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Old 16-10-2010, 12:11   #1
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Nautitech 395 - Thoughts ?

Does anyone have a Nautitech 395? It seems like they could be had in the $140k - 160k range for a 2000 model. Too good to be true? Is a generator and air conditioning out of the question on this boat?

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Does anyone have a Nautitech 395? It seems like they could be had in the $140k - 160k range for a 2000 model. Too good to be true? Is a generator and air conditioning out of the question on this boat?

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i looked hard but never found ANY comment on this model, other than people dislike the exposed helm position.

the photos i have seen show a good bridgedeck clearance with not too narrow hulls so load carrying should be OK.


Seems to be a somewhat popular charter model in the med. Typically has a standard layout with a galley down, two heads and 4 cabins in the corners. But you have to like the white GRP layout without much wood (I do, easy to clean and no moisture stains).
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Very nice boats, also made (I think) in something called 'deluxe' version.

Seen them cruising far and wide.

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Angry Re: Nautitech 395 - Thoughts ?

I planned to buy a Nautitech 395 to sail it from Europe to Australia to sell it there . It is a nice boat for coast sailing but the 2 ?!? steerings unsheltered behind the cockpit are not what you want when heavy seas or rain that is why I prefer other similar like Lagoon 380 but these types are more expensive to buy. so good luck and happy sailing


the photos i have seen show a good bridgedeck clearance with not too narrow hulls so load carrying should be OK.


Seems to be a somewhat popular charter model in the med. Typically has a standard layout with a galley down, two heads and 4 cabins in the corners. But you have to like the white GRP layout without much wood (I do, easy to clean and no moisture stains).[/QUOTE]
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