Ocqueteau 615

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€ 30,000
United Kingdom
Gillingham
2020
6.22
GRP
New
Dealer
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Boat Description

The Ocqueteau 615 Timonier is from the outboard powered range offering sparkling performance and high speed cruising. Focusing on the key values of the larger boats in the range means the 615 is ideal for fishing, with a generous cockpit, yet also make excellent compact cruisers thanks to their surprisingly spacious open plan wheelhouse!

Accommodation
The Ocqueteau 615 has an open plan wheelhouse and cabin with a seating area forward, helm seat to starboard and compact galley area to port fitted with a sink and hand pumped cold water supply. Good stowage provided beneath berths and in various lockers. Two large cockpit lockers provide ample storage for fenders, warps and other deck gear.

Excellent all-round visibility with glass windscreens for improved durability and performance. Sliding wheelhouse door to large aft cockpit, offering plenty of space for fishing or pleasant day cruising.
Optional extras include: Wooden steering wheel, curtains, folding cockpit bench seat, cockpit table and base.

Mechanical Systems
A range of outboard petrol engines are available to suit individual use but the standard factory options are
Suzuki DF90ATL
Suzuki DF115ATL

Additional engine options are available, such as Mercury, Yamaha, Honda, Mariner etc. If you have a particular preference, this can often be accommodated.

Construction
Ocqueteau 615 Timonier built by Ocqueteau SA in 2018. White GRP vacuum infusion moulded hull with grey styling stripe, superstructure and decks with non-slip surfaces. Self draining aft cockpit with good stowage. Steps up to side decks and walk-thru transom

The clever usage of vacuum infusion allows a superior strength to weight ratio over more traditional construction techniques, resulting in improved efficiency, performance and economy. As a direct result Ocqueteau are able to use smaller engines to achieve the same speeds as many competitors and get surprising performance from their shaft driven range, avoiding the need for more complicated sterndrive options.