DELTA 19 FIBREGLASS DISPLACEMENT DIESEL SHAFTDRIVE CRUISER  

Price
AU $20,000
Length
19' - 5.79m
Usage
Leisure, Cruising
Launch Year
1982 approximate
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

Description: Delta 19 Fibreglass displacement diesel shaftdrive cruiser
Very tidy cruiser on a registered trailer ready to enjoy at your favourite location. Yanmar diesel powered, 2 berths, toilet, sink, portable stove and a practical fully enclosed cockpit with excellent covers. Comes with a tandem trailer and a mast and headsail furler, all winches and deck hardware for becoming a trailer/sailor if desired but there is no mainsail or boom.
Ideally a low cost comfortable cruiser with a good range of equipment and a reliable diesel which can be easily towed or moored. Please contact Steve Taylor on 0400 934 974 to organise an inspection.

Region
Tasmania
Location
Hobart Region
Reference
Deltacraft 19 Mikaree
Launch Year
1982 approximate
Designer
Deltacraft, Brookvale, NSW
Builder
As above
Length
19' - 5.79m
Draft
1 metre
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Deck Material
Fibreglass non skid.
Engine Make
Yanmar
Engine
Fresh water cooled, shaft drive, electric start.
Number Engines
1
Horse Power
20hp
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Hours
1520
Fuel Consumption
Very low
Cruise Speed
6 knots
Propulsion
3 blade propellor
Genset
Solar panel
Fuel
40 litres in s/steel tank
Water
60 litres
Accommodation
2 single bunks with high density foam mattresses.
Cabins
1
Berths
Sleeps 2
Galley
Sink and a portable butane canister stove
Toilet
Manual
Covers
Fully enclosed cockpit
Ground Tackle
Anchor with rope and chain
Bilge Pumps
Electric automatic
Electrics
2 x 12 volts with solar charging.
Electronics
Autohelm tiller autopilot
Navman fishfinder
Lowrance GPS
GME VHF radio
Deck Gear
Boarding ladder
Bait board
Trailer
Tandem with new springs, wheels and tyres. Registered
Extension drawbar for launching.


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