A 70’ Hancock and Lane Trad stern all steel boat built 1975. Painted in Green with raddle red roof panels and gunwales. Insulated with polystyrene slabs, entrance to the boat is via a deep cratch with cover and a pair of wooden stable doors lead into the saloon. The boat is fitted out in age mellowed T&G pine cladding. And has LED lighting and 230v sockets. The boat is fitted with solar panels,
6+6mm base plate (overplated April 2012)
3 Berth—1 Double and 1 Single
16’6” (5.03m) wooden stables doors to cratch, age mellowed T&G pine cladding to ceiling and walls, solid fuel stove with back boiler (note; this is not connected to any radiators at present), Desk unit with pine top and 3 drawers and knee space below, some exposed pine floorboards with green carpet to the remainder, wood curtain poles to the 4 windows and curtains.
7’10” (2.40m) plus utility area 5’9” (1.75m) age mellowed T&G pine cladding to ceiling and walls, solid wood work tops with a range of cupboards below, single drainer stainless steel sink with separate hot & cold taps, Morco water heater, Valor freestanding cooker with oven, grill & hob, Shoreline 12v fridge, Beko washing machine. Windows to both sides with blinds.
9’ 0” (2.74m) age mellowed T&G pine cladding to ceiling and walls, with a single bed which can be extended to 3’ wide, single wardrobe.
Bathroom with short bath, shower mixer taps and shower curtain, age mellowed T&G pine cladding to ceiling and some walls with tiling to the remainder, Vanity unit with wash hand basin, Thetford cassette toilet, sliding door.
9’ 10” (3.02m) age mellowed T&G pine cladding to ceiling and walls, fixed double bed 6’ 3” x 4’ with additional fresh water tanks below, Wardrobe, 3 windows and a set of side doors, high level door to rear engine room.
Deck boards with 2.5l BMC diesel engine and PRM 160 gearbox below, sliding hatch and double doors to Trad stern. 1 starter and 8 Leisure batteries and a 30amp battery charger. 270 Gallons (1200 L) water in 3 tanks 1 x intergral and 2 x polypropylene under bed.
70 ft Traditional style, 1975
Hull by Hancock and Lane - "Norsman Hull"
2.5 BMC Engine
3 Berth - S/F stove