Oliver Royale 4300

Price: $395,000

ANGIE is a vessel currently in Survey. The owner has now put the Survey certificate on hold. This can be reinstated should the new owner choose to.

The Oliver 4300 is a great kiwi icon and a very capable coastal cruiser. Whether running wide hunting game fish, deep water bottom fishing, mooching around the coastlines diving or cruising these boats are happy doing it all. They have a spacious cockpit with generous under floor storage. Upstairs/downstairs helm stations giving you good options. Ample seating in the fly-bridge offers up a great social space underway or anchored up in a bay after a big day out. The galley is well positioned in the aft of the saloon with a dinette located forward to port. Accommodation is 4 x single berths in V formation forward, with a double berth amid-ship to port.



Location: Westhaven Marina Make/Model: Oliver Royale 4300
Length: 13.1 m Year: 1998
Designer: Oliver Boats Builder: Oliver Boats
Engine: Cummins Fuel Capacity: 1200 L
Engine Hours: 3433 Drive (Shaft/Pod/Leg): Shaft
Horse Power: 315 each Fuel Type: Diesel
Max Speed: 30 knots approx Cruise Speed: 18 - 22 knots
Propulsion: Shaft drive Electrics: 16amp shore power
Electronics: Furuno Navnet Screens x 2 includes Radar, GPS, Chart plotter. Raytheon V850 Fish finders x 2. Autohelm auto pilot x 2. Deck Material: Fibreglass
Hull Material: Fibreglass Anchor/Winch: Manson 40
Tender: Southern Pacific 240 with Tohatsu 3.5hp outboard Draft: 1.1 m
Shower: 1 x Internal, 1 x External Toilet: 1
Accommodation: 6 Galley: 3 x Burner gas hob, gas stove,
Refrigeration: Vitrifrigo fridge/freezer in galley, Freezer in cockpit Cabins: 2
Entertainment: Fusion MS-RA70 Stereo Freezer: 1 in galley, 1 in cockpit
Stove: Gas Safety Gear: 24 assorted life jackets, 2 x life rings, 1 x line throw, flares, Epirb, 3 x fire extinguishers, VHF Radio
Bilge Pumps: 1 x Manual large capacity, 3 x Electric 2000GPH Fire Protection: 3 x Fire extinguishers

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