The latest four-berth cruiser from Haines Marine, currently in build and due to be officially launched in September, will provide boaters with even more light and fresh air than usual, thanks to the inclusion of a stylish Webasto marine roof over the saloon.

Haines SedanThe Great Yarmouth-based boat builder's new 32 Sedan can be ordered with either a Webasto Marine Roof 20 Series (a manually operated roof system), or the 60 Series electrically operated model. Both roofs feature a 15mm thick, smoked grey acrylic panel, set in a high-quality, seawater-resistant, anodised aluminium frame. Non-corrosive materials are used for all mechanical components and fly screens or sun blinds are optional. Smooth and quiet in operation, both roofs add a new dimension to fine weather cruising and can also be tilt-opened, providing ventilation even in rainy conditions.

Bob Haines, the company's Managing Director, has included Webasto marine products in his boats for many years and is confident the 32 Sedan will be particularly well received: “The 32 replaces the 31 Sedan which is one of our most popular boats ever. Designed for river and estuary cruising, the 32 will bring new levels of luxury to this size of craft and the saloon sunroof is just one example of the many thoughtful touches the new boat incorporates as standard. Although we've been installing Webasto diesel-powered interior heating systems for many years and are now including built-in fridges from Indel Webasto Marine, this is the first boat to include a Webasto roof. However, I'm so impressed with the standard of construction - and the feeling of extra space and light that the roofs bring - that we're looking to include them throughout our model range.”

The new 32 Sedan will debut at the Royal Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht Club in Lowestoft Marina from 01 to 02 September. See Haines Marine to find out more.

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