- Boat Location: Regent's Canal, London
- Postcode: NW1 0SG
- Boat Type: Cruiser Stern
- Boat Built By: The Boat Company
- Year Built: 1996
- Length: 72 feet
- Width: 6 feet 10 inches
- Draft: 2 feet 6 inches
- Mooring Available: Yes
- Fitted out by: Myself
- Number Of Berths: 6
- Listed: 04/10/2015 10:12 pm
- Expires: 2933 days, 18 hours
Heating & Hot Water (Stove Type, Multi Fuel, Oil or Diesel, Gas, Calorifier, Central Heating, Water Tank Capacity)
Morso Squirrel 4kw solid fuel stove.
Mikuni for central heating and hot water
Water tank capacity 150 gallons
Galley Utilities (Cooker, Fridge, Microwave, Washing Machine etc)
Gas cooker with 4 ring hob, grill and oven.
Bathroom (Toilet Type, Bath, Shower, Wash Basin)
Pump out toilet, shower over bath, wash basin and radiator.
Power (12 Volt, 240 Volt, Leisure/Starter Batteries, Inverter, Generator, Solar Panels, Wind Turbine)
12 volt and 240 volt land line.
1 starter battery and 6 leisure batteries.
2 x 250 watt solar panels.
Victron Energy Phoenix MultiPlus 12/2500/120 inverter/charger.
5.5 kW diesel generator.
BSS Certificate, Recent Surveys, Hull Last Blacked, Anodes
BSS certificate until August 2019
Last survey July 2015
Hull last blacked July 2015
Engine Type, Number of Cylinders, Gearbox Make, Water, Air or Keel Cooled, Bow Thruster, Diesel Tank Capacity
The engine is a beta 1505 with 4 cylinders.
PRM gearbox (hydraulic)
Diesel tank capacity 65 gallons.
Steel/Plating Specifications, Hull Type (Flat, V or Keeled)
This is flat hulled.
Insulation (Spray Foam, Sheet Insulation, Rock Wool)
Spray foam insulated.
Miscellaneous (Bow Thrusters, Side Hatches, Cratch Cover, Stern Cover etc)
2 x side hatches.
New cratch cover.
Stern cover only 10 months old.
This narrowboat is in good condition and doesn’t need much work doing to it.
Engine wise, it’s perfect and starts first time every time, even in very cold weather. The inside is clean and everything is in good condition.
Outside, it could do with a lick of paint, no rust issues but paint is flaking in quite few places, nothing major that a bit of sanding and fresh painting wouldn’t sort out.
All heating and power systems work as they should with no issues.
Mooring is available via discussion with the marina owners, they’re happy for the new owner of the boat to take over the current mooring.
Etc etc etc.
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