Northwich Trader

Boat Details
6 Berths
1 Bathroom

Available to view at Saul Junction Marina, Gloucestershire

Length: 70ft
Year Built: 2014
Built By: R W Davis and partial owner fit out
Style: Northwich Trader
Berths: 6. 1 x boatmans double, 1 x boatmans single, 1 x Tug deck double, 1 x single
Layout Stern to Bow: Boatmans Cabin / Engine Room / Bedroom / Bathroom / Galley / Saloon / Tug Deck Bedroom
Engine / Gearbox: Kelvin J3 (No. 27626)
Electrical Supply: 240V consumer unit feeding a 7 socket ring main
Batteries: Engine batteries only 24V
Gas System: No Gas System
Cabin Heating: Morso multi fuel stove
Maintenance History: BSC 2020 (Will have new when sold)
Domestic Hot Water Supply: No

10’ 3 “ in length with free standing leather sofa and solid wood chest of drawers. Converted Victorian gas lamp, Morso multi fuel stove in fully Victorian tiled surround.

10’ in length with solid Iroko wood worksurface and table/breakfast bar. Fitted Victorian Belfast sink and brass taps. Skin breather fittings are in place for a Heritage Diesel Stove. 240V fridge & freezer-box.

Shower Room
Cassette toilet, Victorian style washbasin with running cold water.

7’ long tug deck double bed area with forward sloping deck head. 2 x small storage cupboards with fitted shelving behind

Boatman's Cabin
9’ 7” in length, Traditional style boatmans cabin with drop down double size bed. 2 x floor to ceiling wardrobes, overhead cupboards and lower fitted drawers

Additional Information
A stunning Replica Northwich Trader one of the last produced by R W Davis (Saul Junction). The boat requires the final finishing touches to the internal fit out to make her complete and stand out from the crowd. A much sought after boat well worth viewing.


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.