Spacious open plan self draining cockpit
Similar to her smaller sister, the New Fastliner 19 is an ideal boat for the family, for use in and out of the harbour as well as amateur fisherman who will benefit from her open plan self-draining cockpit and robust, seaworthy design with uncompromised sea keeping skills.
LOA 19’5” / 5.92m
Beam 7’5” / 2.26m
Hull weight 1500 lbs / 670 kgs
Price From £15,192
We are always pleased to hear from our customers and look forward to discussing your own specific requirements and plans for a new boat.
- Spacious open plan 'Self-draining' cockpit as standard
- Easily adaptable layout with various seating configurations
- 28” interior freeboard makes a safe and secure cockpit
- 27 knot performance
- Economical to run
- Fixed GRP Cuddy or folding Spray dodger
- Centre or side mounted console available
Easily adaptable layout
The Fastliner 19 is an ideal harbour launch for the family, meanwhile equally as comfortable running offshore in more challenging conditions. An easily driven hull ensures excellent performance and economy with modest sized outboard engines, adopting the same longstanding principles that Orkney have become renowned for over the years, namely a robust, seaworthy design with uncompromised sea keeping skills. This latest addition to the Orkney range will be a first choice for keen fisherman and cruisers alike, who will benefit from the spacious open plan 'self draining' cockpit and the option of either tiller or remote steered engines.
Like her smaller sister the Longliner 16, this model will be easily customisable with a wide choice of different seating configurations tailored to your exact requirements, and available with either a fixed GRP cuddy for ultimate protection from the elements or an easily foldable Spay dodger for more occasional use and protection from the odd shower or when running offshore.
For helming options this latest new model is the first to be offered with a new design Centre console in addition to a more conventional side mounted steering console to maximise room and accessibility around the cockpit.