1987 Sealine 255 Senator £15,500
The Sealine 255 Senator is a great little cabin cruiser that offers masses of space and accommodation for a boat of its size. This Sealine 255 Senator would make an ideal starter cruiser for a couple or family that want to get into boating as she is a very capable and seaworthy boat while being spacious throughout.
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The Sealine 255 Senator offers four berths in 2 cabins. The dinette converts to a 6ft 2in double berth will infill cushion, under seat storage, roof hatch, mirror, shelving and overhead 12v lighting.
The galley to port with gas 2-burner hob and grill, opening window, sink under hinged Formica worktop, fridge, cupboard above and ½ height hanging wardrobe to starboard.
The heads with sea toilet to holding tank, shower and sink and opening window.
The mid-cabin via saloon or heads has a double berth 6ft 6in long, shelf, 12V overhead light and opening window. Heated throughout via an Eberspacher diesel heater. TV.
The cockpit to starboard has a double helm seat, full instrumentation and chart area; behind helm seat is rear facing seat and transom seat with removable table, further seating port side with ample storage lockers; transom door to bathing platform, fender storage and fixed radar arch with a full canopy.
The Sealine 255 Senator powered by twin Volvo Penta AQ41A 200hp petrol engines, last serviced March 2017 new cam belt, to twin stern drives.
2 x 12-volt batteries, charging from the engine alternators, 240-volt battery charger, 240-volt shore power connection
The early success story in Sealine’s history. Fantastic amount of room and excellent standard specification putting the competition to shame. Older models have the dark grey, then light grey hull gel coat bands. This Sealine 255 Senator with white GRP moulding with grey styling strip, non-slip moulded decks, owned by the current owner for the last eight months.
Owned by the current owner for the last eight months, selling due to family illness.
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