Description: Aquarius 35 Flybridge Cruiser MK II "Midnight Blue"
The Aquarius 35 MK II semi-displacement cruiser designed by Clem Masters is a fine sea boat of rugged construction offering excellent accommodation (6 berths in two cabins), a spacious sheltered (hardtop plus clear curtains) cockpit and a flybridge with plenty of guest space. "Midnight Blue" has been well maintained and is comprehensively equipped. The Caterpillar 3208 is reliable and economical with the power to drive this solid vessel at speeds of around 12.5 knots with 8 knots the most economical cruising speed. A Vetus bow-thruster takes the drama out of docking making it possible for a couple to handle her safely. The craftsmen fit-out is of rich, solid timber. There is plenty of light and ventilation from the huge (all-around) windows. "Midnight Blue" is equipped and ready to cruise the coast. She might be described as the ideal Tasmanian cruiser.
Such vessels are in demand. CALL PAUL on 0418 385 866 to arrange an INSPECTION.
The sheltered cockpit with a hardtop and clear side curtains is a great space to fish or simply sit back and relax. Step through to the big saloon with great all-around visibility from the big windows. A well-upholstered L shaped settee and table are to port. Immediately forward is the helm station. The huge galley is opposite to starboard. Forward and down to the bathroom with a semi-separate shower stall to starboard and 2 x single bunk-style berths opposite. Forward again to the private V cabin with one double (or 2 x single) berths plus 2 x single-pilot berths. There is plenty of storage spaces including hanging lockers for the full crew. The upholstery and timber work present in excellent condition. Full headroom (approx. 1.8m) throughout.
The fly-bridge is another popular space and part of the accommodations. There is upholstered seating for the guests plus plenty of deck space. It is where you will enjoy sipping your favourite drink while watching the world go by.
2 x sleeping cabins/bathroom plus saloon.
6 plus 1 x occasional berths in the saloon
The galley will keep the cook happy (and therefore the crew). It extends down the starboard side of the saloon. It is comprehensively equipped including a deep s/s sink with hot/cold pressurised water plus a rinse tap. There is plenty of bench space and storage for utensils, equipment and the all important victuals.
Rinnai Horizon gas stove with oven plus Tiffany microwave.
Heat exchanger plus 240 v.
2 x Hot/Cold showers (bathroom and cockpit)
New TMC Electic toilet.
Kogan TV/DVD with Glomex antenna.
AM/FM Radio plus CD player. Speakers throughout including flybridge.
Highfield RIB Inflatable dinghy
Honda 2hp (air-cooled, 4-stroke)
Fly-bridge bimini with front clear curtain.
Cockpit clear curtains.
Muir 12v Windlass with rope drum.
10mm chain with Sarca Anchor
Spare (back up) anchor.
Manual & electric bilge pumps.
Optima (new) engine start battery.
Heavy-duty, long-lasting, deep cycle house batteries.
Dedicated bow thruster battery
CTEK MXT14 Smart Battery Charger
Xantrex 20 True Charge (Allows two chargers to work together to combine the output current)
Portable Honda 20i Inverter.
2 x Solar panels
***Saloon Helm station...
Raymarine C80 chartplotter / Radar (raydome on Targa style frame).
Raymarine electronic log (new).
Eagle Magna III depth sounder/fishfinder.
TMQ AP4 Auto Pilot
GME VHF Radio
Ship's clock and barometer.
***Flybridge helm station...
GME VHF Radio
Anchor winch control
Navman 4100SX Fishfinder/sounder.