- 755 Weekend
- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- 7.8 m
- 2.8 m
- Engine Make
- Draft Max
- 0.9 m
- Engine Model
- VERADO 200
- Hull Material
- Engine Count
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
- United Kingdom
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About this Quicksilver 755 Weekend
Quicksilver 755 WeekendVery Attractively priced at £49,500 for a turnkey package!
Lightly used, spacious and versatile this Quicksilver 755 offers a great saving against new, with only 38.4 hrs running time on the 'clock', and three stamps in the Service handbook. The package includes berthing in Sutton Harbour until April and then the balance of 'Dry-stack' storage and on-demand launching & recovery at Plymouth Yacht Haven Quay's facility until April 2021!
Clean and tidy, she is just ready to go and the accommodation space and versatility is remarkable - all within an economical 7m hull length.
Featuring a Bow Thruster for easy slow speed manoeuvring, and Electric Anchor Windlass. Cabin comfort is enhanced with the addition of a Diesel Warm-air Heating System.
From forward; a generous and well lit forward cabin features a comfortable double berth (whose standard cushions have been supplemented by a 4" memory foam 'topper'). Good light values as well as ventilation are provided by an opening hatch above the berth, with dancing light reflected from the sea's surface and into the cabin through fixed windows provided in the hull's topsides to either topside. Curtains are fitted to provide interior privacy at night. Lighting is by modern LED lights and a 12V DC socket provides power for a phone charger and a DC air circulation fan. A degree of privacy is afforded by a simple curtain shutting the forward cabin from the rest of the accommodation.
A 'wing' cabin, located beneath the main saloon's dinette, to the port side of the vessel and is accessed from the common vestibule area abaft the forward cabin and outside the heads compartment. A relatively basic but practicable double berth is provided with light via a fixed hull-side window and a 12 V DC socket and single LED light are fitted to the bulkhead at the head end of the berth. This area also provides simple and convenient storage for the miscellaneous cockpit and sun pad cushions that are included in the vessel's inventory.
Heads compartment; this is located to port side and is separate from the sleeping cabins and completely enclosed within and behind plywood bulkheads and lockable door. A fixed hull-side window is fitted with an opening portlight too. A fully marine flushing toilet unit is fitted.
The internal helm position is located at the forward end of the main saloon to starboard and is provided with an adjustable and swivelling helm's seat to enable it to be utilised for lounging too, in conjunction with the dinette.
A simple but relatively commodious, practicable and robust galley unit is fitted to starboard abaft the helming position. A stainless steel sink (with a pressurised cold water supply) and a single gas-burning hob are provided, together with a front-opening 'fridge featuring an ice box fitted within the front of the galley.
The dinette itself is set to port side of the deck saloon and is afforded panoramic views through the low-threshold side windows and sliding access windowed doors to the cockpit. The table may be dropped to provide a third double berth if/as and when required. Cushions are finished in a stylish and off-white coloured 'leatherette' fabric. A large 'tilt & slide' hatch lets let and air to the main saloon.
The vessel is fitted with a 220-240V AC system including shore support cable, 30 Amp battery charger, 13 Amp (British spec.) socket and RCD protection at the distribution panel. Pressurised cold water system (including cockpit shower) Fusion entertainment system with six speakers, 12V DC output sockets around the accommodation spaces. Hot air heater system.
Mechanical And Electrical Systems
Mercury Verado 200 HP outboard with just 34.8 running hrs. recorded.
Lenco trim tabs, together with Mercury active trim control.
2 off Approx. 100 A/hr sealed lead acid batteries held within acid proof and lidded boxes. Master selector switch and Voltage Sensitive Relay (VSR) to ensure efficient distribution of charging current when engine is running.
Fuel is carried within a built-in polyethylene tank located on the centre-line beneath the deck saloon's sole. A remote fuel level indicator is provided alongside the helm's position.
A freshwater tank is fitted immediately abaft the fuel tank, within the under cockpit stowage space.
- Simrad NSS9 Colour touch screen chart plotter with Simrad GoFree WiFi-1 Wireless module enabling access to many plotter functions on an iPad or mobile phone.
- Mercury RPM with digital menu display of engine information.
- Mercury speedometer with fuel status readout.
- Clipper echosounder.
- Mercury 'Active' trim tab control
- Lenco trim tab controls.
- Electric windlass control.
- Bow thruster joystick control.
Deck And General Equipment
- 7.5 KG Bruce type anchor.
- Electric windlass by Quick with both a wireless remote control and toggle control switch at helm position
- Twin wipers.
- LED courtesy lighting to cockpit.
- LED cockpit floodlight.
- 6 off stainless steel mooring cleats, including midship cleats for spring ropes.
- 6 off inflatable fenders.
- Aluminium shaft, extending deck scrubber and boat hook.
- 1 off 4.5 kg net butane Camping Gaz canister.
- 2 off rod holders.
- 12V DC cigar lighter-type sockets about the boat.
- LED lighting through out.
- Sun pad cushion for forward deck and cushions for the cockpit bench seats. Cockpit table with dual position legs - high for dining & low to create a large sunpad area (With infill cushion)
- 2 kg dry powder fire extinguisher.
- 2 fire ports to fight fire within the under-deck spaces.
- Fire blanket.
- Simrad RS12 VHF radio with GMDSS and DSC capability.
- Auto switched main bilge pump, with audible and visual warning.
- Second electric bilge pump with manual switch.
- Horse-shoe lifebuoy.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as Liferafts, Epirbs, 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 owners specific needs.