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The Quicksilver Activ 855 Weekend is a modern sports cruiser, combining a surprisingly spacious interior with great performance, and lots of practical features like a helm door for easy deck access when berthing. 'Aryba' is a desirable 'new shape' 855 (now rebranded as the Activ 905) inboard diesel version with almost every option or upgrade possible, including bow thruster, electric windlass, remote diesel heating, chart plotter with radar, luxury mattresses, and much much more! This model offers similar styling and features to the Jeanneau NC9, including a premium spec inboard diesel option as fitted to 'Aryba' for improved seakeeping and economy, unlike many similar designs such as the Merry Fisher 895. She has had a full outdrive service including bellows change in December 2021 and is ready to enjoy, so early viewing is highly recommended!
Viewing by appointment only via our Essex office (01621) 785600
The Quicksilver Activ 855 Weekend accommodation is attractively finished with stylish finishes and offers 5 berths in two separate cabins plus the saloon, with approx. 6'8" max. headroom.
FORECABIN - Featuring an island double berth fitted with an upgraded luxury mattress, easily accessed beneath berth stowage, wardrobe, opening hatch to foredeck, mirror, LCD TV, and a space-saving sliding door.
AFT CABIN - A large double berth with an upgraded luxury mattress is located to port and runs beneath the wheelhouse sole, and has a seat, wardrobe, and storage.
HEADS - Separate heads compartment to starboard with a marine toilet, shower seat, washbasin, shower, mirror, cupboards, and opening port light.
SALOON - The saloon has a modern and spacious feel and is fitted with an adjustable helm seat to starboard which offers excellent all-round visibility, and a door to the side deck for easy access when mooring. Aft of the helm is a linear galley equipped with 2-burner gas hob, microwave, fridge, sink with cutting board, and storage. To port is an adjustable position forward facing navigator's bench seat for two which reverses to increase seating around the dining table, and can convert to form a small double berth. Ample natural light and ventilation are provided by a large sliding sunroof and opening side windows, whilst an LCD TV and Fusion stereo system provide entertainment on board.
GENERAL EQUIPMENT - Pressurised hot and cold water supplied throughout via a calorifier with immersion coil. Wallas diesel-fired warm air heating system upgraded to remote start with a mobile app. Holding tank with macerator and grey water tank, both with deck discharge facility. Cream leatherette wheelhouse upholstery with upgraded luxury mattresses in both sleeping cabins.
EXTERIOR - The aft cockpit features an adaptable layout with a large sliding bench seat, allowing either the bathing platform or cockpit to be increased in size when required, and offers comfortable seating for 6+ adults. A large table cockpit table is included which can drop to form an aft sunpad, a smaller table and foredeck sunpad cushions are also included. The teak-laid cockpit and aft bathing platform, fitted vinyl cockpit cushions, and full cockpit enclosure with integrated bimini, combine to give a feeling of luxury, whilst the asymmetric deck design and walk-through stern door to the bathing platform allow for easy deck access. Good storage is provided by easily accessed lockers beneath the seating, and is complimented by a large lazarette and fender baskets. Stainless steel grabrails, handles and wheelhouse roof-mounted rails assist with safe access to and from the foredeck.
Located aft, Mercury TDi 260hp 3.0 V6 turbocharged cylinder diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Digital single lever engine controls with mooring mode, power trim/tilt, and electric start. Wheel steering. Mercury Smart Gauge rev counter and speedometer with multi-function LCD displays for engine information including fuel and temperature. Mercruiser Bravo 3 X sterndrive with dual stainless steel propellers. 400L Fuel tank. Lenco adjustable trim tabs with controls and indicator at helm. Vetus bow thruster.
The engine is in excellent cosmetic condition and has been well maintained, including a replacement upgraded ECU system (new December 2021 and covered by warranty for 12mths from fitment). Although the engine oil was not due to be changed until 250hrs, this was changed at around 90hrs in November 2019 together with filters and impeller. The hour meter is currently showing 9.9hrs use since this (may increase gradually with use), and the engine has run for 135.6hrs in total since new. In January 2022 the outdrive leg also had a full service including replacement bellows, and all works were carried out by the local main dealer specialist engineering company.
2 x 12v Batteries charged via engine alternator. Smart Gauge battery monitoring system. Shorepower system with ring mains, immersion coil for water heating, and battery charger. Electrical distribution panel. Battery isolator switches. Full cabin lighting. 12v Socket.
Quicksilver Activ 855 Weekend SD built in 2016 by Quicksilver Boats, Brunswick Marine. White GRP hull, superstructure, and deck with moulded non-slip surfaces. Wheel steering with opening door to side deck. Enclosed wheelhouse with sliding door to the aft cockpit. Walk-through to integrated GRP bathing platform. Teak laid cockpit sole and bathing platform.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.