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The current owners of September Sunrise have enjoyed a life afloat whilst making modifications and improvements to bring her to the condition you see her today. The onboard inventory makes her ideal for further static residential use, when a landline is available to power the washing machine. However it should not prove too problematic to upgrade the electrical system with a pure sine wave inverter or inverter/charger to make her perfect for extended cruising. At just under 47ft in length, September Sunrise is capable of navigating the entire canal and connected river system. It is fair to say that she has been well maintained throughout her life with a full repaint in 2014 by Kate Boats and a professionally rebuilt engine in 2015 by Calcutt Boats. Since then the owner has kept a comprehensive log of running hours, which were only 320 at the time of our inspection. Unusually she does not feature a conventional rudder system, but a clever, well engineered mechanism that directs the thrust from the propeller via a tube, making slow forward or aft manoeuvring a pleasure, as the owner demonstrated to us.
|Vessel name:||September Sunrise|
|Vessel type:||Traditional Narrowboat|
|Builder:||Canalcraft of Gailey|
|Fit Out:||Graham Parker & Owner|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||BMC 1.8|
|Length over all:||46' 9"|
|Maximum draft:||2' 1"|
Please note: This is sales information and not a survey report; providing content details only. The specification in these pages is based on ABNB's visit to the boat and on information given by the owner. This is to help you decide whether to investigate the boat further, by surveyor or otherwise. The information here is given in good faith but no description, statement, promise of work to be done, or suggestion for future use, constitutes an offer.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.