The 675 Weekend is the most compact model in the Weekend range. It’s the only one that you can still transport on a trailer. Also, its size makes it easier to find a mooring space in a marina. At the same time, it does fit 8 people and 2 can spend the night.
Navigation is easy and secure thanks to the reliable Mercury engine, hydraulic steering with SmartCraft instrumentation, and compatibility with the latest navigation technologies. That way, handling the boat and keeping it balanced is a breeze, and all boat and engine performance data are always on display.
The Quicksilver Weekend range equals comfort. Thanks to the fully equipped galley with sink, stove and refrigerator, you can have a lovely dinner with drinks in the indoors dinette or in the cockpit. In the lower deck section of the cabin, you’ll find a spacious front berth for 2 and an enclosed sea toilet with sink. Also, the optional enclosure and sun awning have you prepared for any kind of weather.
A lot of thought went into how to make the most of the available space. In the back, you just flip out the new sun lounge system without any extension pieces. Or you put the hinged back seat down, trading maximum cockpit space for room to tilt your engine out of the water.
Inside, the dinette with table can be converted into a forward-facing seating area or even into an additional berth for one. If you prefer to eat outside, you simply add a table to the cockpit setup with its L-lounge seating. That seating also has an optional sun lounge extension, and the same goes for the bow area.
Most storage space is located in the lower deck section, both below the seats of the dinette and below the double berth. That berth is also equipped with a recessed storage. If you want to keep your stuff closer at hand, there is also storage space available all around the pilot seat.