The Shetland 570 was a classic cruiser in its day and now almost collectors boat and surprisingly sought-after. This one is looking for a new home. She'll being coming out of the water shortly and onto her road trailer until sold. She has an Evinrude 70hp 2-stroke main outboard engine and auxiliary small 4-stroke.Details:-Description
The Shetland 570 was a classic cruiser in its day and now almost collectors boat and surprisingly sought-after. This one is looking for a new home. She'll being coming out of the water shortly and onto her road trailer until sold. She has an Evinrude 70hp 2-stroke main outboard engine and auxiliary small 4-stroke.Dimensions
Length Overall: 5.7m / 18'8"
Length at Waterline:
Beam: 2.08m / 6'10"
Max Draft: 0.6m / 2'
Weight: 619kg / 1362 lbsEngine
Main engine is a Evinrude 70hp 2-stroke outboard which gives her a top speed of approx 18-19 knots
£ bladed propellor - new in 2018
Auxiliary engine is a Yamaha 2.5hp 4-stroke mounted on an adjustable outboard bracket.Tankage
Fuel: 2 x 20l portable tanksAccommodation
The cabin provides a V-berth for two with a small galley area aft. No cooker but there ia a sink with manual water.
The accommodation is greatly augmented by the comprehensive cockpit canopy which has good headroom. Currently no toilet.
Could sleep two small ones in the cockpit...Electrical
12v with a single batteryInventory
Anchor and chainRoad trailerShetland and 570 information
Shetland?s main objective in 1968 was to produce safe and reliable family performance cruisers at no nonsense prices, this is still the objective today and Shetland stands by this belief. Shetland family cruisers have had a consistent appeal to thousands who enjoy life afloat as the only acceptable family pastime providing a rewarding alternative to pressures of daily work life.
This Colin Mudie designed boat first came out in 1971 and features a semi displacement hull. The boat has 2 V-berths in the cabin with a small galley area aft. The cockpit is generous for her trailable size. The boat is seen inland and on the coast, where up to 115hp outboards could be fitted. Some models even had OMC inboard engines installed. The MK II version has built-in foam buoyancy. This boat was popular with 3039 built. In 1982, the 570 was re-named the Shetland Kestrel with slight change to the window design.FeaturesRoad trailerCockpit coverCockpit cushionsContact InformationRegister your interest with John on +44 (0)7564 366 639 - viewing by appointment with our Belfast office.The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.