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Silverline Marine Brundall
8.84 x 3.66m (29 ft. x 12 ft.). Sleeps 2 Hoseasons

All your boats at Silverline Marine have:

Shower and fresh water flush toilet. 
Central heating.
Duvets and bed linen provided.
240v system.
All fixed berths made up on arrival, all duvets, duvet covers, pillows etc provided.
12v socket for mobile phone, etc. (visitors own 12v car leads required).
Windscreen wiper.
Electric fridge
FREE colour TV with video

Silver Myth also features: 
Bow thruster for ease of handling
Elevated cockpit with sliding canopy
Galley with breakfast bar 
Microwave, Electric Toaster & Electric Kettle
Vacuum cleaner
Fitted carpets in cabins & saloon
TV with DVD
Pets not permitted.
Start days: Saturday

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External Rear View

Cooker, oven, grill etc


Worktop,sink,fridge etc


Front Cabin Island Double bed

Front Cabin Port side






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18 Apr 2007
This is an excellent boat for a couple. Plenty of room in the rear "kitchen area" although if you dine at the breakfast table that folds up at the rear starboard corner, there isn't a lot of room between the worktop and the side of the table for a larger than normal person. The kitchen facilities are excellent, the fridge (electric) has a small freezer compartment which kept our freezer bag blocks frozen for the duration of the one week's holiday! The oven and grill are good and the four burner hob likewise. There is a good vacuum cleaner and ample storage space for food etc. Lighting is good for the evening and the supplied utensils and crockery are first class. The front cabin with the double bed is superb. There is a risk of condensation from the front windows dripping on to you but it wasn't a big problem. There is a shaver socket located on the outside of the port locker/wardrobe and a small but powerful mains hairdryer is located as a permanent fixture inside the port locker/wardrobe. Again ample storage space with a drawer also situated at the bottom end of the bed. There is an electric toilet situated to the starboard side of the front cabin. The port side of the cabin has the washroom/shower cubicle. The centre cockpit area is comfortable but there is only the helm position that is elevated. The "lounge" area is below the front screen level so forward vision is non existant unless standing up or looking over the starboard side. This boat has a radio/cassette. The T.V. has a built in video recorder. There is a scart connection at the back of the TV to which I connected our portable DVD player to enable us to watch a DVD in the evening. There is no remote control with this TV. This boat requires a daily check of the two weed filters but nothing else. The engine is quiet and there is very little vibration if any at all. The morse (throttle) lever is responsive but if you decide to step down from the helm position whilst underway (to let the other half have a go!) there is a possibility that you will catch the lever and quickly reduce your revs!!! Again not a major problem but one to be aware of. There is no fuel gauge or fresh water gauge but especially for a week's cruising - if you run out of fuel - you are doing something seriously wrong or have one hell of a leak which I think you would soon realise!! If you observe the guideline of filling up with freshwater at least once every two days you will not run out of water (well - we didn't and we showered every day and used the kitchen sink daily etc!). The cockpit canopy is on a counterbalance. There is a lever (pin) at the front of each side of the cockpit area which has to be pulled and then twisted to be locked in an "unlock" position. The split rear windows of the canopy then have to be unlocked from the canopy roof and lowered by hand. The canopy can now be pushed manually towards the rear of the boat. To raise the canopy, reverse the afore-mentioned procedure!! If you hire this boat, you will not regret it!! We had a very good week's holiday on board.
15 May 2006
Great boat for a couple, easy to handle turns on a sixpence. as alway,s with silverline boats top draw.
Edited by Geordie 15 05 2006
14 Sep 2005
Nice boat with Huge Galley. Double oven and separate hob. Massive expanse of worktop and all 240v fixtures and fittings. Only slight issue for people with bad backs etc. will be that you have to pull the roof up manually. Can need a big tug and a foot on the seat to get it to move. It is counterbalanced so once it starts to move it becomes quite easy to pull/push to the closed position. Other than that it is an ideal boat for a couple to enjoy the best of boating on the broads. large walk around double bed and the toilet is separate to the shower, so no getting caught short when your other half is rinsing down. Top boat.

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