M/O Harleyford Marina, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
£ 39,995 Tax Paid (US$ 65,408)
A one off beautiful beamy 30' Dutch Sloop built originally for the "owner" of Antaris Boats teak laid throughout. Powered by a 33hp inboard Vetus diesel engine with bowthruster she has been admired on the thames for the last 4 years. Available with trailer.
*** Accompanied Viewing by Appointment Only ***
*** REDUCED BY £5005 NOVEMBER 2013 ***
For more information about this motor cruiser and to arrange a personal inspection, please contact Jason Brasier on the numbers below.
Large cushioned aft seating/sun lounger behind helm seat. Helm position aft of engine box with large traditional wheel and full engine instrumentation.
Seating for 24 port & starboard on quality blue upholstered cushions with storage lockers beneath. Two moveable tables centrally located.
Forward large locker for stowage under deck.
The Vetus Mitsubishi M4.15 (serial:415A605A) is a superbly quiet, compact and reliable 4 cylinder marine diesel inboard engine. Gearbox is a Twindisc TMC60M Serial:124402. Hourmeter has recorded just under 500 hours.
Bow thruster 60kgf with joystick control
2 x Fire extinguishers
2 x Electric bilge pumps
Marine waterproof CD player/radio with MP3 socket
2 x Removable hardwood tables
12 x Scatter cushions
Interior courtesy lighting
Full cover & tonneau cover
Warps & fenders
Custom made Snipe road trailer (2009)
Lead boat for Henley Royal Pagent June 2012
Boat Safety Certificate until May 2016
Mooring in Henley available by seperate negotiation
Full service history available
£6000 spent on her May/June 2012 with Espar
Shotblasted and re-antifouled June 2012 by Espar
The company normally only acts as a broker for the Vendor who, unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute as a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate, and at his own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey.