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    Lady Louise
    Dutch Tjalk

    Price:
    £39,999
    Boat Details
     
    2 Berths
     
    1 Bathroom
    Description:

    Available to view at Roydon Marina Village

    Length/Boat Style: 37’x 9’ Dutch Tjalk
    Year Built:
    1889
    Hull By/ Fit out by:
    Dutch Tjalk
    Layout stern to bow:
    Galley – Bathroom – Lounge - Bedroom
    Engine and gearbox:
    Drinkward Mitsubishi
    Engine hrs/Last Service:
    669 Hours
    Berths:
    2
    Boat Safety Certificate:
    7/04/2023
    Last Blacking + type:
    2017 Bitumen
    Hull thickness:
    Inspection hatch and location: Houdini Hatch Galley
    Side Hatches and Location:
    P/out or Cassette:
    Cassette
    Internal cabin height:
    6'
    Insulation:
    Polystyrene
    Last Survey:
    2015
    External Covers:
    Cratch
    Batteries:
    1 x Starter – 4 x Leisure
    Electric Supply:
    Solar Panels, 12v sockets and 240v sockets, shoreline hook up , Mastervolt 700w inverter and charger Generator
    Galvanic Isolator:

    Hot Water Supply:
    Calorifier
    Cabin Heating:
    Diesel Burner
    Central heating type:
    Gas Cylinders No & type: 1 x 13kg Propane

    Galley
    12v / 240v gas fridge, 4 burner gas stove, Stainless steel sink, wooden tops and various kitchen units.

    Lounge
    L shaped seating with storage, removable table, Diesel burner

    Master Bedroom

    Large fitted King size bed with surround storage cabinets and under bed storage, bedside glass fronted cabinet, Double wardrobe.

    Bathroom
    Stainless steel surround, shower, washbasin and cassette toilet.


    Additional Info

    Water Tank capacity:
    1000 Litres
    Fuel tank capacity:


    Disclaimer

    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.