Thursday, 19 July 2007

Wednesday, 18 July 2007

The shot above shows the Main Saloon Looking forward from companionway. Lovely 1930s Mahogany. The Table folds out and up to 8 can dine below. The table also has a neat folding top which hides a chart store and bottle storage below. Beneath the settee berths are drawers and water tanks. Lots of sweet little cupboards and shelves make for an excellent cruising set- up. Out on the shelves above the settee berths are rolled away the full length cot berths. With two under a deck awning we have slept 8 on board comfortably!

Saloon Looking Aft with Galley Worktops folded out. Two burner grill and oven visible. Opposite is a sink with pumped fresh water. The galley works well at sea, being easily accesible to the cockpit saloon and nav gear. Single handers/ those sailing short handed will enjoy being able to control the tiller pilot, keep watch and man the gimballed stove all from the same perch!

View of forward heads from Forward double cabin. The berths are full length and wide enough to be comfortable in harbour whilst remaining good sea berths. Stowage under and in bulkhead cupboards. The heads has a deck access hatch and a whale vacuum type flushing system- the most robust and reliable on the market. Good access to chain locker forward.

Main Saloon, cot berths rolled out

View of Main Saloon with cot berths rolled out and table folded. The settee berths have lee cloths and the cot berths are full length. The saloon converts quickly to a safe and comfortable dormitory with great sea berths for four.