Light & Airy, New Tonneau covers,
Bedroom with double wardrobe, and dressing table.
Kitchen with high & low storage, Large saloon for loose furniture,
plenty of storage, Squirrel solid fuel stove.
Private compartment with pump out toilet. Barrus Shire engine
Steelwork – By Canalcraft. 10mm Baseplate, 6mm Hull sides, 4mm Cabin sides and roof.
Fit-out – By J. D. Boat Services (Gailey) Ltd.
Fore-deck and Well-deck – Under the fore-deck the gas locker can easily contain two 13kg propane gas cylinders connected to an auto-change regulator. The Self draining well deck has a 100 gallon plus Stainless Steel water tank underneath. The well deck goes under the fore deck to give a covered area for storage, this is where the anchor is mounted. Steel glazed doors with inner timber panels are set centrally in the front bulkhead. A Steel and glass cratch together with a steel “cratch plank” & traditional “cratch cloths” cover the well deck, these have been replaced in the last 12 months. The cratch assembly can be removed entirely without the use of tools when maintenance is required.
Saloon – The large saloon is designed for loose furniture with a full height fitted cupboard & a squirrel solid fuel stove against the front bulkheads either side of the front doors. A Panel radiator is mounted below a long shelf widening at the end to give space to put a TV with low level cupboards below with a room divider above. The radio is mounted here with the speakers mounted by the long shelf.
Galley – A Fully fitted large galley kitchen with a gas cooker, 240V refrigerator, stainless steel sink and drainer, high and low cupboard storage units with laminated work surfaces either side. A Panel radiator is on the hull side leading into the passage.
Bathroom & Passage – The “hip” shower, a vanity unit with inset wash basin and ‘Mansfield’ pump out toilet are contained within a private enclosed cabin. Surfaces are laminated for ease of cleaning. Heating is provided by a wall mounted panel radiator. A door is set in the passage next to the bedroom to provide privacy. A side door window with removable glass is in the passage.
Master bedroom – A fixed 6ft 6ins double berth with mattress. A wall storage unit with recessed lighting is fitted above the bedhead. A full height large wardrobe is located at the foot of the bed with side shelf above the bed. There is a long shelf, above the wall mounted panel radiator, which ends with a dressing table with stool under.
Steps, Wet locker & Airing cupboard – Central door with hatch with 2 internal steps leads up to the inner rear deck, a heated area for waterproof clothing with the inverter & electrical controls mounted above is set on one side of the steps and a large airing cupboard is set on the other.
Back decks – The stern is a semi trad style with the inner rear deck and stern deck. The inner back deck is open so loose seating can be used, the life ring and general equipment is stored in here. A shore line socket is mounted on the bulkhead. The engine controls & deck light are mounted at the rear port side adjacent to the helmsman’s position. The engine under this area is covered with deck boards. The inner deck has a tonneau cover which covers this area, this has been replaced within the last year. A set of steel doors separate the inner form the stern deck. There is a hinged steel panel in the stern deck for access to the weed hatch.
Hot Water – A calorifier holding approx 12 gallons feeds the hot water taps and shower. This can be heated by either the engine or the diesel boiler (or both), an immersion heater has also been fitted.
Engine – A four cylinder Shire 40 water cooled diesel engine is located under the inner rear deck. Single lever controls are mounted to the helmsman’s left.
Electrical Systems – Separate banks of batteries provide power for engine, boiler and cabin services. 240 volt supplies from a 12/1600va/70a Victron Phoenix inverter/charger suitable for medium electrical appliances including a refrigerator and hairdryer. The shore line socket is mounted in the inner rear deck area.
Central Heating – The panel radiators are heated by an Eberspacher diesel fueled central heating boiler located in the engine compartment.
Inventory – A full cruising and domestic inventory of equipment is provided.
The boat as seen except for the chairs.