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Two double:-Master cabin forward with queen island bed, hanging robe, large chest of drawers, storage lockers and plenty of shelf space, fluorescent light, LED lights and cabin fan. Guest cabin to port with double bunk, hanging robe, two drawers under bunk and ample shelf space. Copious under bunk storage also.  



Opposite the guest cabin with long vanity and S/S basin backed by sliding door cupboards. Drawers and cupboards are also under the vanity top. The VacuFlush toilet and shower cubicle are behind a smoked glass-paneled bi-fold door. A fold down teak seat over the toilet pedestal makes showering in a seaway very easy and safe. H & C pressure water to both vanity basin and shower.        

Chart Room:            


Aft of the head to starboard is a small room with padded seat, chart table, (lid lifts for chart storage),  shelf storage and HF Radio. A range of electronics is mounted on the bulkhead behind the chart table. 



Opposite the chart room to port, the galley features the 6 cft Sharp fridge/freezer with cupboard  over, three burner Force 10 gas stove with oven and griller, crockery storage, extensive pantry cupboards, double bowl S/S sink with both H & C Mixer tap and separate faucet for filtered drinking water. Behind the galley is a large serving bench.

Pilot House:          


Four steps lead from the galley up to the pilot house. The starboard side is occupied by the helm station, chest type eutectic fridge or freezer under the helm seat and a bank of eight drawers. These are designed specifically for easy access to tools and essential small equipment such as shackles, screws, electrical fittings, insulation tape, etc.            


 The port side contains L shaped padded bench seating and upholstered walls around a single- pedestal polished timber dining table. Under the bench seats is voluminous storage space. The dining table can be lifted away and two large lifting floor panels give easy access to the engine  room.      



Solid polished timber floors and lots of polished timber panelling, together with 192 cm headroom throughout, provide a welcoming and comfortable living environment.  




A locking, forward facing "Skylight Type" aluminium framed hatch over the master cabin is complemented by ten screened portlights and a sliding "Sun Roof" in the pilot house. The pilot  house windows were replaced last year with the addition of four weather-proof sliders all of which are screened except that adjacent to the helm seat. The full length teak and glass door to the cockpit is also fitted with a roll down insect screen.

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