40ft (12.2)m Trad Style 1988
Hull by Colecraft
Fitout by Ian Clifton
Built by Colecraft in 1988 this boat has nice lines, she is painted in Deep Brunswick green and red with cream accents. Her bow is decorated with bright colours and has a cratch board and cover over. She was last surveyed in June 2022 and was blacked in 2021, she has 4 anodes.
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 3” (1.92m)
BERTHS: 5 Berth
She has a white painted ceiling with the upper sides being done in honey pine panelling and lower sides in dark finished ply. Much of her fit out is also scumbled and decorated with traditional Roses and Castles, giving her a very traditional feel. The floor is laid to grey carpet with red lino in the kitchen and grey Karndean in the bathroom.
Entrance is through double partially glazed doors and down a step. To one side is a shelf and on the other a small cupboard and then a bench style seat. The one side continues with that style of seating whilst on the other is a S/F stove (Coalbrookdale Wenlock) set on a small tiled hearth then a low level cupboard followed by a tall cupboard housing a drop down table, there is then a cupboard configuration continuing the cross bed. The cupboards continue again with decorated doors but this time housing wardrobe space before an open set of shelves finish off the run in the galley.
The compact galley comprises of a Stainless steel sink set in a red tiled worktop a half sized cooker with 2 rings a fridge and a number of bespoke cabinets. Opposite are the set of open shelves and beyond that a set of side doors.
The bathroom comprises of a shower with curtain with a bright green wall cladding. A Porta Potti and a vanity unit with sink. The is a small porthole and a pigeon box on the roof for light and ventilation.
The bedroom consists of a cross bed with wall mounted corner cupboards and a cupboard housing the calorifier. There is a door leading up to the engine room. There is a small gas heater in the rear cabin (but it is reported to be non functioning.)
Under the covered area is housed a Thorneycroft 108/2R 1.8 BMC with a reported running hours of 06502 it has a PRM Delta Red Gearbox. It has 1 starter and 2 domestic batteries. A shoreline socket powers a battery charger, and a single socket.
2 x 13 kg gas bottles. Mooring Equipment, water hose, A large headlamp and decorative Barrel, a temporary seat for the steerer, a life ring and an anchor.