Outboard walkaround 655 Wacenter consolesport-fishingwith cabin

outboard walkaround
outboard walkaround
outboard walkaround
outboard walkaround
outboard walkaround
outboard walkaround
outboard walkaround
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Characteristics

Motor type
outboard
Deck layout
center console
Intended use
sport-fishing
Below-deck configuration
with cabin, twin-berth
Deck features
sundeck
Length

6.6 m (21'07")

Description

An important measure to ensure the maximum comfort both when you are at sea and when you stay at anchor or in port. The powerful engine used (up to 150 hp), is the assurance of quick transfers and allows the practice of some water sports, including water skiing. But if you do not want to exaggerate, it takes even just 100 horsepower to get the best from the hull! The deck features areas where basking in the sun on the front sundeck or play with friends, or lunch in the stern with a fixed sofa and one removable. A cabinet houses a sink unit and is integrated with a fridge and a 1 gas stove, both optional. At the stern, near the engine, there is a box to be used for the live fish. Just equip all with the optional kit. Storage pockets on the sides, transom door, swimming ladder (concealed inside a locker), and the shower system complete with 50-liter tank will make your stay more pleasant on board. The steering console is large and well-positioned to the right of the deck, complete with a steering wheel, compass, switch panel and printed dashboard tools for engine’s screen, highly protective windshield and a driver leaning post for to drive up. Finally, opening the acrylate door bellows, leads to the sleeping area, a proper two-person cabin with lockers under the pillows, reading lights and the possibility of providing the environment and portholes a WC (chemical or marine ).

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