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Horizon Craft Acle
9.75 x 3.66m (32 ft. x 12 ft.). Sleeps 2 Hoseasons

All your boats at Horizon Craft have:

Heating.
Duvets and bed linen provided.
Colour TV.
12v socket for mobile phones etc (12v car lead required)
Travel cots and highchairs available on request
Travel hair dryer on request
Rowing and sailing dinghies available at extra cost
Outside car parking available at extra cost 
Pearl Horizon also features:
DVD player.
Poster bed.
En-suite toilet/shower.
Carpeting.
Upholstered armchairs.
Electric fridge.
Remote control colour TV.
Warm air heating.
Suitable for early or late season cruising.

Sorry, no pets.

Start days: Friday, Saturday or Monday

Short breaks available all season (Fri or Mon starts)



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Pearl Horizon 1


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Pearl Horizon 2


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Pearl Horizon 1, May 2011


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Pearl Horizon M898


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Pearl Horizon M898


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Pearl Horizon M898


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Pearl Horizon 2 from Pearl Horizon


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Grendel
05 Sep 2010
We noticed there are two Pearl Horizons as we parked PH1 behind PH2 one night the bed is quite short at about 5'9" with the foot of the bed tucked under the side of the boat so limited foot room too (for me at 6'4" with size 14 feet most uncomfortable - we moved the mattress out into the lounge with far more legroom. other than that she is a nice enough boat, the steering seems to have a dead spot about 45 degrees wide, so to correct you have to turn to the point where you feel it bite making straight steering tricky (my wife never did get the hang of it and we would progress in a series of zigs and zags). the boat was well kitted out with decent cookware and cutlery, very good sharp cooking knives and good saucepans (even the frying pan cooked well and cleaned up easy afterward).She's a great boat for two with plenty of space (if you aren't tall like me), the shower is quite large comparatively (a wet room with shower and toilet and basin- and the PH we were on had the access to the toilet from the bed area as well as the lounge area (making a good bypass if someone was standing cooking). oh a couple of other points, there is a car cigarette lighter socket built in and the tv is a 240v one powered by an inverter so if you unplug it (shelf under TV) there is a 240V socket available for phone charging and laptop power. Grendel
Edited by Grendel 05 09 2010

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