USED BOATS Sell 4 motorboats for all budgets from 6,000 euros


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A small pure motor boat for those who want nothing more than to go for a swim or for the simple enjoyment of a ride on the water. In our “classifieds” section we found four vessels that are essential in lines and use. Ideal both as a first boat, to get started, and as fun hulls to take to the sea whenever you want and can, even on your own if you have the right experience and confidence.

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Open boat 6 meters Sessa outboard 115Hp

Let’s start with the smallest in this review. A 6-meter open, Sessa Marine brand, with Evinrude outboard. There is a small, more convivial aft cockpit and a bow sundeck accessed bowrider-style with an opening in the windshield for relaxation. The ad tells it as ready to use, and this, as a first boat if you have a boat license, is a real treat given the affordable cost as well.

Sea Ray 200

Here we see the hull of a shipyard that needs little introduction. Sea Ray, part of the Brunswick Group, is a thousand-boat-a-year behemoth. The Sea Ray 200 is 6.16 meters long and this model is equipped with a Mercury V6 4.3 engine. The ad explains how it has been equipped with many updated accessories over the years and has received proper care and maintenance. Of course, for the interesting, it is essential to go and view it in person. Cockpit and large cushions towards the stern, a small sheltered area at the bow: so this hull is ideal for couple or family outings to enjoy the day on the water.

Colombo Vantage 25

A lady of the sea. For sale in our classifieds section is a very elegant hull, a Colombo Vantage 25. Approximately 7 meters long, it features a large aft sundeck, a small protected space in the bow, and a forward deck with elegant teak passage, all protected by a low stanchion that all in all fits well into the hull profile. The engine is a 2018 Mercruiser, complete with papers and whose miscellaneous maintenance is also assured.

Akis 27 Cigala and Bertinetti – 8 m

Let’s move to a different size: 8 meters. Here, the classifieds section sees a very interesting, connoisseur hull: an Akis 27 Cigala and Bertinetti, restored in 2023 and powered by a reliable outboard such as the Honda BF 250, by the way quite new, being from 2019. Founded in 1957 by Fulvio Bertinetti, this shipyard pioneered the production of fiberglass hulls in Italy from experience in the racing world. Once the boat’s actual condition is verified, theAkis 27 Cigala and Bertinetti is definitely a nice guarantee of speed and fun on the water.

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