“SEA FOX” is a good example of a slightly used boat. The boat has only 290 engines hours since new and was well maintained through the years. Fairline Phantom 40 is a popular two en-suite cabin boat. Its ergonomically designed saloon offers a socialising feeling to its guests and at the same time a comfortable use of its galley and easy access to the cabins. Its cosy fly bridge is equipped with fridge and barbeque making cruising and relaxing really enjoyable.
The Phantom 40 is a boat that should feature on the wish list of anyone looking for a second-hand family-friendly flybridge cruiser.
The Phantom is characterised by its spacious saloon, with big and comfortable sofas, ideal for dining and socialising. Its open plan layout works very well at creating space, flowing from the saloon to the galley. Apart from the airy saloon, there are two cabins. The front cabin is large and has a double bed and good sized shower room, which works exceptionally well. The starboard guest cabin, with the option of either en-suite or day head, has two twin beds. This cabin contains lots of storage space. Its flybridge is very roomy, with a big circular rear lounge set around a lunch table.
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