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Quicksilver 855 Centenary Edition (Limited Edition)(2018)

Type Weekend High Spec Cruiser Dimensions LOA 29.99 ft, Beam 9.9ft, Draft 1m (3'3 ft) approx, Displacement 3.6T approx
Built 2018 Engines Mercruiser 260hp 3.0l v6 (425 Hours) connected to a Mercruiser Bravo 3 outdrive with twin counter rotating stainless propellors
Tanks Fuel 400L (90 G), Water 100L (22 G) Berths 4 Berths in two double cabins with an additional occasional berth made up in the dinnette area.


Quicksilver 855 Centenary Limited edition with her full cockpit covers up, ashore in Hythe. Note our signature sales tape on the VHF antenna

Note the split rail and squared upper bow gives easy access over the bow and adds extra space in the master cabin. Note offset superstructure to allow easy starboard deck access forward.

The Centenary Limited edition signature logo seen on the bow


Good sized foredeck. Note electric windlass up and down controls and cleats outboard to give uncluttered decks.

Foreward view shows off extra beam from wide upper bow. Note additional fordeck sundeck cushions stored below in cabin.


Twin wipers to one piece windscreen. Note remote control search light on roof

Aft view of roof with sliding skylight and good hand holds. VHF antenna, light mast and tv antenna on rear of coachroof.

Opening port light. Note good handrails and cleat outboard to ensure clear decks and easy access from pontoon.


Extra centenary livery can be seen on the sides.

Full cockpit canopy covers give maximum light into rear cockpit.

Aft full width bathing platform with cover extending right over sliding seat. Note duo prop counter rotating stainless propellors, much better for steering and maneuvering.

Access door to starboard.

Sliding aft seat seen in the forward position to extend bathing area and allows clever aft access to engine room. Note double lockdown latches.

Hatch open shows good access to rear of engine bay with watertight seal and perimeter gutter which drains overboard.

Starboard canopy door. Note deck access with 240V hookup connected beneath (yellow cable).

A view up the starboard side deck show easy access and unclutterd decks.

Extendable hot and cold bathing shower on the starboard quarter.


Aft seat shown in the rear position with infill in place. Note the four deck sockets allowing for table or sunbed arrangements.

Infill removed to allow seat to move forward or acess to port quater during berthing. Note inbuilt rod holders on side deck.

Ample stowage under aft seat for warps and fenders (included).

Stowage locker which doubles as fish locker if required.

Self draining gas locker under starboard step with 240v connection to rear.

Main battery and trip panel housed in starboard bulkhead. Note safety fuel shut off (yellow lever).


Under cockpit stowage shown to the left of shot is forward access to the engine room and to the right is stowage for the cockpit sunbed/table.


Curved table / sun lounge base allows easy access when erected.


Engine room looking aft with twin batteries. Both charged by main engine or by charger when connected to 240v shore power.

Port aft engine room with ample space.

Deck shower pump and water tank. Note hydraulic tank for outdrive with good access.

Large plastic water tank.

Large grey diesel tank again with good access.

Full width triple sliding doors give light and open cockpit feel.

Galley to starboard side of wheel house. Note microwave and fridge under.

On top twin burner cooker. Nice size sink with useful cover and hot/cold tap.

To port is the twin double seating shown in the cruising arrangement, both have stowage under. Forward set on runners to adjust for differnt configurations. Note opening portlight in window.

Wallas diesel heating controls mounted on aft pillar. Note all round curtains for extra privacy for the evenings/nights.

Shown with the Nav table in position.


Shown with the front seat back reversed and moved forward to give ample diinning for four. Note the table also drops to form an additional occasional double berth.

Forward co-pilot seat with good all round vision. Note grab handle and light well for cabins.

Sliding sun roof provides a light and airy feel with good ventilation for those hot days.

Helm position with all controls readily to hand and good electronics package. Note side door for quick access to decks or for added ventilation.

Opening side door gives really good access to side deck. Really useful when berthing or for easy access forward when covers are up. Note seat in bolster position but can be dropped down to act as seat.


Fire extinguisher and seat adjustment. Note drop down hinged panel for extra comfort whilst sitting or standing for the shorter skippers snf angled foot rest.

Under seat fuse board for 240V services. Note Fusion stereo.


Clear side decks with easy access forward.



Down to the Accommodation

Centre companionway giving access to two cabins and heads to starboard.

Under floor stowage reveals separate battery for bow thruster charged from the engine.

Port cabin access. Note side window and stowage.

Second cabin shown with double inset cushions in place. Note additional deck and saloon cushions stored here.

Centre insert can be removed to form two single berths, stowage under.

This is the master cabin with an island bed. Note the squared bow showing off the extra space gain below.

Wardrobe to port of master cabin. Note opening port light to port and skylight above.

Under bed storage drawers with additional under bed stowage forward.

TV on starbaord bulkhead. Note port light to starboard allowing good airflow if required.

Main toilet and shower which can be used as a changing room. Note electric toilet and hot and cold running water.

Brochure shot. Ready for you to enjoy your next holiday.




Electronics Simrad NSS colour integrated chart plotter and GPS with echo sounder, Simrad VHF DSC, gimballed compass, Fusion stereo with Bluetooth connectivity.
Extras This is the Centenary Edition which is the fully equipped limited edition version with many extras like bowthruster, Quick electric anchor windlass with additional helm station, electric trim tabs, electric sea toilet, diesel Wallas heating, anchor, warps and chain, full caravan covers, fullly equipped galley, full cushion set with sliding aft seat. TV to master cabin.
History This boat has had one previous owner.  Both previous and current owners have berthed her in Hythe Marina.
Broker's Comments

This top spec boat is well sort after given its versatile layout. Both owners are known to us and were both fastidious about their boat. This is evident today. Unfortunately bereavement forces sale. Well worth taking a look at. Don't forget the check out the VIDEOWALK

Click here for Exterior https://youtu.be/uKdZqDrCShg or

Click here for  Interior  https://youtu.be/f9S8nuMhNog

Ashore at Hythe Marina Southampton £91,000

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