The vessel is light and airy with full standing headroom throughout. This would make an ideal liveaboard or long would appeal to the cruising couple looking to spend extended periods afloat.
Aft is the owner's cabin with full double accessible both sides, hanging space, cupboard storage and an ensuite heads. The toilet is a chemical, electric model so that if inland waterways or protected areas are being cruised, then this gives options.
The main saloon has a small settee/berth to starboard and a larger settee/berth to port. The saloon has no permanent table as this is situated in the bow. Two steps down from saloon takes you to the galley on the port side, dinette in bow and heads to starboard.
Starting with the galley, this features a full oven, full grill, fridge with ice compartment and a microwave oven. Large sink with pressurised hot & cold water, drainer and 4-burner gas hob. Great storage too with lots of deep cupboards for provisions and cookware.
In the bow is a circular seating area with room for 6-8 persons. This area will convert to a large double and is equipped with deck head and portable lighting. The whole area can be isolated by a privacy curtain.
Large heads with sink and marine toilet.
Wood is a mixture of teak faced marine ply and ash planking. These light woods have been lacquered in clear varnish to increase reflected light. The aluminium framed glazed windows are fitted with blinds or curtains.
Steel constructed motor cruiser built in 1993 by County Durham based engineering company Lonsdale Steelcraft.
Topsides are finished using white 2-Pack paint and are in super condition.
The underwater areas have just been antifouled in May 2018, and all anodes have been replaced.
Due to the construction of the shaft boxes, she can take the ground easily making her an ideal boat for drying harbours.
The deck is steel as is the coachroof and aft deck. All walkways finished in grey nonslip coatings and the superstructure in white to match the hull.
Stainless steel bow, side and aft deck rails. Upper helm position is designed in such a way that it can be easily dismantled to allow travel through waterways where height is an issue. The removal of the arches and screen gives an air draft of only 2.36M making passages south through Europe a reality.
Sliding door access port and starboard and another door to the main saloon from the aft deck.
Engines & Electrics:
Vessel powered by two, 115hp Thorneycroft dieselsusing Toyota blocks.
Well maintained by local engineering company they have completed 1326 hours (May 2018)
Shaft driven 3 bladed propellers protected by keel boxes. Rudders attached to bottom of keels to add protection.
Duel helm with hydraulic steering. Lower helm features engine start panels, gauges and helm controls.
Vessel fitted with a 4Kva Vetus generator providing domestic power when at sea or at anchor.
Bank of 4, 12V batteries recharged via engine alternator and shore power.
Well equipped yacht for coastal cruising. Included are the following:
Garmin GPS 120XL plotter
3 off Electric bilge pumps
Dodgers for aft deck
Clock & Barometer set
JVC CD player
Lifebouy with light
3 off fire extinguishers
4 off life jackets
Crockery, cutlery and utensils