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Trad Stern

Boat Details
4 Berths
1 Bathroom

Available to view at Saul Junction Marina, Gloucestershire

Length: 62ft
Year Built:
Built By:
Stowe Hill Marine
Narrowboat - Cruiser Stern
Layout Stern To Bow:
Boatmans Cabin/Engine Room/Bathroom/Main Bedroom/ Galley/Saloon
Engine / Gearbox:
Russell Newbery DM2 in Decorated Engine Room
Serviced annually. New BSC with sale. Last blacked 2019 Bitumen.
Insulation: Polystyrene
2 x Starter & 4 x Leisure
Gas System:
2 x Butane
Cabin Heating:
Little Wenlock solid fuel stove
Domestic Hot Water Supply:

Traditional decorated boatmans cabin with two single bunks and plenty of both high- and low-level storage and lighting.

Engine Room
Decorated midships engine room with port and starboard hatches. Housing the Russell Newbery DM2 engine, Lister 2.5Kw Generator, Freedom Heart Interface, Batteries plus storage for all fluids etc, and ample storage throughout all in immaculate and spotless condition.

Superflush pump out toilet, ceramic sit in bath with shower over. Ceramic sink and vanity unit.

Full size double bed, storage under, wall mounted cupboards and fitted wardrobe etc. Skylight and total walls, ceiling and floor fit out in light oak.

All cupboards, draws, walls and floors etc fitted out in light oak. Belfast sink, ceramic tiled worktops, 240v Fridge, Freezer, Gas Hob, Oven, Grill.

Again, the saloon totally fitted out in light oak inc. walls, ceiling & floor. Fitted light oak display units, shelving and built in corner sofa unit that can convert into a double bed. Additional seating by Little Wenlock solid fuel stove with decorated ceramic tile surround. Light Oak corner unit housing television & satellite box. Saloon also benefits from skylight.

Water = Approx. 200 gallons
Fuel = Approx. 50/60 gallons

Additional Information

Lorien was built by Stowe Hill Marine as their showboat at the annual Braunston boat show, as such finished throughout in the very finest light oak which has been hand crafted by traditional carpenters employed by Stowe Hill Marine, and equipped to the very highest specification available in 1994. Obviously, testament to that fact is the stunning Russell Newbery DM2 engine installed when commissioned (no expense spared) Having been owned and maintained to a fastidious standard from new by current owner Lorien is sure to attract a lot of interest because narrowboats of this standard rarely come onto the market these days. One not to be missed. Viewing ASAP essential!


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.