Type - Winged fin keel, Fractional Sloop
Braveheart is a very capable offshore racer/cruiser with some notable cross channel and local race titles under her belt.
She was built in time for the 1989 London boat show to advertise her staring roll in the hit TV show Howard’s Way.
Once aboard you will step into her spacious cockpit, a wonderful place to relax in the sunshine or lie down with a great book and a glass of something cool to drink... or to eat alfresco.
Three steps take you down to her open-plan saloon. She has just been newly upholstered and refreshed.
Immediately on your left is the small but ample L-shaped galley with everything you’ll need for your stay, there’s a fridge too so all your edibles stay nice and fresh.
The sitting / dining area is U-shaped and long enough to stretch out to watch TV or a great film on the DVD player.
There is a double berth (cabin) beneath the cockpit. In common with a lot of boats head height is a little restricted and it does take some dexterity to climb in, but it’s very comfortable once you’ve settled down. However if you do find it a bit too ‘cosy’, the saloon seats double as two single berths and you can request bedding for these if you prefer.
Braveheart’s bathroom (heads) are on the opposite side of the steps down. She has a small wash basin with pumped cold water and a sea toilet. There’s more storage too for coats and bags.