55 ft Trad style, 2003
Hull by Liverpool Boats
F/O Liverpool Boats
4 Berth – Diesel Heating and S/F stove
This 55ft Liverpool trad boat, is painted in a light duck egg colour with cream coach line and red handrails, Named “Hobnail” a play on it’s former owners surname of Boot.
This well thought out boat has ample storage and a good open plan living/cooking/dining area. Spray foam insulated and professionally fitted out by Liverpool boats in American oak finished MDF. With light oak laminate flooring throughout.
Entrance through the large cratch is down a step and in to the saloon. There is storage on both sides of the front door and a corner unit ideal for a Tv. The stove is very sensibly place slightly further down the saloon with swivel chairs either side the Aarow stove is set on a black tiled hearth with a copper chimney heat guard between the two saloon windows. To the side of the stove is a handy storage box for your solid fuel which doubles up as an occasional seat. The galley is screened of slightly with two full height partitions with decorative fret work inset.
The galley is very spacious with plenty of worktop space, she has an inset hob and oven in green with cupboards below and a set of side doors above on the opposite side is a green sink with drainer and fridge.
Following on from the kitchen is the raised pullman dinette covered in a red material with coordinating tartan curtains. There is a handy 12v socket which currently has a table lamp connected. There is storage below this also converts to a double bed for guests.
Has a nice tiled shower cubicle in attractive white and gold tiles. A vanity unit with sink and medicine cupboard above and a thetford cassette toilet with two spare cassettes.
Has a fixed double with cupboard over and reading lights, at the foot of the bed is a dressing table/chest of drawers with 240v and 12vsockets also a full height double wardrobe. Light is provided by two portholes, there is a door leading from the bedroom and in to the engine room.
In the engine room is a Beta Marine engine last serviced jan 2020 with a PRM 120 new in 2003. She has 1 starter with 3 domestic batteries charged by twin alternators or a landline, there is a Sterling battery management system with charger and galvanic isolator. Heating is by a diesel with radiators and a s/f stove in the saloon.
Deck and mooring equipment, anchor, 3 x fire extinguishers, fire blanket, 2 x 13kg gas bottles, perspex and fly screens for the side hatch. Sony radio/ CD player.