Mustang 43 Sports Flybridge

Price: $650,000

Mustang 43 Sports Flybridge

The Mustang 43 Sports Flybridge utilises the Volvo Penta’s IPS system, which features steerable forward facing drives with joystick docking from the bridge and cockpit. Helming from the bridge the skipper will find the throttles are extremely responsive in close-quarters boating whilst at cruise speed the handling and performance is more like a sports car with fingertip response and maneuverability on the wheel. The crew’s comfort levels underway are only enhanced by the new Humphrey interceptor stabilizing trim tabs which give you the ultimate in cruise trim and stability.

The hull construction for the Mustang 43 is solid GRP with a Kevlar layers for impact resistance, the decks and flybridge have a cored composite to reduce weight but maintaining structural integrity.

This model carry’s plenty of beam resulting in very large spaces in the cockpit, living area’s and flybridge, stepping inside the spacious saloon opens up with the popular aft galley to port, this is well equipped with a 230v cooktop, convection microwave oven, dishwasher and a 150lt fridge/freezer, (additional freezer in the cockpit and a drinks fridge on the bridge). Moving forward the 3 cabin layout offers two double berths and twin single bunks.

Just a few steps up the ladder from the cockpit the bridge greets you with an array of quality Raymarine electronics, a skipper and co-pilot seat. Forward of the helm is a large wrap around forward seating area and table, this has all; weather protection behind a 3/4 glass lined hard top with clears around the aft 1/4.

This vessel is due for a pre summer service with the vendor completing Antifoul, Prop-speed, cut and polish along with full engine and IPS service prior to hand over to a new  owner.

If you have been looking for a large volume 3 cabin coastal cruiser then you should call us now about viewing this vessel.

SPECIFICATIONS

Location: Auckland Make/Model: Mustang 43 Flybridge
Length: 14.40m Year: 2008
Builder: Mustang Marine Australia Engine: Volvo IPS 600, 435HP x 2,
Fuel Capacity: 1900l Engine Hours: Port 1632hr / Stbd 1151hr (Stbd engine was replaced at 480hr after failure of oil filter)
Drive (Shaft/Pod/Leg): Volvo IPS 600 with joystick at bridge helm and cockpit to stbd Horse Power: 435hp x 2
Fuel Type: Diesel Cruise Speed: 22-24knot with a max of over 28 knots
Propulsion: Twin IPS with Duo prop. Electrics: Kohler 230v 9kva Genset, 230v Shore power (Ewof03/25), Victron Centaur 12v x 50amp charger. SMX Cruisair Air conditioning
Electronics: Raymarine 12" MFC touch screens + Raymarine 9" MFC screen, Raymarine Cameras for anchor, engine room and aft deck, Raymarine autopilot, New Humphrey stabilizing trim tabs, Air Conditioning: SMX Cruisair air conditioners, Heat/Cool/Dehumidifier
Deck Material: GRP Hull Material: GRP
Anchor/Winch: Maxwell 1500, Rocna 30kg, Tender: Highfield 2.77mt
Draft: 1.20m Shower: 1 internal,1 x cockpit.
Toilet: 1 Jabsco electric Accommodation: This vessel has a 3 cabin layout with master cabin forward, a guest double to port and twin bunks to stbd, these are all services by separate shower and head located port and stbd. The Master cabin has direct assess to both. Double pullout bed in saloon.
Galley: Large U-shape galley port-aft with quality 230 volt appliances including Kenyon hobs, Panasonic Microwave oven, F and P dish draw, the galley comes equipped with most Galleyware ready for use. Refrigeration: A stand up fridge and freezer in the saloon, freezer box in the cockpit and a drinks fridge on the bridge.
Entertainment: Additional Inventory: TV, Intellian Sat TV dome, Fusion MS-RA70N stereo, Teak Deck and platform, Game poles, Rocker launchers, Bait board, platform SS staple, Bait tank, Boat hook, cockpit table, Dinghy davit on platform. Safety Gear: VHF radio, Search light 2 x hand held fire extinguishers
Bilge Pumps: 3 x 12v, auto Fire Protection: 2 x fire extinguster

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