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Cruiser Stern

Boat Details
2 Berths
1 Bathroom

Available to view at Saul Junction Marina, Gloucestershire

Length/ Boat Style: 47’ Cruiser Stern (Reverse Layout)
Year Built:
1978 – “Full Professional External Repaint August 2017”
Hull By/ Fit out by:
Coles Moreton
Hull Thickness:
6:6:5 - New base plate 2016
Engine and gearbox:
Bukh DV20 3 cyl 20hp
Engine hrs/Last Service:
Sept 2020
2 – fixed double
Boat Safety Certificate:
Last Blacking + type:
Oct 2019 – Epoxy 2 pack with 4 new anodes
Inspection hatch and location:
Yes – galley
P/out or Cassette:
Porta Potti cassette
Layout stern to bow:
Internal cabin height:
Last Survey:
May 2016 – hull survey – copy available to view
External Covers:
Pram hood at stern (new 2016) and cratch cover
1 x starter and 2 x leisure
Electric Supply:
Shoreline hook up. Battery charger. 1 x 12v socket. 240v sockets throughout. 12v lighting throughout.
Hot Water Supply:
Morco gas boiler NB: Wiring refurbished 2020
Cabin Heating:
Bluebird multifuel stove
Central heating type:
2 x mounted electric oil filled radiators
Gas Cylinders No+type:
2 x 13kg propane

3-way fridge. Vanette oven, grill and 4 burner hob. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Ample shelving, drawers and a cupboard.

Multifuel stove with tiled surround. Lovely 3 seater sofa. Fixed shelving and two free standing units, Television

¾ bath with shower mixer taps and storage under. Bathroom cabinet with mirror. Porta Potti cassette toilet

Double bed with storage under. Wardrobe. Fixed corner unit.

Additional Info
Water tank capacity: TBC
Fuel tank capacity: TBC

Moonflower is a lovely and extremely well-maintained narrowboat, country cottage style and full of character, a very good value potential liveaboard or holiday cruiser.


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.