Sealine 240 s sports cruiser 4 berth

Sealine 240 s sports cruiser 4 berth


Status:

Reduced

Year:

1990s

Length:

24ft

Price:

£15,995.00

Location:

Mourneboatsales

Description:

Specifications

Vessel type:         Sports Cruiser       
Designer:         Sealine       
Builder:         Sealine       
Make:         Sealine       
                Model:            240 Senator
Year constructed:         1995       
Berths:         4       
No. of engines:         1       
Engine model:         Volvo Penta 570 V8       
Engine power:         275       
Fuel type:         Petrol (Gas)       
Drive type:         Stern drive       
Length over all:         24' 8"       
Beam:         8' 2"       
Maximum draft:         3'       
Hull material:         Glass Fibre       
Hull type:         Medium-V       
Hull colour:         White       
Displacement:         2 metric tons       
Fuel capacity:         222 Litres       
Water capacity:
        86 Litres
 

Engine(s)

The engine is a 5.7 litre Volvo Penta 570 V-8 petrol unit - 275 bhp @ 4600rpm. It is directly-coupled to the outdrive-leg. The engine-room is protected by a 2kg auto fire extinguisher.
 

Construction

Precise year of construction is unknown but the two most recent boat surveys have "believed built mid-1990's". Hence the build date given as "1995" in this advert.
 

Accommodation

With clever use of space, the boat has sleeping accommodation for four and a sociable cockpit layout for eight. A dinette, attractively furnished, occupies the forward half of the main cabin, seats six in comfort, and converts into a double berth. A permanent double stretches across the boat amidships, reached through an opening that can be curtained off. In between there's a well-equipped galley and a toilet/shower/washbasin compartment. In the cockpit, a double helm seat can reversed to form part of the seating which extends round three sides of a table. This can be open to the sky or covered within a well-designed, new canopy. A tonneau cover is also available for protecting the upper deck area when storing the boat, as it has been in Winter. At the stern, there is a bathing platform with neatly stowed safety ladder, a mount for attaching an auxiliary outboard engine, storage for additional fenders, tow hook for pulling, clip-system for stowing an inflatable tender and socket for shore-power connection. A step up to the small opening door for entering the upper deck is on the portside of the platform

Navigation Equipment

Steering is by Morse push/pull cable. Engine control is by single-lever control. Instrumentation includes a rev counter, engine oil-pressure and oil-pressure gauges, a volt-meter, a fuel-tank meter, an outdrive-angle meter and a magnetic compass. An Autohelm Tri-Data log/depth-sounder is also provided. Other depth-info and GPS navigational equipment is included but currently not on board. Various switches are grouped at the helm-position for on-board services, and also for the trim-tab angles and windlass control