Boat name: Midnight Rambler
Boat type: Cruiser stern
Midnight Rambler – 60ft Cruiser Stern 2011 Collingwood shell with a light and airy Orchard Marina fitout. The boat is accessed from the rear cruiser stern deck which comes with some colour co-ordinated foot lockers to the taff rail. The steering position is good and the engine under the boards is the popular Canaline 38.
Opening the rear doors and descending the cleverly designed steps which give more room to the bedroom, you immediately feel the extra headroom that the Collingwood shell gives you – 6’10” in this boat. The woodwork is a light oak finish throughout.
There is lots of storage in the boat, the bedroom having a wardrobe and lots of large drawers and cupboards.
The bathroom is next, entry via a sliding door. A lovely shaped black granite counter top with a stylish basin compliments the dark panelled quadrant shower unit. A Thetford cassette toilet with spare cassette, and heated towel rail, are housed in here also.
Through to the galley/lounge, you immediately sense the space and light in this area. The galley is formed of a black granite worktop with 4 burner hob, large sink, oven and fridge under with lots of storage. A side hatch is opposite the sink.
The galley flows through to the saloon which comes in 2 halves, a dinette which forms a drop down double and the large 3 seater settee in the front area. A privacy curtain divides the two seating areas. 18” TV with DVD, stereo and a solid fuel stove compliment the front of the saloon.
The front deck is accessed through two doors and is open with space for chairs and table if so desired.
The on board heating is a Webasto diesel fired unit driving 4 radiators, along with the Morso squirrel stove. Electrics are provided by 3 large domestic batteries powering a 1800W Sterling inverter and a separate 30a sterling charger allows landline connection charging through a galvanic isolator.
All in all Midnight Rambler – 60ft Cruiser Stern 2011 is a smart , warm and stylish boat suitable for extended holidays or living aboard. The headroom in this boat is exceptionally good for those who are taller than the average boat pole!