45 ft Cruiser Style Reverse Layout, 2005
Hull by Trent Valley Boats
F/O Trent Valley Boats
4 Berth – Gas Heating
This cruiser stern boat has a nice curved aft rail round the back with accessible throttle controls from the tiller position, when I moved the boat she was nimble and responded well when asked to turn even under very little power and without the use of the bow thruster. Her gas is situated in the bow and water tank under the well deck.
She is fitted out in ash faced ply and hardwood giving her a light and airy interior and she has they very sought after reverse layout. With a led downlighters through out the boat and a Hardwood floor in the kitchen, dinette and bathroom with carpet in the saloon/bedroom.
Entrance is through a side access down wide steps and in to the galley. The first cupboard houses all the switches for the boat and the Alde gas boiler. Next is the cooker at a practical eye level height with 12v fridge under there are a number of base units with large wire pull out baskets inside. There is a four rings gas hob inset in to a striking turquoise counter top. On the opposite side is a sink and drainer in a green colour.
Area consists of a fixed pullman dinette with storage under and a removable table. Upholstered in a tapestry style fabric with matching curtains. Opposite are decoratively painted side doors.
This large bathroom has a sani marine macerator toilet, a vanity unit with large mirror over. It has a large shower with aqua board walls thermostatic mixer and a curtain.
Currently laid out as a bedroom it has a large wardrobe with shelving and an additional floor to ceiling wardrobe by the front doors with a small unit to the other side of the door. The front doors are partially glazed and are of a stable style. She has pretty gold curtains. The sofa bed is free standing and quite large to give you a living /sleeping space.
Under the deck she has a Vetus 4.15 engine with a Vetus gearbox and Vetus bow thruster She has 1 engine battery and 3 leisure batteries. She has a Stirling battery charger/inverter. There is a separate battery for the bow thruster which is charged by the split charge according to the original wiring diagrams) She also has an immersion heater.
3 x fire extinguishers 1 x fire blanket. Hose pipe and reel, bbq, deck and mooring equipment, Canal guides, some crockery and other household items.