|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Newcastle upon Tyne Tyne & Wear UK|
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When it comes to the sports boat market, there is a multitude of choice. Regal has led the way for many years and has provided craft that has enduring quality and appeal. The 2350 LSC is no exception and offers a safe platform from which to either day boat with friends and family or overnight as a couple.
"Fastrac" hull offers greater grip and increased manoeuvrability at high speeds. Hull topsides in good order and have been regularly polished.
The deck layout lends itself to comfort with large rear wraparound upholstered seating and swivelling pilot and copilots seating. Cuddy cabin with two decent berths. The engine is the highly desirable and extremely powerful, Mercruiser 350 Mag Mpi inboard petrol with the Bravo III sterndrive and stainless steel Duo Props. She has been regularly serviced, most recent 2020, and has completed 600 hours.
Smart blue tonneau cover, bimini and side and rear canvas. Comes with a VHF, Garmin depth sounder and a Garmin plotter. SBS road trailer is in good order and allows new cruising grounds to be explored.
There is a cuddy cabin forward with a horseshoe seating area with an infil to convert to a double. The cabinet work is finished in hi-gloss laquer and the hull is lined with carpet. There is mild discolouration to the interior lining but this will clean up. Fully carpeted for comfort.
There is an opening roof hatch with privacy and mosquito screen. 12V lighting and CO monitor.
Garmin colour chart plotter- requires SD card for intended area of navigation.
Garmin colour depth/fish finder
Electric bilge pump
Sun bimini with frame
Side and rear panels
CD/Radio with speakers
Automatic fire extinguishing system in the engine bay
Manual fire extinguisher
SBS twin axle braked road trailer
Spare wheel and hitch lock.
GRP constructed hull with heavy layup. Underwater area with moulded spray strakes and "Fastrac" hull giving increased grip, enhanced manoevering and better economy.
The topsides are the more desirable all white with navy and gold decals. The topsides are in good order with minimal "mooring rash".
At the stern is a large compartment/locker which hold the transom shower and bathing ladder. This is an ideal place for storing warps and fenders and skis.
The self draining cockpit is both deep and secure with an upholstered rear section which can seat four with ease. There are handily placed drinks holders in the cockpit mouldings and even a small sink adjacent to the co-pilot seat. Both the helm and co pilot seats swivel to face the rear so that everyone can be social when at anchor.
Stainless steel and toughened glass screen with pivoting central pane allowing access to foredeck. Anchor locker at bow with additional mooring lights. Handy pop up cleats at stern, bow and midships.
Engine & Electrics:
Vessel powered by a powerful yet efficient Mercruiser 350MAG Mpi, inboard petrol with Bravo III outdrive fitted with stainless steel counter rotation propellers. The engine is well maintained and has completed 600 hours.
Maintenance includes new bellows, gimball bearings, throttle and gear cables all in 2018. She has been used in fresh water since then so no harsh brine through the block.
Bank of 2x12V batteries providing engine start and domestic power. These are fitted with a rotary battery isolator and recharged via engine alternator. 12V inverter in engine bay.
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Mercruiser 350 MAG Mpi|
|Fuel type:||Petrol (Gas)|
|Length over all:||23'|
|Length at waterline:||20'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|