1988 Fairline Turbo 36 £57,500
“Lady Irene” is a Fairline Turbo 36 which is renowned for its superb sea capabilities. With Eberspacher diesel warm air heating fitted in all cabins makes this cruiser useable all year round. It’s practical and comfortable and is a fine example of a popular Fairline cruiser. Great amount of space and very comfortable. The boat is currently ashore being prepared for the coming season. This boat is in exceptional condition throughout.
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This Fairline Turbo 36 offers 6 berths in 3 cabins with maximum headroom of 6’ 6”. The forward cabin offers two single berths in V formation, with hanging lockers on both the port and starboard bulkheads.
Coming aft, you have the galley on the portside, opposite on starboard side is the central main head. The galley is equipped with a double sink unit with hot and cold pressurised water system, water heated by a 240-volt immersion heater and a calorifier, an electric hob, grill and oven, along with a microwave, fridge, and stereo. Upholstered throughout in green velour, carpeted throughout. The saloon is higher than the galley which gives excellent visibility. The large aft cabin with full size double bed, with plenty of surrounding storage space with its own ensuite heads.
Located under the saloon, Twin Volvo TAMD60 306hp 6-cylinder turbo diesel engines. Shaft drive to 4 bladed bronze props. Engine last serviced 2015 and has not been used since. Cruising speed 18 Knots to a maximum 23 Knots.
3 x 12V domestic batteries (new 2017) 2 x 12V engine batteries (new 2017) charging from the engine alternator, 240V battery charger, with 240-volt ring main.
This Fairline Turbo 36 was designed by Bernard Olesinski and built by Fairline boats, with stainless steel radar arch. This Turbo 36 has a fibreglass hull, frame and deck with a self-draining cockpit and grey/white Treadmaster non slip decks. Owned by the current owner for the last 2 years. A 2008 survey is available on request. Last out of water service November 2017 anodes, antifoul and hull polished etc.
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