59ft 6″ (18.16m)Trad Style, 2002
Hull by Colecraft and F/O by DB Boatfitting
S/F Stove x 2, Diesel Heating with rads.
Built by Colecraft Engineering in 2002 she has the distinctive Colecraft bow with a nice rise on the sides at the rear towards the trad stern. She has a glazed wooden cratch with a green canopy and green and cream livery and red panels at the rear. She has a red roof with two glazed dog boxes and a glass light cube.
She was last surveyed in 2016 and was blacked in October 2018 and has 10 anodes fitted. She has a water tank of approx120 gal and a diesel tank of 50 Gallons for the engine and a separate diesel tank for the heating.
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 4” 1.96m
She has been spray foam insulated and then lined with oak panels and oak framing the panels are painted in a very pale pink, there are co-ordinated pink and white floral curtains and porthole cushions. The flooring is LVT Planks. The cabinets are all oak with recessed handles or white ceramic knobs. All down the corridor side of the boat is a number of cupboards and shallow shelves.
Entrance from the bow is down a step and in to the saloon, to the left is a floor to ceiling unit comprising several cupboards with shelves following on is a set of shelves with a radiator covered with an attractive metal grill to the right is a morso squirrel solid fuel stove, set on a raised hearth. There is a stereo unit with several purpose made holders for speakers, in the bulk head to the galley is an inset table, the lounge has two free standing tub chairs.
The galley houses a Fridge/freezer, a full sized belling gas oven and grill set at eye level and a separate gas hob, along with a sink with drainer all set in an oak worktop, which has a lift up flap for extra work space. The wall is tiles with muted pallet of beige tiles, below are custom built cupboards. There is a connection for a washing machine if required.
The bathroom has a quadrant glazed shower cubicle, a vanity unit with sink and a macerator toilet. The floor is covered with a striking black and white custom made vinyl and there is a large towel rail.
The dinette seating is adaptable to give a single table with seating on three sides or a larger table with seating on just two sides or it can be converted to a double bed. It is upholstered in a green fabric to match with the green and pink floral curtains and port hole cushions. There is a wall mounted TV and access to the airing cupboard.
Entrance to the engine room is though a door and in to the immaculate engine room, it has a side doors on both sides with a lift up roof hatch over the one side. The engine is in a sound proofed box , it is a 4 cylinder Beta Marine diesel engine which is fitted with a prm500 gearbox the engine is stated to be 50HP the engine is cooled by a shallow keel cooling tank on the base plate. There are six domestic batteries 1 starter battery. Engine last serviced in 2019 by braunston marina. There is an Victron inverter/charger with a 2kw output and a land line connection with galvanic isolator. .There is a webasto diesel heater with 5 radiators.
On the entrance to the Boat mans cabin are two large what appear to be cupboards one houses some of the electrics and the other hose a toilet and wash hand basin in. This again is a macerator toilet and has its own separate holding tank. This traditional style boatman’s cabin provides access to the stern there is a solid fuel stove, banquette seating/ conversion with storage & green upholstery, Traditional roses & castle decoration, beautiful what appear to be solid wood flooring with lift up rings to allow access underneath.
2x13kg gas bottles, 3 x fire extinguishers and a fire blanket, mooring equipment. Electric cable, Stereo and TV. Solar Panel.