Sailing BoatsMotor SailersOcqueteauOstrea 700 T-Top
The Ocqueteau Ostrea 700 T-Top builds on the success of the popular Ostrea 700, utilising the same superb hull and deck design but with an open style making it a stylish yet practical alternative to a large RIB. Designed with watersports, fishing and coastal cruising in mind, the T-Top is a great option for anyone looking for a very capable and versatile day boat. ONE OFF SPECIAL EX DEMO PRICE - HUGE SAVING OF APX. £16,700 ON CURRENT LIST PRICE!
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The Ocqueteau Ostrea 700 T-Top has a raised centre console helm position for superb visibility, fitted with twin bucket seats on swivel pedestals, fixed stainless steel T-Top frame and canvas bimini. This display boat is fitted with the additional aft folding cockpit seating and two cockpit tables, foredeck seating pack with sunpad conversion, opening console portlight and additional grabrails. Excellent stowage is provided in the forward cuddy which also offers two small berths for occasional overnight accommodation (cosy for children, tight for larger adults). Two large cockpit lockers and a lazarette provide ample storage for fenders, warps and other deck gear, with a built in live bait/catch well or deep locker concealed at the stern. Engine access via a lifting cockpit cover and removable internal access. Excellent all-round deck access with full walkaround flat deck to bow. This design offers plenty of space for fishing or pleasant day cruising, whilst stowage of windsurfing boards, diving gear or even kayaks is easily managed. Walk-thru transom with swim ladder to optional moulded bathing platform (fitted).
A choice of inboard diesel engines are available to suit individual use. This boat is fitted with the most popular Nanni 205 EVO 200hp diesel engine, however various other options between 150-270hp are also available. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Single lever controls with electric start. Wheel steering with removable tiller steering. Shaft drive via gearbox to a bronze 4-bladed propeller. Skeg protection. Bow thruster and trim tab options available. Nanni 150 - Max. speed 24kts at apx. 33 l/ph, cruising 19kts at apx. 21 l/ph or apx. 8 l/ph at slower displacement speeds Nanni 205 - Max. speed 28kts at apx. 42 l/ph, cruising 21kts at apx. 24 l/ph Nanni 270 - Max.speed 34kts at apx. 54 l/ph, cruising 24kts at apx. 27 l/ph
12v Battery (an additional battery with split charging diode is optional) charged via engine alternator. Electrical distribution system with battery isolator. Shorepower systems, battery chargers, inverters and solar panel charging can be specified by special request for extended periods offshore or special usage.
Deck equipment can be chosen to suit but below is a list of standard items included with this boat: Bowsprit and bow roller Electric anchor windlass (fitted option) 4 x Mooring cleats Stainless steel pulpit and side rails Moulded GRP bathing platform (fitted option) Stainless steel bathing ladder 2 x Stainless steel rod holders Auxiliary tiller steering position Additional built-in cockpit seating (fitted option) Foredeck seating pack and sunpad (fitted option) Deck shower with cold water tank (fitted option) Other optional equipment can be specified including: Mooring package including anchor, fenders and warps
As a demonstration model, this boat has been fitted with the very popular Raymarine Axiom 7 colour chart plotter with depth. Any other required equipment such as a fixed VHF radio or stereo system can be specified and installed at competitive rates. Navigation lights fitted as standard equipment
A wide variety of equipment can be provided and help with all aspects of coding is available if required, please see below for standard equipment on the display boat: Electric bilge pump with manual and automatic switching Emergency tiller steering
Ocqueteau Ostrea 700 T-Top built by Ocqueteau SA. White GRP vacuum infusion moulded hull with grey styling stripe, superstructure and decks with non-slip surfaces. Keel profile with semi-tunnel design improving efficiency and a protective skeg. Wheel steering to stainless steel rudder. Self draining aft cockpit with good stowage. Steps up to side decks and walk-thru transom with optional bathing platform. The clever usage of vacuum infusion allows a superior strength to weight ratio over more traditional construction techniques, resulting in improved efficiency, performance and economy. As a direct result Ocqueteau are able to use smaller engines to achieve the same speeds as many competitors and get surprising performance from their shaft driven range, avoiding the need for more complicated sterndrive options.
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