About this Yacht


Getting aboard the 2855 is easy, thanks to a full-width moulded boarding platform and a starboard-side transom door, which comes complete with spring-loaded latch. There's also a handy grabrail across the transom.

There are two routes to the foredeck: around the cabin, with security in the form of a low bow-rail, or through the opening centre section of the windscreen. Includes a Muir windlass that can be operated from the dashboard, a deep chain locker with deadeye, bow roller, and a spotlight with remote control on the dash, also includes a portside windscreen wiper. A cockpit shower, a transom locker.

A sliding hatch above the door pushes away, allowing easy entry to the cabin. The cabin holds much more than you'd expect from the outside view of the boat. A full galley runs to port and there's a double bunk( Queen-size) below the cockpit floor. It can comfortably sleep two adults or make a play/sleep refuge for a couple of kids. There is a wardrobe between the alcove and galley.

There is a dinette that seats four opposite the galley and it can convert in minutes to a double bed. Forward of the dinette is a huge double vee-berth. There's a mount with television on a swing arm so all can view in saloon. The big V8 ( 6.2 Lt) drives through a Bravo III leg and 3 bladed prop, making manoeuvring a breeze.

A well-tuned 2855 comfortably cruises at 20-22 knots around 4000 rpm and still with some power in reserve. The cockpit lounge can seat three and the forward facing aft bench is big enough for two. The cockpit bench has a movable backrest that makes the seat forward or aft.

now   SOLD

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L 8.80M/28’10”. B. 3.00M/9’11”. D.1.00M/ 3’3”






2004 HRS 770 - manifold and risers changed

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