40ft (12.19m) Semi Trad Style, 2002
Hull and F/O by Triton Boat Fitters
Diesel Heating with Rads & S/F Stove
Built by Triton boat fitters in 2002 this 40ft semi trad style boat was built of 10/6/4 steel. She is painted in a mid blue with a cream coach line and cream roof, with gold anodised windows. She has a front cratch with cover and rear pram cover over the semi trad exterior.
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 2” (1.92m)
She is spray foamed and lined out in oak, the ceiling is panelled and the upper side are tongue and groove oak. The floor is laid to carpet and vinyl.
The saloon comprises an L shaped dinette upholstered in blue, with a table for dining and the ability to convert to a double bed. In the corner is a solid fuel stove thought to be a puffin. Opposite is a corner unit suitable for a tv, the front bulk head has glazed panels and partial glazed front doors there are steps leading out.
The compact galley has an Inlander 12v fridge with a stoves full sized oven and grill mounted above. There is a separate 4 burner gas hob. There are a number of bespoke cabinets and shelves a grey laminate worktop with a stainless steel sink inset and a lift up flap to extend the work space. Opposite the kitchen are a set of side doors decorated with traditional roses below which is a slimline cupboard.
This surprisingly large bathroom has a shower with glazed door and tiled surround, with a large cupboard and a number of open shelves to the side. A Thetford cassette toilet with electric flush and a vanity unit with wall mounted mirrored cabinet and wall mounted light above hand basin.
Fixed double in the stern with storage under and a half height double wardrobe with a double opening cupboard over the fixed double bed. There are two steps leading to the door and back deck.
The back deck is of semi trad style and has a number of steps inset in to it to aid entrance and exit to the cabin. It has a fixed seat to one side and the engine panel, all of which is covered by the pram hood. Under the deck is a Lombardini LDW 1204 (33HP) diesel engine and a PRM 120 gear box with twin alternators of 35 and 65 amps. She has a shoreline connection with a galvanic isolator, one starter battery and four leisure batteries with a sterling marine power battery management system.
2 x 13 kg gas bottles. Life ring. Water hose. Mooring Equipment. Kitchen Equipment and many other useful items.