Weight 86 Tons,
Draft 3ft ( Approx),
Beam 15'6 /4.7m,
Engine Daimler Benz built in the 1960's(Not working),
Hull Identification Number 37645,
Riveted hull ( living area fully insulated,
6mm steel plate on the bottom with 5mm steel plate to the sides),
Complete 240v electrical system rebuild in 2016,
Completely re plumbed in 2016, LPG central heating system with additional water tank was fitted.
Agents Note: We understand that the engine is not currently in a working condition.
Energy rating : The property is exempt to provide an Energy Performance Certificate.
Mooring : Currently £723.00 per month
After the purchase the vessel was dry docked at Solent re-fit-Hythe for the 6 weeks. In this time the hull was High pressure blasted back to bare metal. All existing doubler plates were removed and replaced with new. Additional plating was also replaced where advised by surveyor.
The hull of the boat was then re- painted with Hempel hempadur and the 16 anodes were replaced.
In 2015/2016 the deck was completely re-painted
One large original storage room in the bow section of the boat remains showing her original construction.
Wide side decks to both sides of the vessel with guard rails
Original feature towing horses
One large original storage room in the bow section of the boat
Deck areas to both the Stern and the Bow of the boat where seating can be arranged.
14' 1'' x 11' 11'' (4.29m x 3.62m)
LARGE WHEEL HOUSE On entering the vessel you step into the large wheel house, with its double glazed UPVC windows ( A rated) where you are immediately provided with the panoramic views of the river and creeks. Two UPVC double glazed doors to either side of the room allowing access to the wide deck walkways and the complete top deck of the vessel. The walls and ceiling are panelled with recess spot lights, Amtico vinyl plank flooring and ample power points. There is a hatch which allows access to the stern of the boat and bedroom three, whilst a full width staircase provides easy access to the main living area and further bedrooms and bathroom. Access via the opening window to the large sun deck laid to decking with lights/pergolas over.
Open planned living/kitchen area
28' 1'' x 14' 9'' (8.55m x 4.49m)
OPEN PLAN LIVING /KITCHEN AREA. 8.55M X 4.49M Living Area : Port hole windows to each side and a large skylight window allowing for a bright and airy room. A log burning stove, radiator, ample power points, Amtico vinyl plank flooring and recess spot lighting. There is an under stair storage cupboard and a further storage cupboard with hatch access to the engine room. The Kitchen comprises of : high gloss grey units with a glass splashback, solid oak work surfaces, stainless sink and drainer. integrated fridge freezer, plumbing for washing machine, gas cooker point, wall mounted boiler and the continuation of the Amtico vinyl plank flooring. Two further skylights provide additional light. This room proceeds along to a corridor section with oak doors leading to all principal rooms and matching high gloss grey cupboards with oak work surface.
14' 5'' x 9' 11'' (4.39m x 3.01m)
Port hole window to the side elevation and sky light allow natural light into the room, ample power points, double radiator and thermostat control. Fitted cupboard housing the hot water system and heating timer, along with a further cupboard providing storage space.
Lined ceiling with recess spot lighting, extractor fan, Hygienic PVC wall cladding in tile effect, panel enclosed p - shape bath with shower attachment over, WC, wash hand basin set on a vanity unit with cupboard space beneath, port hole window, heated chrome towel radiator, fitted bathroom mirror and light.
13' 5'' x 12' 4'' (4.09m x 3.76m)
3.76M X 4.09M Wood lined walls, raised super kingsized bed with storage to both sides and underneath, traditional windows to both sides along with port hole windows, ample power points and heated chrome towel radiator. Sliding door leading to a WC with a pole hole window to the side elevation and corner wash hand basin.
9' 9'' x 7' 2'' (2.98m x 2.19m)
Lined ceiling with recess spot lighting, port hole window to the side elevation and a double radiator. At present this room is used as a child's cabin and has a high sleeper bed with a further double bed underneath.
The boatyard is located on off Salterns Lane, one of the most sought-after roads in the heart of the village of Old Bursledon in Hampshire. Adjacent to the Hamble River, with easy access to the M27, Southampton parkway/airport and ferry and cruise ship terminals.
Connected fresh Water
Free Parking in car park nearby
Fully comprehensive Insurance