Shetland 4 plus 2 from 1989, Volvo Penta 150hp inboard petrol engine, much recent engine work and service, recent electrical switch panel, recent cockpit canopy and lots more!
Built in 1989. GRP construction with off white hull and superstructure, aft cockpit with bathing platform and cockpit seating, pilot and co-pilot seats.
Shetland Cruisers Ltd. Hull No 373.
LOA 21' 0" (6.4m)
Beam 8' 2" (2.5m)
Draft 1' 10" (0.6m)
Displacement 1400kg approx
Volvo Penta AQ151 150hp inboard petrol engine with trim control. Blower. Engine overhaul by Morgan Marine in November 2015 costing over £4500 including drive. Recent annual maintenance and servicing by local Volvo engineers Volspec, receipts available. Recent throttle, gear and steering cables. Owner will arrange for Volspec to commission the engine on purchase.
2 x 12v batteries (new 2018 - on charge with Volspec). Recent switch control panel.
Stainless steel pulpit and rails, full cockpit canopy with windows and zips (Shetland 2016), wheel steering, wiper, remote search light, helm seat, navigators seat, rear bench seat, anchor with chain, horn, mooring warps and fenders.
Compass, Hummingbird fish finder/echo sounder, Icom ICM411 DSC VHF radio, hand held VHF radio, navigation lights.
Auto fire extinguisher to engine compartment, bilge blower, auto bilge pump.
Her galley has a Plastimo gas cooker with 2 burners, oven and grill, stainless steel sink with freshwater supply from flexible tank in forepeak with electric tap, 2 gas bottles. Separate heads compartment with marine toilet. Saloon table. Forward table.
4 berths including 2 berths in the forepeak, her saloon table lowers to form a double berth. Possible "plus 2 " berths in the cockpit.
"Helen Maria" was purchased by her present owner in November 2015. A great deal of work was carried out to the engine, gearbox and stern drive before she was launched in 2016. She has since bee based here at Tollesbury Marina, afloat during Summer months and ashore during the winter. She has a very nice recent cockpit canopy, her bathing platform has been fitted with a simulated teak covering and looks very smart and £1650 was spent on a new electric control panel in 2016.