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Geraardsbergen (BE) Oost-Vlaanderen Belgium|
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The asking price is the starting amount of the online auction. Bid until 30 December on www.bootveiling.com
The Flying Fox has been used by its owner for several trips on Europe's waterways over the past 14 years. The longest one-way trip was over the North Sea from Breskens to Lowerstoft, about 11 hours in length. Furthermore, it has been almost everywhere in the area between Utrecht (Netherlands) in the north to Pont-a-Bar (France) in the south and west of this line from Honfleur (France) up via Eastbourne and London to Lowerstoft (United Kingdom).
The boat has always offered the owner comfort in all weather conditions ranging from snow to hail and in heavy rains, but also during very hot weather. Even during erratic sea conditions of no wind and a flat sea up to wind force 5 to 6 Bft with wind gusts of 7 Bft and 3 meter high waves in the Channel.
The Beachcraft 48 is a very spacious ship that could also be used for permanent living. There is a good stove in it that can easily provide the boat with heat. The seating area is very cosy and pleasant to stay in. From this place you can also send in. It is also possible to steer outside with nice weather. Now the hood is on so you can keep the heat inside. There are roof hatches that open easily to let out the heat when the weather is nice.
In the front of the point 2 people can sleep well. and in the back of the boat is a very spacious double bed with bathroom and toilet facilities. The boat has a spacious kitchen and large dining area where the whole family can eat.
The engines run very well and are always well maintained. Since the engines have been referenced, they haven't been running for many hours. 1st engine 350 hours and 2nd engine 400 hours.
A pleasant boat that can sail long distances with ease and where you can stay longer.
Maintenance of the underwater hull has always been carried out by the Royal Yacht Club in Brussels.
The viewing day is on Saturday 21 December between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Geraardsbergen (BE).
Engine, electrics, water
Engine hours: 1st engine 350 hours after overhaul & 2nd engine 400 hours after overhaul
Port engine 400 hours since rebuild (2011) and SB engine 350 hours since top overhaul
Swimming platform: 1x4 meter
|Length over all:||14.7m|