This is an Avon 620 rib that has a 2006 Honda Epa 130 fuel injected 4 stroke engine sitting on a Hallmark rollercoaster trailer.
Specifically the details are as follows.
The boat is from a very well known maker and has a fantastic reputation for its sea keeping capabilities. I have had her in a force 5 and she coped well with it giving an extremely dry ride at all times. The boat comes complete with a folding double console with twin jockey side by side seats that are newly upholstered and a double seat to the fore of the console with a large storage locker below. There is a forward bow storage locker where the chain and anchor are kept with more storage space there as well. There is also storage below the two jockey seats.
The seats have separate waterproof covers as does the console, again these are as new. There is also a fully fitted complete boat cover which although faded does its job well and has protected the tubes from any fading at all.
The tubes are very fresh in colour with no fading and hold air all the time. Small patch to underside of starboard sponson but canmot be seen. The hull has previously been antifouled and will need doing again if so desired. I dont keep it on a mooring so never bothered about it. Only some minor scratches are visible on the hull but when painted these will dissappear.
On board the majority of the instruments are all matched Honda make and include volt meter, rpm gauge, tilt and trim gauge and hours gauge. There is a blue sea system that controls the navigation lights, vhf, sounder, plotter and bilge pump. The chart plotter is the expensive GPS 551 full colour system that has preloaded charts for all UK waters. There is a rechargeable back up hand held Magellan Meridian Marine plotter and GPS system also. The fishfinder is a colour Garmin 300c and The VHF is a Vertex standard system. All of these work as they should with the exception of the hours meter which has never worked in the time I had the boat.