new model supercedes our well-bred Trawler-47 and provides much
more spacious accommodation and a separate wheel-house at main
deck level, all within similar overall dimensions.
There is splendid 180 degree vision from the helmsman's position
in the wheelhouse, sideways vision being enhanced by the use of
curved corner windows to reduce blind spots caused by
pillars. Duplicated steering, engine controls and
instrumentation are, of course, provided on the flying bridge.
A settee, with lockers below, is built-in on the fore deck ahead
of the wheel-house. Abaft the deckhouse is a covered aft
deck lounge space.
The below deck accommodation comprises a two-berth forward cabin
and a large full-width guest state room with queen's sized double
bed together with a common shower/toilet room. The full
head-room engine room divides the forward accommodation from the
Owner's stateroom aft, which also has a queen's sized double bed
and an attached private shower/toilet room.
There is an abundance of teak and teak faced furniture, cabinetry,
paneling and teak parquet flooring. Outside, the main and
flying bridge decks are fully teak sheathed.
The hull is a solid, hand laid-up G.R.P. molding, sandwich
construction being used for the decks and superstructure.
All scantlings in excess of Lloyds' requirements.