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Adora Belle - SALE AGREED
Cruiser Stern

Boat Details
4 Berths
1 Bathroom

Available to view at Saul Junction Marina, Gloucestershire

Length: 38'
Year Built:
Built By:
Stenson Boat Builders
Narrowboat - Cruiser Stern
Layout Stern To Bow:
Engine / Gearbox:
Barras Shire 34hp /PRM
Last Blacking - July 2016, Bitumastic. BSC until Feb 2023. Last Survey July 2016
Insulation: Sprayfoam
1 x starter – 2 x leisure
Gas System:
2 x LPG
Cabin Heating:
Mikuni MX 40 to radiators
Domestic Hot Water Supply:
Engine/Dielsel Boiler (Mikuni MX40)

Stainless steel sink & drainer unit with chrome taps, good range of worktops, cupboards, draws etc for storage, Full size gas cooker with hob, grill & oven, Brand new 12V Dometic Fridge (January 2020)

Pullman sofa which converts to double bed when required, fitted radio & speakers

Shower Room
Full size shower enclosure, with glazed door, chrome shower taps, extractor fan/light (looks to be recent addition)

12V Thetford flush cassette toilet, fitted sink with vanity unit below, mirror above


Set up as permanent double bed by present owner can be converted back to Dinette if required with table attaching to leg port in the floor, full size wardrobe and shelving unit providing ample storage, reading light above bed

Water = 200L
Fuel = 110L

Additional Information

Adora Belle is a very nice light and airy open plan narrowboat, has been maintained to an excellent standard, benefits from double glazing throughout. She would make an excellent constant cruiser or lovely live-aboard for a couple or single parent with children etc. Has good size cruiser stern and cratch area for those summer BBQ’s etc.

Viewing is highly recommended!


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.