Harbour Yachts
Motorboat & Yacht Brokers | Poole | Dorset

1992 GRP Holton 24 - £19,950

GRP  Holton 24
LOA 7.40m (24' 3")
Beam 3.00m (9' 10")
Draft 1.00m (3' 3")
Engine Ford D Series
Engine size 80 HP
Drive type Shaft Drive
Fuel type Diesel
Engine hours 600
Lying Poole, UK

1992 Holton 24. In excellent condition and constantly maintained. Rugged well built fishing/work boat. Powered by a Ford 80hp diesel engine which has been completely rebuilt by Mermaid Marine in 2015. Wide beam and deep bilges. This is an excellent stable work boat with a large working deck area. Enclosed wheelhouse. Not your run of the mill fishing boat. One owner. Must be seen: www.harbouryachts.co.uk

Navigation Equipment
Standard Horizon chart plotter. Koden 8'' echo sounder. i-com M411 VHF. Plastimo Olympic compass.

Ford D series 80hp diesel engine. Complete professional rebuild in 2015 by Mermaid Marine. 50 gallon fuel tank. (1.5 galls per hour).

2 x batteries (2015).

Wheel house

Safety Equipment
3 x bilge pumps. 2 x fire extinguishers.

Deck & General
2 x anchors. Anchor locker. Epoxied hull.

Broker’s Comments
Fantastic example of a Holton 24. Built and constantly maintained by her professional boat builder owner. Viewing essential: www.harbouryachts.co.uk


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