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BRAND NEW 58ft Viking Widebeam - SALE AGREED

Boat Details
6 Berths
1 Bathroom

Available to view at Roydon Marina Village, Essex

Length: 58’ x 12’6”
Year Built:
Built By:
Viking Canal Boats
6. Fixed king size, bunk beds,
Layout Stern to Bow:
Galley - Saloon - Bedroom - Bathroom - Master Bedroom
Engine / Gearbox:
Beta Marine B60 TM345
Electrical Supply:
Mains Shoreline – Victron multiplus 12 3 KW- 240v with USB sockets – 12v sockets – 12v LED lights throughout – Solar power capability – WiFi Hauwei B525-4G
Cabin Heating:
Morso multi fuel stove
Domestic Hot Water Supply: Calorifier- Immersion- Webasto - Engine

4 Burner gas hob and stove- Fridge freezer- Dishwasher- Wine cooler- Washer dryer- Two bar stools – Solid wood butcher block counter tops. Multi kitchen soft close units.

Morso fuel stove – Sofa bed – Samsung TV- Solid wood TV unit

Bedroom Two
Solid wood bunk Beds with under bed storage – Wooden double wardrobe- wooden desk – wooden shelving and cabinet, Touch reader lights.

Master Bedroom
Wooden dressing table – Double wooden wardrobe – under stairs storage- Double wooden wardrobe- wooden bedside tables- Touch reader lights- King size bed with hydraulic lift under bed storage.

Shower- Towel rail – Raised porcelain basin with vanity unit- Magnified light up shaver mirror- Jabsco pump out toilet- Wooden shelves – Large wall mounted mirror- Porcelain tiles with under floor heating.

Water = 1850 Litres
Fuel = 680 Litres

Additional Information
Thermal break double glazed windows – Solid tongue and grove ceiling and above gunnel cabin side – Wood laminate engineered flooring – Under Gunnel lighting - Stern Pram cover – Stainless Steel hand rails - Spacious hallway.


Disclaimer: Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these specifications, no guarantee is given or implied as to their accuracy. These particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. Lakeland Leisure Estates Ltd advises prospective purchasers to obtain an independent survey in order to satisfy themselves as to the condition of the craft from a qualified Marine Surveyor.