Built in 1999 by G and J Reeves she is a very attractive some might even call pretty boat painted in a pale aqua blue with cream coach lines and cream roof. She was originally fitted by Kingsground in 1999 for her first owner and then returned for a partial refit and total repaint before being bought by her current owner in 2017. She has sleek bow lines and a large deck area at the front, with plenty of seating. In 2017 her hull was also grit blasted and painted with two pack epoxy. The water tank is Stainless steel and in under the bow deck.
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 3” (1.92m)
The attractive colour scheme continues inside she is fitted in maple panels with cherry wood detailing, the floor is oak engineered flooring throughout. Her curtains are a lovely matching Cream, Beige and Blue material, in the kitchen is a neat venetian blind. All her radiators are hidden being fretwork metal screens, so you have no glaring lumps of white.
Entrance from the cratch is through double partially glazed wooden doors. As you enter to the right is a solid fuel stove set on a pale blue tiled hearth on the other side is a corner cupboard with open shelving, an enclosed radiator and another slimline cupboard. Above is a wall mounted tv bracket with tv point and power sockets. The saloon has a free standing Hampton sofa bed with matching foot stool/blanket box. On the wall are a number of attractive wall and picture lights as well as some well positioned 12v and 240 v sockets and a set of side doors with a lift up hatch.
This well equipped kitchen has a S/S deep inset sink, in an oak worktop. It has a large gas oven a separate 2 ring gas burner, a 12v fridge new in 2018 and a small microwave oven. Along with a number of cupboards and useful shelves and hooks. The splash back around the kitchen is in a striking aqua blue tile and two large windows give ample light.
The roomy bathroom houses an aqua board clad shower with glazed door, a macerator toilet and vanity unit with round sink. It has a large mirror with spotlight and a porthole for natural light and ventilation.
Has a fixed double and a large area at the rear with an attractive railing dividing the engine room area from the main bedroom. There are a number of large storage cupboards including one under the bed, which also houses the grey water tank and the calorifier. At the foot of the bed is a Wall mounted TV. There is a workstation area with a folding table top, with shelves below, which is ideal for all those wishing to work from home. It has a handy socket with USB points and storage area for a printer.
She has a beta 43 with PRM gearbox, total running hours aprox. 1700. She has 1 starter battery and 3 new domestic batteries fitted July 2020, a 3kw Victron inverter charger. There are a number of double sockets around the boat many of which also have the USB sockets on. There are also a number of round pin 12v sockets. There is a landline connection. Heating on the boat is provided by a mikuni diesel heater with radiators and a S/F stove. Hot water is provided by a calorifier heated by the engine, diesel heating and an immersion heater.
2 x 13Kg gas bottles, 3 fire extinguishers and a fire blanket, a anchor, life ring, water hose with reel. There is an intercom system from the bow to the stern. In the engine room the current owner has put a free standing table and a couple of stools which can be utilized both in and out of the boat as well as additional worktop space in the galley.
52ft Trad Stern 1999