56ft /17.07m Cruiser Style 2000
Hull by Reeves
F/O by John Milburn Boats
Diesel heating with Rads
Built by Reeves in 2000 with an original thickness of 10/6/4 she has an attractive colour scheme in light and dark blue which was repainted in 2013 by Dave Bishop. She was last blacked in march 2021 an has 4 anodes fitted. The bow is open but has a canvas cover and the stern is cruiser style with a generous deck for most families.
Height to Cabin Centre 6ft 3” (1.93m)
She is spray foam insulated and is lined in oak ply with red cherry trim, the floors are laid to vinal with rugs. She has a simple clean uncluttered feel to her, to be enjoyed as she is or can be easily personalised.
From the glazed doors on the bow is a step down in to the saloon, either side is flanked by a corner cupboard with door, the reminder of the area is set to free standing modern arm chairs. The half height bulk head has a set of open shelves on it.
The pullman dinette is covered in a light blue grey material it has a demountable table, storage under the seats and the capability to be converted to a bed.
The U shaped galley is divided by a ceiling mounted cupboard, there is a good size of counter top, with small upstand finished with decorative wood. Under the countertop is a number of bespoke cupboards and drawers. Under the window is a white sink and drainer while to one side is a vanette Oven and grill and separate 4 ring hob. On the other side is a shoreline 12v Fridge. Opposite the galley is a set of side doors with a slimline cupboard under.
Set in a side cabin is the bathroom it comprises of a quadrant shower with glazed door, the wall of the shower is covered in white sparkle wet wall. It has a thermostatic mixer tap.
There is a cassette toilet and vanity unit with basin, it has a mirrored cabinet above the basin. Light comes in from a port hole, under which is a heated towel rail.
There is a in line fixed double bed with cupboards above.
At the foot of the bed is a full height wardrobe and another cupboard, on one side of the steps, while on the other is a small shelf with mirror above followed by another cupboard which flanks the rear steps out on to the deck.
Below the rear deck boards sits the Barrus Shire Engine with a declared running hours of 8,000. She was last serviced in March 2023 and it is connected to a Newage PRM gearbox.
There is a land line connection, along with 1 starter and 3 domestic batteries.
Heating is provided by an Eberspaecher diesel heater with radiators and a calorifier for hot water.
2 x 13kg , life ring, water hose, Anchor, mooring equipment, fire extinguishers and a fire blanket, kitchen equipment,