Leaping Cats
45ft Semi Trad

Boat Details
1 Berth
1 Bathroom

Length : 45ft
Year : 1986
Accommodation / Internal Layout : Galley, Saloon, Bathroom, Bedroom
Engine Hours / Service History : 2021
Boat Safety Certificate / Last Service : 18-07-26
Batteries : 1 x Starter, 5 x Leisure
Electric Supply : 2 x Solar panels, 2x MPPT, Sterling inverter pro combi 250 KVA, 12v/240v sockets, 12v shoreline hook up
Hot Water Supply : Engine, Calorifier, Webasto
Cabin Heating : Webasto diesel, multi fuel stove, radiators
Central Heating Type : Webasto
Gas Cylinders No & Type : 2 x Propane
Internal Cabin Height : 6ft 2in
Last Blacking & Type : April 2020
Hull Thickness : 6:4:4
Inspection Hatch and Location : Under steps on stern deck
P/out or Cassette: : Cassette
Insulation : Polystyrene

Introducing Leaping Cats, a charming 45ft semi trad narrowboat built in 1986.

In the lounge you'll find two comfortable sofas and a multifuel stove, creating a cozy and inviting atmosphere. The master bedroom features a double bed with under-bed storage, maximizing space efficiency. The walk-through bathroom includes a basin, shower, cassette toilet, and an airing cupboard.

Leaping Cats comes with a full photographic history of her restoration, showcasing the care and attention given to the boat. The transfer of name from Saw C Sue to Leaping Cats adds a personal touch. Please note that all personal items are excluded from the sale.

Experience the joys of narrowboat living with Leaping Cats, with her lovely reverse layout, well-appointed accommodation and ample storage making her an ideal choice for those seeking a comfortable and charming boating lifestyle.

Please not the galley features a 12V fridge-freezer that is currently not working.


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.