Mackenzie 32 sedan style bay cruiser 44900

  • Reference: RBP2040
  • Year: 1975
  • Length: 32ft 9.8m

 

Mackenzie 32 foot timber bay cruiser

Great value Bay Cruiser.

Surprisingly large volume for a 32' sedan style bay cruiser with the 11' beam. Powered with a Ford Lees single diesel shaft drive giving great economy.  Featuring comfortable and spacious twin cabin accommodation with an offset port side double and fwd V-berth. The lounges in the saloon also lend themselves to being sizable single berths. An airey and open saloon with good head height and large windows to take in the views all round. A port side helm position with side door access for easy parking. A good sized bathroom and shower with hot water and electric head.  The side decks are wide and make for an easy walk around. Plenty of room in the cockpit for a table and chairs and is enclosed with camp covers. Recent upgrade of interior upholstery. The timber sedan bay cruiser presents very well for its age and has been well cared for by the owner of 18 years. A great value bay cruiser and ideal caravan on water for entertaining the family and friends. Available for inspection by appointment in Raby Bay, Brisbane.

 

 

Features and Equipment of this vessel include:

  • Ford Lees 160hp shaft drive diesel
  • Electric vertical windlass
  • Hydraulic steering
  • 2 cabins including offset side double berth
  • Walk around decks
  • Maintained by Kym Gross, professional shipwright
  • Good battery system, Xantrax charger
  • Navman GPS, VHF radio
  • Fully enclosed cockpit
  • Swim platform
  • Roomy spacious vessel
  • Inspections by appointment please

 

 
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