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    Atlantic Marine 730
    Sun Cruiser

    Boat Details
    2 Berths


    Loa 7.7m Beam 2.50m

    Draft 1.00m Displacement 1825Kg(Dry)

    Hull GRP Fuel Capacity 260Lt

    Berths 2 Heads Yes

    Engine/s No 1 - Mercury 350HP With Assisted steering

    Engine Type 0/B Status New

    Engine Hours 0 Fuel Petrol

    Model Year 2022

    Standard Equipment & Specification

    Fuel gauge

    Windscreen made of Plexiglas with UV filter + rail

    Plexiglas pocket under the steering panel

    Battery box with wires + main switch

    Bilge pumps (automatic + manual)

    Storages under the stern seats, one with the access to fuel tank


    Corner storage with the place for refrigerator

    Lighting: spotlights and celling light

    Storage under the cushions

    Mirror, Side windows, Plug- lighter 12V

    Sofa convertible to the double berth

    Sliding access door made of Plexiglas with lock

    Table with laminate top and gas pedestal

    Wood floor and steps- rattan lining

    Wood furniture-light oak

    Chemical toilet

    Porthole: oval, open able

    Round S/S wash basin with tap & shower

    Battery box with wires + main switch

    Bilge pumps (automatic + manual)

    Storages under the stern seats, one with the access to fuel tank

    Electrical installation

    Fuel system (aluminium fuel tank 260L)

    S/S outflows system

    Steering system- hydraulic 300HP

    Navigation lights Port & Starboard in LED

    Navigation top light

    U-bolt stainless steel bow and stern

    Anchor locker, Anchor roller

    S/S rod holder, S/S cup holder on the boards

    Fender baskets on front

    Stern platforms in TEAK

    Installation for radio and speakers

    Foldable table with laminate top

    Water system with shower on the stern


    Ladder 4-steps foldable with s/s handrail
    Handrail for passengers
    Aluminium fender ,S/S cleats 205mm
    Set of bow rails
    Handrail at the entrance from water

    Fitted Options over Standard Specification

    Coloured Hull stripe in Dark Blue
    Bimini & cover (Dark Blue),Additional mooring cleats
    Bow thruster, Fire Extinguisher
    Stainless steel pack (Cup, Horn mount)
    Refrigerator 39lt, Ski Pole
    Electric anchor windlass, Cockpit Table
    Shore power package (with Battery charger) 230v
    Cushion covers (transport, consul, bench)
    Helm seat upgrade (Bolster and sliding)
    Compass, Porthole in the Fore deck
    Stereo system, Teak Package Cockpit & foredeck floor
    Trim Tabs, Stereo fitted
    Anchor & Chain, Marine Toilet
    Garmin Echomap Chartplotter GPS unit


    This elegant, sporty walk-around style cabin boat with a generous cabin and enclosed toilet compartment makes weekends away on the water a reality. A great water sports, fishing platform or practical family cruiser with great design features throughout. The large, extended sun-pad up front is the focal point of the boat and provides a sociable and comfortable platform from where you can enjoy the 730 to its full potential. In the cockpit you will find a large aft bench seat which has the ability to convert into a second sun bathing area with the use of cockpit infill cushions. Coupled with the two bolstered and height adjustable captain and co-pilot seats means that everyone on board is able to ride in safety and comfort. Intelligently designed and manufactured with a deep V hull that provides comfort, control and economy at both high and low speeds. Down below is the 730’s jewel in the crown with large comfortable convertible seating area with table cupboards counters and fridge. This boat is not just an over-nighter but a spacious cabin boat with genuine ability to stay in comfort for a weekend. In stock.



    Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these specifications, no guarantee is given or implied as to their accuracy. These particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. Lakeland Leisure Estates Ltd advises prospective purchasers to obtain an independent survey from a qualified Marine Surveyor to satisfy themselves as to the condition of the craft.