Fairline Mirage

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Fairline Mirage, "Cobwebs"

Boat Length: 28ft 8in (8.74m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed 1984
Fuel Type: Diesel

 This Fairline Mirage is well presented, as original inside and benefits from twin diesel engines as well as folding windowscreen and a full canopy.

£25,950.00


Sold - Oct 21

Fairline Mirage, "Sea King"

Boat Length: 28ft 5in (8.66m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed October 1985
Fuel Type: Petrol

"Sea King" is an incredibly well presented example of the Mk2 Fairline Mirage and has been kept to very high standards by her current owners. She has been upgraded and refurbished in many areas throughout her current ownership. The Mirage is an ideal family river cruiser with generous and comfortable accomodation and a large, sociable cockpit.

£25,950.00


Sold - Oct 21

Fairline Mirage, "Monet's Garden"

Boat Length: 28ft 5in (8.66m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed early 80's
Fuel Type: Petrol

 The Mirage is an ideal family river cruiser with generous and comfortable accomodation and a large, sociable cockpit.

£16,950.00


Sold - Oct 21

Fairline Mirage, "Sapphire"

Boat Length: 28ft 5in (8.66m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed Mid 80's
Fuel Type: Diesel

"Sapphire" is a very nicely presented example of the Mk2 Fairline Mirage and has been kept to very high standards. This is a rare example of the Mirage given her single Volvo Penta diesel engine. The Mirage is an ideal family river cruiser with generous and comfortable accomodation and a large, sociable cockpit.

£25,950.00


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This John Bennett design proved to be a popular design that still looks modern today. The internal volume of the craft allows 5 berths, with dinette and bench seating to create an additional single berth. The crafts beam allows the galley to be offset to the port side keeping the main thoroughfare of the cabin clear.An aft cabin cruiser was also produced which offered 6 berths. 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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