Norm Wright 70ft Commercial Charter Party Boat 200000

  • Reference: RBP1852
  • Year: 1979
  • Length: 70ft 21.35m

Norm Wright 70ft Commercial Charter Vessel/Party Boat

Iconic Brisbane charter vessel "Queenslander" is for sale. A hand-crafted timber vessel from the renown yard of Norman Wright and Sons, built in 1979 but having had several renovations and upgrades including new main engines, generator, galley and other upgrades in 2000. The vessel is for sale in current Queensland commercial registration for 100 passengers in 1D and 120 passengers in 1E. For local buyers there is a significant opportunity to acquire the current business and take advantage of the long period of local use, ongoing bookings and advertising.

Queensland is in working condition ready to continue charter. She is well laid out for 100 plus with generous deck areas and galley. The salon has leather lounges and tables. There is a commercial kitchen with large fridges and freezer capacity. Lots of lighting for mood or party. The vessel is ideal for private functions and parties, corporate events and entertaining, social clubs, weddings. With central Brisbane moorings available she is ideally located and capable of significant expansion and increase revenue to a motivated operator. 

Features of this vessel include:

Twin Cummins 8CTA main engines
Yanmar 20kva genset
3000 litres fuel
7ft plus headroom saloon
Full bar with stainless benches and glass fronted fridges
Commercial oven, roaster, deep flyer, BBQ, dishwasher, microwave
3 fridges 1 freezer 1 ice freezer
Anchor winch and ground tackle
Liferaft and carley floats
Fire system
Fuso sounder, JRC and JMA radars, Furuno GPS, VHF radio
1D 100 pax QLD 1E 120 pax

 
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