Graceland
60’ Cruiser Stern

Price:
£75,500
Boat Details
 
2 (2) Berths
 
1 Bathroom
Description:

Hull By/ Fit out by:

Liverpool Boats

Layout stern to bow:

Galley-dinette-lounge-bathroom-bedroom

Engine and gearbox:

Isuzu 42

Berths:

2+2

Boat Safety Certificate:

16/3/26

Last Blacking + type:

2021

Hull thickness:

10:6:4

Inspection hatch and location:

Cruiser Stern open hatch

P/out or Cassette:

Pump out

Insulation:

Spray Foam

Last Survey:

October 2017

External Covers

Front and rear covers

Bowthruster

NO

Side Hatches and location:

1 side hatch opposite dinette

Batteries:

2 x starter 4 x leisure

Electric Supply:

240v/12v inverter

Galvanic Isolator:

Yes

Hot Water Supply:

Engine, webasto heater and shoreline

Cabin Heating:

Wood burner, 3 radiators fed by webasto,

Central heating type:

Webasto heating, 3 radiators

Gas Cylinders No+type:

2 x 13kg propane, located in a gas locker on front of the boat

Galley Description:

12v fridge, gas oven 4 ringer hob, ample storage, sink and drainer

Lounge Description:

Located in the centre of the boat, are 2 leather armchairs, a wood burner, a built-in Tv cabinet, glass display unit.

Dinette Description:

Built-in bench-style seating with cushioned covers, converts to a double bed, and storage under units.

Master Bedroom description:

Wardrobe with cabinet above bed with reading lights, storage under the bed. Double doors lead to the front well deck.

Bathroom description:

Shower with thermostat controlled hot water, pump out toilet, Fully fitted integral corner vanity unit

About this Boat:

a well maintained and carefore 60ft Cruiser Stern narrowboat, Graceland This boat had a repaint in 2021, roof painted in 2018

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 from a qualified Marine Surveyor to satisfy themselves as to the condition of the craft.