2002 Crownline 242 CR sports cruiser. Stylish, fast and comfortable. This 242 is in good condition, featuring four berths, fitted galley and separate heads compartment. Powered by a Mercruiser D4.2 220hp diesel engine and Bravo III sterndrive. This popular sized sports cruiser is ideal for fast coastal passages or leisurely cruising. Must be seen. www.harbouryachts.co.uk
Navman 550 GPS. Garmin fish finder. VHF. Compass
Mercruiser D4.2 six cylinder 220hp diesel engine. Mercruiser Bravo 3 stern drive with three bladed duo props. Aluminium fuel tank. Freshwater tank.
2 x batteries. 240v shore power. Battery charger.
Four berths in convertible saloon/dinette and separate midships cabin area. Fitted galley with sink and tap. Single burner gas cannister hob (single burner alcohol electric hob under). Microwave. Refrigerator. Separate heads compartment with sea toilet, holding tank and macerator. Sink and shower head tap. Pressurised hot and cold water system. Stereo system. Storage lockers.
2 x bilge pumps. Bilge blower. Gas detector.
Bruce anchor. Electric anchor windlass. Tonneau cover. Bimini. Bathing platform. Boarding ladder. Towing eyes. Snap davits.
Stylish quality sports cruiser. Viewings at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
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