55ft (16.77)m Semi Trad Style 2004
Hull by Liverpool Boats
Fitout by Liverpool Boats
Diesel Boiler with Radiators
This attractive Liverpool boat is painted in light blue with cream and grey. She has a covered bow with a very light and airy cratch and cover. A semi-trad stern with seating and a cover to keep out the weather. She has had a total repaint in 2017 and was blacked in 2021. She has a stainless steel water tank approx. 120 gal and a diesel tank of approx. 40gal
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 7” (2.02m)
She is fitted out in light wood with a dark wood trim, she has grey and green carpets and light green curtains.
Entrance from the front of the boat is down a step and in to the saloon area. On each side of the step is a corner cupboard, one of which extends along the gunnel towards the stern of the boat, which is open to take free standing furniture. The current owners have a two seater sofa bed towards the galley.
Beyond the salon is a compact u shaped galley separated from the saloon by an eye level glazed unit. It has a graphite coloured worktop with a stainless steel sink, a vanette oven and grill and separate 4 ring hob. Over the hob are a number of wall cupboards and a tiled splash back. There is a ranger LEC fridge with ice box under the other counter. On the corridor side of the galley is a narrow cupboard with drawers. Extra light is given by a Houdini hatch.
This pullman style raised dinette converts to an occasional double bed. It has a window to one side and a set of side doors to the other with Perspex window. The main control panel is located on the wall above.
Set to the side is the bathroom comprising of a small bath with curtained shower over, a vanity unit with sink and a vetus macerator toilet.
Towards the rear of the boat is a bedroom area, which can be configured in several different ways. Its default layout is bunk beds to one side and a fixed single with small cupboards with reading lights over to the other. However the fixed single and lower bunk can be converted in to a cross bed of super king width. Still leaving the top bunk. There is a large wardrobe at either end. The steps are in the centre and have storage in them and the one side houses the clarifier while the other has the inverter. Extra light is given by a Houdini hatch.
Under the rear deck is a Isuzu 42 with a declared running hours of 2,300 (the hour meter does not always display) A PRM 150 gearbox and a water lubricated stern gland. She has 1 starter battery and 3 domestic. She has a sterling 1800 watt inverter. There is a shore power socket with galvanic isolator and sperate Victron Battery charger. Heating on the boat is provided by a Diesel heater with radiators.
Fenders, mooring equipment, 2 x13 kg gas bottles, water hose, life ring, Rear seat cushions.