The renowned Hardy 20 Family Pilot is a great little 2-berth (or 4 at a pinch) day boat or weekender. She's an excellent choice for exploring rivers, lakes or coast hopping to good weather. She comes with a road trailer, an 80 hp Mariner 4-stroke 2008 engine and Bennett auto hydraulic trim tabs. GPS plotter, VHF and fish finder. A great first boat for somebody!
Length Overall: 20' 6.0m
Min Draft: 0.4m
Dry weight: Approx. 1000 kg
Mercury Mariner 80 hp EFi 4-stroke, new in 2011, with low hours and professionally maintained.
Bennett automatic hydraulic trim tabs
Bay Star hydraulic steering and electric tilt
Max speed approx. 23 kn
Fuel consumption: at 17 kn approx. 1 nm/l. and at 6 kn approx. 3 nm/l.
Fuel: 80 l
Water: 20 l
The interior has a seperate heads compartment with marine toilet. There is quite a spacious V-shaped saloon arranged round a removable table and giving 2 berths. There is another generous quarter berth on the port side. Mounted on the bulkhead is a clock and barometer - together with a radio/cd player.
The covered cockpit/pilot house has good visibility and protection from the elements. Helm position is to stbd. with all controls and instruments easily accessible. There is a single wind screen wiper and a Contest 130 steering compass. There is good locker stowage and seating.
The galley area is to port with a 2-burner gas cooker and grill, with a single sink beside it - all concealed beneath a wooden lift-up worktop. There is an electric freshwater pump from the water tank in the forepeak.
12v/240v with shore power connector and cable.
Furuno 1715 radar
Garmin GPSmap 551 plotter
Apelco Eagle CUDA 16B fishfinder
VHF is I-COM M421
2 batteries - 1 domestic and 1 engine
Most of the wiring has been renewed within the last 3 years
Interior and wheelhouse lighting
Fortress anchor, galvanised chain and rode.
New polyester rope fender has been recently fitted.
Axium hand-bearing compass
Lowerable aux. engine bracket
Galvanised road trailer with new suspension, axle and brakes and has not been used for launching since.