Length : 30ft
Year : 1991
Hull by / Fit out by : Liverpool Boats / Refurbished Keel Boat Services Ltd 2023
Accommodation / Internal Layout : Bathroom, Galley, Dinette, Saloon
Engine Hours / Service History : January 2023
Boat Safety Certificate / Last Service : 26-07-25
Batteries : 1 x Starter, 2 x Domestic
Electric Supply : Engine, shoreline, solar panel, domestic
Hot Water Supply : Engine, Calorifier
Cabin Heating : Solid Fuel Stove
Gas Cylinders No & Type : 1x 6kg
Internal Cabin Height : 6ft
Last Blacking & Type : Hull shot blasted; any pitting remedied before application of 2 pack epoxy & new anodes plus Tunnel Bands & Bow Flashes repainted – completed January 2023
Hull Thickness : 10:6:4
Inspection Hatch and Location : Cruiser stern / engine room (weed hatch)
P/out or Cassette: : Cassette – Brand New Portapotti – Jan 2023
Insulation : Polystyrene
Maisie benefits from a totally refurbished hull, plus new stern gear and internal cosmetic refurbishments, making her an ideal day boat or for short breaks. Maisie would be a perfect first narrowboat for a novice as she’s full of character and good to go, supplied with full cruising kit, fenders, ropes, mooring pins etc.
This beautiful vessel is equipped with all the luxuries of home. The galley features a Nelson Spinflow 2 burner hob, oven and grill (new in 2017), stainless steel sink and drainer plus mixer tap (new in Jan 2023), 12v fridge, a new worktop fitted in Jan 2023, and ample storage cupboards.
The dinette/saloon includes an L-shaped dinette that converts to a double bed and a solid fuel stove. Plus the bathroom offers a shower (new shower tray fitted Jan 2023), cassette toilet (new Portapotti Jan 2023) and washbasin.
For sale at Tattenhall Marina, Cheshire.
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.