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Faircraft Loynes Wroxham
33ft (10.06m) x 12ft (3.66m) Sleeps 2 Hoseasons

All boats at Faircraft Loynes feature:

  • 240v electricity supply
  • Colour television and DVD player
  • Radio/CD player
  • Electric fridge
  • Warm air heating
  • Duvets
  • Haidryer
  • 12v mobile phone/video 'car type' charger points

Fair Senator also features:

  • Large rear cockpit with rear steering position
  • Saloon and galley area with convertible double berth
  • Folding canopy
  • 240v mains socket
  • Microwave
  • Warm air heating
  • Will not pass under Potter Heigham bridge

Starts:  Saturday or Tuesday

Short breaks available all season

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19 Jul 2010
A lovely boat, both to look at and in the standard of the accommodation. The saloon and forward cabin are well proportioned and comfortable, the rear cockpit is great for sunbathing and eating. Attracted admiring comments throughout the holiday, most amusingly from a passer-by when moored alongside the Fair President gin-palace. There is plenty of storage space, with wardrobe space and drawers in both the saloon and cabin. The sofa in the saloon folds out into a double berth of okayish comfort depending on which side you're on. We ended up using it as the main bed and had the cabin as a walk-in wardrobe. The canopy and windscreen do need two people to raise and lower, with multiple toggle and bungee attachments. One minor design flaw means that when the canopy is laid flat you have to hop over the sides to get on and off. Therefore, not a boat for those who are not so sprightly. The side sections of the canopy can be removed, which is great for giving a sunshade while still allowing that open-air feeling. There are three 240 volt points in the cabin and proper 12 volt cigar lighter type point set into the cockpit instrument panel. Air draught: 9' 4" with canopy up, 7' 2" with canopy and windscreen lowered (would have been good to know what it is with canopy down and windscreen up).

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