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Richardsons Cruisers Stalham
13.31 x 3.66m (44 ft. x 12 ft.). Sleeps 6 Hoseasons

All boats at Swancraft have:

Bow thruster for ease of handling
240v system
Vacuum cleaner
Duvets and bed linen
Colour TV & DVD
Hair dryer
12v charger point for mobiles etc (own lead required)
Windscreen wipers
Sailing and row dinghies available for hire
No cats allowed
Please note that none of the boats operated by Swancraft will provide electrical power to enable a nebuliser or any other electrical appliance needed for medical reasons to be used on board.

Swan Regal also features: 

Pupit rail at bow.
Boarding platform with light at rear.
14" TV/DVD
Central heating with radiators in all cabins, saloons and bathrooms.
2 shower/WCs.
Beautifully functional galley with integrated cooker.
Elevated stateroom with soft furnishings and sliding canopy.
Engine at rear for quieter cruising.
Full size refrigerator.
Start day: Saturday

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05 May 2014
I can only echo everything davedownunder has said in his review Swancraft continue to be one of the better yards on the broads, the service attention to detail and quality of there craft are a credit to them, as is the state of the yard probably one of the best kept on the broads Swan Regal is a quality boat from a quality yard
15 Sep 2008
This is a very nice boat. I would give her a 9 1/2 out of 10. Two very small criticsm's. When the canopy is closed, and you are sitting at the helm you have to crouch a little as your head touches the roof, and I am only 170cm tall, or 5' 7" in the old language. The cabin amidship is too small. If you have it as 2 singles the locker covers almost half of the bed, making it rather cramped, only 1 person at a time could get dressed in this cabin. The forward cabin is the largest on board, with the one at the back being a reasonable size. The other surprise was the canopy is manual, not electric, not that I am complaining. Who ever decided to put the engine in the back compartment should be blessed, made for quiet running, a very nice touch, also no engine checks required. Look but do not touch we were told by Tony. As with other boats with bowthusters it made it very easy to manouvre, despite the length. The forward bathroom is the larger of the 2, but the rear one is ok. The showers are just like at home, pleanty of free flowing water, the toilets are electric, again using plenty of water, not sure if it woke people up when flushed during the night, they do make a little noise. Make sure you fill up the water daily, as the toilets, and shower's do make it a thirsty boat on water usage Kitchen well laid out. the use of downlights through out the boat was very good We used around 130 litres of diesel in two weeks which I thought was very reasonable
Edited by daviddownunder 15 09 2008

Edited by daviddownunder 03 05 2010

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