45ft (13.72m) Trad Style 2001
Hull by Piper
Fit Out by J Houldsworth
S/F Stove with back boiler and radiators.
Built in 2001 by Piper Boats this 45ft trad was last painted in green and grey in 2019 and blacked in 2016 with 4 anodes fitted. She underwent a survey in 2017 prior to her current owners purchase.
She has a 400l water tank and a 250l diesel tank.
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 3” (1.92m)
Insulated with rockwool and lined out in ply with hard wood trim, she has a solid oak floor in the saloon and bedroom and a grey tiled floor in the bathroom and galley. She has plenty of windows throughout the cabin to give her a light and airy feel.
Entrance is down a wide step and in to the saloon. there are two free standing chairs and a foot stool, beyond is a small unit with a lift up table. Opposite is a puffin solid fuel stove with a back boiler (which feeds two radiators further along the boat.) it is set on a black tiled hearth with an ornate tiled surround.
The compact galley is L shaped and has a number of bespoke cupboards with a wood effect worktop, in set with a stainless steel sink and drainer, under is a fridge with fridge with icebox and a vanette GG7000 Oven and grill and a vanette 4 burner gas hob. Opposite is a cupboard and drawer, there are also a number of shelves and wall hooks for utensils.
The bathroom comprises of a thermostatic mixer shower with white tiled surround and curtain, a Thetford Porta Poti and a vanity unit with rectangular sink above. Towards the rear of the boat in the main corridor is a small cupboard with a hanging rail and storage shelves.
At the rear of the boat is a fixed double with storage under and a small wardrobe at the end, over the bed a two good sized lockers
In the engine room under the back boards is housed a BMC 1.8 with a declared running hours of 051550, she has a PRM delta gearbox with a standard grease lubricated stern gland it has 1 starter battery and 4 domestic batteries, with a solar panel for battery charging. There is a land line socket with a galvanic isolator, feeing the immersion heater and sockets in the boat.
A calorifier with immersion heater is in the bedroom
2 x 13 kg gas bottles. Solar Panel, mooring equipment, Anchor, Water hose with reel, kitchen equipment and Carpet Sweeper.