Zodiac Nova Marine Boats for Sale Yr.1989 *New 2020
1989 Zodiac Nova Marine boats for sale from 1000$. Its engine is regularly maintained by Volvo authorized services. Zodiac Nova Marine Boat has a 260 hp Volvo Penta diesel engine. 1989 Zodiac is very economical in terms of fuel consumption. Generator, electric stove, kettle, air conditioner/heater, double fridge (inside-outside), microwave oven, optional sound system, and television in internal equipment. It has a siphon WC.
Zodiac Nova Marine Boats Review and SpecsYear: 1989
Manufacturer: Lanier Marine Liquidators
1989 ZODIAC NOVA MARINE II RH430, This boat is tender from a mega yacht Nova Marine best we can tell. It is Manufactured by FTJ MIC code. We do not believe that it is a Zodiac nor do we believe that it was built by Nova Marine. The FTJ mic code search returned no results.
The boat is of top quality construction and in good repair for its age. Our 15-acre boat yard has over 100 new trailers deeply discounted, over 250 used trailers, over 100 complete outboards, over 250 incomplete outboards for part, over 50 complete inboard outboard systems, over 150 incomplete inboard and outboard systems, literally millions of used hard to find parts. Plus over 13,000 new parts, no longer available hard to find. Additionally 350 complete boats and 350 project boats all in one location. Largest inventory in the southeast. LML 10/7/10. BC – 1989 ZODIAC NOVA MARINE II RH430
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Zodiac Nova Marine boat prices are nearly about 1000 USD.
Zodiac Nova Marine boat manufacturer is Lanier Marine Liquidators.
Zodiac Nova Marine Boats can go 33 Knots per hour.
Yes, we can say this truly. Zodiac Nova Marine Boats are Well equipped.
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