Botnia Targa 31 MkII - 2004 - £134,950
The Botnia Targa range are often described as the 4X4 of the sea, offering exceptional sea keeping and are designed with practicality and safety in mind.
The 31 MkII model features five berths in two separate cabins with a separate heads/shower compartment. Externally there are side access doors each side of the pilot house, wide side decks, large cockpits forward and aft, and a commanding flybridge helm position.
This example was first commissioned in 2004 and is fitted with the larger engine option, twin Volvo Penta D6 310hp diesels with duo-prop outdrives giving excellent performance.
The balance of the berthing licence for her marina berth here in Sutton Harbour, Plymouth may well be available, subject to separate negotiation.
For more information or to arrange a viewing, please contact us on 01752 228855 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
5 Berths in two separate sleeping cabins with separate heads compartment.
Pilothouse seating trimmed in cream leather with blue piping.
Ample hand holds throughout the pilothouse.
Diesel cabin heating with outlets throughout the accommodation space.
Roomy pilot house with all round visibility and sliding doors to each side offering direct access the side decks.
The main helm position is on the forward starboard side, adjacent to the side door. Helm and pilot seats are on swivel mountings. A fully adjustable wheel plinth and substantial foot bracing bars are good features. A comprehensive instrument package is mounted ahead of the wheel, with engine switch panels above the forward-facing windows.
Ample counter top space suitable for chart work adjacent to the helm and a chart stowage drawer in the forward cabin's access hatch's lifting section.
A concealed, two burner gas hob and stainless steel sink unit is fitted under forward the port counter-top, adjacent to the port side door, with multiple drawers and cupboards under. A 12V, front opening fridge located under the helm's seat and aft of this, on the starboard side of the pilothouse, is a cupboard unit with an inset Samsung microwave oven. Opposite, to port, is an L-shaped bench seating area with adjustable height table.
Stairway aft to:
Double berth to port.
A generously sized, single quarter berth to starboard with opening port over.
Door from aft cabin area to:
Moulded basin, monobloc tap with hot & cold pressurised water supply.
Jabsco sea toilet on movable mounting plinth to create more floor space. Opening portlight with opaque glass. Holding tank.
From pilot house, steps down forward to:
Two generous, independent single berths, one to each side of the central floor space.
Twin Volvo Penta D6-310A 310Hp 5.5 litre 6 cylinder turbocharged common rail injection diesel engines with smooth electronic controls.
Twin Volvo Penta Aquamatic DPH outdrives fitted with Dup-Props.
Current recorded hours at End July 2019: Port 815Hrs Starboard 810Hrs
Professionally maintained and serviced each year by the same engineer for the past 10 years.
240v Shore power connection with battery charger.
Bow Thruster with toggle control at both helm positions.
At Internal Helm Position
Raymarine C120 Chart Plotter/Radar
Raymarine A57D Fishfinder
Raymarine ST60 Depth
Raymarine ST60 Speed
Raymarine ST60 Wind Speed & Direction
Raymarine ST6002 Smartpilot Autopilot
Simrad RD68 VHF/DSC Radio
At Flybridge Helm Position:
Raymarine A50D Chart Plotter
Delta anchor with chain and warp.
Electric anchor windlass, with controls at the pilothouse helm position.
Forward and aft self-draining decks,
Large forward cockpit with multiple storage lockers.
Teak slats on forward cockpit seats.
Folding teak seats in aft cockpit.
Flybridge seat cushions (twin and single seats).
Hinged radar platform in stainless steel
Outboard storage bracket.
Shower on aft deck.
Transom door with tip-up handrail rail closure.
Weaver snap davits on bathing platform on which to carry a tender.
Stern boarding/swim ladder.
Drive inspection hatch on bathing platform
Motorboat & Yachting, February 2007:
"We were tempted to give this award to the new 42 but there’s something about the 31 that we find even more appealing. For starters it has the pace and agility to embarrass many a so-called sport-cruiser. Then there’s the build quality, which shares more in common with a Swiss bank vault than a boat. Even the rugged styling and functional layout has an enduring appeal that keeps used ones in demand. But above all it’s a fantastically usable boat that every one of us would love to own.
Motorboat Monthly, February 2007:
"The entire Targa range is worthy of praise. Boldly and with utter certainty, Targa has followed its own path, reminding us of the virtues of fine sea keeping, boating practicality and substantial build. But of all the boats in its range the 31 stands out for its unique combination of cruising comforts, excellent deck area and the sort of thrilling performance that would many a so-called sport-cruiser run and hide.
This is the boat we would all own if our heads had the whole say. In fact, there are plenty of hearts out there that would agree.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.