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    Tiger Lily
    Semi Trad Narrowboat

    Price:
    £58,000
    Boat Details
    Description:

    Available to view at Saul Junction Marina

    Length/ Boat Style: 62ft Semi-trad Narrowboat
    Year Built: 1998
    Hull By/ Fit out by: Graham Egerson – Norton Canes
    Layout stern to bow: Bedroom-Toilet/Shower-Diner-Galley-Saloon
    Engine and gearbox: Beta 43/PRM
    Engine hrs/Last Service: 7200-03/20
    Berths: Fixed Double + 2 Dinette convert
    Boat Safety Certificate: BSSER-358494/18 – 25/09/2022
    Last Blacking + type: February 2019
    P/out or Cassette: Cassette
    Last Survey: 2013
    Bowthruster:
    Vetus
    Side hatches and location: 1 – Mid boat starboard
    Batteries: 3 x leisure – 2 x Bow thruster – 1 x Starter
    Electric Supply: Trace electric 1.5kw Inverter/charger
    Hot Water Supply: Webasto - Engine
    Cabin Heating: Saltfire multifuel stove – 1 year old – Double skin wall flue
    Central heating type: Webasto to 4 radiators
    Gas Cylinders No & type: 2


    Galley
    Built in vanette hob – oven – grill, washing machine, various kitchen units. stainless steel sink.

    Saloon
    Fitted settee converts to double bed – storage under bed storage under bed multi fuel burner with tile surround

    Dinette
    4 Seats – converts to double bed – Storage under bed

    Master Bedroom
    Fixed double bed – double wardrobe - cupboards

    Bathroom
    Cassette toilet – Washbasin – Shower unit

    Additional Info
    Water tank capacity: Under foredeck 150 gallons
    Fuel tank capacity: 250 litres

    Electrolux travel power currently disconnected but could be reinstated.

    Bookcase not included

    Disclaimer

    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.