Orkney – Fastliner 19 for sale
£ 7,500
5.52 m/18 ft
South East, Fareham, United Kingdom.

1998 Orkney Bass Hunter (19’ Fastliner) with road trailer. Here is a fisherman’s dream: a heavily customised, well-spec’d fishing boat built around the last hull out of Orkney’s more traditional 19’ Fastliner mould. This package includes:Bow rail and engine bar.Centre console with driving position adjustable seat.Flat floor with under floor access.Fitted out for trolling with outriggers, downrigger, multiple rod rests for trolling and static fishing.Storage rails, useful for storing nets etc.Main engine 25 HP Yamaha – 4 stroke unleaded fuel, electric start, charges battery when running.Auxiliary engine 6 HP Yamaha – 4 stroke unleaded fuel, manual start. Both engines have console mounted controls and are connected to centre steering.Twin 25 litre fuel tanks.Manual bailing pump.Wired for dashboard mounted fishfinder (not included) & differential GPS (not included) and fitted with VHF radio set (included).All circuits fused and fitted with isolation switches.Cooker & Toilet fitted under front cuddy (all included).Compass, life jackets ropes & anchors, paddles, self-draining, drogue, spare hand-operated pump, fenders, cover all included. The boat has 4 lockers all with padlocks (same key).The trailer comes with a spare wheel. Recent work includes all new tyres & wheel bearings. One owner since new. As featured in Pike & Predators in 2011. P&P article provides an in-depth introduction to the boat. Copies of article can be provided via email on request. The boat has accounted for many Pike to over 25lbs and trout to over 10lbs from Scottish & Irish Lochs & Loughs. This boat is not in our display but is local to us. Please call us or email us with your questions and to arrange your viewing. Thanks for looking!Manufacturer Provided Description
The Orkney 19 foot Fastliner is a rugged workmanlike boat designed specifically for use with outboard engines. Built to meet the demands of the modern day fisherman requiring a minimum of 15 knots, the Fastliner 19 achieves this with less than 20hp – a great saving in outlay and running costs.
From the first glance at the simulated clinker hull it is apparent that here is something special. The beautifully flared bow is essential for cutting through the rough seas. The wide rounded sections amidships mean good stability. The well proportioned transom is just right to keep those motors clear from any following sea. The keel, swept away to encourage a clean flow of water to the propeller, is fitted with a solid timber and metal rubbing strake for breaching.
The foredeck incorporates an anchor well and being short it enables the optional GRP cuddy to be mounted well forward – thus retaining the majority of the vast open cockpit. The forward seating area has stowage under with access to the compartment under the foredeck. There are shelf compartments each side filled with foam with more foam forward and aft to ensure full stable flotation in the event of an accident. Fuel tank/battery stowage is under the deep engine well.
A commercial version of the Fastliner is available with fully ribbed hull and raised self-bailing floor.
Standard Specification
Heavy duty hulls in hand lay-up GRP Galavanised keel bands on all models Anodised alloy deck fittings Tough all-round fendering and stainless steel winch eyes Built-in buoyancy as standard
Engine Notes
Max Power: 40hp Recommended Power: 20-30hp Performance Indicator: 20hp – 15 knots 30hp – 19 knots 40hp – 22 knots
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

2018-03-23 00:52:17

Please follow and like us:

Leave a Reply