A well-maintained example of the highly popular Hampton range. This comfortable cruiser has everything you need for cruising the Norfolk broads and will accommodate up to 4 people.
- Shore Power
- Pump Out Toilet
- Anti-foul & Engine serviced 2018
- Boat Safety Scheme 2022
About this Boat
The current owners kept her well maintained, keeping her clean and having her Antifouled in 2018
Ideal for the Norfolk Broads and will comfortably get under all of the bridges, having an air draft of just 6ft 6”.
Fitted with an economical BMC 1.5 engine with shaft drive (engine serviced in 2018).
She has a spacious saloon with L shaped seating that will slide out and convert into a double berth. The helms seat is in a cream leatherette and has cupboards beside for storage. There is a sliding roof for all weather conditions and she is equipped with gas heating for those colder days.
The galley is well equipped having a full-sized cooker, a stainless-steel sink with a drainer and a 3-way fridge. There are cupboards underneath for plenty of extra storage.
The spacious toilet and shower room is opposite the galley and has a manual pump toilet with a holding tank. The shower has hot and cold water with a washbasin beside.
The aft bedroom has a double berth and provides you with a double bed with plenty of storage with drawers and a cupboard beside the bed.
She also has the added benefit of having shore power. She has a recent survey from 2018.
Ideal for a first-time buyer or someone looking to downsize. These boats are in high demand and this is excellent value for money.
Misty has a Boat Safety Scheme valid until 23rd September 2022
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.