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    Llamedos
    Broads cruiser

    Price:
    £36,950
    Boat Details
     
    2 Berths
     
    1 Bathroom
    Description:

    Available to view at Roydon Marina Village

    Length/Boat Style: 42’ x 12’ Broads cruiser
    Year Built:
    1981
    Hull By/ Fit out by:
    Aquafibre
    Layout stern to bow:
    Rear deck – Living room – Kitchen – Mid deck – Toilet/shower - Bedroom
    Engine and gearbox:
    2.5 BMC Diesel inboard
    Engine hrs/Last Service:
    9011
    Berths:
    2
    Boat Safety Certificate:
    4 Years
    Inspection hatch location: 2 Living room - 1 Bedroom
    Toilet:
    Pump out
    Internal Cabin Height: 6'3"
    Insulation:
    25mm
    Bowthruster:
    None
    Batteries: 1 x Starter – 3 x Leisure
    Electric Supply:
    230v Sockets throughout – 2 Way RCD protected fuse board
    Hot Water Supply:
    Calorifier under mid deck floor
    Cabin Heating:
    Webasto warm air - Stove
    Central Heating:
    Webasto warm air
    Gas Cylinders No & type: 2 x 13kg

    Galley
    Gas cooker – Fridge freezer – 8 Cupboards – Drawer unit – Stainless steel sink

    Lounge
    Double sofa - TV

    Master Bedroom

    5’ Bed – LED lights under Gunwales

    Bathroom
    Electric toilet – Sink on vanity unit – Heated towel rail – Grey walls with dark grey tiles – Separate shower

    Additional Info:
    Water Tank capacity: 2 x 40 Gallons
    Pump out location: Under mid deck floor
    Outstanding faults/issues: Alternator not charging – Motorised hood works but needs new switch/relay

    This is a positive earth boat – Bilge pump under living room floor – Pump out tank has own pump to pump into cassette



    Disclaimer

    Disclaimer: Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these specifications, no guarantee is given or implied as to their accuracy. These particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. Lakeland Leisure Estates Ltd advises prospective purchasers to obtain an independent survey in order to satisfy themselves as to the condition of the craft from a qualified Marine Surveyor.