60ft (18.29m) Semi Trad Style 2004
Hull by Jonathan Wilson
F/O by Leigh Narrowboat Co
S/F Stove & Diesel heating with Rads
Built by Johnathan Wilson and fitted out by Leigh Narrowboat Co. in 2002 this 60ft boat is great for those wishing to work from home. She is painted in a dark green and cream livery with a red handrail and is the popular semi trad style with custom cover over. She was last blacked in July 2020. Fuel tank capacity is 35 gal and water tank 175 gal . Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 3” (1.94m)
BERTHS: 2 Berth
The fit out has been done professionally, originally spray foamed and lined out in Oak faced ply with Oak trimmed panels. The majority of the floor is covered in carpet although the entrance areas are sensibly covered in wood, there are a large number of sockets and switches all done in brass, and all the radiators are covered which blends them perfectly in to the background.
Entrance is down a step with a corner cupboard to one side with a squirrel stove on the other set on a blue tiled hearth. The rest of the saloon has a number of glazed cupboards with “flur de lys” engraved glass, at the end is a lift up table with storage for two chairs inside, the rest of the saloon is open to accept free standing furniture.
The galley comprises a number of custom built cupboards and drawers. A stainless steel 1 1/2 bowl sink and drainer and a vanette hob with separate oven and grill. All set on a white formica worktop, opposite is a LEC fridge with freezer box and a number of custom units including a pull out larder. The worktop on this side is tiled in blue and white tiles with a blue mosaic running through. There are large windows each side of the galley and a Houdini hatch in the roof.
This area has a built in desk with large drawers set under the window, with some book cases and a concealed radiator under a set of side doors on the other. The space is easily accessed by solid wood and glazed central doors.
The walk through style bathroom comprises of a white tiled shower cubicle with glass door and fixed shower head, a Techma Macerator toilet/ bidet and a vanity unit with sink above which is a mirrored unit. On the dividing wall is a heated towel rail with mirror above.
Entrance to the bedroom is to the side again through a partially glazed wooden door, there is a raised fixed double bed with a number of drawers under, there are a number of overhead lockers set in to the corner with a reading light under, and at the foot of the bed in a large wardrobe with a mixture of shelves and hanging space, there is a central door through to the entrance/exit lobby.
This compact area houses lots of cupboards along with the control panels for the boat. To one side is set a Washing machine (condition unknown) with a work space and cupboard above. In the centre are a set of ladder style steps up to the rear of the boat.
Beta Marine BV1903, 43 HP engine with a prm 150 gearbox with twin alternators, 1 starter battery and 4 domestic batteries with a phoenix combi controller battery management system. There is a landline connection. She has a calorifier located in the engine bay with an immersion heater. Heating is provided by an Eberspaecher with radiators as well as the solid fuel stove. There is a water gauge and a waste tank gauge.
2 x 13 kg gas bottles. Mooring Equipment, Water hose with reel and a life ring.