More space, and even more comfort. The Maril 650 has all the characteristics which you expect from a sloop.
As well as that, because of the size of the craft you can choose to put a fridge in the cabin. This makes the Maril 650 the most perfect boat when it comes to longer boat trips.
The broad and deep seating guarantee magnificent sitting comfort.
Hours of sailing pleasure for you and your guests. Comfortably taking up to 8 people, you can discover the most beautiful places.
Prices Quoted include delivery to any Tingdene Boat Sales Office, following Commissioning and Trials and Inc UK VAT. Tingdene Boat Sales represent Antaris, Maril & Makma for Bushnell Marine Services and offer the complete range from all 10 of the Tingdene Boat Sales offices.
For detailed information, delivery dates and prices on the complete range of Antaris, Maril & Makma sloepen and cruisers please contact;
Guy Girling by Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Telephone 01933 551622
or your local Tingdene Boat Sales Office
Tingdene Boat Sales market Antaris, Maril & Makma from all 10 of our Boat Sales locations for Bushnell Marine Services, the UK Importers
Rounded stern sloop
Simulated clinker hull
80mm rope fender with stainless steel tensioners
Choice of Waterline colours in polyurethane paint
Antifouling (2-layers) with polyester primer
Standard hull colours RAL 9010 (white), RAL 1013 (off white) and RAL 5004 (blue)
• Canopy with folding front frame and sloping rear section
• Easy cabrio system (for easier canopy use)
• Set of stainless steel bow rails • Set of stainless steel stern rails
• Stainless steel bollards (3)
• Stainless steel cleats (4)
• Anti-slip finish on deck
• Stainless steel flagstaff holder
• Built-in anchor locker in foredeck with drain
• White navigation light with 360° radius (LED)
• Standard deck colours RAL 9010 (white) and RAL 1013 (off white)
Engine options include:
Whilst every care has been taken in there 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 perspective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed, inspected and sea or river trialed depending on location of the boat