|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Shardlow Marina East Midlands UK|
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The Pearl 58ft Trad built 2005 by Dennis Cooper, powered by Ford XLD 1.8 ltr inboard diesel engine.
From the bow is the open plan main cabin allowing for free standing furniture.
Moving down the boat is the dinette with storage under & drawer units this also makes a guest double. This area has gunnel shelving and cupboards and a bulkhead mounted TV over the seating.
The galley has a stainless steel sink & drainer, Hass & Son solid fuel range which provides cooking facilities and heating for the boat.
The bathroom like the rest of the craft requires completion, it currently has hip-bath with shower over & porta potti toilet.
The bedroom has a fixed double with storage again requires completion.
Finally the engine room which again requires the floor and side linings completing. The engine is a Ford XLD1.8 Ltr diesel.
This boat was constructed by a sought after builder Dennis cooper. It has a 7ft foredeck with storage under, there are two water tanks one large integral for general use and a small 100ltr for drinking water, the steel is 10-6-5.5
The vessel has no gas it cooking heating etc is from the range. It has 12 & 240v electrics, there are two inverters, 3kw & 2kw and calorifier for hot water.
For further information or to arrange a viewing ring Chris 07799 216704 or David 07721 382619.
|Vessel name:||The Pearl|
|Vessel type:||Trad Stern Narrowboat|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Ford XLD 1.8|
|Length over all:||58'|
|Fuel capacity:||45 Gallons|
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information above is correct, David Mawby Ltd and the vendor cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies and these particulars do not form any offer or contract and give no guarantee of the condition or ownership. Prospective purchasers should not rely on them as a statement of representation of fact and are advised to have a pre purchase survey carried out by an independent marine surveyor, a list is available by request.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.