Harbour Yachts
Motorboat & Yacht Brokers | Poole | Dorset

1973 Plymouth Pilot 18 - £6,500

Plymouth Pilot  18
LOA 5.13m (16' 10")
LWL 5.60m (18' 4")
Beam 2.10m (6' 11")
Draft 0.46m (1' 6")
Displacement 750.00Kg
Engine BMC
Engine size 31 HP
Drive type Shaft Drive
Fuel type Diesel
Engine hours Not recorded
Lying Poole, UK

1973 Plymouth Pilot 18. Popular stable and robust boat. Cuddy cabin with two berths. Porta potti. Gas hob. Powered by a 31hp BMC diesel engine. Ideal craft to potter the estuaries and coast. Well maintained example in good overall condition. viewings: www.harbouryachts.co.uk

Navigation Equipment
Lowrance Nav 310 GPS. Eagle fish finder.

1500cc BMC 31hp diesel engine. Shaft drive with rope cutter.

2 x batteries. Solar panels. 3 x fire extinguishers.

Two berths with infill to create a double in the cabin. Single gas hob. Porta potti. Upholstery and net curtains.

Safety Equipment
1 x manual bilge pump. 1 x electric bilge pump. Lifebuoy.

Deck & General
Anchor. Cockpit table. Boarding ladder. Cockpit locker. Cockpit cover.

Broker’s Comments
Popular boat for pottering around locally. Well worth a look: www.harbouryachts.co.uk


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