Designed and built exclusively for Carrickcraft to cruise the Irish waterways, the Kilkenny is a superb dual helm cruiser.
Kilkenny Class Description
• Dimensions: 10.4m x 3.8m (34ft x 12.6ft)
• 2 cabins, both with 2 single beds convertible to a double and a convertible double bed in the saloon.
• Impressive and spacious Saloon and Galley.
• Low decks ensure easy access.
• Sundeck at Upper Helm.
• Fitted with long-range fuel tanks for up to 3 weeks cruising.
Learn Before you Cruise
About the Kilkenny Class
Designed and built exclusively for Carrickcraft, this wide-beam craft offers the very best in four berth cruising, perfect for two couples or a family of four.
Easily handled and with a bright, airy feel, this is one of our most popular boats.
The main features include a superbly fitted galley and an upper flying deck area with dual steering and a seating area.
Both the forward and aft sleeping cabins have two single berths converting to a double bed if required. Each cabin has its own toilet, shower and wash hand basin.
There is a large and comfortable saloon, with seating converting to an additional double bed if required. The Kilkenny Class is fitted with long-range fuel tanks, which take sufficient fuel for up to three week’s cruising.
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All electrical services on board eg water, lighting, radio, showers etc. are powered from batteries which are charged from the engine (12V).
We can provide an invertor for small electrical items like mobile phone chargers. Any other electrical items can only be used when moored using shore power. See each boat description for which boats have shore power.