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Jorgensen 12M ex Fishing Vessel

$160,000.00

‘Virgo’, Jorgensen 12M ex fishing vessel, converted to pleasure use. Outstanding proven seaboat on the Kaikoura coast. Originally launched approx 1963 of stout Kauri construction. Gardner 6LXB diesel of approx 130hp, fuel usage a meagre 6LPH at a cruise speed of 7.5kts.

Design:
Jorgensen
Builder:
Jorgensen
Year:
Approx 1963
Construction:
Kauri Carvel
LOA (m) approx.:
Approx 12M
Beam (m) approx.:
Approx 3.7M
Draft (m) approx.:
Approx 1.5M
Displacement:
Approx 18 tonnes
Location:
Waikawa
Specifications:

Description

‘Virgo’, Jorgensen 12M ex fishing vessel, converted to pleasure use with safety and comfort a priority . Outstanding proven seaboat on the Kaikoura coast. Originally launched approx 1963 of stout Kauri construction. Gardner 6LXB diesel of approx 130hp, fuel usage a meagre 6LPH at a cruise speed of 7.5kts. Solar panels, battery charger, inverter, shore power with EWOF. 5 berths, aft toilet with holding tank and shower, gas caliphonte heated water. Roomy aft galley includes 2 burner gas stove with oven and large 12v modern fridge. Electronics include Furuno radar, GPS, fishfinder, autopilot, VHF radio, JVC sound system. Additional equipment includes electric capstan, near new Rocna anchor, Nautilus 2.7M inflatable dinghy with 2.5hp Mercury outboard, boarding platform, walk through transom, Eberspacher diesel cabin heater, gas BBQ, 4 person liferaft, EPIRB. Large aft deck, walk around decks and door by the helm makes life easy! New to the market and ready for your summer cruising.

Enquire Now With Gordon Low, Picton Office, Freephone 0800 130 755 or 021 321 820

Email:  [email protected]

NZ Boat Sales Comment

Beautifully presented with an enviable history, includes transfer of sought after Waikawa Marina berth.

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