Starlight 770 - Go West
Fantastic Modern Day Boat with Overnight Facilities. In New Condition.
First Private Version of the Starlight 770, built by Herbert Woods and designed by Andrew Wolstenholme.
The beautiful bespoke interior has a teak and holly laminate flooring which compliments the 'Modena' suedette upholstery, the seating is for up to 8 passengers and can be turned into a double berth for overnight stays.
With a twin sliding canopy over the saloon and a door to a well at the front, all passengers can enjoy whatever the weather and scenery dictates, together.
The galley consists of a stainless steel, combined two hob gas burner and sink with hot and cold water, a 12v electric fridge and cupboards are under the worktop.
There is a separate toilet and shower compartment with pump out toilet with holding tank, vanity basin and shower.
Equipped with lots of extras, including shore power, warm air heating, lovely woodwork, fittings and upholstery all crafted by Herbert Woods' skilled boat builders, engineers and upholsterers .
Go West has a Boat Safety Scheme Certificate valid until New boat not required until 2019.
|Boat Safety Scheme Certificate valid until New boat not required until 2019|
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