60ft /18.29m Trad Style 1991
Hull by Hesford Marine
New F/O by Carnzu in 2021
Diesel heating with Rads & S/F Stove
Believed to be built by Hesford Marine in 1991, She was last blacked in 2021 and has had 8 anodes fitted in 2018.
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft (1.82m)
The engine room and boatman’s cabin is fitted in the traditional way although its lack of roses and castles allows for plain elegance or for you to decorate in your own style. Forward of the engine room and you are contrasted with a modern light airy boat, with a sympathetic fit out and with a nod to the industrial look. However the head height may detract for some.
From the front bow centre door is a large saloon with two small tables set to each side. The rest of the room can accept free standing furniture while at the end is a solid fuel stove set on an attractive blue and white tiled hearth.
The galley style kitchen has a Belfast sink set on one side, the industrial look is carried on here with her custom made copper tap. On the opposite side is a black glass three burner hob with separate eye level single oven. Under the Cedar worktops are open shelves with a light blue coloured fridge and a washing machine LG. On the wall is a Cointra gas water heater for instant hot water.
The walk though bathroom again has white painted walls and ceiling with a cassette toilet a modern vanity unity with sink, again with industrial style taps and a large quadrant shower with curtain. It has an industrial style custom made shower mixer and shower head made from copper pipes. There is a large heated towel rail.
The bedroom has an extendable bed which can made in to a 5ft 6” wide bed. There is lots of storage under the bed and 2 large windows which bring in lots of light to the cabin. A small door leads through to the engine room and boatman’s cabin.
Height to cabin centre 5ft 9”
In the engine room is a Gardener 5LW from 1937 believed to have originally been bought by the Bristol Tram and Bus Company. It was last service by Tony Renshaw Vintage diesel engines in 2023. It is coupled to a PRM 160D It has a single 100amp alternator, 2 starter batteries for a 24v start, 4 domestic batteries, a land line connection with a galvanic isolator and a Victron multi plus 3 kw inverter/charger. Light is provided by the Pigeon Box and side hatch’s on both sides.
Heating on the boat is by the Eberspaecher diesel heater and 3 radiators along with the solid fuel stove.
Has all the things you would expect from a boatman’s cabin with a cross bed, drop down table and banquet seating, she has the space and the flue for a stove.
2 x 13kg, mooring equipment, cruising guides, chimney