Roomy mid cabin salon is convenient to the galley. Ready for entertaining or just relaxing. A couple of steps down into the aft cabin find you looking at a queen size centered bed with a full head including a tub. There is a convenient large sliding hatch to the back deck adjacent to the berth. This also allows for extra ambient light and ventilation. 16000BTU Cruise Air
New Props Mar 2016. Bottom job Mar 2016. Engines serviced Aug 2016.
(4) Solar Panels 420 Watts
New Flybridge Cushions 2018
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Roomy mid cabin salon has great access to the galley a couple of steps down or to the aft, a few steps down to the aft cabin. The mid-cabin salon has a large sofa that expands into a double bed.
Going down the three steps into the aft cabin, you will be looking at a roomy queen size bed with easy walk around access on three sides. Lots of storage in the stateroom for personal items. Closet is cedar lined as are some of the bulkheads in the stateroom. There is convenient access to the full head. It is complete with a shower inside of the almost full size bathtub.
Under the bed is a 250 gal stainless steel water storage tank. This vessel was designed for far north climates and this indoor storage of water prevents the water from freezing in colder climates.
(2) New Composting Marine Heads.
16000BTU Cruise Air AC Unit
The vessel is a 12 volt DC boat with 120 volt AC power as well. It has an 8 KW Onan generator (currently In-operative) for AC power underway and at anchor and twin 30 amp shore power cords for dockside.
The DC system includes an automatic battery charging system.
Enter the salon from the port or starboard walkways. The starboard side will take you in by the helm which is just forward of the sectional sofa that make into a double bed.
Entry from the port side give you full access to the salon and fully adjustable table that sits there. Full view forward from the all around windows. The salon is roomy, airy and full of light. The air conditioner is just forward of the entry and provides ample cooling and heat for the vessel.
Forward and slightly to port from the helm you go down a couple of steps to the galley and then into the forward V-berth.
Going aft you go down a couple of steps into the roomy aft cabin stateroom.