Bahama 42ft

With the success of the 4 and 6 berth versions in 1972 a much needed 8 berth was to make it's debut.

With all the hallmarks of the Caribbean her big sister had a few variations to make way for a third sleeping cabin. The two toilets were located at the side of the main gangway and to accommodate the larger crew the saloon had fixed seating, doubling as single berths at night.

The Bahama was also right hand drive, not totally unique but the other most popular Wilds craft had all been left hand drive.

Typical layout:

Bahama saloon, mid 70s

Inside a Bahama still on hire, 2007

Inside a Bahama still on hire, 2007

Bahama saloon, mid 70s

Bahama F36 , still providing Norfolk Broads holidays after 35 years! June 2007

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