Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Suzuki
- Model: 200APL
- Fuel: Unleaded
- Engine Power: 200hp
- Type: Outboard
- Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Stainless Steel
- Year: 2023
- Engine Location: Center
Burnham Yacht Harbour Foundry Lane
Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex, GB, CM0 8BL
Tel:+44 (0)1621 785600
The Ocqueteau 600 Ostrea T-Top has an open plan flat deck with a bathing area forward with an optional large cushion. Moving aft to the helm there ia a large double bench helm seat. The cockpit can be equipped with a removable cockpit table for up to four people (optional). Two large cockpit lockers and a lazarette provide ample storage for fenders, warps and other deck gear, with a built in live bait/catch well or deep locker concealed at the stern. Excellent all-round visibility with its heightened central console with T-top cover over the helm position. Full walk-around flat deck, offering plenty of space for fishing or pleasant day cruising. Walk-thru transom to optional moulded bathing platform.
Located on transom, Suzuki 200APL four-stroke outboard (new 2023 with 5 year warranty). Single lever controls. Suzuki smart gauge. Plastic 135L fuel tank. Stainless steel 3-bladed propeller.
12v Battery charged via engine alternator. Electrical distribution system with battery isolator.
- Bowsprit and bow roller
- 4 x Mooring cleats
- Stainless steel pulpit and side rails
- Stainless steel T-Top frame with fabric roof
- Stainless steel bathing ladder
- 2 x Stainless steel rod holders
- Additional built-in cockpit seating
- Cold water deck shower
- Console cover
- Navigation lights
- Manual bilge pump
- Streamline 4-wheel galvanised road trailer available for £4,970 inc VAT if required
Ocqueteau 600 T-Top Ostrea built by Ocqueteau SA in 2019, never launched. White GRP vacuum infusion moulded hull with grey styling stripe, superstructure, and decks with non-slip surfaces. Wheel steering. Self-draining cockpit with good stowage. Level decks and walk-thru transom. Twin bathing platforms.
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 whilst returning great economy, or higher top speeds than usually possible depending on engine choice.