Tattenhall Possum 11 Min

Traditional Narrowboat

Boat Details
4 Berths
1 Bathroom


Available to view at Tattenhall Marina, Chester

Length: 50'
Year Built: 1991
Built By: Roger Fuller
Style: Trditional
Berths: 4. Fixed double bed and bed settee
Internal Cabin Height: 6' 6"
Engine / Gearbox: 4 Cylinder Kubota Diesel 35hp
Electrical Supply: Shoreline hook up, Sterling Inverter/charger, 12V lighting and 12V/24V sockets throughout. All electrical wiring was replaces in 2018
Batteries: 1 x starter battery and 8 leisure batteries (recently purchased)
Gas System: Twin propane gas bottles
Cabin Heating: Radiators and Webasto
Maintenance History: Boat Safety Certificate until June 2020, Last service July 2018
Domestic Hot Water Supply: Calorifier twin engine and central heating (heated by both)

2 x twin seating which converts into a double bed. Radiator, TV Arial socket, 12V and 240V sockets

Statesman 4 ring gas cooker with oven and grill. Twin stainless steel sinks and drainer and sotrage. Fridge freezer, Wood effect worksurfsace and wall mounted strip lighting. There is also brass drying rails, a folding table and 12V/240V sockets

Shower Room
Pump out toilet, shower, wash basin, wet room, hanging rails and 2 x mirrors

Fixed double bed with oak panelled walls and ample storage. There is also 3 x strip lighting in the walls, and 12V/240V sockets. There is also a separate cupboard which houses the inverter.

Additional Information
Possum was repainted to a 2 tone grey in 2018. New water pump 2018. New shower pump installed. Internal walls in light oak panelling throughout. Wood tongue and groove ceiling. Good storage throughout. Excellent condition.


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.