NEW IN! Owned and loved by the same family for 16 years, this practical Broads cruiser has everything you need to start your boating journey.
- Engine Serivced 2019
- Boat Safety Scheme 2023
- Shore Power
- Diesel Warm Air Heating
About this Boat
Make the most of the beautiful Norfolk Broads in this reliable broads cruiser, she will make an excellent holiday home for a small family.
The very spacious saloon is complemented by the comfortable seating arrangement for up to 8 guests. There is a raised centre cockpit with great visibility around the boat with a sliding roof. There is a large pilot seat that will seat 2 passengers with the co-pilot seat starboard.
The galley is a generous size and has a full-sized cooker with 4 hobs, a grill, and an oven. There are plenty of cupboards, a stainless steel sink with a drainer and a full-sized 12v fridge.
She features a V-berth forward, one double convertible in the cockpit and two singles in the aft cabin.
You will find the separate shower and toilet rooms at opposite ends of the boat. In the forward toilet compartment, you will find a manual pump toilet with a holding tank and a washbasin. In the aft shower room, you will find a hip bath with shower.
Fitted with a Perkins 4107 (serviced Jan 19) with shaft drive.
Webasco 3kw diesel heater, serviced Jan 19
The Steering cable was replaced 2017, she had a new Jabsco raw water pump and 3 batteries fitted (Feb 20).
Equipped with shore power and a 240v ac to a 12-volt dc inverter for the fridge.
‘More Folly’ has a Boat Safety Scheme Certificate valid until December 2023
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.