CruisersUnited Kingdom200210.82 m/35 ft
2002 Shetlant 355 Elite £39,995
The Shetland 355 Elite is a desirable Flybridge Cruiser offering 4 berths in 2 cabins with an electrically operated folding radar arch. Ideal for longer cruising passage making or suitable for river cruising. Please call our Kent – Chatham Office+44 - Click here to reveal phone number -
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The owner's forward cabin has a central double berth, two bedside cupboards, two full height hanging wardrobes, storage lockers under the berth, two opening port holes, central ventilation opening hatch, high and low-level lighting. This cabin also has an en-suite head equipped with a Corian work surface, stainless steel hand basin & taps, electric toilet and a separate shower. Fully equipped galley with four hob gas cooker with grill and oven, fridge, stainless steel sink with hot and cold mixer tap. Corian worktop with plenty of surrounding storage. The second cabin provides twin berths with a central infill to convert into a double beneath the cockpit, a single full height hanging wardrobe, high and low-level lighting. This cabin also has its own en-suite with an electric toilet and shower. The saloon is entered via sliding doors from the aft cockpit, on the starboard side is an adjustable table with seating for six people. Opposite, is a cocktail cupboard, entertainment centre complete with TV. The upholstery in the saloon is a flame orange coloured material in the cabins, and blue in the saloon and the joinery is finished in a light varnished wood. Eberspacher Cabin Heating - 3 outlets (1 in the fwd cabin, 1 in the 2nd cabin and 1 in the saloon) and with a 7-day programmer. The inside helm position is stepped up from the saloon and provides a double helm seat with good visibility. The aft cockpit has seating on either side, teak decking with access to the engine bay and storage area. The flybridge is accessed via steps from the aft cockpit, providing seating for six people and large sun pad area. There are also storage lockers beneath the seating. The flybridge also has a Bimini and a tonneau canvas cover.
The Shetland 355 Elite is powered by Twin Mercruiser 4.2ltr 250hp D-Tronic six-cylinder turbocharged diesel engines (last serviced 2016). To twin sterndrives with three-bladed stainless-steel propellers. Fitted with Bowthruster and trim tabs. Twin lever controls and fly by wire. Last out of water service antifoul etc, August 2017. Starboard engine starter motor has an intermittent issue. Starboard oil pressure sensor needs to be replaced.
2 x 12volt domestic batteries, 2 x 12-volt engine batteries, charging from the engine alternators, battery charger and battery monitor. There is also 1 x 12 volt back up battery charged voa solar panel and used via 240V inverter when away from shore power. Shore power connection with 240-volt ring main, inverter and immersion heater.
1 x Anchor Windlass (Simson Lowrance electric) Cockpit awning - windows have UV damage Bimini - has seen better days Bathing platform Pasarelle 10 x Fenders 8 x Mooring warps Davits
2 x Compasses (Ritche) Depth (Simrad) Speed/Log (Simrad) 2 x VHF Radios (Shipmate RS8400) GPS/Chartplotter (Garmin) Electronic charts Paper charts Navigation lights
Fire extinguishers Engine room fire extinguisher Fire blanket Gas alarm Smoke alarm Deck light 2 x Spotlights Horseshoe lifebuoy Floating light Manual bilge pump Electric bilge pump Radar reflector
Title Documents & Tax
The following documents have been sent when preparing these details: Bill of Sale in owner’s name. 2 x Previous bills of sale VAT invoice RCD Conformity
History and Construction
Shetland Boats was founded in 1968, starting at Threestokes Marina in London with a simple phone call. It soon grew and required more space and dedication, so Shetland set up full production between two sites at Burnham on Crouch and Southminster; and this was then the start of the Shetland boats. After rapidly outgrowing the two locations a new site was purchased in Stanton, Suffolk. Once settled in Stanton, Shetland grew ever more and was manufacturing and delivering up to 12 boats a day, up to 60 in one week. Following an end to production in Stanton and change of ownership, Shetland moved to Redgrave in Norfolk. It continued to produce boats of a similar type but began to introduce new models such as the Shetland Sovereign and the Saker. In 1992 Shetland then undertook a move to Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk and there returned to manufacture the smaller models in the range. Then on 4th October 1997 the company saw a fresh start and Shetland once again relocated back to Stanton. With this move came James Reinman, the new Managing Director at the ripe age of 25. In the years prior to owning Shetland Boats James grew and acquired his boating knowledge by becoming a young apprentice and working on the factory floor. With this James learnt his invaluable knowledge of boat building. After 5 years in Stanton, Shetland relocated just a short distance away in the village of Pakenham, where it has now secured its own 5 acre site. With this increased space and the ability to store more boats Shetland successfully builds its largest model to date, the luxury Shetland 245. This continues to be a change of direction for Shetland Boats from the days of large volume small boats. Shetland’s main objective in 1968 was to produce safe and reliable family performance cruisers at no nonsense prices, this is still the objective today and Shetland stands by this belief. Shetland family cruisers have had a consistent appeal to thousands who enjoy life afloat as the only acceptable family pastime providing a rewarding alternative to pressures of daily work life. Over the last 40 years few boat companies have been able to maintain the confidence of the boat buying public with the same success as Shetland Boats and with a Shetland in the family, the coasts and waterways of the UK and Europe are waiting to welcome you. This is only one of three boats built of this model.
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