Boat Details
2 Berths
1 Bathroom

Available to view at Saul Junction Marina, Gloucestershire

Length: 53ft
Year Built:
Built By:
SFS Gloucester/Starline Boats
2. Fixed double bed
Internal Cabin Height:
Engine / Gearbox:
Barras-Shire 45hp
Electrical Supply:
240V landline and 12V LED lighting throughout. 1000W inverter/charger as well as 2 x roof mounted solar panels
1 x starter battery and 3 x leisure batteries (new in 2019)
Gas System:
2 x 13kg bottles
Cabin Heating:
Multi fuel stove and Webasto to 4 radiators
Maintenance History:
Boat Safety Certificate - Sept 2020. Last Blacking - May 2017.
Domestic Hot Water Supply:
Engine, Aldi boiler and Webasto

Fully tiled multi fuel fire, 2 x swivel chairs and foot stools. 2 x wall mounted bookcases and 1 x wall mounted document storage unit. Large wooden corner unit with storage under and display shelf over.

2 x worksurfaces with cupboards and drawers under, inset stainless steel sink and drainer with inset chrome taps. Vanette gas oven and grill with 4 x burner hob over. Fitted 12V fridge, 240V microwave oven. 2 x wall mounted cupboards

Shower Room
Fully tiled shower cubicle and curtain. Full width vanity unit with cupboards under and inset fitted washbasin. 1 x wall mounted cupboard and wall mounted mirror. Pump out toilet and Pota-Potti toilet.

Full size fitted double bed with storage under. Roses and Castles back cabin area with storage cupboards and drawers. Wall mounted electric panel radiator, wall mounted TV/DVD player.

Additional Information
A surprisingly spacious fitout lovingly maintained by the current owners, makes this an ideal long term cruiser or liveaboard. Viewing for this boat is highly recommended


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.