Motor BoatsSports CruisersavailableShetland
Shetland 535 Built 1971 2 berth
Tohatsu 70hp 2-stroke (auto mix) 2003 with power tilt and trim, which has only done just over 100 hours. (engine meter)
Tohatsu 3,5hp wing engine on Stainless Outboard bracket.
Top speed is 29.5 knots and can cruise nicely at 17 knots plus.
Baystar Hydraulic steering.
Bennet Hydraulic trim tabs.
Horizon VHF radio.
Main battery and Auxiliary battery.
2 x 25 litre fuel tanks with gauges.
Fitted bilge pump.
Detatchable pole mounted steaming light.
Detachable pole mounted stern light.
Helm seat on pedestal and detachable crew seat.
Bottle opener and bottle/cup holder.
Extending boat hook.
Full headlining in cabin with LED interior lamps.
New bunk cushions, marine covers and curtains.
Side mounted shelves in cabin with storage under the bunks.
Stern rail for rod supports and bait tray.
Cooker and mounting tray.
Stern well cover – reduces noise and spray.
Full canopy with removable sides and bigger windows.
Bow roller and 2 towing eyes.
Anchor rope/chain locker (self draining).
On deck anchor stowage in secure chocks.
Non slip tape on decks.
Cockpit side locker and stowage.
Removable bench seat for across the rear of the cockpit.
Non slip mat on cabin top.
Side mounted boarding ladder.
Transom has been strengthened.
Main floor has been strengthened and reboarded and nonslip easy clean floor covering fitted.
Trailer has excellent tyres.
Brake cables replaced.
Brake wash system fitted.
New wheel bearings.
2 speed winch.
Plus a demounting winch (for too gentle slipways).
Side access steps.
Self locating rear roller system fitted.
Pair of plastic chocks in holders.
Access plank along trailer.
All in very fine condition for her age, still has the original gel coat (not been repainted). A few very minor marks as would be expected.
Has been extensively modernised inside and out and represents an amazing example of this popular craft and reflects the £3,360 that has been spent on her, and that’s just the parts.
Must be seen to be appreciated.
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