The Corsiva 520 Classic is a boat for those who need a little more space. If you have a larger family or simply want to entertain friends, then the 520 can do just that. The largest of the open transom models, the 520 continues with a good level of quality and options that the Corsiva range offers. Rated to Category C (Inshore) and capable of taking up to a 40hp the 520 is ideal for inland or basic offshore use. With great storage, she can be used for family days out with a picnic or a weekend out fishing.
As with all the boats in the Corsiva classic range, she oozes class with her clinker-style hull and stylish rope fendering. Her sweeping bow gives her that classic look. As with many of the Corsiva range, the wrap around console gives greater seating area for up to 5 in total.
Coloured hull and decks
Stainless steel cleats and bow eye
Under seat storage
Long shaft transom
Stainless steel bow stripe
Table & leg
Sundeck & cushion
Spray hood & tonneau cover
Teak effect floor
12v Electric installation
Automatic bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Main power switch
Vetus Morse throttle
Delivery to UK
Mercury F9.9 EL (9.9hp, Electric start) add an extra £3,795
Mercury F15 EL (15hp, Electric start) add an extra £4,020
Mercury F20 ELPT (20hp, Electric start, Power trim) add an extra £4,650
Mercury F25 ELPT EFI (25hp, Electric start, Power trim, Electronic fuel Injection) add an extra £5,495
Mercury F30 ELPT EFI (30hp, Electric start, Power trim, Electronic fuel Injection) add an extra £6,220
Mercury F40 ELPT EFI (40hp, Electric start, Power trim, Electronic fuel Injection) add an extra £6,910
For bigger engines prices are on application.
These prices include rigging, batteries and other parts to get you on the water.
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