Another perfect example of the highly sought-after Hampton range. This cruiser was built in 1975 and runs on a very quiet Perkins diesel engine with a shaft drive.
- Warm Air Heating
- Electric Flush Toilet
- Reversing Camera
- Shore Power
About this Boat
This is the ideal Broads cruiser as she can accommodate up to 4 people and will get under all of the bridges, having an air draft of just 6ft 6”.
She has a spacious saloon with L shaped seating that will convert into a double berth. The helm seat is very comfortable to ensure that you have a relaxing trip and there are plenty of cupboards for storage. She has diesel heating on board so there will be no issue using her in the winter!
The galley is well equipped having a cooker with two hobs and a grill, a stainless-steel sink with a drainer and a 12V fridge. There are cupboards alongside for plenty of extra storage.
The separate toilet and shower room is opposite the galley and has an electric marine toilet with push-button operation and a holding tank. The shower has hot and cold water and there is a sink underneath.
The aft cabin has a double berth with blinds on the windows, there are drawers opposite the bed for added storage. The transom at the back has been cut out for easier access on and off the boat.
If you are just starting your boating journey this will perfect for you as you get the added benefits of shore power and you also have a reversing camera fitted to make mooring easier for you.
This boat is excellent value for money and is at a very affordable price.
Kingfisher Blue has a Boat Safety Scheme Certificate valid until 2023.
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