This is a very nice example of these very popular Alphacraft 42 raised centre steering boats. Originally from the Royal fleet, she has been fitted out and maintained to a high standard.
- 3 Sleeping Cabins
- 2 En-suite
- Shore Power
- Bow Thruster
About this Boat
From a well at the stern, you enter the boat into the aft saloon, this is spacious with 2 ‘L’ shaped sofas with lovely upholstery and curtains, a free standing table, tv, radio and storage, with diesel powered warm air heating.
From the saloon going forward, the well equipped galley runs along the starboard side, with cupboards and worktop above, an inset sink and drainer, a full sized cooker and 12v fridge, there is shore power and the water can be heated from the mains as well as the calorifier.
On the port side there are two lovely double bedrooms with a toilet and shower room which can be entered from either bedroom, carpets, upholstery and curtains are in good condition and good quality throughout.
Step up to the raised steering position, with seating for 4 – 6 passengers, the helm seat has good views all around there is a bow thruster and the sliding canopy has an electric winch.
The forward bedroom, has a double berth and a settee/single berth with and en-suite toilet and shower room, and plenty of stowage.
This is a very good buy if you are looking for this type of boat, it already has all of the extras that you would want to be fitted. Bow Thruster, Shore Power, Electric Winch, pump out toilets with holding tanks.
A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and to have at his/her own expense a survey carried out by a qualified surveyor to check the condition and description of the boat thoroughly prior to completing the purchase.
Deposits paid prior to the survey taking place, are non-refundable, except for when the surveyor discovers a severe material defect.
Waterside Marine Sales LLP cannot be held responsible for any fault that is found with a boat after it has been purchased.
A buyer may have redress to his or her surveyor, if the fault that is found was missed when the survey was carried out.