The Rodman 1170 is a practical and sturdy, twin diesel, shaft drive cruising boat. Pablo is the hard top version with the added versatility of a low air draft for inland waterways work coupled with the renowned sea keeping of the Rodman range.
Pablo was built by Rodman and commissioned in May 2014. She has run less than 300 hours has been well maintained.
White GRP hull with chines and sprayrails with alloy and inset rubber rubbing strake and blue boot top lines. White GRP deck and superstructure with moulded in non slip. Twin rudders with hydraulic steering to wheel. Deep self draining aft cockpit with stainless steel handrails. White GRP bathing platform with stainless steel folding and extending bathing ladder. Structural internal GRP internal grid. Light Oak joinery throughout with teak and holly floorboards in saloon and carpet in cabins.
2 x Volvo D6 330hp diesel engines. Reversing reduction gearboxes with single lever controls. Shaft drive (new shafts in 2017). 4 bladed fixed pitch propellors. Closed circuit cooling with heat exchangers and wet exhausts. Engines fitted in a sound deadened compartment beneath the saloon. Ignition panel with warning lights and guages.
95kgf upgraded bowthruster
95kgf upgraded stern thruster
Volvo QL trim tabs
Fuel – 807 litres
Water – 180 litres
Holding Tank – 88 litres with sea and deck discharge.
12v system – 12v distribution panel. Isolator switches. 2 x 148ah engine start batteries. 2 x 148ah Domestic batteries. Dedicatedbow thruster batteries. Dedicated stern thruster battery.Charged by engine alternator. 12v interior and navigation lights. 12v outlet. 12v windscreen wipers.
240v system –Shorepower lead to RCCB. 240v distribution panel. Battery charger, 240v outlets and 240v hot water immersion heater.
6 Berths in 2 cabins and saloon with conversion kit
Webasto diesel fired cabin heating throughout including cockpit outlet and screen demisters
Upgraded light Oak interior joinery
Upgraded teak and holly floorboards in saloon.
Forward cabin – Large double island berth. Stowage in 2 hanging wardrobes and under berth. Opening deck hatch and opening ports for ventilation.
Heads compartment –To port with electric sea toilet, shower, basin and stowage
Bunk cabin – to starboard with 2 x full size bunks, cupboard with shelving and opening port.
Saloon – Helm station to port with ignition panel, navigation equipment, thruster and engine controls. Tilting helm seat (to enlarge galley space). C-shaped seating to starboard with dining table, converts to double berth. 12v TV point and aerial. Pioneer radio cd player. Clock, barometer, thermometer. Galley to port with twin sinks, 2 burner gas hob, gas oven and grill, 12v fridge.
Radar mounted on Radar arch (with various other aerials)
7012 GPS plotter
751 display for aft camera
GSD 22 Fishfinder
AIS 600 Transponder
GHP 20 Autopilot
Aft Facing camera
Multi with depth, log and speedo.
Magnetic helmsman’s compass
Manual bilge pump. 3 x electric bilge pump.
Liferaft (needs servicing.)
KIM M.O.B. sling.
Stainless steel bow rail, guard rail and raised rails around cockpit. Bow, stern and spring mooring cleats. Fender holders. 5 retractable rope holders in cockpit. Electric windlass. Stainless steel bathing ladder. Ladder to superstructure roof for access to radar arch. Mooring warps and fenders.Anchor chain (60 metres), anchor. Cockpit sink. Cockpit shower. Fish locker. Full cockpit enclosure. Separate cockpit bimini. Canvas covers for wheelhouse windows. Folding cockpit seats with cushions. Deckwash. Remote controlled searchlight.
The Rodman 1170 is a well regarded “Peche-promenade” (fisher/cruiser) with good accomodation, rugged looks and renowned sea keeping.
“Pablo” is the hard top version with the added versatility of a lower air draft and therefore accessability to further reaches of inland waterways. “Pablo” appears to have been well maintained and is only for sale as the owner is looking at something large.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.