Welcome to The Kraken, a magnificent 2020 Collingwood widebeam moored at the enchanting Caen Hill Marina in Wiltshire. This exceptional boat not only offers a captivating waterway lifestyle but also provides the option of securing a mooring at this picturesque location.
Featuring a cruiser stern, The Kraken boasts a thoughtfully designed layout with two bedrooms, making it an ideal floating home for those seeking a unique living experience on the water. The interior is arranged in a reverse manner, starting with the galley, saloon, bedroom, bathroom, and concluding with the master bedroom.
Step into the open plan lounge, adorned with freestanding furniture and a multifuel stove, creating a cosy and inviting atmosphere. The galley is equipped with modern amenities, including a fridge with an icebox, an island unit hosting a Teknix 4-ring hob and oven, ample storage, wooden worktops, and a breakfast nook - perfect for culinary enthusiasts.
The Master Bedroom features a moveable double bed with under storage and cupboards, ensuring comfort and practicality. The first bedroom is adorned with freestanding furniture, adding a touch of personal style to the space.
On the technical side, The Kraken is powered by a reliable Canaline 52 HP engine coupled with a PRM150 gearbox, ensuring a smooth and efficient journey along the waterways.
With a total accommodation capacity of 4 berths plus 2, this widebeam boat offers a harmonious blend of functionality, style, and comfort. Whether you're looking for a permanent residence or a unique getaway, The Kraken presents an unparalleled opportunity to embrace the tranquillity of life on the water. Don't miss the chance to make this floating haven your own.
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.