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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         BSS to Feb 2025


“In fact, it is possibly the best Jonathan Wilson shell I have seen, with a superb level of detail, seamless welding and perfectly flat panel sides. The green gloss of the paintwork would highlight any flaws but here there are none.
Jonathan Wilson can take credit for an exceptionally well-produced shell that shows he is still at the top of his game.” — Waterways World, November 2017

Built in 2017 in the heart of British steel manufacturing Sheffield this boat has beautiful lines taken from the Cowpar working boats, the cabin roof is almost flat, a number of side doors and two recessed panels at the rear. She has dog boxes on the roof and imitation engine plate and rivets. She is painted in a green and cream livery with red accents. She was last blacked with 2 pac epoxy resin (Hempadur 45141/45143) in June of 2021.

Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 4” (1.98m)

BERTHS: 4/6 Berth, 2 x fixed double and 1 x conversion double.


This high quality boat has a light and airy feel with vented roof lights, painted walls and solid oak framing and Led down lighters and uplighters, graphite grey sockets and switches.

GALLEY (10.17ft/3.1m):

This large galley kitchen consists of a number of bespoke units painted in grey with a contrasting specked Corian worktop. Integrated in to the units are a Neff washer dryer, a Miele larder fridge, A small freezer, a full sized electric fan oven and a Miele gas 4 ring hob along with an integrated sink and drainer.

SALOON (9.8ft/3m) & (Dinette 6.8ft/2.1m):

Following on from the saloon is a pullman style dinette upholstered in a pale blue, it has storage under and an adjustable rake to the back along with a height adjustable table (electric) which lowers to form part of the bed. For light and ventilation there are a set of side doors. Moving towards the bow of the boat is then a saloon area with a number of bespoke cupboards and free standing captains chairs, in cream leather with matching foot stool. A door leads on to the first of the fixed doubles.

BEDROOM 1 (6.3ft/1.95m):

The first bedroom houses a fixed double with headboard, there are overhead and under bed storage lockers, a small shelf for storage and side door with internal glazing for extra light and ventilation. This leads on to the bathroom.

BATHROOM (6.8ft/2.1m):

The walk through bathroom has a large quadrant shower enclosed with glazed doors and a thermostatic mixer bar type shower, with a tiled surround. Opposite is a macerator toilet and a vanity unit covered with a Corian top with an inset basin and plinth lighting.

BEDROOM 2 (8.8ft/2.7m):

The bow of the boat contains the master bedroom again comprising a fixed double with headboard and storage lockers above and below, a bookshelves to the foot of the bed. It also has a wardrobe and curved cabinet intended as a dressing table with a large mirror over. Steps lead out to the front bow which contains seats and a fold down table.


Beta marine (50) cocooned engine (declared running hours 228.2) with PRM 240 gearbox, 240v Cummins Onan generator (7kw), Mastervolt inverter charger 3.5KW with Mastervolt touch control panel (Easyview 5) and a Mastershunt, shoreline power with an isolation transformer. 24v system 6 x AGM batteries, 2 starter batteries, Hydraulic bow thruster(6HP).
Bubble PJ max marine boiler believed to be 12kw with designer radiators and towel rails at appropriate places in the boat, Can be set up to be controlled by a “nest” system.
There are digital water, fuel and waste meters, a calorifier with immersion heater along with a number of storage lockers, and implement locker for mooring equipment and windlasses.


Dyson handheld vacuum. Gas bottles, Thetford Porta Potti (boxed), Mooring Equipment



70ft (21.34m) Trad Style, Reverse Layout, 2017
Hull by Tyler Wilson
F/O by Finesse
4/6 Berth
Diesel Heating with Rads


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