Faeton 910 Moraga

Vessel Name

Faeton 910 Moraga

Vessel Type

Motor Cruiser

Vessel Price

£0.00

Short Description

SOLD

Faeton 910 Moraga, 2002 

Designed by naval architect David Napier, built by Faeton Yachts, Spain. 

Great sea-going boat.  

Comes with twin Yanmar 200hp diesels offering power and excellent cruising possibilities.

Well designed accommodation.  Ideal for weekend cruising.

Barely used by current owner, viewing highly recommended.

 

 


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Accommodation

Sleeps 3 in two cabins

  • Forward v-berth makes large double with adjacent seating,  mattress and berth seat still in as new condition
  • hanging locker and curtain between forecabin and saloon

Galley

  • Cabinet with work surface
  • -  sink unit with H&C water
  • - Twin burner gas hob with glass closure (looks unused)

Heads compartment:

  • Handbasin with handshower
  • Marine toilet

Saloon area:

  • Helm, adjustable seat with armrests 
  • Saloon seating, matching helm and cockpit
  • Table
  • Glazed, sliding door to:

Cockpit

  • Foldaway hidden bench seat 
  • Twin fish holds
  • Rod holders x 4
  • Tap for washing deck
  • Transom gate to bathing platform

 

 

Construction & Build

GRP hull, deck and superstructure; hull epoxied 2012; retractable beaching frame

Gear and safety

GROUND TACKLE: 15kg Anchor chain and warp; Vetus electric windlass with helm controls GEAR: Pioneer CD radio 6 speaker; two piece all over cover; twin windscreen wipers; stainless steel bathing ladder SAFETY: Engine room fire control system; Exhaust alarm; fire extinguisher

Engine

Twin Yanmar 4LAHA-DTP 200hp diesel engines, freshwater cooled; shaft drive to four blade bronze propellers; failsafe prop shaft couplings with get home facility; stainless steel rope cutters; Bennetts automatic trim tabs; quick access to engine bay; hydraulic ram for full engine access ELECTRICS: Two domestic batteries, one engine start battery; engine alternator; TANKAGE: 150 litres water; 700 litres fuel

Navigation

Stainless steel radar arch with rod holders; Furuno colour GPS track plotter; Furuno dual frequency fish finder; Furuno 16m Radar; Simrad Robertson AP21 autopilot with handheld remote lead; Icom VHF

Dimensions

LOA: 30.4' 9.27m BEAM: 10.66' 3.25m DRAFT: 3.28' 1.00m WEIGHT: 4500kg

Disclaimer

The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel / equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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