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    Cuckoo Pint
    40’ Cruiser Stern

    Boat Details
    4 Berths
    1 Bathroom

    Length/ Boat Style:

    40’ Cruiser Stern

    Year Built:


    Hull By/ Fit out by:

    Hancock and Lane

    Layout stern to bow:

    Back cabin – galley – bathroom – front cabin

    Engine and gearbox:

    Lister ST2 air cooled (rebuilt 2017)

    Engine Service:



    4 – corner sofa which converts to bed in back cabin and sofas in front cabin which convert to double bed.

    Boat Safety Certificate:


    Last Blacking:

    December 2017

    Hull thickness:


    Inspection hatch and location:

    Yes – under corner seating in back cabin


    Composting toilet

    Internal cabin height:



    Polystyrene sheets

    Last Survey:

    June 2018 – copy available to view


    1 x starter, 2 x leisure

    Electric Supply:

    Shoreline hook up. Mobitronic 1kw inverter. Victron charger. 12v socket. 240v sockets throughout. 2 x 80w solar panels

    Hot Water Supply:

    Morco instant hot water gas boiler

    Cabin Heating:

    Lockgate diesel stove in back cabin. Multifuel stove in front cabin


    1 + 1 spare 13kg propane


    Waeco 12v fridge. Freestanding gas cooker with oven, grill and 3 burner hob. Belfast sink. Cupboards and drawers with solid wood worktops. Lockgate diesel stove.

    Back cabin:

    L-shaped fixed seating which pulls out to double bed. Cupboard. Reclaimed wood table with desmo leg.

    Front cabin:

    Multifuel stove. Fixed seating bow and starboard side which converts to double bed. Shelving above. Floor to ceiling cupboard. Wardrobe with shelf above.


    Composting toilet. Shower. Ceramic sink.


    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.