behind are fitted twin two person jockey seat pods c/w backrest for each person.
Space inside pods are for housing the battery and oil tank for each engine.
Unique foldable twin 50mm tube stainless steel A frame fitted with navigation lights, spot light, flag poles and side handles. Removable ski pole in bracket located on outside of transom between the engines.
This boat has been meticulously maintained throughout its life. Capable of 80mph+.
Currently lying on Cork, Ireland.
In this transaction Marina Marbella are acting as Brokers only. We are informed that the sale is not related to the owner's business, trade or profession. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are
intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is stronly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully
surveyed and inspected, sea trialed and opened up.