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    Merry Fisher 855 Marlin
    Jolly Holly

    Price:
    £78,000
    Boat Details
    Description:

    Make/Model Merry Fisher 855 Marlin


    The Merry Fisher 855 Marlin is a highly popular family weekender for good reason. Starting with its cunning two-cabin layout utilizing every bit of space giving you the accommodation you would expect on a much larger boat. The full walkaround decks with high bulwarks make moving around the boat to moor up or operate the electric windlass a safe and reassured experience. Twin Yamaha 150HP outboards just finish Jolly Holly off giving her the power to enjoy the water whether it be fishing with friends or cruising with the family.

    Year

    2014

    Heads

    1

    Length

    7.97M

    Berths/Cabins

    4 Berths in 2 Cabins

    Beam

    2.93M

    Keel

    Planing

    Draft

    1.72M

    Engine/s

    2x Yamaha F150 Outboards



    Engine Hours

    160

    Last Survey

    Not Known

    Batteries


    Electric Supply

    240V Shore Power

    Hot Water Supply

    None

    External Covers

    None

    Cabin Heating

    None

    Central Heating Type

    None

    None

    Water Tank Capacity

    100 Litres

    Fuel Tank Capacity

    400 Litres

    Holding Tank

    Yes

    Accommodation/ Internal Layout

    Main entry is via sliding doors into saloon, guest cabin entrance to port, seating all round with swivelling helm and pilot seats. Helm to starboard with sliding door to side deck. Galley to port in front of the pilot seat. Down the steps to port we find the heads, forward we find the owners cabin.

    Internal Cabin Height




    Disclaimer

    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.