Solar installed 540kW including 3 new wind farm grade leisure batteries
Repainted in 2016 in modern twist on 20s/30s style
Furnishings upholstered by the Hackney Draper
Private double bedroom to rear and guest double convertible dining room
Full kitchen with integrated Britta water filter, gas oven and 12V fridge
Push switch LED lights throughout
Plenty of storage including a hidden safe
Boat configuration/layout bow to stern:
Bow has outdoor seating perfect for eating dinner alfresco and lockable gas lock up.
Front portion of living area has a coat rack and open cupboard with exact space for two Brompton bikes, a bubble stove and steps with storage.
First section of the boat is a lounge area with a mini projector and hooks for a projector screen. A storage unit which contains a generator matching woodwork through out the boat.
Dining area has grey felt upholstered cushions and removable dining table with anti-spill grove. Area converts into a spare room for guests.
Kitchen area has plenty of storage under gunnels, pan rack on the wall, below counter Britta water filter is integrated with the mixer tap. Kitchen also features a porcelain sink and a freestanding has oven and hobs. 12V fridge with icebox.
Bathroom has storage with sink, electric toilet and a shower.
Bedroom at back of living section features a small double with hanging space wardrobe and below bed storage and draws. A dimmerable bending directional 12V reading light is installed above the head of the bed.
Stern deck above the engine bay has space for a table and chairs.
Painted in a 20/30’s style in RAF Blue Grey with a single stripe of LNER Garter Blue.
Internal furnishings upholstery by the hackney draper.
Six additional anodes were fitted in 2017 and is due to be re-blacked in May at kings cross (blacking has been preformed every 2 years).
500L water tank with 12V pump and accumulator pressure set - can last 4 weeks for 2 people excluding showers.
Toilet is a pump out connected to a septic tank at the rear of the boat. The toilet unit is Sani Marine electric sea toilet.
Canvas cratch cover for the front of the boat. There is one for the boat which is dark blue with clear plastic windows; however the rivets for it were removed at time of painting and we have not used it.
Heating system is a diesel bubble stove fireplace with fireproof backing boards and a 35L separate diesel tank in the bow. This heats three radiators down the boat and the calorifier water tank for hot water. Hot water can also be obtained by running the Diesel marine engine which also has a feed through the calorifier.
Electrics are on 12V ring main with fuses throughout the boat. Lighting is provided by warm white LED spot lights which can individually controlled. 12V Class-A fridge under counter in kitchen. Batteries are charged PowerMaster SI Series Charger/Inverter which also provides 240V to sockets throughout the boat. 4x100W flexible solar panels and one 120W fixed panel built into a roof box charge leisure batteries 3xTrojan 225Ah Deep Cycle Renewable Energy Battery. Option to charge from the alternator in the engine during winter also a available. A smart meter monitors battery state of charge and provides low battery alarms to protect the batteries.
CO and smoke alarms fitted throughout.
Date of last Survey : 15 May 2014
Type : 60ft Cruiser Stern Narrowboat
Hull Construction Material : Steel
Year of Build : 2005
LOA : 18.31m / 60ft 1 in.
Beam : 2.1m / 6ft 11in
Draught : Aft draft 0.75m / 2ft 6in
Engine/Gearbox : Single Isuzu type IM4LE48 diesel engine with shaft drive.
Last survey indicated ultrasonic thickness measurement hull is constructed with 10 mm steel on the bottom plates, with 6mm
mm steel on the sides. The superstructure was 4mm on the sides and a 4 mm deck.
|Location:||London UK [ Map ]|
|Builder:||Little brown mouse|
|Length over all:||18.31m|