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2010 Ocqueteau 885 Fly

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Make Ocqueteau
Model 885 Fly
Year 2010
Condition New
Price Request Price
Type Power
Class Cruiser
Length 29 ft
Fuel Type Other
Hull Material Fiberglass
LOA 29 ft 1 in
Beam 9 ft 7 in
Keel Type Other
Dry Weight 7055 uom.
Fuel Tanks 1 x 91 gal (UK)
Fresh Water Tanks 1 x 35.1 gal (UK)
Holding Tanks 1
Hull Shape Deep Vee
Hull Warranty None

Description

Combining a large cockpit and a spacious wheelhouse, the OCQUETEAU 885 gives a real impression of well-being. Everything is designed to make life aboard safe, agreeable and comfortable.

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Additional Description

  • Curtains
  • Hot water
  • 65 l dark water tank
  • Micro wave oven
  • Radio and CD player with speakers inside and on deck
  • Deck wash pump
  • Light teak pack (cockpit + steps + platform)
  • Full teak pack (cockpit + steps + side decks + platform)
  • Cockpit lounge
  • Forward sunbathe
  • Bow thruster
  • Shore power 220/12 V
  • 42 L fridge
  • Side foldable seatbench
  • Electric windlass
  • Cockpit table with base
  • Windshield washer

Additional Description

Saloon

  • Foldable table
  • Seats for 4 persons
  • Table and seats convertible to double berth
  • 1 additional seat
  • Storage with locker
Front cabin
  • Headroom under front cabin: 1,72 m
  • Double berth
  • Large lockers under bed
  • Side racks
  • Hull hatches with curtains
  • Deck hatch with blinder
  • Locker for clothes
  • Lightning
Side Cabin
  • Single cabin
  • Storage rack
  • Lockers
Toilet
  • Stainless steel sink
  • electric marine toilet
  • Storage
  • Tap/shower
  • mirror

Additional Description

  • Stainless steel sink
  • Cold water tap
  • Black corian® workspace
  • Place for microwave oven Micro wave oven
  • 42 L fridge
  • Stowage drawers
  • Twin burner stove

Additional Description

  • Construction process : infusion
  • Rubbing strake to hull: marine
  • Hull colour Ivory
  • Hull decorations: marine blue

Additional Description

  • 2 mooring cleats in the front
  • 2 mooring cleats at the back
  • Stainless steel pulpit in 2 parts
  • Roof hatch
  • Non-slip surface on the roof and cockpit
  • 2 large side decks with non-slip surface
  • 2 stainless steel handrails on wheelhouse canopy
  • 2 stainless steel handrails on wheelhouse uprights
  • 2 rod-holders
  • 2 side lockers in the cockpit
  • A technical central locker
  • Locker for gas
  • Self-draining cockpit
  • Bathing ladder
  • Cockpit shower
  • Foldable bench seat for 2 persons
  • Rear bathing platform with locker

Helm

  • Storage rack
  • Stainless steel footrest
  • Wooden steering-wheel
  • Pilot seat with slide adjustment

    Technical Equipment

    • Navigation lights
    • 350 L fuel tank
    • Fuel gauge at helm
    • 135 L water tank
    • Manual bilge pump Lockers
    • Electrical bilge pump
    • Hydraulic steering
    • Double windscreen wipers
    • Flaps

    Flybridge

    • Ladder
    • Pilot and copilot seat
    • Stainless steel pulpit

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