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Harbour Yachts
Motorboat & Yacht Brokers | Poole | Dorset

2007 Jeanneau Merry Fisher 655 Marlin - £24,950


Jeanneau  Merry Fisher 655 Marlin
LOA 6.50m (21' 4")
LWL  
Beam 2.62m (8' 7")
Draft 0.80m (2' 7")
Keel
Displacement 1600.00Kg
Engine Volvo D3
Engine size 110 HP
Drive type Shaft Drive
Fuel type Diesel
Engine hours 600
Lying Poole, UK

Summary
2007 - Jeanneau Merry Fisher 655 Marlin. A strong and very stable fisher with a Volvo D3 110HP inboard diesel engine. Two berths in cabin area. Helmsman seat. Navigation aids. Fishing deck with additional manual tiller and deck throttle controls. In lovely condition. Must be viewed. www.harbouryachts.co.uk.

Navigation Equipment
Navman GPS. Navman VHF. Fishfinder. Plastimo compass. Log/speed/depth.

Mechanical
Volvo Penta D3 110hp diesel engine (600 hours). Shaft drive.

Electrical
2 x batteries.

Accommodation
Two berths in cabin. Chart table. Helmsman seat. Porta potti. Stereo system.

Safety Equipment
Bilge pump. Search light. Foghorn.

Deck & General
Anchor. Anchor locker. Cockpit table. Bathing platform. Boarding ladder. Tiller. Additional engine controls. Locker storage. Fishing rod holders.

Broker’s Comments
Lovely condition 655 Marlin. Fantastic local fisher. Must be viewed by appointment at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk

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