Highlights: These boats offer a high level of comfort and are suited for larger groups and family parties.
Both have a semi-traditional stern, so there is a reasonably large area for the rear deck, which is protected by solid sides. A semi-traditional arrangement offers some weather protection for the steerer and quite a few people are usually able to sit on the lockers/seats either side of the deck space. There is full radiator central heating, 240 volt power, a hairdryer and a 12 volt ‘cigar-lighter’ electric point for mobile phone chargers.
Saloon: Spacious saloon with a horseshoe shaped sofa with a table. Kate and Anne both have a split sliding canopy over the saloon as well. There is a TV/DVD and radio/CD in the saloon.
Galley: Fully-equipped galley with an oven and hob, fridge and freezer compartment. Sufficient saucepans, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery etc. for the number of berths. Cleaning materials including washing up liquid, bathroom and kitchen cleaner, hand wash, dish cloths, scourer, a couple of bin liners and toilet rolls.
Cabins: Three cabins. The rear cabin has two single beds, the mid and forward cabins both have permanent double beds.
Bathroom: Two full bathrooms, both with shower, flush toilet and wash basin.