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Motorboat & Yacht Brokers | Poole | Dorset

2009 Bayliner Trophy 1952 WA - £14,500


Bayliner  Trophy 1952 WA
LOA 5.82m (19' 1")
LWL  
Beam 2.44m (8' 0")
Draft 0.89m (2' 11")
Keel
Displacement 1452.00Kg
Engine Mercruiser 3.0
Engine size 135 HP
Drive type Out Drive
Fuel type Petrol
Engine hours Not recorded
Lying Poole, UK

Summary
2009 - Bayliner Trophy 1952 WA. Popular sports cuddy with walk around decks. Powered by a 3.0 litre 135hp Mercruiser petrol engine. This compact sports fisher/ leisure boat is both stylish and versatile. Viewings at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk

Navigation Equipment
Garmin GPS map 551s. North star explorer 710 VHF. Log / speed. Compass.

Mechanical
Mercruiser 3.0 litre 135hp petrol engine with Mercruiser Alpha 1 outdrive leg. 55 gallon fuel tank.

Electrical
1 x battery.

Accommodation
Cuddy with two berths. Porta potti. Stereo system. Overhead lighting. Storage.

Deck & General
Walk around deck. Anchor locker. Bimini. Tonneau cover. Bathing platform. Boarding ladder. Self bailing fibreglass floor liner.

Broker’s Comments
Popular sports fisher/ leisure boat in very good all round condition. Well worth a look: www.harbouryachts.co.uk

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