NB Hawk Owl


NB  Hawk Owl 50ft (15.24m)

 BSS to Dec 2022


Originally built in 1989 of 10/6/4 steel by Gary Gorton she measured just 38ft, under the ownership of her current owners she was extended to 50ft in 2005. She was last repainted in 2010 and is in a Green, Red and cream colour scheme, she was lasted blacked in August 2022 and has 6 anodes which were fitted in 2018.

Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 3” (1.92m)


She is insulated with rockwool, and lined in tongue and groove pine and plywood, much of which has been painted. The floor is laid to vinyl and carpet.

GALLEY (9ft 6″/2.9m):

Entrance from the stern deck is down 3 wide storage steps containing the mooring equipment and the kitchen bin. and in to a saloon/galley area. There are two banquet seats to either side, followed by a compact galley. Consisting of a sink with drainer to one side with cupboard and fridge under, on the other is the cooker with a small area of workbench. There is plenty of light from the tow windows and the Houdini hatch

BATHROOM (6ft/1.85m x 3ft6″/1.1m):

Accessed by a folding door is the bathroom there is a vanity unit in the corner with basin above and storage below, there is a free standing Porta Potti with spare cassette and a shower cubicle with curtain.

SALOON/ BEDROOM (19ft/5.8m):

The salon has an open and airy feel, the solid fuel Firefox stove is mounted on a tiled hearth, the main area is set to free standing furniture, comprising of two chairs and a folding table with 4 chairs. Beyond is a cross bed, which in the day is folded away to create a daybed.

As you exit the boat there are two wardrobes and a cool storage cleverly hidden under the front bow.


Under the rear deck is housed a beta 38 (2011) with a hospital silencer and PRM 150 gearbox which was new in 2011 along with the Aqua drive.  It has twin alternators providing power for the starter battery and 2 domestic batteries. There is a landline connection and a battery charger there is also a small portable solar panel as well.

Hot water is provided by an on demand gas boiler and heating from the solid fuel stove.


2 x13 kg gas bottles, fire extinguishers and fire blanket, mooring equipment, anchor, life ring, Water hose with reel. Ash caddy, small portable solar panel.




50ft (15.24m) Cruiser Style 1989
Hull by Gary Gorton,
stretched in 2005 2/4 berth




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