The interior design is down to a man called Pierre Frutschi. He was on fire the day he came up with the layout, and the result is a comfortable, functional, practical 6-berth cruiser with excellent storage. The saloon is an extension of the cockpit thanks to the triple sliding glazed door. This opens up the saloon and lets lots of light and air into the boat. The saloon table is not fixed and can be utilised in or out of the cockpit. The internal extending leave and the use of folding director style chairs are ideal for both planned or impromptu dinner parties. The saloon settee, a good reason to buy this boat on its own, is a double bed and can accommodate the unexpected guest who has perhaps had a bit much wine. A pop on privacy curtain separates this area from the rest of the boat to ensure privacy. Flat screen tv in saloon opposite settee.
There is a large galley to port with plentiful work surfaces and deep cupboard storage. Double stainless steel sink with hot and cold water mixer tap. 2-burner gas hob with a gas oven built in below, Perishables are stored in a 130Lt front opening fridge incorporated into the helm seat.
Opposite the galley is the helm position with double sliding helm seat and sliding door to starboard walkway.
Two steps down to the main accommodation area. To port is the guest cabin with 6'1" headroom and 6'1" bunk beds. This is a great cabin, and those with a young family or grand kids will love it. It is also a good storage area and has good cupboard storage. Ventilation is from an opening deck hatch and portholes.
Opposite the guest room is the large heads compartment. There is an electric flush marine toilet with holding tank, Sink with cupboards above and below, mirror and a separate shower faucet on a bracket. The shower curtain covers all the wood minimising wipe up and damage. Automatic shower pump out. Opening ports and deck hatch for ventilation.
In the bow is the large owner's cabin. This features a double berth with his and hers bedside lockers. Additional storage from a full depth wardrobe to starboard and a deep shelving unit to port. Additional storage beneath the berth. Flat screen tv opposite the berth.
All cabins have marine mattresses resistant to damp and mould. Each cabin is fitted with deck head and reading lights.
The boat is kept warm and dry thanks to the Webasto hot air system.
GRP and balsa, semi-displacement hull with white high gloss topsides.
Underwater hull antifouled in October 2018 and topsides polished.
Large self-bailing cockpit with cavernous locker storage and door to a teak laid platform.
Wide side deck on starboard side with sliding access door to lower helm and midships door to the pontoon.
Raised foredeck with removable sun pad cushions and hatch to the fore cabin.
Large capacity anchor locker with teak laid lids and electric windlass.
Raised side deck on the port side to increase cupboard capacity in saloon and galley.
Stainless steel ladder with teak treads leads to flybridge. Closing flybridge access hatch.
Upper helm position to starboard with swivel bucket seat. Helm with full engine and nav instrumentation.
L-Shaped seating to port with removable upholstered cushions and backrests in easy-clean vinyl.
Teak table with pedestal.
Aluminium instrument mast with a boom. Block and tackle lifting gear for dinghy and dinghy storage area.
Canvas helm cover with matching dodgers and flybridge bimini.
Engine & Electrics:
Vessel powered by an extremely economical and reliable Cummins QSB5, 6-cylinder, diesel workhorse.
The 425hp, fresh water cooled through a heat exchanger unit has only completed 187 hours (12-10-18).
ZF Hurth reduction gearbox driving stainless steel shaft and 5-bladed bronze propeller.
Easy to manoeuvre thanks to bow and stern thrusters.
Engine housed in a soundproofed compartment beneath the saloon. Easy access for servicing and daily checks.
Lower helm has adjustable double helm seat with floor step and bolster position.
Adjacent to helm is sliding door making berthing when alone very easy indeed.
Excellent visibility from the lower helm with 3 piece glass windscreen.
Hot air demisters, windscreen wipers with screen wash function assist with visibility.
Bank of 8X12V batteries providing engine start, domestic and bow/stern thruster power.
These are recharged vis engine alternator or onboard battery charger.
12/220V panel with breakers and individual switches at helm stations. Shore power.
A well-equipped yacht designed for distance cruising.
Raymarine 120 touchscreen plotter at lower helm
Raymarine 90 touchscreen plotter at upper helm
Raymarine ST70 Autopilot controls at both helms
Raymarine Radar -2016
Standard Horizon DSC VHF - 2016
AIS receiver- 2016
Plastimo compasses at both helms
1000W electric windlass - operable both helms
16kg CQR anchor with chain and warp
Outboard engine bracket
Electric and manual bilge pumps
Aft cockpit enclosure
Forward sunbathing mattresses
Plastimo cannister liferaft with cradle
Two off life jackets
Automatic and manual fire extinguishers
Shore power cable
Cutlery and crockery
Samsung TV in the saloon
Phillips TV in the forward cabin