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Trad (Converted Butty)

Boat Details
1 Bathroom

Available to view at Saul Junction Marina, Gloucestershire

Length: 71ft
Year Built:
1957 & Refitted in 2010
Built By:
Andy Still
Traditional Converted Butty
4. A fixed double and 1 x boatman's cabin
Layout Stern To Bow:
Boatman's cabin / bathroom / bedroom / galley / saloon / workspace
Engine / Gearbox:
Canaline 52hp (approx. 50 hrs)
Electrical Supply:
240V Landline / Victron 2kw Inverter, 12V lighting throughout
1 x starter battery and 3 x leisure batteries
Cabin Heating:
Rayburn to 4 fitted radiators, 2 x lounge, 1 x bedroom and 1 x bathroom
Maintenance History:
Boat Safety Certificate - 2023. Last Blacking - 2017, 2 pack epoxy. Engine Hours - approx. 50. Last Survey - August 2017
Domestic Hot Water Supply:
Engine / Immersion Heater and Rayburn

Hand crafted Welsh Dresser, Solid teak work surfaces with cupboards and drawers, large Belfast sink, Fitted Rayburn cooking range, Fitted hand crafted cupboard and drawer unit, 1 x wall mounted unit, Fitted Indesit washer/dryer, 240V fridge/freezer (New 2019), Daewoo micro-wave oven, wall mounted spice rack, 1 x side hatch

Free standing chaise-lounge, free standing chesterfield style chair, Wall mounted TV + Wi-Fi booster, 4 x wall mounted lights, solid wood flooring throughout

Master Bedroom
Hand built free standing double size bed with storage drawers under, Hand crafted drawer unit with solid wood top, 2 x wall mounted cupboards, 1 x side hatch

Full size glass fronted quadrant shower cubicle – Thetford electric flush toilet + spare cassette, Fitted vanity unit with wash hand basin and cupboard under, Floor to ceiling cupboard housing immersion heater, Fitted hand crafted corner unit and worktop, 3 x fitted shelves

Boatman's Cabin
Hand crafted fitted wall cupboard with glass fronts plus shelving and drawers, Floor to ceiling wardrobe with fitted mirror, Drop down 4’ 6” bed area, 3 x seating arrangement with storage drawers under, Drop down cupboard with crumb drawer under, Traditional Boatman’s cooking range, Fitted steps up to rear

Water Tank = Stainless steel tank fitted in bow
Kerosene Tanks = 3 x Port/Starboard/Centre

Additional Information:
CAM is an ex working butty by Thames launch Works, Teddington dating from 1957 hull has been professionally refurbished (2010) with a new engine fitted and adjustments to the stern. These works were performed by R W Davis boatyard who are known for their high quality of workmanship. The boat is now back in the marina.

Rarely available refitted to this exceptional standard, one not to be missed!

Viewing 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.