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    Bengal Tiger
    46ft Narrowboat

    Boat Details
    4 Berths
    1 Bathroom

    Name of Boat

    Bengal Tiger

    Length/ Boat Style:

    46’ – 14 Metres Narrowboat

    Hull By/ Fit out by:

    Heron Boat Builders Ltd

    Layout stern to bow:

    Lounge – Galley – Bathroom - Bedroom

    Year Built:


    Hull Thickness:


    Engine and gearbox:

    Isuzu 8 Newage

    Engine hrs/Last Service:

    2020 RCR



    Vessel Safety Certificate:


    Last Blacking:

    September 2018

    Inspection Hatch Location:

    Under stern steps

    Pump Out or Cassette:


    Internal Cabin Height:



    Spray foam

    Last Survey:

    26th August 2016

    External Covers

    Cratch and Pram hood

    Bow thruster:

    Side Hatches and location:

    Right side


    1 x Starter – 3 x Leisure

    Electric Supply:

    12v – 240v Sterling inverter/charger

    Galvanic Isolator:


    Hot Water Supply:


    Cabin Heating:

    Multi fuel stove

    Central heating:

    Radiators - Alde central heating

    Gas Cylinders:

    13kg Propane x 2

    Galley and Equipment:

    Vanette oven & grill – Hob – 12v Shore line fridge/freezer – Stainless steel sink & drainer – Various kitchen units – Laminate worktops

    Lounge Description:

    Double bench sofa with storage converts into a double bed – Multi fuel stove with surround – Corner cabinet – 2 cupboards

    Master Bedroom:

    Fixed double bed with over head shelving and storage – Double wardrobe

    Bathroom Description:

    Basin with wall mounted vanity unit – Shower – Cassette toilet

    Water Tank Capacity:

    450 Litres

    Fuel Tank Capacity:

    250 Litres


    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 from a qualified Marine Surveyor to satisfy themselves as to the condition of the craft.