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21.33ft / 6.5m
8.04ft / 2.45m
Volvo Penta AQAD30 Inboard/Outboard diesel 110 horsepower
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Located In:
Shepperton, United Kingdom
Hull Material:

1985 Fairline 21 Weekender for sale. A rare example with a Volvo Diesel stern drive. 


Builder                       Fairline Boats ( Oundle)

Year                           1985

Length                       21' 5"   6.5m

Beam                          8' 1"    2.45m

Draft                            3' 3"    1m

Fuel capacity              27.5 gallons   125L

Water Capacity           15    gallons   68L

Hull                              GRP  Burgundy & White

Deck & Topsides         GRP  White


Engine      AQAD30    110hp  4Cyl Diesel with Duo-prop Sterndrive.

Steering    Hydraulic

Lighting     12v

Interior and other equipment

Cabins         1

Berths          2

Cooking       Gas Two ring and Grill


Echo Sounder

Fire Extinguishers      2 & Fire Blanket

Life Jackets    3



Full canopy

Lines and Fenders

Shore cable

Recent History

Lilly was moved to Shepperton marina 2/3 years ago, but has had little use in that time, hence the reason for sale.

The hull has been treated for osmosis in the past.

Boat safety Certificate valid until 10th February 2020

Shepperton Marina Mooring Offer


We are pleased to be able to offer discounted moorings for the first year at Shepperton Marina for all boats purchased through our Boat Showrooms brokerage office.

For this boat an annual mooring would be £2223 including VAT and the discount, saving £247!  Power is metered if required.


The company normally only acts as a broker for the Vendor who, unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute as a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate, and at his own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey.

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