Fairline Mirage Aft Cabin

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Fairline Mirage Aft Cabin, "Aquatic II"

Boat Length: 28ft 8in (8.74m)
Berths: 6 berths in 2 cabins
Year: Believed 1984
Fuel Type: Diesel

This is a very well presented and equiped aft cabin version of the Fairline Mirage which has benefitted from over £30,000 worth of work over the past few years. New Volvo diesel engines, dash, windows, canopy, fridge,oven, hatch, carpet. Inflatable dinghy, elec outboard and battery not included but available by negotiation.

£34,950.00


Sold - Oct 18

Fairline Mirage Aft Cabin, "Freya"

Boat Length: 28ft 8in (8.74m)
Berths: 6
Year: Believed early 80s
Fuel Type: Diesel

This Fairline Mirage Aft Cabin is a well presented example which benfits from new canopy and upholstery and folding window screens. £8k has been spent refurbishing the interior in the last 3 years.


Sold - May 18

Fairline Mirage Aft Cabin, "Champagne Lady"

Boat Length: 28ft 8in (8.74m)
Berths: 6
Year: Believed early 80,s
Fuel Type: Diesel

This fairline Mirage aft cabin is a full canopy folding screen version. The interior has been refitted by her owner to high standards to include new linings upholstery and galley


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Fairline Mirage Aft Cabin Further Reading

As well as the Fairline Mirage John Bennett designed an aft cabin version was also produced which offered 6 berths. Fairline built 80 Mirage aft cabins. The aft cockpit craft were always powered with outdrives and usually Volvo petrol with some Volvo diesel. The aft cabin craft were more designed for inland use with conventional shaft drive in diesel with some twin engined versions.

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