|You can sleep on board your boat, daytime settees convert into convenient and comfortable upper and lower berths. Sleeping bags or sheets, blankets and pillows are all you need to bring. You are as snug as you could possibly be in your own little ship. The galley has everything you need, cutlery, crockery, cooking utensils, 2 burner propane stove, fresh water, sink and ice box. Electric lights are standard in cabins and all boats have an extension cord that may be plugged in when you stay at Marinas so that you may take advantage of shore power, and use the more powerful lights and appliances. There is ample storage in lockers and under berths for your clothes and personal gear. The galleys have large lockers and ice boxes for food.|
Every AYLING cruiser has the following equipment aboard.
A detailed inventory of equipment is provided with your boat so that you may check everything.
|Anchor and Line||Propane Cook-Stove||Ice Box|
|Boat Fenders||Crockery||Life Jackets|
|Boat Hook||Cutlery||Mooring Lines|
|Chain Grabs||Electric Lights||Navigation Lights|
|Cockpit Canvas Curtains||Fire Extinguishers||Rideau Charts|
|Cooking Utensils||Horns||110v Shore Plug|
|If you plan to stay most nights at Marinas why not bring your own toaster, kettle or electric fry pan? Gas, water, ice and fuel for the stove are all aboard when you take over your boat. Fresh supplies may be obtained at many points along the way. Food and your own bedding, towels, etc., are of course not included in the hire charge... nor is the fuel for the engine.|