The Arvor Weekender’s semi-planning hull is a derivative of the Arvor range, with the same sea keeping qualities and performance. The high topside equates to an exceptionally dry ride.
Arvor’s well known cockpit space has been abbreviated to take into consideration a bigger, more extravagant cabin. Its flawless plan gives an extensive compartment, convertible dinette, workable galley with 12-volt ice chest, a gas stove, private head compartment & two sinks with pressurised water. The steerage station to starboard has an agreeable container seat and conveniently put measures.
The huge windows permit light to surge in however keep out the sprinkle and cold wind. Inhabitants can revel in drifting 12 months of the year on any conduit.
Strolling outside the lockable lodge, you can unwind in style. If you decide to drop a line, amuse companions, or appreciate an evening rest on the collapsing sun cot.
Where its stable mates are universally eminent principally as day angling vessels, this model has a softer side to spoil and awe the fairer sex. A day later’s angling and cruising now is the ideal time to set out toward a shielded bay and tie up for the night.
Remaining accurate to the Arvor mark, the Weekender keeps vital perspectives; the profound sided cockpit has a self-emptying floor, stroll around access to the bow that Arvor possessors envision.
It wears a solitary Cummins CMD 150hp diesel, mid-mounted for unrivaled parity and driving a shaft for extreme dependability. Top speed is 22 hitches and mileage is something petrol outboards and stern drives can just dream