Good headroom and berth sizes in
master are repeated throughout the boat
A CLOSER LOOK WITH DAVE MARSH
LOCKERS Every single deck locker, large or small, is made in a closed mould. Far more expensive, but it produces mouldings which are perfectly finished on both sides. Powerful gas struts abound too.
FOREDECK Light floods into the forecabin through the big hatch. We’d like to see good non-slip on and around the sunbed area – as crew will still be traversing decks in the wet on a 60-footer.
The full-beam master cabin has a superbly luxurious feel and a large ensuite bathroom
VIP cabin is far roomier than picture suggests, and is
almost as good as the master
LAZARETTE Very tidy engineroom installation helped considerably by locating assorted machinery (e.g. air-con plant) in this large lazarette. Also useful for stowing loose items.
THE ENGINEROOM Positioning dual fuel filters (with clear bowls) and raw-water strainers on rear bulkhead, adjacent to steps, makes regular inspection a breeze. The 60’s relaxing noise levels are explained by lashings of silver Thinsulate, not just overhead but on tanks and bulkhead too. Simplicity disguises excellent detailing such as drain plugs on fuel tanks, fresh water tap/hose, and effective non-slip flooring. All told, a first-class installation.
Roomy crew cabin is a £10,990 option
Singles can slide together to form a double
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