All Fletcher Boats For Sale
Year of Formation
The company began in the West Midlands by a man called Norman Fletcher in a model shop. He built his first boat to please himself, as, from a child, he had a love for performance and passion. From the success of this first boat, others started to ask him to built boats for them. This was in the 1950s, and over the next 10 years, Fletcher became the largest producer outside of America. Fletcher is described as the Alan Sugar of his day, and he was motivated to produce the best quality boat. He invested in the latest technology and research to produce new innovative boats. At every boat show around this time, a new Fletcher boat was shown, and there was no shortage of desire for a Fletcher boat.
In 1973 a few Fletchers Glastron’s were used in the James Bond movie Live and Let Die. This is enough to make anyone want to own a Fletcher.
In the late 80, the company was sold to the Hornby Group. Norman Fletcher left the company, and unfortunately, his passion and drive for the company left too. A lot of changes began to happen, and the budget was cut. Fletcher became a moulder for Avon Inflatables and Sunseeker, as well as producing mudguards for ERF Trucks. By early 2000 the Fletcher range was expanded, and they were producing boats from 14” to 25”.
Fletcher 25 GTS
This Sportscruiser Fletcher boat has a stunning white GPR hull with a dark blue hull band. It comfortably sleeps four in two cabins. It has a large saloon that has U shaped seating that converts into a double. The gallery area has a single burner, stainless steel sink, 12v fridge combined with lots of storage space. This Fletcher boat also has a toilet and hand basin with a shower. Also, this boat consists of a large sunbathing area with a large rear seating area. This Fletcher boat combines quality with great performance and style. It has a MerCruiser engine with a cruising speed of 20 knots and a maximum speed of 35 knots. This Fletcher boat is the perfect all-rounder for any sporting family.