Built to the standard that you would expect from any high Scandinavian motor cruiser the Finnmaster 7600 stands head and shoulders above offerings from other builders in this class. Fitted out to the highest quality the design offers a capable and well mannered hull with enclosed aft cockpit and accommodation for a maximum of 3 adults and two children with a separate heads compartment.
Presented in excellent condition sitting on her twin axle road trailer the particular example has a comprehensive inventory ideally suit for use exploring the coastline of Scotland with is changeable weather patterns. Early viewing is highly recommended.
The boat is constructed in a traditional manner with both deck and hull mouldings made from a traditional style GRP moulding finished externally with the original gelcoat. The hull is finished in a two tone colour scheme being navy blue above the chine line and white below with a red style stripe. Below the waterline the hull is finished with a black high performance antifouling. The deck moulding is finished in a subtle off-white with non-slip lightly patterned panel moulded into the side decks. The cockpit sole is finished in laid teak panels.
Unusually for a boat of this type movement around the boat is relatively easy with with side decks of a sensible width running along both sides of the wheelhouse. Stout stainless steel guard rails run around the whole boat providing additional security for crew moving around both the cockpit and foredeck with additional grabrails sited on the wheelhouse roof.
The electric windlass is mounted on the foredeck with the upgraded anchor chain and Rocna anchor self stowing, allowing full operation by the helmsman. Robust stainless steel cleats are fitted on the foredeck, midships and aft.
A moulded step assist with access and egress from the cockpit when moving forward while a cleverly designed transom gate provides access to the swimming platform aft. Fitted cushions and back rests are aboard for the cockpit seating and a removable table creates and additional living space. For when the weather is inclement this example also benefits from a full cockpit cover with windows in all sides allowing use of the cockpit space even in a Scottish summer!
Sensibly proportioned cockpit lockers are provided under the cockpit seats with an additional stowage space beneath the sole accessed through a deck hatch to starboard. The central area of the cockpit sole lifts to provide full access to the cavernous engine space when require.
Internally the finish is as good as you could expect from any high end Scandinavian boat builder. The boat is finished to a very high standard with all joinery of a rich mahogany finished in a high gloss varnish contrasting nicely against the white mouldings and dark blue upholstery. the boat benefits greatly from clever use of space by the designer and the original buyer adding many extras including the fab hood for the Wallis cooker converting it to a cabin heater when require and engine fed de-mister/cabin heater, ideal when using the boat in colder climates.
Forward a sizable double bunk is offset to port with a small changing chair to starboard, an infill section cover the chair increasing the bunk size when required. Two stainless steel portlights are fitted high on the hull topsides here allowing extra daylight into the forward area.
An elevated compact dining table is provided aft of the forward bunk to port with athwart ships seating. Storage is provided beneath the area in the form of drawers and lockers. The bench seating here converts to a children's berth if required. Immediately aft of the dinning area is the small and well appointed galley with Wallis diesel cooker, worktop and stainless steel sink, the after most bench seat lifting forward to allow access to the sink. A front loading Waeco fridge is also provided beneath the helm seat. A full sized quarter berth runs aft along the port quarter.
The helm station dominates the starboard side of the wheelhouse. A comfortable seat secured the helmsman with all engine controls, displays and navigation equipment within easy reach. From the seat the helmsman gets excellent vision all around and with the sliding roof hatch open in the wheelhouse the helmsman can stand up for a full 360 view when berthing if required.
Unusually for a boat of this size a fully separate heads compartment is provided aft of the helm station with a sea toilet and separate sink, shower head and vanity unit.
In this case we are acting as brokers only. The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.