Welcome to the charming world of Ready Steady Slow, a 57ft Cruiser Stern narrowboat crafted by John White Boat Building in 2013. Nestled in the scenic Caen Hill Marina of Wiltshire, this distinctive vessel is a true gem, offering an array of features that make it an ideal choice for both full-time living or weekend getaways.
Ready Steady Slow stands out with its vibrant and quirky décor. The boat's individuality shines through, making it a one-of-a-kind floating haven.
The boat is equipped with a functional LPG freestanding oven and a 12V Shoreline fridge/freezer, ensuring you have all the amenities necessary for preparing delicious meals. Ample compartments and storage space make organization a breeze.
The central lounge area boasts a collapsible sofa bed, perfect for relaxation and entertaining. Enjoy your favourite shows on the 12V Cello TV mounted on a freestanding unit, complete with a 12V Soundbar for an immersive viewing experience.
Ready Steady Slow features a spacious bathroom, complete with a large 900 x 900 shower equipped with a gulper pump for your convenience. You'll also find a compost toilet, a vanity basin, and shelf storage, ensuring that you have all the facilities you need.
At the bow, the master bedroom offers a fold-up cross bed with ample under-storage, ensuring a comfortable and practical sleeping space.
Whether you're seeking a unique and colourful liveaboard experience or a cosy weekend retreat, Ready Steady Slow offers the perfect blend of style, comfort, and functionality. Experience life on the water in this exceptional cruiser stern narrowboat, where every detail has been carefully considered to provide you with an exceptional and memorable boating adventure.
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.