Motor BoatsCanal and NarrowboatsavailableLambon
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Category D Replica Dutch barge. Central heating powered by pressure jet boiler from ‘Bubble’: 5 x finrad radiators (3 in saloon and 2 in master bedroom) that are discreetly concealed with radiator boxing. 1 heated towel rail in bathroom (plus underfloor heating in bathroom), 1 Colosseum radiator in wheelhouse and 1 Colosseum radiator in aft cabin. Heating can be set on a timer and a thermostat allows for compete temperature control.
A 2.5kw wood burning multi-fuel stove.
Victron inverter charger: 4 x batteries 100 amp 20 hour leisure batteries, charged through the Victron inverter charger. Inverter charger charges batteries to provide 12V (DC). When under steam inverter charger draws power from batteries and inverts 12V into 230V (AC) and in turn charges the batteries continually whilst under steam.
Large calorifier - heated by either the boiler, immersion heater, or from the 120hp Vetus engine whilst under steam.
AC and DC wiring with 12V and 230V. Ring of mains socket using arctic blue cable spec.
LED spotlights throughout the boat, wired on different looms to allow for a good range of atmospheric, lighting choices.
Windlass at bow, anchor can be manually or electrically let down.
Bow thruster (battery in bow locker). Plus a camera on the bow with a screen at the helm to give enhanced vision when mooring/entering locks etc.
The aft decking is laid with permateak, a high quality synthetic decking material that looks great and doesn't weather like teak.
Gas locker outside of wheelhouse, houses 2 large gas bottles for the oven.
Galley: Belfast sink, a standard-size gas oven with grill and main oven and fridge.
Aft cabin: a tumble dryer/washing machine combo, and a freezer, hidden with beautiful tambour units.
The 3 water tanks are located under the bed and behind the headboard in master cabin.
The bathroom is tiled with travertine tiles and electrical underfloor heating has been laid in the bathroom for toasty feet in the colder months.
The large waste holding tank is located in the engine room.
Whilst every care has been taken in there preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed, inspected and sea or river trialed depending on location of the boat
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