58ft/17.68m Cruiser Style 2003
Hull by Colecraft
F/O by Kate Boats
Diesel heating with Rads & Diesel Stove
Built in 2003 this cruiser stern narrowboat has all the classic lines produced by Colecraft. Originally built of 10/6/4 she was shot blasted and two packed in 2011, it was last surveyed on 2020 when it was again blacked and had 4 anodes fitted.
She is painted in dark blue with gold anodised hopper windows and has cream coachlines. On her roof is a pole and plank holder and a Houdini hatch to let in extra light along with two sets of side doors. She has the very popular reverse layout, with the added advantage of a large cruiser stern. On her bow is a cratch and cover and the back deck has a cover for winter as well.
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 3” (1.90m)
She is spray foam insulated and lined out in light ash with light ash trim and furniture, he floor is laid to carpet tiles.
Entrance is down 3 steps and in to the lounge this is set to free standing furniture and has a sofa bed which converts to an occasional double.
There are a number of units as you enter the boat and in the one corner is a diesel bubble stove set on a hearth. Opposite is a wall mounted tv with Satellite TV system.
#Followed by the galley area, to the one side is and L shaped workspace area housing the 4 burner hob and oven. On the other side is the sink and fridge, there are a number of bespoke units and drawers, along with a corner wall cupboard and attractive wine glass storage. In the roof is a Houdini hatch for extra light and ventilation.
Following on from the galley is the raised dinette, upholstered in a light blue fabric she has a large table set under the window and converts in to a bed.
Set between the bedroom and the dinette is the bathroom. It has extra doors placed in the corridor to allow access to the bathroom without having to enter either space. The bathroom consists of a tiled shower with door, a Tecma Macerator toilet and a handbasin set in a vanity unit.
The entrance to the bedroom has a half height wardrobe with drawers below, beyond is the fixed double with cupboard above with reading lights. The foot of the bed faces the bow which has half height glazed panels which extend across the width of the boat, in the centre are the doors with steps leading out to the bow.
Under the stern deck is a beta 43 with a PRM 260 gearbox and a 19/14 propeller, with a standard grease stern gland. She has electric hook up with a galvanic isolator a Mastervolt 2500 combi, 4 domestic 1 starter and 2 bow thruster batteries.
She has a Nobels electric bow thruster, Heating is provided by a Eberspaecher heater and radiators along with a Diesel Stove in the saloon
3 x 7kg , Life ring, Water hose with reel, Anchor, Dyson Vacuum.