2014 Raptor 660FC
2014 Raptor 660FC powered by twin 115 HP Honda four stroke engines (with Blast) with stainless counter rotating propellers approximately 60 hour on each. Disc braked galvanised break neck trailer including electric winch. T/Top, Lowrance Elite 7 fish finder, VHF radio, live well and 6 fuel tanks.
Well looked after as good as new. Reason for selling, owner bought a bigger boat.
Don’t miss out. This 21’ 6” boat is worth looking at if you want something big and spacious. She looks good, has enough space for the whole family and all at a price that won’t bankrupt you. What more could you want? Call Douglas on 0824663774
Length – 21’ 6” (6.6m)
Beam – 2.55m
HP — 2 x 115hp
The Raptor 660FC is a spacious boat — five people could easily fish on her without being in each other’s way. Fitted with side-mount cable controls with hydraulic steering that makes it easy and comfortable to operate she delivers a safe, comfortable, smooth, soft and very dry ride.
Easy access to the anchor hatch in the front with a step through the middle of the console and a windscreen that opens. In the deck of the walk-through passage they have put a cooler hatch where you can store anything that needs to be chilled.
The console has hatches on both sides in the front, and there are two swivel seats — one for the skipper and one for crew — with a lovely stainless-steel T-top to round it off. This T-top has extra rod holders at the top. There are also spotlights on both sides that could be used for deck lights during night fishing. The anchor light is also fitted on the top.
The T-top can be folded down to reduce wind resistance while towing. The gunnels are more or less knee height which makes them very comfortable to lean against, but not too high if you have to gaff a fish. There’s also place to store rods in the gunnels.The fish hatches are big enough to easily hold your day’s catches. In the middle of the deck there’s extra seating on top of the fuel hatches.
Moving further back you will find the battery boxes in the stern — one on each side. In the centre, between the roll bars, there’s a walk-through for easy access on to the deck when you’re pushing the boat into the water. In the walk-through floor they have included a spacious livebait well with a window in the front. Inside both the roll bars there’s a bait board that is comfortable to use for cutting bait and gives you a place to leave your pliers and knife without worrying that they will fall into the ocean.