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    Capt'n Cook

    Boat Details
    2 Berths
    1 Bathroom

    Available to view at Roydon Marina Village

    Length/Boat Style: 70ft Euro cruiser
    Year Built:
    Hull By/ Fit out by:
    Layout stern to bow:
    Galley-Saloon-Bedroom-Bathroom-Master Bedroom
    Engine and gearbox:
    Canal Line 70HP Turbo
    Engine hrs/Last Service:
    50 hours/2021
    Last Blacking + type:
    New 05/21 Two Pac Epoxy
    Hull thickness: 12:10:6
    Pump Out
    Spray foam
    External Covers:
    Pram and Cratch
    1 x Starter battery – 3 x Domestic gel – 2 x Bow thruster
    Electric Supply:
    Shoreline hook up – 3KW Victron multiplus
    Galvanic Isolator:
    Hot Water Supply:
    Immersion – Calorifier - Webasto
    Cabin Heating:
    Morso Swift
    Central Heating:
    Webasto Thermopro 90kw
    Gas Cylinders No & type: 13KG x 2 Propane

    Microwave – Belling oven and grill – 4 Burner belling hob – Dishwasher – Washer dryer – Wine cooler – Integrated fridge freezer – Quartz worktops – Breakfast bar

    Anthracite Radiators – Multi fuel stove – TV under gunnel stand – Self-seeker freesat 4G hub

    Boatman's Cabin

    Desk – Wardrobes and drawers – Double bed – Single wardrobe

    Master Bedroom

    Double bed – Integrated TV – Drawers – Dressing table – Shelving – Bedside tables with drawers – Mirrored wardrobes

    Large shower – Pump out toilet – Basin – Granite worktops – Vanity unit and shelves - Cupboard

    Additional Information:
    Water Tank capacity: 725 Litres
    Fuel Tank capacity: 530 Litres
    Pump Out capacity: 250 Litres

    Double glazed windows with wooden shutters

    Any Items excluded from Sale: Furniture – Freesat boxes (2)


    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.