Very well presented example of one of NZ's most popular and iconic family sport cruisers. This late 2001 (2002 model) 335 Targa has the additional extended boarding platform providing a fantastic fishing and watersports base.
With legendary performance and handling the Genesis hull has cemented itself as the go-to for Kiwi boaters looking for a versatile and reliable coastal cruiser that fits perfectly into a 12m berth.
The open plan alfresco lounge area under the Targa roof gives all-weather protection whilst still feeling 'outdoors' and the large uncluttered cockpit space can easily adapt to a multitude of functions. The high cockpit sides and deep transom doors provide a safe and secure enclosure with even the youngest mariners on board. Fishing, diving and swimming activities are well catered for on the oversized (1.4m) boarding platform complemented by a handy sink/bench/shower unit built into the transom.
Generous accommodation is supplied by an enormous forward berth that stretches the full width of the boat and an aft cabin space that easily converts from cosy nook to double berth and back again.
Powered by twin KAD32 Volvos she performs brilliantly, quick onto the plane and comfortably cruising at 23-26 knots with full tanks. Fantastic fuel economy sipping approximately 45 lph at 25 knots. With electronic controls and a powerful Sidepower bow thruster, tight maneuvering is a breeze.
With low hours and many upgrades undertaken in recent years and the possibility to take over rental of prime position Gulf Harbour berth, this Genesis represents excellent value and is ready to go for Summer!
|Water (Potable) Capacity (l)||: 360|
|Hull Construction Material||: Fibreglass|
|Deck Construction Material||: Fibreglass|
|Country Origin||: New Zealand|
|Length (m)||: 10.98|
|Beam/Width (m)||: 3.5|
|Draft (m)||: 0.9|
|Dry Weight (kgs)||: 5,500|
|Deadrise (degrees)||: 17|
|Number of Helms||: 1|
|Engine Notes||: Low hour, well serviced Volvo Penta KAD32 supercharged/turbocharged 4 cyl engine provide rapid acceleration from displacement speeds and incredibly efficient high speed cruising from 22 to 27 knots|
|Number Of Engines||: 2|
|Engine Hours||: 1400|
|Horse Power (hp)||: 170|
|Drive Type||: Stern Drive|
|Fuel Type||: Diesel|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (L)||: 585|
|Propeller||: Volvo Penta Duoprop|
|Steering System||: Hydraulic|
|Bow Thruster||: Sidepower|
|Accomodation Notes||: Full width double berth forward, convertible aft lounge/double berth|
|Number of Berths||: 4 (plus saloon settee)|
|Number of Showers||: 1 x bathroom, 1 x transom|
|Number of Toilets||: 1|
|Toilet Type||: Electric|
|Number of TVs||: 1|
|Holding Tank (L)||: 65|
|Stove||: 3 burner gas stove|
|Number of Freezers||: 1 (plus freezer compartment in galley fridge)|
|Number of Sinks||: 1 x galley, 1 x transom|
|Anchor / Winch||: Maxwell RC8 Windlass, 15kg Ronca anchor (both new 2019)|
|Bilge Pump||: 3 x Electric|
|Electronics Navigation||: Simrad GO9 Plotter/sounder multifunction display|
|Dinghy||: Aquapro w/ 2.5hp Mercury|
|Covers||: Rear cockpit covers (new 2018)|
|GPS||: Simrad GO9|
|Number of Fish Finders||: 1|
|Radio||: Fusion stereo with dash mounted remote|
|Number of Life Jackets||: 4|