Flying High is packed with lots of extras making her the perfect med boat. Great flybridge cruiser with lots of entertaining space aboard inside and outside. Beautiful high gloss cherry wood finish and leather upholstery shows her true quality.
Viewing available 7 days a week.
4 berths in 2 cabins. Stepping aboard via bathing platform and through the transom door to port side there is a bench seat across the stern with storage under, a passarelle to bathing platform for boarding stern to in UK or Med moorings and a lazarette with storage and access to generator. Up flybridge steps on port side the flybridge consists of a large circular seating. Area and around the back of the flybridge there is a table that drops down to form sun pad area. Three single helm seats facing forwards On entering the main cabin via sliding patio door, there is a large L-shape leather saloon seating with fold out butterfly table, storage under seating and over on the port side are three large lockers and a drinks and TV cabinet. The saloon fridge and ice maker run along port side with the helm to starboard side with full engine controls. Down two steps and the galley is on the port side with twin sinks, microwave oven and two burner electric hob. Moving forwards the mid cabin is to starboard side with twin berths, storage wardrobe and access door to toilet compartment. Over to port side lies the day heads with toilet and shower with a door for access to forward cabin. Forwards into the main master cabin there is a large island bed with two drawers underneath and symmetrical wardrobes and shelf storage. To port is the en-suite toilet and shower room.
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