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Harbour Yachts
Motorboat & Yacht Brokers | Poole | Dorset

1982 Holton 24 - £8,950


Holton  24
LOA 8.00m (26' 3")
LWL 7.20m (23' 7")
Beam 3.10m (10' 2")
Draft 0.00m (0' 0")
Keel
Displacement 3620.00Kg
Engine Ford Mermaid D series
Engine size 80 HP
Drive type Shaft Drive
Fuel type Diesel
Engine hours Not recorded
Lying Poole, UK

Summary
1982 Holton 24. Rugged well built fishing/work boat. Wide beam and deep bilges. This is an excellent stable work boat with a large working deck area. Cuddy cabin with storage/berths. Powered by a Ford D series diesel engine. Well maintained and ready for work.

Navigation Equipment
Garmin GPS map 235. Garmin E200 fishfinder.Koden radar.VHF.

Mechanical
Ford D series 80hp diesel engine. Shaft drive. 50 litre fuel tank.

Electrical
2 x batteries ( 1 year old)

Accommodation
Enclosed wheelhouse. cuddy cabin for storage/ berths.

Safety Equipment
1 x automatic and 1 x manual bilge pumps. 1 x lifebuoy.

Sails & Rig


Deck & General
Epoxied hull. Bruce anchor and chain/warp. Cockpit locker. Windscreen wipers (2016).

Broker’s Comments
A sturdy, stable workboat. Ready to go.

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