56ft (17.07m) Cruiser Style, 1997
Hull Colecraft & F/O by Rose Narrowboats
Originally built for the hire trade this boat has a flexible layout capable of accommodating a larger family group, painted in the red and green which a white coachline she has hopper style windows, she has a good well deck with seating and a large rear cruiser deck capable of holding several crew members.
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 2” (1.90m)
BERTHS: 6 Berth—2 x fixed single, 1 x fixed double and conversion double
She has been insulated and lined out with oak the floor is laid to wood effect lino.
: Entrance is down two steps in into the salon there are waist height cabinets on each side of the doors providing good storage and space for a tv and other items. The main saloon is laid out as and L shaped dinette which converts to a bed. There is a flexible table arrangement with two small tables with formica tops which can be joined to create a larger eating area.
Towards the end of the saloon is a set of side doors and ladder steps up.
Separated from the saloon by a half height bulkhead is the galley with a handy higher worktop area giving additional serving space. The galley has a number of bespoke units below with a blue Formica worktop over, there is a stainless steel sink and drainer a fridge and an Oven, grill and 4 burner hob. Opposite is a small cupboard with drawer and a worktop over.
The bathroom has a small shower with mixer tap and curtain a macerator toilet and basin.
Has a fixed double with a headboard and shelves with reading lights over, under the bed are a number of drawers. At the foot of the bed is a good sized hanging wardrobe, with drawers and tank under. There are doors at each end for privacy, the door towards the stern is also utilised as part of the toilet wall as two doors can be put in to place to create a small cross bathroom with vanity basin on one side and macerator toilet on the other.
Used in conjunction with the bedrooms or on its own there is a small compartment housing the macerator toilet which can be access though a door.
At the stern of this boat are a set of twin beds with headboards one side houses the pump out toilet tank and the other side has a number of drawers for storage by the rear steps is a hanging space/wet locker on one side and a wardrobe on the other along with access to the electrics and the calorifier.. This space can also be used as a double bed by the addition of a wooden panel the mattress can be turned and the space used as a cross bed.
House in a panel beyond the back wardrobe is a Master volt 1200w inverter and all the electrical switches.
Under the stern deck is an isuzu engine with gearbox. The boat is heated by an alde gas heater with radiators and low level heating.