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7 berths in total in 2 cabins plus saloon, with 2 double berths and 3 single berths, two heads and galley. Powered by two Ford Watermota Seascout 80hp diesel engines.
Built on traditional trawler yacht lines Sun Trader offers comfortable accommodation for up to seven people in two en-suite cabins plus the saloon.
The hull and superstructure are in white GRP with a teak laid GRP deck. Wide side decks and raised aft deck give good access to the boat.
Her displacement hull is easily driven by two 80HP diesel engines, while she can be helmed from the shelter of the saloon or the flybridge.
We look forward to organising your viewing and answering any questions you may have.
Rhu Boat Sales, Michael Schmidt & Partner, Tel: +0044(0)1436 821606 - email@example.com
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Designed by the Tarquin Boat Company and built by Kha Shing Enterprises Co. Ltd. in Taiwan.
Built in 1981, Sun Trader, is one of only three boats built to the same design.
The fore-cabin has two single berths, in traditional 'V' arrangement, with good storage underneath. To starboard there is a hanging locker and drawers.
The en-suite heads lie to port with Raske marine toilet, washbasin and shower with hot & cold pressurised water and a shaver point. The heads are finished in cream laminate with teak trim.
With sliding door access to the port and starboard and all-around windows, Sun Trader's saloon is bright and airy. The dining table to port can be dropped down to turn the L-shaped seating area into a double berth. The inside helm position is to starboard and offers a comfortable seat from which to helm the boat with all controls to hand.
The galley is well laid out with ample locker and drawer space. There is a Waeco fridge with freezer box (new 2014), and a Delonghi 4-burner gas cooker, oven and grill. There are two stainless steel sinks, with hot and cold pressurised water from a mixer tap.
The aft cabin has a double berth to starboard (with slatted base) with drawers below and single berth to port with a large hanging wardrobe between the berths. To port, there is a mirrored dressing table with deep pull out drawer and other small drawers below and cupboard space above. Curtained windows and an opening skylight above each berth provide natural light and ventilation. There is shelving above both berths plus small lockers for personal effects. Lighting is provided by a 12V ceiling light and reading lamps for each berth. To starboard of the steps leading up to the saloon is the en-suite bathroom, which really does boast a bath as well as a shower, Raske marine toilet and wash basin with hot & cold pressurised water. The bathroom is finished in easy to clean cream laminate with teak trim.
Powered by two Ford Watermota Seascout diesel engines, each producing 80hp, give Sun Trader cruising speed of 8kts, with a maximum of 10 kts. Consuming approximately 16 litres/hour at cruising speed she has a range of around 600 miles from her fuel tanks totalling 1200 litres.
An HFL Ranger 8.5 KVA (6.8 kW, single phase) generator, powered by an Isuzu 3LB1 diesel engine was fitted in 2002 with 683.5 running hours.
Lower helm position.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
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