Shalimar VI is a heavy displacement motor cruiser. She is an Aquastar 33 built in 1992 to the present owner’s specification by BWS marine in Gwent. She has been cruised widely in the Irish Sea and across to and around the Irish coast.
Powered by twin Ford 120 hp diesels driving two ZF gearboxes this motor cruiser delivers both power and comfort in all sea conditions. Access to the twin engine compartment is made easy with a powered access hatch in the aft deck.
The wide spacious after deck has ample room for sea angling and for diving operations or for relaxing and entertaining. The large stern lazarette provides ample storage space.
Shalimar provides comfortable accommodation and a fully enclosed wheelhouse. The saloon area offers comfortable seating around a choice of tables. The photographs show the smaller table. A large table is also provided.
There are four berths available in total. There is a double in the large forward cabin, with storage shelves and wardrobe. A further double can be created if required by using an infill on the larger saloon table.
The separate heads compartment is equipped with a marine toilet, shower and sink.
The fully equipped galley is situated on the starboard side and has a twin hob gas cooker with oven and grill, a sink with pressurised hot and cold water, an immersion heater and a fridge.
The accommodation is heated via a Marini diesel heater.
Instruments include compass, log, depth sounder, radar and VHF plus a Wagner auto pilot.
There is also a four person life raft, twin beaching legs, powered anchor winch with anchor chain and warp, warps and fenders, trim tabs.
Electrical is 12v plus shore power. There are two alternators.