Jamogen is a striking Coaster 640 SC with a planing hull and a flexible, stylish, and practical layout suited to estuary and inland cruising as well as watersports. Jamogen is ready to use with antifouling, ropes, fenders, and a nearly new Mercury 25hp engine (only 12 hours use).
Category C rating for six people.
Please contact Val Wyatt Marine at 0118 940 3211
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Planing
LOA: 6.20 m
Beam: 2.45 m
Dry Weight: 1200 kgs
Amidships, the helm position sits behind a stylish curved glass windscreen offering excellent all round visibility and a social position close to passengers seated in the bow area.
Within the helm console is a sliding door giving access to a useful cuddy cabin/large storage area. (When the boat is moored, this makes a useful space for storage of all cushions etc)
In the bow, a generous seating area with removable central table. This area also converts to a sunpad with infill cushions.
The bow area benefits from cupholders and a dual usb charging point.
There is good access to the anchor locker and bow making for easy buoy mooring and trailer recovery.
Behind the helm, a pair of swivelling bolstered sports seats and a generous bench seat with flippable backrest.
To the starboard side is a walk through to the transom, and further forward a large deep locker suitable for fender storage etc.
The swim platform incorporates wet lockers on both sides.
Manual bilge pump
Automatic bilge pump
Bow anchor roller
Bolstered helm and nav seat
Aft bench seat with storage under
Optional extras fitted to this boat:
Teak effect flooring
Teak table and leg
Quilted effect upholstery - Beige
25hp Mercury 4 stroke engine
Allover winter storage cover
In this transaction we are acting as Brokers only. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is advised to check the particulars and specification and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed/trialed and inspected.