Alpha 35 - Oppa Doppa
Electric Canopy, Shore Power, 2 en-suite Cabins with Electric Flush Toilets.
LENGTH: 35ft BEAM: 12ft
The raised centre driving position on this boat has a pilot seat and seating for 3 passengers, the Nanni engine under this area and there is an electric sliding canopy over the seating, with great views all around. The engine was serviced in December 2018, and the boat was last anti-fouled in 2015.
Accessed from the aft door the spacious saloon has 'L' shaped seating in a nice material, this will convert into a double berth, opposite is a built in side board with TV and Radio. A fold down table is included to turn the seating into the dining area.
There is nice upholstery and warm air heating through out the boat
The galley is conveniently off the saloon with cupboards, work space, sink and drainer with hot and cold water, a 4 ring, gas full size cooker and a 3 way fridge.
Off the galley is a double cabin with an en-suite toilet, shower and wash basin.
Forward of the cockpit and galley is the master cabin, with a double and a single berth, the en-suite toilet and wash room has a sit bath, both toilets are electric flush.
Oppa Doppa has a Boat Safety Scheme Certificate valid until April 2019.
|Boat Safety Scheme Certificate valid until April 2019|
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