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NP280EC 9.0m Luxury Yacht

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Specifications
  • PRICE: USD 275,000 Includes Global Shipping
  • Payment Terms: T/T
  • Delivery Detail: 30 to 45 days
  • Brand Name: Allmand
  • Model Number: NP280EC
  • Length: 9.0m
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Type: Luxury Yacht
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Certification: CE
  • Width: 2.9m
  • Engine Power: MerCruiser 4.3L*2 MPI diesel 440hp/328kw
  • Passenger: 12 persons
  • Draft (up): 25"/6.3cm
  • Draft (down): 37"/94cm
  • Dry Weight: 3,992 kg
  • Fuel Capacity: 379L/100gal
  • Transom Dead rise: 18.5 degrees
  • Fresh Water Tank: 110L
  • Hot Water Tank: 20L
  • Speed: 32kph
  • Hull Color: Blue/Red
Standard Accessories
  • 220V dockside power system with 15m cord
  • analog clock
  • extinguisher
  • battery charger
  • battery tray
  • custom instrument panel
  • dockside pumpout
  • electric blower
  • electric automatic bilge pump
  • electric horn
  • hydraulic trim tabs
  • navigation/ anchor lights
  • oil pressure gauge
  • fuel gauge
  • power steering with tilt
  • pressured cold water
  • regulated city water inlet
  • speedometer
  • tachometer with hour meter
  • temperature gauge
  • tilt steering wheel
  • trim indicator gauge
  • VHF radio
  • voltmeter
  • adjustable cabin direct lighting
  • AM/FM radio CD 2 speakers system
  • bedding
  • multi-function table
  • galley with sink
  • indirect cabin lighting
  • stand up head with closed shower
  • vinyl headliner/fabric upholstery
  • anchor roller with locker
  • courtesy lights
  • cockpit cover (used for docking)
  • drink holders
  • engine compartment chromed vents
  • forward deck hatch
  • deck refreshment center with sink and pressured water
  • sliding acrylic cabin entry doors
  • stainless steel arch
  • stainless steel bow and stern eyes
  • rails
  • walk-thru windshield with tempered glass
Optional Accessories
  • VOLVO D6 engine 370hp/272kw
  • Hot water system
  • air conditioning
  • refrigerator
  • microwave
  • remote spotlight
  • TV
  • AM/FM radio DVD 4 speakers system
  • electro-magnetics
  • digital depth sounder
  • electric anchor
  • electric toilet
  • generator 4.2kw
  • GPS
  • macerator
  • navigation compass
  • suntop
  • fiberglass arch
  • carpeting
  • cockpit dinette table
  • galley with sink
  • transom shower
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