A popular cruiser with a spacious cockpit, full cockpit tent and plenty of seating, with a bespoke helm seat for an all round better viewing position when cruising. Co-helm seat converts into a lounger.
This vessel would be great fun at sea, for day and weekend trips or equally at home cruising the non tidal River Thames.
Boatshowrooms of Harleyford
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From Forward - Double V Berth, with two ventilation hatches and an overhead escape hatch. Two reading lights and JVC speakers.Privacy curtain to close off from main cabin.
Easy access to anchor locker. Large storage area under the V Berth.
To Port - Galley with two ring Ovigo 4300 E burner, Elektro & Helvos microwave, Norcold fridge and small freezer, sink and ample storage.
Hanging mirrored wardrobe.
To Starboard - Dinette which converts into a small double, with storage under the seats.
Heads with whale hot/cold taps and hose showerhead, Jabsco hand flush toilet and holding tank, basin and storage.
Aft - Double cabin with two reading lights, hatch with fly net and two big storage cupboards.
Two steps up to cockpit, with control panel concealed in cupboard to the right. Barometer and clock, along with blaupunkt stereo, mounted to cupboard door.
Cabin locks with padlock.
Bespoke helm seat for better view when helming. Co-helm seat converts into lounger. Spacious cockpit with full cockpit tent. Radar arch with SL70 Raymarine Radar and RC435 GPS Raymarine Chartplotter available. VHF radio, compass, echosounder
Gate access to bathing platform. Transom shower.
Viking liferaft attached to transom.
Engines & outdrives serviced August 2016. Only two owners.
The company normally only acts as a broker for the Vendor who, unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute as a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate, and at his own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey.