62ft/18.9m Trad Style 2005
Hull by S Hudson
F/O by S Hudson/Owner
Diesel heating with Rads and S/F Stove x 2
Built by the renowned boat builder Steve Hudson in 2005. She was built with a 15mm baseplate 6mm sides and a 5 and 4mm superstructure. She has a josher style open bow and a traditional stern, on her roof are two Houdini hatches, glass prism light and a pigeon box. She was last blacked in Feb 2020 and had 6 anodes fitted. She is painted in dark blue and dark red, these colours are continued inside.
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 4” (1.93m)
She is spray foam insulated and has white painted panels to the ceiling, limed oak panels on the walls above the gunwales has varnished oak panels below with accent colours of dark blue and dark red in the saloon, galley and bedroom. In the engine room the dark blue and red become the predominant colours with a very striking engine bay. The saloon and bedroom has wool carpet and karndean oak effect planks in the galley and bathroom.
From the large open well deck you descend two steps in to the saloon, which is set to free standing furniture (two upholstered armchairs), in the one corner is a Morso squirrel stove set on a tiled hearth, while the other has a floor to ceiling cupboard. There are two tall bar chairs set at the breakfast bar at the end. Light is provided by the portholes and two sets of side doors with wooden glazed inserts.
The u shaped galley has iroko worktops with a number of bespoke cupboards below some of which are painted in the dark red with a splashback being made of rustic metro red and blue tiles. There is a caprice cooker with 4 rings, oven and hob, a stainless steel sink and drainer. Under the breakfast bar is a fridge and a new washing machine. Extra light floods into the galley thanks to the Houdini hatch in the ceiling.
The bedroom comprises of a fixed double with storage under, the bulkhead is painted in dark blue and has two flexible reading lights mounted on it. At the foot of the bed is a wardrobe consisting of a hanging space with mirrored doors and number of drawers.
The bathroom is flooded with light from another Houdini hatch and has a vanity unit with hand basin, a dump though toilet with stainless steel tank and a shower with glazed door. There is a bespoke cabinet on the wall with mirrored doors.
The engine room is entered by a side door. In pride of place is a Beta Marine JD3 with declared running hours of 1285 which was last serviced in May 2022, she has a PRM 260 D2 gearbox. It has a shore line socket with a galvanic isolator it has 1 starter battery and 4 domestic AGM Batteries, all monitored by a Victron battery monitor. A 3kw Victron inverter charger supplies 240v. The cabin lighting is 12v. There is a solar installation requiring final connection with a MPPT and MT50 remote controller along with a 120w panel.
Heating and hot water is provided by a Mikuni diesel heater with 5 radiators. There is also a Morso squirrel stove in the saloon and a Premier 3kw solid fuel stove in the boatman’s cabin. Light in the engine room is provided by the pigeon box and two sets of side doors.
Painted with traditional panels, but still somehow continuing the colour theme. The boatman’s cabin offers ample extra storage, and an additional single bunk. At the rear is the solid fuel Premier stove and the controls for the engine.
2 x 13kg gas bottles, life ring, water hose with reel, Anchor, 3 exhaust Chimneys, Mooring Equipment.