Length : 56ft
Year : 1998
Hull by / Fit out by : John Skeggs, design by Peter Hopley at Acorn Engineering
Accommodation / Internal Layout : Engine Room, Master Bedroom, Bathroom, Galley, Dinette, Living Room
Engine Hours / Service History : 7558 Hours / Oil filter replaced & service August 2021
Boat Safety Certificate / Last Service : TBC
Batteries : 3 x 115ah 12v Lead acid leisure batteries, 1 x 110ah 12v Engine starter battery
Electric Supply : 240v system with shoreline main supply – 900w Victron phoenix 12 inverter 1X to AC1 – 2 x 660 PV panels & charger regulator – 1 x Sterling power pro charge battery charger
Hot Water Supply : 75 Litre 2-coil calorifier
External Covers : Windowed cratch cover, ceiling hatch cover, top box cover
Cabin Heating : 3 x radiators – 2 x Bedroom – 1 x Living room – Morso squirrel stove in living room
Central Heating Type : Webasto Thermo top-C, diesel serviced March 2021, heats radiators & Calorifier
Water Tank Capacity : 500 L approx.
Fuel Tank Capacity : 150 L
Galvanic Isolator : Yes
Gas Cylinders No & Type : 2 x 13kg propane gas bottles in front gas locker
Internal Cabin Height : 6ft 2in
Last Blacking & Type : 21/07/2021 – 2 coats of Rylex – 2 New anodes
Inspection Hatch and Location : Starboard side hatch located in galley – Ceiling Skylight hatch in galley
P/out or Cassette: : Compost
Insulation : Polystyrene
Step aboard The Sanctuary and you'll feel like you've entered a world of pure luxury and comfort. This 56ft Traditional Stern narrowboat, built in 1998 by John Skeggs, designed by Peter Hopley at Acorn Engineering, is the perfect place to unwind after a long day. Displaying a colourful and jovial exterior, she also features a vintage Francis light tunnel and iron tractor seats.
For sale at Roydon Marina Village.
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.