Corra Bheinn celebrates her arrival in Mull.
Corra Bheinn arrived on the Island of Mull in July and has already been used extensively. She is a Cheetah 9.2m x 3.7m designed to take guests from the Benmore Estate angling, sightseeing and exploring the West coast of Scotland.
Delivered ready for immediate use, the boat is powered by twin Honda 200hp engines with twin 180 litre built in fuel tanks giving a range well in excess of 150nm.Stainless steel rails, a swinging gantry with a chine band and gunwale capping, all fabricated in house give guests the opportunity to haul lobster and crab pots for fresh seafood suppers later in the day.
The well-equipped wheel house seats six with more seating outside on deck.A Simrad electronics package supplies all the information necessary for long trips away.Safety kit for twelve passengers plus two crew to comply with MCA cat 2, 60m from a safe haven is fitted and the hull has been treated with six coats of coppercoat antifoul.
Tim Radford, manager of Benmore Estates commented “The new Cheetah has transformed our capability on the sea both around Mull and further afield and we look forward too many adventures in her over the years.She is an awesome vessel which has surpassed our expectations.Thank you”
|Wheelhouse||2m x 3m|
|Top Speed||38 Knots|
|Cruise Speed||21 Knots|